TUSCALOOSA, AL – Brittany Davis and the Crimson Tide women’s basketball team made a statement to open the 2021-22 season, dismantling the Charleston Southern Buccaneers 109-32. 


After Alabama entered halftime up 46-16, the Tide orchestrated an insane 34-point third quarter to slam the door shut on any hope of a Charles Southern comeback. 


Davis was nothing short of stellar in Coleman Coliseum. The 5-foot-9 guard hailing from Manchester, Georgia dropped 25 points and shot 9 for 19 from the field. She also managed to snatch 12 rebounds and collect 2 assists. 


Davis had plenty of help; the Crimson Tide had five players score in double digits. Khyla Wade-Warren, Jada Rice, Taylor Sutton and Jamya Mingo-Young piled on 16, 14, 13 and 12 respectively.


The team as a whole shot 49.4% from the field, 32% from behind the arc and 74.2% from the free-throw line to the Buccaneers 21.4%, 17.6% and 100%. They also led Charles Southern in every statistical category except turnovers and fouls – if that isn’t indicative of a good game, nothing is. 


The Crimson Tide women’s basketball team kicked off the season with a massively impressive victory. They will look to carry this week’s momentum against Tulane at Coleman Coliseum on Nov. 14 at 2:00 P.M. CT.