List of Southeastern Conference champions

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The Southeastern Conference (SEC) sponsors nine men's sports and twelve women's sports. This is a list of conference champions for each sport. Also see the list of SEC national champions.

Members[edit]

Current members[edit]

Former members[edit]

Current Champions[edit]

Men's Sports[edit]

SportRegular Season ChampionPostseason Champion
BaseballVanderbilt (2012-2013)LSU (2012-2013)
Football-Auburn (2013-2014)
Men's BasketballFlorida (2013-2014)Florida (2013-2014)
Men's Cross Country-Arkansas (2013-2014)
Men's Golf-Alabama (2012-2013)
Men's Indoor Track and Field-Arkansas (2012-2013)
Men's Outdoor Track and Field-Arkansas (2012-2013)
Men's Swimming and Diving-Florida (2012-2013)
Men's TennisGeorgia (2012-2013)Georgia (2012-2013)

Women's Sports[edit]

SportRegular Season ChampionPostseason Champion
Equestrian-South Carolina (2012-2013)
Gymnastics-Florida (2012-2013)
SoccerFlorida/Texas A&M (2013-2014)Texas A&M (2013-2014)
SoftballFlorida (2012-2013)Florida (2012-2013)
VolleyballMissouri (2013-2014)-
Women's BasketballSouth Carolina (2013-2014)Texas A&M (2012-2013)
Women's Cross Country-Arkansas (2013-2014)
Women's Golf-Alabama (2012-2013)
Women's Indoor Track and Field-Arkansas (2012-2013)
Women's Outdoor Track and Field-Texas A&M (2012-2013)
Women's Swimming and Diving-Georgia (2012-2013)
Women's TennisFlorida/Georgia/Texas A&M (2012-2013)Florida (2012-2013)

Football[edit]

All 14 SEC schools play football.

Champions[edit]

Football Summary
Current Members
SchoolLast SEC TitleNumber of SEC TitlesNumber of Divisional Titles
Alabama2012239
Tennessee1998136
Georgia2005127
LSU2011118
Florida20088 (+1 vacated)12
Auburn201388
Mississippi196361
Kentucky197620
Mississippi State194111
ArkansasNever04
MissouriNever01
South CarolinaNever01
Texas A&MNever00
VanderbiltNever00
Former Members
Georgia Tech19525N/A
Tulane19493N/A
SewaneeNever0N/A
YearChampion(s)
1933Alabama
1934Alabama, Tulane
1935LSU
1936LSU
1937Alabama
1938Tennessee
1939Georgia Tech, Tennessee, Tulane
1940Tennessee
1941Mississippi State
1942Georgia
1943Georgia Tech
1944Georgia Tech
1945Alabama
1946Georgia, Tennessee
1947Ole Miss
1948Georgia
1949Tulane
1950Kentucky
1951Tennessee, Georgia Tech
1952Georgia Tech
1953Alabama
1954Ole Miss
1955Ole Miss
1956Tennessee
1957Auburn
1958LSU
1959Georgia
1960Ole Miss
1961Alabama, LSU
1962Ole Miss
1963Ole Miss
1964Alabama
1965Alabama
1966Alabama, Georgia
1967Tennessee
1968Georgia
1969Tennessee
1970LSU
1971Alabama
1972Alabama
1973Alabama
1974Alabama
1975Alabama
1976Georgia, Kentucky*
1977Alabama
1978Alabama
1979Alabama
1980Georgia
1981Alabama, Georgia
1982Georgia
1983Auburn
1984Florida (vacated)
1985Tennessee
1986LSU
1987Auburn
1988Auburn, LSU
1989Alabama, Auburn, Tennessee
1990Tennessee
1991Florida
1992Alabama
1993Florida
1994Florida
1995Florida
1996Florida
1997Tennessee
1998Tennessee
1999Alabama
2000Florida
2001LSU
2002Georgia
2003LSU
2004Auburn
2005Georgia
2006Florida
2007LSU
2008Florida
2009Alabama
2010Auburn
2011LSU
2012Alabama
2013Auburn

Divisional champions[edit]

Since the SEC expanded in 1992 Divisional Champions have been crowned. Occasionally, a tie between two or more teams occurs, requiring a tie-break. All teams involved in the tie breaker are considered Co-Divisional Champions, and the winner of the tie-breaker is the division's representative to the Championship Game. Below is list of all Divisional Champions and Co-Champions; * denotes tie-break winner and subsequent division representative to the SEC Championship Game.

YearEastern Division Champion(s)Western Division Champion(s)
1992Florida*, GeorgiaAlabama
1993FloridaAlabama
1994FloridaAlabama
1995FloridaArkansas
1996FloridaAlabama*, LSU
1997TennesseeAuburn*, LSU
1998TennesseeMississippi State*, Arkansas
1999FloridaAlabama
2000FloridaAuburn
2001TennesseeLSU*, Auburn
2002GeorgiaArkansas*, Auburn, LSU
2003Georgia*, Florida, TennesseeLSU*, Mississippi
2004TennesseeAuburn
2005GeorgiaLSU*, Auburn
2006FloridaArkansas
2007Tennessee*, GeorgiaLSU
2008FloridaAlabama
2009FloridaAlabama
2010South CarolinaAuburn
2011GeorgiaLSU
2012Georgia*, FloridaAlabama
2013MissouriAuburn*, Alabama

In 1993 Auburn finished first in the West standings but was ineligible due to NCAA probation and postseason ban.
In 2002 Alabama finished first in the West standings but was ineligible due to NCAA probation and postseason ban.

Southern Conference Football Champions[edit]

The Southern Conference was an immediate predecessor to the SEC, with all charter SEC schools having been members before leaving to form the SEC after the 1932 season.

1922 - Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Vanderbilt
1923 - Vanderbilt, Washington & Lee
1924 - Alabama
1925 - Alabama, Tulane
1926 - Alabama
1927 - Georgia Tech, NC State, Tennessee
1928 - Georgia Tech
1929 - Tulane
1930 - Alabama, Tulane
1931 - Tulane
1932 - Auburn, LSU, Tennessee

Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association[edit]

The Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (SIAA) was a predecessor to the Southern Conference, with every current and former member of the SEC except Arkansas and Missouri having been members.

