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GAMEDAY: Fans behind enemy lines: Auburn students at UA

GAMEDAY: Fans behind enemy lines: Auburn students at UA

November 20, 2015

The world of sports in Alabama is a funny thing. Without professional franchises in the state and nothing to watch on Sunday, fans live and die by their Saturdays. Loyalty lines are drawn at an early age...

GAMEDAY: Farewell Bryant-Denny Stadium

GAMEDAY: Farewell Bryant-Denny Stadium

November 12, 2015

As Alabama quarterback Jake Coker took a knee on Saturday to secure a 30-16 Alabama win over LSU, Bryant-Denny Stadium erupted into the loudest Rammer Jammer I had heard in a long time. It was a bittersweet...

GAMEDAY: Ten reasons why Alabama fans hate LSU

GAMEDAY: Ten reasons why Alabama fans hate LSU

November 5, 2015

In the spirit of the Alabama-LSU rivalry week, The Advocate of Baton Rouge published a piece on the top 10 reasons LSU fans hate, loathe and despise the Crimson Tide, citing coach Nick Saban, Alabama’s...

GAMEDAY: Light 'em up

GAMEDAY: Light 'em up

October 22, 2015

There was once a time when the biggest rivalry game on Alabama’s slate did not fall on the final week of the regular season. Instead of the Iron Bowl, fans eagerly awaited the third Saturday in October....

GAMEDAY: Testing the water

GAMEDAY: Testing the water

October 9, 2015

When Alabama prepared to travel to Athens, Georgia, to take on the University of Georgia, pundits knew a storm was coming; they just slightly missed its course. For the first time in 72 games, Alabama...

GAMEDAY: A different shade of red

GAMEDAY: A different shade of red

October 1, 2015

McDonough, Georgia, doesn’t ring a bell to most people. A small blip on the map 30 minutes south of Atlanta on the mighty I-75, the sleepy suburb is right in the heart of Bulldog country, only a little...

Volleyball wins two of three matches in weekend tournament

Volleyball wins two of three matches in weekend tournament

September 13, 2015

By Kayla Montgomery | Sports EditorThe preseason hasn't been easy for the Alabama volleyball team. Entering into this weekend's Crimson-White Tournament in Tuscaloosa, the team, which returned all of its...

Alabama volleyball falls to Saint Louis

Alabama volleyball falls to Saint Louis

September 12, 2015

Amongst bellows of “one at a time,” and cheers by fans, the Alabama volleyball team battled to keep the lead in the fifth set. After fighting back to 15 all, a kill and an attack error decided Alabama’s...

GAMEDAY: Rediscovering identity in changing Tide

GAMEDAY: Rediscovering identity in changing Tide

September 10, 2015

Urban legend has it that Alabama gained the elephant as its mascot in 1930. Coach Wallace Wade and his team faced off against Mississippi on Oct. 8, inspiring an Atlanta Journal sports writer to compose...

GAMEDAY: Who's under center?

GAMEDAY: Who's under center?

September 3, 2015

Anticipation ran rampant throughout Tuscaloosa on Nov. 30, 2014. Fans fueled by the thought of revenge against the Auburn Tigers filed into Bryant-Denny Stadium on the late fall Saturday, ready to see...

2nd Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah 5K set for August

2nd Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah 5K set for August

July 29, 2015

When Alabama strength and conditioning coach Scott Cochran is in a room, people notice. His signature voice booms from the Bryant-Denny speakers on Saturdays in the fall, his chain of “Yeah yeah yeah,”...

Former Alabama quarterback's legacy honored

Former Alabama quarterback's legacy honored

July 22, 2015

It was the fourth quarter of the 1967 Iron Bowl, and all hope seemed lost for Paul “Bear” Bryant’s Crimson Tide football team. Alabama was trailing the Tigers 3-0,and Birmingham’s Legion Field...

McCleney, Traina, and Team USA beat Japan 6-1 in softball world cup final

McCleney, Traina, and Team USA beat Japan 6-1 in softball world cup final

July 8, 2015

By Kayla Montgomery | Staff ReporterWhile the U.S. women’s national soccer team was taking home its third World Cup title, USA Softball defeated Japan 6-1 in Irvine, California to win its eighth World...

