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Tide prepares for Auburn

Britton Lynn

April 13, 2010

After finishing with a win against No. 55 Mississippi State 4-3 in Starkville, Miss., the Crimson Tide fell short the following Sunday against No. 17 Ole Miss. Today, the No. 29 Alabama tennis team will travel to Birmingham to play a...

Robby Green to miss 2010 season

CW Staff

April 11, 2010

Alabama junior defensive back Robby Green has been declared ineligible to participate for the 2010 season by the NCAA. Green will be eligible for practice and will remain on scholarship during the suspension. “Even though we...

Tide holds second spring scrimmage

Spencer White

April 11, 2010

With a week left until the conclusion of spring practice at the annual A-Day game, the Alabama Crimson Tide held its second scrimmage of the spring Saturday at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Head coach Nick Saban said he was pleased w...

Alabama wins the NCAA Regional, advances to championship

CW Staff

April 11, 2010

LEXINGTON, Ky. – The Alabama Gymnastics team won the NCAA Central Regional Championship with a 197.4 in Memorial Coliseum Saturday night, finishing more than a point ahead of second-place Nebraska’s 195.875. “It never get...

Tide blows out Northwestern

Cyrus Ntakirutinka

April 11, 2010

The No. 6 Alabama softball team extended its winning streak to seven games on Sunday with an 11-1 win over Northwestern University. The win completed a clean sweep in the two-game series for the Crimson Tide after Alabama beat th...

Tide duo shines in loss to Ole Miss

Tony Tsoukalas

April 11, 2010

The Alabama women’s tennis team fell to No. 18 Ole Miss 4-1 on Sunday. The loss places the Tide at 9-11, 2-8 SEC for the season. “They are a talented team. We knew it was going to be a fight either way,” said sophomore...

Kelton shines in first year as starter

Tony Tsoukalas

April 7, 2010

As a red-shirted freshman last year, Alabama designated hitter Jon Kelton appeared in only 15 games. This season, Kelton has not only become a regular starter for the Tide, but also led the nation in on-base percentage going in...

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