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Ro Torrence Enters The Transfer Portal

AUBURN, Alabama (EETV) - Junior defensive back Ro Torrence has announced on Wednesday that he will be entering the transfer portal. The news was first reported by On3sports. Torrence is the second Auburn player to enter to the transfer portal today. 

Auburn vs Iowa State

After a Historic Regular Season for Auburn Gymnastics, Lee and Gobourne Each Earn an SEC Post Season Honor

AUBURN, Ala.(EETV)- For the first time in Auburn history, two Tigers were honored with one of the three SEC postseason awards in the same season. Freshman Sunisa Lee and Senior Derrian Gobourne of the No. 7 Auburn Gymnastics team both earned a Southeastern Conference post season award. Lee was named Freshman of the Year, while Gobourne was awarded Co-Specialist of the Year.

Auburn vs St. Johns

Slow Start Turns Into Scoring Frenzy for Auburn

AUBURN, Alabama (EETV) - The No. 19 Auburn Tigers split their home series against the South Carolina Gamecocks following an 11-2 win in 5 innings on Sunday at Jane B. Moore Field. The rubber match on Monday will decide the series. With this win, Auburn's record extends to 25-2.  


Double-Double Double Trouble: Tigers Cruise Past Jacksonville State

GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA (EETV)- In Auburn’s first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2018-2019, Auburn’s second-half woes were nowhere to be found as the Tigers cruised to a SCORE over 15-seed Jacksonville State at Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South Carolina. The win moves Auburn to the second round of the NCAA Tournament to take on the winner of the game between 7-seed USC and 10-seed Miami.  


Bruce Pearl Named SEC Coach of the Year

AUBURN, ALABAMA (EETV)- Head coach Bruce Pearl was named the SEC Coach of the Year after leading Auburn to its first outright SEC Regular Season Title since 1999. Pearl earned this award when the Southeastern Conference released their annual awards list on Tuesday. 

Auburn vs. Umass Lowell

Tigers Combine For No-Hitter

AUBURN, ALABAMA. (EETV) - Auburn Softball started off it's Friday doubleheader by throwing a combined no-hitter against North Carolina A&T. Maddie Penta got the start and faced the first 15 batters before KK Dismukes finished the game. The win moves Auburn to 17-1 on the season and 11-1 at home. 


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