Durand assists in local tournament

Durand assists in local tournament

July 1, 2015

As the Fourth of July holiday draws near, countless people will trade the boardroom for board shorts, dress shoes for water skis and office supplies for River Rats and Coppertone, preparing to spend the...

Former Alabama baseball players in the MLB

Former Alabama baseball players in the MLB

June 24, 2015

Earlier this month, six Alabama baseball players were taken in the 2015 MLB Draft. It was the highest number of Crimson Tide players taken since 2010, and the five players selected before the start of...

Women's tennis to host first and second rounds of NCAA Tournament

May 6, 2015

For the fourth consecutive season, the Alabama women's tennis team will host the first and second rounds of the NCAA Tournament. Entering the tournament as the No. 13 seed, the Crimson Tide will face Samford...

Crimson Tide teams finish seasons with success

Crimson Tide teams finish seasons with success

April 20, 2015

As spring sports seasons wind to a close, take a look at where three Alabama athletics teams stand. While gymnastics has closed out its run, the women's tennis and men's golf teams have finished SEC tournaments...

Dana Duckworth continues championship legacy

Dana Duckworth continues championship legacy

April 15, 2015

Alabama gymnastics coach Dana Duckworth doesn’t like 
to lose.After falling off the balance beam in the 1991 NCAA Championships, Duckworth learned her lesson.“She didn’t win the balance beam,”...

Reigning at Regionals: Alabama gymnastics wins regionals, heads to NCAAs

Reigning at Regionals: Alabama gymnastics wins regionals, heads to NCAAs

April 6, 2015

In just one night’s work, the Alabama gymnastics team claimed its 30th regional title, secured its 33rd consecutive trip to the NCAA Championship and extended its winning streak over Auburn to 114 meets....

Alabama gymnastics wins 30th regional title

April 4, 2015

In just one night’s work, the Alabama gymnastics team claimed its 30th regional title, secured its 33rd trip to the NCAA Championship and extended its winning streak over Auburn to 114 meets. Before...

Banking on Beers

Banking on Beers

April 1, 2015

Lauren Beers is no stranger to teamwork.Growing up, her family could have occupied every fielding position on a baseball diamond, competed as a basketball team with members to spare and made up half of...

Rowing splits four against JSU on senior day

Rowing splits four against JSU on senior day

March 30, 2015

For the 12 Alabama rowing seniors, Saturday’s regatta against Jacksonville University was the culmination of a career of growth and change. In October, the team moved from its former home of trailers...

​Gymnastics coach flies with Blue Angels

March 26, 2015

After being chosen as a “Key Influencer” in the Tuscaloosa community, Alabama gymnastics coach Dana Duckworth went on a ride-along with the Blue Angels, the United States Navy Flight Demonstration...

Gymnastics team wins 2nd straight SEC title

Gymnastics team wins 2nd straight SEC title

March 24, 2015

By Kayla Montgomery | Assistant Sports EditorAfter trailing for two rotations, the No. 5 Alabama gymnastics team claimed its ninth SEC championship with a score of 197.525, topping LSU, Florida and Auburn...

Alabama gymnastics claims 9th SEC Championship

Alabama gymnastics claims 9th SEC Championship

March 21, 2015

DULUTH, Ga.-- After trailing for two rotations, the No. 5 Alabama gymnastics team claimed its ninth SEC championship with a score of 197.525, topping LSU, Florida and Auburn in the second session of...

​Shelton captures medalist honors at Southern Collegiate

March 11, 2015

Alabama sophomore Robby Shelton recorded a season-low round of 7-under par 65 on Wednesday to win his first medalist honor of the season at the Southern Highlands Collegiate Masters with a 15-under 201....

​Routliffe named SEC Player of the Week

March 11, 2015

Alabama’s Erin Routliffe was named the SEC Women’s Tennis Player of the Week on Wednesday after leading the Crimson Tide to a pair of conference victories over the weekend with two singles and doubles...

