SPORTS 2/19/19 10:33pm

No. 15 Auburn handles Alabama A&M 10-1

AUBURN, Ala. (EETV)- No. 15 Auburn struck 17 batters in their convincing 10-1 win over Alabama A&M Tuesday night. This was the most strikeouts an Auburn team has had since striking out 21 batters against Charleston Southern in 2009.

SPORTS 2/16/19 1:48am

Auburn Gymnastics Gets Season High Score Against Arkansas

Auburn Gymnastics had a record breaking meet against the Arkansas Razorbacks on Friday, Feb. 15. It was a night of several firsts for the number 11 ranked Tigers. Confidence and consistency got the team their fifth SEC win of the season, a season high score of 197.100, a program high bars score of 49.600 and a season high vault score of 49.325. 

SPORTS 2/15/19 1:00pm

Tennessee Defeats Auburn 73-62

Auburn, AL - Auburn women's basketball looked to get their first win at Knoxville in over 30 years. The Tigers will have to wait another year to get that opportunity as the Lady Vols defeated Auburn 73-62. Tennessee completed the season sweep of Auburn after beating them earlier in the year at Auburn's home arena. Auburn (18-7, 6-6 Conf) outplayed Tennessee (16-8, 5-6 Conf) in the first half, being up by five at halftime and as many as seven in the second quarter. That all changed in the second half as the Vols went on a 16-5 run to open the third quarter to take a 43-37 lead and never looked back, outscoring Auburn 46-30 in the second half. 

SPORTS 2/13/19 11:01pm

Auburn Defeated By Ole Miss 60-55

Auburn and Ole Miss meet again with Auburn hoping for a different outcome playing on their home court. However, despite a late surge by the Tigers, Auburn couldn’t complete the comeback and suffered their second straight loss to Ole Miss 60-55.

SPORTS 2/12/19 4:25pm

Auburn Looks to Rebound Against the Ole Miss Rebels

Auburn, AL (EETV)- The Auburn Men's Basketball team hosts the Ole Miss Rebels Wednesday night in Auburn. This is the second meeting between the two squads, as Ole Miss held Auburn to a season-low 67 points on the Rebels' home floor in Oxford. Auburn hopes to avenge that loss and bounce back from the 83-78 loss it took at the hands of LSU in Baton Rouge on Saturday.

SPORTS 2/8/19 10:13pm

Auburn Earns a Season High in Loss to Florida

Gainesville, FL (EETV)- Auburn Gymnastics's undefeated record was on the line as they faced the second ranked Florida Gators. Auburn would have to have a near perfect meet as Florida ranked tops in the nation in two of the four events.

SPORTS 2/7/19 3:31pm

Auburn Gymnastics Heads to No.2 Florida

Gainesville, FL (EETV)- The twelfth ranked Auburn Women’s Gymnastics team travels to Gainesville, Florida, this weekend to take on the Gators in a matchup of the SEC’s only remaining unbeaten groups. This matchup could serve to be a decisive moment in the season’s storyline as it features two teams primed to continue their success for the second half of the 2019 campaign and make a run for the SEC Championship in March. Florida, who is currently the nation’s No. 2 team, is coming off of a 198.025-point performance against the No. 1 Oklahoma Sooners a week ago. Auburn is riding the momentum from their 5-0 start, which is the best start in program history.  That streak continued in a 196.125-196.000 victory in Lexington last week. Auburn saw Drew Watson and Derrian Gobourne tie for the All-Around title as the two scored an impressive 39.350. To add to a career night for Watson, she also set or tied her career high scores in 3 of her 4 events.  Auburn will need Watson and Gobourne to continue their dominance this Friday against Florida in order to continue this win streak, as the Gators have scored 197.300 or higher in each of their meets this season. This meet’s outcome will have a lot to do with how the remainder of the season shapes out for the SEC, but don’t be surprised if these two meet again in New Orleans on March 23rdwhen the SEC Championship rolls around.  The meet will be held in Exactech Arena in Gainesville, Florida, at 6:00 P.M. Friday night. It will also be broadcasted live on the SEC Network. 

SPORTS 2/3/19 11:23am

Auburn Softball 2019 Preview

Auburn, Alabama (EETV)- Auburn Softball is just around the corner as they open the season next week in Gulf Shores. Coming off a disappointing end to the 2018 season, the Tigers will have their sights on Oklahoma City this year. After the departure of Kaylee Carlson, the Tigers will look to Makayla Martin to be the leader in the circle. Martin has recently been named to the USA Softball Player of the year watchlist.  Last season Martin had a 15-7 record and a 1.36 ERA in a 130 games that she pitched which is the best in school history. In the field, the Tigers defense has some familiar faces from last season. The infield is led by shortstop Taylon Snow and second baseman Kasey McCrackin. Snow, who was an SEC All-Freshman in 2018, had a .325 batting average with 23 RBI's. McCrackin had a .313 batting average 29 RBI's and 8 home runs. The outfield for the Tigers will be slightly changed with the absence of Victoria Draper. Auburn will return junior Alyssa Rivera and senior Morgan Podany.  Kendall Veach will be the favorite to start at third and catcher. Veach had a .237 and 7 home runs last year. Head Coach Mickey Dean will be coaching his second year on the plains. Dean led Auburn to an impressive 29-3 record at home and a 41-17 record overall. The Tigers are ranked 21st by Softball America and are projected to finish ninth in the SEC. Auburn will open up with Tennessee State on February 8th and will return home against UAB February 14th.