Soccer places two on SEC preseason watchlist

Two Alabama soccer players, junior Celia Jimenez Delgado and sophomore Emma Welch, were selected to the Southeastern Conference coaches preseason watch list for the 2016 season on Wednesday. Both players stood out for the Crimson Tide last season and had a huge impact on the team’s offensive production.

Soccer loses home finale

Things got heated from the field to the sideline in the final game at the Alabama Soccer Complex this season as the Alabama Crimson Tide fell to the Mississippi State Bulldogs 2-1. With a final spot in the SEC Tournament on the line, both teams fought to stay in tournament contention. “I’m extremely proud of our girls in this game; this is probably our best game we’ve played in the last month or so,” coach Wes Hart said.

Alabama falls to Missouri

After a win on the road against the Georgia Bulldogs in the team's last outing, the Alabama Crimson Tide soccer team lost a tough one at home in overtime to the Missouri Tigers 2-1. Despite tying the game at the end of the second half, the Crimson Tide lost on an early goal in overtime to lose its 10th game of the season. “I told them I was disappointed for them, but not disappointed in them,” Coach Wes Hart said.

Six soccer players return home when Alabama travels to Athens

Two weeks ago, the Alabama football team traveled to Athens, Georgia, to defeat the Georgia Bulldogs 38-10 to regain momentum after a tough loss to Ole Miss. After losing their last five matches, coach Wes Hart and the Crimson Tide soccer team need to regain the same momentum as they head to Athens this Friday to face the Bulldogs in order to keep their SEC Tournament hopes alive. “We need to get a result from this game to get our teams confidence up for the last couple games of the season,” senior defender Abby Lutzenkirchen said. The state of Georgia is a familiar territory for some of the players on the Crimson Tide roster.