Women's Basketball Hosts Eagles Next
"We had a good practice today and have made steps in the right direction," said Alabama Coach Wendell Hudson. "We are still trying to get the personnel right, but that will come as we get more game time. This is a big week for us. We have our game tomorrow then we head on the road for three straight road tests. This will be a great learning opportunity for the team."
Monday's game will be the eighth meeting between the Crimson Tide and Eagles. Alabama has won six straight in the series, including a 65-55 victory on the road last season.
The Tide will look to make it two wins in a row when it takes on the Eagles on Monday, as Alabama most recently posted a 78-52 victory over Northwestern State on Friday. Junior Meghan Perkins and sophomore Jasmine Robinson led the Tide offense with 22 points and 20 points, respectively. Alabama also forced 29 Lady Demon turnovers and doubled Northwestern State in points in the paint, 36-18.
Georgia Southern edged Mercer, 57-55, to pick up its first win of the season last Thursday. The Eagles were led in scoring by Meredyth Frye, who had 17 points. She also leads Georgia Southern in scoring on the season with an average of 11.0 points per game.
Monday's game can be heard on the radio on the Crimson Tide Sports Network. For a list of participating channels, visit RollTide.com. Fans can also listen live online or follow along with live scoring by vising RollTide.com.
Season tickets are currently on sale starting at $40 for the general public and $35 for University of Alabama faculty and staff. Single-game tickets are also on sale at the cost of $8 for adults and $5 for youth 18 and under. Tickets can be purchased online at RollTide.com or by calling the Alabama Ticket Office at 1-877-TIDETIX (843-3849).
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