1895 - North Carolina
1896 - Georgia, LSU
1897 - Vanderbilt
1898 - Sewanee
1899 - Sewanee
1900 - Auburn, Clemson
1901 - Vanderbilt
1902 - Clemson, LSU
1903 - Cumberland, Sewanee, Vanderbilt
1904 - Auburn, Vanderbilt
1905 - Vanderbilt
1906 - Vanderbilt
1907 - Vanderbilt
1908 - LSU
1909 - Sewanee
1910 - Vanderbilt
1911 - Vanderbilt
1912 - Vanderbilt
1913 - Auburn
1914 - Auburn, Tennessee
1915 - Vanderbilt
1916 - Georgia Tech
1917 - Georgia Tech
1918 - Georgia Tech
1919 - Auburn
1920 - Georgia, Georgia Tech, Tulane
1921 - Centre, Georgia Tech

Men's Basketball[edit]

All 14 SEC schools play men's basketball.

Although this article lists both regular-season and tournament champions, the SEC has awarded its official men's basketball championship based solely on regular-season record since the 1950–51 season, whether or not the tournament existed at a given time. The tournament, however, does determine the SEC's automatic berth in the NCAA tournament.[1]

Men's Basketball Summary
Current Members
SchoolLast SEC Reg. Season TitleNumber of SEC Reg. Season TitlesLast SEC Tourney TitleNumber of SEC Tourney Titles
Kentucky201245 (+1 vacated)201127 (+1 vacated)
LSU20091119801
Alabama2002819916
Tennessee2008819794
Florida2014720144
Mississippi State2004620093
Vanderbilt1993320122
Arkansas1994220001
Auburn1999219851
South Carolina19971Never0
Georgia1990120082
MississippiNever020132
MissouriNever0Never0
Texas A&MNever0Never0
Former Members
Georgia Tech1944219381
Tulane19441Never0
SewaneeNever0Never0
The SEC Tournament determined the overall SEC Champion from 1933-34 and 1936-50
Last team to win regular season & tournament in same year: Kentucky, 2010

Champions[edit]

Official SEC champions in bold.

YearRegular Season Champion(s)Tournament Champion
1933KentuckyKentucky
1934KentuckyAlabama
1935Kentucky, LSUNo Tournament
1936KentuckyTennessee
1937Georgia TechKentucky
1938KentuckyGeorgia Tech
1939AlabamaKentucky
1940AlabamaKentucky
1941KentuckyTennessee
1942TennesseeKentucky
1943KentuckyTennessee
1944Georgia Tech, TulaneKentucky
1945Kentucky, TennesseeKentucky
1946Kentucky, LSUKentucky
1947KentuckyKentucky
1948KentuckyKentucky
1949KentuckyKentucky
1950KentuckyKentucky
1951KentuckyVanderbilt
1952KentuckyKentucky
1953LSUNo Tournament
1954Kentucky, LSUNo Tournament
1955KentuckyNo Tournament
1956AlabamaNo Tournament
1957KentuckyNo Tournament
1958KentuckyNo Tournament
1959Mississippi StateNo Tournament
1960AuburnNo Tournament
1961Mississippi StateNo Tournament
1962Mississippi State, KentuckyNo Tournament
1963Mississippi StateNo Tournament
1964KentuckyNo Tournament
1965VanderbiltNo Tournament
1966KentuckyNo Tournament
1967TennesseeNo Tournament
1968KentuckyNo Tournament
1969KentuckyNo Tournament
1970KentuckyNo Tournament
1971KentuckyNo Tournament
1972Kentucky, TennesseeNo Tournament
1973KentuckyNo Tournament
1974Alabama, VanderbiltNo Tournament
1975Alabama, KentuckyNo Tournament
1976AlabamaNo Tournament
1977Kentucky, TennesseeNo Tournament
1978KentuckyNo Tournament
1979LSUTennessee
1980KentuckyLSU
1981LSUMississippi
1982Kentucky, TennesseeAlabama
1983KentuckyGeorgia
1984KentuckyKentucky
1985LSUAuburn
1986KentuckyKentucky
1987AlabamaAlabama
1988Kentucky (vacated)Kentucky (vacated)
1989FloridaAlabama
1990GeorgiaAlabama
1991LSU, Mississippi StateAlabama
1992ArkansasKentucky
1993VanderbiltKentucky
1994ArkansasKentucky
1995KentuckyKentucky
1996KentuckyMississippi State
1997South CarolinaKentucky
1998KentuckyKentucky
1999AuburnKentucky
2000Florida, Kentucky, LSU, TennesseeArkansas
2001Florida, KentuckyKentucky
2002AlabamaMississippi State
2003KentuckyKentucky
2004Mississippi StateKentucky
2005KentuckyFlorida
2006LSUFlorida
2007FloridaFlorida
2008TennesseeGeorgia
2009LSUMississippi State
2010KentuckyKentucky
2011FloridaKentucky
2012KentuckyVanderbilt
2013FloridaMississippi
2014FloridaFlorida

Division champions (1992–2011)[edit]

From 1992–2011 the Southeastern Conference played basketball with two separate divisions, East and West.[2]

YearEast Champion(s)West Champion(s)
1992KentuckyArkansas
1993VanderbiltArkansas
1994Florida, KentuckyArkansas
1995KentuckyArkansas, Mississippi State
1996KentuckyMississippi State
1997South CarolinaMississippi
1998KentuckyMississippi
1999TennesseeAuburn
2000Florida, Kentucky, TennesseeLSU
2001Florida, KentuckyMississippi
2002Florida, Georgia, KentuckyAlabama
2003KentuckyMississippi State
2004KentuckyMississippi State
2005KentuckyAlabama, LSU
2006TennesseeLSU
2007FloridaMississippi, Mississippi State
2008TennesseeMississippi State
2009South Carolina, TennesseeLSU
2010KentuckyMississippi, Mississippi State
2011FloridaAlabama

Women's Basketball[edit]

All 14 schools play women's basketball.

