Alabama softball's Team 25 captured the hearts of Crimson Tide fans by winning the SEC Tournament and making a deep run in the WCWS. The team lost many key players from its 2021 roster but is still expected to be a national contender in 2022. Alabama head coach Patrick Murphy announced on Twitter when and where Team 26 will start its new campaign.

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Alabama will take on the Lipscomb Bison in a double header on Oct. 10 in Nashville to open its "Fall Ball" season.

The Crimson Tide finished 52-9 last season and had a great crop of upperclassmen leading the charge. Alabama loses nine members off its roster due to graduation or transfer portal but is still expected to be nationally competitive.

The Tide brought in Ally Shipman from the University of Tennessee and Ashley Prange from the Ohio State University.

The remainder of the "Fall Ball" schedule is still yet to be determined but keep it locked into Tide 100.9 to more information when it is released.

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