Greater Tulsa Reporter
The University of Tulsa Vice President and Director of Athletics Dr. Derrick Gragg introduced Philip Montgomery as the school’s 29th head football coach at a press conference on the TU campus Dec. 15.Read More
In November, the Tulsa Sports Commission announced the formation of an initiative focused on empowering women and girls through sports and fitness in the Tulsa area.Read More
The University of Tulsa and Derrick Gragg, vice president and director of athletics, announced Monday that Bill Blankenship has concluded his tenure as head coach of the Golden Hurricane football program.Read More
It was only October. Still football time. Halloween days away.
Yet around the University of Tulsa campus, and particularly in the corridors of the Reynolds Center, there were sounds of “Happy New Year.”Read More
Can it really be 50 years? A half-century?
Basketball at Oral Roberts University is indeed reaching the golden milestone.
Seems like only yesterday. Coach Bill White. The ORU Fieldhouse, aka the round house. Carl Hardaway. The junior college dominated freshman schedule of 1965-66. Oral Roberts himself.
The University of Tulsa claimed its first conference championships as a new member of the American Athletic Conference when both the men’s and women’s Golden Hurricane cross country teams won their respective championships.Read More
Professional soccer will officially return to the city of Tulsa in 2015 with the inaugural season of the Tulsa Roughnecks in the USL PRO league. Recently, the Roughnecks organization revealed that the new team will have more in common with the original Roughnecks than just a nickname. The new Roughnecks announced that David Irving, who played briefly for the original Roughnecks in 1980, has been named the new team’s head coach.Read More
The Tulsa Drillers have finalized its 2015 schedule, the first as a Los Angeles Dodgers affiliate. The Drillers will open the season on Thursday, April 9 when they host San Antonio at ONEOK Field.Read More
One of Taylor Hall’s most cherished memories is still vivid after all these years. The Tulsa Oilers had just defeated Oklahoma City 8-6 in the Myriad to win the 1992-93 Central Hockey League championship. The joy was palpable and the celebration seemed to never end.Read More
For the second consecutive year, the Tulsa Drillers have been named the Texas League’s Organization of the Year. Texas League President Tom Kayser made the announcement. The award is given annually to recognize and honor the league’s top operation.Read More
Leo Naumann, Cascia senior and varsity wrestler, spends much of his spare time training and competing in the sport of judo, with the dream of someday representing the United States in the Olympics. Naumann took a step closer to that dream this past summer by winning a gold medal at the Junior Olympics National Championships, where a first-place finish had barely eluded him the past several years.Read More
The following is a statement from Oklahoma State University President V. Burns Hargis, regarding the joint statement issued recently by the NCAA and Oklahoma State University, as well as the report of The Compliance Group concerning an inquiry into the OSU football program after Sports Illustrated published a series of stories alleging a number of serious improprieties.Read More
The NCAA and Oklahoma State University have issued a joint statement concerning an inquiry into the OSU football program after Sports Illustrated published a series of stories last year alleging a number of serious improprieties.Read More
In a sport that bespoke violence, he was a gentleman above the fray.
He was a product of an agricultural background who found fame in a community of culture.