Although the SEC began sponsoring women's basketball competition in the 1979–80 season, it was not fully integrated into the conference until the 1982–83 season, which was the first in which each team played the same number of conference games. Also, although this article lists both regular-season and tournament champions, the SEC has officially awarded its conference title based solely on the regular-season standings since the 1985–86 season. From 1980 to 1985, the official SEC champion was the tournament winner, but the tournament now only determines the recipient of the SEC's automatic berth in the NCAA tournament.[3]

Women's Basketball Summary
Current Members
SchoolLast SEC Reg. Season TitleNumber of SEC Reg. Season TitlesLast SEC Tourney TitleNumber of SEC Tourney TitlesNumber of Official SEC Championships
Tennessee20131820141718
Georgia20007200147
Auburn20095199745
LSU20063200323
Kentucky20122198212
Mississippi19921never01
South Carolina20141never01
Vanderbiltnever020096None
Texas A&Mnever020131None
Alabamanever0never0None
Arkansasnever0never0None
Floridanever0never0None
Mississippi Statenever0never0None
Missourinever0never0None
Last team to win regular season & tournament in same year: Tennessee, 2011

Champions[edit]

YearRegular Season Champion(s)Tournament Champion
1980TennesseeTennessee
1981AuburnAuburn
1982KentuckyKentucky
1983GeorgiaGeorgia
1984GeorgiaGeorgia
1985TennesseeTennessee
1986GeorgiaGeorgia
1987AuburnAuburn
1988AuburnTennessee
1989AuburnTennessee
1990TennesseeAuburn
1991GeorgiaLSU
1992MississippiTennessee
1993TennesseeVanderbilt
1994TennesseeTennessee
1995TennesseeVanderbilt
1996GeorgiaTennessee
1997GeorgiaAuburn
1998TennesseeTennessee
1999TennesseeTennessee
2000Georgia, TennesseeTennessee
2001TennesseeGeorgia
2002TennesseeVanderbilt
2003TennesseeLSU
2004TennesseeVanderbilt
2005LSUTennessee
2006LSUTennessee
2007TennesseeVanderbilt
2008LSUTennessee
2009AuburnVanderbilt
2010TennesseeTennessee
2011TennesseeTennessee
2012KentuckyTennessee
2013TennesseeTexas A&M
2014South CarolinaTennessee

Baseball[edit]

All 14 SEC schools play baseball.

The method to determine the SEC Champion has varied greatly:[4]

Baseball Summary
Current Members
SchoolLast SEC Reg. Season TitleNumber of SEC Reg. Season TitlesLast SEC Tourney TitleNumber of SEC Tourney Titles
LSU201215201310
Alabama20061420037
Florida20111220116
Mississippi State19891020127
Mississippi2009720062
Vanderbilt2013620072
Auburn1978619983
Georgia20086never0
Tennessee1995319953
South Carolina2011320041
Arkansas20042never0
Kentucky20061never0
Missourinever0never0
Texas A&Mnever0never0
Former Members
Georgia Tech19571never0
The SEC Tournament determined the overall SEC Champion from 1977-87
Last team to win regular season & tournament in same year: Florida, 2011

Champions[edit]

Official SEC champions in bold.

YearRegular Season Champion(s)Playoffs Result or Tournament Champion(s)East Champ(s)West Champ(s)
1933GeorgiaNo Playoffs or Tournament
1934AlabamaNo Playoffs or Tournament
1935AlabamaNo Playoffs or Tournament
1936AlabamaNo Playoffs or Tournament
1937AuburnNo Playoffs or Tournament
1938AlabamaNo Playoffs or Tournament
1939LSUNo Playoffs or Tournament
1940AlabamaNo Playoffs or Tournament
1941AlabamaNo Playoffs or Tournament
1942AlabamaNo Playoffs or Tournament
1943LSUNo Playoffs or Tournament
1944No SeasonNo Season
1945No SeasonNo Season
1946LSUNo Playoffs or Tournament
1947AlabamaNo Playoffs or Tournament
1948MSU d. AUB, 3-0
1949MSU d. UK, 3-1
1950BAMA d. UK, 3-1
1951TennesseeNo Playoffs or Tournament
1952UF (UT ceded playoffs)
1953UGA d. MSU, 2-0
1954UGA d. OM, 2-1
1955BAMA d. UGA, 2-1
1956UF d. OM, 2-0
1957GT d. BAMA, 2-1
1958AUB d. BAMA, 2-0
1959OM d. GT, 2-1Georgia TechOle Miss
1960OM d. UF, 2-0FloridaOle Miss
1961LSU d. AUB, 2-0AuburnLSU
1962UF d. MSU, 2-1FloridaMississippi State
1963AUB d. OM, 2-1AuburnOle Miss
1964OM d. AUB, 2-1AuburnOle Miss
1965MSU d. AUB, 2-1AuburnMississippi State
1966MSU d. UT, 2-0TennesseeMississippi State
1967AUB d. OM, 2-0AuburnOle Miss, LSU
1968BAMA d. UF, 2-1FloridaAlabama, LSU
1969OM d. UF, 2-0FloridaOle Miss
1970MSU d. UT, 2-1TennesseeMississippi State
1971MSU d. VANDY, 2-0VanderbiltMississippi State
1972OM d. VANDY, 2-0VanderbiltOle Miss
1973VANDY d. BAMA, 2-0VanderbiltAlabama
1974VANDY d. BAMA, 2-0VanderbiltAlabama
1975LSU d. UGA, 2-0GeorgiaLSU
1976AUB d. UK, 2-1Kentucky, TennesseeAuburn
1977Ole MissFloridaOle Miss
1978AuburnFloridaAuburn
1979Mississippi StateFloridaMississippi State
1980VanderbiltFloridaAuburn
1981FloridaFloridaMississippi State
1982FloridaFloridaOle Miss
1983AlabamaFloridaMississippi State
1984FloridaFloridaMississippi State
1985Mississippi StateFloridaLSU
1986LSULSU
1987GeorgiaMississippi State
1988FloridaFlorida
1989Mississippi StateAuburn
1990LSULSU, Mississippi State
1991LSUFlorida
1992LSULSUFloridaLSU
1993LSUTennessee (East)/LSU (West)TennesseeLSU
1994TennesseeTennessee (East)/LSU (West)TennesseeLSU
1995TennesseeTennessee (East)/Alabama (West)TennesseeAuburn
1996Alabama, Florida, LSUAlabamaFloridaAlabama, LSU
1997LSUAlabamaFlorida, TennesseeLSU
1998FloridaAuburnFloridaLSU
1999ArkansasAlabamaSouth CarolinaArkansas
2000South CarolinaLSUSouth CarolinaLSU
2001GeorgiaMississippi StateGeorgiaLSU
2002South CarolinaAlabamaSouth CarolinaAlabama
2003LSUAlabamaSouth CarolinaLSU
2004Arkansas, GeorgiaSouth CarolinaGeorgiaArkansas
2005FloridaMississippi StateFloridaLSU, Ole Miss
2006Alabama, KentuckyOle MissKentuckyAlabama
2007VanderbiltVanderbiltVanderbiltArkansas
2008GeorgiaLSUGeorgiaLSU
2009LSU, Ole MissLSUFloridaLSU, Ole Miss
2010FloridaLSUFloridaAuburn
2011Florida, South Carolina, VanderbiltFloridaFlorida, South Carolina, VanderbiltArkansas
2012LSUMississippi StateSouth CarolinaLSU
2013VanderbiltLSUVanderbiltLSU

Softball[edit]

All SEC schools except Vanderbilt play softball.

