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In the final matchup of the regular season, the Auburn Tigers (18-10, 7-8) will travel down to the swamp to take on the Florida Gators (14-13, 5-10).
AUBURN, Ala. - No. 14 Auburn experienced a mixed bag of results in a doubleheader clash against UConn, claiming victory in the first game 8-1 before succumbing to an 8-4 defeat in the latter contest at Plainsman Park.
No.14 Auburn fell to No.20 Georgia 197.500 to 196.900 Friday night in Athens. Auburn entered Friday night hoping to flip the script in two ways. The first was to start stronger on the first two rotations and the second was to have a strong road meet.
AUBURN, Ala. – The Auburn Tigers (18-10, 7-8) took down the Mississippi State Bulldogs (20-10, 7-8) Thursday night in Neville Arena. Honesty Scott-Grayson led the way for the Tigers with 32 points. The win over the Bulldogs should be enough to get the Tigers to their first NCAA Tournament under third-year head coach Johnnie Harris.
Auburn, AL– After the Senior Night celebrations concluded it was straight to business for the Tigers (18-10, 7-8). Auburn, who was on the most unstable of bubbles, hosted the Mississippi State Bulldogs (20-10, 7-8) who came into this one a highly touted projected nine seed for the big dance. Auburn came out firing and took down the Bulldogs to give a huge boost to their resume heading into the final game of the regular season.
The Auburn Tigers (7-1) host the UConn Huskies (2-4) in a three-game weekend set at Plainsman Park starting Friday night. This is the first series between these two teams. The only previous meeting came in 2014. The Tigers won that one 7-3.
KNOXVILLE, TN – No. 11 Auburn (21-7,10-5) visited Rocky Top, the home of the Tennessee Volunteers (22-6, 12-3), who came into Wednesday's night clash ranked No. 4 in the country. The atmosphere did not disappoint and was a huge factor in this game. Auburn, who plays their home games in a arena almost three times smaller than the twenty-one thousand-seat Food City arena reacted well to the big stage, they called their first timeout that really related to the noise late in the second half meaning they got along well before that and even kept their composure after the timeout.
Auburn (17-10, 6-8) will host Mississippi State (20-9, 7-7) on Thursday. This year's leap day brings huge March implications as Auburn currently sits as the last team in, in ESPN's most recent Bracketology. Auburn’s final home game means senior night for the Tigers who will have four players participating in the ceremony.
No.14 Auburn will travel to Athens on Friday night to take on No.20 Georgia in the final dual meet of the season. Auburn is fresh off its Senior Night last Friday where it defeated No.13 Missouri, but the meet at Georgia will present a new challenge.
AUBURN, Ala. – Responding with resilience after a challenging loss against a formidable top-10 opponent and navigating late-night travel on Sunday, No. 14 Auburn showcased its strength by defeating Samford 12-3 Tuesday night at Plainsman Park.
No. 11 Auburn (21-6,10-4) will visit Rocky Top for a top 15 showdown with the No. 4 Tennessee Volunteers (21-6, 11-3). The Vols sit tied atop the SEC with Alabama, while the Tigers are tied one game back of the two powerhouses with South Carolina. A win on Rocky Top would go a long way for both programs in the final game of February.
Auburn (6-1) took on the University of Virginia Cavaliers (7-0) Sunday in a game that would take all nine innings to decide. The team was tied at one in the fourth inning when in the home half Manners drove in McMurray with two outs. That was Auburn’s last lead as in the fifth, sixth, and seventh the Cavaliers would score, taking the lead and not looking back as they would go on to win 6-4.
AUBURN, Ala. – The Auburn Tigers (16-10, 5-8) host the Texas A&M Aggies (18-8, 6-7) Sunday afternoon in Neville Arena. Both teams are looking for statement wins as the push for March basketball hits its final stretch.
Straight off a late-night comeback win over Iowa, Auburn had to turn around for a noon-time first pitch against Wichita State on Saturday. If the Tigers were sleep-deprived, it did not show. Auburn (6-0) ten-run ruled Wichita State (2-4) 19-8.