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SEC Ranking
 1. Auburn (14) 13-5(25-6) 
 2. Tennessee (16) 13-5(23-7) 
 3. Florida 11-7(20-11) 
 4. Arkansas 10-8(21-10) 
 5. Kentucky (23) 10-8(21-10) 
 6. Missouri 10-8(10-11) 
 7. Mississippi St. 9-9(21-10) 
 8. Texas A&M 9-9(20-11) 
 9. LSU 8-10(17-13) 
 10. Alabama 8-10(17-14) 
 11. Georgia 7-11(16-14) 
 12. S.Carolina 7-11(16-15) 
 13. Vanderbilt 6-12(12-19) 
 14. Mississippi 5-13(12-19) 

SEC Women 2017-2018
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Points Per Game
 Yante MATEN
  Georgia
  (203-F-96)
  Avg: 19.3
 1. Maten, Georgia19.3 
 2. Sexton, Alabama19.0 
 3. Barford, Arkansas18.0 
 4. Macon, Arkansas16.9 
 5. Roberson, Vande.16.8 
 6. Heron, Auburn16.6 
 7. Robertson, Misso.16.2 
 8. Brown, Auburn16.2 
 9. Waters, LSU16.0 
 10. Knox-II, Kentucky15.7 
Rebounds Per Game
 Robert WILLIAMS
  Texas A.
  (208-F-97)
  Avg: 9.1
 1. Williams, Texas A.9.1 
 2. Davis, Texas A&M8.7 
 3. Maten, Georgia8.6 
 4. Silva, S.Carolina8.0 
 5. Vanderbilt, Kentu.7.9 
 6. Roberson, Vande.7.2 
 7. Hall, Alabama6.9 
 8. Porter, Missouri6.8 
 9. Murray, Auburn6.8 
 10. Holman, Mississi.6.6 
Assists Per Game
 Chris CHIOZZA
  Florida
  (183-G-95)
  Avg: 6.1
 1. Chiozza, Florida6.1 
 2. Waters, LSU5.9 
 3. Harper, Auburn5.7 
 4. Gilgeous-A., Kentu.5.2 
 5. Burnett, Mississippi4.0 
 6. Peters, Mississi.4.0 
 7. Macon, Arkansas3.9 
 8. Wilson, Texas A&M3.7 
 9. Gravett, S.Carolina3.6 
 10. Bone, Tennessee3.6 
Steals Per Game
 Tremont WATERS
  LSU
  (180-PG-98)
  Avg: 2
 1. Waters, LSU2.0 
 2. Chiozza, Florida1.7 
 3. Mays, LSU1.6 
 4. Gilgeous-A., Kentu.1.6 
 5. Peters, Mississi.1.5 
 6. Weatherspoon, Mississi.1.5 
 7. Jones, Alabama1.3 
 8. Gilder, Texas A&M1.3 
 9. Crawford, Mississippi1.2 
 10. Harper, Auburn1.2 
Blocks Per Game
 Anfernee MCLEMORE
  Auburn
  (201-F-)
  Avg: 2.7
 1. McLemore, Auburn2.7 
 2. Williams, Texas A.2.5 
 3. Hall, Alabama2.1 
 4. Gafford, Arkansas2.1 
 5. Hayes, Florida2.1 
 6. Ado, Mississippi St.1.9 
 7. Porter, Missouri1.7 
 8. Alexander, Tenne.1.7 
 9. Holman, Mississi.1.7 
 10. Maten, Georgia1.5 


Kentucky wins fourth straight SEC Tournament (Photo: SEC)

University of Kentucky 2017-18
Joel Justus Joel Justus Justus
Wenyen Gabriel
Gabriel
Nicholas Richards
Richards
Hamidou Diallo
Diallo
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander
Gilgeous-Alexander
Kevin Knox II
Knox II
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
32  Gabriel Wenyen 208 (6'10'') PF 97 South Sudan
4  Richards Nicholas 212 (7'0'') C 97 Jamaica
8  Diallo Hamidou 198 (6'6'') F/G 98 Guinea USA
22  Gilgeous-Alexander Shai 198 (6'6'') PG 98 Canada
5  Knox II Kevin 206 (6'9'') PF 99 USA
25  Washington P.J. 206 (6'9'') C/F 98 USA
0  Green Quade 187 (6'2'') PG 98 USA
1  Killeya-Jones Sacha 208 (6'10'') PF 98 United Kingdom USA
12  Calipari Brad 183 (6'0'') G 96 USA
13  Baker Jemarl 193 (6'4'') SG 98 USA
2  Vanderbilt Jarred 207 (6'10'') F/C 99 USA
Head Coach: John Calipari Head Coach: Joel Justus
Coach Assistant: John Robic
Coach Assistant: Tony Barbee


