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Auburn returned home on Wednesday night following three consecutive losses and two road games. After a sluggish first half, Auburn opened things up in the second half and defeated Missouri 92-58. With that win, Auburn will look to continue the winning ways in upcoming home games against Alabama and Florida.
Auburn loses a tough battle to SEC foe the Texas A&M Aggies 69-67.The Tigers move to 15-4 on the season and 3-3 in conference play.
Friday brings WEGL's second Friday Double Header. Beauregard will travel to Notasulga in a matchup that can be heard live @WEGLSports.
Auburn guard Robyn Benton was announced as the SEC Freshman of the week on Tuesday.
A new era of sports talk shows and fan interaction will be brought to The Plains.
This week is another big week for WEGL Sports that features 3 Beauregard basketball games and another Friday Double Header as Auburn Hockey returns home to take on MTSU.
Auburn baseball continues to rake in preseason rankings as the Tigers were ranked No.17 by Baseball America.
Auburn basketball fell to Kentucky Saturday in a game that resulted in an 82-80 score. Despite the loss, the Tigers proved that they belong among college basketball's top programs. The Tigers trailed by 17 points at one point in the game, but managed to fight their way back to gain the lead with 30 seconds left.
No. 14 Auburn lost in a highly contested battle against No.12 Kentucky 82-80 Saturday afternoon in front of a sold-out and rowdy Auburn Arena.
Tonight on WEGL Radio, Beauregard basketball travels to Valley, AL to take on Beulah. The game can be heard on Twitter Live @WEGL_AU. The projected first tip will be around 7:30PM. Tune in for the pregame show at 7:20PM.
Auburn Hockey split the series with UAH this past weekend as over 700 listeners tuned in for both games. UAH came back in dramatic fashion to win game 1 4-3. Auburn would seek revenge the next day and win game 2 by the same score.
Auburn women’s basketball took a tough loss tonight in the Auburn Arena against the No. 7 Mississippi State Bulldogs, 85-59. The Tigers now stand at 14-3 overall and 2-2 in the Southeastern Conference.
After suffering a tough road loss against Ole Miss Wednesday, Auburn used their home court advantage to defeat Georgia 93-78 Saturday afternoon in front of a sold out Auburn Arena.
Join WEGL in it's first Friday Double Header. WEGL will broadcast Beauregard High School Basketball and, for the first time, Auburn Club Hockey simultaneously starting at 7:30 PM CT.
The Auburn Women’s Basketball team fell to No. 10 Tennessee Volunteers tonight at home, 78-69. The two teams went neck and neck, tying the score eight times throughout the game.
McKay averaged 18.3 points, 4.0 assists and 2.0 steals in the Tigers’ three victories. She scored 21 points and hit critical free throws in both games in Myrtle Beach, S.C. to lead the tigers past Coastal Caroline and North Carolina.
Moore scored a career-high 23 points in 23 minutes off the bench to lead Auburn in a 83-50 win over Alabama State on Saturday. This marked Moore with the highest scoring total by an Auburn player this year as she scored five 3-pointers and beat the buzzer just before halftime.
The No. 8 Auburn Tigers clawed their way to a close victory in overtime, 75-71, against the UAB Blazers Saturday. The basketball match up drew in a large crowd in Birmingham for the Mike Slive Invitational, with almost 16,000 in attendance.