Ride the Wave: Tulane looks for improvement, despite loss of two leading scorers

NEW ORLEANS, LA - NOVEMBER 11: Head coach Mike Dunleavy, Sr. of the Tulane Green Wave reacts during the first half of a game against the North Carolina Tar Heels at the Smoothie King Center on November 11, 2016 in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images)

Tulane men’s basketball improved from 6 wins to 14 wins last season.

Head coach Mike Dunleavy said at media day that even though the Wave lost Melvin Frazier and Cameron Reynolds, his team will be more balanced this season.

Sophomore Caleb Daniels, from St. Aug, says he will improve on his 6.4 points per game average from a year ago. Daniels said he has worked early mornings, and late nights, to lose weight and improve his game.

The Tulane men open the regular season November 11th at home against Florida State.

The women open the season at home November 8th at home against Texas Southern.