Softball Summary
Current Members
SchoolLast SEC Reg. Season TitleNumber of SEC Reg. Season TitlesLast SEC Tourney TitleNumber of SEC Tourney Titles
LSU2004520075
Alabama2012420125
Florida2013420133
Georgia20052never0
South Carolina1997120002
Tennessee2007120112
Arkansasnever0never0
Auburnnever0never0
Kentuckynever0never0
Mississippinever0never0
Mississippi Statenever0never0
Missourinever0never0
Texas A&Mnever0never0
Last team to win regular season & tournament in same year: Florida, 2013

Champions[edit]

YearRegular Season Champion(s)Tournament Champion
1997South CarolinaSouth Carolina
1998FloridaAlabama
1999LSULSU
2000LSUSouth Carolina
2001LSULSU
2002LSULSU
2003GeorgiaAlabama
2004LSULSU
2005GeorgiaAlabama
2006AlabamaTennessee
2007TennesseeLSU
2008FloridaFlorida
2009FloridaFlorida
2010AlabamaAlabama
2011AlabamaTennessee
2012AlabamaAlabama
2013FloridaFlorida

Tournament Runners-Up[edit]

1997 - Florida
1998 - Mississippi State
1999 - Arkansas
2000 - LSU
2001 - South Carolina
2002 - Georgia
2003 - LSU
2004 - Georgia
2005 - Georgia
2006 - LSU
2007 - Florida
2008 - Alabama
2009 - Alabama
2010 - LSU
2011 - Georgia
2012 - Florida
2013 - Missouri

Other Division Winners[edit]

1997 - LSU (West)
1998 - LSU (West)
1999 - Tennessee, South Carolina (East)
2000 - Kentucky (East)
2001 - South Carolina (East)
2002 - South Carolina (East)
2003 - Alabama (West)
2004 - Tennessee (East)
2005 - Georgia (East)
2006 - Georgia (East)
2007 - LSU (West)
2007 - Alabama (West)
2008 - Alabama (West)
2009 - Alabama (West)
2010 - Florida (East)
2011 - Florida (East)
2012 - Tennessee (East)
2013 - LSU (West)

Swimming and Diving[edit]

Ten SEC schools participate in men's swimming and diving: Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas A&M.

Twelve SEC schools participate in women's swimming and diving: Alabama, Auburn, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas A&M, and Vanderbilt. Only the two Mississippi schools do not sponsor the sport.

Swimming and Diving Summary
Current Members (Men)
SchoolLast Men's SEC TitleNumber of Men's SEC Titles
Florida201435
Auburn201218
Tennessee199610
Georgia19553
Alabama19872
LSU19881
Kentuckynever0
Missourinever0
South Carolinanever0
Texas A&Mnever0
Former Members (Men)
Georgia Tech19504
Current Members (Women's)
SchoolLast Women's SEC TitleNumber of Women's SEC Titles
Florida200917
Georgia201411
Auburn20085
Alabama19851
Arkansasnever0
Kentuckynever0
LSUnever0
South Carolinanever0
Tennesseenever0
Texas A&Mnever0
Vanderbiltnever0

Champions[edit]

YearMen's ChampionWomen's Champion
1937Florida
1938Florida
1939Florida
1940Florida
1941Florida
1942Georgia Tech
1943-1947No Competition Held
1948Georgia Tech
1949Georgia Tech
1950Georgia Tech
1951Georgia
1952Georgia
1953Florida
1954Florida
1955Georgia
1956Florida
1957Florida
1958Florida
1959Florida
1960Florida
1961Florida
1962Florida
1963Florida
1964Florida
1965Florida
1966Florida
1967Florida
1968Florida
1969Tennessee
1970Florida
1971Florida
1972Tennessee
1973Tennessee
1974Tennessee
1975Tennessee
1976Tennessee
1977Tennessee
1978Tennessee
1979Florida
1980Florida
1981FloridaFlorida
1982AlabamaFlorida
1983FloridaFlorida
1984FloridaFlorida
1985FloridaAlabama
1986FloridaFlorida
1987AlabamaFlorida
1988LSUFlorida
1989TennesseeFlorida
1990FloridaFlorida
1991FloridaFlorida
1992FloridaFlorida
1993FloridaFlorida
1994AuburnFlorida
1995AuburnFlorida
1996TennesseeFlorida
1997AuburnGeorgia
1998AuburnGeorgia
1999AuburnGeorgia
2000AuburnGeorgia
2001AuburnGeorgia
2002AuburnFlorida
2003AuburnAuburn
2004AuburnAuburn
2005AuburnAuburn
2006AuburnGeorgia
2007AuburnAuburn
2008AuburnAuburn
2009AuburnFlorida
2010AuburnGeorgia
2011AuburnGeorgia
2012AuburnGeorgia
2013FloridaGeorgia
2014FloridaGeorgia

Men's Tennis[edit]

All SEC schools play men's tennis except for Missouri.

