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SEC Ranking
 1 LSU 16-2(26-5) 
 2 Tennessee 15-3(27-4) 
 3 Kentucky 15-3(26-5) 
 4 Auburn 11-7(22-9) 
 5 S.Carolina 11-7(16-15) 
 6 Mississippi St. 10-8(22-9) 
 7 Mississippi 10-8(20-11) 
 8 Florida 9-9(17-14) 
 9 Arkansas 8-10(17-14) 
 10 Alabama 8-10(17-14) 
 11 Texas A&M 6-12(13-17) 
 12 Missouri 5-13(14-16) 
 13 Georgia 2-16(11-20) 
 14 Vanderbilt 0-18(9-22) 

SEC Women 2018-2019
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Points Per Game
 Grant WILLIAMS
  Tennessee
  (201-F-98)
  Avg: 19.2
 1. Williams, Tennessee19.2 
 2. Tyree, Mississippi18.2 
 3. Weatherspoon, Mississi.18.2 
 4. Gafford, Arkansas16.9 
 5. Schofield, Tenne.16.6 
 6. Brown, Auburn15.7 
 7. Harper, Auburn15.4 
 8. Silva, S.Carolina15.2 
 9. Davis, Mississippi15.1 
 10. Waters, LSU15.1 
Rebounds Per Game
 Donta HALL
  Alabama
  (206-F-97)
  Avg: 8.7
 1. Hall, Alabama8.7 
 2. Gafford, Arkansas8.7 
 3. Claxton, Georgia8.6 
 4. Flagg, Texas A&M7.7 
 5. Silva, S.Carolina7.6 
 6. Washington, Kentu.7.6 
 7. Williams, Tennessee7.5 
 8. Perry, Mississi.7.1 
 9. Reid, LSU7.1 
 10. Travis, Kentucky6.9 
Assists Per Game
 Jordan BONE
  Tennessee
  (190-G-97)
  Avg: 6.2
 1. Bone, Tennessee6.2 
 2. Waters, LSU5.9 
 3. Harper, Auburn5.7 
 4. Harris, Arkansas5.3 
 5. Nembhard, Florida5.3 
 6. Peters, Mississi.5.2 
 7. Hagans, Kentucky4.5 
 8. Lee, Vanderbilt3.8 
 9. Turner, Tennessee3.8 
 10. Starks, Texas A&M3.5 
Steals Per Game
 Tremont WATERS
  LSU
  (180-PG-98)
  Avg: 3
 1. Waters, LSU3.0 
 2. Mays, LSU1.9 
 3. Mitchell, Texas A.1.8 
 4. Peters, Mississi.1.8 
 5. Davis, Mississippi1.7 
 6. Shuler, Mississippi1.7 
 7. Okeke, Auburn1.7 
 8. Hagans, Kentucky1.7 
 9. Weatherspoon, Mississi.1.7 
 10. Joe, Arkansas1.6 
Blocks Per Game
 Nicolas CLAXTON
  Georgia
  (211-SF-99)
  Avg: 2.5
 1. Claxton, Georgia2.5 
 2. Nebo, Texas A&M2.3 
 3. Gafford, Arkansas2.0 
 4. Silva, S.Carolina1.9 
 5. Hayes, Florida1.9 
 6. Bigby-W., LSU1.9 
 7. Alexander, Tenne.1.8 
 8. Ado, Mississippi St.1.8 
 9. Hall, Alabama1.6 
 10. Holman, Mississi.1.5 


Auburn University wins the USA SEC 2018-2019 title (Photo: SEC)

Auburn University 2018-19
Bruce Pearl Bruce Pearl Pearl
Jared Harper
Harper
Bryce Brown
Brown
Samir Doughty
Doughty
Anfernee McLemore
McLemore
Chuma Okeke
Okeke
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
1  Harper Jared 180 (5'11'') PG 97 USA
2  Brown Bryce 190 (6'3'') G 0 USA
10  Doughty Samir 193 (6'4'') G 0 USA
24  McLemore Anfernee 201 (6'7'') F 0 USA
5  Okeke Chuma 203 (6'8'') F 98 USA
4  Dunbar Malik 198 (6'6'') G 0 USA
22  MaCoy Will 193 (6'4'') G 0 USA
41  Blackstock Cole 206 (6'9'') F 0 USA
50  Wiley Austin 211 (6'11'') C 99 USA
3  Purifoy Danjel 201 (6'7'') F 95 USA
0  Spencer Horace 203 (6'8'') F 97 USA
 Cook Preston 193 (6'4'') PF 0 USA
12  McCormick J'Von 183 (6'0'') PG 0 USA
21  Williams Devontae 196 (6'5'') G 0 USA
25  Easterling Brett 185 (6'1'') G 0 USA
54  Collier Thomas 206 (6'9'') F 0 USA
20  Parker Myles 203 (6'8'') F 0 USA
 Maasdorp Chase 185 (6'1'') G 0 USA
Head Coach: Bruce Pearl
Coach Assistant: Wes Flanigan
Coach Assistant: Chad Prewett


