The No. 19 Auburn Tigers traveled up to Knoxville, TN for a three-game series with the No. 1 Tennessee Volunteers. Auburn came into this series after sweeping the South Carolina Gamecocks at home last weekend and knocking off Jacksonville State on the road in Jacksonville, AL on Tuesday night. Tennessee came into this series after sweeping the Florida Gators in Gainesville, FL last weekend and beating Xavier at home on Tuesday night.
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Florida indie-rockers Flipturn hit the stage at The Masquerade for their own sold-out Shaky Knees Late Night Show.
The Regrettes put on a show you'll surely regret missing.
Mt. Joy light up Heaven for their Shaky Knees Late Night Show.
The No. 18 Auburn Tigers (30-12) (11-7 SEC) travelled to Jacksonville State (18-20) (11-7 ASUN) with a six-game win streak in their sails, the Tigers were of course looking for their seventh win, to boast confidence going into the heavyweight matchup against No. 1 Tennessee this weekend, and as Head Coach Butch Thompson said “This was a good win for us," as the Tigers picked the win 8-4, thanks to a combination of Brody Moore’s hitting and an amazing defensive displays from Kason Howell.
Red dirt legend Koe Wetzel lit up Sistrunk Farms for a headlining performance at Auburn Rodeo 2022.
The No. 18 Auburn Tigers (36-10) (9-9 SEC) traveled to Starkville Mississippi on the backs of a five game win streak to set up what felt like a big fight feel against the Mississippi State Bulldogs. (29-19) (8-10 SEC) Despite starting slow with a 3-2 loss for the Tigers, but was quickly rectified in games two and three as the Tigers went on to win the series thanks to the big bats of Bri Ellis and Nelia Peralta, and another big weekend from Maddie Penta.
The No. 19 Auburn Tigers hosted the South Carolina Gamecocks at Plainsman Park this weekend. Auburn came into this series after knocking off Alabama State and Kennesaw State on Tuesday and Wednesday respectively. South Carolina came into this series after taking two out of three games against Ole Miss at home last weekend and beating Winthrop in Rock Hill, SC on Wednesday night.
The No. 19 Auburn Tigers hosted the Kennesaw State Owls tonight at Plainsman Park. Auburn came into this contest after dropping two out of three games against the Mississippi State Bulldogs in Starkville last weekend and a walk-off win over the Alabama State Hornets last night.
After coming off four previous games won in run rule, there where high hopes that it could be done again as the No. 18 Auburn Tigers (24-9) (7-8 SEC) took on the Chattanooga Mocs (21-19) (5-4 SOCON) in what was a dominate, all though not perfect, performance from the Tigers, as Auburn won 7-3.
Today’s Senior Staff Spotlight goes to Jack Hart, otherwise known as president pro tempore! Jack is a soon-to-be graduate studying industrial and systems engineering with a minor in business. He’s been a WEGL member for five years and is currently holding the position as production director. Jack’s show, Compact Discourse, is a morning drive time show that covers topics ranging from current events, sports, and even the weather.
Meet today’s Senior Staff Spotlight, Will Root.
The No. 18 Auburn Tigers hosted the Jacksonville State Gamecocks at Jane B. Moore Field tonight. Auburn came into this contest after winning both games in a two-game set against Niagara. Jacksonville State came into this game after winning two out of three games against Lipscomb in Nashville over the weekend.
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.
English rockers Boston Manor hit the stage in Purgatory for an electric night.
St. Paul & The Broken Bones return home to Birmingham for a near sold out crowd at The Alabama Theatre.