Category: Track & Field

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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Track and field team earns 14 wins in meet

Coming off 18 wins in the Crimson Invitational, The University of Alabama track and field team recorded 14 wins against various teams from the state of Mississippi Friday night in the first annual Border Clash meet. The Border Clash, created by Alabama coach Dan Waters, is a cooperative team scoring meet in which several Alabama schools, including Auburn and Samford, […]

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UA hosts 1st Border Clash meet

UA hosts 1st Border Clash meet

The University of Alabama track and field team will host the first Border Clash meet Friday at the Sam Bailey Track and Field Stadium. The meet will feature a total of six teams from Alabama and Mississippi, including Auburn, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Samford and Southern Miss. “It came about as an idea that I had to increase interest in […]

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Alabama claims multiple victories at home

Alabama claims multiple victories at home

The University of Alabama track and field team won 18 events at the Crimson Tide Invitational at the Sam Bailey Track and Field Stadium on Saturday. The men took 11 victories, winning the meet with an overall team score of 165 points. The women had seven wins and 125 points to earn the second place. The all-day event hosted teams […]

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Crimson Tide hosts invitational track meet

Crimson Tide hosts invitational track meet

The University of Alabama track and field team will look to improve upon its recent success as it hosts the Crimson Tide Invite this Saturday. “We’re looking for continued improvement from everyone, for everyone to take the proper competitive mentality into the meet and for each athlete to be able to say, at the end of the day, they didn’t […]

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