Alabama Crimson Tide women's volleyball

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Alabama Crimson Tide volleyball
Alabama Crimson Tide volleyball athletic logo

University University of Alabama
Conference SEC
Location Tuscaloosa, AL
Head Coach Ed Allen (3rd year)
Arena Foster Auditorium
(Capacity: 5,400)
Nickname Alabama Crimson Tide
Colors Crimson and White

             

AIAW and NCAA Tournament Appearances
1976, 1977, 1978, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2013

The Alabama Crimson Tide volleyball team represents the University of Alabama located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and competes in National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) Division I, and the Southeastern Conference (SEC).

Program record and history[edit]

The University of Alabama first fielded a women's volleyball team in the fall of 1974. Since then the Crimson Tide has been to the AIAW & NCAA Tournament 7 times, and won the SEC Western Division titles in 2000 & 2004.[1] After being the head coach for 15 years Judy Green retired after the 2010 season. Alabama then hired Ed Allen to take over the program as they transitioned back into Foster Auditorium, their original home.[2] In 2013, three years into Allen's tenure, the Crimson Tide returned to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2007.

Year Head Coach Overall
Record
Conference
Record
Conference
Standing
Postseason
1974 Stephanie Schleuder 6–13
1975 Stephanie Schleuder 34–12
1976 Stephanie Schleuder 52–6 AIAW Tournament
1977 Stephanie Schleuder 57–5 AIAW Tournament
1978 Stephanie Schleuder 33–19 AIAW Tournament
1979 Stephanie Schleuder 43–15
1980 Stephanie Schleuder 36–20
' (SEC) (1981–present)
1981 Stephanie Schleuder 24–18 3–3
No Volleyball Program (1982–1988)
1989 Dorothy Franco-Reed 13–24 0–8 9th
1990 Dorothy Franco-Reed 15–22 1–7 9th
1991 Dorothy Franco-Reed 14–18 5–10 6th
1992 Dorothy Franco-Reed 10–22 4–10 7th
1993 Dorothy Franco-Reed 17–21 2–12 9th
1994 Dorothy Franco-Reed 21–14 8–8 6th
1995 Dorothy Franco-Reed 24–10 7–8 8th
1996 Judy Green 5–31 1–14 11th
1997 Judy Green 9–23 2–13 10th
1998 Judy Green 14–18 2–13 10th
1999 Judy Green 17–15 7–8 6th
2000 Judy Green 22–8 11–4 3rd
2001 Judy Green 22–9 10–5 5th
2002 Judy Green 19–15 8–8 5th
2003 Judy Green 18–13 11–5 3rd
2004 Judy Green 21–9 10–6 3rd
2005 Judy Green 23–11 9–7 6th NCAA First round
2006 Judy Green 17–13 12–8 3rd NCAA First round
2007 Judy Green 15–15 12–8 5th NCAA First round
2008 Judy Green 16–13 9–11 8th
2009 Judy Green 8–22 6–14 7th
2010 Judy Green 11–19 3–17 10th
2011 Ed Allen 11–20 4–16 12th
2012 Ed Allen 18–14 7–13 7th
2013 Ed Allen 24–9 11–7 4th NCAA First round
Total 689–516 165–243

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