Category: Softball

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The Alabama softball team will face Georgia Southern at Chapel Hill, N.C., on Friday.

Softball team drops 3rd straight

The No. 6 Alabama softball team added another loss to the column on Wednesday night. It came at the hands of in-state rival No. 23 Auburn in a midweek game that ended 6-2 in favor of the Tigers. After a series loss to Mississippi State, including a 4-3 loss in extra innings after scoring three in the top of the […]

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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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Kaila Hunt finishes career at UA

As her career at Alabama winds down, senior infielder Kaila Hunt has a great deal of success to look back on, but it’s not the legacy she wants. Last year, she was named an NFCA second team All-American and a Capital One CoSIDA Academic All-American. The same year, Hunt led the team in home runs and RBIs, with 15 and […]

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UA softball team earns 4th SEC sweep

The No. 4 Crimson Tide softball team donned pink jerseys to promote breast cancer awareness in the Power of Pink doubleheader against Arkansas on Saturday and won both games. Alabama handed the Razorbacks a 12-1 loss in five innings to take the first game and took the second game 4-3. The series marked the Crimson Tide’s fourth SEC sweep of […]

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Alabama softball team extends winning streak to 7

The No. 4 Crimson Tide softball team had no trouble extending its winning streak to seven, handing the Razorbacks an 8-0 loss in six innings on Friday. First baseman Leona Lafaele, who went 3-3 with three RBIs and hit the first triple of her career, said she attributes much of her success to her teammates. “Everybody was doing their job tonight, […]

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