Auburn captures SEC Tournament title - Mar 18, 2019

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Auburn Tigers are taking home their first Southeastern Conference Tournament championship since 1985 and aren't satisfied.
Not with the NCAA Tournament up next.
Bryce Brown (6'3''-G-96) scored 19 points, and Auburn won the SEC Tournament title by routing eighth-ranked Tennessee 84-64 on Sunday.
"We still have a lot more to prove, a lot more to accomplish as a team," said Brown, a senior guard who hadn't won an SEC Tournament game before this week.
No. 22 Auburn (26-9) hadn't even played for the title since 2000, and the fifth-seeded Tigers won their fourth game in as many days to capture only the second SEC Tournament championship in program history. The Tigers now have won eight straight and 10 of their last 11 heading into the NCAA Tournament.
Better yet, Auburn and coach Bruce Pearl have become the nemesis to his old program, beating Tennessee three straight times. Auburn ruined Tennessee's hopes of winning back-to-back SEC regular-season titles for the first time with an 84-80 win to wrap up the season a week ago, and the Tigers also are the last team to beat Tennessee in Knoxville.
Now Pearl has his first SEC Tournament title at the expense of the first team he coached in the league.
"I get no greater pleasure in beating Tennessee for this SEC championship because I spent so many wonderful years as a Tennessee Vol," Pearl said. "Got great respect for their fans and program, their tradition in basketball."
Tennessee (29-5) likely cost itself any chance at the program's first-ever No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. The Vols will have to win their first-round game to reach 30 victories for only the second time in school history.
"Now it's time to play for the big one," Tennessee senior Admiral Schofield (6'6''-G-97) said after being held to a season-low four points.
Chuma Okeke (6'8''-F-98) scored 18 points and had 13 rebounds for Auburn, and Danjel Purifoy (6'7''-F-95) added 10. Junior guard Jared Harper (5'11''-PG-97), Auburn's second-leading scorer, went 1 for 11 and had nine points.
Lamonte Turner (6'2''-G-97) led Tennessee with 24 points. Grant Williams (6'7''-F-98), the two-time SEC player of the year, was held to 13. Jordan Bone (6'3''-G-97) had 11 and Jordan Bowden (6'5''-G-97) scored 10.
Tennessee struggled to bounce back after an emotional win over No. 4 Kentucky in the semifinals. Coach Rick Barnes said he told his assistants the Vols looked a little drained at the start.
"We just came out with no energy," Williams said. "We came out like we expected things to happen. It's hard to bounce back from that, especially how Auburn plays, how explosive they can be, especially when they start making shots."
The Tigers also became only the third team this season to lead Tennessee by double digits. Tennessee led 17-13 with 11:09 left on a pull-up jumper by Jordan Bowden. Then the Vols went cold, making only two buckets the rest of the half.
Auburn heated up with the Tigers' defense helping them turn the Vols over and over. The Tigers scored 16 straight points in a run that featured a pair of 3s from Brown. A free throw by Horace Spencer (6'8''-F-97) capped the spurt with 3:58 left and a 31-18 advantage. Auburn led 32-23 at halftime.
The team that just set the SEC record for 3s made in a season hit 6 of 12 outside the arc to push that lead further. By the time Austin Wiley finished off a three-point play with 11:22 to go, the Tigers led 56-34.