Kentucky wins fourth straight SEC Tournament - Mar 12, 2018

John Calipari kept telling anyone who would listen that this group of Kentucky freshmen just needed a little more time than most to figure things out.
That faith was shaken when the Wildcats lost four straight games last month. But they delivered on their coach's optimism on Sunday.
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (6'6''-PG-98) scored 29 points, and Kentucky beat No. 13 Tennessee 77-72 for its fourth straight Southeastern Conference Tournament championship.
It's the 31st title in tournament history for the Wildcats, whose No. 4 seed in the event was the lowest in Calipari's nine seasons at the school. The Wildcats (24-10) were one defeat away last month from what would have been the longest losing streak in the Calipari era, but they have won seven of eight since -- including their first in three tries this season against the No. 2 seed Volunteers.
All in all, it's a Kentucky group that appears primed for next week's NCAA Tournament.
"A month ago, I wasn't sure we'd be in the tournament," Calipari said. "And then I had to ask ... 'Does everybody get to go to the SEC tournament?' I wasn't even sure we'd get here. But I come back to this: We needed to lose those games. We needed to lose four in a row."
Despite racing to a 17-point lead in the first half Sunday, the Wildcats' seemingly annual SEC Tournament coronation was delayed by a Tennessee team trying to win its first title in almost 40 years.
But Gilgeous-Alexander capped his tournament Most Valuable Player performance by hitting the clinching free throws with 2.4 seconds remaining, sending the overwhelmingly Kentucky crowd of 18,974 into a wild celebration. The freshman guard finished 10 of 16 from the field with seven rebounds and a pair of steals.
Kevin Knox II (6'9''-PF-99) had 18 points for the Wildcats, and Quade Green (6'2''-PG-98) finished with 10.
"Shai has the ball in his hands a lot during the game, and he's really grown over the year and be able to get his points and get other people involved," Knox said. "I think right now he's playing his best basketball because he's one of our leaders."
Admiral Schofield (6'5''-F-97) had 22 points and 10 rebounds for Tennessee (25-8), which was attempting to win its first tournament championship since 1979. Grant Williams added 15 points, while Jordan Bone scored 12 and Lamonte Turner had 10.
A night after hitting 11 of their first 12 shots and 76 percent (19 of 25) in the first half of a semifinal win over Arkansas , the Volunteers didn't fare nearly as well early on Sunday. They made only five of their first 25 shots and fell behind 33-16 midway through the first half. Schofield, however, responded by scoring Tennessee's final 13 points of the half, capping a 15-3 run that pulled the Volunteers within 36-31 at halftime.
"We started the game and dug ourselves a hole and, obviously, they were making some shots," Tennessee coach Rick Barnes said. "We weren't playing the way we were capable of; we just weren't locked in."

Courtesy of SECSports.com

SEC Tournament Final: Kentucky - Tennessee 77-72
SEC Tournament Semifinals:
Kentucky - Alabama 86-63
Tennessee - Arkansas 84-66


All-SEC Awards 2018 - Mar 12, 2018

All-SEC 1st Team 2018
Jaylen Barford
Barford
Chris Chiozza
Chiozza
Yante Maten
Maten
Kevin Knox II
Knox II
Kassius Robertson
Robertson

All-Tournament MVP: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (6'6''-PG-98) of Kentucky
Player of the Year: Grant Williams (6'7''-F-98) of Tennessee
Co-Defensive Player of the Year: Chris Silva (6'9''-F-97) of S.Carolina
Co-Defensive Player of the Year: Robert Williams (6'10''-F-97) of Texas A&M
Co-Freshman of the Year: Collin Sexton (6'3''-G-99) of Alabama
Co-Freshman of the Year: Kevin Knox II (6'9''-PF-99) of Kentucky
Co-Sixth Man of the Year: Jontay Porter (6'11''-F-99) of Missouri
Co-Sixth Man of the Year: Lamonte Turner (6'1''-G-97) of Tennessee
Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Juwan Parker (6'4''-G-94) of Georgia
Coach of the Year: Rick Barnes of Tennessee

1st Team
G: Jaylen Barford (6'3''-G-96) of Arkansas
G: Chris Chiozza (6'0''-G-95) of Florida
F: Yante Maten (6'8''-F-96) of Georgia
PF: Kevin Knox II (6'9''-PF-99) of Kentucky
G: Kassius Robertson (6'3''-G-94) of Missouri
F: Chris Silva (6'9''-F-97) of S.Carolina
F: Grant Williams (6'7''-F-98) of Tennessee
C: Tyler Davis (6'10''-C-97) of Texas A&M

2nd Team
G: Collin Sexton (6'3''-G-99) of Alabama
G: Daryl Macon (6'3''-G-95) of Arkansas
G: Bryce Brown (6'3''-G) of Auburn
PG: Jared Harper (5'10''-PG) of Auburn
PG: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (6'6''-PG-98) of Kentucky
G: Quinndary Weatherspoon (6'4''-G-96) of Mississippi St.
F: Admiral Schofield (6'5''-F-97) of Tennessee
F: Jeff Roberson (6'6''-F-96) of Vanderbilt

All-Defensive Team
C: Donta Hall (6'9''-C-97) of Alabama
F: Anfernee McLemore (6'7''-F) of Auburn
G: Chris Chiozza (6'0''-G-95) of Florida
F: Chris Silva (6'9''-F-97) of S.Carolina
F: Robert Williams (6'10''-F-97) of Texas A&M

All-Tournament Team
PG: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (6'6''-PG-98) of Kentucky
G: Collin Sexton (6'3''-G-99) of Alabama
PF: Wenyen Gabriel (6'10''-PF-97) of Kentucky
PF: Kevin Knox II (6'9''-PF-99) of Kentucky
F: Admiral Schofield (6'5''-F-97) of Tennessee

All-Freshman Team
G: Collin Sexton (6'3''-G-99) of Alabama
F: Daniel Gafford (6'11''-F-98) of Arkansas
PG: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander (6'6''-PG-98) of Kentucky
PF: Kevin Knox II (6'9''-PF-99) of Kentucky
PG: Tremont Waters (5'11''-PG-98) of LSU
G: Nick Weatherspoon (6'2''-G-98) of Mississippi St.
F: Jontay Porter (6'11''-F-99) of Missouri
G: T.J. Starks (6'2''-G) of Texas A&M


 

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