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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

All content by Tony Tsoukalas
Tide lined up for success in 2012

Tide lined up for success in 2012

February 16, 2012

The spring season brings with it new styles. This season, the Crimson Tide’s baseball team will fashion a lineup based more on power than last season’s small-ball approach. The Tide only hit 23 home...

Baseball brings hope

February 15, 2012

Basketball was supposed to hold Tide fans over during the spring. This team was supposed to be special. While selfishness and wasted opportunity have seemingly sacked the Alabama basketball season, hope...

‘Finishing’ a good theme for football, but every sport?

February 8, 2012

I had a talk with chief copy editor John Davis on Monday about how, at Alabama, football is so entrenched in everyone’s mind that there is little room for other sports to develop their own identity....

Four reasons why New England Patriots will win the Superbowl

February 1, 2012

I make no apologies for being a New England sports fan. My dad grew up in Melrose, Mass., about seven miles north of Boston, and though I am from Houston, Texas, my dad ensured that I would grow up a fan...

Making a play for a fourth championship

Making a play for a fourth championship

January 24, 2012

Winning a national championship in any sport takes not only exceptional execution of plays, but also a well thought-out game plan. The University of Alabama Women’s wheelchair basketball team has won...

State continues winning streak

State continues winning streak

January 12, 2012

What has three national championships, two Heisman trophies, a dead tree and a passion that holds it all together? ­The state of Alabama. The Yellowhammer State serves as the home to the past three national...

Win ends calls for split title

Win ends calls for split title

January 11, 2012

Crimson and white confetti rained down on Alabama players. Head coach Nick Saban raised the crystal ball. Trent Richardson leapt into a sea of crimson-clad fans. There was no doubt the Alabama Crimson...

McCarron, Alabama take to air in victory

McCarron, Alabama take to air in victory

January 11, 2012

Heroes are born from great opportunities; they rise to the occasion when called upon and lead despite odds that may seem insurmountable. On Monday night, Crimson Tide quarterback AJ McCarron was Alabama’s...

Tide takes home title No.14

January 10, 2012

Zero. This word now has a special meaning for the Alabama Crimson Tide. Many believed the Tide had zero chance to make the BCS National Championship game after its loss to LSU on Nov. 5. Those same people...

Key Matchups: Rueben Randle vs. DeQuan Menzie

January 7, 2012

Although the LSU is seen as primarily a running oriented offense, there is no bigger weapon for the Tigers than wide receiver Rueben Randle. The 6-foot-4 junior has caught 50 passes for 904 yards and eight...

LSU has plenty of offensive options

January 7, 2012

The biggest question for the Alabama defense in Monday night’s BCS National Championship game will be how the Crimson Tide defends LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson and the Tigers speed-option attack....

Superdome ready for hectic few days

January 7, 2012

You will not find many people in New Orleans as busy as Doug Thornton, a vice president of SMG, the company that manages the Mercedes Benz Superdome and New Orleans Arena. Thornton and his crew must not...

Defense looks to come out on top in rematch

January 6, 2012

The Alabama Crimson Tide have waited two months to avenge their 9-6 loss to LSU on Nov. 5. For the Tide, the championship game cannot come soon enough, as players are excited both for a rematch and also...

Tyrann Mathieu tries to tease the Tide

Tyrann Mathieu tries to tease the Tide

January 6, 2012

As the days tick down to Monday’s highly anticipated BCS National Championship game, tensions are starting to rise between Alabama and LSU players. While both teams respect each other, each team features...

Key matchups: McCarron vs. Claiborne

January 5, 2012

It is no secret the identities of both Alabama and LSU revolve heavily on how they run the football. Both offenses play a smash-mouth style ground game that tends to wear opposing defenses down and open...

Tigers trying to trip Richardson up

January 5, 2012

The No. 1 mission for the LSU defense? Stop Trent Richardson. Tigers defensive coordinator John Chavis and key LSU defensive players talked Thursday about the importance of shutting down Alabama’s Heisman...

Offense looks to rebound after first meeting frustration

January 5, 2012

Offense definitely takes a back seat to defense in terms of the 2011 BCS National Championship game. In Alabama’s Nov. 5 meeting against the LSU, the Crimson Tide was frustrated by a stellar Tiger defense,...

