The Tigers sneak by the Northwestern Wildcats in their toughest matchup so far.
The Auburn Tigers (21-6, 10-6 SEC) traveled to Columbia, South Carolina, to face off against the South Carolina Gamecocks (13-13, 7-9 SEC) in what would be their last away match of a memorable season. The match would be one to forget as the Tigers fell to the Gamecocks in a close one 3-2 (24-26, 25-18, 20-25, 25-16, 15-10).
The Tigers will take on the winner of Northwestern/Liberty tomorrow night.
Off the back of a hard-fought loss against Georgia Tech, the Tigers looked to get back to their winning ways against the Alabama State Hornets. Behind a string defensive game, Auburn was able to come out victorious by a score of 88-49.
Auburn cruises past Western Kentucky for its second win in a row.
In a night that saw it all, it was ultimately the veterans who made the difference for Auburn. K.D. Johnson, Chris Moore, and Jalyin Williams all finished with double digits in the scoring column to lead the Tigers to a fourth straight win in a 72-56 victory over Texas Southern University.
Tigers are unable to fully mount comeback after terrible first period against the Yellow Jackets.
On a night that saw Auburn dominate every part of the floor one man stood out from the rest. That man, a newcomer to the Plains, one who is expected to fill big shoes.
Bruce Pearl's hot streak on the recruiting trail continues as four-star guard Aden Holloway is coming to the Plains and bolstering Auburn's already talented roster.
Kendal Kemp continues to dominate the volleyball landscape this year. The freshman captured SEC Defensive Player of the Week after a memorable performance that saw her set the record for most blocks in a single season in program history.
The interim Auburn head coach had plenty of good things to say about the support the Tigers had on Saturday night.
Auburn secured their first win of the season behind a big game from Aicha Coulibaly.