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!
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.
Today was Auburn’s second face-off against the Georgia Bulldogs, this time in women’s volleyball. Like yesterday’s football game the match was hard fought with both teams giving it their all, but this time it ended in an Auburn victory as Auburn won the match 3-1 in four sets, and also saw the return of Auburn's Kendal Kemp
In less than 24 hours Georgia and Auburn face off for the 128th time in the Deep South's Oldest Rivalry and it will shock the college football world if Auburn manages to pull off the upset.
Auburn soccer will be back in action Friday night against the No. 15 South Carolina, as the Tigers look for its first win over the Gamecocks in a decade.
On Saturday, the Auburn Tigers (3-1, 0-1) will host the top-ranked Georgia Bulldogs (4-0, 1-0) in the 128th meeting between the two. It's the Deep's South Oldest Rivalry, and anything can happen, but with major questions surrounding the Tigers' offense, it will take a valiant effort to pull off the upset.
The Tigers move to 1-1-1 in SEC play as a defensive struggle leads to a hard earned and valuable point at Ole Miss.
The Tigers played with fire and drive against Ole Miss, taking the victory in 4 sets, only losing the first before putting together a commanding match the rest of the way. A strong showing during the third set gave the Tigers crucial momentum into the fourth, with the final set ending 27-25 in favor of the Tigers.
Auburn (10-2) hosts Ole Miss (7-5) in second SEC match of the weekend.
A story heard so many times it sounds like a broken record, the Auburn offense fails to find success against Texas A&M, falling 27-10 in College Station.
Heartbreak strikes in Neville Arena as the Auburn Tigers lost their SEC season opener three sets to two against the Florida Gators.