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Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894

The Crimson White

Serving the campus of the University of Alabama since 1894

The Crimson White

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Alabama Soccer turns pro, multiple drafted in NWSL

Alabama Soccer turns pro, multiple drafted in NWSL

January 18, 2023

After a record breaking 2022 season, Alabama Soccer continues to make program history as three of its players were drafted to the National Women’s Soccer League on Jan. 12, 2023.   Defender Reyna...

A look at the record-breaking season for the Alabama soccer program

A look at the record-breaking season for the Alabama soccer program

November 24, 2022

If the 2022 Alabama soccer season has taught fans anything, it’s that one, records are made to be broken, and two, Alabama might just be a soccer school.  The Crimson Tide took down the University...

Riley Mattingly Parker: Not done yet

Riley Mattingly Parker: Not done yet

October 30, 2022

Alabama soccer forward Riley Mattingly Parker hoisted the SEC regular season championship trophy on Oct. 23, sporting the last remnants of a shiner she picked up facing the University of Arkansas Razorbacks...

Getting to know the Kevin De Bruyne of the SEC

Getting to know the Kevin De Bruyne of the SEC

October 21, 2022

Alabama midfielder Felicia Knox is a Manchester City fan.   Knox and a few of her teammates are City supporters. Their game and training schedule doesn’t always allow them to watch games live.   “We...

The Alabama cross country team poses for a picture following the Crimson Classic on Oct. 14 at the Harry Pritchett Running Course in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Cross country sweeps the Crimson Classic

October 15, 2022

Alabama men’s and women’s cross country ended the regular season with wins in both individual and team races at the Harry Pritchett Running Park on Friday, Oct. 14.   This marked the first time...

Swimming and diving open with a road splash

Swimming and diving open with a road splash

October 1, 2022

Alabama swimming and diving opened the season with a splash as the women’s team beat SEC rival Arkansas and the men’s team beat Delta State University.   Both the men’s and women’s team were...

Alabama linebackers Will Anderson Jr. (31) and Chris Braswell (41) celebrate after a play in the Crimson Tides 55-3 win over the Vanderbilt Commodores on Sept. 24 at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Alabama defensive performance keeps Vanderbilt’s anchors weighed down

September 24, 2022

Alabama’s defense had a statement game in the team’s 55-3 win over the Vanderbilt Commodores at Bryant-Denny Stadium.   No. 2 Alabama now moves to a 4-0 record, 1-0 in conference play.   Alabama’s...

A Crimson Chaos Renaissance

A Crimson Chaos Renaissance

September 21, 2022

Crimson Chaos is undergoing a renaissance this year. The official student section for Alabama Athletics is expanding to more sports across campus. More student leadership opportunities are opening within...

A look back at the 2007 UL Monroe loss 

A look back at the 2007 UL Monroe loss 

September 14, 2022

In the Crimson Tide’s first season under head coach Nick Saban, the team went 7-6, with four straight losses to wrap up the regular season.   Of those four losses, three were SEC matchups, and two...

A look back at the 2009 BCS National Championship

A look back at the 2009 BCS National Championship

September 8, 2022

In Nick Saban’s third season at Alabama, the Crimson Tide won its first national championship in over a decade. The Crimson Tide defeated the Texas Longhorns 37-21 at the Rose Bowl on Jan. 7, 2010.  Sophomore...

One win is all it takes: the impact of Alabama Soccer defeating Clemson

One win is all it takes: the impact of Alabama Soccer defeating Clemson

August 27, 2022

“I was just sitting there thinking, ‘This is going to be so embarrassing if all these camera-people came out and we don’t get a bid,’” said Riley Mattingly Parker, Alabama soccer forward, while...

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Stay active in college with Intramural Sports

August 8, 2022

Many students find themselves in the same boat in college — they no longer identify as high school athletes, and they want a way to continue to play sports and make friends. Many of these students at...

Reyes, Mattingly and Streicek take on new challenges during the Alabama Soccer offseason

Reyes, Mattingly and Streicek take on new challenges during the Alabama Soccer offseason

June 15, 2022

Alabama Soccer is well-represented in the Women’s Premier Soccer League and League 1 this summer, with Riley Mattingly, Reyna Reyes and Aislin Streicek lighting up the league.   The Women’s Premier...

Filip Planinsek advances to second round of NCAA Tournament men’s singles play

Filip Planinsek advances to second round of NCAA Tournament men’s singles play

May 24, 2022

Alabama men’s tennis star freshman, Filip Planinsek, is advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament Men’s singles play in Champaign, Illinois.  Planinsek, ranked 25th overall in singles,...

A product of Alabama Soccer: Nealy Martin in the NWSL

A product of Alabama Soccer: Nealy Martin in the NWSL

May 17, 2022

Alabama Soccer supporters have seen talented players take the pitch at the Alabama Soccer Complex. Now, supporters can see an Alabama Soccer alumna take the pitch at Lynn Family Stadium and fields across...

Women’s wheelchair basketball wins third consecutive national championship

Women’s wheelchair basketball wins third consecutive national championship

March 27, 2022
Alabama women’s wheelchair basketball ended its season on a 13-game winning streak and with a national championship title after a nail-biting win over Illinois on March 19.
It takes a support system to build a student-athlete

It takes a support system to build a student-athlete

March 2, 2022
Becoming an athlete requires training, a proper diet and conditioning, but a person can’t become an athlete alone.
‘Built by Bama’: Why three local high school athletes stayed in Tuscaloosa

‘Built by Bama’: Why three local high school athletes stayed in Tuscaloosa

September 22, 2021
The University of Alabama is known for its athletic programs. For Rebecca Billman, Tommy Danner and Haleigh Sanders, there was another reason for their college decisions: They’re all from Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Alabama soccer standout Reyna Reyes plays in international spotlight

Alabama soccer standout Reyna Reyes plays in international spotlight

August 23, 2021

Alabama women’s soccer standout Reyna Reyes played on the Mexico women’s national football team this summer. Now, she’s back in Tuscaloosa representing the Crimson Tide.  Alabama holds a record...

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