The primary difference between this year's and last year's schedules, of course, is the addition of SEC newcomers Missouri and Texas A&M.
Auburn will face Texas A&M at College Station on Jan. 13 and will match up against Missouri at home on Feb. 24.
The schedule begins with the Wolfpack Invitational Tournament at North Carolina State on Nov. 9-10.
From there, the Tigers have a manageable non-conference slate, however, the path gets rough once SEC play begins with Arkansas at home on Jan. 3.
The toughest part of the schedule comes a few weeks after with a double-header against two Elite 8 teams: Tennessee and Kentucky.
“We are excited about the schedule and looking forward to the upcoming season,” said first-year Auburn head coach Terri Williams-Flournoy in a press release. “The SEC is a tough league and we have some tough teams coming into Auburn Arena this season."
There is no question that Auburn faces a difficult home schedule, but its road games are even more daunting.
Auburn will play four of the top five SEC teams from last year on the road.
Auburn must leave the Plains to meet Kentucky, South Carolina and Georgia this season. The Tigers play Tennessee both in Knoxville and at home.
Here is the schedule in its entirety (all home games are in bold caps):
Nov. 9-10 - Wolfpack Invitational (Raleigh, N.C.)
Nov. 15 - ALABAMA STATE
Nov. 18 - ALABAMA A&M
Nov. 23-24 - 26th Annual Omni Hotels Classic (Boulder, Colo.)
Nov. 28 - at Tulane
Dec. 9 - HOFSTRA
Dec. 12 - at George Washington
Dec. 16 - TEMPLE
Dec. 19 - TENNESSEE-CHATTANOOGA
Dec. 22 - JACKSONVILLE
Dec. 29 - SAMFORD
Jan. 3 - ARKANSAS
Jan. 6 - at Missouri
Jan. 10 - OLE MISS
Jan. 13 - at Texas A&M
Jan. 17 - TENNESSEE
Jan. 20 - at Kentucky
Jan. 24 - at Alabama
Jan. 31 - LSU
Feb. 3 - at South Carolina
Feb. 7 - at Georgia
Feb. 10 - FLORIDA
Feb. 17 - ALABAMA
Feb. 21 - at Tennessee
Feb. 24 - MISSOURI
Feb. 28 - at Vanderbilt
March 3 - MISSISSIPPI STATE
March 6-10 - SEC Tournament (Duluth, Ga.)