- The Commercial DispatchMay 28 06:59 PM
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - The Alabama Crimson Tide (51-12) beat the Washington Huskies (39-14), 5-2 Saturday to win the 2016 NCAA Softball Tuscaloosa Super Regional being held at Rhoads Stadium this weekend and advance to its Southeastern Conference record 11th Women's College World Series.
- WHNT-TV HuntsvilleMay 30 08:53 PM
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (al.com) – Mitch Gaspard has resigned as Alabama’s head baseball coach after seven seasons. The Crimson Tide went 234-193 in Gaspard’s tenure, but missed the NCAA Tournament in three of those seasons. He took over for Jim Wells prior to the 2010 season and Alabama reached the Super Regional round, but had not reached that […]
- Seattle TimesMay 28 05:29 PM
The Crimson Tide ends the Huskies’ season for the second year in a row, this time in a 5-2 loss in the second game of their Super Regional in Tuscaloosa. Alabama moves on to the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City.
- Toledo News NowMay 28 07:53 PM
The following is a press release from Alabama Athletics:
- WSFA 12 MontgomeryMay 22 03:38 PM
The Alabama Crimson Tide beat the California Golden Bears, 8-0 to win the 2016 NCAA Softball Tuscaloosa Regional in Rhoads Stadium Sunday.
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- FOX 6 News BirminghamMay 28 09:59 AM
The following is a press release from the University of Alabama: The Alabama Crimson Tide (50-12) beat the Washington Huskies (39-14), 2-1 in eight innings Friday night to win game one of the 2016 NCAA Softball Tuscaloosa Super Regional being held at Rhoads Stadium this weekend.
- The Tuscaloosa NewsMay 28 07:03 PM
Patrick Murphy likes to say tradition never graduates.
- The Tuscaloosa NewsMay 27 09:51 PM
The University of Alabama softball team had to work overtime to take the first game in the best-of-three Tuscaloosa Super Regional on Friday night.
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- Toledo News NowMay 25 09:27 PM
The No. 9 Alabama baseball team fell, 4-1, to top-seeded Mississippi State on Wednesday evening at Hoover Metropolitan Stadium. With the loss the Crimson Tide sits at 32-25 on the season and 1-1 in the conference’s postseason tournament.
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