INSIDE THE AUBURN TIGERS

October 2017 Issue - On Newsstands Now!

Baseball Program Moving Forward

Butch Thompson has brought in a strong recruiting class as his Tigers head into fall workouts in preparation for the 2018 season. After taking the team to an NCAA regional, Thompson returns many key players so there is an expectation for more success in the Auburn program. By Jason Caldwell

On the Comeback Trail

A pair of talented defensive backs, Jeremiah Dinson and Jamel Dean, have made recovered from major knee injuries to develop into dependable performers for the Auburn football team. By Mark Murphy

High-Achiever Heron A Key Player for Tigers

Mustapha Heron earned Freshman All-SEC status last season, but is far from satisfied. The six-foot-five left-hander from Connecticut has been on a mission to become more productive while helping his team reach a goal of going to the 2018 NCAA Basketball Tournament. By Mark Murphy

Focused On Basketball Goals

One of the most highly-regarded hoops signees in Auburn history, many years before he became a college prospect Mustapha Heron went to work to achieve his goals and he hasn't slowed a bit. By Mark Murphy

High Hopes for Hoops

With improved talent and more depth, Bruce Pearl will open the 2017-18 season in November with the expectation of putting a team on the court that is capable of earning an NCAA Basketball Tournament bid. By Mark Murphy

Prescription for Success

An immediate impact performer when she arrived as a freshman for the volleyball Tigers, All-SEC setter Alexa Fillet' has her act together as a leader on the court and away from her sport. By Mark Murphy

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