Greater Tulsa Reporter
As a participant in the inaugural schoolboy basketball Tournament of Champions, Cedric Cudjoe would have been justified if he had been a little bedazzled by the competition.Read More
A tennis renaissance has bloomed at LaFortune Park in Tulsa. With the completion of the Case Tennis Center, dreams have come true and created what those in the know say is the finest public tennis facility in the United States.Read More
The people, places, teams and events that make metropolitan Tulsa unique are featured in the first comprehensive eBook about this area’s contributions in entertainment, athletics, industry, education, religion and the American way of life.Read More
Six towering figures in Oklahoma golf history were inducted into the Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame Oct. 25. The ceremony took place at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City.Read More
Former University of Tulsa head football coach John Cooper, who went on to be the head coach at Arizona State and Ohio State, has been named the recipient of the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) 2016 Amos Alonzo Stagg Award.Read More
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College boasts an illustrious legacy of athletics supremacy.
There are the six national championships in football. There are national championships in basketball and wrestling.Read More
The Big 12 Conference has selected Tulsa to host the 2017 and 2018 Big 12 Wrestling Championship. The event will be hosted at the BOK Center, March 4-5, 2017 and March 3-4, 2018.Read More
His icy glare can penetrate the soul and strike fear in the hearts of most tough guys roaming free in the ECHL. His demeanor can intimidate even the bravest warriors on ice. But despite bashing baddies and using his physical presence to control the game, Nathan Lutz is no monster. Far from it. There is still a softer, gentler side to the Tulsa Oilers defenseman, captain and bellwether.Read More
The Williams Route 66 Marathon celebrates its 10th anniversary this year with a weekend full of events for all ages and skill levels, Nov. 20-22.Read More
One gem the University of Tulsa has on its athletic staff can be found in Mike Fanning.
Fanning, who has been on the TU staff for more than six years, grew up in Tulsa and had a standout football career at Notre Dame and in the NFL. People would be amazed with the connections he has. This guy has roomed with people who went on to become actors.Read More
The sport of hockey and the Tulsa Oilers organization lost one of its biggest advocates and closest friends recently with the passing of Ray Miron at the age of 92.Read More
Basketball stars Michael Ruffin and Jillian Robbins, 1991 Freedom Bowl quarterback T.J. Rubley and legendary football coach Elmer “Gloomy Gus” Henderson were announced recently as The University of Tulsa’s Athletic Hall of Fame Class for 2015.Read More
Editor’s Note: Terrell Lester enjoyed an award-winning career as a sports writer and columnist for the Tulsa World. This article is his remembrance of the Tulsa Challenge tennis event in 1985.
It was stretching on into the afternoon, a comfortable Sunday afternoon in July 1985.
Once it was an autumn exercise. Three months of Friday night and Saturday afternoon football confrontations.
High schools and colleges dominated the sporting calendar from September to October to November.Read More
There is a memory of fiery Tulsa Oilers defenseman Tom Karalis that stands out after all these years. Following the Oilers’ victory over Oklahoma City in game two of the 1993 Central Hockey League championship series, Karalis and his teammates were making their way through the open tunnel toward The Myriad locker room.Read More