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2019 SEC Softball
TEAM SEC ALL
  L.S.U. 13-5 36-9
  Alabama 11-4 42-4
  Tennessee 10-5 32-8
  Ole Miss 9-5 30-11
  Florida 9-6 36-9
  Auburn 9-6 33-10
  Kentucky 9-9 26-17
  Missouri 7-8 24-18
  So. Car. 7-10 31-12
  Arkansas 6-9 31-14
  Georgia 5-10 30-14
  Miss. St. 3-12 25-17
  Texas A&M 3-12 25-18
SEC Baseball 2019
East Division
TEAM SEC ALL
  Georgia 10-5 29-8
  Vanderbilt 9-6 27-9
  Missouri 7-7 25-12
  Tennessee 6-9 26-11
  Florida 6-9 24-14
  So. Car. 4-11 21-19
  Kentucky 4-11 20-16
West Division
TEAM SEC ALL
  Miss. St. 10-5 31-6
  Texas A&M 9-5 27-10
  Arkansas 9-6 26-10
  Ole Miss 9-6 25-12
  L.S.U. 9-6 24-13
  Auburn 8-7 24-12
  Alabama 4-11 23-14
SEC Football 2019
East Division
TEAM SEC ALL
  Georgia 0-0 0-0
  Florida 0-0 0-0
  So. Car. 0-0 0-0
  Tennessee 0-0 0-0
  Kentucky 0-0 0-0
  Missouri 0-0 0-0
  Vanderbilt 0-0 0-0
West Division
TEAM SEC ALL
  Alabama 0-0 0-0
  Texas A&M 0-0 0-0
  Miss. St. 0-0 0-0
  L.S.U. 0-0 0-0
  Auburn 0-0 0-0
  Ole Miss 0-0 0-0
  Arkansas 0-0 0-0
2019-2020 SEC
Men's Basketball
TEAM SEC ALL
  L.S.U. 0-0 0-0
  Tennessee 0-0 0-0
  Kentucky 0-0 0-0
  Auburn 0-0 0-0
  So. Car. 0-0 0-0
  Miss. St. 0-0 0-0
  Ole Miss 0-0 0-0
  Florida 0-0 0-0
  Alabama 0-0 0-0
  Arkansas 0-0 0-0
  Texas A&M 0-0 0-0
  Missouri 0-0 0-0
  Georgia 0-0 0-0
  Vanderbilt 0-0 0-0
2019-2020 SEC
Women's Basketball
TEAM SEC ALL
  Miss. St. 0-0 0-0
  So. Car. 0-0 0-0
  Texas A&M 0-0 0-0
  Kentucky 0-0 0-0
  Missouri 0-0 0-0
  Auburn 0-0 0-0
  Georgia 0-0 0-0
  Tennessee 0-0 0-0
  L.S.U. 0-0 0-0
  Arkansas 0-0 0-0
  Alabama 0-0 0-0
  Ole Miss 0-0 0-0
  Florida 0-0 0-0
  Vanderbilt 0-0 0-0

Men’s Golf in Tie for First at Shoal Creek Invitational, Play Suspended Due to Darkness...

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Crimson Tide Men's Golf:

SHOAL CREEK, Ala.

The No. 24 Alabama men's golf team finished the opening round of play at the Shoal Creek Invitational with a 3-under par 285, the team's second-lowest round of the spring season.

As a result, the Crimson Tide was in a tie for first overall when play was halted due to darkness just prior to the start of the second round.

Teams will resume play Tuesday morning, picking up where they were on the golf course when action was stopped.

The 15-team field will then flow directly into the event's third and final round.

The tournament's schedule was forced to change format due to heavy rains in the area that saturated the course.

The Crimson Tide didn't tee off Monday's first round until 12:45 p.m. CT.

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Walk-Off Win Caps Series Sweep for Alabama Over Georgia Monday in Tuscaloosa...

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Crimson Tide Softball:

Sophomore Kaylee Tow provided the biggest hit of the night for Alabama softball Monday at Rhoads Stadium, dropping a walk-off RBI single into left field to give the Crimson Tide the 4-3 win over Georgia, capping a series sweep.

Alabama (42-4, 11-4 SEC) built an early 3-0 lead, helped by three costly Georgia (30-14, 5-10 SEC) errors.

The Bulldogs tied it up with an RBI double and two-run home run in the fifth before a three-base error in the bottom of the seventh set up

Tow for the walk-off single. It was the Tide's second walk-off win of the season and the series sweep is Alabama's first over the Bulldogs since 2011.

In her first game action since March 24, freshman Montana Fouts threw 4.0 shutout innings in the start, fanning seven batters with just one hit allowed.

Junior Sarah Cornell (17-1) ultimately picked up the win in relief, her second of the weekend, retiring all seven batters she faced.

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Rowing Wins Five Medals at the Sunshine State Invitational...

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Crimson Tide Athletics:

SARASOTA, Fla.;

On the final day of racing at the Sunshine State Invitational, No. 18 Alabama rowing captured five medals, spanning five possible Grand Finals, walking away with four gold medals and one silver medal in Sarasota, Fla.

"We saw some solid performances this morning," UA head coach Glenn Putyrae said. 


