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No. 25 Auburn softball has traveled to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, to compete in the Puerto Vallarta College Challenge from Wednesday, Feb. 14, through Saturday, Feb. 17.
No. 11 South Carolina arrived at Neville Arena with a seven-game win streak and a lead in the SEC standings. It left with a 40-point loss as No. 13 Auburn broke its heart on Valentine’s Day, handing the Gamecocks a 101-61 defeat – by far their worst loss of the season.
Kicking off the Puerto Vallarta College Challenge on Wednesday, No. 25 Auburn got things started with an extra-inning thriller, taking down Wichita State, 8-6, at Nancy Almarez Stadium.
UPC hosted Mardi Gras on the Plains Tuesday, Feb. 13 in the Melton Student Center ballroom. Students celebrated the last night of Mardi Gras by adorning themselves in beads, handmade bracelets and masquerade masks while they enjoyed Cajun dishes.
On today's episode, we recap Auburn's week in sports last week. Starting with the gymnastics' win over #7 Alabama. Then we discuss women's basketball performances against conference opponents and men's basketball biggest loss at the hands of the Florida Gators.
Bruce Pearl and his No. 13 Tigers return home from an emotional week, defeating No. 15 Alabama by 18 before falling to the Florida Gators in Gainesville by 16. Auburn still is in position to achieve everything it wants to as a team, but the competition that awaits this week is perhaps the toughest stretch of the season.
There is a new exhibit open at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art that features southern artists. The exhibit will be open until July, giving students and citizens a chance to view the works.
Auburn University's first therapy dog Moose died on Jan. 19, 2024, from osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer. He was 15 years old.
Auburn women’s basketball returns to Neville Arena to play against Kentucky after splitting a two-game road trip as the Tigers continue to try to build a resume for the NCAA Tournament.
A new exhibit opened on Feb. 3 at the Opelika Public Library. Aim High: Soaring with the Tuskegee Airmen featuring Black Wings: American Dreams in Flight is now open until April 28.
The Auburn Tigers picked up their first conference road win on Sunday afternoon, defeating Missouri 70-59 and improving to 15-8 (4-6 SEC) on the season.
No. 20 Auburn (1-1-1) hosted Belmont (1-2) for the second time this weekend on Sunday at Jane B. Moore Field. The game reached the top of the third inning before severe weather ended the contest, for the second straight day, here at the Tiger Invitational. The game was scoreless when it was called and, as it did not go the required five innings, it was declared a no-contest.
The annual Krewe De Tigris Mardi Gras parade and sixth annual Krewe Krawl were held on Saturday, Feb.10. The Krewe Krawl began at 11 a.m. and the parade started at 1 p.m.
All classes in Miller Hall have been moved out of the building for the remainder of the semester according to Auburn University Executive Director of Public Affairs and Executive Communication, Jennifer Adams.
For the 15th straight time, Auburn left Gainesville, Florida a loser as the Tigers struggled mightily in an 81-65 loss to the Florida Gators. The Tigers, who came into the game looking to break a 28-year streak of futility at the O’Connell Center, instead found themselves on the losing end of a blowout for the first time this season.
The No. 4 Auburn Tigers (5-4; 2-3 SEC) suffered their fourth consecutive loss to the No. 6 Georgia Bulldogs (5-4; 2-2) on Saturday, losing 11-7.
Botanic hosted its second of three growing classes Friday titled “Successful Growing in Central Alabama Symposium” where attendees learned the ins and outs of growing in the Auburn area.
New pitching coach Everett Teaford is a game changer for Butch Thompson’s coaching staff, bringing his professional experience and new-age pitching with him to the Plains.