​Women’s wheelchair basketball wins fourth national title

March 11, 2015

The Alabama women’s wheelchair basketball team won its fourth national championship in seven years Saturday after it defeated The University of Illinois 58-52. The victory marked the team’s fourth...

Senior close out careers in Coleman

Senior close out careers in Coleman

March 11, 2015

In their career, the Alabama gymnastics seniors have seen a conference championship, three regional championships and a national title. They’ve seen the end of one era and the beginning of another as...

Streak continues with 112th straight win over Auburn

Streak continues with 112th straight win over Auburn

March 8, 2015

After an uncharacteristic performance in the floor exercise, the No. 6 Alabama gymnastics team extended its 35-year win streak over the No. 9 Auburn Tigers to 112 meets after topping the Tigers 197.2-197.025...

Braves a long way from childhood memories

Braves a long way from childhood memories

March 5, 2015

It’s safe to say that as a young child, I had little interest in sports. At age four, I fell asleep in the Georgia Dome while watching the Atlanta Falcons, snoozing away the last two quarters of a game...

Gym Tide heads to Mizzou

Gym Tide heads to Mizzou

March 5, 2015

A week after falling to No. 2 LSU in Coleman Coliseum, the No. 6 Alabama gymnastics team will take to the road for two meets in three days. The team will travel to Columbia, Missouri, to take on No. 24...

Women's basketball falls in final regular season game

March 1, 2015

The women's basketball team fell 80-73 to Auburn in its final regular season match-up of the season on Sunday. The loss drops the team to 13-18 on the season and 2-14 in the SEC. Freshman Hannah Cook scored...

Levi Randolph named Academic All-American

March 1, 2015

Alabama basketball player Levi Randolph was named the program's first Academic All-American. Randolph was selected to the 2014-15 Capital One Academic All-America Second Team, announced on Thursday. Randolph...

Burchell sets collegiate record in 60-meter dash

March 1, 2015

Alabama track and field athlete Remona Burchell set a collegiate record for the women's 60-meter dash while winning the event at the SEC Championship on Saturday. Burchell clocked a time of 7.08 seconds...

No. 5 Alabama gymnastics falls short to No. 2 LSU, ending 6 year home streak

February 28, 2015

It took six years to build a 49-0 home streak in Coleman Coliseum, but the No. 5 Alabama gymnastics team came just short of win No. 50, falling to No. 2 LSU 197.35-197.225. The Tigers were the last team...

Coming up Clark

Coming up Clark

February 25, 2015

There was a time when Alabama senior gymnast Kaitlyn Clark didn’t know The University of Alabama had a gymnastics team.Now, the Rancho Cucamonga, California, native has found her home as a senior on...

Alabama-Georgia gymnastics rivalry starts new era

Alabama-Georgia gymnastics rivalry starts new era

February 19, 2015

It was, for decades, the biggest rivalry in college gymnastics.The University of Alabama versus The University of Georgia pitted two rival coaches – Alabama’s former coach Sarah Patterson and UGA’s...

Mainz Mania: UA women's tennis coach enters nineteenth season

Mainz Mania: UA women's tennis coach enters nineteenth season

February 18, 2015

Much has changed around the UA Athletics Department in the span of almost two decades. Facilities have grown grander as budgets have gotten bigger, handfuls of coaches have come and gone and come again...

Perfect in Pink

Perfect in Pink

February 16, 2015

Not even Friday the 13th could stop the Alabama gymnastics team.On the famously unlucky evening, Alabama gymnastics followed several personal-best and two team-best apparatus scores to beat Boise State...

Gymnastics posts season-high score to beat Boise State

February 14, 2015

Not even Friday the 13th could stop the Alabama gymnastics team.On the famously unlucky evening, Alabama gymnastics followed several personal-bests and two team-best apparatus scores to beat Boise State...

Power of Pink

Power of Pink

February 12, 2015

For 36 years, coach Sarah Patterson was the face of the Alabama gymnastics team. Her 1,006 wins, 43 postseason championships and six national championships with the Crimson Tide, as well as her philanthropic...

