Category: Sports

Alabama soccer team looks to build off spring season games

After losing 1-0 to Auburn to end the fall season, the Alabama women’s soccer team went into the winter off-season with a plan. Although the team didn’t expect to undergo as many staff and roster changes as it did, coach Todd Bramble said he was impressed by what he saw. “At times I think we managed to own the games […]

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Men’s tennis team enters SEC Tournament as 10-seed

After a busy final home weekend, the Alabama men’s tennis team (14-14, 4-8 SEC) will enter the SEC Tournament as the No. 10 seed Thursday at noon in Nashville. The Crimson Tide will open play against seventh seeded South Carolina. The two teams previously met March 21, when Alabama was outlasted by the Gamecocks and fell 4-3. (See also “Men’s […]

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Baseball team looks to continue recent success

The Crimson Tide continued its late-inning dramatics this season with a walk-off double from freshman Casey Hughston in a series-clinching 4-3 victory over Auburn at Sewell-Thomas Stadium on Sunday. It was the fifth time this season Alabama has won a game on the final at bat after Wade Wass, Mikey White and Hunter Webb did it earlier this season. All […]

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Water polo club teams sees growth

In the South, especially at The University of Alabama, few people know much about the sport of water polo. Freshman Nathan Neglio described the game as a mix between basketball, wrestling and soccer, where you tread water for the duration of the game, trying to score as many points as possible. Despite having little knowledge of the sport, seniors Sean […]

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Crimson Tide looks to revamp defensive line

Crimson Tide looks to revamp defensive line

For any number of reasons, Alabama lost its way in 2013. Could it have stemmed from a lack of maturity? Or did complacency simply settle in during perhaps the most notorious two-game stretch of Nick Saban’s Alabama coaching career, one where the Crimson Tide suffered back-to-back losses against Auburn and Oklahoma to end the season? Or maybe it was at […]

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