2023 was an eventful year for Auburn athletics. Per usual, Auburn had significant highs and lows. A lot of interesting things took place, and there was never a shortage of things to talk about.

Auburn baseball hosts second straight Regional

Following a trip to the College World Series in 2022, Auburn had an up-and-down season in 2023 but figured things out toward the end.

Auburn finished with a 17-13 record in conference play to earn the 5-seed in the SEC Tournament. Auburn beat Missouri but was eliminated after losses to Vanderbilt and Alabama.

The Tigers were selected to host a regional for the second season in a row but were unable to win a game in it.

Auburn basketball makes second straight NCAA Tournament

It did not end with an SEC regular season title like the season prior, but Auburn still had a productive season.

Auburn played streaky all year and frequently struggled offensively. The Tigers finished conference play 10-8 which earned them the 7-seed in the SEC Tournament.

Auburn went one-and-done in the SEC Tournament, falling 76-73 to No. 10 Arkansas.

Auburn was a 9-seed in the NCAA Tournament and got to play in Birmingham. The Tigers took down 8-seed Iowa in the first round but fell to 1-seed Houston in the round of 32.

Auburn football begins new era

Following a disappointing end to the 2021 season and a 2022 season that most would rather forget, Auburn turned the page heading into 2023.

Head coach Hugh Freeze got the Tigers back to a bowl game, which was his goal for his first season. He also achieved his goal of landing a top-10 recruiting class.

Despite the 2023 season leaving a lot to be desired for Auburn fans, things appear to be moving in the right direction.

Auburn volleyball has best season in program history

Auburn followed up its historic season in 2022 by making more history in 2023.

The Tigers had one of their best records in program history, finishing 20-10. Auburn found itself in the NCAA Tournament for the second year in a row and the third time in the history of the program.

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