Shaquera Wade now leads team in steals

Alabama women’s basketball lost its fifth game by more than 10 points this season when it lost by 16 against No. 6 Mississippi State on Sunday. The Crimson Tide finished with seven steals in the game, three of which were...

Shots don’t fall in Tide’s loss to No. 6 Bulldogs

With 8:55 left in the first half, Alabama women’s basketball trailed by just five points, and for the remainder of the eighth minute, the deficit fluctuated between five and seven points and went as high as 13 in the...

Alabama freshmen having to grow up early

Mississippi State at Alabama Where: Coleman Coliseum When: Sunday, noon Records: Mississippi State 20-1, 8-0 SEC; Alabama 11-10, 3-5 SEC TV: SEC Network Radio: 100.1 FM Coach Kristy Curry knew she had a large hole to fill after the Alabama women’s basketball team's final game of...

PODCAST: Alabama update on both basketball teams, gymnastics

The TideSports staff provides updates on the winter sports at the University of Alabama. Cecil Hurt discusses men's basketball, followed by Cody Estremera with a midseason report on the women's basketball team and the latest on gymnastics from Terrin...

Alabama triumphs over Georgia, 58-53

ATHENS, Ga. — For only the fourth time in program history and the first time since 1997, the Alabama women’s basketball team defeated Georgia in Athens, 58-53, on Sunday in Stegeman Coliseum. The victory for the Crimson Tide (11-10,...

Alabama women try to break two-game skid

Alabama at Georgia When: Sunday at 1 p.m. Where: Stegeman Coliseum, Athens, Georgia Records: Alabama 10-10, 2-5 SEC; Georgia 12-7, 3-3 SEC TV: ESPNU Radio: 100.1 FM Alabama women’s basketball continues its road stint as it travels to Georgia on Sunday. The Crimson Tide has dropped...

Alabama women drop road game to Arkansas

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The Alabama women’s basketball team fell to Arkansas 72-61 on Thursday night inside Bud Walton Arena. “I thought that we rebounded the ball really well, especially on the road,” said head coach Kristy Curry. “We outrebounded them...

Cierra Johnson having big first season

Since the start of SEC play, Cierra Johnson has done everything that Alabama women’s basketball has needed. It started by filling a role, left by point guard Jordan Lewis. Johnson, who started the season as the shooting guard, moved over...

Cierra Johnson’s 27 points not enough, as Alabama falls to LSU

Alabama women’s basketball trailed by 12 points early in the fourth quarter and was down 10 with 5:40 left to play. It was there where Cierra Johnson fueled a comeback. After an LSU turnover, Johnson pulled up from the left...

Alabama’s Copeland, Knight setting the tone after early struggles

Alabama women’s basketball coach Kristy Curry challenged her two centers after the team’s December loss to South Alabama. In that game, Ariyah Copeland and Ashley Knight struggled against Jaguars center Antionette Lewis, who scored 14 points and nine rebounds. Copeland...
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