Bama all business as team arrives in New Orleans

Bama all business as team arrives in New Orleans

January 5, 2012

Alabama players arrived at Louis Armstrong International Airport to the sound of the 3rd Line Brass Band, as the Crimson Tide was welcomed to a New Orleans Bowl Championship Series game for the second...

Film explores origins of SEC Championship

December 30, 2011

ESPNU’s documentary “The Play that Changed College Football,” which premieres tonight at 10 p.m. on ESPNU, takes fans through the creation of the first SEC Championship game in 1992 between Florida...

Tide fosters hope in long-range kicker

Tide fosters hope in long-range kicker

December 9, 2011

I still remember the horror stories as if my dad had told them to me just the other day. It feels as if I was there to watch as Red Sox first baseman Bill Buckner let the last out of game six of the 1986...

The Coliseum Congregation

December 6, 2011

Basketball is a truly great sport in that its combination of plays and variables can’t be scripted. The fact that anything can happen in a game is what makes the sport so exciting and electric for fans....

Still up for grabs

Still up for grabs

December 5, 2011

The Bowl Championship Series rankings answered the question on the minds of the entire college football landscape when it announced Sunday night that top-ranked LSU would be paired up against No. 2 Alabama...

By the numbers: Alabama vs. Auburn

By the numbers: Alabama vs. Auburn

November 29, 2011

203: Running back Trent Richardson rushed 27 times for 203 yards in Saturday’s Iron Bowl. Richardson’s rushing yards total was 63 yards more than Auburn gained the entire game.   78: Percentage...

Tide crush Auburn, claim Iron Bowl

November 26, 2011

AUBURN| The Crimson Tide took the motto, “never again” into the 2011 season after losing 28-27 in last year’s Iron Bowl. Saturday the Tide made true to its words, beating the Auburn Tigers 42-14....

The titans tumble

The titans tumble

November 21, 2011

Friday night the Crimson Tide was handed back something it lost almost a month ago at home – control. When Iowa State running back Jeff Woody found his way into the end zone to knock off then - No. 2...

Students sound off on Penn States scandal

Students sound off on Penn State’s scandal

November 15, 2011

Penn State University players and fans experienced something Saturday they hadn’t experienced in nearly 46 years – the absence of coach Joe Paterno. Paterno was fired Wednesday, Nov. 9 in the wake...

Tide beats Bulldogs, stays in title hunt

Tide beats Bulldogs, stays in title hunt

November 14, 2011

Alabama’s 24-7 win over Mississippi State was more than just another SEC game, it was an opportunity to show the nation that Alabama is still a member of the BCS elite and deserves a shot at the national...

Tide defeats UNF 64-44 in opener

November 12, 2011

TUSCALOOSA| The Alabama Crimson Tide overcame rust in its opener to beat North Florida 64-44 and earn its first victory of the season. Senior JaMychal Green led the tide with 18 points, while Tony Mitchell...

Tide suffers first loss of the season

November 6, 2011

TUSCALOOSA| For Alabama Saturday night’s 9-6 overtime loss to LSU was a story of missed opportunities. The Crimson Tide missed four field goals on the night, including a 52-yard attempt by Cade Foster...

Crimson Tide players self driven

Crimson Tide players self driven

October 24, 2011

Heading into halftime, Alabama experienced something it had not had to face all season. For the first time all year, Alabama began the second half without a lead. The Crimson Tide headed into the locker...

Grove vs. Quad

Grove vs. Quad

October 17, 2011

On my first gameday experience on the Quad as a freshman, I was floored by what I saw. It was by far the greatest and most intense football experience I had ever been a part of. Surely nothing could match...

Tide, Richardson rip Rebels

October 15, 2011

OXFORD| Alabama shut down the Ole Miss Rebels Saturday night, defeating the Rebels 52-7. However, the start of the game had many Tide fans in panic, as the Crimson Tide appeared destined for yet another...

Ajax offers quality burgers and Southern cooking in Oxford

Ajax offers quality burgers and Southern cooking in Oxford

October 13, 2011

Ole Miss is widely known as one of the most traditionally Southern schools in the nation. From being the former home of great Southern writer William Faulkner to being host to the SEC’s classic tailgating...

Tide rebounds from flat first half

Tide rebounds from flat first half

October 10, 2011

Vanderbilt limited the Crimson Tide in the first half. To a certain extent, the Commodores embarrassed the Tide, holding Alabama to just 14 points and 189 yards. Heisman candidate Trent Richardson was...

