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Auburn Athletics spring 2018​

Auburn Athletics spring 2018

Auburn Sports: What you need to know for the Spring Semester

Auburn, Ala. (EETV) - Classes may have just begun but your Auburn Tigers have not missed a beat. While the rest of the University was on break, Auburn athletes continued their regular competition and have been preparing for their upcoming seasons. 

If you happen to find yourself bored or needing an excuse to procrastinate, here is what you need to know concerning Auburn sports this spring. 

As you know basketball, both men and women, have been playing their seasons since November. With men's basketball heating up, you won't want to miss a moment of the action and excitement before postseason play begins in March. 

If you are wanting to witness this historic season, have no fear, all men's basketball home games are free for students with a valid Ignited Card. It is preferred you arrive early to avoid being sent to overflow areas outside the student section. 

This will be critical when No. 17 Auburn welcomes No. 18 Kentucky Feb. 14.

Women's basketball has the same policy, all home games are free for students with a valid Ignited Card. Remember, both men's and women's basketball games will be played in the Auburn Arena. 

However, women's basketball's regular season will end at the end of February while the men wrap up their season at the beginning of March.

Stay on the lookout, men's basketball may make their first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2003. If the Tigers continue winning and make it into the bracket, March Madness will begin March 15.

While the students were away, swimming was still diving into the pool. The Tigers will finish their home regular season with the Auburn Invitational Feb. 2 - Feb. 4. All swimming and diving meets are held at the Auburn Aquatics Center, located behind the Auburn Rec, and are free for students. 

If watching crazy stunts is more your thing, gymnastics just kicked off their regular season Jan. 12 with a win over Missouri. All home competitions will be held at the Auburn Arena and are free for all students with a valid Ignited Card. 

Make sure you schedule your attendance at these events early because gymnastics will wrap up home competition Feb. 23.

Softball will hit the diamond sooner than you would think. The Tigers will begin their regular season Feb. 8 when they welcome Marshall to the plains. 

All home softball games will be held at Jane B. Moore Field, located near the IM fields, and attendance for students is free with a valid Ignited Card. 

Baseball will also hit the diamond in February. Auburn will begin their regular season Feb. 16, welcoming Longwood for a 3-day home series. 

Home baseball games will be played at Plainsman Park and are free for students with a valid Ignited Card. 

Other Tiger sports, such as Track and Field, Equestrian, Tennis, and Golf, will also be played throughout the spring semester. Like all other sports, if you want to watch these teams, all events are free for students. 

We will keep you up to date on all your Tiger sports throughout the semester so you don't miss a moment of the action. 


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