Alabama gymnastics ranked in 4 rotations

Alabama gymnastics ranked in 4 rotations

February 10, 2015

So far this season, Alabama has defeated reigning co-national champion, Florida, and handed Auburn its 111th consecutive loss in a lopsided rivalry series. The team is ranked No. 6 nationally, and has...

Track and field athletes ranked in conference, nation

February 10, 2015

Twenty-one track and field athletes in 18 events, as well as three relay teams, are currently ranked in the conference’s top 10 this season. Alex Amankwah leads the conference in the men’s 800 meter,...

Littlejohn named SEC Pitcher of the Week

February 10, 2015

After a perfect game, sophomore Sydney Littlejohn has been named SEC Pitcher of the Week. In the second perfect game in program history, she struck out a career-high eight batters to open the Sand Dollar...

Gymnastics defeats Auburn

Gymnastics defeats Auburn

February 9, 2015

After a close meet in Coleman Coliseum Friday night, the Alabama gymnastics team defeated Auburn 197.325-196.825, extending its 35-year win streak over the Tigers to 
111 meets.Though the Crimson Tide...

No. 6 Alabama gymnastics hosts No. 11 Auburn

No. 6 Alabama gymnastics hosts No. 11 Auburn

February 5, 2015

It’s been 110 meets since Auburn has beaten The University of Alabama 
gymnastics team.It’s been 35 years since the Tigers defeated the Crimson Tide in a meet, but don’t expect the Alabama gymnasts...

'Bama bubble' key as gymnastics faces UK

'Bama bubble' key as gymnastics faces UK

January 29, 2015

Energy has been a constant theme of the University of Alabama gymnastics team three meets into its 2015 season. The energy the team lacked in its first road meet to Arkansas, resulting in a loss, returned...

UA gymnastics tops No. 1 Gators

UA gymnastics tops No. 1 Gators

January 26, 2015

Only a week after a meltdown on the balance beam cost the Alabama gymnastics team its first road meet of the season, the team responded in a big way. The Crimson Tide defeated the top-ranked Florida Gators...

Alabama posts 197.4 to down No. 1 Florida

Alabama posts 197.4 to down No. 1 Florida

January 24, 2015

Only a week after a meltdown on the balance beam cost the Alabama gymnastics team its first road meet of the season, the team responded in a big way. The Crimson Tide defeated the top-ranked Florida Gators...

Gymnastics hosts defending national co-champion Florida

Gymnastics hosts defending national co-champion Florida

January 22, 2015

It’s no secret that rivalries run deep in the Southeastern Conference, and while the traditional great gymnastics rivalry has been between The University of Alabama and the University of Georgia, there...

Gymnastics travels to Arkansas

Gymnastics travels to Arkansas

January 15, 2015

The word “first” has become a common word around the Alabama gymnastics team this season. For the first time in 36 years, the Crimson Tide has a new head coach, and after getting her first meet under...

UA women's tennis hosts Mal Moore Invitational

UA women's tennis hosts Mal Moore Invitational

January 14, 2015

For the Alabama women’s tennis team, 2014 was a record season. The team finished sixth in the nation and brought home an SEC Championship, as well as its first ever national championship when doubles...

Gymnastics team opens Duckworth era with win

Gymnastics team opens Duckworth era with win

January 10, 2015

Much was the same for the Alabama gymnastics team's season opener against Arizona Friday night. The team took the floor to the same pyrotechnic introduction, Coleman Coliseum still recorded 12,000-plus...

Taking the Floor: Duckworth prepares for first meet after Patterson retirement

Taking the Floor: Duckworth prepares for first meet after Patterson retirement

January 8, 2015

For the first time in 36 seasons, the No. 4 Alabama gymnastics team will take the floor with a new face at the helm of the program. In the first meet of the season against No. 21 Arizona at 7 p.m. Friday, Dana...

Keeping the faith

December 4, 2014

Faith can be defined as “confidence or trust in a person or thing” or 
“belief that is not based on proof” and is often reserved for religion. Though football certainly isn’t a 
religion,...