From 1953-1989, the SEC Champion was determined by the accumulation of points in an individual flighted tournament (there was not a separate team tournament champion).[5]

In 1990, a team dual match format was instituted for the conference tournament which provided the SEC Tournament Champion.[6]

From 1990-98, the SEC Champion was determined by a total aggregate points accumulated at the conclusion of the conference tournament: one full point was awarded for each regular-season conference win, one-half point for wins in the first two rounds of the conference tournament, one-half point for receiving a first-round bye in the conference tournament and one full point for a win in the conference tournament semifinals and finals.[7]

For the 1999 season, the same points system was in place with a couple of changes: one full point for first-round bye in the conference tournament and one full point for a win in any round of the conference tournament.[8]

In 2000, the SEC changed the determination of its tennis regular season champion to the team with the best winning percentage in conference regular-season dual matches.[9]

Men's Tennis Summary
Current Members
SchoolLast SEC Reg. Season TitleNumber of SEC Reg. Season TitlesLast SEC Tourney TitleNumber of SEC Tourney Titles
Georgia20132720139
Tennessee20111020103
Florida2005920114
LSU1999519992
Mississippi2009520093
Mississippi State1993319961
Auburn19842never0
Kentucky2012219921
Alabama19761never0
Vanderbiltnever020031
Arkansasnever0never0
South Carolinanever0never0
Texas A&Mnever0never0
Former Members
Tulane196418DNC0
Georgia Tech19603DNC0
The SEC Champion was determined by accumulation of individual points at the SEC Tournament from 1953-89
Last team to win regular season & tournament in same year: Tennessee, 2010

Champions[edit]

YearRegular Season Champion(s)Tournament Champion(s)
1938Georgia Tech
1939Tulane
1940LSU
1941Tulane
1942Tulane
1943-1945No Competition Held
1946Georgia Tech
1947Tulane
1948Tulane
1949Tulane
1950Florida
1951Tennessee, Tulane
1952Tulane
1953Tulane
1954Tulane
1955Tulane
1956Tulane
1957Tulane
1958Tulane
1959Tulane
1960Georgia Tech
1961Florida
1962Tulane
1963Tulane
1964Tulane
1965Mississippi State
1966Tennessee
1967Mississippi State
1968Florida
1969Florida
1970Tennessee
1971Georgia
1972Georgia
1973Georgia
1974Georgia
1975Georgia, Florida
1976Alabama, LSU
1977Georgia
1978Georgia
1979Georgia
1980Tennessee
1980Tennessee
1981Georgia
1982Georgia
1983Auburn
1984Auburn
1985Georgia, LSU
1986Tennessee
1987Georgia
1988Georgia
1989Georgia
1990TennesseeTennessee
1991GeorgiaGeorgia
1992KentuckyKentucky
1993Georgia, Mississippi StateGeorgia
1994FloridaFlorida
1995GeorgiaGeorgia
1996Ole Miss, GeorgiaMississippi State
1997Ole Miss, GeorgiaOle Miss
1998LSULSU
1999LSU, GeorgiaLSU
2000Florida, TennesseeFlorida
2001GeorgiaGeorgia
2002GeorgiaTennessee
2003FloridaVanderbilt
2004Ole MissGeorgia
2005Ole Miss, FloridaFlorida
2006GeorgiaGeorgia
2007GeorgiaGeorgia
2008GeorgiaOle Miss
2009Ole MissOle Miss
2010TennesseeTennessee
2011Georgia, TennesseeFlorida
2012KentuckyGeorgia
2013GeorgiaGeorgia

Tournament Runners-Up[edit]

1990 - Georgia
1991 - Mississippi State
1992 - LSU
1993 - Mississippi State
1994 - Mississippi State
1995 - LSU
1996 - Georgia
1997 - Georgia
1998 - Georgia
1999 - Georgia
2000 - Georgia
2001 - Tennessee
2002 - Auburn
2003 - Florida
2004 - Ole Miss
2005 - Tennessee
2006 - Ole Miss
2007 - Ole Miss
2008 - Florida
2009 - Tennessee
2010 - Florida
2011 - Kentucky
2012 - Kentucky

Other Division Winners[edit]

2002 - Ole Miss (West)
2003 - Ole Miss (West)
2004 - Florida (East)
2005 - Florida (East), Ole Miss (West)
2006 - Ole Miss (West)
2007 - Ole Miss (West)
2008 - Ole Miss (West)
2009 - Georgia (East)
2010 - Ole Miss (West)
2011 - Mississippi State (West)
2012 - Mississippi State (West)
2013 - Texas A&M, Ole Miss (West)

Women's Tennis[edit]

All 14 SEC schools play women's tennis.

In 2000, the SEC changed the determination of its tennis champions to the team with the best winning percentage in conference regular-season dual matches (11 matches). Before this, a points system was used in which full- or half-points were awarded for wins during the season as well as during the conference tournament.

Women's Tennis Summary
Current Members
SchoolLast SEC Reg. Season TitleNumber of SEC Reg. Season TitlesLast SEC Tourney TitleNumber of SEC Tourney Titles
Florida201327201217
Georgia2013920095
Kentucky20051never0
Texas A&M20131never0
Mississippinever019991
Alabamanever0never0
Arkansasnever0never0
Auburnnever0never0
LSUnever0never0
Mississippi Statenever0never0
Missourinever0never0
South Carolinanever0never0
Tennesseenever0never0
Vanderbiltnever0never0
The SEC Champion was determined by the accumulation of individual points in the SEC Tournament from 1980-81 and 1984-1989. In 1982-1983, the SEC Champion was determined from dual match play in the SEC tournament From 1990-1999, the SEC Champion was determined by accumulated points in dual matches during the regular season and in the SEC Tournament
Last team to win regular season & tournament in same year: Florida, 2012

Champions[edit]

YearRegular Season Champion(s)Tournament Champion(s)
1980Florida
1981Florida
1982Florida
1983Georgia
1984Florida
1985Florida
1986Florida
1987Florida
1988Florida
1989Georgia
1990Florida, GeorgiaFlorida
1991FloridaFlorida
1992FloridaFlorida
1993FloridaFlorida
1994GeorgiaGeorgia
1995FloridaFlorida
1996FloridaFlorida
1997FloridaFlorida
1998FloridaFlorida
1999FloridaOle Miss
2000GeorgiaFlorida
2001FloridaGeorgia
2002GeorgiaFlorida
2003FloridaFlorida
2004FloridaFlorida
2005KentuckyFlorida
2006FloridaFlorida
2007Florida, GeorgiaGeorgia
2008FloridaGeorgia
2009GeorgiaGeorgia
2010FloridaFlorida
2011FloridaFlorida
2012FloridaFlorida
2013Florida, Georgia, Texas A&MFlorida

Tournament Runners-Up[edit]

