Auburn Baseball Releases 2021 Official Schedule

It’s finally here. Almost 10 months since the last college baseball game was played, the Auburn Tigers know all of their opponents for the 2021 season.

Auburn will play thirty-two games at Plainsmen Park this season. Opening day will be February 19, as Auburn begins a weekend series against Presbyterian.

Auburn’s non-conference schedule is strong and is highlighted by a trip to Round Rock, Texas for the 2021 Round Rock Classic. From February 26-28, the Tigers will face Oklahoma, Baylor, and Texas A&M. The event will be held at Dell Diamond.

Auburn will also take a midweek trip to Montgomery to take part in the Capital City Classic against South Alabama at Riverwalk Stadium. This will happen on March 23.

Other non-conference teams include Georgia Tech, UAB, Samford, Little Rock, Xavier, Jacksonville State, Kennesaw State, Alabama A&M, and North Alabama.

Auburn’s SEC schedule will begin on March 19 with a road trip to Oxford, Mississippi as the Tigers will take on Ole Miss. The road schedule will also include series at Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, and Missouri.

The Tigers will begin their home conference play on March 26 as they welcome Kentucky for a weekend series at Plainsmen Park. Auburn will also host home games against Mississippi State, Florida, LSU, and Texas A&M.

The SEC tournament is scheduled to once again to take place in Hoover, Alabama, May 25-30.

The full schedule can be found here https://auburntigers.com/sports/baseball

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