Tide Stomps Gators in Swamp

October 2, 2011

GAINSEVILLE| What looked like a possible stumbling block in Alabama’s season turned out to be one more stepping stone for the Crimson Tide, as the Tide beat Florida 38-10 to bring its record to 5-0 (2-0)....

Tonys Taste of the Town: Satchels Pizza, Florida

Tony’s Taste of the Town: Satchel’s Pizza, Florida

September 29, 2011

Florida’s offense is fast-paced and speed-oriented. However, if you are willing to slow down, Gainesville rewards those who are patient. Satchel’s, located on 1800 Northeast 23rd Avenue, is a local...

Three yards or a cloud of dust

September 19, 2011

Traditional running teams often play an offense described as three yards and a cloud of dust. Saturday night, Alabama running backs Trent Richardson and Eddie Lacy’s play could be described as three...

A pleasant time in Happy Valley

September 15, 2011

Perhaps the name Happy Valley should have given it away. After all, I wasn’t traveling to Death Valley or The Swamp. From the students on campus to historic Old Main and Beaver Stadium, State College,...

Tide cruises to 27-11 win over Penn State

Tide cruises to 27-11 win over Penn State

September 12, 2011

STATE COLLEGE| What started out as rough waters became easy sailing for the Alabama Crimson Tide, as the team defeated the Penn State Nittany Lions 27-11, moving Alabama to 2-0 on the season. Penn State...

A young gun takes charge

September 12, 2011

Alabama’s 27-11 win over Penn State on Saturday was hardly a shootout. However, it was gunslinger AJ McCarron, who stepped up big for Alabama, leading the Crimson Tide at quarterback in the first road...

Tonys Taste of the Town: A not-so-vanilla ice cream experience

Tony’s Taste of the Town: A not-so-vanilla ice cream experience

September 8, 2011

As the Crimson Tide heads into State College, Penn. this weekend, the team is bound to run into the deep tradition that is prevalent in the town. However, fans looking for tastes of tradition need not...

Tide finds new weapon in Maze

Tide finds new weapon in Maze

September 6, 2011

Much has been made about The University of Alabama’s potent run attack, with Heisman candidate Trent Richardson leading the way. However, Saturday’s game against Kent State showed the Crimson Tide...

The Soon-to-be Expanding Conference?

The Soon-to-be Expanding Conference?

August 25, 2011

The Southeastern Conference is recognized for its deep tradition, as well as its notable success in college football. However, talks earlier in the month regarding a possible expansion of the conference...

Tonys top five (a weekly list of fame and failure)

Tony’s top five (a weekly list of fame and failure)

July 20, 2011

5. Sparty, Michigan State As far as mascots go, Sparty is absolutely ripped. In a world of cute and cuddly, Sparty definitely breaks the mold. His six-pack abs and rocking headpiece let anyone traveling...

I’m Sorry Ms. Rowling, I Am For Real

July 13, 2011

I am not a hater. I am not religiously against it. I am not too cool for it. I am just not really that into Harry Potter. Call me a muggle, but I haven’t read the books; I think I saw a few of the movies,...

Lets make a basketball bargain: Chaos for coverage

July 6, 2011

Upon being promoted to sports editor at The Crimson White, one of the first problems brought to my attention were complaints by fans on the paper’s lack of basketball coverage last season. My initial...

Kristel Vourna earns a spot on Greek Olympic Team

June 15, 2011

Fresh off her NCAA Championship appearance, University of Alabama swimmer Kristel Vourna has earned a spot on the Greek 2011 World Championship team. The spot was earned after Vourna set a new Greek record...

Ain’t no thing but a summer fling

June 15, 2011

Well, that was awkward. And the next head softball coach for the University of Alabama will be… Patrick Murphy? The same Patrick Murphy who just left the Crimson Tide for its much-hated rival LSU? Am...

Kirani James repeats as NCAA champion

Kirani James repeats as NCAA champion

June 15, 2011

University of Alabama track star Kirani James has captured his second NCAA championship at 400 meters in as many years for the Tide, beating out Texas Tech runner Gil Roberts by .03 seconds to repeat as...

Tide falls short of World Series

Tide falls short of World Series

June 8, 2011

As Kevin Costner said in the movie “Bull Durham”: Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, sometimes it rains. It turns out not even rain could save the Alabama baseball team Monday as the Crimson Tide...

