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Softball. Walk-Off Hands Auburn Softball First Loss In SEC Play

The No. 8 Auburn softball team suffered its first loss in conference play this season when it fell to No. 20 Missouri, 5-4, in eight innings Saturday night in Columbia, Mo. Auburn fought off two Missouri comebacks after leading through four innings, but starting pitcher Rachael Walters could not finish out the eighth, giving up the walk-off two-run home run to Kelsea Roth.

Swimming & Diving. Auburn takes ninth at NCAA Men's Championships

The Auburn men's swimming and diving team capped of the 2014-15 season with a ninth-place finish Saturday at the NCAA Championships held at the University of Iowa's Campus Wellness and Recreation Center.

W. Golf. Tigers drop two matches at Liz Murphey Collegiate

The Auburn women's golf team dropped a pair of matches Saturday at the Liz Murphey Collegiate Championship, falling to Purdue and Stanford at the UGA Golf Course.

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Oaks Are Returning To Toomer's Corner

Do you have any big plans this Valentine's Day weekend? Why not make the trip down to Auburn and experience the historical replanting of the oaks at Toomer's Corner?

It has been almost three years since the day Auburn University announced the poisoning of the original oaks at Toomer's Corner. Though the trees may have died, the spirit of the tradition they represented lives on.

Once the poisoned oaks were removed in 2013, the university constructed metal wires for the students to r*** while the new, healthy oaks were grown off-site and the soil was replaced. Now, the soil at Toomer's Corner has finally been declared free of poison and the new oaks are ready to be planted

Saturday, Feb. 14, work on the oaks will begin at 8 a.m. and the planting should be complete later that afternoon. 

You won't want to miss out on this historic opportunity!

Posted by Margaret Minium on February 11, 2015 at 4:00pm

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