Soccer's new formation continues to pay off during spring

The University of Alabama Soccer team plays host to UAB on Friday in the fourth of five games in the 2018 spring season. The Crimson Tide is undefeated this spring, posting a 2-0-1 record with the lone draw coming against Clemson on March 3. The two wins came in convincing style as Alabama kept two clean sheets in its 2-0 defeat of Memphis to open the season along with the 3-0 thrashing of Alabama’s instate rival, Samford.

Alabama soccer prepares for its third NCAA Tournament appearance

Alabama’s soccer team made history on Monday by becoming the third group to earn a bid to the NCAA Tournament in program history, but the Crimson Tide’s players are not satisfied yet. Although they’ve already rewritten the Alabama record books, they have their sights set on becoming the first Alabama team to advance past the first round, which they can accomplish with a road win against Clemson on Friday.

Alabama puts winning streak on the line vs Ole Miss

Two weeks ago, Alabama’s season outlook was turning bleak. The Crimson Tide had just been dealt its fifth SEC loss of the season by in-state rival Auburn, landing it near the bottom in the conference standings. Since that crushing defeat, Alabama has stormed back from the brink, winning three straight SEC games and solidifying its place in the SEC tournament. 

Alabama holds off Missouri in overtime

Even with the pressure of SEC tournament implications weighing on her shoulders, junior Abbie Boswell was calm and collected as she sunk a penalty kick in the back of the net to secure Alabama a 3-2 victory over Missouri in the 53rd second of overtime on Sunday. With the tightly contested victory, Alabama’s third straight, the Crimson Tide improved to 11-6-1 overall and 3-5-1 in SEC play.