AUBURN, Ala. – Backs against the wall, down to the last set, No. 23 Auburn (15-5, 5-4) was able to pull out a crucial victory against South Carolina (8-10, 2-7) in front a full crowd at Neville Arena (25-22, 19-25, 25-24, 24-26, 17-15).
This weekend is set to be a great weekend in the world of Auburn Athletics: from equestrian to soccer, and from football to volleyball the Auburn Tiger’s game schedule is packed. The crowning jewel of this weekend is Auburn Women’s Volleyball has a home double-header!
Gregory Alan Isakov and Lucius step under the spotlight to compel the crowd at the Tabernacle last Friday.
On Saturday night, Auburn will travel to LSU for what might be the final time on a yearly basis. The 58th matchup between the two will look a little different this year, as there is no guarantee that they will appear on each other's schedules for years to come, as the SEC plans to do away with divisions.
Friday, October 13, at 6:30 pm CT, the Auburn Tigers face off against the Texas A&M Aggies, after defeating the #6 Arkansas Razorbacks 2-1 this past weekend. Headed into tomorrow’s game, the clear difference maker in the game will be if the Tigers’ offense can stop the Aggies’ offense or will the Aggies’ offense overwhelm the Tigers’ defense.
The Auburn Tigers earned a program defining win on Sunday night, taking down the sixth ranked Arkansas Razorbacks 2-1 behind stellar offensive play.
After a commanding 3-1 victory over the Georgia Bulldogs in Neville Arena last Sunday, Auburn will get ready to spend this weekend on the road. The Tigers will take with them the 25th national ranking in the AVCA poll, marking Auburn’s fifth straight week in the poll.