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Women's tennis closes out Rice Invitational

The Alabama Crimson Tide women’s tennis team closed out its weekend Sunday in the Rice Invitational at the George R. Brown Tennis Center in Houston, Texas with a pair of players winning their competition flights. Sophomore Jacqueline Pelletier won 6-7 (5), 6-4, 6-2 for the Flight 4 title in her first ...

Women's golf places second in Mason Rudolph Championship

Buoyed by junior Lauren Stephenson’s historic day, the Alabama Crimson Tide finished second over the weekend in the Mason Rudolph Championship at Vanderbilt Legends Club North Course. Stephenson finished tied for first in the tournament to lead the way for the Crimson Tide. 

Volleyball picks up two wins on Friday

Alabama volleyball coach Ed Allen said that despite coming away with a 3-0 sweep Friday morning against Southern, he wasn’t all that pleased with how the team played. He said what he saw Friday night during the Crimson Tide’s 3-1 victory over Murray State was more encouraging.

Alabama swimming and diving sweeps Delta State

The Alabama Crimson Tide men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams both opened their seasons with wins against Delta State on Friday afternoon. The men earned a 231-69 victory and the women prevailed 235-65. This was the fifth straight year Alabama has opened its season against the Statesmen and ...

German-born, Tuscaloosa-forged: Freshman swimmer returns to Alabama

Alabama freshman Leonie Kullmann was born in Dresden, Germany in August of 1999.  She grew up like any other German girl would, attending a German elementary school, speaking German, and using the metric system.  However, that all changed when her father got a job at the Mercedes-Benz plant ...

Alabama defeats Samford 8-1

After a disappointing two game sweep at the hands of the Washington Huskies, the No. 13 Alabama Crimson Tide bounced back with a Tuesday night win in Birmingham over the Samford Bulldogs.

Alabama swept by No. 9 Washington

After a late rally fell short on Friday night, Alabama came back to Rhoads Stadium Saturday afternoon looking to salvage a split of its two-game series against the No. 9 Washington Huskies. Alabama out-hit its opponent but couldn’t get it done, falling 3-0 to the Huskies in a long game, after weather ...