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Alabama Adapted Athletics: UA Men With a Tiger Takedown Over the Weekend

The University of Alabama adapted men’s basketball team continued their winning ways over this past weekend with two big victories over the Auburn Tigers. The final score in Friday’s game was 72-55. Saturday’s contest ended with a final score of 68-46.

On Friday, two of the Alabama adapted men scored double digit points led by Ignacio Ortega with an incredible 30 point effort. Lindy Bridges was on his game as well, scoring 25 points for the Tide. Looks like Nate Oats isn’t the only basketball coach on campus with some serious talent on the squad.

Saturday’s match-up was again a dominant performance by the UA adapted men’s basketball team. Ortega once again led the Tide with 36 points. Lindy Bridges and Abraham Hausmar also had hot hands scoring 15 and 13 respectively for the Crimson Tide.
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So both relays are done tonight. We tied for 2nd in the 200 medley relay. Under auto qualifying by a full second. The 200 and 400 relays have been a huge source of our points at NCAAs. Glad to see we appear to be on par. Lost a great swimmer last season, so it had been a concern of mine. The freshman replacement split an 18.61 to anchor our relay... which is a hell of a number to start your career with.

I hate to trash the 800 free relay, but at ncaa level catering to that specific relay doesn't pay off in other events as richly. Regardless, 8th place tonight. Wasn't expecting much, so I get that placing. The remaining 3 relays are all more indicative of team success at the next level.


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Alabama Men’s Swimming Opens SEC Championships with Relay Medal

The quartet of Matt Menke, Derek Maas, Colton Stogner and Matt King took silver in the 200 medley relay

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Alabama swimming and diving opened the men's swimming portion of the 2021 Southeastern Conference Championships by taking silver in the 200 medley relay at the Mizzou Aquatic Center in Columbia, Mo., Tuesday night.

Matt Menke, Derek Maas, Colton Stogner and Matt King combined to post a 1:23.28 in the 200 medley relay to take second place. It was the Crimson Tide's sixth SEC podium finish in the 200 medley relay over the past seven years and fourth top-two finish over that span.

The Crimson Tide also posted a season-best 6:23.29 in the 800 freestyle relay to close out the championship's first night, with Nicholas Perera, Liam Bell, Matt Menke & Cam Auerbach taking eighth place, its best finish since 2017.

Interim Head Coach Ozzie Quevedo
"What a great swim to open the meet. We lost last year's lead off, Zane Waddell, the World Champion in the 50 backstroke, to graduation, and yet we continue to make noise in the 200 medley relay. In fact, every leg of that relay changed since last season and yet we continue to earn a spot on the podium. There's a saying at Alabama, 'Tradition Never Graduates,' and I think that's so true, and we certainly have created a tradition of excellence when it comes to relays. Now we have to continue to build off this start and scrap for every point as we move into the week."

Other Notes from Day One
*With tonight's second-place finish, Alabama's men have earned 22 SEC relay medals since 2015 with six coming in the 200 medley relay, including tonight's silver-medal showing
*Freshman Matt King had the second fastest anchor split of the night, going 18.61
*Prior to the start of the meet, Cole Brown was named to the 2021 Men's SEC Swimming and Diving Community Service Team

Up Next
Wednesday marks the first full day of competition, with prelims starting at 10 a.m. CT and finals getting underway at 6 p.m. CT
The Crimson Tide has the 500 freestyle, 200 individual medley and 50 freestyle as well as the 200 freestyle relay on day two of the men's swimming events


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Two Relays on Day One of Men's Swimming Championship

The first night of the 2021 SEC Men's Swimming Championship concluded with two relays at the Mizzou Aquatics Center.

The evening session started with the 200 medley relay as Adam Chaney, Dillon Hills, Eric Friese and Will Davis of Florida set a pool record with their time of 1:23.17. Matthew Menke, Derek Maas, Colton Stogner and Matt King of Alabama placed second with a time of 1:23.28. Shaine Casas, Tanner Olson, Jace Brown and Mark Theall of Texas A&M finished third with a time of 1:23.28.

The Aggies set the pool record in the 800 free relay as Casas, Theall, Kaloyan Bratanov and Clayton Bobo posted a combined time of 6:11.63 to win the event for the first time in program history. Kieran Smith, Trey Freeman, Clark Beach and Miguel Cancel of Florida came in second at 6:12.24, followed by Luca Urlando, Zach Hils, Bradley Dunham and Jake Magahey of Georgia with a time of 6:14.00.

