Sports

Quarterback Justice Hansen to transfer from Oklahoma

 

Oklahoma will start fall drills with only three scholarship quarterbacks as redshirt freshman Justice Hansen announced last week that he would transfer to another school to get a better chance to play. Hansen was probably going to be the fourth option in OU’s quarterback race behind Trevor Knight, Baker Mayfield and Cody Thomas – who […]

Tulane added to OU future slates

 

Oklahoma and Tulane have agreed on a three-game football series that will be the first meeting of the two schools. The series begins on Sept. 16, 2017, when the Green Wave visits Norman. The Sooners will play in Tulane’s Yulman Stadium in 2021 before the Green Wave return to Norman in 2024. The dates of […]

Allen makes NBA defensive team

 

Former Oklahoma State basketball player Tony Allen of the Memphis Grizzlies was named to the NBA first-team all-defense team. Allen got 207 points and 88 first-team votes from a panel of 129 sportswriters and broadcasters throughout the United States and Canada, with both of those totals leading all guards in the NBA. This is the […]

OSU golf tourney benefits charity

 

The inaugural OSU Coaches vs. Cancer Longest Day of Golf event surpassed expectations, raising $61,000 for the American Cancer Society. One hundred celebrity and amateur players hit the links at the Stillwater Golf and Country club for the first year of the golf tournament. Children affected by cancer and their families filled the gallery to […]

TU homecoming against Memphis

 

The University of Tulsa’s 2015 Homecoming Game against the Memphis Tigers, will be October 23 at 7 p.m. from H.A. Chapman Stadium. The Tulsa-Memphis game will be aired on ESPN. Tulsa’s regular season finale at Tulane in New Orleans, Louisiana, has been moved from Nov. 28 to Friday, Nov. 27. The game time and the […]

OSU will host baseball regional; ORU wins its tourney

    

Oklahoma State (37-18) will play St. John’s (39-14) on Friday at 6 p.m. and ORU (41-14 will face Arkansas (35-22)  at noon Friday in Stillwater in the first round of the 2015 NCAA Baseball Championship. Oklahoma State is host to an NCAA Tournament Regional for the second consecutive season. Regional winners advance to the best-of-three […]

89-year-old Marques Haynes passes

 

Legendary Harlem Globetrotter Marques Haynes – considered by many to be the greatest basketball dribbler of all-time – died of natural causes last week in Plano, Texas, at the age of 89.  He passed away peacefully with family and friends in his presence. In a four-decade career, Haynes played in more than 12,000 games, traveled […]

TU basketball conference schedule

 

The American Athletic Conference announced the basketball conference opponents for the 2015-16 season, and Tulsa will play eight opponents twice, including defending champion SMU, UConn, Cincinnati and Temple. American Athletic Conference teams play an 18-game league schedule with each team playing eight of its 10 opponents twice and the other two opponents once each, one […]

TU helmet in College Football HOF

 

A University of Tulsa throwback football helmet that was worn in the 2011 season will be displayed as part of a new exhibit at The College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience in Atlanta, Georgia. “The Alternate Helmet — Modern Styles” in the Specialty Exhibit Delivered by UPS, which opened to the public […]

Youth Rowers perform well at district competition

 

On May 2-3, the Tulsa Youth Rowing Association competed at the U.S. Rowing Central District Youth Rowing Championships in Oklahoma City. Rose Stewart-Maddox (Booker T. Washington High School) rowed to a silver medal place in the girls under-17-single competition.  The club also won the bronze medal in the boys’ lightweight fours and earned an invitation […]