Alabama Sports

Emily Carosone and Kasey Cooper Invited to 2018 Team USA Selection Camp

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Former Auburn softball players Emily Carosone and Kasey Cooper made the Amateur Softball Association (ASA)/USA Softball’s initial list of invitees for the 2018 USA Softball Women’s National Team Selection Camp. The five-day camp is set to take place Jan. 1-5, 2018 at Eddie C. Moore Softball Complex in Clearwater, Fla. Carosone and Cooper will vie for spots on the 2018…

Allegations of Academic Fraud on Auburn University Football Team

ESPN ALLEGES ACADEMIC FRAUD IN THE AUBURN UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL PROGRAM

ESPN has reported that a mentor took a final exam for an Auburn Football player from the 2015 team. In a statement issued today Auburn Athletics vehemently denied the claim. Statement From Auburn Athletics: “The player for which we are conducting an investigation is not a member of the current team and was not a member of the team at…

Auburn Softball is Back in Full Swing

FALL BALL IS BACK THIS SATURDAY FOR THE LADY TIGERS

Auburn softball welcomes in Mickey Dean from James Madison University as the new head softball coach after former Clint Myers announced his retirement back at the end of August. Now he hopes anything that happened negative in the past and move forward for the season. “Anytime you have a change, kids have to adapt and they are really working hard at trying to…

10 Auburn Softball Players Named Easton/NFCA Scholar-Athletes

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Ten players involved in the Auburn softball program have been named 2016-17 Easton/National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Division I Scholar-Athletes, the NFCA announced Tuesday afternoon. The 10 honorees rewarded for their achievements in the classroom include Kelsey Bogaards, Kasey Cooper, Victoria Draper, Whitney Jordan, Justus Perry, Morgan Podany, Emily Spain, Ashlee Swindle, Sydne Waldrop and Carlee Wallace. The honors recognize…

Auburn Men’s Golf Finishes 2nd at Jerry Pate Invitational

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No. 11 Auburn men’s golf had an outstanding final round at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate, carding a 13-under 267 Tuesday at the Old Overton Club to finish second in the event as all five individuals finished in the top-20. The Tigers’ 13-under final round is tied for the seventh-lowest in school history, tied with the 2nd and 3rd rounds…

Auburn Travels to Tuscaloosa for Iron Bowl of Soccer

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After the match was postponed two days due to the effects of Hurricane Nate, the Auburn soccer team (5-4-3, 2-1-2 SEC) is scheduled to square off with Alabama (8-5-1, 0-4-1 SEC) Tuesday. The Iron Bowl of soccer will kick off at 6 p.m. CT at the Alabama Soccer Stadium. Auburn holds a 15-7-2 advantage in the all-time series with Alabama…

Auburn Men’s Golf in 5th at Jerry Pate Invitational

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No. 11 Auburn men’s golf is in fifth following 36 holes of play at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate, carding an even-par 282-278–560 Monday at the Old Overton Club. Freshman Wells Padgett carded a 3-under 67 in the second round with five birdies on Nos. 5, 6 and 9 on the front and 16 and 18 on the back, and…

Auburn Moves Up to #10 in the AP Poll

AUBURN DEFEATS OLE MISS AT HOME 44-23

The Auburn football team welcomed in Ole Miss after the Rebels suffered a beat down in Tuscaloosa the previous Saturday. But before the game got started Auburn recognized long time sports information director and assistant athletic director Buddy Davidson for attending his 700th consecutive Auburn game. Kerryon Johnson finishing the game with 3 touchdowns and 211 yards rushing. Daniel Carlson was perfect…

Alabama Sneaks Past Texas A&M

THE CRIMSON TIDE WIN IT 27-19 ON THE ROAD

Alabama is undefeated on the year and looking for win #6. Alabama entered Aggieland last night. Uncharacteristic for the Tide, the Aggies force the fumble marking the first time since the 2016 Iron Bowl that Alabama has turned the ball over. Texas A&M would continue to beat the door down on the number 1 ranked team, but Alabama would walk away…