The championship continues on Wednesday, February 24, starting with the prelims of the 500 free, 200 IM and 50 free at 10 a.m. CT. The finals for the 500 free, 200 IM, 50 free and 200 free relay is slated to begin at 6 p.m. CT. Both sessions can be seen on SEC Network+.


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Alabama Track and Field Set for This Weekend’s SEC Indoor Championships

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The Alabama men's and women's track and field teams get the 2021 Southeastern Conference Indoor Championships started Thursday at the Randal Tyson Track Center in Fayetteville, Ark.

The Tide women come into the weekend ranked 13th nationally, while the men are 15th. Overall, nine SEC women's teams and nine men's teams are ranked in the top-25 nationally heading into the conference meet, with both totals leading the country.

The Crimson Tide women were fourth at this meet a year ago in College Station, Texas, while the men were ninth. This was the last meet the Crimson Tide competed in before the season was cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Alabama returns five student-athletes who medaled at the 2020 SEC Indoor Championships. Tamara Clark won the 60-meters, ran as part of the Tide's champion 4x400-meter relay and took second in the 200-meters. Mercy Chelangat was second in the 5,000-meters, while Cherisse Murray was third in the shot put. On the men's side, Ryan Lipe was third in the pole vault and Christian Edwards was third in the triple jump.

The meet begins at 10 a.m. CT on Thursday and Friday, and 12:30 p.m. on Saturday.

Watching the Action
Live coverage of the SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships will air on SECN+ at 10 a.m. CT on Thursday, 11:55 a.m. on Friday and 12:25 p.m. on Saturday.
The broadcast talent includes Dwight Stones, Dan O'Brien and John Anderson.
A tape-delayed broadcast of the championships will air on the SEC Network Sunday at 7 p.m. CT.


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Alabama Men’s Swimming and Diving Adds Two More SEC Championship Medals

Rookie Matt King took silver in the 50 freestyle and joined Sam DiSette, Jonathan Berneburg and Colton Stogner in securing bronze in a tight 200 freestyle relay race

COLUMBIA, Mo. – The Alabama men secured two more medals and dropped a school record during the second day of swimming at the 2021 Southeastern Conference Swimming and Diving Championships being held at the Mizzou Aquatic Center in Columbia, Mo., this week.

Rookie Matt King snagged his second silver medal in as many days, posting an 18.96 in the 50 freestyle to take second. King then combined with Sam DiSette, Jonathan Berneburg and Colton Stogner to grab the bronze medal in the 200 freestyle relay with a time of 1:16.32.

Matt Menke started the Crimson Tide's night out with a 1:43.69 school record in the 200 individual medley on the way to winning the B final and taking ninth overall.

Interim Head Coach Ozzie Quevedo Said
"We didn't have the morning that we were looking for, but we bounced back strong tonight and made the most of the swims we had. Matt Menke got us off to a great start tonight, giving us a spark with a huge school record in the 200 IM. We're proud of the job that Matt King is doing at his first SEC Championships and the way that he, Sam, Jonny and Colton continue to keep us on the podium when it comes to the relays. We've built a great legacy in the relays, especially the sprint relays and it's great to keep that rolling. Now we need to carry tonight's success over into tomorrow and the rest of the meet."

Highlights from Day Two
*Matt King's 18.96 in the 50 freestyle made him the third Alabama swimmer under 19 seconds
*King brought home Alabama's second-consecutive silver and sixth medal in the past seven seasons in the 50 freestyle
*The Tide's bronze in the 200 freestyle relay was its seventh-consecutive medal in the event
*Alabama has now earned 23 SEC Championship relay medals since 2015
*Matt Menke posted a 1:43.69, becoming the first Alabama swimmer under 1:44 in the 200 individual medley

Up Next
Friday brings the 400 individual medley, 100 butterfly, 200 freestyle, 100 breaststroke and 100 backstroke as well as the 400 medley relay


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Four Events Completed on Day Two of Men's Swimming

Four events were completed on the second night of the 2021 SEC Men's Swimming Championship at the Mizzou Aquatics Center.

