The Auburn Tigers faced off against the Dayton Flyers Saturday night in Auburn Arena. The Tigers looked to defeat Dayton for the second year in row. The Tigers showed out big in the first half with their high shooting percentage. Auburn shot 61 percent from the floor and 80 percent from the free-throw line, while Dayton shot 48 percent from the floor and only 50 percent from the free-throw line. Guards Jared Harper and Bryce Brown came out hot from the three-point line, Harper shooting 2-3 and Brown 4-5. Harper ended the half with 14 points and Brown with an impressive 22 points. Not only were the Tigers dominant on the offensive end in the first half, but their defense made a statement with a total of five blocks, three of which came from Austin Wiley. Auburn would enter halftime with a comfortable 51-32 lead. Bryce Brown and Jared Harper continued to be the leading scorers for Auburn as they would finish with a combined 54 points. Brown scored a career high 34 points and Harper finished with 20 points. The Tigers would remain on top as they win the hard-fought game, 82-72. Auburn improves their record to 8-1 and Dayton falls to 5-4. The Tigers will be in Birmingham Saturday the 15th in Legacy Arena as they take on UAB.
Auburn, Alabama (EETV)- Auburn Basketball took on the UNC Ashville Bulldogs Tuesday Night in Auburn Arena. The Tigers came into the game ranked eighth and a 6-1 record to start the season. At halftime, the score was 33-18, but the Tigers were struggling to make some shots. Austin Wiley led the team with 8 and Jared Harper both added 6. The Tigers came out more explosive in the second half as the went on to win by a final score of 67-41. Austin Wiley had 14 points on the night and Samir Doughty had 13. Wiley said, "We didn't play our best basketball, and coach says we can't play down to our opponent." The Tigers shot 47.9 percent and were only 9-23 on three-point attempts. With the win Auburn improves to 7-1 and will face the Dayton Flyers on Saturday at 7 PM in Auburn Arena.
Auburn, Alabama (EETV)- The reveal of the college football bowl season pitted the Auburn Tigers against the Purdue Boilermakers in the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl. Purdue comes into the game with a 6-6 record, but they have have an impressive 49-20 win over the Ohio State Buckeyes.
The Auburn Tigers defeated the Oklahoma Sooners 95-79 while setting a school record in three pointers made with 13. The Sooners had a few spurts to keep things close early, but Auburn's relentless barrage of threes stood too much. Emari Jones and Robyn Benton led the Tigers with 4 threes each and Unique Thompson had her 12th career double-double with 14 points and 17 rebounds. Auburn hits the road again this week, traveling to Philadelphia to face St. Joseph's this Thursday night. Tip-off is at 6 p.m. at Michael J. Hagan Arena.
Auburn, Alabama (EETV)- After a successful trip to the Maui Invitational, the 8th ranked Tigers returned home to face the Saint Peter's Peacocks. Before the game, senior Bryce Brown was honored for breaking the record for three pointers in Auburn history set by Wesley Person. Auburn got off to a quick start going on a 13-0 run to start the game. Anthony Mclemore led the team in the first half with 11 points, and Bryce Brown added 10 to make the halftime score 51-23. Auburn stayed in control in the second half defeating the Peacocks 99-59. The Tigers shot 48 percent from the field and held the Peacocks to only 27 percent. Auburn's leading scorers were Anthony Mclemore and Bryce Brown who both dropped 19 points. Malik Dunbar had 14 points on the night and Chuma Okeke added 12 for the Tigers. The win moves Auburn to 5-1 and they will return to Auburn Arena next week to face UNC-Ashville on Tuesday night at 7PM.
Toronto, Canada (EETV)- Auburn's Eduard Julien was recently named player of the year by Canadian Baseball Network. Julien was a first place vote on 43 of 52 ballots by scouts, executives, coaches, and writers. In his freshman year, Julien led the Tigers with 17 home runs and an SEC leading 69 RBI's. His RBI total broke Frank Thomas's freshman record in 1987. Julien earned Freshman All-American and SEC honors with four Auburn players which was the most in the country. Auburn Baseball opens their season with a three game series against Georgia Southern on February 15-17.
The Auburn Tigers came into Bryant-Denny Stadium a heavy underdog, but looked to shock the world with an upset over Alabama. Early in the first half, Auburn's Shaun Shivers appeared to have a seventy yard rushing touchdown, but it was erased by a holding call on Sal Canella. Alabama would get the ball and Tua Tagovailoa would make it 7-0 with a rushing touchdown. Auburn would answer with a 73 yard drive capped off by an Anthony Schwartz 9 yard touchdown to tie the game at 7-7. Alabama took the lead 14-7 with a four yard pass from Tagovailoa to Henry Ruggs III. Alabama would kick a field goal on the next drive to extend their lead to ten. Auburn's special teams came through late in the second half as Smoke Monday blocked a punt to give Auburn great field position. The Tigers would capitalize as Ryan Davis found Malik Miller on a double pass to put Auburn down 17-14 at halftime. Alabama would take over in the second half as Tagovailoa threw for three touchdowns as the Crimson Tide would go on to win 52-21. Jarret Stidham ended the night 13 for 30 for 127 yards and a touchdown while Darius Slayton led the Tigers in receiving with 63 yards and one touchdown. Jatarvius Whitlow led the rushing game with 19 carries for 61 yards. Tua Tagovailoa had a solid performance going 25/32 for 324 yards and 6 total touchdowns. Damien Harris led the Crimson Tide in rushing attack, rushing for 61 yards and Jerry Juedy racked up 77 yards receiving with one touchdown. The loss puts Auburn's record at 7-5 and they will await the their bowl destination. Alabama will travel to Atlanta next week to play Georgia for the SEC Championship.
