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♦ Alabama Crimson Tide Football Records ♦
First season: 1892 ~ AD: Greg Byrne - 1st yr. ~ HC: Nick Saban - 12th yr.
- Wins  141 ~ Losses  21 ~ Ties   0  - .870%
Bryant Denny Stadium ~ Tuscaloosa, AL ~ Capacity: 101,821 ~ Surface: Grass
Conference SEC: - (1932) ~ SEC West Div.: - (1992)
All-time record:  Wins  905 ~ Losses  328 ~ Ties  43 ~ .726%
[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 41 ~  Losses 26 ~  Ties 3 ~  .610%
Claimed Nat'l Titles: {17}
1925, 1926, 1930, 1934, 1941, 1961, 1964, 1965, 1973, 1978, 1979, 1992, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2017
Unclaimed Titles: {4} ~ 1945, 1966, 1975, 1977
Conf. Titles: {31} ~ 4 Southern ~ 27 SEC ~ Division titles: 14
Heisman winners: 2 ~ Unamious All-Americans: 69 ~ All-Americans: 74



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• 'Week 5 SEC Softball Player's Of The Week' •

• SEC Player Of The Week •

 • LSU's Amanda Sanchezr • 
Sanchez, a senior infielder from West Covina, Calif., led the Tigers in the series win over Texas A&M with her .700 batting average.
Sanchez had five RBI and four runs scored to go along with her second and third home runs of the season.


• SEC Pitcher Of The Week •

 • Kentucky's Autumn Humes • 
Humes, a freshman right-hander from Bald Knob, Ark., pitched 8.2 scoreless innings to earn a win and a save at No. 11 South Carolina.
Humes picked up the complete-game shutout on Friday night, fanning five batters.
On Sunday, she got her first save of the season after entering the game in the bottom of the sixth with two runners on and one out.


• SEC Freshman Of The Week •

 • Alabama's Montana Fouts • 
Fouts, a freshman right-handed pitcher from Grayson, Ky., recorded two wins and a save in three appearances for the Crimson Tide.
Fouts threw 2.0 shutout innings on Tuesday against South Alabama, striking out four while allowing just one hit.
She then earned the complete-game win in game one against Missouri with seven strikeouts and one run allowed on two hits.
Fouts closed the weekend with 4.0 innings of work in game three against the Tigers, registering two strikeouts and allowing two earned runs on three hits.





• 'Week 4 SEC Baseball Player's Of The Week' •

• SEC Player Of The Week •

 • Georgia's Tucker Maxwell • 
Maxwell batted .563 (9-for-16), slugged 1.250 with two doubles, three home runs, 15 RBI, eight stolen bases, six runs scored, three hit by pitches, two walks and six putouts in five starts in centerfield in helping Georgia go 5-0 last week.
He tied school record with four stolen bases in a game, doing it against Alabama State on March 5, then tied it again March 9 versus Presbyterian.
Maxwell hit a pair of two-run home runs plus a grand slam on the week.
He hit a two-out, game-tying two-run single in the bottom of the eighth in a 7-6 comeback win over Presbyterian to clinch the series.


• SEC Pitcher Of The Week •

 • Auburn's Jack Owen • 
Owen turned in the first complete-game shutout of his Auburn career and the only one in the SEC last week while needing just 98 pitched to do so.
He allowed just four hits and struck out seven batters without issuing a walk. Owen faced two batters over the minimum and retired the last 17 batters he faced.
He hasn't allowed a run in his last 19.1 innings and hasn't allowed an earned run in 25.0 innings pitched to start the season, matching the second-longest streak in program history.
Owen faced two batters over the minimum and retired the last 17 batters he faced.


• SEC Freshman Of The Week •

 • Texas A&M's Ty Coleman • 
Ty Coleman batted 6-for-13 with four runs, one home run and six RBI in the Aggies' series victory over Gonzaga on the weekend.
He recorded multiple hits in all three games vs. Gonzaga.
On Sunday, Coleman scored two of the Aggies' three runs in a 3-1 victory, going 2-for-3. On Saturday, the rookie hit his first career grand slam to cap off a 5-RBI effort and 2-for-5 day.
He started the series going 2-for-5 with one run and one RBI.
In his only midweek action, Coleman provided a pinch-hit single in the Aggies' 9-3 victory against Abilene Christian.






• 'Week 10 SEC Gymnasts Of The Week' •

• SEC Gymnast Of The Week •

 • LSU's Sarah Finnegan • 
LSU's Sarah Finnegan, a senior from Lee's Summit, Mo., posted a season-high 39.800 against No. 15 Oregon State.
The Tigers got to a team score of 198.150, the third-highest team score recorded in the nation this season.
Finnegan became the fourth gymnast in school history to score 39.800 or higher in the all-around.


• SEC Specialist Of The Week •

 • LSU's McKenna Kelley • 
Kelley, a senior from Houston, Texas, anchored the Tigers on floor with a perfect 10.0 in the win over No. 15 Oregon State.
The 10.0 marked the first of her career and fourth for LSU in 2019.
Kelley's performance helped the Tigers register a season-high score of 49.675 on the floor exercise.


• SEC Freshman Of The Week •

 • Florida's Trinity Thomas • 
Florida's Trinity Thomas, a freshman from York, Pa., claimed her fifth all-around title with a 39.750 in the Gators' win over No. 25 Penn State.
Thomas also took first place on vault (9.95) and earned a share of first on beam (9.925) and floor (9.975).






