After winning the night before against the Alabama State Yellowjackets, the Auburn Tigers (7-2) came back to Plainsmen Park to take on the Blazers of UAB (6-2). Over the course of nine innings, except for the first inning Auburn dominated UAB thanks to a combination of a fantastic start from Mason Barnett, and great batting performances for a final score of 16-1.
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For the second straight year, Auburn (10-18, 2-14 SEC) has been eliminated in the first round of the SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament. The Tigers gave up another fourth quarter lead and fell in Nashville to Alabama (16-12, 6-10 SEC) 75-68.
It was a great opportunity for a get right game following a loss Saturday night as the Tigers hosted the Alabama State Hornets on Tuesday evening. A picture-perfect day on the plains pitted Auburn against an in-state foe from just down I-85.
Kentucky, and especially Rhyne Howard, proved too much for Auburn in Lexington as the Wildcats prevailed 90-62 in the regular season finale. Howard, on her senior day, led all scorers with 32 points while making eight threes in the game. In total, the Wildcats made 10 threes and shot the ball at a 50.8% clip from the field.
After beating Jacksonville State, the No. 21 ranked Auburn Tiger softball team (15-1) came back home to battle in The Plainsmen Invite, a series that included teams as ULM, Delaware State, Bradley university, and Syracuse. The Auburn Tigers played 5 games over the stretch of the weekend, one against every team and two against ULM, and the Tigers went 5-0, in which they dominated outscoring their opponents 30 to 4 and had great pitching with 53 total strikeouts over the weekend.
No. 3 Auburn had the chance to take firm control of the SEC regular season race after Kentucky lost to Arkansas earlier in the day. However, the Tigers let an 11-point lead slip away in the second half as Tennessee prevailed on their home court by a score of 67-62. Despite only scoring two points in a nine-minute stretch in the second half, Auburn was able to cut the Tennessee lead to three in the final minute. But Kennedy Chandler immediately answered for the Volunteers with a field goal with a half minute to play to put the Tigers away.
Earl Sweatshirt, Action Bronson, and The Alchemist take the stage in Atlanta for their "NBA Leather" tour.
The #5 Auburn Tigers were back in Auburn Arena to take on the Kentucky Wildcats after their 197.175 - 196.300 victory over the Georgia Bulldogs last Friday night. Kentucky came into the meet after a very close loss to the #3 Florida Gators 197.575 - 197.350 in Lexington. This turned out to be a truly incredible night for the Tigers.
The No. 3 Auburn Tigers welcomed the Ole Miss Rebels into Auburn Arena tonight for a midweek SEC matchup. Auburn came into this game off a disappointing 63-62 loss on Saturday to the Florida Gators at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center in Gainesville, FL. Ole Miss came into this game off after knocking off the Georgia Bulldogs 85-68 at Stegman Coliseum in Athens, GA. The starters for Auburn tonight were K.D. Johnson, Jabari Smith, Allen Flanigan, Zep Jasper, and Walker Kessler. The starters for Ole Miss tonight were Austin Crowley, Matthew Murrell, Luis Rodriguez, Jaemyn Brakefield and Nysier Brooks.
This week’s featured DJ is Rio, a freshman studying Neuroscience with a minor in Dance. She has been a DJ for WEGL since the start of her freshman year in the fall of 2021. Her show, Lost MP3, currently runs every Tuesday from 3-4 p.m. – showcasing a mix of early 2000s pop, hip hop, club hits and modern pop songs.
Coming into the game with a five-game losing streak, Auburn Women’s Basketball team came into Auburn Arena to face the No. 21 team in the nation in the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry against Georgia. With a fantastic defensive effort in the fourth period and great performances from Honesty Scott-Grayson and Aicha Coulibaly, the rivalry game end in a 65-60 Auburn Victory.
Auburn icons The Brook & The Bluff head to Athens, GA for a sold out show at The Georgia Theatre.
The losing streak in Gainesville has reached 14. No. 2 Auburn overcame an anemic first half on offense to take a second half lead, but a barrage of threes late in the second half led by Tyree Appleby gave Florida a late lead and the Gators were able to get a last second stop to preserve a 63-62 win in the Swamp.
Hotel Fiction head back to their Athens roots for a headlining show at the legendary Georgia Theatre.
The No. 7 Auburn Tigers traveled to Athens, GA to take on the Georgia Bulldogs at Stegman Coliseum. Auburn came into this meet off a 197.575-196.275 win against the Missouri Tigers at home in Auburn Arena last Friday night. Georgia came into this meet after losing to the Alabama Crimson Tide 197.475-196.800 in Tuscaloosa, AL at Coleman Coliseum last Friday night. In this meet, each team had six athletes competing in each event and they all had two attempts each.
Coach J and the Auburn Women’s Basketball Team traveled up to Columbia, South Carolina to take on the No. 1 South Carolina Gamecocks at Colonial Life Arena. Auburn came into this one after a 83-77 loss to Florida at home Monday night. South Carolina came into this game after 72-51 win over the No. 21 Georgia Bulldogs at Stegman Coliseum in Athens, Georgia on Sunday.
Coming off the news that the Auburn Tigers (24-2, 12-1 SEC) would be dropping in the AP Poll for the first time in three weeks, the No. 2 Tigers were hungry for the visiting Vanderbilt Commodores (13-12 4-8 SEC). Although the challenge was rough for the Tigers thanks to a near perfect start from Vanderbilt and a star studded performance from Scotty Pippen Jr., the Tigers were still able to pull out a 94-80 win thanks to a combination of great performances from Jabari Smith and Walker Kessler, and domination from the second half.
Coach Johnnie Harris and the Auburn Women’s Basketball Team welcomed the Florida Gators into Auburn Arena tonight for the 15th game and 12th conference game of the season. Auburn came into this game off a 68-66 loss to the Arkansas Razorbacks in Fayetteville Thursday Night. Florida came into this game after beating Mississippi State 73-64 in Starkville Thursday Night. The starting five for Auburn were Sania Wells, Annie Hughes, Aicha Coulibaly, Honesty Scott-Grayson, and Jala Jordan. The starting five for Florida were Kiara Smith, Zipporah Broughton, Nina Rickards, Jordyn Merritt, Faith Dut.
For only the second time this season, the Auburn Tigers were tasked with bouncing back from a loss following the overtime setback on Tuesday night in Fayetteville, Arkansas. In the friendly confines of the home Jungle, the Tigers had no problems getting another win streak started. Auburn used a 16-2 run in the first half to take control of the game and maintained a double-digit lead throughout the final 20 minutes on their way to a 75-58 win over the visiting Texas A&M Aggies. The Tigers remain undefeated in Auburn Arena and in regulation, as their only two losses this season have come in overtime. The win improves No. 1 Auburn to 23-2 and 11-1 in league play. The Aggies fall to 15-10 (4-8 SEC).