The win moves Arkansas to 17-5 overall and 6-4 in the SEC. The Razorbacks have a bye Sunday before hosting South Carolina Feb. 9 at 7 p.m.
"This win means a lot," Arkansas head coach Tom Collen said. "It's pretty hard to win six in a row in any sport in this league. We are getting better. Tonight wasn't a pretty game but the team got the message at the half and found the energy they needed to finish strong."
Daniels' 12 points paired with six rebounds for the game. Junior Sarah Watkins scored 11 points in 18 minutes and senior Lyndsay Harris has 11 points with three, three-pointers. Sophomore Keira Peak led the team with eight rebounds.
The Razorbacks won the rebounding battle, 53-32, and forced 20 turnovers in the win.
Arkansas started the game 0-for-6 from the floor and Alabama grabbed a quick lead, 6-3. The Razorbacks found the offense and went on an 11-2 run over the next 7:14 effectively shutting the door on a struggling Crimson Tide team.
Although the first half was sloppy at times with 22 combined turnovers, Arkansas dominated the boards and shut down the Bama offense not allowing a Crimson Tide field goal for a 14:52 stretch.
The half closed with Arkansas up 26-16, shooting 33.3 percent on 11-for-33 from the floor. Daniels had nine points and five rebounds to lead the Razorbacks. Alabama shot just 18.2 percent going 4-for-22 in the first half.
Bama's shooting woes continued in the second half as they started the first seven minutes without a field goal, going more than 21 minutes with just one basket from the floor.
Arkansas continued its steady effort and was able to play all 13 players in the game as they cruised to the win.
Arkansas returns to the court hosting South Carolina who has big wins this year over Georgia and most recently Tennessee, who are nationally ranked.
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-Arkansas is 16-14 all-time against Alabama
-Arkansas has won six SEC games in a row, the longest SEC winning streak in program history
-Arkansas has a bye on Sunday
-Arkansas is 8-2-1 all-time on Groundhog Day
-Arkansas senior Ashley Daniels has six consecutive games in double figure scoring
-Ashley Daniels won the tip
-Senior C'eira Ricketts entered the game with 288 career steals. She needs five to tie and six to break the school record of 293 held by Tracy Webb (1983-87) who had 293 in 117 games. She finished with two steals in the game
-Arkansas started the game 0-6 from the floor
-Seven of the 13 players who played Thursday had a steal for Arkansas