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SEC Ranking
 1. S.Carolina (4) 14-2(24-4) 
 2. Mississippi St. (7) 13-3(27-3) 
 3. Missouri (25) 11-5(21-9) 
 4. Kentucky (19) 11-5(20-9) 
 5. Tennessee 10-6(19-10) 
 6. Texas A&M 9-7(19-10) 
 7. LSU 8-8(19-10) 
 8. Auburn 7-9(17-13) 
 9. Georgia 7-9(15-14) 
 10. Mississippi 6-10(17-12) 
 11. Alabama 5-11(17-12) 
 12. Florida 5-11(14-15) 
 13. Vanderbilt 4-12(14-15) 
 14. Arkansas 2-14(13-16) 

SEC Men 2016-2017
Official Web Site


A'ja Wilson (South Carolina) is named Player of the Year

Points Per Game
 Ronni WILLIAMS
  Florida
  (183-F-)
  Avg: 19.2
 1. Williams, Florida19.2 
 2. Cunningham, Missouri17.7 
 3. Wilson, S.Carolina17.6 
 4. Deshields, Tenne.17.2 
 5. Epps, Kentucky17.1 
 6. Williams, Texas A.16.8 
 7. Vivians, Mississi.16.4 
 8. Russell, Tennessee16.3 
 9. Hillsman, Texas A.16.2 
 10. Frerking, Auburn16.0 
Rebounds Per Game
 Alaina COATES
  S.Carolina
  (193-C-)
  Avg: 10.7
 1. Coates, S.Carolina10.7 
 2. Akhator, Kentucky10.5 
 3. Howard, Texas A&M10.4 
 4. Russell, Tennessee9.5 
 5. Webb, Vanderbilt9.0 
 6. Hillsman, Texas A.8.2 
 7. Porter, Missouri8.0 
 8. Williams, Florida7.8 
 9. Wilson, S.Carolina7.6 
 10. Overbeck, Vande.7.3 
Assists Per Game
 Curtyce KNOX
  Texas A&M
  (170-G-94)
  Avg: 9
 1. Knox, Texas A&M9.0 
 2. Anderson, Florida4.9 
 3. William, Mississi.4.6 
 4. Reynolds, Tennessee4.5 
 5. Lewis, Alabama4.0 
 6. Murray, Kentucky3.9 
 7. Deshields, Tenne.3.9 
 8. Clark, Georgia3.9 
 9. Sisk, Mississippi3.8 
 10. Epps, Kentucky3.6 
Steals Per Game
 Raigyne MONCRIEF
  LSU
  (178-G-94)
  Avg: 3.4
 1. Moncrief, LSU3.4 
 2. Frerking, Auburn2.5 
 3. Monk, Arkansas2.4 
 4. Murray, Kentucky2.3 
 5. Knox, Texas A&M2.1 
 6. Sisk, Mississippi2.1 
 7. Muhammad, Mississippi1.9 
 8. Jackson, LSU1.8 
 9. Michaelis, Missouri1.8 
 10. Wade, Alabama1.6 
Blocks Per Game
 A'Ja WILSON
  S.Carolina
  (196-F-96)
  Avg: 2.6
 1. Wilson, S.Carolina2.6 
 2. Robinson, Georgia2.4 
 3. Knight, Alabama2.4 
 4. Porter, Missouri1.4 
 5. McCowan, Mississi.1.4 
 6. Fleming, Florida1.4 
 7. Russell, Tennessee1.4 
 8. Coates, S.Carolina1.4 
 9. Lorenzen, Florida1.3 
 10. Hillsman, Texas A.1.3 


University of South Carolina wins the USA SEC 2016-2017 title

University of South Carolina 2016-17
Dawn Staley Dawn Staley Staley
Kaela Davis
Davis
Allisha Gray
Gray
Bianca Cuevas-Moore
Cuevas-Moore
A'Ja Wilson
Wilson
Tyasha Harris
Harris
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
3  Davis Kaela 188 (6'2'') G 95 USA
10  Gray Allisha 183 (6'0'') G 95 USA
1  Cuevas-Moore Bianca 168 (5'6'') G 0 USA
22  Wilson A'Ja 196 (6'5'') F 96 USA
52  Harris Tyasha 178 (5'10'') G 98 USA
21  Harrigan Mikiah 188 (6'2'') F 0 USA
41  Coates Alaina 193 (6'4'') C 0 USA
4  Cliney Doniyah 183 (6'0'') G 0 USA
15  Davis Tiffany 170 (5'7'') G 0 USA
44  Farmer India 183 (6'0'') F 0 USA
35  Jennings Alexis 188 (6'2'') F 0 USA
0  Patrick Victoria 173 (5'8'') G 0 USA
12  Bradshaw Araion 168 (5'6'') G 0 USA
Head Coach: Dawn Staley
Coach Assistant: Nikki McCray-Penson
Coach Assistant: Fred Chmiel


