David Cloninger

SEC Women’s Tournament Watch

The Gamecocks have a third consecutive No. 1 seed in the SEC tournament.
The Gamecocks have a third consecutive No. 1 seed in the SEC tournament. AP

The SEC is in its second half of the league season so it’s time to see how the SEC tournament would stack up if it began today.

SEC WOMEN’S TOURNAMENT

March 2-6 * Veterans Memorial Arena * Jacksonville, Fla.

First Round

March 2

Game 1 – No. 12 vs. No. 13, 11 a.m. (SEC Network)

Game 2 – No. 11 vs. No. 14, 25 minutes following conclusion of Game 1 (SEC Network)

Second Round

March 3

Game 3 – No. 8 vs. No. 9, noon (SEC Network)

Game 4 – No. 5 vs. Game 1 winner, 25 minutes following conclusion of Game 3 (SEC Network)

Game 5 – No. 10 vs. No. 7, 6 p.m. (SEC Network)

Game 6 – No. 6 vs. Game 2 winner, 25 minutes following conclusion of Game 5 (SEC Network)

Third Round

March 4

Game 7 – No. 1 vs. Game 3 winner, noon (SEC Network)

Game 8 – No. 4 vs. Game 4 winner, 25 minutes following conclusion of Game 7 (SEC Network)

Game 9 – No. 2 vs. Game 5 winner, 6 p.m. (SEC Network)

Game 10 – No. 3 vs. Game 6 winner, 25 minutes following conclusion of Game 9 (SEC Network)

Fourth Round

March 5

Game 11 – Game 7 winner vs. Game 8 winner, 5 p.m. (ESPNU)

Game 12 – Game 9 winner vs. Game 10 winner, 25 minutes following conclusion of Game 3 (ESPNU)

Championship

March 6

Game 13 – Game 11 winner vs. Game 12 winner, 4:30 p.m. (ESPN)

SEC STANDINGS (Feb. 18)

South Carolina 13-0

Texas A&M 9-4

Auburn 8-5

Florida 8-5

Mississippi State 8-5

Georgia 7-6

Kentucky 7-6

Missouri 7-6

Tennessee 7-6

Arkansas 6-7

Vanderbilt 4-9

Alabama 3-10

LSU 2-11

Ole Miss 2-11

IF THE TOURNAMENT BEGAN TODAY

South Carolina has clinched the No. 1 seed in the tournament.

Florida, Auburn and Mississippi State are tied for third. The Bulldogs beat each while the Tigers beat the Gators. MSU would be third and the Tigers fourth.

Georgia, Kentucky, Missouri and Tennessee are tied for sixth. The Wildcats beat Tennessee and Georgia and would be sixth. The Lady Vols have a .500 record against Kentucky and Missouri and would be seventh. Georgia and Missouri each have 1-2 records against the others and they split the regular-season series, so the record would go to record against the top seed. Each lost their only game to South Carolina and Texas A&M, but Missouri split the series with Mississippi State.

LSU beat Ole Miss and would take the 13th seed.

First Round

March 2

Game 1 – (12) Alabama vs. (13) LSU

Game 2 – (11) Vanderbilt vs. (14) Ole Miss

Second Round

March 3

Game 3 – (8) Missouri vs. (9) Georgia

Game 4 – (5) Florida vs. Game 1 winner

Game 5 – (10) Arkansas vs. (7) Tennessee

Game 6 – (6) Kentucky vs. Game 2 winner

Third Round

March 4

Game 7(1) South Carolina vs. Game 3 winner

Game 8 – (4) Auburn vs. Game 4 winner

Game 9 – (2) Texas A&M vs. Game 5 winner

Game 10 – (3) Mississippi State vs. Game 6 winner

Bold means seed is locked in.

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