Eric Wallace | Sports Writer
Women’s sports have certainly carried the banner for Auburn athletics in 2015. From gymnastics’ run to the Super Six to SEC-Champion softball’s ongoing run at history, two smaller-size sports have provided bright spots while bigger money sports have been a bit disappointing.
“I don’t see a whole lot of leadership on the infield,” Golloway said. “We were out of position on some bunt defense and were surprised by the delayed steal.”
“Clearly the scoreboard is not going to be as indicative of what the score was,” coach Sunny Golloway said. “My concern, with my history in college baseball, is that the committee is just going to look at the final score. When you’re looking at the last ten games played, this one is going to pop up.”
“We just never could get any momentum because of pitching,” head coach Sunny Golloway said. “That’s two nights in a row that we’ve been up in the zone. Most lineups in the SEC are going to hurt you if you’re up in the zone.”
“The two home runs were, to be quite honest with you, very surprising,” head coach Sunny Golloway said. “This is where that mental toughness is going to come into play.”
Daniel was arrested on Wednesday, April 29 in connection with robberies and thefts that occurred in the South Donahue Residence Halls over Auburn University's spring break.
Daniel recorded 15 tackles in 2014 and one sack. Daniel’s 17 quarterback hurries were a team-high.
“You look at all she’s doing now, but Jade can do better,” Myers said. “She’s bought in and really working hard. There’s nothing but a great future for her.”
“We could’ve easily rolled over and given it to them,” Carosone said. “We did not want to get swept. Three games, that wouldn’t have been acceptable for them to win against us.”
This time last year, Auburn’s offense was a model of stability, returning starters at quarterback, wide receiver and all but one spot on the offensive line.