Auburn baseball took down No. 3 South Carolina in the weekend series 2-1, handing the Gamecocks their first home series loss of the season.
The No. 17 Auburn Tigers look to win their third straight conference series in Columbia, when they take on the unranked South Carolina Gamecocks.
After a disappointing loss in the midweek to Troy at home, Auburn is forced to have a quick turnaround in what will be their most challenging series of the season to date.
Auburn (23-16-1, 7-11 SEC) was back in action this weekend at Plainsman Park against the Mississippi State Bulldogs (23-17, 15-9 SEC). In a series that was a constant back and forth battle, Auburn would get the last laugh, taking the final game which secured the series victory.
The No. 19 Auburn Tigers (35-14, 11-7 SEC) were victorious in two out of three games against the No. 14 Alabama Crimson Tide (34-15, 10-8 SEC) at Rhoads Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Alabama this weekend.
The No. 19 Auburn Tigers (33-13, 9-6 SEC) head to Tuscaloosa this weekend for a three-game set with the No. 14 Alabama Crimson Tide (33-13, 9-6 SEC) at Rhoads Stadium.
Despite the challenges and close calls all over the field, Auburn was able to secure a 3-0 victory, extending the unbeaten streak to 13 against Jacksonville State at Jane B. Moore Field.
After coming off a thrilling end to the weekend against LSU, which saw the No. 19 Auburn softball (32-13) secure the series victory in walk off fashion, the Tigers are back in action Wednesday night against the Jacksonville State Gamecocks (26-13).
The Auburn Tigers used a six-run eighth inning to propel past the Samford Bulldogs 13-3 Tuesday night at Plainsman Park.
Auburn grabbed a important series after an exciting rubbermatch where the Tigers won after a 1-0 win.
After an extra-innings loss to the Georgia Tech Yellowjackets in Atlanta on Tuesday night, the Auburn Tigers (19-13-1, 4-8 SEC) turn their attention to the Alabama Crimson Tide (24-10, 4-8 SEC) for a three-game series at Sewell-Thomas Stadium in Tuscaloosa.
KK McCrary drove in three runs to lead the No. 24 Auburn Tigers past Troy 7-5 Wednesday night.
The Auburn Tigers host the Troy Trojans in their second and final matchup of the season this Wednesday.
Auburn took to the field under the lights of Russ Chandler Stadium in search of a win over longtime foes Georgia Tech. In a game that saw it all, Auburn would make a late comeback, but it would not be enough as Georgia Tech was able to secure the victory by a score of 12-8.
Auburn football took to Jordan-Hare Stadium for the first time this year in an A-Day matchup to be remembered, as both squads finished knotted at 24 points apiece as time expired.
AUBURN, Ala. – As Auburn prepares for the first A-Day under Hugh Freeze, many other members of the staff and players are gearing up to grace Jordan-Hare for the first time. With the new look team, fans will be able to catch a glimpse of the seemingly reinvented team.
AUBURN, Ala. – Auburn (19-12-1, 4-8 SEC) was back in action at Plainsman Park for a three-game series against Texas A&M (20-12, 5-7 SEC). After the teams split the first two games, Texas A&M would come out victorious in the final game to take the series win.
AUBURN, Ala. – Auburn (18-10-1, 3-6 SEC) will return to action at Plainsman Park against Texas A&M (18-11, 3-6 SEC) for a three-game series starting this Thursday.