The Alabama women’s basketball team will host back-to-back games on Tuesday against Missouri State and on Wednesday against Murray State in Coleman Coliseum.
The Crimson Tide will play its second of three games in four days on Tuesday at noon when it takes on the Bears of Missouri State. Alabama will look to snap the Bears’ three-game winning streak, after MSU dominated Northwestern, 90-59, on Dec. 16.
The game will feature food trucks outside of Coleman Coliseum to encourage fans to come out during lunchtime.
On Wednesday, the Crimson Tide will take on the Racers of Murray State at 7 p.m. at Coleman Coliseum. Murray State is 3-6 on the season, and, like Alabama, has a quick turnaround after it faces Mississippi Valley State on Monday night.
UA has won three straight games, coming off of a 59-44 victory over SMU on Sunday afternoon.
Alabama is led by seniors Hannah Cook and Ashley Williams, who are averaging 13.1 and 10.8 points, respectively. The pair has moved up in the all-time career points list swiftly this season, with Cook moving up to No. 14 all-time with 1,197 points after her 13-point performance on Sunday. Williams jumped two spots up to No. 17 with 1,173 career points after scoring nine against SMU.
The Crimson Tide has two additions, with transfers Amber Richardson (from North Carolina State) and Jasmine Walker (Florida State) seeing their first action of the season this past Sunday. Richardson provided a spark off the bench by scoring eight points and dishing out two assists, while Walker finished the game with four rebounds and three assists.