The Auburn volleyball team (6-19, 0-14) has continued to play hard despite experiencing a tough season so far. With four matches left in the regular season, there are several different areas of play Auburn needs to improve upon to get its first win in SEC play.
Auburn hockey opens at two-game series Friday night against Middle Tennessee State. The Tigers enter the matchup on a three-game winning streak and are coming off a two-game series sweep of Clemson last weekend.
Auburn was defeated by South Carolina 3-0 (19-25, 13-25, 17-25) Sunday afternoon in Columbia, South Carolina. The match against South Carolina concludes Auburn’s 10-match road trip, in which the team went 5-5.
Auburn and Old Dominion battled to a scoreless draw Sunday afternoon in Norfolk, Virginia. The match against Old Dominion concludes Auburn’s non-conference schedule for the season, in which the team went (3-3-2).
Auburn conceded a fourth minute goal to start the match but rallied late with goals from Jessie Gerow and Hailey Whitaker to win its SEC Opener against Kentucky in Lexington, 2-1 in double-overtime.
In their last two games against Ole Miss and Vanderbilt, Auburn’s offense has struggled, shooting 32.7% and 34.7, respectively. On Wednesday night, however, Auburn’s offense returned to form. The Tigers shot 48.1% from the field and made 17 threes against Arkansas.