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mrbroker
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this should be amended to add Gymnastics. Had highest score of the year by a wide margin and beat LSU. Wow. Beating the whoville tigers at anything is a great day my friend


TidalSurge1
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Alabama Gymnastics Minithread
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MoarKilometers
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It was the second medal of the night for both Antoniou and Dupre went one-two in the 50 freestyle, with Antoniou winning in a time of 21.69, while Dupre went 21.82.

Both tied for the top seed tonight in the 100 free. With 1 other girl finalling in this event, our 400 free relay tonight is looking skrong. Finally have a diver in the finals tonight as well. We may actually be able to sneak by UGA for 3rd. 4th wouldn't disappoint me much. It has been a pretty good meet for our girls.


phil4bama
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Rhyan was also SEC Swimmer of the Meet.


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SummerOfGeorge
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MoarKilometers


What are your general feelings about the state of the swim programs right now Moar?


Alabama_Fan
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Alabama Women Close SEC Swimming and Diving Championships with Three More Gold Medals

The Crimson Tide posted its best team finish since 2003, taking fourth place with 973 points, while Rhyan White earned SEC Swimmer of the Meet honors and the SEC Commissioner’s Trophy

The Alabama women closed the Southeastern Conference Swimming and Diving Championships with three more gold medals Saturday, boosting the Crimson Tide into fourth place with 973 points, its best team finish since 2003 and three spots better than last season.


Up Next

With the women's championships in the book, the men swinging into action on Tuesday, Feb. 23 in Columbia, Mo.


TidalSurge1
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From UofA Media Relations
The gold rush continued for the Alabama women on day three of the Southeastern Conference Swimming and Diving Championships being held in Athens, Ga., and Columbia, Mo., this week.
• Rhyan White, who won two individual golds a year ago at this meet, added two more individual titles on Friday, taking top honors in the 100 butterfly with a 50.94, before coming back less than hour later to win her second-consecutive SEC 100 backstroke title with a 50.36.
• Diana Petkova, who joined the Tide for the spring semester, took bronze in the 100 breaststroke with a 59.16, ranking her third all-time at UA.
• Tanesha Lucoe capped the night for the Tide with a silver medal finish off the platform, totaling 280.60 points over five dives.
• Alabama remains in third place in the team standings, with Florida (779) in first and Kentucky (771) in second after day three.

Interim Head Coach Ozzie Quevedo
“We just continue to roll this week. We had a very good morning and that set us up well for tonight. We are so proud of Rhyan, Diana and Tanesha for making it to the medal podium, but really everyone has been focused on getting back at night and scoring points for the team. We’ve got one more day to go and we have to continue to fight for every fraction of a second and every point.”

Inside the Scoresheet
• Along with White’s title, Gracie Felner (52.86) took 8th, Maria Reed (54.22) took 16th and Flora Molnar (53.23) won the C final and took 17th overall in the 100 butterfly
• In addition to a gold medal from White, Morgan Liberto (52.96) and Abigail Koczo (53.06) scored in the 100 backstroke, taking first and second in the B final, finishing 9th and 10th overall
• In addition to Petkova, Cat Wright (1:00.11) took seventh and Jocelyn Fisher (1:01.42) was 23rd in the 100 breaststroke
• Sydney Carlson scored in the 400 individual medley to open the night, taking seventh in the C final and 23rd overall with a 4:17.10
• In addition to Lucoe, Halia Bower also scored off the platform, taking 24th with 173.25 points over five dives
• The Tide’s 400 medley relay of White, Petkova, Gracie Felner and Cora Dupre took fourth place with a time of 3:30.81

Men’s Diving
While the men’s swimming event gets underway on Tuesday in Columbia, Mo., the men’s diving is underway this week
• Kevin Li scored for the Tide off the 3-meter springboard, taking 13th with a score of 337.95

Up Next
The women’s swimming portion of the SEC Championships conclude on Saturday with another full day of events
• In Athens, the women finish things off with the 200 backstroke, 100 freestyle, 200 breaststroke, 200 butterfly and 1,650 freestyle, along with the 400 freestyle relay
• In Columbia, men’s diving closes their week with the platform.
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Alabama_Fan
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Women’s tennis today at - you guessed it - 1 pm. So it’s in direct competition with baseball, softball, and women’s basketball. If women’s tennis is your sport of choice, looks like you can watch a video stream today:

Watch here


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Alabama_Fan
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Men’s wheelchair basketball takes down the barn!

