Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup outcome

Sports Writer Zach Sabel covers the conclusion of the knockout cup competition between finalists Orlando City SC and Sacramento Republic FC Major League Soccer, through Orlando City SC, has somewhat disappointingly triumphed once again in dominant fashion against the Division 2 United Soccer League’s Sacramento Republic. With a final score of 3-0 many neutral fans […]

Tulsa Cruise Past Kansas City in Home Opener

TU Men’s Soccer Wins 4-1 After a mixed bag of performances in Wisconsin last week, the 16th-ranked Golden Hurricane men returned to the fortress and proved themselves thoroughly superior to the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) in their first competitive home match of the season. While the 4-1 score line ultimately flattered Kansas City, the […]

American Athletic Conference Realignment Set For Next Year

AAC is Losing Three of its Top Contenders The American Athletic Conference, of which Tulsa is a part, has finalized its team shifting set for the beginning of the 2023-24 academic year. The conference is slated to gain six new members on the first of July next summer. Mike Aresco, the AAC’s Commissioner, announced on […]

Golden Hurricane Sports Preview

As most know, The University of Tulsa sports compete at the NCAA Division I level. Even with a smaller student body compared to most other Division I schools, Tulsa still puts up tough competition across all its sports. It is also important to know that TU wants students to attend events and support their classmates […]

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Chebet and Jepchirchir win 126th Boston Marathon

Sports editor Callie Hummel discusses the stats and stories of the winners. On Monday, April 18, runners from across the world congregated in Boston, Massachusetts, to participate in the 126th Boston Marathon. Kenyan runners Evan Chebet and Peres Jepchirchir placed first in the men’s and women’s categories, respectively. The Boston Marathon is the world’s oldest […]