2011’s Southeastern Conference All-Name team

June 1, 2011

The Southeastern Conference baseball season is over for now; the player awards have been divvied out, All-SEC teams have been named and Florida has been crowned Champion. There is but one award left to...

Tuscaloosa residents struggle with gas shortages

April 28, 2011

Lines piled outside of the Chevron gas station Wednesday night on Lurleen Wallace as people gathered from various parts of Tuscaloosa and the surrounding areas to fuel up at one of the only open gas stations...

A wish list for the athletic department

April 25, 2011

I know it’s not that time of year, but I can’t help but jot down a list of the things I want this year. So this is my letter to that man with the rosy cheeks and white hair, with hopes that the University...

James leads on and off the track

James leads on and off the track

April 21, 2011

Since coming to the University of Alabama, Kirani James has done one thing – win. The talented sophomore has already rounded up a stash of accomplishments, including winning the NCAA 2010 men’s outdoor...

Coach crosses finish line in career

April 19, 2011

After 14 years as the head track coach at the University, Harvey Glance will step down at the end of the season. To truly appreciate everything that Glance has brought to track and field, it is important...

Teach me how to A-Day: A fan survival guide

April 14, 2011

For those of you out there who have never attended an A-Day game­­—freshmen, transfer students­­—or for anyone else attending Saturday’s game who hasn’t caught on to the intricacies of A-Day—girlfriends,...

Tide destroys Devils at home

Tide destroys Devils at home

April 13, 2011

The Alabama men’s baseball team won its second game in as many days, moving to 23-13 on the season, as the Crimson Tide defeated Mississippi Valley State 10-0 at Sewell-Thomas Stadium. Alabama got a...

Football anchors athletic department

Football anchors athletic department

April 10, 2011

College sports may appear to many to be a bustling business. However, a 2010 report by Transylvania University accounting professor Dan Fulks said it is quite the opposite. Out of the 1,200 plus schools...

Tide players display brotherly glove

Tide players display brotherly glove

April 6, 2011

To many, the Crimson Tide’s opening day blowout against Alcorn State on Feb. 18 was simply a solid start to the season. But to brothers James and Jeremiah Tullidge, it was much more. The game marked...

Razorbacks snap Tide’s winning streak

April 3, 2011

It had to end sometime. The Crimson Tide baseball team’s streak of seven straight SEC wins was ended Sunday, as Alabama fell to Arkansas 4-3 at Sewell-Thomas Stadium. “Arkansas did a good job today...

Streak snapped as Tide falls to Arkansas

Streak snapped as Tide falls to Arkansas

April 3, 2011

It had to end sometime. The Crimson Tide baseball team’s streak of seven straight SEC wins ended Sunday, as Alabama fell to Arkansas 4-3 at Sewell-Thomas Stadium. “Arkansas did a good job today and...

Bennetts single lifts Tide to win

Bennett’s single lifts Tide to win

March 30, 2011

Though the Crimson Tide did not have a spectacular day at the plate, it got the only hit that mattered as Alabama got a walk-off win against South Alabama on Wednesday at Sewell-Thomas Stadium. “One...

Tide rolls by Wildcats, continues streak

Tide rolls by Wildcats, continues streak

March 27, 2011

The Alabama baseball team completed its weekend sweep of Kentucky with an 8-3 win on Sunday. The win was the seventh in a row for the Crimson Tide, who has been surging since entering Southeastern Conference...

Tide stays hot, wins fourth straight

March 24, 2011

  The Alabama baseball team won its fourth straight game Wednesday afternoon as the Crimson Tide beat Jacksonville State 9-5 at Sewell-Thomas Stadium. After allowing a run in the first, the Tide offense...

Tide stays hot, wins fourth straight

Tide stays hot, wins fourth straight

March 23, 2011

The Alabama baseball team won its fourth straight game Wednesday afternoon as the Crimson Tide beat Jacksonville State 9-5 at Sewell-Thomas Stadium. After allowing a run in the first, the Tide offense...

Tide turns it around, sweeps Northwestern state

Tide turns it around, sweeps Northwestern state

March 6, 2011

The Alabama baseball team completed a weekend sweep of Northwestern State on Sunday, beating the Daemons 9-0. The Crimson Tide was aided by a strong effort on the mound by starting pitcher Tucker Hawley,...