• 'Week 18 SEC Men's Basketball Player's Of The Week' •

• Player Of The Week •

 • Arkansas forward Daniel Gafford • 
Gafford, a 6-foot-11, 233-pound sophomore from El Dorado, Ark.
Gafford averaged 24.5 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks in wins at Vanderbilt and over Alabama.
Gafford shot made 67.0 percent (19-28) of his field goals and turned in a 16-rebound performance in the regular season finale.

 • South Carolina forward Chris Silva • 
Silva, a 6-foot-9, 234-pound senior from Libreville, Gabon.
Silva averaged 23 points, 13.5 rebounds and 2.5 steals in wins at Texas A&M and against Georgia.
He hit a career highs for 3-pointers (four) and rebounds (17) against Texas A&M.


• Freshman Of The Week •

 • Kentucky guard Tyler Herro • 
Herro, a 6-foot-5, 195-pound freshman from Milwaukee, Wisc., averaged 18 points, 5.5 rebounds two assists and two steals in wins at Ole Miss and over Florida. Herro registered his fifth 20-point effort of the season against the Rebels. He followed that with a 16-point performance in a win at home against Florida.






• 'Week 17 SEC Women's Basketball Player's Of The Week' •

• Player Of The Week •

 • Mississippi State's Teaira McCowan • 
Mississippi State's Teaira McCowan and Texas A&M's Chennedy Carter share Player of the Week honors.
McCowan recorded her 62nd and 63rd career double-doubles this week.
She scored 25 points with 13 rebounds on her senior night against LSU while going 10-of-12 from the field.
The senior dominated the paint, collecting 20 points in the lane and five offensive boards.
At South Carolina with an SEC Championship on the line, she posted 18 points and 17 rebounds including a key board on a missed free throw with a three-point lead and seconds left on the clock.
She then made the final free throw of the night to seal the victory.
Along the way, she recorded her 126th career win along with Jazzmun Holmes which ties the MSU career victories record set by last year's senior class.

 • Texas A&M's Chennedy Carter • 
Carter helped the Aggies to two wins, including a ranked win at No. 11 Kentucky.
Against the Wildcats on Thursday, Carter had 24 points, including seven of the Aggies' last nine points, seven rebounds and five assists.
Against Arkansas, she posted her fourth 20+ point first-half, helping the Aggies build up a 41-26 halftime lead.
She made 61.1% of her shots against Arkansas, her best field-goal percentage of the SEC season, and added six rebounds and four steals to her 24 total points.
Which was her fifth consecutive 20+ point game, and 10th in the last 11 games.
Carter set the Texas A&M sophomore scoring record with 584 points on the year, and now holds the A&M freshman season and sophomore season scoring mark.
She set a Texas A&M record with 1,400 points in her first two seasons, passing Danielle Adams' mark of 1,386. She also passed Adams for 11th on Texas A&M's career scoring list. Carter extended her Texas A&M records with her 36th consecutive game of scoring 10+ points and her 44th career 20+ point game.


• Freshman Of The Week •

 • Tennessee's Mimi Collins • 
Collins has played a more vital role for the team as the season has gone along, and that was on display last week.
She averaged 11.5 points and 3.0 rebounds as the Lady Vols closed out the regular season slate with a split against Vanderbilt and Ole Miss.
She shot 61.5 percent (8-13) from the field, 100 percent from the three-point arc (2-2) and 71.4 percent (5-7) from the free throw line.
On Thursday night vs. Vanderbilt, Collins, tossed in a career-high 14 points and pulled down three rebounds off the bench in 22 minutes for only her sixth double-figure scoring game of the year.
It was, however, her third double-figure contest in the past seven outings.
Collins fired in a pair of three-pointers en route to going four of six from the field vs. the Commodores.
She also went four of five from the free throw line.
At Ole Miss on Sunday, Collins earned her first career start and tallied nine points while pulling down three rebounds and adding an assist in 25 minutes.
She joined with Cheridene Green in limiting Ole Miss' interior starters to only a combined four points and three rebounds.






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Alabama vs Duke
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Atlanta, Georgia
August 31st, 2019
Won-Loss
Record: 0-0

New Mex St. vs Bama
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Tuscaloosa, Ala.
September 7th, 2019
Won-Loss
Record: 0-0

Alabama vs So. Car
@
Columbia, S.C.
September 14th, 2019
Won-Loss
All: 0-0 / SEC: 0-0

Bama vs So. Miss.
@
Tuscaloosa, Ala.
September 21st, 2019
Won-Loss
All: 0-0 / SEC: 0-0

Ole Miss vs Alabama
@
Tuscaloosa, Ala.
September 28th, 2019
Won-Loss
All: 0-0 / SEC: 0-0

Bama vs Texas A&M
@
College Station, TX
October 12th, 2018
Won- Loss
All: 0-0 / SEC: 0-0

Tennessee vs Bama
@
Tuscaloosa, AL
October 19th, 2019
Won-Loss
All: 0-0 / SEC: 0-0

Bama vs Arkansas
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Fayetteville, Ark..
October 26th, 2019
Won-Loss
All: 0-0 / SEC: 0-0

L.S.U. vs Bama
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Baton Rouge, La.
November 9th, 2019
Won-Loss
All: 0-0 / SEC: 0-0

Bama vs Miss. St.
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Tuscaloosa, Ala.
November 16th, 2019
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All: 10-0 / SEC: 7-0

W. Carolina vs Bama
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Tuscaloosa, Ala.
November 23rd, 2019
Won-Loss
All: 0-0 / SEC: 0-0

Alabama vs Barn
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November 30th, 2019
Won-Loss
All: 0-0 / SEC: 0-0

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Atlanta, GA.
December 7th, 2019
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