Posts Tagged ‘Auburn Baseball’

SEC Baseball Tournament Schedule

By Posted on: May 21st, 2013 in Baseball Comments Off
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The new 12-team SEC Tournament begins today at 9:30 a.m. when No. 6 seed Ole Miss plays No. 11 Kentucky in the first game Auburn will face Alabama thirty minutes after the first game ends. The two have met four times this year with a split outcome (2-2). The last meeting saw Bama take a Continue Story…

Conner Kendrick Named SEC Pitcher Of The Week

By Posted on: May 20th, 2013 in Baseball 1 Comment »

Conner Kendrick was named the Southeastern Conference Pitcher of the Week today for his performance in last week’s 3-0 victory against the No. 11 Arkansas Razorbacks. In pitching Auburn’s first shutout in two years he struck out eight batters while allowing only four hits with one walk in 7 1/3 innings of work. He has Continue Story…

A Big Day Tomorrow for Auburn Baseball

By Posted on: May 20th, 2013 in Baseball 14 Comments »
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Give Auburn baseball coach John Pawlowski credit. In March, he was deader than a gathering of the Jay Jacobs Fan Club.After starting out 1-8 in SEC play, most believed Pawlowski was destined to bring home Auburn’s third consecutive last place SEC finish in the Big Three sports. It was only a matter of time before Continue Story…

Time is Running Out for Tigers

By Posted on: May 15th, 2013 in Baseball 1 Comment »
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Last week the Auburn Baseball team had a great week going 4-1 including consecutive SEC series wins over No.18 Ole Miss and No.19 Florida. On Tuesday of that week, Auburn was trailing Jacksonville State 8-0 in the top of the 8th. Then the Tigers mounted a furious rally (with their biggest scoring inning in 13 Continue Story…

The Report Is In – Gogue Expects Jay Jacobs to Make Necessary Improvements

By Posted on: May 13th, 2013 in Baseball, Basketball, Football, News, Other Sports 8 Comments »

The much awaited report of the committee on Auburn Athletics has given their report to University President Jay Gogue. Dr Gogue had charged the committee to take a look at five criteria for evaluating the athletic department: (1) academic and support services for student-athletes, (2) financial management, (3)customer service, (4) competition, including winning, sportsmanship and Continue Story…

Friday from the Eagle’s Nest

By Posted on: May 10th, 2013 in Baseball, Featured Article, Football, News 19 Comments »

When Keeping it Real Goes Wrong – Bob Stoops is not a believer in the SEC’s elite status despite every logical indication that he’s wrong. In the article, he goes on to say that the SEC’s perceived quality is nothing more than “propaganda.” By default, Stoops does have a point. The media is a little Continue Story…

Can Auburn Baseball Make a Case for the Postseason?

By Posted on: April 16th, 2013 in Baseball 6 Comments »
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                   Michael O’Neal is on track to be the Tigers first 10 game winner since 2003.After the Auburn Baseball team plays Samford  tonight in Birmingham, the last  half of the SEC Baseball season will begin on Thursday. And despite winning their last two series, the Auburn Tigers have a mountain to climb if they want to play Continue Story…

Auburn Fails to Give Pitchers Run Support, Falls to Dores 8-1

By Posted on: March 17th, 2013 in Baseball Comments Off
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Michael O’Neal took the loss for Tigers despite another strong performance. Auburn’s batters were confounded by some of the best pitchers in the country Saturday and the Auburn Tigers stranded 11 base runners in an 8-1 loss to the No.2 Vanderbilt Commodores.However, the Vandy pitchers were not entirely on their game, issuing nine walks to Continue Story…