A graduate transfer who scored more than 1,000 points in four seasons, Draine was the Sixth Man of the Year in Conference USA two years ago.
Teams from the ACC, Atlantic-10, Conference USA, Mountain West and the Pac-12 conferences highlight Tulsa’s 13-game nonconference schedule ann…
Five prominent individuals have pledged to raise $75,000 for the organization.
He is joining an OSU team that finished with a 21-9 record on its way to reaching the championship game in the Big 12 Tournament. The Cowboys won their first NCAA Tournament game in the round of 64 for the first time since 2009.
Pritchard, one of the top in-state players this past season, signed with the Hurricane after receiving a release from Tennessee Tech so he could attend college closer to home.
In a surprise move, Jeriah Horne is headed back to the University of Tulsa.
During a Thursday afternoon news conference at the Mabee Center, it is expected that a Paul Mills contract extension will be announced by Oral…
It was time for an expression of appreciation from OSU for Mike Boynton – just like it’s time for something comparable for Paul Mills at ORU.
Golden Eagles' March Madness uprising signals Haith, Golden Hurricane must raise their standard in response
The Hurricane stumbled late in a 77-70 defeat Thursday afternoon against 10th-seeded Tulane in the American Athletic Conference tournament first round.
After the struggles of the past two months, the University of Tulsa is looking at the American Athletic Conference tournament like a new season.
“We just didn’t finish it,” coach Frank Haith said. “We dug ourselves too big a hole in the first half.”
In apparent anticipation of Sunday’s SMU game being canceled, TU scheduled a noon Thursday meeting with Northeastern State at the Reynolds Center.
On March 8, 2012, the University of Tulsa defeated Houston 72-48 at the Reynolds Center. Jordan Clarkson (remember him?) triggered a 17-2, sec…
The interim tag has been removed from Rick Dickson’s title, making him the permanent athletic director at the University of Tulsa for a second time.
While playing all six games this month at the empty Reynolds Center, the Hurricane has lost three in a row.
The bleeding continued for the University of Tulsa on Wednesday with a third consecutive loss at the Reynolds Center that sent the Hurricane to a .500 mark on the season.
“We’re not a confident bunch right now,” coach Frank Haith said. “We’re really struggling with our confidence.”
The Hurricane has performed well at times but has been exasperating to watch at others, particularly while dropping three of its last four games.
The well-traveled Hurricane played seven of its 10 previous games on the road, prevailing in four of those.