Tigers set to take on Lipscomb in Nashville

AUBURN, Ala. – Due to the weather forecast in Auburn, the Tigers will travel to Nashville to take on Lipscomb Tuesday. First pitch at Dugan Field is set for 4 p.m. CT.

Auburn ticket holders will be contacted via email by the Auburn Ticket Office.


Tuesday – R-Jr. LHP Peyton Glavine (0-1, 2.00) vs. Jr. RHP Dylan Bierman (0-1, 13.50)


Auburn enters the week ranked in the top 10 in the country in hits (173, 5th), runs (140, 6th) and scoring (9.3, 8th).

In 33 games since the start of last season, the Tigers have recorded the most hits (383) and has scored the fourth most runs (298) in Division I.

Auburn has hit 21 home runs through 15 games and is one home run ahead of the pace the 2010 team that set the single season record with 131 home runs had through 15 games.

Brody Moore hit his first career home run Sunday, becoming the 10th Auburn player to homer this season. The Tigers haven’t had 10 players homer in a season since 2017.

Peyton Glavine is set to make his first career start Tuesday. Glavine hasn’t allowed a run in three of his four appearances this season.

Auburn pitchers struck out 47 batters and issued six walks in 36.0 innings last week.

Auburn has also utilized 13 different lineups through 15 games this season.

Tuesday marks the first meeting between Auburn and Lipscomb since 2017, including the first ever meeting in Nashville between the two teams. The Tigers are 3-2 all-time against the Bisons.


Lipscomb enters the week with a 5-5 overall record after being swept at Georgia over the weekend. The Bisons battled the Bulldogs into extra innings in Sunday’s finale but ultimately fell short in 12 innings.

The Bisons had six games canceled due to COVID-19 from Mar. 2-10.

Lipscomb has turned in a .244 team batting average and 4.83 staff ERA.