Posted January 21, 2012 on
Shawnee (Medford, NJ) offensive lineman Bobby Bradley is committed to the Tulane Green Wave, and he took his official visit to New Orleans last weekend.
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Tulane added three new commitments today from local stars, including McMain running back Joshua Rounds. Read further as Rounds explains why decided to go with the Green Wave.
Trinity Presbyterian athlete Fudge Van Hooser is the "senior statesman" among Tulane Green Wave commitments. Van Hooser pledged his services to Tulane in mid-2010 and has remained solid throughout.
McDonogh #35 WR Kedrick Banks committed to the Tulane Green Wave this morning.
With her team trailing by five with 10:53 left to play, Green Wave head coach Lisa Stockton sent out four rookies - Danielle Blagg, Tiffany Dale, Adesuwa Ebomwonyi and Jamie Kaplan - along with junior Tyria Snow. Less than three minutes later, the Green Wave went ahead 48-47 on a Kaplan jumper and never trailed again as the Tulane University women's basketball team defeated Conference...
It was a successful opening day for the Tulane track and field program at the Cherry and Silver Invitational hosted by the University of New Mexico at the Albuquerque Convention Center. The Green Wave competed in three of the six events and grabbed a pair of top ten finishes, including a fifth place showing by Jamie Riles in the 200 meter.
Ricky Tarrant's game-high 22 points, including six free throws in the final minute of the game, guided the Tulane men's basketball to a 66-58 victory over UTEP on Saturday night in Fogelman Arena.
Freshman Ricky Tarrant scored 22 points, including a crucial three-point play with 1:09 remaining, as Tulane won its first C-USA game of the season on Saturday.