Auburn drops game one of NCAA regional
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For the first time in Auburn baseball history, Plainsman Park will host a regional in back-to-back years, with this year’s squad receiving the 13th overall seed in the NCAA Tournament.
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After coming off a tough loss Wednesday night against Vanderbilt, Auburn was placed in the loser’s bracket. Facing an elimination game against rivals Alabama, Auburn would pose a threat early on but quickly die off, being sent home early by a score of 7-4.
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Hangout Music Festival starts the summer on a good note by celebrating community, up and coming artists and a good time.
The No. 19 Auburn Tigers (33-19-1, 17-13 SEC) earned their fifth-straight series win and back-to-back sweeps after taking all three games against the Missouri Tigers (30-23, 10-19 SEC) this weekend at home inside Plainsman Park to close out the regular season. The Tigers also cliched their second straight SEC-winning season for the first time since doing so four-straight times from 1997-2000.
No. 16 Auburn (41-17) did not let up on its recent dominance in the first game of the Clemson Reginal. The Tigers were an offensive powerhouse, scoring 12 runs in just five innings to advance past Cal State Fullerton (33-20) by a score of 12-2.
No. 16 Auburn softball rewrote the history books Thursday at the SEC Tournament. Down by four runs, the Tigers were able to put together a comeback together against Ole Miss, winning 8-7, in what was Auburn's largest come-from-behind victory ever in the SEC Softball Tournament.
A week after taking two out of three games on the road against the No. 3 South Carolina Gamecocks last weekend, the Auburn Tigers (27-19-1, 11-13. SEC) picked up a win in two out of three games against the No. 1 LSU Tigers (37-10, 16-7 SEC) at home in Plainsman Park this weekend.
On Saturday, April 29th (keep that date in mind), Taylor Swift graced the stage at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia for her second night in the ATL during her highly anticipated Eras Tour.
David defeating Goliath, US Hockey beating the USSR, and the Tortoise winning over the Hare. These are some of the most recognizable underdog victories in history and this weekend another underdog prevailed as Auburn baseball shocked the college baseball world to win the series 2-1 over number three ranked South Carolina. The Tigers relied on strong pitching and electric at bats to succeed in taking their first SEC road series win of the season and handing the Gamecocks their first home series loss of the season.
The No. 17 Auburn Tigers won their third straight conference series in Columbia, taking games one and three over the Gamecocks.
After a disappointing loss in the midweek to Troy at home, Auburn is forced to have a quick turnaround in what will be their most challenging series of the season to date. The Tigers travel down to Columbia, SC where they will take on the #3 ranked South Carolina Gamecocks. Led by head coach Mark Kingston, the Gamecocks are one of the best teams in baseball. After just sweeping Florida, the Gamecocks come into this series will all the confidence in the world, hoping to find a way to win the SEC regular season crown.
The No. 17 Auburn Tigers look to win their third straight conference series in Columbia, when they take on the unranked South Carolina Gamecocks.
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Auburn, Ala – Auburn (23-16-1, 7-11 SEC) was back in action this weekend at Plainsman Park against the Mississippi State Bulldogs (23-17, 15-9 SEC). In a series that was a constant back and forth battle, Auburn would get the last laugh, taking the final game which secured the series victory.
The No. 19 Auburn Tigers (35-14, 11-7 SEC) were victorious in two out of three games against the No. 14 Alabama Crimson Tide (34-15, 10-8 SEC) at Rhoads Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama this weekend.