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Sarah DeMeo, Diandra Milliner and Kim Jacob will compete in the final meets of this weekend.

Curtain Call

The Alabama gymnastics team will send its seniors out on the biggest stage of all when it competes for the program’s seventh national championship this weekend in Birmingham. The meet this weekend marks the end of the road for the team’s seniors, a group Alabama coach Sarah Patterson said is one of the most outstanding she’s coached in her illustrious […]

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Alabama offense explodes in late 8-1 win

The No. 8 Alabama baseball team played a tight game against the Jackson State Tigers on Tuesday night, until the Crimson Tide’s offense exploded to break a 1-1 tie in the seventh inning. Alabama scored seven runs that inning and won the game 8-1. “We got going in the seventh inning, obviously a huge grand slam by Ben Moore,” said […]

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Tide softball team travels to Montgomery

The Alabama softball team didn’t have Auburn on its 2014 schedule, originally. The rivals weren’t supposed to meet due to the rotating SEC schedule. So when Alabama and Auburn weren’t slated to play each other, Alabama coach Patrick Murphy called then-Auburn coach Tina Deese about scheduling an out-of-conference game. She agreed, but it still wasn’t set in stone. Clint Myers […]

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UA track and field team climbs ranks

The Alabama track and field team looks to continue its success as it travels to the Golden State to contend in the Mt. SAC Relays this weekend. This week, the men’s team jumped two spots in the USTFCCCA rankings to No. 7, a program best. The Crimson Tide has found an extra burst of confidence after picking up 14 event […]

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Women’s tennis team reaches program firsts

All the right factors needed to fall into place over the weekend: Vanderbilt had to lose, and Alabama had to win out. Both happened, and the No. 3 Alabama women’s tennis team clinched sole possession of its first SEC regular season title Sunday. The No. 3 ranking now is the highest ranking in program history. “Roll Tide. It’s been a […]

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