The Tiger Eyes are the “visual” ensemble of the Auburn University Marching Band and they are comprised of three distinct lines – flag line, majorettes, and danceline – that present complementary choreography. I was a member of the danceline for four years and I had the honor to serve as captain and section leader my senior season. I have performed at the 2013 College Football National Championship, 2013 SEC Championship, 2014 Outback Bowl, 2011 Chick-fil-a Bowl and over 30 performances in Auburn's home stadium, Jordan-Hare.
Over my four years, I was able to make life long friends and further my dance and performance skills, but overall my time with the Auburn Danceline taught me both life lessons and leadership skills that I will use forever.
Mariners is an auxiliary and support group to the Naval ROTC unit, as well as a service organization for the campus and the community. Mariners, originally organized as a service organization, represent the NROTC unit both on and off campus. We provide support at various unit activities such as meets, intramurals, and drill. We give moral support and provide extra manpower when necessary. Although Mariners work closely with the unit on many projects, we maintain our own character as a separate entity from the NROTC.
I joined Mariners in the fall of 2014 and I was honored to have been chosen as Most Outstanding Pledge. My time with Mariners has been a learning experience, but extremely rewarding.
Rookie Auburn Tiger Band Group Leader
The R.A.T. program is designed to make the transition for incoming Auburn Marching Band rookies an easy and successful one. This mentor program is a great tool for both new Auburn students and R.A.T. Group Leaders. Through this program I learned leadership and time management skills that I can use towards my career.