Game one: Bama 72 auburn 55
Game two: Bama 68 auburn 46

For the ladies’ Crimson and White game:
Crimson 63
White 47

The website is not easy to navigate (I think they must rely more on social media) so I can’t tell what’s next. Live streams are available for most games on:

https://crimsontideonline.com


TideSaint
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Final results of women’s SEC Swimming

1. Kentucky 1124
2. Florida 1071
3. Georgia 999
4. Alabama 973
5. Tennessee 934
6. Texas A&M 839
7. Missouri 614.5
8. Arkansas 595
9. Auburn 510
10. LSU 390.5
11. South Carolina 276
12. Vanderbilt 154


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FleshEatingSalsa
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TideSaint


Email me soon. I can’t find your address and wanted to send you something funny.


TideSaint
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Sent.

You have my cell number you know.


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Alabama_Fan
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No. 23 Alabama Men’s Tennis Falls to No. 20 South Carolina, 5-2

The No. 23-ranked Alabama men's tennis team fell at No. 20 South Carolina Sunday afternoon by a score of 5-2. The Crimson Tide is now 8-4 on the season while the Gamecocks go to 6-2.

Alabama won the doubles point with victories by Patrick Kaukovalta and Riccardo Roberto over No. 44-ranked Daniel Rodrigues and Connor Thomson at No. 1 and Gabriel Diaz Freire and Zhe Zhou over No. 59 Raphael Lambling and Phillip Jordan at No. 2. Roberto also picked up a win at No. 5 singles.

Up Next

After opening the SEC season on the road at Florida and South Carolina this weekend, Alabama returns home next weekend to face Kentucky (Friday) and Vanderbilt (Sunday)
The Kentucky match starts at 6 p.m. CT, while the Vanderbilt contest starts at 1 p.m. CT

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MoarKilometers
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What are your general feelings about the state of the swim programs right now Moar?

Man... it's hard to read under a regime change. I absolutely adored the work our last coaches did, not even gonna hide my bias. I think coley and Ozzie were gonna be good for our results, but got thrown a curveball. I have less faith in our next coach, being entirely unproven. Bated breathe is my best description before our men swim at SECs. Cautiously optimistic we can maintain top 12 type success, with Saban aura shining on everyone.

I feel our women have made marked improvements in the last 20 months. Hoping it balances out, but I'm willing to accept to be the lesser program lol. Top 15 team is beyond acceptable to me, as a realist. Multiple top 10s by the men has been ecstatic.


Alabama_Fan
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Tough weekend for Bama tennis....

Alabama Women’s Tennis Falls to No. 20 South Carolina, 4-2

The Alabama women's tennis team pushed No. 20 South Carolina early and tied the match at 2-2 before losing a tough-fought match 4-2 Sunday afternoon at the Alabama Tennis Facility. Alabama is now 9-3 on the season, while South Carolina is 4-5.

After dropping the doubles point and No. 5 singles to the Gamecocks to go down 0-2, Alabama rallied with straight-set wins from Alba Cortina Pou at No. 4 and Sydney Riley at No. 6 Moka Ito stretched No. 34-ranked Mia Horvit to three sets, while Sasha Gorchanyuk forced No. 30 Megan Davies to extra games in both her sets.


Up Next
After opening Southeastern Conference competition at home, the Crimon Tide takes to the road next weekend, facing Kentucky on Friday and Vanderbilt on Sunday



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Alabama_Fan
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Alabama Men’s Swimming Opens SEC Championships Tuesday in Columbia

This season marks the first time since the mid-80s that the men and women swimmers have competed at separate sites, with the women competing last week in Athens, Ga., while the men’s and women’s diver competed last week in Columbia, Mo.


