Tiger Soccer Heads To LSU And Arkansas For Pair Of SEC Contests
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Oct. 11, 2006

AUBURN, Ala. -

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Having shutout its last four opponents, the Auburn soccer team will head to LSU and Arkansas this weekend for a pair of SEC West matches. The Tigers will battle the Bayou Bengals at 7 p.m. CT on Friday night before facing the Razorbacks at 1 p.m. on Sunday.

Auburn and LSU enter the weekend tied for second in the SEC West, four points behind leader Ole Miss. Auburn has won the last five regular-season contests between the two schools and will be working to extend its current streak of 412 minutes of shutout soccer, which dates back to the Auburn-South Carolina match on Sept. 24 in Auburn.

The Tigers will then head to Fayetteville, Ark., against a team that it has also won its last five contests against. The Lady'Backs are just two points behind the Tigers in the SEC race and are in search of their first SEC Tournament berth since the 2000 season.

All games can be heard live in the Auburn-Opelika area on 910 AM or on the internet at www.auburntigers.com.