James Ogletree

Articles

Alabama women's basketball unable to close out No. 19 Georgia

On several occasions, Alabama women’s basketball had chances to close out the visiting No. 19 Georgia Lady Bulldogs and record a ranked win to catch the eyes of the NCAA Tournament committee. The Crimson Tide could never close the deal, though, going cold at dire moments in the game.

Women's basketball honors Kay Yow in the Play4Kay game

Pink shoes squeaked up and down the court as fans, donning pink T-shirts, passionately waved pink shakers with every Alabama free throw, rebound and three-pointer.  Alabama women’s basketball hosted its yearly Power of Pink/Play4Kay game for breast cancer on Sunday afternoon. Play4Kay is a fundraising ...

Women's basketball shifts focus to one game at a time

Beginning with Sunday's game at Ole Miss, Alabama women's basketball head coach Kristy Curry declared the team's remaining five games as a "two-week season" that will define how the players and coaches will look back on this year.  In order to make the most of the two-week season, the team is maintaining ...

An early run propels South Carolina over Alabama

When South Carolina, the reigning national champions of women’s basketball, crashed Coleman Coliseum on Thursday night, Alabama was seeking to snap a 13-game losing streak to the Gamecocks that stretched back to January 2008. Through one quarter – minus two seconds, perhaps – there was a glimmer ...

Arkansas hands Alabama women's basketball its third-straight loss

The Arkansas Razorbacks had lost seven of their last eight games, including their last four, and were 2-7 in the SEC. They also lost to Alabama by seven points at home on Jan. 7. The outcome of Sunday’s rematch in Coleman Coliseum seemed in little doubt at tipoff. Sunday’s result, then, must have ...