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♦ Alabama Crimson Tide Football Records ♦
First season: 1892 ~ AD: Greg Byrne - 4th yr. ~ HC: Nick Saban - 14th yr.
- Wins  170 ~ Losses  23 ~ Ties   0  - .881%
Bryant Denny Stadium ~ Tuscaloosa, AL ~ Capacity: 101,821 ~ Surface: Grass
Conference SEC: - (1932) ~ SEC West Div.: - (1992)
All-time record:  Wins  954 ~ Losses  334 ~ Ties  43 ~ .733%
[Alabama had 8 wins and 1 tie forfeited by the NCAA during the 1993 season and 21 wins vacated by the NCAA between the 2005-2007 seasons.]
Post Season record:  Wins 44 ~  Losses 26 ~  Ties 3 ~  .
Claimed Nat'l Titles: {17}
1925, 1926, 1930, 1934, 1941, 1961, 1964, 1965, 1973, 1978, 1979, 1992, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2017, 2021
Unclaimed Titles: {4} ~ 1945, 1966, 1975, 1977
Conf. Titles: {31} ~ 4 Southern ~ 27 SEC ~ Division titles: 15
Heisman winners: 3 ~ Unamious All-Americans: 69 ~ All-Americans: 75

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SEC SOFTBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

SEC Player of the Week - LSU's Aliyah Andrews
Aliyah Andrews, a senior centerfielder from Oldsmar, Fla., batted .625 (10-for-16) in the victory over Louisiana Tech and the series win at No. 19 Missouri. In game three against the Tigers, Andrews matched her career high with four hits, including an RBI single in the fifth inning to extend LSU's lead to 7-5. For the week, she recorded five runs scored, five stolen bases and four RBI.
SEC Pitcher of the Week - Alabama's Montana Fouts,
Fouts, a junior right-hander from Grayson, Ky., earned a pair of complete-game victories at No. 10/8 Arkansas. Fouts struck out 23 batters and held the Razorbacks to three unearned runs and a .157 batting average. She posted double-digit strikeouts in both starts and registered her fifth shutout of the season in game three to decide the series win.
SEC Co-Newcomer of the Week - Georgia's Sara Mosley,
Mosley, a sophomore designated player from Ellijay, Ga., was instrumental in the series win at No. 10/11 Kentucky. In game two, Mosley hit the game-winning three-run home run in the top of the seventh inning to take a 9-8 lead. In game three, she registered a two-RBI single in the first and then a two-run homer run in the third to give the Bulldogs a 5-0 lead.
SEC Co-Newcomer of the Week - LSU's Ciara Briggs
Briggs, a freshman outfielder from Yorba Linda, Calif., batted .417 (5-for-12) with six runs scored, two RBI and a stolen base over the mid-week win over Louisiana Tech and the series win at No. 19 Missouri. In game three against the Tigers, Briggs went 3-for-4 with three RBI and three runs scored. In the fifth inning, she recorded a two RBI single and later crossed home plate to put LSU ahead 7-5.
SEC Freshman of the Week - Ole Miss' Blaise Biringer,
Biringer, a freshman second baseman from Nogales, Ariz., batted .545 with six hits, three runs scored and three RBI in a mid-week win over Central Arkansas and the series win over South Carolina. In the non-conference matchup with the Bears, Biringer hit the first inside-the-park home run for the Rebels since Kylan Becker during the 2017 NCAA Oxford Regional. She went 4-for-8 against the Gamecocks to help her team secure its eighth consecutive SEC series win at home dating back to 2018.




SEC BASEBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Player of the Week: Connor Tate, Georgia
Georgia's Connor Tate led the SEC last weekend with a 1.500 Slugging percentage, and he hit .583 against one of the nation's top-ranked pitching staffs in leading the Bulldogs to a road series win over No. 1 Vanderbilt, its first over a top-ranked team since 1993. Tate went 7-for-12 with two doubles, three home runs, six RBI, six runs scored and two walks in the series. He went 3-for-4 with two home runs, a double, a walk and 3 RBI in the first game of the series and added three more hits, including a home run and a double, and 3 RBI in the series finale.
Pitcher of the Week: Jonathan Cannon, Georgia
Cannon tossed a career-high 7.0 shutout innings with nine strikeouts and no walks to help the Bulldogs clinch an SEC road series over No. 1 Vanderbilt Saturday. He limited the SEC's top-ranked hitting team, which was second in the nation in slugging percentage, to just five singles in throwing 110 pitches (75 for strikes). In the fifth inning, the Commodores put runners at second and third with one out and Cannon came back with strikeouts of the No. 1 and 2 hitters in the lineup.
Newcomer of the Week: Kamren James, Mississippi State
James led the Bulldogs with a .467 average on the week, reached base in all four games and drove in at least one run in all four games. He posted multi-hit games in all three games of the series at Auburn and was on base in 10 of 16 plate appearances on the weekend, helping Mississippi State to a three-game sweep. In the series finale, he was on base in five of six plate appearances, including twice in the first inning. He scored four runs and drove in one RBI in State's biggest offensive game of the season.
Co-Freshman of the Week: Jordan Thompson, LSU
LSU's Jordan Thompson led the SEC in batting and on-base percentage over the weekend, helping LSU to a series win at Kentucky. Thompson hitting .600 (9-for-15) last week with one triple, three RBI and six runs scored in four games. In the Tigers' series win at Kentucky, Thompson hit .667 (8-for-12) with one triple, two RBI and three runs scored. His two-out RBI single in the top of the ninth inning Saturday at Kentucky gave LSU a vital insurance run in the Tigers' 8-6 win.
Co-Freshman of the Week: Cayden Wallace, Arkansas
Wallace slugged his way through the road trip to Ole Miss, launching his team-leading eighth homer of the year and driving in a team-high six RBI on the weekend. Wallace had at least one hit in all three games of the series and collected multiple RBI in two of the three contests. He swatted a three-run homer in the third inning of Sunday's 18-14 series finale win, helping the Razorbacks win a series in Oxford for the first time since 2010 and take sole ownership of first place in the SEC West.




