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Auburn Sports Update, January 12th-18th

Looking at the weekend around Auburn sports

Football is over. What other Auburn sports is Aubie checking out, now?
Football is over. What other Auburn sports is Aubie checking out, now?
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With the spring semester getting into swing and spring sports starting up again, we're going to make it a point to try to keep everyone updated on the other Auburn sports. I apologize if we miss anything.

Women's Gymnastics took on #3 ranked Florida in Gainesville on Friday night in the first SEC Network live gymnastics broadcast. Unfortunately, the 21st ranked Tigers could not pull of the upset of the defending champion Gators. Their next match will be against Arkansas at home on Friday night.

Auburn Track & Field hosted the Tiger Invitational on Birmingham this weekend, as they kicked off the indoor track season. The Tigers came away with four victories in the event. Their next event will be this coming Friday and Saturday in Nashville against the Vanderbilt Commodores.

Men's Tennis opened 2015 taking two matches from The Citadel. They will next see action in Columbus, Ohio as part of the ITA Kick-Off Weekend with Ohio State, Purdue, and Tulsa.

Women's Tennis also won their first two matches this weekend against Middle Tennessee State and Alabama A&M. They will also take part in the ITA Kick-Off Weekend, but in Athens, GA along with Georgia, Wake Forest, and Samford.

Auburn Equestrian opens 2015 on the 30th against SMU at home in Auburn, so we'll cover that again later.

The Men's and Women's Golf teams will not be back in action until February.