Alabama basketball found out its seeding, opponent and location in the NCAA Tournament on Sunday. The Crimson Tide received the No. 4 seed and will play the No. 13 seed Charleston in Spokane, Wash., on Friday.

A tip-off time or television network has not yet been released by the NCAA for Friday’s game.

If they win, the Tide will move on to face the winner of the No. 5 seed Saint Mary's vs. No. 12 seed Grand Canyon game on Sunday.

Alabama is in the West region of the NCAA Tournament, which sets up the possibility of a Sweet 16 matchup against the region's top seed, North Carolina, next week in Los Angeles.

This is the fourth straight season Alabama has reached the NCAA Tournament, marking its longest streak since appearing in five consecutive tournaments from 2002 to 2006. Between 2006 and 2021, Alabama only made the NCAA Tournament twice (2012 and 2018).

This marks the seventh occasion in school history that Alabama has secured a No. 4 seed or higher in an NCAA Tournament, with three of those instances occurring since coach Nate Oats took over in 2019. Oats has signed a contract extension, which is anticipated to be approved by the university's board of trustees on Monday afternoon.

Alabama stumbles into the NCAA Tournament after dropping four of its last six games, including a one-and-done in the SEC Tournament quarterfinals against Florida on Friday night. The Tide hold a 21-11 record and ended the SEC regular season at 13-5, securing a No. 3 seed in the SEC Tournament.

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