Volleyball heads to NCAA tournament

Volleyball heads to NCAA tournament

December 3, 2014

The most-winning team in Alabama volleyball history is looking to break even more records Thursday as it competes in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, taking on Samford in Tallahassee, Florida, at...

Volleyball team earns record number of wins

Volleyball team earns record number of wins

November 30, 2014

With a dominant three-set sweep of Tennessee, the Alabama volleyball team reached a new milestone Saturday. In its final match of the regular season, the Crimson Tide picked up its 25th win, setting...

Thomas finds home at UA volleyball

Thomas finds home at UA volleyball

November 24, 2014

For outside hitter Brittany Thomas, a sophomore from Chandler, Arizona, volleyball is a family affair. She began playing the sport at an early age at the urging of her mother.“My mom played volleyball...

Alabama tops Auburn in front of record crowd

Alabama tops Auburn in front of record crowd

November 23, 2014

In front of 2,169 spirited fans, the Alabama volleyball team (23-7, 11-5 SEC) topped in-state rival Auburn 3-1 Friday night to kick off Alabama’s homecoming weekend. The record crowd topped the former...

Setting the Tone: Wilson, Rivers lead volleyball team to record-setting season

Setting the Tone: Wilson, Rivers lead volleyball team to record-setting season

November 19, 2014

As the semester winds to a close, the Alabama volleyball team’s fourth season under coach Ed Allen is nearing its end as well, though the team’s pursuit of its goals are just beginning. With four...

Alabama volleyball sweeps UGA

Alabama volleyball sweeps UGA

November 16, 2014

With only four matches left in the regular season, the Alabama Crimson Tide volleyball team (22-6) is rolling towards a new record for season wins. On Sunday, the team swept Georgia at home in Foster Auditorium,...

Alabama needs emotion to avoid post-LSU hangover

Alabama needs emotion to avoid post-LSU hangover

November 13, 2014

Anticipation, disappointment, frustration and desperation matched with cautious optimism, hopefulness, excitement and relief – the range of emotions experienced during a rivalry game on a college football...

Behind Enemy Lines: Q&A with The Reflector sports editor

November 13, 2014

As Alabama prepares to face top-ranked Mississippi State in Bryant-Denny Stadium this weekend, Blake Morgan, the sports editor of Mississippi State's The Reflector, shared a few words on his thoughts about...

Volleyball sweeps Mississippi State at home

Volleyball sweeps Mississippi State at home

November 12, 2014

It may not have been its sharpest match of the season, but the Alabama volleyball team secured its eighth sweep of the season after defeating Mississippi State 3-0 at home last night, advancing to a 21-6...

Volleyball puts itself in 5-set match situations

Volleyball puts itself in 5-set match situations

November 11, 2014

As Alabama and Mississippi State prepare to compete on the gridiron this weekend, the Alabama volleyball team will host the Bulldogs in a mid-week match in Foster Auditorium Wednesday at 5 p.m. The match...

Alabama faces No. 7 Florida Gators

Alabama faces No. 7 Florida Gators

November 5, 2014

While Halloween is usually known for its tricks, the Alabama volleyball team was in for a treat when it faced off against then No. 23 Texas A&M in Foster Auditorium, defeating the Aggies in a five-set...

Florida-Georgia upset reminds people that anything can happen

Florida-Georgia upset reminds people that anything can happen

November 2, 2014

A true rivalry game is a strange thing: a mix of beauty and flat-out ugliness that never fails to bring out unparalleled team pride and a certain degree of crazy. Thanks to these games, the infamous “I...

Setting the stage in Foster Auditorium

Setting the stage in Foster Auditorium

October 28, 2014

Home is where the heart is for Alabama senior volleyball player Katherine White, and home is where the Alabama volleyball team (18-5, 6-3 SEC) will take on No. 23 Texas A&M Friday at 7 p.m. “I remember...

