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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.
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.
The Band CAMINO fight mother nature for as long as they can at a sold out show in Birmingham.
Lights honors 'Stan The Man' as she hit the big stage at The Masquerade.
28 years ago today on April 19th, one of the most important rap albums ever dropped. Emceed by a 20 year old kid from Queens named Nasir bin Olu Dara Jones, better known nowadays simply as Nas, Illmatic has gone down as one of the best, if not the best, and most influential hip hop albums to ever come out. It has been poured over, its word studied, its themes discussed and its legacy worshiped by hip hop fans all over the world. So, what makes Illmatic so special?
The No. 17 Auburn Tigers traveled to Starkville, MS to take on the Mississippi State Bulldogs at Dudy Noble Field. Auburn came into this series after taking two out of three games against the No. 12 Vanderbilt Commodores at home last weekend and beating the Samford Bulldogs at home on Tuesday night. Mississippi State came into this series after getting swept by the No. 15 LSU Tigers at home last weekend and beating the UAB Blazers at home on Tuesday night.
On a Saturday afternoon in Fort Worth, Texas, the Auburn Tigers were making history. They would be competing in the gymnastics national championship meet against three very storied programs in colligate gymnastics. A year of trials and success would all come down to one final meet against three of the top four teams in the nation.
After beating Mercer in six innings, the No. 19 Auburn Tigers (32-9) (7-8 SEC) came back to Jane B. Moore Field to take on the Niagara Purple Eagles (11-16) (5-3 MAAC) in a doubleheader on Friday April 15th. Auburn dominated the day winning the first game 8-0 in six innings and the second game 15-7 in five innings thanks to 26 total hits on the day, and riding fast starts to victory.
In a season full of historic moments, Auburn has made history again. The Tigers are heading to the Final Four for the first time ever, after placing second in the final semifinal behind the Florida Gators. Florida led the pack with a score of 197.9750 while Auburn was right behind at 197.8375.
On a Tuesday night at Plainsman Park for “Bark in the Park” night, it was fitting for the Auburn Tigers to be taking on the Samford Bulldogs in a mid-week showdown of the in-state teams. The Bulldogs started it off early with taking two early walks followed by a 6-4-3 double play hit by Kaden Dreier that brought in the Bulldogs only run of the game. That was all the scoring the Bulldogs would have for the evening. For the rest of the game, Auburn’s pitchers would have seventeen strikeouts only allowing three hits from the Bulldogs for the rest of the game.
Auburn had their annual inner-squad “A-Day” game today inside Jordan-Hare Stadium. The biggest question going into today was who will get the most playing time at the quarterback position. The new look of the defense was also a big talking point.
This week’s staff spotlight goes to WEGL’s own Dylan Basden! Dylan is currently studying Business Management with a focus in Entrepreneurship and Family Business. He has been with WEGL for three years, going on four, as a concert photographer and live events director. Dylan also currently directs all of WEGL’s Concerts on Campus events.
The Auburn Tigers traveled up to Birmingham, AL yesterday to take on the UAB Blazers at Regions Field for a one-game contest. Mason Barnett was the starting pitcher for Auburn and Thomas Ballard was the starting pitcher for UAB.
As the year comes to a close, we’ll be spotlighting a member with one of the shortest, but most eclectic tenures at WEGL. Senior Adam Lenhard, host of On the Air With Adam Tuesdays at 10, is always a positive and uplifting figure in the WEGL studio. So read along and get to know WEGL’s own Boss Man Music.
After beating Alabama State, the No. 17 Auburn Tigers softball team (29-6) (7-5 SEC) stayed home in Jane B. Moore Field to take on the No. 7 Florida Gators (30-6) (7-5 SEC) in what was a heavyweight matchup, that ended in a series win for the Florida Gators who just beat the Tigers 2-1.