Ehsan Kassim


Leaving West Coast paid off for Alexis Osorio

Alexis Osorio never intended on leaving the west coast. The furthest she was willing to go was one state away, to attend college and play softball. Alabama looked to be completely out of the picture itself as a destination, as her lone trip to the state had been a disaster.  Her softball team had ...

Tennessee takes doubleheader against Softball

Alabama softball played two games on Saturday and collected just three runs on nine hits. That is not a winning formula against a top-10 team, like the No. 7 Tennessee Lady Volunteers. Tennessee (40-8, 10-7 SEC) won the first ballgame over Alabama (27-15, 7-10 SEC) 1-0 in a pitchers duel.

A-Day gives fans list of experiences surrounding the game

Alabama’s annual spring game, A-Day, is this Saturday at 1 p.m. The A-Day game will give fans a chance to see how Alabama players have progressed through spring practices. It will be the 12th A-Day Game under head coach Nick Saban.

Teamwork continues to lead rowing to success

In less than ideal weather in Kansas City, Kansas last weekend, the Alabama rowing team posted a strong performance, winning 9 of its 10 races. One boat in particular, the Second Varsity 4+ boat, posted the fastest overall time in each of its two Double Dual. In the first race, the crew made up of  freshman ...

Home run in sixth inning gives Florida series win over Alabama

As a pinch hitter, Danielle Romanello broke up Osorio’s no-hitter in the top of the fourth with a two-run double to tie the game. In the sixth, she hit a home run to give Florida (34-6, 9-3 SEC) the lead and the series win, 3-2. She had the only two hits for Florida on the night, but she made them ...

Softball drops game one against Florida

The Alabama offense went cold against Florida on Saturday afternoon at Rhoades Stadium, in its 6-1 loss to No. 4 Florida. Florida (33-5, 8-2 SEC) opened the first inning loading the bases against Alabama (24-10, 5-5 SEC) starter Alexis Osorio. The Gators scored two runs in the inning and never looked ...