1990 - Georgia
1991 - Georgia
1992 - Georgia
1993 - Georgia
1994 - Florida
1995 - Georgia
1996 - Vanderbilt
1997 - Georgia
1998 - Georgia
1999 - Florida
2000 - Georgia
2001 - Tennessee
2002 - South Carolina
2003 - Georgia
2004 - Vanderbilt
2005 - Kentucky
2006 - Kentucky
2007 - Florida
2008 - Florida
2009 - Tennessee
2010 - Tennessee
2011 - Tennessee
2012 - Georgia

Other Division Winners[edit]

2002 - Auburn (West)
2003 - Alabama (West)
2004 - LSU (West)
2005 - Mississippi State, Ole Miss (West)
2006 - Alabama (West)
2007 - LSU, Auburn (West)
2008 - Arkansas (West)
2009 - Arkansas (West)
2010 - Ole Miss (West)
2011 - Alabama (West)
2012 - Alabama (West)
2013 - Florida, Georgia (East), Texas A&M (West)

Women's Gymnastics[edit]

Eight SEC schools participate in woman's gymnastics: Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, and Missouri.

Gymnastics Summary
Current Members
SchoolLast SEC TitleNumber of SEC Titles
Georgia200816
Florida20139
Alabama20117
LSU19811
Arkansasnever0
Auburnnever0
Kentuckynever0
Missourinever0
Last team to win SEC championship and national championship in same year: Florida, 2013

Champions[edit]

YearChampion
1981LSU
1982Florida
1983Florida
1984Florida
1985Florida
1986Georgia
1987Georgia
1988Alabama
1989Florida
1990Alabama
1991Georgia
1992Georgia
1993Georgia
1994Georgia
1995Alabama
1996Georgia
1997Georgia
1998Georgia
1999Georgia
2000Alabama
2001Georgia
2002Georgia
2003Alabama
2004Georgia
2005Georgia
2006Georgia
2007Florida
2008Georgia
2009Alabama
2010Florida
2011Alabama
2012Florida
2013Florida

Soccer[edit]

All 14 schools play women's soccer. While only women's soccer is sponsored by the SEC, Kentucky and South Carolina both have men's soccer teams in Conference USA.

Soccer Summary
Current Members
SchoolLast SEC Reg. Season TitleNumber of SEC Reg. Season TitlesLast SEC Tourney TitleNumber of SEC Tourney Titles
Florida201313201210
Tennessee2005420085
Vanderbilt1994219942
Kentucky1995120062
Texas A&M2013120131
South Carolina2011120091
Auburn2002120111
Alabamanever0never0
Arkansasnever0never0
Georgianever0never0
LSUnever0never0
Mississippinever0never0
Mississippi Statenever0never0
Missourinever0never0
Last team to win regular season & tournament in same year: Texas A&M, 2013

Champions[edit]

YearRegular Season ChampionTournament Champion
1993VanderbiltVanderbilt
1994VanderbiltVanderbilt
1995KentuckyKentucky
1996FloridaFlorida
1997FloridaFlorida
1998FloridaFlorida
1999FloridaFlorida
2000FloridaFlorida
2001FloridaFlorida
2002AuburnTennessee
2003TennesseeTennessee
2004TennesseeFlorida
2005TennesseeTennessee
2006FloridaKentucky
2007FloridaFlorida
2008FloridaTennessee
2009FloridaSouth Carolina
2010FloridaFlorida
2011South CarolinaAuburn
2012FloridaFlorida
2013Florida/Texas A&MTexas A&M

Tournament Runners-Up[edit]

1993 - Arkansas
1994 - Auburn
1995 - Alabama
1996 - Arkansas
1997 - Vanderbilt
1998 - Vanderbilt
1999 - Mississippi
2000 - Georgia
2001 - Auburn
2002 - Florida
2003 - Florida
2004 - Tennessee
2005 - Auburn
2006 - Florida
2007 - Georgia
2008 - Georgia
2009 - LSU
2010 - South Carolina
2011 - Florida
2012 - Auburn
2013 - Florida

Other Division Winners[edit]

1995 - Alabama (West)
1996 - Arkansas (West)
1997 - Alabama (West)
1998 - Alabama (West)
1999 - Mississippi (West)
2000 - Mississippi (West)
2001 - Mississippi State, Auburn (West)
2002 - Tennessee (East)
2003 - Auburn (West)
2004 - Auburn (West)
2005 - Mississippi (West)
2006 - Auburn (West)
2007 - LSU (West)
2008 - Auburn, LSU (West)
2009 - LSU (West)
2010 - Auburn (West)
2011 - LSU (West)
2012 - Texas A&M (West)

Volleyball[edit]

Thirteen SEC schools play women's volleyball; Vanderbilt does not. The SEC does not currently sponsor men's volleyball, and no conference member has a varsity men's team.

The SEC Volleyball Tournament was suspended for three seasons after the 2005 season. It was not renewed, but, with the NCAA on the verge of officially adding sand volleyball to its Emerging Sports List, the conference's coaches instead sponsored a Commissioner's Cup tournament for that variation of the sport. The tournaments, which were held in mid-April between 2008–10, were won by Georgia, South Carolina, and LSU respectively.

Volleyball Summary
Current Members
SchoolLast SEC Reg. Season TitleNumber of SEC Reg. Season TitlesLast SEC Tourney TitleNumber of SEC Tourney Titles
Florida201219200512
LSU2009619914
Kentucky1988419885
Tennessee2011220044
Georgia1986219851
Missouri20131never0
Arkansasnever019971
Alabamanever0never0
Auburnnever0never0
Mississippinever0never0
Mississippi Statenever0never0
South Carolinanever0never0
Texas A&Mnever0never0
Last team to win regular season & tournament in same year: Florida, 2005
The SEC Tournament determined the overall SEC Champion from 1979-85. It was discontinued after the 2005 season.

