Tulane Green Wave Basketball Schedule
Each year as the college basketball season really begins to heat up there
is no better place to be than in Devlin Fieldhouse, the New Orleans, Louisiana home of the Tulane Green Wave. Last season
the Green Wave went 8-8 in their final season of Conference USA play and lost to Princeton in the first round of the CBI Tournament.
This year Tulane is moving to the American Athletic Conference and will be reunited with some old rivals as they look to make
a return to the NCAA Tournament by scoring some big wins during the conference regular season and making their way to the
top of the conference standings.
The American Athletic Conference has already proven to be one of the best conferences
in all of college basketball so the Tulane Green Wave faces a daunting task while making their way through the conference
regular season going up against the likes of UCONN, Memphis, SMU, Cincinnati, Tulsa, Temple, and more. The Green Wave appear
to have the right mixture of talent and experience to pull of some big upsets in order to build up a strong enough resume
to hear their name called on Selection Sunday in March. The Green Wave will need all the help they can get from their home
crowd at Devlin Fieldhouse if they are to be successful in their move to the top of the American Athletic Conference. Be sure
to get your tickets to see the Green Wave at home from StubHub as soon as possible because they always sell out quickly.
Tulane Green Wave Basketball History
The Tulane Green Wave have been playing college basketball since 1905 and
have made three tips to the NCAA Tournament, all of the in the 1990's. After spending years in Conference USA Tulane is moving
to the American Athletic Conference and they will be hoping to establish themselves as a serious contender for the conference
title. This is the start of an exciting new era for the Tulane Green Wave and you will want to be there in Devlin Fieldhouse
to cheer them on right from the start.
Tulane Green Wave Basketball Conference
The Tulane Green Wave play
in the newly formed American Athletic Conference which is also now the home of a few former Big East schools including the
University of Connecticut and South Florida. The Big East has been in a tumultuous state for many years, with clashes between
programs that had football programs and those that did not. The newly formed American Athletic Conference boasts schools from
Texas to Florida and all the way to Connecticut. The dynamic conference has proven to be one of the best in men's college
basketball since forming last year, with teams like Cincinnati and UCONN as perennial contenders. Cincinnati is the defending
American Athletic Conference regular season champion, but the UCONN Huskies won the National Championship in 2014, bringing
a National Championship to the conference during its first year of existence. Although it is only one year old there have
already been changes in the American Athletic Conference, with the departure of Louisville and Rutgers and the addition of
Tulsa and Tulane. With the American Athletic Conference shakeup, things may look a little different on the college basketball
landscape, but no matter which conference they are in, the Tulane Green Wave are a team with a storied legacy that continues
to find success. Expect big things to happen in the American Athletic Conference in the years to come as new rivalries are
established and it continues to prove itself as one of the premiere college hoops conferences in the country.
Attending a top college basketball game is one of the best experiences to be found in sports. Many of the
top student athletes in the world take the court in college basketball, when this is combined with some of the most passionate
fans in all of sports there is an atmosphere in the arena that cannot be found anywhere else. When you set foot in Devlin
Fieldhouse for a Tulane Green Wave home basketball game this will all be clear. As the teams set up for opening jump ball
the fans get on their feet and loudly cheer for their alma mater and hometown favorites. The game continues full of end to
end action, big time shots, and clutch defensive stops. All of a sudden the clock is winding down in the second half and the
two sides are wrapped up in yet another tight contest. Your palms get sweaty with each trip down the floor and each time a
player from your favorite team lets loose a shot you hold your breath until the ball tickles the twine. This continues until
the final buzzer when the Green Wave's side erupts after another big win and their fans exit of the arena in jubilation. The
moment you leave Devlin Fieldhouse you will want to immediately start planning your next trip to the venue to cheer on the
Four former Green Wave players have gone on to play in the NBA: Hot Rod Williams, Linton
Johnson, Paul Thompson, and Jerald Honeycutt.