Tulane Media Day Recap: Depth, Filling Lost Production and Defense

NEW ORLEANS, L.A. — After two weeks of preseason practice, Tulane Basketball held their annual Media Day at Avron B. Fogelman Arena in the Devlin Fieldhouse. Head Coach Mike Dunlevy took the podium to address members of the New Orleans media and answer questions. Tulane forward Samir Sehic and guard Caleb Daniels were also available to take questions after Coach Dunleavy’s time at the podium.

Tulane Media Day did not include an open practice for members of the New Orleans media, but there was still a lot for Tulane Head Coach Mike Dunleavy to talk about in regards to the previous and upcoming season. The topics included team depth, replacing Melvin Frazier Jr. and Cameron Reynolds, potential candidates for Tulane’s

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Tulane Falls to LSU in a Major Sport for the First Time in 1,064 Days

It had been 1,064 days since LSU had beaten Tulane in football, basketball, or baseball. That was until Wednesday, March 21st.

LSU freshman A.J. Labas was a bit wild at the beginning of the first start of his career, hitting the first two Tulane batters of the game, but he settled down and Tulane could not cash in on the golden opportunity. Tulane did strike first, however, knocking Labas around for four runs on four hits by Acy Owen, Grant Witherspoon, Kody Hoese, and David Bedgood in the top of the third. Unfortunately for the Green Wave, it would be all they would get for the rest of the game.

LSU chipped away at the lead by scoring one run …

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