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Alabama’s pitching was considered its weak link to start the season. Through 22 games, it has been consistent, allowing just 3.5 runs per game, including four shutouts.
The bullpen has come up big, throwing 97 ⅓ innings, led by sophomore pitchers Davis Vainer, Deacon Medders and junior transfer Mason Duke, who have all thrown 15 ⅔ innings.
Set to compete in the SEC Championships on Saturday, Alabama is hoping to finally deliver what senior Kiana Winston calls a “lights out” performance.
Alabama’s softball team could face it’s toughest test of the season this weekend.
The team has prepared to be without it’s ace and All-American pitcher Alexis Osorio for it’s home-opening SEC series against Ole Miss, starting Friday.
Through haunting prose and a commitment to showing the nature of humans, Leila Slimani has crafted something special and horrifying with “The Perfect Nanny,” a novel that should never be read in the dark.
Gilbert is joined by Josh Phillips and Aaron Lewis tomorrow night at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater.
“The idea is that it makes students aware that anybody could be struggling with something huge,” said the president of the UA chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness Helmi Henkin.
The Alabama Panhellenic Association will welcome the Tuscaloosa community to campus for Easter festivities this Sunday starting at 2 p.m.
This Science Sunday will cover the topic of biodiversity. Over the course of two hours, people of all ages are encouraged to spend time with local groups and organizations. People are also encouraged to participate in the multiple activities that explain the biodiversity of the state.
Students working for the student publications The Crimson White and Alpine Living and for Alabama Public Radio made it to the final round in categories spanning written prowess and multimedia skills.
With five seconds remaining in Thursday night’s third-round WNIT matchup against Georgia Tech, Alabama guard Meo Knight somehow tossed the basketball up through a sea of Yellow Jacket hands.
It banked off the backboard and fell through the net, sending Knight’s teammates – and the Coleman Coliseum crowd – into paroxysms of joy.
The big bright scoreboard in the middle of the tennis stadium went pitch black during the women’s match between Alabama and Florida Thursday night. Maybe it was a good thing, so the audience couldn’t see the score.
It took the crew over an hour to fix the scoreboard, but moments after scores were back on the board Alabama suffered it’s sixth straight SEC loss.
Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa returned to practice after injuring his thumb on Tuesday, but did not participate in individual drills.
No. 8-ranked Alabama men’s golf carded a final round total of 7-under-par 281 and finished the three-day, 54-hole competition with a 24-under-par 840 en route to a two-shot win against a second placed Georgia and the Crimson Tide’s fourth title in seven tournaments this season.
Runners can participate in either the half marathon or Mayor's Cup 5K to support local charities.
Left Hand Soap business owners are settling into their new home base on University Boulevard.
Sloane Bell, special works editor for The Alabama Law Review, said the symposium will have five sessions with talks from legal academics from across the country.
Throughout the year, the Women and Gender Resource Center partners with the Career Center to host Start Smart workshops to help female students develop salary negotiation skills. The workshops are co-sponsored by The University of Alabama’s chapter of the American Association of University Women (AAUW).
Only eight minutes into the first half of the men’s wheelchair basketball national championship, Alabama found itself in a difficult, yet familiar, situation. The Crimson Tide was in a hole, down double-digits against one of the best teams in the country: the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Warhawks.
On March 26, 2017, Alabama women’s basketball fell to Georgia Tech in the quarterfinals of the National Invitation Tournament, thus ending the team’s season.
The Crimson Tide will have a chance for redemption Thursday night when it hosts the Yellow Jackets in the third round of the NIT, one round earlier than last year’s matchup.
Before every tennis match, senior Smith Hinton has to wear one thing in particular. It doesn’t matter if the match is indoors or outdoors, Hinton needs her visor.
“I always wear my hair the same; I always wear a visor it would mess me up if I didn’t,” Hinton said. “I guess I’m a little superstitious.”