Kieran Smith of Florida defended his title in the 500 free, tying the NCAA, American and U.S. Open records mark he recorded last year of 4:06.32. Jake Magahey of Georgia placed second with a time of 4:06.71, and Trey Freeman of Florida came in third place with a time of 4:12.76.

Shane Caisas of Texas A&M won the 200 IM for the second consecutive year with a pool record time of 1:39.26. Danny Kovac of Missouri was runner-up with a time of 1:41.35, and Javier Acevedo of Georgia took third place with a time of 1:42.17.

Adam Chaney of Florida claimed the gold medal in the 50 free with an NCAA A-cut time of 18.77. Matt King of Alabama finished second with a time of 18.96. Dillon Downing of Georgia and Brooks Curry of LSU tied for third place, each registering a time of 19.16.

Closing out the evening session, Florida claimed the top spot in the 200 free relay as Chaney, Will Davis, Smith and Eric Friese recorded an SEC meet record time of 1:15.21. Downing, Acevedo, Camden Murphy and Luca Urlando placed second with a time of 1:16.20. King, Sam DiSette, Jonathan Berneberg and Colton Stogner of Alabama finished third with a time of 1:16.32.

The third day of the 2021 SEC Men's Swimming Championship is slated to begin on Thursday, February 25 at 10 a.m. CT with the prelims for the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 breaststroke and 100 back. The finals for those events plus the 400 medley relay will begin at 6 p.m. CT. Both sessions can be seen on SEC Network+.


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SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships Begin Thursday

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (Feb. 24, 2021)-----The University of Arkansas will serve as host to the 2021 Southeastern Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships Thursday-Saturday at the Randal Tyson Track Center.

The meet begins at 10:15 a.m. CT on Thursday, 10 a.m. on Friday, and 12:30 p.m. on Saturday. Live results can be found at SECsports.com.

Live coverage of the SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships will air on SECN+ at 10 a.m. CT on Thursday, 11:55 a.m. on Friday and 12:25 p.m. on Saturday. The broadcast talent includes Dwight Stones, Dan O'Brien and John Anderson. A tape-delayed broadcast of the Championship will air on the SEC Network Sunday at 7 p.m. CT.

A total of 18 Southeastern Conference men's and women's track and field programs are included in the top-25 of the latest NCAA Division I Indoor Track & Field National Rating Index released Monday.

A nation-leading nine SEC men's programs are ranked in the top-25, including five in the top-10. LSU is ranked No. 2, followed by Arkansas at No. 3, Florida at No. 8, Georgia at No. 9 and Ole Miss at No. 10. Tennessee is ranked 12th, Alabama is 15th, Texas A&M is 16th and Kentucky is 17th. No other conference has more than six teams in the men's top-25.

A nation-leading nine SEC programs are ranked in the women's top-25, led by No. 1 Arkansas and No. 2 Texas A&M. Georgia is No. 4, LSU is No. 6, Florida is No. 7, Kentucky is No. 12, Alabama is No. 13, Tennessee is No. 17 and Ole Miss is No. 21. No other conference has more than five teams in the men's top-25.

SEC men's and women's track and field athletes lead the nation in 13 individual events entering this weekend's SEC Indoor Championships.

The defending SEC Indoor men's champion is Arkansas, which captured its 23rd title in 2020. Tennessee has an SEC-leading 25 men's titles. The men's title has been won by three different programs in the last three years.

The defending SEC Indoor women's champion is Arkansas, which has won 10 overall and six in a row. LSU has claimed a league-leading 12 SEC Indoor women's titles all-time.

Randal Tyson Indoor Track Center is playing host to the SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships for the 10th time. The venue also hosted the SEC Indoor Championships in 2000, 2002, 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2016 and 2019.


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Alabama Volleyball Returns Home Hosting Mississippi State

The Crimson Tide and Bulldogs face off Friday at 6 p.m. CT and Saturday at 2 p.m. CT


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Soccer Returns to the Pitch Friday to Host Louisiana

The Tide will seek out its second win of the spring season after taking down Columbus State last Friday

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – The Alabama soccer team welcomes Louisiana to the Alabama Soccer Complex on Friday for a 5 p.m. CT match. The contest will be the second between the Crimson Tide and Ragin' Cajuns with UA coming away victorious in the first meeting back in 2003.

