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SummerOfGeorge
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Alabama Women's Basketball moving closer to their first NCAA Tournament in 22 seasons
They are now 14-6 (7-6) and have a NET of 33 (that will probably move into the Top 30 tomorrow).

- 14-6 (7-6)
- #33 NET
- #32 RPI
- 4-5 Q1 Record
- 3-1 Q2 Record
- 7-6 vs Q1/Q2
- 7-0 vs Q3/Q4


Just a reminder of how bad Alabama Women's Basketball has been for most of the 21st century.

From 2003-2017
- 176-245 (42%)
- 42-168 (20%)
- Average Season: 13-19 (4-14)
- 1 winning season out of 14

2018-2021 (last 4 seasons)
- 70-51 (58%)
- 24-37 (39%)
- Average Season: 19-13 (7-11)
- 3 winning seasons out of 4



This post was edited on 2/18 at 6:16 pm


Sid E Walker
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If I remember correctly, Bama women’s basketball was one of our bright spots in the 90’s as far as sports were concerned. Men’s basketball was okay, baseball too.


SummerOfGeorge
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If I remember correctly, Bama women’s basketball was one of our bright spots in the 90’s as far as sports were concerned. Men’s basketball was okay, baseball too.



They were very good in the 1990s. Went to the NCAA Tournament every year between 1992-1999, Sweet 16 every year from 1994-1998, and the Final Four in 1994.


armytide373
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Final Four in 1994.

Need the men on board to end this imbalance


McGregor
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re: Alabama Women's Basketball moving closer to their first NCAA Tournament in 22 seasons
I barely remember the semi's game against LaTech. They were down 2 with the ball and stepped out of bounds trying to shoot a 3? Had to foul and lost by 4. Is that right?


Alabama_Fan
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re: Alabama Women's Basketball moving closer to their first NCAA Tournament in 22 seasons
Senior day for the ladies on Sunday. Unfortunately it’s also right in the middle of baseball and softball (with a forecast for great weather). Hope some fans turn out. Would be great to get back into the tournament after all these years. Roll Tide!

Next Up
Alabama will celebrate Senior Day on Sunday when it hosts the Mississippi State Bulldogs in Coleman Coliseum.
Tip is set for 2 p.m. CT on SEC Network+.


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quote:

If I remember correctly, Bama women’s basketball was one of our bright spots in the 90’s as far as sports were concerned


Niesa Johnson was one of my babysitters growing up. She was awesome.


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Chadaristic
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Nice job from Curry this year. It has been a really slow climb, but it looks like they should finally be able to punch their ticket this season.

Would be great if they could win one of these last three to really lock it up.


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Alabama Women's Basketball's Path to the the NCAA Tournament

The Crimson Tide women's team is attempting to make the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1999.


Alabama_Fan
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I guess it’s ok to use this thread for the remaining few games of the women’s basketball season? If it is more appropriate in the mega thread, I can move the links.

Senior day for the ladies today at 1 pm. It’s unfortunate that they are going head to head with softball and baseball with nice forecast to be outdoors.

If women’s basketball is your sport of choice:

Watch here on the ESPN app

Listen here on RollTide.com

Live stats here

Roll Tide!


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Alabama_Fan
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Ladies up 38-25 after Q2 vs Miss State


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re: Alabama Women's Basketball moving closer to their first NCAA Tournament in 22 seasons
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If I remember correctly, Bama women’s basketball was one of our bright spots in the 90’s as far as sports were concerned. Men’s basketball was okay, baseball too.

Somebody bring back Rick Moody!


SummerOfGeorge
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Somebody bring back Rick Moody!



LOL that 11-31 SEC record his last 3 seasons probably not what we are looking for


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SummerOfGeorge
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55-40 Alabama at the end of 3Q


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Ladies up 55-40 after Q3


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SummerOfGeorge
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NCAA Tournament here we come


SummerOfGeorge
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re: Alabama Women's Basketball moving closer to their first NCAA Tournament in 22 seasons
Ladies win 71-63


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Alabama_Fan
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From RollTide.com:

Women’s Basketball Rolls Past Mississippi State, 71-63, on Senior Day

On Senior Day, Alabama's big three combined for 54 points to lead the Crimson Tide offensively to a 71-63 win over Mississippi State in Coleman Coliseum. Alabama is now 15-6 overall and 8-6 against Southeastern Conference opponents, while the loss drops the Bulldogs to 8-7 overall and 4-6 in conference play.

Once again, Jasmine Walker was the team's leader in scoring with 20 points, while Ariyah Copeland was right behind with 19 points and 11 rebounds – making it her eighth double-double this season. Jordan Lewis added 15 points to the trio's scoring. Megan Abrams kept the Tide rolling with nine points, six rebounds and a career-high seven assists, and Hannah Barber added six assists compared to just one turnover.

Alabama shot over 50 percent in the first and fourth quarters with a final percentage of 47.6. The Tide also had a successful night distributing the ball, totaling for a combined 20 assists across the team. Alabama capitalized on the Bulldogs' 16 turnovers and kept a double-digit lead for the majority of the game to finish on top in Tuscaloosa.


Next Up

Alabama hosts No. 5/5 Texas A&M in the Tide's final home game of the 2020-21 season on Thursday.
Tip is set for 6 p.m. CT on SEC Network+.


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