No. 17 Auburn readies for tough test at Round Rock Classic

AUBURN, Ala. – No. 17 Auburn baseball hits the road for the first time since the 2019 College World Series as the Tigers are set to take on Oklahoma, Baylor and Texas A&M at the Round Rock Classic in Round Rock, Texas.

First pitch against the Sooners at Dell Diamond is scheduled for Friday at 12 p.m. CT. The Tigers will take on Baylor Saturday at noon and Texas A&M Sunday at 11 a.m.

All three contests can be heard on the Auburn Sports Network. Subscription-based Flo Baseball will also broadcast the event.


Friday – Sr. RHP Cody Greenhill (1-0, 3.60) vs. R-So. RHP Wyatt Olds (0-0, 2.25)

Saturday – Jr. RHP Richard Fitts (0-0, 1.80) vs. Jr. LHP Tyler Thomas (0-0, 3.00)

Sunday – TBA vs. R-Fr. LHP Jonathan Childress (0-0, 0.00)


Auburn scored a program record 33 runs against Alabama A&M Wednesday, eclipsing the previous mark of 32 runs scored against Troy on Mar. 2, 1994.

The Tigers also matched the program record with 27 hits, previously coming in the same game against Troy.

The Tigers are outscoring the opponent 73-7 through five games this season.

Sixteen different players have recorded a hit and 15 position players have earned a start.

Fourteen different pitchers have made an appearance and only four have allowed a run.

Auburn leads the country runs (73), hits (74) and ranks in the top five in average (.398), on-base percentage (.496) and slugging (.683).

The Tigers also rank third in the conference and seventh in the NCAA in ERA (1.02).


Oklahoma enters the weekend with a 2-2 overall record after splitting opening weekend with Omaha and splitting a pair of midweek contests against Stephen F. Austin and UT Arlington.

The Sooner are hitting .213 and have posted a 4.33 ERA through four contests.


Baylor enters the weekend with a 1-2 overall record after winning the season opener but dropping the last two games against UT Rio Grand Valley opening weekend.

The Bears are hitting .333 as a team and have posted a 7.20 staff ERA.


Texas A&M enters the weekend with a 2-3 overall record after dropping two of three to Xavier opening weekend and splitting a pair of midweek games against Abilene Christian and Tarleton State.

The Aggies are hitting .243 with a 3.72 staff ERA through five games.