Volleyball comes back to beat Arkansas

Volleyball comes back to beat Arkansas

October 26, 2014

Although an ace from redshirt sophomore Krystal Rivers clinched the match for the Alabama volleyball team Sunday, it was a team effort that led the Crimson Tide to a 3-1 win over Arkansas, its seventh...

Bruna Evangelista finds home in Tuscaloosa

Bruna Evangelista finds home in Tuscaloosa

October 22, 2014

The road to the Alabama volleyball team can best be described as unexpected for Bruna Evangelista: full of twists, turns and bumps and spanning two continents and multiple states. The 6-foot-1 middle blocker...

Volleyball to face Auburn

Volleyball to face Auburn

October 21, 2014

It’s no secret the simple mention of Auburn University can stir up feelings of rivalry across the Alabama fan base far and wide, but don’t expect the Alabama volleyball team to buy into the hype. In...

Volleyball hosts Ole Miss Sunday

Volleyball hosts Ole Miss Sunday

October 15, 2014

The Power of Pink is personal for members of the Alabama volleyball team. Following last season, the team saw redshirt sophomore Krystal Rivers battle through cancer. While she had Hodgkin’s Lymphoma...

Men's tennis team to play in Auburn

Men's tennis team to play in Auburn

October 14, 2014

For junior Stuart Kenyon, the transition from player to captain of the Alabama men’s tennis team hasn’t been easy, but it’s been worth it. “It’s a lot to put on ones’ shoulders, because I’m...

Match motivates team

Match motivates team

October 14, 2014

In celebration of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, campus is overcome with a sea of pink, as opposed to its normal tide of crimson. The Alabama volleyball team will partake in the movement with...

Tide splits SEC weekend

Tide splits SEC weekend

October 12, 2014

Returning home after a three-game road stint, the Alabama women’s volleyball team defeated South Carolina in four sets in front of a crowd in Foster Auditorium, advancing the Crimson Tide to a 16-4 overall...

Volleyball team prepares for Texas A&M matchup

Volleyball team prepares for Texas A&M matchup

October 8, 2014

Volleyball has always been a family affair for The University of Alabama’s Leah Lawrence. The Huntsville native began playing volleyball at an early age, with her father as her coach. Lawrence said she...

Alabama volleyball team set to succeed

Alabama volleyball team set to succeed

October 7, 2014

Stephanie Schleuder made her debut in 1974. She was fresh out of graduate school when she made the trek from Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Tuscaloosa to become the first head coach of the brand new Alabama...

Braves fans once again left wanting during postseason

Braves fans once again left wanting during postseason

September 30, 2014

Another regular season has come and gone in the MLB with another postseason beginning, and anticipation is starting to rise as to who will claim the 2014 World Series title. As analysts start speculating...

Rowing hosts home race

Rowing hosts home race

September 28, 2014

Saturday morning marked a first and a last for the Alabama Rowing team. The team participated in a head-style race against the University of Alabama at Huntsville, the first fall head race the Crimson...

UA secures win from LSU

UA secures win from LSU

September 28, 2014

In a thrilling SEC home opener in front of an enthusiastic crowd in Foster Auditorium, the Alabama volleyball team (14-2, 2-0 SEC) defeated conference rival LSU in three sets, increasing the Crimson Tide’s...

Natalie Murison adapts to team

Natalie Murison adapts to team

September 24, 2014

Volleyball is in Natalie Murison’s blood. The Woodridge, Illinois, native began playing the sport in the third grade, following in the footsteps of her older sister. While her sister went on to play...

Tennis hosts Four-in-the-Fall

September 24, 2014

When Danny Kerzman and the men’s tennis team traveled to Cambridge, Massachusetts, to compete in the 2014 Harvard Chowdah Fest, he took the court as a member of the Alabama Crimson Tide for the first...

Volleyball to open SEC play

Volleyball to open SEC play

September 24, 2014

After a tournament-filled preseason, the Alabama volleyball team will open conference play Wednesday as it travels to the University of Georgia to compete against the 8-4 Bulldogs at 6 p.m. The Crimson...

