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Kansas City, Missouri — Day 1: Thursday —The Sweet Sixteen kicked off Thursday night with the first four of the eight games. Thursday night’s matchups included one-seed Gonzaga taking on four-seed Florida State in the West region, two-seed Tennessee facing off against three-seed Purdue in the South region, two-seed Michigan playing three-seed Texas Tech in the West region, and 12-seed Oregon, the sole Cinderella of the tournament, taking on 1-seed Virginia in the South region.
The Auburn Tigers are headed to the Elite Eight after a 97-80 victory over one seed North Carolina. The game was fast paced as expected going back and forth during the first half, then Auburn pulled away in the second half. What was not expected was where the Auburn offense came from.
The Auburn Tigers posted another impressive win over another college powerhouse on Friday, in large part to incredible 3-point shooting and team distribution. The win puts Auburn with an Elite Eight matchup against conference foe Kentucky.
AUBURN, Ala- Auburn's pitching has been a strength so far this season, but can they keep it up against an offensive heavy team in South Carolina?
Auburn sits alone at the top of college basketball with 421 made 3-point shots on the season. It's no surprise to see the team that has made the most of the mot valuable shot in the game still in tournament play.
Auburn plays North Carolina on Friday March 29th in an exciting matchup of high powered offenses and speed. The teams will meet in Kansas City at 6:30.
These last two weeks have been tough ones for Auburn tennis. Both the men’s and women’s teams are 0-7 in the conference this spring, each team’s most recent loss coming at the hands of rival Alabama. Where did things go wrong for both teams?
The Tigers were able to overcome a 5-0 deficit for a game one victory over Mississippi State. Games two and three proved to be offensive showcases for the Bulldogs though as they took advantage of an Auburn pitching staff missing two starters by scoring 35 total runs.
After an impressive first half, Auburn held on to defeat Kansas 89-75 in the second round of the NCAA Men’s Tournament Saturday night in Salt Lake City.
Bay and Jacob recap Auburn's survival of New Mexico State in the Round of 64 then preview what they will face on Saturday. They then take a look at the overall tournament field. Who do they have as their biggest upsets and who will make a run to the Final Four?
The Xtra Point, presented by WEGL Radio and Eagle Eye, will be holding a March Madness Special this Thursday to get you ready for the first round of games. Starting at 7am, The Xtra Point will be breaking down each regional up until noon when Auburn gets ready for their game against New Mexico State at 12:30.
WEGL Radio and Campus Recreation are teaming up to bring all four intramural championship games to you tomorrow. All for games will be broadcast LIVE on Twitter and for the first time be a TV stream. The games will be on Court 2 starting at 6pm.
The regular season has come and gone for the SEC, which means: it's tournament time! All fourteen teams are seeded based off of their regular season records, and the top four seeds receive a double bye. Despite some late season turmoil, LSU is the number one seed, followed by Kentucky, Tennessee, and South Carolina. Auburn is the fifth seed by virtue of a tie with South Carolina (The Gamecocks own the tiebreaker). The tournament is held in Nashville and play begins on Wednesday.
The Auburn Tigers headed into the 2018-19 campaign with lofty expectations following a regular season SEC title and their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2003. Auburn lost Mustapha Heron, Desean Murray and Davion Mitchell from that tournament team, but added Austin Wiley, Danjel Purifoy and Samir Doughty. Auburn’s regular season was a roller coaster but ended on a high note.
AUBURN, Ala. (WEGL) — For Auburn’s baseball chaplain Scott Shepherd, two things have always been a constant in his life: his love for the game of baseball and his love for Auburn. However, he would say that both pale in comparison to his love for the Lord.
During Pro Days most of the national focus is on freak athletes who impressed at the Combine or players who underperformed in Indianapolis, but the most interesting stories here are the guys performing in front of scouts and GMs for the first time and trying to make any kind of impression on them.