Southeastern Conference Basketball Tournament
(Seeds in Parenthesis - All Times Eastern)
From The Sports Network
Site: Verizon Arena (18,000) -- North Little Rock, Arkansas
Dates: Wednesday, March 4th through Sunday, March 8th
Defending Champion: Tennessee def. Kentucky, 71-70
Television: SEC Network, ESPNU (Semifinals), ESPN (Championship)
Wednesday, March 4th - First Round
Auburn 71, (12) Florida (13-17) 49
Vanderbilt 66, (14) Alabama (13-19) 56
Thursday, March 5th - Second Round
(9) Arkansas (16-12) vs. (8) Ole Miss (17-12), 1 p.m.
(13) Auburn (13-17) vs. (5) Texas A&M (22-8), 3:25 p.m.
(10) Georgia (18-11) vs. (7) Missouri (17-12), 7 p.m.
(11) Vanderbilt (15-15) vs. (6) Kentucky (21-8), 9:25 p.m.
Friday, March 6th - Quarterfinal Round
Arkansas/Ole Miss winner vs. (1) South Carolina (27-2), 1 p.m.
Auburn/Texas A&M winner vs. (4) LSU (16-12), 3:25 p.m.
Georgia/Missouri winner vs. (2) Tennessee (25-4), 7 p.m.
Vanderbilt/Kentucky winner vs. (3) Mississippi State (26-5), 9:25 p.m.
Saturday, March 7th - Semifinal Round
Auburn/TX A&M/LSU winner vs. Arkansas/OleMiss/So Carolina winner, 5 pm
Vandy/Ky/Miss St winner vs. Georgia/Missouri/Tennessee winner, 7:25 pm
Sunday, March 8th - Championship Game
Final, 3:30 p.m.
|Past SEC Tournament Winners, Results and Most Valuable Players|
|2014||Tennessee def. Kentucky 71-70 (Isabelle Harrison, Tennessee)|
|2013||Texas A&M def. Kentucky, 75-67 (Kelsey Bone, Texas A&M)|
|2012||Tennessee def. LSU, 70-58 (Glory Johnson, Tennessee)|
|2011||Tennessee def. Kentucky, 90-65 (Shekinna Stricklen, Tennessee)|
|2010||Tennessee def. Kentucky, 70-62 (Alyssia Brewer, Tennessee)|
|2009||Vanderbilt def. Auburn, 61-54 (Christina Wirth, Vanderbilt)|
|2008||Tennessee def. LSU 61-55 (Candace Parker, Tennessee)|
|2007||Vanderbilt def. LSU, 51-45 (Carla Thomas, Vanderbilt)|
|2006||Tennessee def. LSU, 63-62 (Candace Parker, Tennessee)|
|2005||Tennessee def. LSU, 67-65 (Shyra Ely, Tennessee)|
|2004||Vanderbilt def. Georgia, 62-56 (Carla Thomas, Vanderbilt)|
|2003||LSU def. Tennessee, 78-62 (Temeka Johnson, LSU)|
|2002||Vanderbilt def. LSU, 63-48 (Zuzi Klimesova, Vanderbilt)|
|2001||Georgia def. Vanderbilt, 62-60 (Chantelle Anderson, Vanderbilt)|
|2000||Tennessee def. Mississippi State, 70-67 (LaToya Thomas, Miss State)|
|1999||Tennessee def. Georgia, 85-69 (Chamique Holdsclaw, Tennessee)|
|1998||Tennessee def. Alabama, 67-63 (Chamique Holdsclaw, Tennessee)|
|1997||Auburn def. Florida, 52-47 (Laticia Morris, Auburn)|
|1996||Tennessee def. Alabama, 64-60 (Dominique Canty, Alabama)|
|1995||Vanderbilt def. Tennessee, 67-61 (Sheri Sam, Vanderbilt)|
|1994||Tennessee def. Vanderbilt, 82-57 (Tiffany Woosley, Tennessee)|
|1993||Vanderbilt def. Georgia, 78-64 (Mara Cunningham, Vanderbilt)|
|1992||Tennessee def. Georgia, 73-66 (Dena Head, Tennessee)|
|1991||LSU def. Tennessee, 80-75 (Dana Chatman, LSU)|
|1990||Auburn def. Tennessee, 78-77 (Carolyn Jones, Auburn)|
|1989||Tennessee def. Auburn, 66-51 (Bridgette Gordon, Tennessee)|
|1988||Tennessee def. Auburn, 73-70 (Bridgette Gordon, Tennessee)|
|1987||Auburn def. Georgia, 83-57 (Vickie Orr, Auburn)|
|1986||Georgia def. LSU, 94-72 (Katrina McClain, Georgia)|
|1985||Tennessee def. Auburn, 63-60 (Shelia Collins, Tennessee)|
|1984||Georgia def. Alabama, 74-65 (Cassandra Crumpton, Alabama)|
|1983||Georgia def. Ole Miss, 72-69 (Teresa Edwards, Georgia)|
|1982||Kentucky def. Tennessee, 80-74 (Valerie Still, Kentucky)|
|1981||Auburn def. Alabama, 61-50 (Becky Jackson, Auburn)|
|1980||Tennessee def. Ole Miss, 85-71 (Jill Rankin, Tennessee)|
03/04 23:20:37 ET
As of March 4, 2015, at 11:21 PM ET