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Tide drops third straight game

Britton Lynn

March 1, 2010

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The Alabama men’s basketball team (14-14, 4-10) fell to Ole Miss (19-9, 7-7) 76-73 Saturday at Coleman Coliseum. In the Crimson Tide’s previous meeting with the Rebels, Alabama lost 74-67 in Oxford, Miss. This is the Tide’s th...

Men’s tennis defeats Winthrop

CW Staff

March 1, 2010

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The Alabama men’s tennis team defeated Winthrop University by a score of 6-1 on a chilly Sunday night. During the doubles matches, both teams showed frustration as the matches went on. The first pairing for the Tide was senio...

Tide women’s tennis remains undefeated at home

CW Staff

March 1, 2010

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The Alabama women’s tennis team dropped just one set Sunday en route to a 7-0 win over Eastern Kentucky at the Alabama Tennis Stadium. The Crimson Tide remains undefeated on its home courts at 5-0 in 2010. Alabama had an ea...

Freshmen to fill outfield holes

Britton Lynn

February 26, 2010

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Replacing the nation’s leading hitter in home runs is not an easy task—especially for a freshman. But after left fielder Andrew Miller’s first series playing for the Crimson Tide this past weekend against South Alabama, he...

Punching his stamp

Spencer White

February 26, 2010

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Mitch Gaspard was nervous. Very nervous. It was 2 p.m. last Saturday, and the University of Alabama baseball team’s rookie head coach, a second-stint assistant for the retired Jim Wells since 2008, was about to lead the Crims...

Pitching outside of the limelight

Tony Tsoukalas

February 26, 2010

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Much of the emphasis early in the baseball season has been placed on Alabama’s powerful hitting lineup, which boasts two preseason All-Americans, Ross Wilson and Jake Smith. But it's the players who make noise with their ar...

The best of spectator sports

Spencer White

February 26, 2010

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All dozen of you who consistently read the sports section of The Crimson White are familiar with Jason Galloway’s tremendous love for Alabama gymnastics, developed over several years of covering Sarah Patterson’s fantastic pr...

Tide disappointed with performance in Puerto Rico

CW Staff

February 26, 2010

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The Alabama men’s golf team returned from the Puerto Rico Classic in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico after finishing 11th overall. The Crimson Tide finished 6-over-par 870, after carding rounds of 288 (E), 296 (+8) and 286 (-2). The...

Braud headlines deep freshman class

Laura Owens

February 26, 2010

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Kayla Braud, a freshman on the Alabama softball team, ended her 103-game hitting streak in high school only because she graduated. The hitting streak was a national record and was named the No. 1 record-breaker by ESPN RISE. Howev...

Youth dominates Tide roster

CW Staff

February 26, 2010

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With only three seniors and three juniors filling the upperclassmen cleats, the 2010 Crimson Tide softball team is filled with youth, but this group of 18 ladies isn’t lacking any of the drive or talent of a more mature team. This ...

Tide loses home finale

Laura Owens

February 26, 2010

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In its final home game, the Alabama women’s basketball team (11-17, 3-12 SEC) fell to the Mississippi State Bulldogs (18-10, 9-6 SEC) 71-47 on Thursday night, giving MSU its fifth straight win over the Crimson Tide. The f...

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