Category Archives: Sports

TU, Brewer run over Ragin’ Cajuns

Tulsa University Football today is on a trip to Ohio to face the Toledo Rockets, but for much of the first half of last Saturday’s game between the TU Golden Hurricane and the Louisville Ragin’ Cajuns, they traded scores so often most wondered if the winner was going to be whoever had the ball last.  Continue reading

TU football character on display

One of the great things in rejecting bad behavior by the National Football League (NFL) is greater time available for quality college ball. Both Oklahoma (OU) and Oklahoma State (OSU) this season have squads capable of competing at the highest level, but don’t forget Tulsa (TU) plays great ball as the smallest (enrollment) university playing Division One football.

It is not just strength, skills and teamwork that Tulsa Coach Montgomery instills – it is heart and character that shows on the field and in community most recently helping Hurricane Harvey victims.   Continue reading

Roughnecks on a roll

Just LIKe that, the Tulsa Roughnecks FC are back in winning form.

After a tepid performance in June the Roughnecks have rallied to an unbeaten record in their last four matches, with a total of three wins and a draw.  After stunning Real Monarchs SLC 2-nil at the home grounds at ONEOK Field, the Roughnecks handed a 2-1 loss to arch-rival OKC Energy FC on their home pitch.  Continue reading

Roughnecks “wrench” OKC Energy

Collin Fernandez races down field on Saturday evening in OKC. Photo credit: Lori Scholl

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK—When the Tulsa Roughnecks FC entered the USL in 2015 they became instant rivals with the OKC Energy FC, continuing an in-state rivalry that has existed across several different sports through the years.

Symbolic of the rivalry and the de facto Black Gold Derby “tournament” a large pipe wrench awarded to the winner of each game played between the two teams, and on Saturday evening on their rivals home pitch at Taft Stadium in Oklahoma City the Roughnecks reclaimed the wrench by posting a 2-1 victory over the Energy. Continue reading

Offense lead Drillers to victory

Quincy Latimore hit his first home run as a Tulsa Driller Wednesday night at ONEOK Field. (Matt Christensen)

Entering this season, outfielder Quincy Latimore had hit 81 home runs at the Double-A level during his minor league career, but the 28-year-old had been held without a homer in his first 26 games with the Drillers. That drought ended Wednesday night at ONEOK Field in the first game of a three-game series with Frisco. Latimore broke a sixth-inning tie with a three-run shot that propelled Tulsa to an eventual 12-3 victory.  Continue reading