1. Post Game Shootaround

One of the things Devlin Fieldhouse is famous for is the post game shootaround. The post game shootarounds feature greats such as Karl Hoefer and Jack Pontin, so stay after the game and enjoy the post game shootaround.

2. Center Floor Sign

Snap a picture with the old center floor sign at the front of Devlin Fieldhouse. The sign is a cool piece of history and presents an excellent photo op.

3. Banners

Hanging from rafters of Devlin Fieldhouse are banners celebrating the Green Waves three NCAA Tournament appearances and the best players in Green Wave history. The banners honor Tulane legends including Thompson, Arthur’s, and Reed. Check them out to remember all of the best players and teams from the Green Wave’s past.

4. Tulane-UNO Rivalry

The Tulane Green Wave and the New Orleans Privateers have an intense rivalry on the court. Bragging rights over the city of New Orleans are always on the line when the two meet, so don’t miss it when Tulane and New Orleans square off.


5. Riptide

Riptide is the Pelican mascot of Tulane Athletics, who represents the Green Wave at all major home sporting events. He pumps up the crowd at games, so look for Riptide to provide extra energy when needed to give the Green Wave as much of an edge as possible.

6. Tulane Pep Band

The Tulane Pep Band puts on an incredible performance throughout the game and keeps spirits high with their renditions of school songs including “The Hullabaloo” and “The Olive and the Blue.” Win or lose, the pep band creates an incredible in-game atmosphere, so enjoy their tunes throughout the game.

7. Team Shop

Those of you looking to pick up a souvenir from your trip to Tulane will want to stop by the team shop. Here you’ll find a wide variety of Green Wave apparel, so stop by and pick up a t-shirt or hat to commemorate your visit.

8. Tulane-LSU Rivalry

Tulane and LSU compete for the Tiger Rag on the gridiron, and things get quite heated between the two on the hardwood as well. Tulane and LSU are the two largest schools in the state of Louisiana, creating quite a rivalry between the two. Make sure to be in attendance when the Tigers come to town as you wouldn’t want to miss it.

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