9
Weather Alerts
Areal Flood Advisory issued September 2 at 8:52AM CDT expiring September 2 at 10:15AM CDT in effect for: Adair, Cherokee, Creek, McIntosh, Muskogee, Okfuskee, Okmulgee, Sequoyah, Wagoner
Flash Flood Warning issued September 2 at 3:59AM CDT expiring September 2 at 9:45AM CDT in effect for: Montgomery
Areal Flood Advisory issued September 2 at 7:46AM CDT expiring September 2 at 9:15AM CDT in effect for: Creek, Muskogee, Okmulgee, Osage, Rogers, Tulsa, Wagoner
Areal Flood Warning issued September 2 at 7:27AM CDT expiring September 2 at 12:30PM CDT in effect for: Craig, Nowata, Ottawa
Flash Flood Watch issued September 2 at 3:45AM CDT expiring September 2 at 1:00PM CDT in effect for: Craig, Nowata, Osage, Ottawa, Washington
Flash Flood Watch issued September 2 at 3:09AM CDT expiring September 2 at 11:00AM CDT in effect for: Chautauqua, Elk, Labette, Montgomery, Neosho, Wilson
Areal Flood Warning issued September 2 at 2:10AM CDT expiring September 2 at 10:15AM CDT in effect for: Labette
Areal Flood Warning issued September 2 at 1:19AM CDT expiring September 2 at 1:15PM CDT in effect for: Montgomery
Areal Flood Warning issued September 1 at 9:48PM CDT expiring September 2 at 9:45AM CDT in effect for: Labette

Tulsa trounces LSU-Shreveport, 110-54

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — James Woodard scored 28 points in 20 minutes and Tulsa got off to a rousing start in Danny Manning 's first game as coach, beating LSU-Shreveport 110-54 Sunday.

Woodard hit 9 of 12 shots from the field, including 5 of 6 from 3-point range, and was good on all five of his free-throw attempts. Scottie Haralson added 14 points for the Golden Hurricane, D'Andre Wright had 12 and Rashad Ray had 11 points and six assists.

Jake Greene had 17 points for LSU-Shreveport, an NAIA school . Mark Politte and Rodney Milum added 10 each.

Tulsa used runs of 12-0 and 16-0 en route to a 60-25 halftime lead. The Golden Hurricane were 13 for 26 on 3-point shots and converted 25 of 30 free-throw attempts.

Manning, a member of Kansas' NCAA championship team in 1988, is the eighth all-time leading scorer in NCAA history and a two-time NBA All-Star.

Print this article Back to Top

Comments