Auburn softball left the fans at Jane B. Moore field anticipating the start of the regular season with a pair of dominating victories over Snead State Community College and Troy in its fall ball exhibition schedule opener.
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The No. 24 Auburn Tigers returned home determined to get a win after suffering a 3-0 loss to No. 14 Arkansas on Wednesday. On Sunday, Auburn faced Georgia and took the Dawgs for a walk, winning the match 3-1 (25-23, 25-23, 18-25, 25-20).
Auburn’s seventh straight loss to Georgia may have been its most heartbreaking during the stretch, as the Tigers had the No. 1 Bulldogs on the ropes, ultimately falling just short. In a 27-20 game, the difference in third-down conversion rate between Auburn and Georgia proved costly for the Tigers.
After going toe-for-toe with the No. 1 team in the country all afternoon, Auburn fell to the two-time defending national champion, Georgia Bulldogs, 27-20 inside Jordan-Hare Stadium.
Auburn was either tied or leading for the first 49 minutes and three seconds Saturday afternoon against Georgia, but a late offensive surge from Brock Bowers and Georgia handed Auburn a heartbreaking loss in the 128th edition of The Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry.
Auburn battled against South Carolina Friday night, eventually falling 2-1 after two late goals from the Gamecocks handed the Tigers a loss.
The Auburn Tigers return home this week to face the No. 1 Georgia Bulldogs in the 128th game of the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry. The Tigers will face the Bulldogs in their second conference game of the season after losing the conference opener to Texas A&M 27-10.
This Sunday, Oct. 1, Botanic in Opelika is hosted its second annual Botanic’s Got Talent starting at 5 p.m. Over 35 contestants participated in front of judges, showcasing their talent to the Auburn community.
On Sept. 28, Auburn University's College of Education and COSAM held the launch of AUTeach, a program aimed at reversing Alabama’s STEM teacher shortage by equipping COSAM majors with the necessary training to enter secondary science education.
Before Auburn takes on Georgia on Saturday, The Auburn Plainsman's sports editor, Jacob Waters, sat down with the Red and Black's sports editor, Owen Warden, to ask some questions about this weekend's contest.
Three weeks after the dates for SEC play were announced, Auburn and the Southeastern Conference have announced tip-off times and television information for every SEC game, as well as several non-conference contests.
The Tigers will host their alumni weekend to recognize past athletes as Auburn will face off against No. 15 South Carolina in Auburn, Alabama, on Sept. 29 at 6:30 p.m. CST on SEC+.
No. 24 Auburn was swept for the first time this season by No. 14 Arkansas in Fayetteville, bringing the Tigers’ SEC record to 1-2 on the season. The match also marked Auburn’s second loss to a ranked opponent this season in as many tries.
This week we are joined by one of our community writers, Michael Floyd. We prepare for Georgia coming to the Plains this Saturday, and Floyd has high hopes for the Tigers. We discuss the struggling passing game, conference play and Auburn High School football. All that and more on Page 8.
Following a 27-10 loss at Texas A&M, Auburn sits at 0-1 in SEC play and has a tall task in front of it in its continuance of conference games.
As a young girl, Ellie Korotky watched Auburn take on the University of Tennessee-Martin Skyhawks during the 2008 homecoming game. That day, Korotky was dressed in an Auburn cheerleader uniform, and her father, Jeff Korotky, pinned a corsage on it.
After the first two matches of SEC play, No. 24 Auburn holds a 1-1 record in the conference and now shifts its focus toward its matches this week against Arkansas and Georgia.
Ahead of Auburn's rivalry game against Georgia, here's what some of our staff has to say about the game, complete with score predictions and analysis.
In front of St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church on East Magnolia Ave., a book box resides with the intention of passersby either taking a book or leaving one — promoting literacy and allowing people the opportunity to let their used books be adopted and loved by a new owner.
In Auburn's third SEC match of the season, the Tigers traveled to Oxford, Mississippi, to face the Ole Miss Rebels and fought to a 0-0 draw to earn one point in the conference standings.