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SEC Softball 2024: Bracket, schedule, scores, TV times for the tournament

The 2024 SEC Softball Conference Tournament continues today and runs through Saturday, May 11 at Jane B. Moore Field in Auburn, Alabama. Tennessee is the reigning SEC softball tournament champion.

The winner of the conference tournament will earn an automatic bid to the 2024 NCAA Tournament bracket, which will be unveiled Sunday, May 12 at 7:00 PM ET on ESPN2. We keep track of all automatic DI softball qualifiers and conference tournaments here.

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2024 SEC Conference Tournament Bracket

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2024 SEC Conference Tournament Schedule

All times listed in ET. Times are subject to change.

  • Opening round: Tuesday May 7
    • Game 1 – No. 13 Ole Miss 7, No. 12 Kentucky 2
  • First round: Wednesday May 8
    • Game 2 – No. 8 LSU 3No. 9 Alabama 2 (14 innings)
    • Game 3 – No. 5 Missouri 3No. 13 Ole Miss 1
    • Game 4 – No. 7 Georgia 6no. 10 Chestnut brown 5
    • Game 5 – No. 11 South Carolina 8No. 6 Mississippi State 4
  • Quarter finals: Thursday May 9
    • Game 6 – No. 1 Tennessee vs. No. 8 LSU – 11:00 AM | SEC Network
    • Game 7 – No. No. 4 Arkansas vs. No. 5 Missouri – approx. 35 minutes into Game 6 | SEC Network
    • Game 8 – No. 2 Florida vs. Winner of Game 16 – 5:00 PM | SEC Network
    • Game 9 – No. 3 Texas A&M vs. Game 2 winner – approx. 35 minutes after Game 8| SEC Network
  • Semi-finals / Friday May 10
    • Game 10 – Winner of Game 6 vs. Winner of Game 19 – 4:00 PM | ESPN2
    • Game 11 – Winner of Game 8 vs. Game 9 winner – approx. 35 minutes. after Game 10 | ESPN2
  • Championship Final: Saturday May 11
    • Game 12 – Winner of Game 10 vs. Winner of Game 11 – 5:00 PM | ESPN2

History of the SEC Tournament Championship

YEAR CHAMPION
1997 South Carolina
1998 Alabama
1999 LSU
2000 South Carolina
2001 LSU
2002 LSU
2003 Alabama
2004 LSU
2005 Alabama
2006 Tennessee
2007 LSU
2008 Florida
2009 Florida
2010 Alabama
2011 Tennessee
2012 Alabama
2013 Florida
2014 Georgia
2015 Chestnut brown
2016 Chestnut brown
2017 Ole ma’am
2018 Florida
2019 Florida
2020 Canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2021 Alabama
2022 Arkansas
2023 Tennessee