Champions[edit]

YearRegular Season Champion(s)Tournament Champion
1979Kentucky
1980Kentucky
1981Tennessee
1982Tennessee
1983KentuckyKentucky
1984KentuckyTennessee
1985Georgia, LSUGeorgia
1986LSU, GeorgiaLSU
1987KentuckyKentucky
1988KentuckyKentucky
1989LSULSU
1990LSULSU
1991Florida, LSULSU
1992FloridaFlorida
1993FloridaFlorida
1994FloridaFlorida
1995FloridaFlorida
1996FloridaFlorida
1997FloridaArkansas
1998FloridaFlorida
1999FloridaFlorida
2000FloridaFlorida
2001FloridaFlorida
2002FloridaFlorida
2003FloridaFlorida
2004Florida, TennesseeTennessee
2005FloridaFlorida
2006FloridaNo Tournament
2007FloridaNo Tournament
2008FloridaNo Tournament
2009LSUNo Tournament
2010FloridaNo Tournament
2011TennesseeNo Tournament
2012FloridaNo Tournament
2013MissouriNo Tournament

Tournament Runners-Up[edit]

1979 - Tennessee
1980 - Tennessee
1981 - Alabama
1982 - LSU
1983 - Tennessee
1984 - Kentucky
1985 - LSU
1986 - Georgia
1987 - Florida
1988 - Tennessee
1989 - Kentucky
1990 - Georgia
1991 - Florida
1992 - LSU
1993 - Georgia
1994 - Georgia
1995 - Arkansas
1996 - Arkansas
1997 - Florida
1998 - Arkansas
1999 - Arkansas
2000 - LSU
2001 - Arkansas
2002 - Arkansas
2003 - Arkansas
2004 - Florida
2005 - Alabama

Other Division Winners[edit]

1995 - Arkansas (West)
1996 - Arkansas (West)
1997 - Arkansas (West)
1998 - Arkansas (West)
1999 - Arkansas (West)
2000 - Alabama (West)
2001 - Arkansas (West)
2002 - Arkansas (West)
2003 - Arkansas (West)
2004 - Arkansas, Alabama (West)
2005 - LSU, Arkansas (West)
2006 - LSU (West)
2007 - LSU (West)
2008 - LSU (West)
2009 - Kentucky (East)
2010 - LSU (West)
2011 - LSU (West)
2012 - Texas A&M (West)

Indoor Track and Field[edit]

All 14 SEC schools participate in both men's and women's indoor track & field.

Indoor Track and Field Summary
Current Members (Men)
SchoolLast Men's SEC TitleNumber of Men's SEC Titles
Arkansas201319
Tennessee199618
Florida20116
Alabama19725
LSU19904
Auburn19804
Kentucky19601
Georgianever0
Mississippinever0
Mississippi Statenever0
Missourinever0
South Carolinanever0
Texas A&Mnever0
Vanderbiltnever0
Current Members (Women)
SchoolLast Women's SEC TitleNumber of Women's SEC Titles
LSU201112
Florida20127
Arkansas20134
Tennessee20094
Alabama19941
Georgia20061
Auburnnever0
Kentuckynever0
Mississippinever0
Mississippi Statenever0
Missourinever0
South Carolinanever0
Texas A&Mnever0
Vanderbiltnever0

Champions[edit]

YearMen's ChampionWomen's Champion
1957LSU
1958Alabama
1959Alabama
1960Kentucky
1961Alabama
1962Alabama
1963LSU
1964Tennessee
1965Tennessee
1966Tennessee
1967Tennessee
1968Tennessee
1969Tennessee
1970Tennessee
1971Tennessee
1972Alabama
1973Tennessee
1974Tennessee
1975Florida
1976Florida
1977Auburn
1978Auburn
1979Auburn
1980Auburn
1981Tennessee
1982Tennessee
1983Tennessee
1984TennesseeTennessee
1985TennesseeLSU
1986TennesseeAlabama (Vacated)
1987FloridaLSU
1988FloridaLSU
1989LSULSU
1990LSUFlorida
1991TennesseeLSU
1992ArkansasFlorida
1993ArkansasLSU
1994ArkansasAlabama
1995ArkansasLSU
1996TennesseeLSU
1997ArkansasFlorida
1998ArkansasLSU
1999ArkansasLSU
2000ArkansasArkansas
2001ArkansasArkansas
2002ArkansasFlorida
2003ArkansasArkansas
2004FloridaFlorida
2005ArkansasTennessee
2006ArkansasGeorgia
2007ArkansasLSU
2008ArkansasLSU
2009ArkansasTennessee
2010ArkansasFlorida
2011FloridaLSU
2012ArkansasFlorida
2013ArkansasArkansas

Outdoor Track and Field[edit]

All 14 SEC schools participate in women's outdoor track & field while 13 schools (excluding Vanderbilt) participate in men's outdoor track and field.

Outdoor Track and Field Summary
Current Members (Men)
SchoolLast Men's SEC TitleNumber of Men's SEC Titles
Tennessee200725
LSU199022
Arkansas201318
Auburn19794
Florida20104
Alabama19803
Georgia19371
Mississippi State19621
Kentuckynever0
Mississippinever0
Missourinever0
South Carolinanever0
Texas A&Mnever0
Former Members (Men)
Georgia Tech19493
Current Members (Women)
SchoolLast Women's SEC TitleNumber of Women's SEC Titles
LSU201212
Florida20095
Tennessee19844
Arkansas20043
South Carolina20053
Alabama19942
Georgia20062
Texas A&M20131
Auburnnever0
Kentuckynever0
Mississippinever0
Mississippi Statenever0
Missourinever0
Vanderbiltnever0

Champions[edit]

YearMen's ChampionWomen's Champion
1933LSU
1934LSU
1935LSU
1936LSU
1937Georgia
1938LSU
1939LSU
1940LSU
1941LSU
1942LSU
1943LSU
1944Georgia Tech
1945Georgia Tech
1946LSU
1947LSU
1948LSU
1949Georgia Tech
1950Alabama
1951LSU
1952Alabama
1953Florida
1954Auburn
1955Auburn
1956Florida
1957LSU
1958LSU
1959LSU
1960LSU
1961Auburn
1962Mississippi State
1963LSU
1964Tennessee
1965Tennessee
1966Tennessee
1967Tennessee
1968Tennessee
1969Tennessee
1970Tennessee
1971Tennessee
1972Tennessee
1973Tennessee
1974Tennessee
1975Tennessee
1976Tennessee
1977Tennessee
1978Tennessee
1979Auburn
1980Alabama
1981TennesseeTennessee
1982TennesseeTennessee
1983TennesseeTennessee
1984TennesseeTennessee
1985TennesseeLSU
1986TennesseeAlabama
1987FloridaLSU
1988LSULSU
1989LSULSU
1990LSULSU
1991TennesseeLSU
1992ArkansasFlorida
1993ArkansasLSU
1994ArkansasAlabama
1995ArkansasGeorgia
1996ArkansasLSU
1997ArkansasFlorida
1998ArkansasFlorida
1999ArkansasSouth Carolina
2000ArkansasArkansas
2001TennesseeArkansas
2002TennesseeSouth Carolina
2003ArkansasFlorida
2004ArkansasArkansas
2005ArkansasSouth Carolina
2006ArkansasGeorgia
2007TennesseeLSU
2008ArkansasLSU
2009ArkansasFlorida
2010FloridaLSU
2011ArkansasLSU
2012ArkansasLSU
2013ArkansasTexas A&M

Cross Country[edit]

13 SEC schools participate in men's cross country, South Carolina does not. All 14 SEC schools participate in women's cross country.

