Alabama Women’s Basketball

Mal More Posthumously Named Athletic Director of the Year
Former University of Alabama Director of Athletics Mal Moore was named the winner of the College Athletic Director of the Year Award Wednesday night at the 2013 Sports Business Awards banquet presented by the Street & Smith's Sports Business Journal and Sports Business Da…
Kristy Curry Named New Women’s Basketball Coach at Alabama
The Lubbock-Avalanche Journal has reported that Texas Tech women’s basketball coach Kristy Curry has accepted the same position at the University of Alabama. The report was later confirmed by a release from the University of Alabama.
"I am honored and thrilled to be the next …
WBB Coach Wendell Hudson Accepts Administrative Role in Athletics
University of Alabama Director of Athletics Bill Battle announced on Monday that Crimson Tide women’s basketball head coach Wendell Hudson has been reassigned to an administrative position within the Department of Athletics and will not return as head coach of the women&CloseCurlyQuo…
Alabama Women’s Basketball Advances in SEC Tournament
Senior Meghan Perkins and sophomore Daisha Simmons combined for 30 points to lead the Alabama women’s basketball team to a 63-36 victory over Mississippi State in the first round of the Southeastern Conference Tournament on Thursday at The Arena at Gwinnett Center...
Alabama Women’s Basketball Falls at LSU, 76-42
The Alabama women’s basketball team dropped a 76-42 decision at LSU on Thursday in the Pete Maravich Assembly Center. With the loss, the Crimson Tide slides to 12-16 overall and 2-13 against Southeastern Conference opponents while the Tigers improve to 18-10 on the season and 9-6 in …
A Tour of Alabama’s New Weight Room (PHOTOS)
The University of Alabama recently completed its new $9 million, 37,000 square foot weight room facility. Completed in January, the facility provides top of the line improvements in everything from equipment to a booming sound system while maximizing efficiency...
Tide Falls as Gators Rally Late to Win, 67-61
Three Crimson Tide players recorded double-digit points, but it was not enough as the Alabama women’s basketball team was edged by Florida, 67-61, on Sunday at Foster Auditorium. With the loss, the Tide moves to 12-15 overall and 2-12 in the Southeastern Conference while the win brin…

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