COLUMBIA, Mo. – The Alabama men's swimmers get the Southeastern Conference Swimming and Diving Championships underway Tuesday in Columbia, Mo.

The women's portion of the championships finished last Saturday, with the Crimson Tide posting its best finished since 2003, taking fourth place. The men's diving squad has also completed competition, with Kevin Li leading Alabama with an eighth-place finish off the 1-meter board.

This season marks the first time since 1986 that the men's and women's meets are being held at different sites and different weeks.

With fewer swimmers at each site, the meet has contracted from five days to four. The men's meet starts Tuesday at 5 p.m. CT with the 200 medley and 800 freestyle relays, before beginning a full slate of events on Wednesday with prelims starting at 10 a.m. CT and finals at 6 p.m. CT.

Interim Head Coach Ozzie Quevedo Said
"After watching the women's meet and the diving last week and how well the Crimson Tide competed over those four days, our men are hungry to get out there and lay it all on the line. We're super proud of how the women and the divers did last week, and we can't wait to keep that success rolling here in Columbia. Just like with the women last week, this is a different look and feel for this championship, but we are beyond grateful to have the opportunity to compete and take part in one of the fastest meets in the nation each year."

Going to the 'Ship
A total of 13 men are making a return trip to the SEC Championships this week, including Jonathan Berneburg, Cole Brown, Nicholas Perera, Nico Perner, Colton Stogner, Cam Auerbach, Liam Bell, Derek Maas, Matt Menke, Riley VanMeter, Cade Auerbach, Sam DiSette and Alex Robinson

The Crimson Tide's 2021 roster also includes seven men who are making their first trip to the SEC Championships - Matt King, Jake Marcum, Christopher O'Connor, Kacper Piotrowski, Andrew Shea, Trey Sheils and Eric Stelmar

20 members of the Tide's roster will be in Columbia this week for the swimming portion of the championships, while two –Hunter Jaynes and Kevin Li – competed last week in the diving events in Columbia

Li scored in all three diving events, taking eighth off the 1-meter springboard, 12th off the platform and 13th off the 3-meter springboard

Jaynes scored off the 1-meter, taking 24th, and off the platform, taking 20th
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Alabama_Fan
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2021 SEC Men's Swimming & Diving Community Service Team

The SEC sponsors Community Service Teams for all 21 league sponsored sports. The Community Service Team looks to highlight an athlete from each school who gives back to their community in superior service efforts. The 2021 SEC Men's Swimming & Diving Community Service Team is as follows:

Cole Brown, Junior, Alabama
Brown led the Crimson Tide men's team in community service hours for the second year in a row as a junior, earning a spot on the SEC Swimming and Diving Community Service Team for the second year as well. He has given of his time to Habitat for Humanity, the Crimson Tide's Halloween Extravaganza, the Alberta Head Start, the Trunk or Treat event as well as Project Angel Tree. As a member of Alabama's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), Brown also helps direct the Crimson Tide's overall community service efforts. A two-year member of Alabama's SEC Championship squad, Brown has been named to the Dean's List (3.5-or-better grade point average) throughout his Alabama career.

Cheers to Cole!



TidalSurge1
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cdur86
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Final results of women’s SEC Swimming

1. Kentucky 1124 2. Florida 1071 3. Georgia 999 4. Alabama 973 5. Tennessee 934 6. Texas A&M 839 7. Missouri 614.5 8. Arkansas 595 9. Auburn 510 10. LSU 390.5 11. South Carolina 276 12. Vanderbilt 154


What in the world happened to Auburn's swim dynasty? I am considering this a win versus the barn. So we have dominated them in all sports in the 20-21 academic year so far. Let's hope softball and baseball continue that


MoarKilometers
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What in the world happened to Auburn's swim dynasty?

Dave Marsh leaving, over a dozen years ago. We've been the best college swim team in state for a little over a half decade or so.


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