Alabama Crimson Tide News for March 1, 2014
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Ragin' Cajuns shut down Alabama again [$]

LAFAYETTE, La. | The No. 21 Alabama baseball team was shutout for the second straight day, falling to the No. 10 Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns, 6-0, as Carson Baranik and Matt Plitt combined to limit the Crimson Tide to three hits.

Alabama softball sweeps second day of Classic [$]

Fifty-one home runs and Kaila Hunt isn't slowing down.

University of Alabama roundup

The Alabama men's tennis team overcame a two-point deficit , but was unable to get the final point as No. 16 Mississippi State came away with a 4-3 victory on Saturday at the A.J. Pitts Tennis Centre. With the loss, the Crimson Tide stands at 6-6 overall and 0-1 in Southeastern Conference play, while the win lifts the Bulldogs to 11-4 overall and 1-0 against league opponents.

CECIL HURT: Alabama, Anthony Grant have something to smile about,...

One of the complaints that one frequently hears about University of Alabama basketball coach Anthony Grant — and rest assured, the complainers have a lengthy laundry list — is that he lacks emotion.

HURT: Big win gives Grant, Tide reason to smile [$]

One of the complaints that one frequently hears about University of Alabama basketball coach Anthony Grant - and rest assured, the complainers have a lengthy laundry list - is that he lacks emotion.

Kaila Hunt's homer enough to lead Alabama softball over Florida...

Fifty-one home runs and Kaila Hunt isn’t slowing down. The Alabama second baseman notched her 51st in the No. 10 Crimson Tide’s 1-0 victory over No. 9 Florida State on Saturday in the Easton Crimson Classic at Rhoads Stadium.

Shafontaye Myers to be honored on Senior Day

A few constants can be found in the small Alabama town of Newbern, just like in any other town. There are houses where people live, stores where people shop, and a post office where people can send and receive mail. But unlike many other towns, there is not much else to be found in Newbern.

Alabama dominates Auburn from the start [$]

It is a modest 152 miles from Tuscaloosa to Auburn, but something along the way certainly seems to sap the energy out of basketball teams.

Alabama basketball pours it on in win against Auburn

It is a modest 152 miles from Tuscaloosa to Auburn, but something along the way certainly seems to sap the energy out of basketball teams. In what was essentially a complete reversal of this season’s first meeting between Alabama and Auburn on the AU campus, the Crimson Tide took its turn at home to hand out a beating, rolling past Auburn 74-57 in a contest that UA controlled from the opening two minutes.

Teammates visit Alabama [$]

Greater Atlanta Christian teammates Darius Slayton and Micah Abernathy discuss Junior Day at Alabama.

Softball. Alabama Defeats Florida State and Houston on Day Two...

Alabama softball maintained its perfect weekend at the Easton Crimson Classic Saturday, defeating No. 9 Florida State, 1-0, and Houston, 12-1.

W. Soccer. Soccer Team Opens Spring Slate With Two Wins

The Alabama soccer team opened the 2014 spring campaign with a pair of shutout victories on Saturday. The Crimson Tide defeated Montevallo, 5-0, in the morning match, followed by a 1-0 defeat over West Alabama in the afternoon.

Track & Field, Cross Country. Batson, Green Win SEC Titles for...

The University of Alabama track and field collected a pair of individual conference titles Saturday to bring its total to three for the weekend on the final day of competition at the SEC Indoor Championships at Texas A&M in College Station, Texas.

Lousiana Lafayette shuts down Tide 6-0

LAFAYETTE, La. -- No. 10 Lousiana Lafayette built an early lead Saturday and Carson Baranik and Matt Plitt shut down No. 21 Alabama to lead Ragin Cajuns to a 6-0…Click to Continue »

Bama Basketball Rolls Over Auburn [$]

Two basketball teams likely going nowhere after the SEC Tournament next month met at Tuscaloosa’s Coleman Coliseum Saturday. That fact, likely due to the game being the “Iron Bowl of Basketball,” didn’t stop 13,499 people from showing up to see Alabama defeat Auburn, 73-57.

Alabama makes 10 [$]

Cameron Ordway was shocked on Saturday when he received an offer from Alabama on his visit for the Tide's Junior Day.

Rivals100 LB talks Tide [$]

The Crimson Tide entertained several elite prospects on Saturday for Junior Day. One of the best was Georgia native Roquan Smith

Levi Randolph leads Alabama past Auburn 73-57

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Levi Randolph looked like a different player from the last Auburn game. Ditto for Alabama as a team.Click to Continue »

M. Basketball. Alabama Men's Basketball Postgame Notes vs. Auburn...

M. Basketball. Alabama Men's Basketball Postgame Notes vs. Auburn - March 1

Baseball. No. 21 Alabama Baseball Drops Game Two of Series to...

The No. 21 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide was shutout for the second straight day, falling to the No. 10 ranked Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin Cajuns, 6-0, as Carson Baranik and Matt Plitt combined to limit the Crimson Tide to three hits.

M. Basketball. Alabama Men's Basketball Quotes vs. Auburn - March...

M. Basketball. Alabama Men's Basketball Quotes vs. Auburn - March 1

Boulware talks Junior Day [$]

Georgia offensive lineman receives confirmation from Alabama head coach Nick Saban during Junior Day visit.

M. Basketball. Men's Basketball Beats Auburn, 73-57

The Alabama men's basketball team got off to a strong start against in-state rival Auburn and never let up, rolling to a 73-57 win over the Tigers.

M. Tennis. Men's Tennis Falls Short at No. 16 Mississippi State,...

The men's tennis team overcame a 3-1 deficit to tie the match at 3-3, but was unable to get the final point as No. 16 Mississippi State came away with a 4-3 victory on Saturday at the A.J. Pitts Tennis Centre. With the loss, the Crimson Tide stands at 6-6 overall and 0-1 in Southeastern Conference play, while the win lifts the Bulldogs to 11-4 overall and 1-0 against league opponents.

W. Basketball. Crimson Tide Hosts No. 23 Tigers in Final Game...

The women's basketball team (13-15, 6-9 SEC) hosts No. 23 LSU (18-10, 7-8 SEC) in the final regular season game of the 2013-14 season on Sunday at 1 p.m. CT in Foster Auditorium. The game will air live on SEC TV with Cara Capuano and Nell Fortner calling the action.

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