Tulane 43 23 66
Tulsa 23 55 78
Date of game: 3/2/2013

Recap: Tulsa vs. Tulane

Tulsa, OK (Sports Network) - Scottie Haralson scored 16 points, leading four players in double figures, as the Tulsa Golden Hurricane posted a 78-66 win over the Tulane Green Wave in Conference USA action at the Reynolds Center.

Pat Swilling, Rashad Ray and James Woodard all added 12 points for the Golden Hurricane (15-13, 7-7 CUSA), the latter also pulling down eight rebounds as the squad snapped a two-game slide.

The Green Wave (18-11, 6-8) was paced by Josh Davis and Ricky Tarrant with 16 points apiece and Jordan Callahan 11 off the bench before he fouled out in the team's second straight setback.

Tulane, which shot just 34.4 percent from the floor in the first half, used a 9-0 scoring run in the frame to assume a 19-point lead with about eight minutes remaining before claiming a 43-23 advantage at the break. The visitors made good on all but one of their 17 free-throw attempts in the period.

Tulsa, which shot only 25 percent from the field over the first 20 minutes of action, turned it around in the second half with a stellar 59.3 percent accuracy, while the Green Wave made a total of only seven field goals in the period.

The hosts held a 45-34 rebounding advantage and limited Tulane to just 30.0 percent shooting from the field overall.

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