BIG PICTURE
Auburn: The Tigers get so much attention for how they shoot 3s, but they also are fifth in the nation in steals per game. They came up with 14 steals in forcing 17 turnovers and had a 21-11 scoring edge off turnovers. ... The Tigers also got the most minutes yet from Wiley, coming off an injured lower right leg. He missed five games, including the Tigers' tournament-opening win over Missouri.
Tennessee: The Vols had not lost a rematch in the regular season, going 5-0 in such games in each of the past two seasons. This game came a week after the Vols lost at Auburn. The Vols' drought without a SEC tourney title, last won in 1979, will stretch to at least 41 years.

BROWN'S BACK
Brown had struggled in the first half of games at this tournament and said after Auburn's win over Florida in the semifinals that he knew he would have to start faster in the championship game. The senior guard did just that. He was 4-of-8 shooting with 11 points, and Auburn needed his production with Harper limited to two minutes in the first half because of foul trouble.

QUOTABLE
"The fact is we weren't very good," Barnes said.

UP NEXT
Auburn is cruising into its second straight NCAA Tournament.
Tennessee makes its second straight NCAA Tournament.

SEC Tournament Final: Auburn - Tennessee 84-64
SEC Tournament Semifinals:
Auburn - Florida 65-62
Tennessee - Kentucky 82-78

Courtesy of secsports.go.com


All-SEC Awards 2019 - Mar 18, 2019

All-SEC 1st Team 2019
Daniel Gafford
Gafford
P.J. Washington
Washington
Tremont Waters
Waters
Breein Tyree
Tyree
Quinndary Weatherspoon
Weatherspoon

All-Tournament MVP: Bryce Brown (6'3''-G-96) of Auburn
Player of the Year: Grant Williams (6'7''-F-98) of Tennessee
Defensive Player of the Year: Tremont Waters (5'11''-PG-98) of LSU
Defensive Player of the Year: Ashton Hagans (6'4''-PG-99) of Kentucky
Freshman of the Year: Keldon Johnson (6'6''-SG-99) of Kentucky
Sixth Man of the Year: Hassani Gravett (6'2''-G) of S.Carolina
Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Skylar Mays (6'4''-G-97) of LSU
Coach of the Year: Kermit Davis of Mississippi

1st Team
F: Daniel Gafford (6'11''-F-98) of Arkansas
C/F: P.J. Washington (6'9''-C/F-98) of Kentucky
PG: Tremont Waters (5'11''-PG-98) of LSU
G: Breein Tyree (6'2''-G-98) of Mississippi
G: Quinndary Weatherspoon (6'4''-G-96) of Mississippi St.
F: Chris Silva (6'9''-F-96) of S.Carolina
G: Admiral Schofield (6'6''-G-97) of Tennessee
F: Grant Williams (6'7''-F-98) of Tennessee

2nd Team
G: Bryce Brown (6'3''-G-96) of Auburn
PG: Jared Harper (5'11''-PG-97) of Auburn
SF: Nicolas Claxton (6'11''-SF-99) of Georgia
G: Tyler Herro (6'5''-G-00) of Kentucky
SG: Keldon Johnson (6'6''-SG-99) of Kentucky
G: Skylar Mays (6'4''-G-97) of LSU
G: Terence Davis (6'4''-G-97) of Mississippi
G: Jordan Bone (6'3''-G-97) of Tennessee

All-Defensive Team
F: Donta Hall (6'9''-F-97) of Alabama
F: Daniel Gafford (6'11''-F-98) of Arkansas
PG: Ashton Hagans (6'4''-PG-99) of Kentucky
PG: Tremont Waters (5'11''-PG-98) of LSU
F: Chris Silva (6'9''-F-96) of S.Carolina

All-Tournament Team
G: Admiral Schofield (6'6''-G-97) of Tennessee
F: Grant Williams (6'7''-F-98) of Tennessee
PG: Jared Harper (5'11''-PG-97) of Auburn
G: Bryce Brown (6'3''-G-96) of Auburn
F: Chuma Okeke (6'8''-F-98) of Auburn

All-Freshman Team
G: Kira Lewis Jr. (6'3''-G-01) of Alabama
G: Isaiah Joe (6'5''-G-99) of Arkansas
G: Andrew Nembhard (6'5''-G-00) of Florida
G: Tyler Herro (6'5''-G-00) of Kentucky
SG: Keldon Johnson (6'6''-SG-99) of Kentucky
F: Nazreon Reid (6'10''-F-99) of LSU
F: Reggie Perry (6'10''-F-00) of Mississippi St.
G: A.J. Lawson (6'7''-G-00) of S.Carolina


 

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