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SEC Ranking
 1. Mississippi St. (2) 16-0(31-0) 
 2. S.Carolina (8) 12-4(25-5) 
 3. Georgia (19) 12-4(25-5) 
 4. Tennessee (12) 11-5(24-7) 
 5. Missouri (14) 11-5(24-7) 
 6. Texas A&M (15) 11-5(24-8) 
 7. LSU (24) 11-5(19-9) 
 8. Alabama 7-9(17-13) 
 9. Kentucky 6-10(15-17) 
 10. Auburn 5-11(14-15) 
 11. Arkansas 3-13(13-18) 
 12. Florida 3-13(11-19) 
 13. Vanderbilt 3-13(7-24) 
 14. Mississippi 1-15(12-19) 

SEC Men 2017-2018
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Points Per Game
  Avg: 22.8
 1. Wilson, S.Carolina22.8 
 2. Carter, Texas A&M22.4 
 3. Vivians, Mississi.20.1 
 4. Cunningham, Missouri18.2 
 5. McCowan, Mississi.18.2 
 6. Jackson, LSU17.7 
 7. McKay, Auburn17.6 
 8. Morris, Kentucky17.3 
 9. Nared, Tennessee17.1 
 10. Muhammad, Mississippi16.9 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 13.4
 1. McCowan, Mississi.13.4 
 2. Howard, Texas A&M12.1 
 3. Wilson, S.Carolina11.6 
 4. Russell, Tennessee8.9 
 5. Lorenzen, Florida8.8 
 6. Washington, Florida8.7 
 7. Thompson, Auburn8.6 
 8. Mitchell, LSU8.3 
 9. Nared, Tennessee7.9 
 10. Hillsman, Texas A.7.8 
Assists Per Game
 Tyasha HARRIS
  Avg: 6.4
 1. Harris, S.Carolina6.4 
 2. Carter, Texas A&M4.7 
 3. Alston, Mississippi4.5 
 4. William, Mississi.4.5 
 5. Westbrook, Tenne.4.4 
 6. Cole, Georgia4.3 
 7. Murray, Kentucky4.2 
 8. Louis, LSU3.9 
 9. McKay, Auburn3.9 
 10. Monk, Arkansas3.9 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 2.8
 1. Alexander, Auburn2.8 
 2. Harris, S.Carolina2.4 
 3. Louis, LSU2.3 
 4. Nared, Tennessee2.2 
 5. Jackson, LSU2.2 
 6. McKay, Auburn2.0 
 7. Murray, Kentucky2.0 
 8. Carter, Texas A&M1.9 
 9. Cook, Alabama1.9 
 10. Johnson, Mississi.1.9 
Blocks Per Game
  Avg: 3.3
 1. Wilson, S.Carolina3.3 
 2. Robinson, Georgia3.1 
 3. Taylor, Mississippi2.6 
 4. McCowan, Mississi.2.0 
 5. Knight, Alabama2.0 
 6. Hillsman, Texas A.1.7 
 7. Aifuwa, LSU1.6 
 8. Harrigan, S.Carolina1.4 
 9. Russell, Tennessee1.4 
 10. Rice, Kentucky1.2 

University of South Carolina wins the USA SEC 2017-2018 title

University of South Carolina 2017-18
Dawn Staley Dawn Staley Staley
Alexis Jennings
Tyasha Harris
Lindsey Spann
Bianca Cuevas-Moore
A'Ja Wilson
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
35  Jennings Alexis 190 (6'3'') F 0 USA
4  Cliney Doniyah 183 (6'0'') G 0 USA
52  Harris Tyasha 178 (5'10'') G 98 USA
21  Harrigan Mikiah 188 (6'2'') F 0 USA
10  Jackson Bianca 178 (5'10'') G 0 USA
24  Grissett Lele 183 (6'0'') F 0 USA
11  Spann Lindsey 168 (5'6'') G 95 USA
1  Cuevas-Moore Bianca 168 (5'6'') G 0 USA
22  Wilson A'Ja 196 (6'5'') F 96 USA
2  Cooper Te'a 173 (5'8'') G 0 USA
23  Williams Ladazhia 188 (6'2'') F 0 USA
0  Patrick Victoria 173 (5'8'') G 0 USA
Head Coach: Dawn Staley
Coach Assistant: Fred Chmiel
Coach Assistant: Jolette Law