Cross Country Summary
Current Members (Men)
SchoolLast Men's SEC TitleNumber of Men's SEC Titles
Tennessee199025
Arkansas201321
Auburn19806
Mississippi State19625
Kentucky19884
Alabama20093
Florida19872
Georgianever0
LSUnever0
Mississippinever0
Missourinever0
Texas A&Mnever0
Vanderbiltnever0
Former Members (Men)
Georgia Tech195410
Current Members (Women)
SchoolLast Women's SEC TitleNumber of Women's SEC Titles
Arkansas201314
Florida20126
Tennessee20055
Kentucky19893
Alabama19872
Vanderbilt20111
Auburnnever0
Georgianever0
LSUnever0
Mississippinever0
Mississippi Statenever0
Missourinever0
South Carolinanever0
Texas A&Mnever0

Champions[edit]

YearMen's ChampionWomen's Champion
1935Georgia Tech
1936Georgia Tech
1937Georgia Tech
1938Georgia Tech
1939Georgia Tech
1940Georgia Tech
1941Mississippi State
1942Georgia Tech
1946Auburn
1947Georgia Tech
1948Auburn
1949Tennessee
1950Tennessee
1951Tennessee
1952Tennessee
1953Georgia Tech
1954Georgia Tech
1955Auburn
1956Tennessee
1957Mississippi State
1958Kentucky
1959Kentucky
1960Mississippi State
1961Mississippi State
1962Mississippi State
1963Tennessee
1964Auburn
1965Tennessee
1966Tennessee
1967Tennessee
1968Tennessee
1969Tennessee
1970Kentucky
1971Tennessee
1972Tennessee
1973Alabama
1974Tennessee
1975Tennessee
1976Tennessee
1977Tennessee
1978Tennessee
1979Auburn
1980Auburn
1981Tennessee
1982Tennessee
1983TennesseeTennessee
1984TennesseeFlorida
1985TennesseeKentucky
1986FloridaAlabama
1987FloridaAlabama
1988KentuckyKentucky
1989TennesseeKentucky
1990TennesseeTennessee
1991ArkansasArkansas
1992ArkansasArkansas
1993ArkansasArkansas
1994ArkansasArkansas
1995ArkansasArkansas
1996ArkansasFlorida
1997ArkansasFlorida
1998ArkansasArkansas
1999ArkansasArkansas
2000ArkansasArkansas
2001ArkansasArkansas
2002ArkansasArkansas
2003ArkansasTennessee
2004ArkansasTennessee
2005ArkansasTennessee
2006ArkansasArkansas
2007ArkansasArkansas
2008AlabamaArkansas
2009AlabamaFlorida
2010ArkansasFlorida
2011ArkansasVanderbilt
2012ArkansasFlorida
2013ArkansasArkansas

Golf[edit]

All 14 SEC schools play both men's and women's golf.

Golf Summary
Current Members (Men)
SchoolLast Men's SEC TitleNumber of Men's SEC Titles
Georgia201017
Florida201113
Alabama20134
LSU19874
Auburn20023
Tennessee20073
Mississippi State19972
Arkansas19951
Kentucky20051
Mississippi19841
Missourinever0
South Carolinanever0
Texas A&Mnever0
Vanderbiltnever0
Current Members (Women)
SchoolLast Women's SEC TitleNumber of Women's SEC Titles
Georgia200711
Auburn20129
Florida20088
Alabama20132
LSU19921
South Carolina20021
Vanderbilt20041
Arkansasnever0
Kentuckynever0
Mississippinever0
Mississippi Statenever0
Tennesseenever0
Missourinever0
Texas A&Mnever0

Champions[edit]

YearMen's ChampionWomen's Champion
1965Georgia
1966LSU
1967LSU
1968Florida
1969Georgia
1970Georgia
1971Georgia
1972Georgia
1973Florida
1974Florida
1975Florida
1976Auburn
1977Georgia
1978Georgia
1979Alabama
1980Tennessee
1981AuburnFlorida
1982GeorgiaFlorida
1983GeorgiaGeorgia
1984Ole MissFlorida
1985FloridaGeorgia
1986LSUFlorida
1987LSUFlorida
1988GeorgiaGeorgia
1989FloridaAuburn
1990TennesseeGeorgia
1991FloridaFlorida
1992FloridaLSU
1993FloridaGeorgia
1994FloridaGeorgia
1995ArkansasFlorida
1996Mississippi StateAuburn
1997Mississippi StateGeorgia
1998GeorgiaGeorgia
1999FloridaGeorgia
2000GeorgiaAuburn
2001GeorgiaGeorgia
2002AuburnSouth Carolina
2003FloridaAuburn
2004GeorgiaVanderbilt
2005KentuckyAuburn
2006GeorgiaAuburn
2007TennesseeGeorgia
2008AlabamaFlorida
2009GeorgiaAuburn
2010GeorgiaAlabama
2011FloridaAuburn
2012AlabamaAuburn
2013AlabamaAlabama

Equestrian[edit]

Four SEC schools compete in Women's Equestrian: Auburn, Georgia, South Carolina and Texas A&M. The first conference championship was contested in 2013.

Equestrian Summary
Current Members
SchoolLast Women's SEC TitleNumber of Women's SEC Titles
South Carolina20131
Auburnnever0
Georgianever0
Texas A&Mnever0

Champions[edit]

YearChampion
2013South Carolina

References[edit]

  1. College Football Data Warehouse
  2. SEC Website (Some Champ Data)