Wilder dominates in hometown

February 21, 2011

View Photo GalleryIt took only two rounds for Deontay Wilder to knock out DeAndre Abron at Shelton State’s Umphrey Center on Saturday night. The victory moved the Tuscaloosa native to 15-0, all wins...

New look Tide going for sweep

February 20, 2011

The University of Alabama baseball team, dawned in a new throwback uniform, will look to complete its three-game sweep over Alcorn State. The Uniforms are a throw back to the uniforms of the early 90's,...

Tide completes sweep of Alcorn State

Tide completes sweep of Alcorn State

February 20, 2011

The Alabama baseball team wrapped up a three-game sweep of Alcorn State Sunday, beating the Braves 8-1. It was another impressive game for the Crimson Tide pitching staff, as Alabama allowed only two runs...

Pitching for success

February 17, 2011

They say pitching wins championships. The Alabama baseball team better hope “they” are right. After losing much of its heralded lineup, the Crimson Tide will rely on a pitching staff that looks to...

Infield Influx

February 17, 2011

After coming within a swing of the bat from reaching the College World Series last season, the Alabama baseball team will try to build on last year’s successful campaign. The Tide is forced to replace...

Tide notches top football recruiting class

February 2, 2011

It was a rollercoaster signing day for the University of Alabama, as the Crimson Tide turned in another stellar recruiting class. The 2011 class currently stands at 23 players and is rated as the top class...

Lacrosse team recruits new coach

January 12, 2011

The Alabama women’s lacrosse team is starting its seventh year poised to make huge strides both this season and in the future. Because lacrosse is not a NCAA-sanctioned sport at Alabama, the Crimson...

Iron Bowl thrills through the years

Iron Bowl thrills through the years

November 21, 2010

Around the country, there are a lot of bitter rivalries in college football. When Michigan and Ohio State play, the Ohio-Michigan border never seems so great. When Oklahoma takes on Texas, the two teams...

Grant: Year Two

November 17, 2010

Fast-paced defenses, highly-executed offenses, every man doing their job: these are some of the things Alabama fans have come to expect. In football. However, with the hiring of head basketball coach...

Tide continues winning streak at home

November 15, 2010

There is something about this place. Maybe it is the sound of 101,821 screaming fans, the tune of Dixieland Delight, or maybe it is the sight of a sea of red, all cheering for the Crimson Tide. Whatever...

Tide bounces back with win over MSU

November 14, 2010

The game after its heartbreaking loss to LSU, the Crimson Tide displayed one of its most spirited performances of the season beating Mississippi State 30-10. The Tide wore more than just its pride on its...

Defense braces for complex offense

November 10, 2010

The last time Alabama faced a Dan Mullen offense as potent as the one Mississippi State will bring to Tuscaloosa Saturday night, Tim Tebow was at quarterback. Just like the offense the Crimson Tide saw...

Tide ready for two-headed attack

Tide ready for two-headed attack

November 4, 2010

Alabama is coming off of a bye week, which gives the players ample time to rest and prepare for their next opponent. Bye weeks give teams a crucial advantage because they allow teams to focus an extra...

Tonys Taste of the Town- Baton Rouge

Tony’s Taste of the Town- Baton Rouge

November 3, 2010

Baton Rouge is notorious as a tough stay for the opposition. Most SEC teams dread the trip to Death Valley. However, it can be said that, if you can tough out the experience, the reward will be great....

Right tackle starter still in question

Right tackle starter still in question

November 3, 2010

Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban has yet to name a starter at the right tackle position for Saturday’s game against LSU. D.J. Fluker is coming back from a groin injury suffered during the South Carolina...

Ross an unsung offensive leader

Ross an unsung offensive leader

October 27, 2010

Many people may not know his name, and unless you pay attention to the game when Alabama has a big lead, you may have never seen him play. Despite not getting a start in his five years with the Crimson...

Tonys Taste of the Town – Knoxville

Tony’s Taste of the Town – Knoxville

October 21, 2010

The Alabama –Tennessee rivalry is anything but hospitable. However, just because the rivalry is bitter does not mean fans attending the game must deal with the hostility the whole time they are in Knoxville....

Tide looks to end road woes

October 20, 2010

The Crimson Tide cannot control where it’s ranked in the BCS standing. The Tide cannot control if teams ranked higher win or lose. The only thing Alabama can control right now is itself, and the team’s...