Gamecocks win fourth straight SEC Tournament - Mar 6, 2018

A'Ja Wilson (6'5''-F-96) helped eighth-ranked South Carolina become the first Southeastern Conference women's program to win four consecutive tournament titles Sunday, snapping the nation's longest winning streak at 32 with a 62-51 upset of No. 2 Mississippi State.
Wilson scored 16 points, and the Gamecocks beat Mississippi State yet again with a title on the line. South Carolina beat the Bulldogs last April for the program's first national championship, and now the Gamecocks (26-6) have their third straight SEC tournament title at Mississippi State's expense.
Mississippi State (32-1) had not lost since that national title game, coming into the SEC tournament final with the Bulldogs' first regular season championship and hoping a third try at the tournament title would be the charm.
The SEC's best 3-point shooters struggled outside the arc, and the Bulldogs couldn't overcome South Carolina's dominance in the paint with Teaira McCowan (6'7''-C-96) limited by foul trouble most of the first half.
Tyasha Harris (5'10''-G-98) added 14 points for South Carolina, Mikiah Harrigan (6'2''-F) had 13 and Bianca Jackson (5'10''-G) 11.
Victoria Vivians led Mississippi State with 17 points, and Morgan Williams (5'9''-C) had 10. McCowan, who came in averaging 18.1 points per game, was limited to six points.
Wilson came off the bench for the third straight game, checking in with 6:27 left in the first quarter. The three-time SEC player of the year quickly scored and stole the ball to spark the Gamecocks to six quick points and the lead. Herbert Mikiah Harrigan led the Gamecocks with 11 points.
Bulldogs coach Vic Schaefer kept McCowan on the bench for all but four minutes of the first half with two fouls. Without her in the middle, Mississippi State hit only 1 of 11 shots overall and nothing after Jazzmun Holmes' jumper with 8:21 to go in the quarter.
The Gamecocks took advantage with nine straight points to push their lead out to 12 -- the same lead they held Feb. 5 in Starkville before losing 67-53 to the Bulldogs. They led 30-19 at halftime.
Mississippi State shot much better in the third quarter but never get closer than five with Wilson scoring eight in the quarter.
The Bulldogs rallied from a 12-point deficit Feb. 5 to beat South Carolina 67-53 in Starkville. That day, they outscored South Carolina 28-9 in the fourth quarter. Not with this title on the line. Wilson capped six straight points for the Gamecocks to give them a 56-42 lead with 5:34 left -- the biggest margin Misissippi State has faced all season.
In the fourth, the Gamecocks didn't let Mississippi State get closer than eight as they hit 7 of 11 to finish off the win.

South Carolina: The Gamecocks out rebounded the Bulldogs 38-23 and had a 36-20 edge scoring in the paint.
Mississippi State: The Bulldogs shot 39.8 percent outside the arc during the regular season, best in the SEC and ninth nationally. But they matched their season-low with three made 3s and had their worst shooting at 15.8 percent from 3.

South Carolina: A likely No. 2 seed for the defending national champ when the NCAA Tournament bracket is announced March 12.
Mississippi State: A No. 1 seed.

SEC Tournament Final: South Carolina - Mississippi State 62-51
SEC Tournament Semifinals:
South Carolina - Georgia 71-49
Mississippi State - Texas A&M 70-55

Courtesy of SECSports

All-SEC Awards 2018 - Mar 6, 2018

All-SEC 1st Team 2018
Raigyne Louis
Teaira McCowan
Victoria Vivians
Sophie Cunningham
A'Ja Wilson

All-Tournament MVP: A'Ja Wilson (6'5''-F-96) of S.Carolina
Player of the Year: A'Ja Wilson (6'5''-F-96) of S.Carolina
Co-Defensive Player of the Year: Teaira McCowan (6'7''-C-96) of Mississippi St.
Co-Defensive Player of the Year: A'Ja Wilson (6'5''-F-96) of S.Carolina
Freshman of the Year: Chennedy Carter (5'7''-G-98) of Texas A&M
Sixth Woman of the Year: Anastasia Hayes (5'7''-G) of Tennessee
Co-Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Blair Schaefer (5'7''-G) of Mississippi St.
Co-Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Haley Clark (5'9''-G) of Georgia
Co-Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Alyssa Rice (6'3''-C) of Kentucky
Coach of the Year: Victor Schaefer of Mississippi St.

1st Team
G: Raigyne Louis (5'10''-G) of LSU
C: Teaira McCowan (6'7''-C-96) of Mississippi St.
G: Victoria Vivians (6'1''-G-94) of Mississippi St.
G: Sophie Cunningham (6'1''-G-97) of Missouri
F: A'Ja Wilson (6'5''-F-96) of S.Carolina
G/F: Jaime Nared (6'2''-G/F-95) of Tennessee
C: Mercedes Russell (6'6''-C-95) of Tennessee
G: Chennedy Carter (5'7''-G-98) of Texas A&M

2nd Team
F: Caliya Robinson (6'3''-F) of Georgia
F: Mackenzie Engram (6'2''-F) of Georgia
G: Chloe Jackson (5'9''-G-96) of LSU
G: Maci Morris (6'0''-G-96) of Kentucky
G: Morgan William (5'5''-G-96) of Mississippi St.
F: Jordan Frericks (6'1''-F-94) of Missouri
G: Tyasha Harris (5'10''-G-98) of S.Carolina
C: Khaalia Hillsman (6'5''-C-96) of Texas A&M

All-Defensive Team
G: Daisa Alexander (5'8''-G) of Auburn
F: Caliya Robinson (6'3''-F) of Georgia
G: Taylor Murray (5'6''-G-97) of Kentucky
G: Raigyne Louis (5'10''-G) of LSU
F: A'Ja Wilson (6'5''-F-96) of S.Carolina
G: Blair Schaefer (5'7''-G) of Mississippi St.
C: Teaira McCowan (6'7''-C-96) of Mississippi St.

All-Tournament Team
G: Victoria Vivians (6'1''-G-94) of Mississippi St.
G: Chennedy Carter (5'7''-G-98) of Texas A&M
G: Tyasha Harris (5'10''-G-98) of S.Carolina
F: Mikiah Harrigan (6'2''-F) of S.Carolina
F: A'Ja Wilson (6'5''-F-96) of S.Carolina

All-Freshman Team
F: Unique Thompson (6'3''-F) of Auburn
G: Que Morrison (5'6''-G) of Georgia
F: Promise Taylor (6'5''-F) of Mississippi
G: Bianca Jackson (5'10''-G) of S.Carolina
G/F: Rennia Davis (6'2''-G/F) of Tennessee
G: Evina Westbrook (6'0''-G-98) of Tennessee
G: Chennedy Carter (5'7''-G-98) of Texas A&M
G: Chelsie Hall (5'7''-G) of Vanderbilt


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