After a trip to the West Coast to open the 2016 season, the No. 6 Alabama gymnastics team returns to Coleman Coliseum this Friday, Jan. 15 to take on No. 14 Missouri in the Crimson Tide’s home and Southeastern Conference opener.
Another year is in the books, and as we all review what we did in 2015 and begin making our new year's resolutions in 2016, let's go back and check out some of the highlights from the past year in Alabama sports.
The two-time defending Southeastern Conference Champion Alabama gymnastics team released its home schedule this week, a slate that includes archrival Georgia as well as the 2016 NCAA Regional Championships.
The Alabama gymnastics team celebrated a 2015 season that saw the Crimson Tide win its ninth Southeastern Conference Championship and NCAA-record 30th regional title as well as post its 28th top-four NCAA Championship finish with its annual awards banquet.
Alabama gymnastics senior Kayla Williams and sophomore Katie Bailey both posted top-five finishes in the NCAA Championships Individual Event Finals here in the Fort Worth Convention Center Sunday afternoon.