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April 29, 2016
Alabama Softball
For last weekend's three-game series against Kentucky at Rhoads Stadium Alabama topped 10,000 in attendance . . .
Tuscaloosa News

Alabama's freshman catcher hit a two-run home run in the first inning. Leona Lafaele then hit her own home run two innings later, a shot off the scoreboard in left-center field . . .
Mobile Press-Register

"I thought when Haylie got up that we were going to win it regardless of if it were her or Chandler," Alabama coach Patrick Murphy said . . .
Crimson White

The Crimson Tide held steady at No. 4 for the second straight week in the latest national polls . . .
University of Alabama

The University of Alabama softball team's junior slugger from Myrtle Beach, S.C., had just one hit in her previous 18 at-bats going into the bottom of the fourth inning of Sunday's game against Mississippi State . . .
Tuscaloosa News

With Alabama leading just 2-1 and two outs in the bottom of the fourth inning, the left-handed Runyon hit a grand slam down the right field off of her former travel league teammate . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Littlejohn got help from Alabama's bats. Senior centerfielder Haylie McCleney led off with a double in the three-run first inning . . .
Crimson White

"I'm really going up to the plate with a lot of confidence," Dykes said. "Just seeing what I can do. Putting the ball in play and just trying to make solid contact . . .
Birmingham News

Alabama went 3-1 last week, with all three wins over ranked conference teams . . .
Tuscaloosa News

No. 7 Alabama gave No. 1 Florida its first series loss of the season Sunday in a shutout road victory. Alabama's 3-0 win against the Gators gave Florida (34-3) its first series loss in more than a calendar year . . .
Birmingham News

No. 6 Alabama softball fell 3-2 to No. 1 Florida in Gainesville on Saturday. Alabama (30-7, 4-4 SEC) had six hits in the loss. Freshman catcher Reagan Dykes drove in both runs with a two-run home run . . .
Crimson White

There have been in-state deals and others with lingering bad blood. But with Florida, it's a battle for supremacy . . .
Birmingham News

Alabama is coming off a series win over 15th-ranked Missouri in Tuscaloosa that saw the Crimson Tide bounce back from a game one loss with two run-rule victories over the Tigers to secure the series . . .
University of Alabama

With Sunday's forecast for storms a decision was made to play a day-night double header on Saturday at 2pm and 8pm. Just like last week the Tide won the first two games before falling in game three . . .
SB Nation

Madi Moore (9-0) went the distance and picked up her ninth win of the season . . .
Crimson White

Over spring break, Alabama softball played eight games away from Rhoads Stadium. On Tuesday, the team starts a four-game home stand . . .
Bama Magazine

Alabama Softball is ranked No. 6 for the third-straight week in the USA Today/NFCA coaches' poll, while dropping two spots to No. 8 in the ESPN.com/USA Softball media poll . . .
University of Alabama

McCleney has the best batting average on Alabama's softball team through 29 games with a dominant .508 average . . .
Huntsville Times

Against New Mexico, centerfielder Haylie McCleney and designated-hitter Reagan Dykes each contributed a home run . . .
Birmingham News

Alabama made good use of the long ball to outscore opponents 15-1 in wins over Grand Canyon and New Mexico . . .
Bama Magazine

The Alabama (23-4) offense was held to just two runs on four hits, but it proved enough as Cal State Fullerton (20-9) struggled against Crimson Tide starter Alexis Osorio (8-2) . . .
University of Alabama

Bianka Bell and Kellsi Kloss each had home runs and No. 6 LSU tallied 10 hits against Alabama starter Alexis Osorio who lasted 5 2/3 innings and gave up seven earned runs . . .
Mobile Press-Register

Junior right-hander Sydney Littlejohn (9-2) earned the win after seven innings pitched. She allowed six hits, including a three-run home run . . .
Crimson White


 


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