My name is Katie Holec and I’m from Oakton, Virginia. I’m a junior at UA majoring in public relations. Sports have always been a part of my life. I played many different sports in my youth but now I just watch them. During the hockey season you can find me on the couch cheering on the Washington Capitals and occasionally screaming at the TV. While I prefer to watch hockey I also spend my time watching football, baseball and softball. Go Caps and Roll Tide!
Alabama Softball Ends 2021 Season Ranked No. 3
Alabama Softball ended its 2021 season ranked No. 3 in the national polls. This is the team's second top-five finish in the last three years and its 22nd top-25 finish in a row.
Alabama’s KB Sides Enters the Transfer Portal
Sides spent four seasons with the Crimson Tide and decided to transfer for her COVID eligibility year. As a freshman, she appeared in 44 games primarily as a pinch-runner. In her sophomore year the Dora, Ala., native gained her spot in the Alabama outfield and would go on to start 134 games in her c…
Alabama Softball Four-Run Inning Wins Game 1 of Super Regional
With a trip to the Women’s College World Series on the line, the Crimson Tide didn’t give up after being down 2-0.
Alabama Shuts Out Clemson Again and Advances to Super Regionals
Taylor Clark’s big three-run home run in the second inning gave the Crimson Tide a four-run cushion.
Saturday Shutout Sends Alabama Softball to NCAA Regional Final
Alabama (47-7) advances to the regional final after a 6-0 shutout over Clemson (43-7) thanks to small ball, speed and pitching.
Alabama Softball Shuts Out Florida to Win SEC Tournament at Home
The Alabama Crimson Tide are the 2021 SEC Softball Tournament Champions! Alabama beat the Gators 4-0 on its home turf to win the title.
Sixth Inning Comeback Sends Alabama to Championship Round
Any semifinal game comes with a lot of pressure, and the team that can perform under it is the team that will prevail.
Alabama Softball Defeats Kentucky 5-1 in Tournament Quarterfinals
Bailey Hemphill, SEC Player of the Year and Montana Fouts, SEC Co-Pitcher of the Year, put on performances that helped their team move on to the semifinals.
Alabama Softball Secures Final SEC Series Win Over Ole Miss
In the fourth inning, Alabama’s offense really exploded. Five singles, a double and a walk gave the Crimson Tide a six-run inning to secure its series win.
Alabama Softball’s Offense Run-Rules Ole Miss in 8-0 Victory
Elissa Brown hit a walk-off single in the fifth and Montana Fouts held the Rebels to just two hits.