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Tulsa Golden Hurricane Sports Weekly Review


Nov. 21, 2011

Student-Athlete of the Week
Week of November 14 - 20
Senior linebacker Alan Dock (Football) graduated in August with a 3.63 grade-point average in business. He is working towards his master's degree in accountancy. The Giddings, Texas, native tallied five tackles last week to help lead Tulsa to a 57-28 victory at UTEP. The win over the Miners gave TU a 7-0 record in league play. Dock has started all 11 games this season and is fourth on the team with 59 tackles. He also has two interceptions this year.

Last Week's Results
MEN'S BASKETBALL (3-2, 0-0 C-USA)
Defeated Western Kentucky 65-49
(TU opened the Charleston Classic with a solid victory over Western Kentucky. Sophomore center Kodi Maduka had a career day with 16 points on 7-of-8 shooting. He also had seven rebounds and seven blocks. Sophomore guard Jordan Clarkson and junior guard Scottie Haralson both had nine points, and senior center Steven Idlet added eight points and seven rebounds. Senior forward D.J. Magley came off the bench to contribute six points and 12 rebounds. TU outrebounded WKU 49-38, and TU shot 41 percent while holding the Hilltoppers to 27 percent.)

Lost to Northwestern 69-65 (The Golden Hurricane fell in the semifinals of the Charleston Classic in one of the most thrilling matchups in the tournament. Clarkson led the way with 16 points, while Idlet and Magley combined for 25 points. TU dominated the glass, outrebounding the Wildcats 41-30. Tulsa also outshot Northwestern 44 percent to 37 percent.)

Lost to St. Joe's 79-75 (Haralson drained six three's and shot 9-for-15 from the field in scoring 24 points in the third-place game of the Charleston Classic. Clarkson was 7 of 13 and added 19 points, while Idlet tallied 12 points and nine rebounds. Tulsa was held to 46 percent shooting, while Saint Joseph's shot 59 percent from the field and made 7 of 8 from three-point territory. TU outrebounded Saint Joseph's 31-28.)

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL (0-3, 0-0 C-USA)
Lost to BYU 64-61
(Sophomore guard Taylor Hooker led Tulsa with 16 points, and she also contributed four rebounds and three steals in a team-high 36 minutes. Tulsa trailed the majority of the game, but rallied to a 61-61 tie with 10 seconds to play before giving up a game-winning bucket. Junior guard Taleya Mayberry added 11 points, six rebounds and five assists. TU was outrebounded 41-38, and the Golden Hurricane shot 38 percent from the field and 65 percent from the free-throw line.)

Lost at Colorado State 87-68 (TU had four players score in double figures, led by Mayberry's 17. Hooker and junior guard Jessica McQuin posted 11 points, and senior forward Chanice Scott added 10 points. TU was outrebounded 40-29, and the Golden Hurricane shot 36 percent from the field and 68 percent from the line. TU only had 12 turnovers.)

FOOTBALL (8-3, 7-0 C-USA) Ranked No. 27 in the nation
Won at UTEP 57-28
(Tulsa racked up 500 yards of offense and snapped a three-game losing skid in El Paso in a big way. TU held a 50-15 lead before coasting to the 57-28 final. Senior quarterback G.J. Kinne completed 21-of-27 passes for 300 yards and three touchdowns, while senior tight end Clay Sears caught seven passes for 93 yards. Sophomore running back Ja'Terian Douglas had 92 yards rushing and a score, and sophomore running back Trey Watts racked up a career-high 254 all-purpose yards. Watts scored on a 94-yard kickoff return and a 53-yard reception. Sophomore linebacker Shawn Jackson recorded a pick-six, and senior linebacker Curnelius Arnick tallied 14 tackles. Senior defensive end Tyrunn Walker had a career-high three sacks.)

VOLLEYBALL (27-5, 18-1 C-USA) Ranked No. 28 in the nation
Defeated UCF 3-0 (25-15, 25-17, 25-19)
(Sophomore outside hitter Kellie Culbertson led Tulsa to a sweep over the visiting Knights. She had a double-double with 12 kills and 10 digs, while junior outside hitter Tyler Henderson and freshman middle blocker Carly Boatwright had nine kills. Junior libero Jessica Adams recorded 14 digs, while junior outside Diana Silva tallied 12 digs and six kills. Freshman setter Bailey Clampitt and junior setter Jordan Clampitt combined for 41 assists. TU hit .365 to .118 for UCF.)

Defeated UTEP 3-0 (25-15, 25-19, 25-18) (Henderson powered the TU offense with 17 kills as the Golden Hurricane swept UTEP on Senior Day. Culbertson recorded 11 kills and nine digs, while Silva and Adams combined for 32 digs. Jordan Clampitt tallied 28 assists, while sister Bailey dished out 16 helpers. Tulsa recorded a .309 hitting percentage, and UTEP was held to a .121 percentage.)

Upcoming Schedule
Nov. 21 (Mon.)	Cross Country	at NCAA Championship (Terre Haute, Ind.)	11 am

Nov. 22 (Tues.) M. Basketball at Jackson State 7 pm

Nov. 23 (Wed.) W. Basketball Arkansas State 7 pm

Nov. 25 (Fri.) Football No. 7 Houston* 11 am

Nov. 26 (Sat.) Volleyball at SMU* 2 pm M. Basketball at Missouri State 7:05 pm

* = Conference USA event

Tulsa Student-Athlete of the Week Winners August 29 - Katie Bykowski (Women's Soccer) September 5 - Jake Dobkins (Men's Soccer) September 12 - G.J. Kinne (Football) September 19 - Jessica Adams (Volleyball) September 26 - Diana Silva (Volleyball) October 3 - Trent Dupy (Football) October 10 - Claire Hulcer (Women's Soccer) October 17 - Carl Stones (Cross Country) October 24 - John Young Kim (Men's Golf) October 31 - Samantha Vickers (Women's Tennis) November 7 - Abigail Gorman (Rowing) November 14 - Paula Whiting (Cross Country) November 21 - Alan Dock (Football)