Nolan Imsande

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Baseball sweeps doubleheader 3-1, 16-5

Alabama’s doubleheader sweep of Mississippi Valley State on Tuesday served as an example of a team that can at times pitch and hit its way to a victory. The Crimson Tide won the first game against the Delta Devils 3-1 while taking the second game 16-5.

Learn how to take a chance

I knew that this day was coming for a while, the day I would write my final column for The Crimson White, but I was still unsure of exactly what I wanted to write.

Baseball to compete agains Missouri Tigers in weekend series

After almost a month of playing some of the best teams in the SEC, the Alabama baseball team is starting to hit its stride. The Crimson Tide played four consecutive weekend series against top-25 teams and won four of its last five games. It looks to continue that success this weekend against the Missouri ...

Shifting Secondary

After a season in which Alabama’s secondary struggled mightily, coach Nick Saban made a big change to the coaching staff to address the issue.

Quarterback Battle

In the world of college football, spring indicates a couple of things: the start of spring practice, the first time many early enrollees from the year’s signing class take the field and the beginning of position battles. While Alabama has many positions open for playing time, none may be as big as ...

CB recovering from surgery

Cyrus Jones is coming off of a career season. Jones was starting at cornerback for the whole season and recorded 46 tackles along with two forced fumbles and three interceptions.

Alabama baseball to play Georgia in weekend series

After Tuesday’s 12-1 victory over Samford, in which the Alabama baseball team tied its season-high with 18 hits, the Crimson Tide is hoping to carry that momentum over into this weekend’s series with the Georgia Bulldogs. “I thought it was real important for us to not only win the game [Tuesday], ...

Johnson speaks to football team

Alabama held their 10th spring practice on Wednesday afternoon but Alabama’s new men’s basketball head coach, Avery Johnson, stole the show.