"We felt that the racing was going to be tight through the first thousand, so we challenged all of our crews to row a more committed third-500 and saw some good execution, especially from the eights and 2V4+."

On the first day of racing, Alabama sent five crews to today's grand finals, winning its heat in four of five possible entries.

Alabama's First Varsity 8+ started the day racing Central Florida, conference-foes Kansas and Kansas State, Louisville and SMU. The Tide picked up the win with a 6:30.20, grabbing its first gold medal of the day.

Alabama's Second Varsity 8+ also secured gold, finishing three seconds (6:40.20) ahead of second-place Kansas State. The Tide's Third Varsity 8+ was up next, grabbing another gold medal with a 6:52.50 finish.

Alabama's Third Varsity 4+ rounded up a first-place finish (7:47.90) in its Petite Final, before the Second Varsity 4+ captured the Tide's fourth and final gold medal of the day with a 7:33.10 finish.

Alabama's First Varsity 4+ wrapped up competition in Sarasota with a silver-medal finish of 7:26.09.

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Football’s Second Scrimmage of Spring in the Books...

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Crimson Tide Football:

The Alabama football team completed its second scrimmage of the spring Saturday afternoon inside Bryant-Denny Stadium in a two-hour session.

"The guys that have played around here and have been good players, know how to compete, they've been in big arenas before, they have mental toughness, they play with discipline," Alabama head coach Nick Saban said. 


"We have a high expectation for how those guys play, and those guys don't disappoint us. They didn't disappoint us today."

"The big thing that we wanted to see today was we have a lot of young players on our team that have a chance to contribute to the team and play winning football. I think the biggest thing that we've been trying to emphasize with them is the mental part of the game is so important. Your ability to focus, mental intensity, your ability to prepare properly, so you know what to do, how to do it,"

"Why it's important to do it that way, and we were anxious to see more guys be able to go out there and play with the kind of intangibles that would allow them to play winning football. Now I haven't watched the film yet, but I wasn't totally pleased with the way some of those guys made improvement and came along."

"It's a work in progress, so wherever they are, we are going to keep working with them and try to get them where they need to be. We were hopeful that we would make a little more progress."

The scrimmage lasted roughly 135 plays under sunny skies and temperatures in the high 70s.

The Crimson Tide will have Sunday and Monday off before returning to practice on Tuesday and Thursday next week to make final preparations for Saturday's A-Day Game.

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Track and Field Posts Trio of Wins at Battle on the Bayou...

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Crimson Tide Track & Field:

BATON ROUGE, La.;

The Alabama track and field squad posted a strong showing at the Battle on the Bayou in Baton Rouge, La., Saturday, picking up three wins and 14 top-five finishes.

The Crimson Tide closed the meet with a win in the 4x400-meter relay, with juniors D'Jai Baker and Symone Darius, sophomore Daija Lampkin and junior Katie Funcheon combining to run a 3:34.11 and finishing more than a second ahead of the field.

Senior Haley Teel won the women's shot put with a 54-07.50 (16.65m), finishing more than a foot better than second place, while sophomore Nickolette Dunbar was third after a toss of 51-10.50 (15.81m).

Earlier in the day, senior Portious Warren and Teel took second and fourth in the discus, respectively. Warren posted a 179-02 (54.62m), while Teel went 159-02 (48.51m).

Junior Mauricia Prieto won the women's 100 meters with a time of 11.30, while junior Alize Ford took third in the men's 100 with a time of 10.30.

Ford also took third overall and second among collegians in the 200 meters after posting a 20.53.

The Crimson Tide's 4x100-meter relay of Lampkin, Prieto, Darius and sophomore Tamara Clark posted the fastest collegiate time of the meet, going 43.79 and taking second overall.

Alabama was the only collegiate team under 44 seconds on the day.

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Baseball Falls in Extra Innings to South Carolina, 5-4...

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Crimson Tide Baseball:

An extra-innings affair between Alabama baseball and South Carolina favored the Gamecocks, 5-4, as SC earned the Saturday victory in 12.

Following the series finale, the Crimson Tide sits at 22-11 overall, 4-8 in Southeastern Conference play.

"It was obviously a really, really tough way to lose in a good college baseball game," said Alabama head coach Brad Bohannon.

"I was really proud of the way our guys battled back after being down 4-0 in the second. Our bullpen was outstanding, putting up nine consecutive zeroes, which was huge and gave us a chance to get back in there."

To their credit, (Brett) Kerry came in was outstanding. He just threw a bunch of strikes with all three of his pitches. South Carolina made some great defensive plays, and they were just able to do a little bit more than us."

The Crimson Tide was tasked with overcoming an early 4-0 deficit but was able to do so, scoring two in the third and two in the fifth to make it a 4-4 game after five innings.

The Tide bullpen provided a commendable effort, keeping SC off the board from the third inning until the 12th.

Alabama's relievers did not allow a hit from the fifth inning on, but a walk and two wild pitches in the final inning of play led South Carolina to the win.

Freshman reliever Brett Kerry (3-1) came away with the victory thanks to 5.2 scoreless innings of relief for the Gamecocks.

Alabama's Deacon Medders (2-2) suffered the loss. The junior reliever tossed 3.0 frames and issued one walk while striking out four but was pinned with the SC go-ahead run.

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