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Bryant-Denny Stadium 360 degree security perimeter and concourse
As we head into our second home soccer game of the season, a reminder reminds us that Bryant-Denny Stadium has one 360 degree security perimeter, which includes six public security checkpoints located around the stadium. To facilitate access to the stadium, guests are asked to queue at the first security checkpoint they arrive at as they approach the stadium.
Once inside security proceed to the gate indicated on your ticket as your ticket will only be scanned at the gates listed. On Android devices, you must click the Details button on your digital ticket and scroll down to view your assigned gate.
Also remember that concessions on the south side of Bryant-Denny are now open to all fans. We’re also adding several drink and snack portables in the 100th and 800th level concourses on the east side to alleviate some of the queues at the concession booths experienced during the last game.
No. 18 Soccer hosts No. 4 South Carolina, Chattanooga this week
We have a big week ahead of us on the field as our national soccer team hosts No. 4 South Carolina in the opening game of the Southeastern Conference on Thursday at 6:00 p.m. The Tide will then exit SEC action on Sunday for their game against Chattanooga, also scheduled to start at 6 p.m. Entry to football is free, so help us fill the stands and give our team an incredible home field advantage!
Men’s Golf Wins Rod Myers Invitational Championship
Congratulations to our men’s golf team on winning their first team championship of the season at the Rod Myers Invitational. Canon Claycomb also claimed the medal award to lead the team to victory at the two day event. Celebratory milkshakes All over!
Six appointments announced
More ways to mark your calendars as we recently announced six more of our sports schedules including men’s basketball, women’s basketball, gymnastics (home schedule), men’s and women’s tennis and rowing.
The full men’s basketball schedule was announced today, which includes 18 SEC games and non-conference matchups featuring the likes of Gonzaga, Michigan State, Houston, Oklahoma and Memphis.
The women’s basketball schedule was also finalized this week with the announcement of our non-conference roster, which includes seven home games and the 16-game league roster.
We’ll kick off the basketball season on November 7th with a doubleheader featuring the women’s hosting Alabama A&M and the men’s Longwood.
Also announced on Monday is our home gym schedule for 2023, which will feature five matches, all of which will play teams that finished in the top 25 a year ago. We are looking forward to the coming season under the head coach in the first year Ashley Johnston and look forward to a full house in Coleman.
The men’s tennis team begins the fall portion of their schedule on September 23 when they travel to Notre Dame for the Notre Dame/Bobby Bayliss invitation before heading to the Four-in-the-Fall September 30-October 2 tournament returns home. Our women’s team will also be part of the Four-in-the-Fall, which is his first on-court action this season.
Rowing travels to Oklahoma to begin his season on October 1 at the Head of the Oklahoma and hosts Clemson, Louisville and Miami on October 29 at the Head of the Black Warrior River.
Swim duo named to Team USA
Congratulations to Rhyan White and Kensey McMahon, who were both named to the US National Swimming Team last week. It’s Rhyan’s second year with Team USA and Kensey’s third. Both women competed at the FINA World Championships last summer and both won a medal at the 2022 USA Swimming National Championships.
Anne Marie Hiser received the USTA Novo Nordisk Donnelly Award 2022
Congratulations also to Anne Marie Hiser from our women’s tennis team on winning the 2022 USTA Novo Nordisk Donnelly Award, presented annually to two tennis players who compete at the collegiate level and have been diagnosed with diabetes. Anne Marie, who was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of six, was presented with this prestigious award by tennis legend Billie Jean King at last week’s US Open.
2023 Football TIDE PRIDE waiting list
The Football TIDE PRIDE waitlist is the pathway to membership in TIDE PRIDE – Alabama Athletics’ priority seating program – and renewable Alabama football season tickets. The 2023 Football TIDE PRIDE Waitlist registration period has begun and the available inventory of season tickets will be offered to waitlist members in order of Tide Totals priority points next summer. To learn more about the Football TIDE PRIDE waitlist or to sign up, visit rolltide.com/waitinglist.
University in the spotlight
A Record registration was hired at the University of Alabama this year with 38,645 students on our campus, including the largest freshman class in history with 8,037 students. Our enrollment includes 1,088 National Merit Scholars, the most to have ever attended UA.
This week’s #RollTideFriday photos take us thousands of miles away as we have Brett Vines in Johannesburg, South Africa and Karen and Jerry Duncan at the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem.
Karen and Jerry Duncan
Remember to use the hashtag #RollTideFriday on your social media posts and tweet your photos to me at @Greg_Byrne. We’ll be selecting two photos to feature on each blog and adding even more to our #RollTideFriday Fan Hub. Let’s continue these great photos!
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