South Carolina wins third straight SEC Championship - Mar 7, 2017

Kaela Davis (6'2''-G-95) had 23 points and A'Ja Wilson (6'5''-F-96) scored seven of her 15 points in the fourth quarter to send No. 1 seed South Carolina to its third straight SEC Tournament crown with a 59-49 victory over No. 2 seed Mississippi State on Sunday.
The Gamecocks (27-4) entered the final period down 45-40 when Davis began the comeback with a 3-pointer and A'Ja Wilson (6'5''-F-96) scored the next five points to put South Carolina up for good.
Mississippi State (29-4) closed within 50-49 on Roshunda Johnson (5'7''-G-95)'s bank shot with 4:42 left. The Bulldogs, however, would not score again in losing their 10th straight -- and second consecutive SEC tourney final -- to South Carolina.
A'Ja A'Ja Wilson (6'5''-F-96), playing without injured post partner Alaina Coates (6'4''-C), found her dominance in the final quarter. Along with her points, the Southeastern Conference player of the year had eight of her nine rebounds and two of her four blocks in the period.
When it was over, Davis heaved the ball high into the air and the Gamecocks celebrated at mid court to the cheers of a packed arena, located about two hours north of South Carolina's campus.
The Gamecocks joined Tennessee as the only SEC teams with three consecutive tournament titles. Tennessee, though, accomplished it twice.
Teaira McCowan (6'7''-C-96) had 15 points and 12 rebounds to lead Mississippi State. All-SEC first team selection Victoria Vivians (6'1''-G-94) had another disappointing performance for the Bulldogs, going 3-of-10 from the field for 9 points. Vivians, who averaged 16.6 points a game this season, had a total of 24 points in their three games here.

THE BIG PICTURE
Mississippi State: The Bulldogs felt the first shot in this one as the Gamecocks made their first seven baskets to take a 14-5 lead. Mississippi State's defense -- and 6-foot-7 Teaira McCowan (6'7''-C-96) -- kicked in after that. McCowan made it near-impossible for the Gamecocks to find A'Ja Wilson (6'5''-F-96) underneath. The Bulldogs also got a boost from Vivians, who had two foul shots and a 3-point play in the final 68 seconds as Mississippi State cut an eight-point deficit to 29-26 at the half. The Bulldogs needed Vivians to play like the leading scorer she's been all year long.
South Carolina: Coates' absence didn't seem like it would hurt the Gamecocks much with the way Davis got started. The Georgia Tech transfer hit six of nine shots for 13 points. Once Mississippi State clamped down on A'Ja Wilson (6'5''-F-96), there wasn't anyone who could provide that second down-low option South Carolina is so used to. Mikiah Harrigan (6'2''-F), a 6-2 freshman, made two of three shots but often was muscled out of position by the Bulldogs.

SEC Tournament Final: South Carolina - Mississippi State 59-49
SEC Tournament Semifinals:
South Carolina - Kentucky 89-77
Mississippi State - Texas A&M 66-50

Courtesy of SEC Sports


All-SEC Awards 2017 - Mar 7, 2017

All-SEC 1st Team 2017
Ronni Williams
Williams
Evelyn Akhator
Akhator
Makayla Epps
Epps
Victoria Vivians
Vivians
Sophie Cunningham
Cunningham

All-Tournament MVP: Kaela Davis (6'2''-G-95) of S.Carolina
Player of the Year: A'Ja Wilson (6'5''-F-96) of S.Carolina
Defensive Player of the Year: Raigyne Moncrief (5'10''-G-94) of LSU
Co-Freshman of the Year: Delicia Washington (G) of Florida
Co-Freshman of the Year: Amber Smith (5'11''-G-98) of Missouri
Sixth Woman of the Year: Teaira McCowan (6'7''-C-96) of Mississippi St.
Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Katie Frerking (6'1''-G/F) of Auburn
Coach of the Year: Robin Pingeton of Missouri

1st Team
F: Ronni Williams (6'0''-F) of Florida
F: Evelyn Akhator (6'3''-F-95) of Kentucky
G: Makayla Epps (5'10''-G) of Kentucky
G: Victoria Vivians (6'1''-G-94) of Mississippi St.
G: Sophie Cunningham (6'1''-G-97) of Missouri
C: Alaina Coates (6'4''-C) of S.Carolina
F: A'Ja Wilson (6'5''-F-96) of S.Carolina
G: Diamond Deshields (6'1''-G-95) of Tennessee

2nd Team
G/F: Katie Frerking (6'1''-G/F) of Auburn
G/F: Pachis Roberts (5'11''-G/F-94) of Georgia
G: Raigyne Moncrief (5'10''-G-94) of LSU
G: Morgan William (5'5''-G-96) of Mississippi St.
G/F: Jaime Nared (6'2''-G/F-95) of Tennessee
C: Mercedes Russell (6'6''-C-95) of Tennessee
C: Khaalia Hillsman (6'5''-C-96) of Texas A&M
G: Curtyce Knox (5'7''-G-94) of Texas A&M
G: Danni Williams (5'10''-G) of Texas A&M

All-Defensive Team
G/F: Katie Frerking (6'1''-G/F) of Auburn
F: Caliya Robinson (6'3''-F) of Georgia
G: Raigyne Moncrief (5'10''-G-94) of LSU
G: Dominique Dillingham (5'9''-G-95) of Mississippi St.
C: Alaina Coates (6'4''-C) of S.Carolina
F: A'Ja Wilson (6'5''-F-96) of S.Carolina

All-Freshman Team
C: Ashley Knight (6'5''-C) of Alabama
G: Jordan Lewis (5'7''-G) of Alabama
G: Jailyn Mason (5'9''-G-98) of Arkansas
G: Delicia Washington (G) of Florida
G: Amber Smith (5'11''-G-98) of Missouri
G: Tyasha Harris (5'10''-G-98) of S.Carolina
F: Kayla Overbeck (6'1''-F) of Vanderbilt
G/F: Erin Whalen (6'1''-G/F) of Vanderbilt


 

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