SEC VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS OF WEEK #15
SEC Player of the Week - Kentucky's Madison Lilley
SEC Offensive Player of the Week -Tennessee's Morgahn Fingall
Fingall, a sophomore right side from Fairfax, Va., averaged 5.06 points, 4.67 kills and 2.22 digs per set in the series win over LSU. Fingall posted a career-high 23 kills in the opening match against the Tigers, and followed that with a double-double of 19 kills and 13 digs in the second match.
SEC Defensive Players of the Week - Kentucky's Gabby Curry
Curry, a senior libero from Buford, Ga., averaged 4.67 digs per set in the two wins over Alabama. Curry recorded 15 digs in the first match and 13 in the second as she helped UK hold their opponent to a .097 hitting percentage on the series.
SEC Co-Setters of the Week - Kentucky's Madison Lilley
Kentucky's Madison Lilley, a senior from Overland, Kan., won her fourth SEC Championship in four years by setting the UK offense to a .443 hitting percentage on the week in UK's two wins over Alabama. Lilley had 35 assists on Wednesday and 29 on Thursday night. She also had a career-high three aces in Wednesday night's win to go along with her five blocks on the week.
SEC Freshman of the Week - Florida's Elli McKissock
McKissock, a defensive specialist/libero from Windermere, Fla., averaged 3.57 digs and 1.57 assists per set in the two wins at Texas A&M. McKissock registered seven digs, four assists and an ace in the opening match, and 18 digs, seven assists and career-high two aces in the second match.



SEC WOMEN's BASKETBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Player of the Week: Texas A&M's N'dea Jones
Jones led the Aggies to their first ever SEC Regular Season Championship this week, averaging 14.0 points and 13.5 rebounds per game. At Alabama, she registered yet another double-double with 12 points and 13 boards. The Lawrenceville, Georgia, native now has 14 double-doubles this season and 40 in her career. Jones was the physical force that propelled A&M past No. 5 South Carolina. She grabbed 14 boards, poured in 16 points and swatted away two shots versus the Gamecocks. Early in the second quarter versus South Carolina, Jones became the all-time leader at A&M in rebounds. The graduate has put her team in position to be the No. 1 seed at the SEC Tournament this upcoming week.
Freshman of the Week: Ole Miss' Madison Scott
Scott averaged 7.0 points and 6.5 rebounds across two games at No. 5 South Carolina (L, 68-43) and at No. 17 Kentucky (W, 73-69). She recorded her fifth career double-double in a win at No. 17 Kentucky with 12 points and 10 rebounds. It was also her sixth career double-digit rebound game, fourth in SEC play. She has 10 games with at least seven rebounds and leads all SEC freshmen, tied for 13th nationally among freshmen in rebounding (7.4).




SEC MEN's BASKETBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

SEC Player of the Week - Texas A&M forward Emanuel Miller
Miller, a 6-foot-7, 208-pound sophomore from Scarborough, Ontario, averaged 23.5 points, 11.5 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.5 steals against Mississippi State and No. 12 Arkansas. He had 24 points on 52.9 percent (9-of-17) shooting to go with 13 rebounds against Mississippi State.
SEC Co-Freshmen of the Week - Arkansas guard Moses Moody
Moody, a 6-foot-6, 205-pound freshman from Little Rock, Ark., averaged 28.0 points, 6.0 rebounds, two assists and a steal in wins over South Carolina and Texas A&M. Moody tied his season best with 28 points in both wins while shooting 63.3 percent (19-of-30) from the field and 52.9 percent (9-of-17) from 3-point range.
SEC Co-Freshmen of the Week - LSU guard Cameron Thomas
Thomas, a 6-foot-4, 210-pound freshman from Chesapeake, Virginia, averaged 26.0 points and 6.5 rebounds in wins over Vanderbilt and at Missouri. He recorded his first career double-double with 23 points and 10 rebounds against Vanderbilt.




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