Sophomore Josh Bates allowed one hit and one run over seven innings, and the Green Wave scored nine runs in a row after spotting the Cardinals a 1-0 lead.
Zhang, who scored a season-high 25 in the first meeting with Memphis, is in a prolonged shooting slump entering Wednesday's 6 p.m. start on ESPNU.
After sweeping George Washington on opening weekend, the Tulane baseball team credited its camaraderie for the fast start. The Wave host Lamar at Turchin Stadium on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.
Freshman outfielder Hudson Haskin scored the tying run in Tulane's win against George Washington on Friday and the winning run against the Colonials on Saturday, both as a pinch-runner in the ninth inning.
Krishna Raj entered in the eighth and allowed one hit the rest of the way as the Green Wave rallied to win in dramatic, strange fashion for the second straight day.
Memphis dominated Tulane in the middle for two quarters then held off the Green Wave at the end in taking a 65-59 American Athletic Conference victory Saturday at Fogelman Arena.
The play of freshman point guard Erin Gutierrez was a big development in Tulane's women's basketball team's big win against Central Florida on Wednesday night.
Coming off an excruciating 1-point home loss to Nicholls State, the UNO men's basketball team has had a week to get ready for Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Saturday at Lakefront Arena.
Tulane women's basketball coach Lisa Stockton went to a new lineup with freshman point guard Erin Gutierrez and senior wing Tatyana Lofton as starters in an effort to get more scoring.
Drafted No. 35 overall by the Orlando Magic last June after a breakout junior year, Frazier scored for the second straight game when the Magic blew out the Pelicans on Tuesday night in his return to New Orleans.
In Tulane's women's basketball team's home loss to South Florida on Feb. 6, Green Wave leading scorer Krystal Freeman was held to nine points on 4-of-16 shooting, her worst performance of the season.
While Tulane ranked last in the AAC in pitching for the second straight year in 2018, its hitting was in the middle of the pack and should be better this season with the return of almost every starter.
Four games ago, with Tulane's women's basketball team struggling with its shooting, senior guard Tatyana Lofton was thrust into the starting lineup.
Invisible for a long stretch in December and January, freshman Moses Wood has become one of the most productive members of the Tulane men's basketball team.
The Green Wave is counting on new pitching coach and all-time saves leader Daniel Latham to help them reach a regional after two lost seasons when the pitchers could not find the plate.
The game between two of the three 2018 AAC West co-champions, highlighting the Green Wave's schedule, will take place Sept. 19 on a Thursday night at Yulman Stadium and will be televised by ESPN.
Despite an anticlimactic Wednesday, Tulane football coach Wille Fritz said he was happy with his latest signing class.
Dynah Jones was in the Tulane women's basketball team's opening-day lineup, the first freshman to begin the season as a starter since 2013.
After signing 19 players in December and getting two key grad transfers for January, Tulane added two more players this week in what is shaping up to be a quiet February signing day.
In Tulane's women's basketball team's one-point win at Memphis on Wednesday, forward Krystal Freeman had 10 rebounds and 16 points, including a buzzer-beating putback that sent the game into overtime.
The Green Wave men's hoops team, which frittered away opportunities on Thursday night while falling to 0-8 in the American Athletic Conference, will face Temple at home less than 48 hours later.
The Green Wave qualified for the ITA National Team Indoors for the first time in program history last weekend, zooming up to a post-Katrina high of 17 in the national rankings as it seeks its fourth consecutive dual-match win against LSU on Friday.
Daniels, a St. Aug. product, is averaging a team-best 15.2 points for the Green Wave, which travels to East Carolina in the hope of ending a nine-game losing streak.
After consecutive losses to powerhouse Connecticut and at South Florida by a combined 69 points, Tulane's women's basketball team had six days to work on things.
The Green Wave trailed Central Florida by as many as 34 points on Wednesday night at home, losing 75-50 to fall to 4-14. Earlier in the day, though, top-100 national recruit Elijah Wood committed for the 2020-21 season.
The Green has fixed the rebounding and turnover issues that bothered it earlier in the year, but its inability to make shots has kept it winless in the American Athletic Conference.
Sierra Cheatham has been Tulane's women's basketball team's best outside threat this season, shooting 40.1 percent on 3-point attempts heading into this week.
Tulane freshman guard Connor Crabtree had a rough time in his first career start against Memphis on Sunday, heading to the bench after picking up two quick fouls, missing what would have been a go-ahead 3-pointer with 1:59 left and finishing 1 of …
Tulane entered Wednesday night's against No. 2 Connecticut hoping its defense, depth and diversity could enable it to compete.
In an attempt to get Tulane out of its rut, men's basketball coach Mike Dunleavy has changed his entire philosophy on practice, emphasizing box-out and other toughness drills.
Consistently good defense has spurred the Tulane women's basketball team to a four-game winning streak, coach Lisa Stockton said, adding, “We've also shot the ball well.”
Looking ahead to next season, Tulane football coach Willie Fritz said new offensive coordinator Will Hall would diversify what had been a rudimentary passing game.
Playing with excellent intensity in the second half, Tulane gave itself a chance to beat SMU but could not overcome a horrendous shooting night while losing its fourth in a row.
Tulane's women's basketball team will tip off its 2019 American Athletic Conference season Saturday looking to bounce back from going 5-11 last season, its worst record since joining the conference in the 2014-15 season.
Touted Tulane freshman forward Kevin Zhang has not lived up to the promise of a sparkling debut, but he can give the reeling Green Wave a spark if he returns to that early form as he gets past an elbow injury.
Because of rainy weather Thursday, Sierra Cheatham endured more than eight hours travel time to join her Tulane teammates for the Miami Holiday Classic tournament.