In compliance with CDC and state public health guidance, seating in the Alabama Soccer Stadium will be socially distanced resulting in capacity to the first 250 fans in attendance. Masks are required for entry and must be worn at all times while not eating or drinking.

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Alabama will host Montevallo on Thursday, March 4, at the Alabama Soccer Complex. The Crimson Tide and Falcons are scheduled for a 6 p.m. CT kickoff with the game airing live on SEC Network+.


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Family Traditions Drive Alabama Men’s Tennis Graduate Student Alexey Nesterov

The Moscow, Russia, native has been encouraged and inspired by his family to strive for excellence in all areas of the collegiate experience

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Alexey Nesterov picked up a tennis racquet at the age of six, striving since that point to be the best he can be on the court. That drive to excel came from someone who knows a thing or two about athletic excellence.

"Ever since I picked up a tennis racquet I have been striving to become as good of an athlete as my grandma was, and that's the reason for any of my achievements in tennis," Nesterov said.

Alexey's grandmother, Klara (Guseva) Nesterova, was a speed skater, who among her other accomplishments, won gold in the 1,000-meters at the 1960 Olympic Games in Squaw Valley.

"I have always been very proud of her achievements and the way she carried herself around others," Nesterov said. "She was always optimistic, energetic, caring and ready to move heaven and earth for those she loved."

In addition to providing her grandson with a positive role model in day-to-day life, she also motivated him to always push to be better.

"The stories she told me about her career definitely inspired me and made me want to achieve big things in sports," Nesterov said.

A graduate student in his final year with the Crimson Tide, Nesterov has made an impact on the Crimson Tide's lineup since day one, with ranked wins throughout his first four years and time spent ranked nationally in doubles with Riccardo Roberto in the fall of 2019.

Tennis isn't the only area Nesterov has excelled in since arriving in Tuscaloosa. The Moscow, Russia, native is a four-year ITA Scholar-Athlete and a 2020 CoSIDA At-Large Team Academic All-District honoree. He posted a perfect 4.0 grade point average on his way to a bachelor's degree in finance, and is now working on a master's degree in the same discipline.

Once again, family has been the impetus on his success.

"My parents, especially my mom, have been a huge part of my success in the classroom," Nesterov said. "They have always told me that while it's great to be an athlete, it's also equally, if not more, important to have a good education. In high school there were plenty of times when I struggled to manage all the schoolwork with a challenging practice schedule and never-ending tournaments, but my parents were always there for me to help in any way possible."

Nesterov and his teammates return to action this weekend in Tuscaloosa, facing Southeastern Conference foes Kentucky and Vanderbilt. The Tide will face the Wildcats Friday starting at 6 p.m. CT and the Commodores on Sunday at 1 p.m. CT.


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Alabama Men, Ole Miss Women Lead After Day One

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (Feb. 25, 2021)-----The Alabama men's and Ole Miss women's teams lead the 2021 Southeastern Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships following the first day of competition Thursday at The Randal Tyson Track Center.

The Alabama men currently lead the team standings with 17 points, while LSU is second with 13. Florida and Ole Miss are tied for third with 10 points, followed by Arkansas (7), Tennessee (6), Missouri (5), Texas A&M (4), Auburn (3) and Georgia (2).

Ole Miss leads the women's team standings with 27 points, while Florida is second with 16 points. Arkansas has 12 points, followed by Kentucky (11), Alabama (10), Georgia (10), LSU (10), Auburn (6), Mississippi State (6) and Tennessee (4).

Thursday's action included nine events in the pentathlon and heptathlon, the men's and women's distance medley relays and the men's and women's weight throw.

Individual champions crowned
Georgia's Anna Hall won the women's pentathlon with 4,521 points, while Florida's Sterling Lester was second with 4,095 points and Arkansas' G'Auna Edwards finished third with 4,068 points.

Florida's Thomas Mardal won the men's weight throw with an SEC Championship record 24.16m/79-3.25. Jasmine Mitchell of Ole Miss won the women's weight throw with a mark of 23.24m/76-3.

In the men's distance medley relay, Ole Miss claimed first in a meet record 9:29.35. A meet record was also set in the women's distance medley relay as Alabama won in 10:59.21, breaking a 10-year old mark.

