Annual Report

Since the 2011-12 academic year, The University of Alabama has detailed the success of its Athletics Department in the page of an Annual Report. Each year this book includes the previous year's wins and losses as well as the triumphs of the Crimson Tide's 21 teams, more than 550 student-athletes and its legion of fans.

Each volume is filled with highlights for each team, student-athlete and coach as well as describing each championship and accolade earned by the Crimson Tide. The Annual Report also includes pages of vivid images of the Crimson Tide's triumphs throughout.

In the midst of one of the Crimson Tide's true Golden Eras, each Annual Report brings all the proud moments of each season together in one amazing package.

INSIDE THE 2013-14 ANNUAL REPORT
  • Introduction 1-5

    The Annual Report opens with a letter from Director of Athletics Bill Battle and includes information on the Intercollegiate Athletics Committee and listings of all of the Crimson Tide’s national and Southeastern Conference championships.

  • The Teams 6-47

    Highlights for all 21 Crimson Tide teams for the 2013-14 season, including additional information and photo spreads on Alabama’s four championship teams (NCAA – Men’s Golf; SEC – Men’s Golf, Gymnastics, Women’s Tennis, Softball).

  • The Athletes 48-53

    From winning the Honda Cup – which goes annually to the National Female Athlete of the Year – to the Southeastern Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year, and every accolade in between, Alabama student-athletes earned conference, regional and national honors by the score during the 2013-14 academic year.

  • Academic Success 54-61

    The Crimson Tide enjoyed a season for the ages in 2013-14 when it came to the classroom, averaging over a 3.2 grade point average as a department, graduating more than a 100 student-athletes and several of the nation’s highest academic honors.

  • Student-Athlete Services and Community Outreach 62-65

    Members of the Crimson Tide are provided all the tools necessary to succeed as both students and athletes. They also work hard to make the community around them a better place.

  • Crimson Tide Facilities 66-69

    Through a relentless building campaign over the last decade, Alabama’s athletics facilities are among the nation’s best and are getting better all the time.

  • Keeping up with the Crimson Tide 70-74

    From RollTide.com to attending Alabama’s events in person, keeping up with the Crimson Tide is getting easier all the time.

  • Inside the Crimson Tide 75-84

    The last section of the annual report gives an inside look into the Alabama Athletics Department from last year’s all-sports rankings to equity, compliance and equity as well as staffing, the Crimson Tide Foundation and the A-Club.

     
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