Crimson Tide women's sports dominate Spring

Just minutes after senior Brooke Pancake sunk her four-foot putt that won the Alabama women’s golf team a national championship, some of the golfers could be overheard talking about how excited they were to get rings presented to them at an upcoming football game.

Tide needs to 'keep fire burning'

On the surface, it would appear that Alabama’s gymnastics meet with Kentucky this weekend would fall into the “trap game” category. The Crimson Tide put together its best team score since 2004 last weekend and will host No.

Stack-Eaton wins first Tide individual national championship since Morgan Dennis in 2007

CLEVELAND | A day after the Alabama gymnastics team won its fifth national championship, junior Geralen Stack-Eaton took home the individual floor exercise national championship at the Wolstein Center in Cleveland Sunday afternoon. Stack-Eaton posted an amazing score of 9.9375 to take the floor title, the highest score on any event during individuals, and became the first Crimson Tide gymnast to bring home an individual championship since Morgan Dennis won the floor exercise as a freshman in 2007. Stack-Eaton’s name will now be painted on the Tide’s practice gym with all the other individual national champions in school history. “I always look up there,” Stack-Eaton said.