Auburn’s first postseason under head coach Johnnie Harris has come to an end with the Tigers falling to Clemson on the road, 56-55. It was a hard fought contest between squads, with Auburn shooting 42% from the floor and Clemson shooting 43%, but the Tigers of the ACC got one more clutch bucket than Auburn, securing a trip to the Super Sixteen.
The rise of Auburn women’s basketball continues under head coach Johnnie Harris. Auburn never trailed against one of the nation’s top defenses, taking down Tulane 73-58. The Tigers have their first postseason win under Harris, and their first since 2016.
The rise of Auburn women’s basketball under head coach Johnnie Harris has seen some historic moments inside Neville Arena, and there will be another chance for that on Friday night as the Tigers(15-14, 5-11 SEC) will host a first round matchup in the WNIT. This is not the first time Auburn has hosted the WNIT, but this will be the Tigers first postseason appearance since 2019, and their first WNIT game since 2014.
Auburn chose Hugh Freeze, and over the weekend the majority of his supporters lauded him as a winner, a great recruiter and a quarterback developer. But what exactly does that mean outside of simple words, and what is Auburn getting in its third head coach in four years?
Everyone watching these past few weeks could see how far behind Auburn is. Lane Kiffin inherited a disastrous situation at Ole Miss, and the Rebels are 12-2 in their last 12 games, ranked No. 9 nationally. Bryan Harsin inherited a team with a winning record, and he is 9-12 through 21 games.
Auburn Volleyball(17-2, 6-2 SEC) will be back inside Neville Arena tonight as they look to rebound from a split weekend series against Missouri five days ago. The Tigers, led by Brent Crouch, are in the midst of a historic turnaround on the Plains and are right in the middle of the battle for first in SEC, but they have to go through the Lady Vols of Tennessee(10-10, 4-4 SEC) in a primetime SEC Volleyball match.
For the first time ever, Auburn Volleyball is 14-0 and 3-0 to start SEC play. Brent Crouch and the Tigers have already matched their win total from one year ago after a thrilling five-set victory over the Mississippi State Bulldogs(8-4).