Alabama baseball head coach Brad Bohannon won his 150th game with the program on Wednesday. His team did more than enough to earn the accolade, beating Alabama State by a football score of 21-7.

Bohannon is in his sixth season as head coach, inheriting the reins of the Crimson Tide program in 2017 after spending time as an Auburn assistant. Alabama has won 30 games or more in each of the previous two seasons and stretched its 2023 record to 14-0 with Wednesday’s result.

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“It’s crazy how fast it’s gone,” Bohannon said. “I’m really proud of the progress the program’s made. We need to take a step forward this year, and we’re confident that that is happening.”

“It all starts at the top,” shortstop Jim Jarvis said of the accomplishment. “Whatever you see on the field doesn’t just happen- you’ve gotta imagine the amount of work that’s getting put in by the coaching staff in guiding us in the little things we do, like approach, pitch calling, defense, whatever- everything starts from the top down.”

Jarvis played a big role in win number 150 with his second big fly in as many days. He also had three RBIs. Jarvis has been with the program since the shortened 2020 season, where he started 15 games. Bohannon would have reached his 150th win sooner had that season not been axed- the Crimson Tide was 16-1 and had been ranked when the spring campaign was halted.

This season’s goal of reaching a second NCAA regional in three years is an important one, and for No. 18 Alabama, wins like Wednesday’s only build confidence in a season that has already been incredibly promising.

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