Men's heptathlon
Georgia's Kyle Garland leads the men's heptathlon with 3,454 first day points. Arkansas' Markus Ballengee is second with 3,280 and Auburn's Alex Spyridonidis is third with 3,159 points.

Friday's schedule, SECN+ coverage
The second day of the SEC Indoor Track and Field Championships is slated to begin Friday at 10 a.m. CT. Live coverage on SECN+ will begin at 11:55 a.m. CT.

View Day 1 results here


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Alabama Track & Field Starts SEC Indoor Championships with Championship Record and Three Medals

The Crimson Tide women won their first DMR title since 1994 on the way to becoming the first quartet under 11 minutes at the championships, setting the SEC record at 10:59.21

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Not a bad way to start.

One event into the 2021 Southeastern Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships being held in Fayetteville, Ark., this week, and the Alabama women took gold with a championship record. One event in for the men, and the Crimson Tide took silver, before adding another silver medal to close the day.

Jami Reed, Christal Mosely, Lauren Turner and Amaris Tyynismaa shattered the championship record, dropping it by more than five seconds, on the way to winning gold in the women's distance medley relay (DMR) with a 10:59.21. The Tide's mark also destroyed the school DMR record, knocking nearly 18 seconds off the mark set in 1994.

On the men's side of things, Jace Jones, Gabe Serrano, Grady Shiflet and Eliud Kipsang grabbed the silver medal in the DMR in a time of 9:31.77. It marked Alabama's first medal in the race since also taking second in 2016, and its seventh SEC medal overall.

The men closed the day with another silver medal when Bobby Colantonio Jr., used a toss of 73-6 (22.40m) to take second in the weight throw. It is his first SEC medal in the event, the Crimson Tide's sixth overall and second since 2018.

The Crimson Tide men lead the team race with 17 points while the women are fifth with the 10 points from the DMR.

Head Coach Dan Waters Said

"What a way to start things off. Both DMRs came out hot and really set the tone for the week. What an amazing performance for Jami, Christal, Lauren and Amaris, smashing the championship record by more than five seconds and knocking more than 17 seconds off the school record – that's very, very impressive. We're also really proud of the job that Jace, Gabe, Grady, Eluid and Bobby did in getting the big points up on the board for us. I can't say enough about the way Eliud brought us home in the DMR, taking us from the back of the pack to the front with the fastest final split by nearly three seconds. Now we just need to go into tomorrow and keep things rolling."


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Alabama Men’s Swimming and Diving Earns Two More Medals at the SEC Championships

Matt Menke took bronze in the 100 backstroke before combining with Derek Maas, Colton Stogner and Matt King to earn another relay medal to close the night, taking third in the 400 medley relay

COLUMBIA, Mo. – The Alabama men closed the third night of swimming at the 2021 Southeastern Conference Swimming and Diving Championships strong, grabbing a pair of medals in the last two events.

Matt Menke used a hard charging finish to snag the bronze medal in the 100 backstroke with a 45.46, making him the fourth fastest swimmer in UA history in that event. He then came back in the next event, combining with Derek Maas, Colton Stogner and Matt King to take third in the 400 medley relay after stopping the clock at 3:04.72.

It was Alabama's third relay and second individual medal of the meet.

Interim Head Coach Ozzie Quevedo Said
"Today was a better day for us and we continued to fight to move ahead in each race. We're very proud of Matt Menke for posting back-to-back best times in the 100 backstroke and then joining with Derek, Colton and Matt King to make it back to the podium in the 400 medley relay. We have one more day, and we need to make the most every opportunity to get better."

More Crimson Tide Highlights from Day Three
*After posting a career-best 45.46 in the championship final of the 100 backstroke, Matt Menke led off the 400 medley relay with another career-best swim, going 45.18
*Jake Marcum won the B final of the 100 backstroke in a time of 46.91, while Christopher O'Connor (47.58) and Eric Stelmar (47.63) took 11th and 12th, respectively, and Alex Robinson (47.85) finished 20th
*Nicholas Perera took eighth place in the 400 individual medley with a time of 3:46.40
*The Tide scored three swimmers in the 100 butterfly with Colton Stogner (46.55) taking seventh, Matt King (47.21) finishing 12th and Jonathan Berneburg (47.70) taking 22nd
*Derek Maas won the B final of the 100 breaststroke and took ninth with a 52.61 while Liam Bell won the C final to finish 17th overall with a 53.21
*Trey Sheils finished 19th in the 100 breaststroke after going 53.27
*Kacper Piotrowski finished 20th in the 200 freestyle with a 1:36.47

