Alabama Women's Basketball Lands High-Profile Commitment: Roll Call, July 9, 2024

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Alabama women's basketball head coach Kristy Curry.
Alabama women's basketball head coach Kristy Curry. / Alabama Athletics

The 2025 recruiting class for the Alabama women's basketball program acquired a major commitment on Monday. Tianna Chambers, a four-star prospect and one of the best players in Colorado, committed to the Crimson Tide. The news was first reported by Talia Goodman of On3.

Chambers visited Tuscaloosa last month and had Alabama in her final two schools, alongside fellow SEC institution Mississippi State. She attends Cherry Creek High School in Englewood and had other offers, including one from Kentucky.

The guard tore her ACL this past season, cutting her junior campaign short. Chambers is not alone in the Alabama program's 2025 recruiting class, which also includes in-state Spring Garden star Ace Austin.

Commitment Hits 65-Yard FG

Fresh off of his commitment to play for Alabama on July 3, Class of 2025 kicker Peter Notaro shared a video on social media of him hitting a 65-yard field goal off a tee during an offseason workout. The Pennsylvania prospect is heading into his final year of high school, but 2023 Lou Groza Award winner, and Miami (Ohio) transfer, Graham Nicholson will be a senior during the 2024-25 season.

Notaro, the fourth ranked kicker in the nation according to Kohl’s Professional Camp’s rankings, is Alabama head coach Kalen DeBoer’s second specialist to commit in the 2025 recruiting cycle, joining punter Alex Asparuhov. — Hayden Kay

Today's Crimson Tide Schedule:

  • No games scheduled.

Crimson Tide Results:

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Countdown to Crimson Tide's 2024 Football Season Opener:

  • 53 days.

On This Day in Crimson Tide History:

  • July 9, 1931: Jimmy Moore, one of the stars of the 1930 national championship team, died tragically at Ft. McClellan after being stricken with spinal meningitis. The 23-year-old Moore was a native of Anniston. More than 5,000 people attended his funeral, with teammates Charles Clement, Joe Sharpe, Earl Smith, Ben Smith, Albert Elmore, Dave Boykin and John Henry Suther serving as pallbearers.
  • July 9, 1985: Joe Namath signed a five-year deal with ABC to provide commentary for "Monday Night Football." 

Crimson Tide Quote of the Day:

  • "When we have a good team, I know it's because we have boys that come from good mommas and pappas." — Paul W. “Bear” Bryant

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