Volleyball beats Clemson, sweeps tournament

Volleyball beats Clemson, sweeps tournament

September 14, 2014

The Alabama volleyball team defeated Clemson in four sets on Saturday night in Foster Auditorium to win the Crimson-White Tournament, earning its seventh straight win and third tournament title this season...

Foster offers home court advantage

September 14, 2014

To Krystal Rivers, the energy in Foster Auditorium is contagious.In the Alabama volleyball team’s home opening sweep of the UAB Blazers Tuesday night, the redshirt sophomore said the team fed off the...

Volleyball team sweeps home opener

Volleyball team sweeps home opener

September 14, 2014

After three weeks on the road, the Alabama women’s volleyball team swept the UAB Blazers in its home opener Tuesday night in Foster Auditorium, advancing the Crimson Tide to a 9-2 overall record and...

Freshman Hutson plays key role

Freshman Hutson plays key role

September 7, 2014

For Alabama volleyball player Kat Hutson, a case of sibling competition introduced her to the sport at an early age. Her talent has since brought her to The University of Alabama, where she is making a...

Women's tennis team starts play

Women's tennis team starts play

September 7, 2014

For junior Maya Jansen and the rest of the UA women’s tennis team, this weekend marks a new season, a fresh start and a clean slate. “We had a great year last year, but we always talk about at the...

Volleyball team looking for consistency in tournament

Volleyball team looking for consistency in tournament

September 7, 2014

In its final away trip before taking the court in Tuscaloosa, the University of Alabama volleyball team will travel to Montgomery to compete in the ISTAP Collegiate Cup 2. The Crimson Tide will face Southern...

Tennis team starts fall matches over weekend

Tennis team starts fall matches over weekend

September 7, 2014

For senior captain, Stuart Kenyon, and the rest of the Alabama men’s tennis team, the end of the 2014 season was difficult. After almost securing a trip to the NCAA tournament in late spring, the team...

Alabama defense looks far from infallible

September 1, 2014

Eight months without college football is a very, very long time. During the offseason, in which we are forced to find other avenues to fill afternoons, a pseudo-craziness takes hold of analysts and fans...

Tide Volleyball team to travel to Virginia

Tide Volleyball team to travel to Virginia

September 1, 2014

After an undefeated weekend in St. Louis, Missouri, The University of Alabama’s women’s volleyball team will travel to Charlottesville, Virginia, to compete in the Cavalier Classic. The Crimson Tide...

Cross country to open season

Cross country to open season

August 24, 2014

The Alabama men and women’s cross country teams will kick off their 2014 season with with a meet against Samford Friday at Veteran’s Park in Hoover.In last year’s season opener, the Crimson Tide...

Volleyball team heads to St. Louis

Volleyball team heads to St. Louis

August 24, 2014

Under the leadership of fourth-year head coach Ed Allen, the Alabama volleyball team will take the court Friday at noon in St. Louis, Missouri, for its first match of the season. At the Marcia E. Hamilton...

Despite losses, Alabama still the team to beat

Despite losses, Alabama still the team to beat

August 24, 2014

We want Bama. These three simple words have become viral in the past year, finding themselves plastered on painted poster boards held above the heads of screaming fans, mass-printed on team t-shirts –...

Cam Robinson poised to take starting role

Cam Robinson poised to take starting role

August 17, 2014

Although the Crimson Tide will return a trio of key starters on the offensive line, holes at left tackle and right guard add to the list of questions Alabama must answer as the late-August kickoff game...

Summer play key in tennis

Summer play key in tennis

August 17, 2014

While many University of Alabama students were sitting at home or working internships during summer vacation, members of the UA varsity tennis teams were hitting the tournament trail. “The players that...

Professor recognized in athletic hall of fame

June 24, 2014

The University of Alabama has ?contributed a number of individuals to halls of fame nationwide. For example, 18 former Alabama football players are members of the College Football Hall of Fame, alongside...

Run, Run, Remona

Run, Run, Remona

June 17, 2014

For Alabama track and field athlete Remona Burchell, 2014 was a record-breaking year. The junior sprinter took home a championship title during both the indoor and outdoor seasons, shattered records with...

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