Lahaina, HI (EETV)- Auburn and Arizona faced off last night in the third place game of the Maui Invitational. Auburn would defeat the Wildcats 73-57 with a strong second half preformance. Auburn’s Bryce Brown set the record for the most three pointers in Auburn history. Brown passes Wesley Person’s previous record of 262. Auburn’s bench outscored the Wildcats 33-4 with 15 points coming from Malik Dunbar. With the win, Auburn improves to 5-1 and will return to Auburn Arena next Wednesday against Saint Peters at 7 PM.
Auburn and Duke faced off in a top 10 matchup in the semifinals of the Maui Invitational. Auburn looked to solve the Blue Devils high powered offense led by R.J Barret, Zion Williamson, and Cam Reddish. Auburn would fall to the Blue Devils 78-72 in a hard fought game. Auburn's Jared Harper led the Tigers with 22 points and Austin Wiley added 17 points on the night. The loss sends Auburn's record to 3-1 and they will play Arizona at 10:30 PM on ESPN2.
Lahaina, HI (EETV)- Auburn basketball made their first apperance in the Maui Invatational against the Xavier Muskateers in the first game of day 1. In the first half, both offenses could not gain any momentum as their were 4 lead changes in the first 7 minutes of the game. Auburn would find their rythm as they would stretch the lead to 10 with help from Byrce Brown who posted 13 points in the first half.Xavier would cut the lead to 33-28 with an 8-1 run going into halftime. In the second half, Auburn's Jared Harper would light it up dropping 17 of his 25 points in the second half alone as Auburn held a five point lead with a minute left. Xavier came from behind and tied the game late at 77 with only 26 seconds to play. The game would go into overtime and Auburn would prevail 88-79 as they hit some crucial free throws down the stretch. Auburn will face off against the Duke Blue Devils tomorrow night at 6PM central time on ESPN.
Auburn defeated Liberty 53-0 with a strong performance on both sides of the ball. Auburn accounted for 541 yards of offense and Jarret Stidham threw two touchdown passes. Auburn's defense had a blocked punt, and two interceptions including one of a touchdown. Auburn will face off the Alabama Crimson Tide in the Iron Bowl next week.
Auburn, Alabama (EETV)- The Auburn Tigers showcased their offensive talents at home by defeating Mississippi College 103-52. The game was never in doubt, but the Choctaws of Mississippi came within 11 points with 17:37 left in the second half. The Tigers shut down any talk of an upset outscoring Mississippi College 52-12 after the 11 point scare. Auburn will now look ahead to the Maui Invitational as they face off against Xavier in the first round. The game is scheduled for Nov. 19 and tip-off is at 1:30 p.m.
Auburn, Alabama (EETV)- Auburn Women's Golf signed Megan Schofill as she filled out her letter of intent this morning.
AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- Former Auburn University baseball player Joshua Myron Anthony was arrested on drug charges Sunday. According to Lee County Sheriff Jay Jones, Anthony was arrested by the Opelika Police Department. Opelika Police Department spokesperson Shane Healy told in a statement to Eagle Eye TV... Anthony played both third and first base during the 2018 season.
AUBURN, Ala - Chuma Okeke has been named the Southeastern Conference Player of the week, following his performance in the Tiger’s win against Washington Friday night. This is Okeke’s second SEC honor, as he was named SEC Freshman of the week back in the 2017 season. Okeke shined Friday night to help the Tigers gain their second win of the season.
AUBURN, Ala (EETV)- The #11 ranked Auburn Tigers defeated #25 Washington Huskies tonight in the Auburn Arena.
Auburn, Ala (EETV)- The Auburn Tigers tipped off the 2018 season with an impressive 101-58 win over the South Alabama Jaguars. Auburn jumped out to 52-33 lead at half and never looked back as they outscored the Jaguars 49-28 in the second half. Auburn returns Friday to face a test from 25th ranked Washington in Auburn Arena
Auburn, ALA (EETV)- Auburn came into Saturday having lost three of the last four SEC games
Auburn Men’s Basketball kicked off their season tonight with a win over Lincoln Memorial. The Tigers outscored the Railsplitters 76-62 to start off their season strong.
AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- It has been a long time coming for point-guard Derrick Rose. With knee injuries affecting most of his NBA career, October 31st was a historic night for the 2011 MVP.