Baseball takes game one against Missouri

Alabama took game one at Missouri on Friday. The Crimson Tide held on to win 2-1 for its 19th win of the season, tying last year's win total.  Alabama's pitching led the way. Starter Sam Finnerty was phenomenal for his second straight start. He allowed just one run over seven innings of work. He struck out a batter to pick up his team-leading fourth win of the season.

Ari Guerra not done after winning SEC Championship in floor exercise

Poised to join the U.S. National Team for training in Huntsville, Texas, Ari Guerra, a League City, Texas native, instead made the difficult decision to undergo surgery on her back. Over time as an elite gymnast, Guerra had sustained four breaks in her lower back, two in her L4 and two in her L3 spinal regions. Although she wanted to give the national team her best shot, the nearly unbearable needed to be remedied.

Edson Ortiz's worldwide journey led him to Alabama

In the beginning of 2016, Edson Ortiz faced a tough decision: should he go to college and play tennis at a university or should he turn pro? A professional salary entices many kids to turn pro, but Edson Ortiz decided he wanted to attend college, where he could play tennis and get an education. His decision was down to the University of Miami or The University of Alabama.

Nick Saban, LeBron James battle over 'Shop Talk' series

Three-time NBA Champion and four-time NBA Most Valuable Player LeBron James sent a letter to Alabama over the videos, looking to open a discussion over possible copyright infringement. James owns and stars in a web series, "Uninterrupted", that features segments called "The Shop," where James talks about a number of subjects with friends, teammates and business associates.

Davis Shore and Wilson Furr bring lasting friendship to men's golf team

In the 2016 Wyndham Cup, one of the most prestigious events on the junior golf circuit, rising high school seniors Davis Shore and Wilson Furr were two down in their alternate-shot match with just five holes to play. On the 14th hole, a par 5, Shore’s tee shot found the fairway, Furr stuck an iron shot close to the hole, and Shore converted the eagle putt. Furr, easily the more excitable of the two, pumped his fist and riled up the more even-keeled Shore.

Baseball loses third straight game to Jacksonville State

Timely hitting was Alabama’s Achilles heel once again. The Crimson Tide failed to record a hit with a runner on base and finished just 1-for-9 with two outs, losing to Jacksonville State 4-0. It was the first time in 38 matchups Jacksonville State shutout the Crimson Tide. “Jacksonville State absolutely took it to us,” coach Brad Bohannon said. “I am really, really disappointed in our group. I obviously did a very poor job of trying to get our kids ready to play tonight. It was noticeably our worst effort of the year.”