Homecoming games full of classics

October 15, 2010

Homecoming tradition at the Capstone has been an important part of the fall football schedule since the 1920s. The first Alabama Homecoming was held on Nov. 11, 1920, two years after World War I ended....

Bama adjusts lineup due to injuries

Bama adjusts lineup due to injuries

October 12, 2010

Last week’s game against South Carolina not only handed the Crimson Tide its first loss but also saw starting right tackle D.J. Fluker go down with a groin injury. The Tide will look to junior offensive...

Tonys Taste of the Town: Columbia

Tony’s Taste of the Town: Columbia

October 7, 2010

Alabama is back on the road as the Crimson Tide heads to Columbia, S.C., in a highly touted matchup against the University of South Carolina Gamecocks. While the Tide may not be able to relax, Columbia...

Intensity rises as Gators come to UA

Intensity rises as Gators come to UA

September 29, 2010

One thing Alabama head coach Nick Saban said about the Crimson Tide’s narrow escape in Fayetteville, Ark., was that his team did not play with enough intensity early on in the game. Intensity will most...

Tonys Taste of the Town: Fayetteville

Tony’s Taste of the Town: Fayetteville

September 23, 2010

As the Crimson Tide prepares for the upcoming SEC schedule, fans can anticipate the barbecue and down-home cooking of SEC country. Fayetteville, Ark., serves as a perfect venue to start the SEC food schedule...

Hightower faces old nemesis

Hightower faces old nemesis

September 21, 2010

A year ago The Crimson Tide saw linebacker Dont’a Hightower on the ground wincing in pain. Tide fans remember all too well the play against Arkansas last season, when Hightower tore both his ACL and...

Tonys Taste of the Town- Durham, N.C.

Tony’s Taste of the Town- Durham, N.C.

September 17, 2010

Durham, N.C., is not a typical venue for Alabama football, but while Crimson Tide fans might not be accustomed to the trip to Duke, there’s reason to rejoice for fans making the journey. The Washington...

Tide prepares for challenges on the road

Tide prepares for challenges on the road

September 15, 2010

Saturday will be a transition in many ways for the Crimson Tide. Not only will this weekend’s trip to Durham, N.C., be the team’s first road game of the season, but there will also be a difference...

Tide fans rejoice as GameDay curse is lifted

Tide fans rejoice as GameDay ‘curse’ is lifted

September 12, 2010

ESPN’s College GameDay arrived in Tuscaloosa for the first time since 2007, when heartbreak struck Alabama fans, as the Crimson Tide lost to Georgia in overtime. Saturday, Tide fans experienced a better...

Saban pleased with talks regarding agents

Saban pleased with talks regarding agents

August 26, 2010

The early theme of the 2010 college football season has centered around agents and their dealings with student athletes. Alabama head coach Nick Saban voiced his disgust with agents at the SEC Media Days...

Men’s cross-country coach discusses overseas recruitment

August 24, 2010

After winning the Southeastern Conference title for the second straight year last season, the Alabama men’s cross country team has become the class of the conference. A third-place finish at nationals,...

Tide rallies back to sweep Bulldogs

Tide rallies back to sweep Bulldogs

April 26, 2010

Good things come to those who wait. That can be said of the University of Alabama baseball team’s weekend. The Crimson Tide waited through bad weather to finish off Mississippi State in the first game...

Rested Tide looks to rebound against Bulldogs

April 22, 2010

Fresh off of being swept last weekend by the LSU Tigers, the Alabama baseball team will head into what the team is referring to as a “make or break” part of the season as they begin a weekend series...

Tide, Dugas look to prove themselves against LSU

April 15, 2010

It has been a roller coaster ride lately for coach Mitch Gaspard and the Alabama baseball team. Throughout the last three weeks the Tide has struggled to maintain consistency, going 6-11 since March 21....

Tide duo shines in loss to Ole Miss

April 11, 2010

The Alabama women’s tennis team fell to No. 18 Ole Miss 4-1 on Sunday. The loss places the Tide at 9-11, 2-8 SEC for the season. “They are a talented team. We knew it was going to be a fight either...

Kelton shines in first year as starter

April 8, 2010

As a red-shirted freshman last year, Alabama designated hitter Jon Kelton appeared in only 15 games. This season, Kelton has not only become a regular starter for the Tide, but also led the nation in on-base...

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