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The Alabama Crimson Tide women's basketball program represents the University of Alabama in the sport of women's basketball. The team competes in the Southeastern Conference and National Collegiate Athletic Association. They are coached by Wendell Hudson, the first African-American student-athlete ever to play a sport at Alabama (1969–1973). He was also an SEC Player of the Year during his time as a player for the Crimson Tide.
The Crimson Tide has appeared in 10 NCAA Women's Basketball Tournaments, including an eight-year streak of consecutive appearances in the tournament stretching from 1992 to 1999. In 10 NCAA tournament appearances, Alabama has advanced to the "Sweet Sixteen" six times and the "Elite Eight" and the "Final Four" once, in 1994.
Notable seasons include 1977-78 (21-10 record, coached by Ed Nixon), 1980-81 (21-12 record, 2nd-place finish in the SEC, a 77-71 victory over Tennessee, coached by Ann Cronic), 1983-84 (21-9 record, a 2nd-place finish in the SEC, a 85-66 victory over Tennessee, and a final AP National Ranking of #12, coached by Ken Weeks), 1985-86 (20-9 record, coached by 1986 SEC Coach of the Year recipient, Lois Myers), 1991-92 (a 23-7 record, SEC 3rd place, final AP National Ranking of #18, coached by Rick Moody), 1992-93 (a 22-9 record, coached by Rick Moody), 1993-94 (a 26-7 record, 4th place SEC, Midwest Regional Tournament Champion, Final Four Participant, coached by Rick Moody), 1994-95 (a 22-9 record, final AP national ranking of #13, coached by Rick Moody), 1995-96 (a 24-8 record, 3rd place SEC, final national AP ranking of #10, coached by Rick Moody), 1996-97 (a 25-7 record, midseason #2 national ranking, 2nd place SEC (10-2), final AP national ranking of #8, coached by Rick Moody), 1997-98 (a 24-10 record, 2nd place SEC, final AP national ranking of #11, coached by Rick Moody), and 1998-99 (a 20-11 record, coached by Rick Moody).
The University of Alabama also has a Women's Wheelchair Basketball Program that began in 2003. The University of Alabama was the 2008 National Runner-up, and won the 2009 National Championship (34-2 record, with both losses to men's teams), and the 2010 National Championship 
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