After starting the season 9-6 and dropping out of the top 25 rankings, Alabama’s baseball team saw fit to organize a team meeting. “We kind of had a come-to-Jesus meeting after one of the games against Lipscomb,” junior shortstop Mikey White said. “I think that is a good thing to do leading up to SEC play. It kind of gets the team rolling and gets the team focused. It gets everybody going on all cylinders.”
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 that may or may not have resulted in a win.
The Alabama men’s tennis team started its SEC play at home this past weekend with Mississippi State on Friday before a non-conference doubleheader Sunday with Jackson State and Jacksonville State.
Alabama baseball hit five doubles and a home run as part of the 14 hits it needed to down the No. 3 Houston Cougars 8-3.