Auburn, AL: In the second game in two days, the Auburn Tigers took on the Texas A&M Aggies inside Neville Arena with the Tigers coming out victorious 3-1 (25-21, 29-27, 24-26, 33-31). This win gave the Tigers their 20th win on the season, the first time the program has reached this mark since 2010.
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Auburn, AL - In a crucial match for the Tigers, Auburn hosted the Texas A&M Aggies in game one of two in the weekend series and were able to protect home court, winning the match 3-1 (25-22, 25-22, 22-25, 25-21).
Auburn, AL: Auburn basketball is finally back. After an incredible 2021-2022 campaign which saw the Tigers rise to the top spot of the AP poll for the first time in program history along with a 19-game winning streak, Auburn men’s basketball is finally back. With the struggles the football program has endured this fall, this is living up to be one of the most anticipated seasons of Auburn basketball to date. As tipoff is only a few days away before the Jungle is back inside Neville area, this article should fill you in on some key details and points to know before heading into Coach Bruce Pearl’s ninth season on the Plains
Auburn, AL: In one of the most anticipated matches in Auburn volleyball history, the 14th ranked Florida Gators swept the Auburn Tigers in straight sets 3-0 (25-23, 25-18, 25-15). While the score may not reflect, the Tigers never backed down during the match and competed until the end.
Auburn, AL: It was a crazy night inside Neville Arena as the Auburn Tigers won a hard-fought contest between the Tennessee Lady Vols 3-1 (25-15, 25-13, 29-27, 27-25). The four-set matchup looked much closer on the final score then it did during the match.
Auburn, AL: It was another Monday and the press once again descended on the Auburn athletics complex to hear from Auburn head coach Bryan Harsin. Following a 21-17 loss to the LSU Tigers, some key questions were raised about the Tigers performance so far this season on special teams.
Auburn, AL: It was another Monday afternoon and the media were back again inside the Auburn athletics complex for the weekly Monday press conference. The Tigers once again struggled in the game, but recorded a different result, winning 17-14 over the Missouri Tigers in overtime. After only recording 217 yards of offense and going 3-16 on third down, the topic of discussion once again focused on the quarterbacks. Following his first start as a Tiger and throwing 12 completions for 127 yards, quarterback Robby Ashford was listed as the QB1 going into this Saturday nights matchup versus the LSU Tigers in the last of five straight home games for Auburn.
Auburn, AL: It’s game week once again for the Auburn Tigers, and while they are only three games into the season, there is a sense of intense doubt and concern about the Auburn football program. After dropping a game 41-12 to the Penn State Nittany Lions, you can’t blame people for being concerned. The concern then can lead to doubts about leadership and doubts can lead to changes being made.
Auburn, AL: It is the start of a new game week and once again the media descended upon the Auburn athletics complex to hear from Coach Bryan Harsin and select players at their Monday press conference. Feeling like a scene out of Bill Murray’s Groundhog Day, once again the main topic of discussion in the press conference was the quarterback position. On Saturday in a 41-12 loss to Penn State, quarterbacks T.J. Finley and Robby Ashford combined for a total of 296 passing yards, completing 21 of 38 pass attempts. Both also struggled with turnovers, with both throwing a interception and T.J. Finley fumbling twice, losing the ball once.
Auburn, AL: The Auburn Tigers volleyball program continues a historic start for the program, now setting a new program record with an 11-0 start to a season. This weekend they were in Jacksonville, Alabama for the JSU Invitational to take on Southern Miss on Friday and Jackson State and Jacksonville State on Saturday.
Slow and Steady Wins the (Spartan) Race: Auburn Survives Against A Challenging San José State Team to Move to 2-0
Auburn, AL: It was a cloudy and gloomy day in Auburn, Alabama, but inside Jordan-Hare Stadium the atmosphere was anything but grey, well at least in the second half. The Tigers were set to take on the San José State Spartans, led by coach Brent Brennan.
On Sunday afternoon the Tigers traveled to Winston-Salem, NC to take on the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. This is the first matchup between the teams since 2011, when the Demon Deacons took the win 4-1 at the Auburn soccer complex.
Last season for the Auburn Tigers was one to remember. The Tigers finished the season with a 12-7-1 record while also making the NCAA tournament but getting bounced in the first round by in-state foe the Samford Bulldogs. During the season, the Tigers also made their way into the history books by achieving the longest winning streak in program history by winning 11 games in a row, dating all the way back to the 2020-2021 season, including starting off last season 6-0-0.
Nate LaRue’s 10th Inning Walk Off RBI Single Lifts the Tigers over the Alabama State Hornets 6-5 In a Midweek Skirmish
On a beautiful evening on the Plains, the No. 19 Auburn Tigers would take on the Alabama State Hornets at Plainsman Park. Auburn came into the game after losing the weekend series in Starkville to the reigning national champion Mississippi State Bulldogs and were looking to bounce back and grab some momentum before tomorrow’s game against Kennesaw State and this weekend’s series against the South Carolina Gamecocks.
On a Saturday afternoon in Fort Worth, Texas, the Auburn Tigers were making history. They would be competing in the gymnastics national championship meet against three very storied programs in colligate gymnastics. A year of trials and success would all come down to one final meet against three of the top four teams in the nation.
On a Tuesday night at Plainsman Park for “Bark in the Park” night, it was fitting for the Auburn Tigers to be taking on the Samford Bulldogs in a mid-week showdown of the in-state teams. The Bulldogs started it off early with taking two early walks followed by a 6-4-3 double play hit by Kaden Dreier that brought in the Bulldogs only run of the game. That was all the scoring the Bulldogs would have for the evening. For the rest of the game, Auburn’s pitchers would have seventeen strikeouts only allowing three hits from the Bulldogs for the rest of the game.
The #5 Auburn Tigers were back in Auburn Arena to take on the Kentucky Wildcats after their 197.175 - 196.300 victory over the Georgia Bulldogs last Friday night. Kentucky came into the meet after a very close loss to the #3 Florida Gators 197.575 - 197.350 in Lexington. This turned out to be a truly incredible night for the Tigers.