AU Sports: Women’s golf set for NCAA East Regional

The SEC Champion Auburn women's golf team will return to the course this week for the NCAA East Regional Championship.

The SEC Champion Auburn women’s golf team will return to the course this week as the Tigers travel to Daytona Beach, Fla., for the NCAA East Regional Championship.

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AU Tennis: Tigers headed for 12th straight NCAA Tourney

The No. 23 Auburn men's tennis team was selected to participate in the 2011 NCAA Tournament and will face North Carolina-Wilmington in the first round

The No. 23 Auburn men’s tennis team was selected to participate in the 2011 NCAA Tournament and will face North Carolina-Wilmington in the first round. The Tigers (15-9) will travel to Athens, Ga., for the first and second rounds and will take on the Seahawks (21-4) at 9 a.m. CT, May 13 at the Dan Magill Tennis Center.

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AU SOFTBALL: Schmalz earns SEC weekly honor

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Lauren Schmalz was named Southeastern Conference Pitcher of the Week after earning a complete-game victory over No. 4 Georgia, the league office announced Monday.

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AU Sports: Baseball set for 2 midweek matchups

Fresh off of a series win over Ole Miss that pushed the Auburn baseball team into a three-way tie atop the SEC West.

Fresh off of a series win over Ole Miss that pushed the Auburn baseball team into a three-way tie atop the SEC West Division, the Tigers will take a two-game hiatus from conference play this week as it plays host to Samford tonight and Texas Southern on Wednesday at Plainsman Park. Both games are slated to begin at 6 p.m.

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AU Sports: Men’s tennis falls in 2nd round of SECs

The No. 20 Auburn Tigers men's tennis was edged out by No. 11 Kentucky, 4-3, in the second round of the SEC Tournament

GAINESVILLE, Fla. — The No. 20 Auburn Tigers men’s tennis team was edged out by the No. 11 Kentucky Wildcats, 4-3, Friday morning in the second round of the SEC Tournament. With the loss, the Tigers move to 15-9 on the season.

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AU baseball drops series finale to LSU

The Auburn offense was handcuffed for over eight innings by No. 21-ranked LSU starter Ben Alsup before breaking through for two runs in the ninth inning but it proved to be too little too late as Auburn fell.

BATON ROUGE, La. — The Auburn offense was handcuffed for over eight innings by No. 21-ranked LSU starter Ben Alsup on Sunday before breaking through for two runs in the ninth inning, but it proved to be too little too late, as Auburn fell, 3-2, at Alex Box Stadium.

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