Auburn to host baseball NCAA Tournament regional

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The Auburn Tigers baseball team will be playing in the postseason on their own diamond.

The Tigers were selected to host a regional for baseball’s NCAA Tournament on Sunday. This will be the first time since 2010 that Auburn will host a regional and it will be the fifth the Tigers have hosted one in its history.

Auburn will be pleased to be able to start the postseason in a familiar ballpark. The Tigers were recently bounced from the SEC Tournament in Hoover, Alabama, after losing to the Kentucky Wildcats 3-1. Auburn is one of four SEC teams to host a regional — Tennessee, Florida and Texas A&M will also host their own regionals for the tournament.

The Tigers didn’t play Florida this year, but they did play a series against both Texas A&M and Tennessee. Auburn was successful in winning its series against the Aggies two games to one, but the Tigers only managed to take a game against the Volunteers before being bested in the other two. Butch Thompson's squad is likely happy it gets to avoid the Vols for a bit longer, as they are currently the No. 1 team in the nation.

Auburn will have to wait until Monday at 11 a.m. CT to discover who they will play in the Auburn Regional.


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