Up Next
The men's swimming portion of the SEC Championships conclude Friday with another full day of events, including the 200 backstroke, 100 freestyle, 200 breaststroke and 200 butterfly, along with the 400 freestyle relay


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Florida Leads Following Day Three of Men's Swimming

Florida holds the top spot with 961.50 points. Georgia is in second place with 881 points, and Tennessee sits in third place with 655 points.

The Gators went 1-2 in the 400 IM as Kieran Smith set the pool record with his winning time of 3:37.47 and Bobby Finke came in second with a time of 3:39.15. Ian Grum of Georgia placed third with his time of 3:40.51.

One of the closest races of the meet came in the 100 fly. Camden Murphy of Georgia captured the gold with his time of 44.81. Danny Kovac of Missouri was runner-up with a time of 44.84, while Shaine Casas of Texas A&M took third with a time of 44.91.

Jake Magahey of Georgia finished first in the 200 free with a time of 1:32.22. Mark Theall of Texas A&M placed second with a time of 1:32.48, followed by Brooks Curry of LSU with a time of 1:32.64.

Dillon Hillis of Florida won the 100 breaststroke after he registered an NCAA A-cut time 51.22. Michael Houlie of Tennessee came in second at 51.41, and Ben Patton of Missouri finished third at 51.80.

Javier Acevedo set the pool record to win the 100 back with his time of 44.96. Adam Chaney of Florida finished second with a time of 45.29, and Matthew Menke of Alabama captured third place with a time of 45.46.

In the final event of the night, Florida set the pool record in the 400 medley relay as Chaney, Hillis, Eric Friese and Smith posted a combined time of 3:02.66. Jack Dahlgren, Patton, Kovac and Freddie Rindshoej finished second with a time of 3:04.59. Alabama took third place as Menke, Derek Maas, Colton Stogner and Matt King recorded a combined time of 3:04.72.

The 2021 SEC Men's Swimming Championship concludes on Friday, February 26. The prelims of the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breaststroke, 200 fly and 1650 free will begin at 10 a.m. CT. Finals for the 1650 free, 200 back, 100 free, 200 breaststroke, 200 fly and the 400 free relay are slated to start at 6 pm. CT. Both sessions can be seen on SEC Network+.


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Soccer vs Louisiana
Friday, Feb 26
5 P.M. CT / Tuscaloosa, Ala.

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Volleyball vs Mississippi State
Friday, Feb 26
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Men's Tennis vs Kentucky
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Women's Tennis at Kentucky
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Alabama Women’s Tennis Hits the Road for the First Time in 2021 this Weekend

The Crimson Tide opens the weekend in Lexington, Ky., against Kentucky, before traveling to Nashville, Tenn., to face No. 10 Vanderbilt


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Alabama Soccer Continues Winning Streak After Shutting Out Louisiana, 1-0

The Alabama soccer team kept the winning streak alive with a 1-0 shutout victory over Louisiana on Friday night. It marked the Tide’s second consecutive win to begin the spring season.


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Fourth-Set Rally Propels Alabama Volleyball to 3-1 Win Over Mississippi State

Trailing 23-21 late in the fourth set, needing a win to avoid sending it to a fifth, Alabama volleyball answered with four-straight points to take the set from Mississippi State, 25-23, and the match, 3-1.


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Alabama Women’s Tennis Falls at Kentucky, 4-1

The Alabama women's tennis team fell at Kentucky at the Hilary J. Boone Tennis Center in Lexington, Ky., Friday afternoon by a score of 4-1. Alabama is now 9-4 on the season, while Kentucky goes to 9-1.

After losing at No. 3 doubles, the Crimson Tide tandem of Anne Marie Hiser and Sydney Riley won at No. 2 doubles, 6-3. With the doubles point in the balance, Moka Ito and Sasha Gorchanyuk pushed their match to a tiebreaker before falling 7-6 to give the Wildcats the doubles point. Alba Cortina Pou picked up Alabama's lone point of the match with a straight-sets win at No. 4 singles.


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