Tuscaloosa, AL – The University of Alabama Adapted Athletics is hosting a men’s and women’s wheelchair basketball camp this summer from June 19-22. The camp will include intensive 2-3 teaching sessions a day as well as elective activities in wheelchair tennis, adapted golf and adapted rowing. The cost of the camp is $450 per person. To sign up just click on the summer camp tab for men’s or women’s basketball. You can complete your application and pay online. See you this summer! Roll Tide!
Tuscaloosa, AL – The University of Alabama Adapted Athletics is hosting their first annual Adapted Golf Tournament at the Links Golf Tournament on April 12 at the Links Golf Course in Tuscaloosa. Check in is at 11:30 AM and the Shotgun Start is at 1:00 PM. There are still some openings for individuals and teams to register. The cost is $100 per person and you can register and pay for the tournament by clicking on the Adapted Golf tab above. Contact Adapted Golf Coach Ford Burttram with any questions. See you at the Links!
Tuscaloosa, AL. – The Alabama Men won their first National Championship in Wheelchair Basketball this weekend with a 71-52 win over Texas-Arlington. Jared Arambula and Jannik Blair were named to the All American Team and Ryan Hynes made Academic All American. Jared Arambula led the Tide with 21 points followed by fellow senior Mark Booth with 18. Ryan Hynes and Kyle Killworth chipped 10 points each. The Alabama Women fell short of taking home their 4th title in 5 years with a loss in the Championship game to UWW 55-41. Karolina Lingyte led the Alabama women with 17 points in the title game followed by Katie Harnock with 12 and Annika Zeyen with 11. Cindy Ouellet and Annika Zeyen were selected to First Team All American and Karolina Lingyte and Katie Harnock made Second Team All American. Karolina LIngyte, Annika Zeyen and Lindsey Metz were also Awarded Academic All American Awards.