Alabama men's golf to visit the White House
The Alabama men's golf team will be the guest of President Barack Obama at the White House on Monday.
The Crimson Tide are one of 19 national championship winning teams that will be honored during a ceremony held on the South Lawn.
Alabama captured the programs first NCAA title last June when it beat Illinois, 4-1.
Head coach Jay Seawell will be joined by golfers Cory Whitsett, Bobby Wyatt, Trey Mullinax, Justin Thomas, Tom Lovelady, Lee Knox, Dru Love, Williams Sellers and Robby Prater.
Former assistant coach Rob Bradley will also make the trip. He's now the head coach at Purdue.