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Auburn Sports Update: 6-12 April 2015

What's been going on in Auburn's "non-revenue" sports?

Wade Rackley / Auburn Athletics

Equestrian. Off this week as they prepare for this weekend's NCEA Championships. However, six Tigers did earn All-American honors.

Men's Golf. Finished second at the Gary Koch Invitational. Junior Michael Johnson finished tied for first place. Next up for the men is the SEC Championship this weekend in Sea Island, GA.

Women's Golf. The ladies finished 9th at the Bryan National Collegiate. Freshman Kelli Murphy tied for second place in the event and earned SEC Freshman of the Week honors for it. The SEC Championship for the ladies will also be this weekend at Greystone in Birmingham.

Gymnastics. Off this week as they prepare for the NCAA Gymnastics Championships this weekend. The rotations for the event were announced early last week.

Soccer. Off this week, but will face Clemson this weekend as they continue their spring schedule.

Softball. The Tigers defeated UAB on Wednesday at home 10-6. Emily Carosone was named a finalist for USA Softball National Collegiate Player of the Year. Then the Tigers took their fifth straight SEC series of the season against Texas A&M in College Station. I'd say it was a pretty good week for Auburn softball. They face Alabama this weekend in a sold-out (yes, you read that right) weekend series in Auburn. It will be one of the biggest softball series in Auburn history.

Men's Tennis. It was a rough weekend for the guys, as they fell 4-1 to Tennessee on Friday and then closed out the regular season with a 4-1 loss to Kentucky. They will face Arkansas in the first match of the SEC Championships on Wednesday afternoon in College Station, TX.

Women's Tennis. The women had an excellent Senior Day on Friday as they swept Missouri 7-0. Sunday's final home match didn't go quite so well, as the Tigers fell 4-3 to Arkansas. The ladies will face Tennessee in the first round of the SEC Championships on Wednesday in Columbia, SC.

Track and Field. The Tigers had a good weekend out in Starkville with 7 wins and 11 personal records set. Auburn will return home this Friday and Saturday for the War Eagle Invitational. If you're in town for A-Day you can check them out at the track complex!

Volleyball. The spring schedule shows that the Tigers played a match at Samford in Birmingham. However, I can't find any record of what may have happened.