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Cal softball ready for run at title

For the 30th time in program history, Cal Softball is heading to the NCAA Tournament as the Bears begin their quest to reach the Women’s College World Series with a trip to Tuscaloosa, Ala. 1,006 more words

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Long Course Duathlon National Championship at Cary Du Classic

This was my 2nd time racing the Cary Du Classic as the Long Course Duathlon National Championship and to sum it up – I had a bad day. 795 more words

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Former Bama linebacker notches third MMA win with TKO

Eryk Anders was a linebacker on some of the first Alabama teams under Nick Saban. He played from 2006 to 2009 and won a National Championship in the 2010 game (for the 2009 season). 85 more words

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Nideffer, Karwasky & Carter Nab Singles Titles at National Hard Courts Saturday

Ros Nideffer beat Natalie Hereman Bagby in three sets today to win the 50 Hard Courts. Ros dropped the first set, and went up a break in the second before Natalie broke back to level the set at 4-4. 215 more words

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Obama honors UConn women's basketball team at White House

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For the sixth time in eight years, the University of Connecticut women’s basketball players clinched the NCAA national championship. And now that they’ve won, they’re going to Disney World! 360 more words

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Alabama AD details exactly why Saban is better than all other coaches

Alabama athletic director Bill Battle is one of the few people who gets to watch Nick Saban work up close and personally. He has been the AD since 2013 and has never a guy who can compartmentalize things and move on to the next objective quite like Saban. 207 more words

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Saban defends Alabama amid possible recruiting violations

Nick Saban said he’s not going to talk about personnel decisions, but sure made a point to defend his program.

During an SEC West coaches’ conference call on May 5, Saban said he “was not going to comment on any personnel decisions or any kind of investigations,” when asked if he could elaborate on Bo Davis’ resignation. 247 more words

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