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SCHEDULE OF PLAY

Wednesday, April 15 (First Round)

Match Coverage
(12) Auburn 4, (13) Tennessee 3 Box Score Get Acrobat Reader | Recap | Auburn Coach Lauren Longbotham Meisner video.gif
(14) Missouri 4, (11) Arkansas 3 Box Score Get Acrobat Reader | Recap | Missouri Coach Sasha Schmid video.gif

Thursday, April 16 (Second Round)

Match Coverage
(9) Ole Miss 4, (8) Kentucky 0 Box Score Get Acrobat Reader | Recap | Ole Miss Coach Mark Beyers video.gif
(5) Alabama 4, (12) Auburn 0 Box Score Get Acrobat Reader | Recap | Alabama Coach Jenny Mainz video.gif
(10) Mississippi State 4, (7) South Carolina 3 Box Score Get Acrobat Reader | Recap | Mississippi State Coach Daryl Greenan video.gif
(6) LSU 4, (14) Missouri 1 Box Score Get Acrobat Reader | Recap | LSU Coach Julia S. Sell video.gif

Friday, April 17 (Quarterfinals)

Match Coverage
(1) Florida 4, (9) Ole Miss 0 Box Score Get Acrobat Reader | Recap | Florida Coach Roland Thornqvist video.gif | Brooke Austin video.gif
(4) Vanderbilt 4, (5) Alabama 0 Box Score Get Acrobat Reader | Recap | Vanderbilt Coach Geoff Macdonald video.gif
(2) Georgia 4, (10) Mississippi State 0 Box Score Get Acrobat Reader | Recap | Georgia Coach Jeff Wallace video.gif
(6) LSU 4, (3) Texas A&M 3 Box Score Get Acrobat Reader | Recap | LSU Coach Julia S. Sell video.gif | Skylar Holloway video.gif

Saturday, April 18 (Semifinals)

Match Coverage
(4) Vanderbilt 4, (1) Florida 2 Box Score Get Acrobat Reader | Recap | Vanderbilt Coach Geoff Macdonald video.gif | Astra Sharma video.gif
(2) Georgia 4, (6) LSU 0 Box Score Get Acrobat Reader | Recap | Georgia Coach Jeff Wallace video.gif | Lauren Herring video.gif

Sunday, April 19 (Championship)

Match Coverage
(4) Vanderbilt 4, (2) Georgia 3 Box Score Get Acrobat Reader | Recap | Vanderbilt Coach Geoff Macdonald video.gif | MVP Astra Sharma video.gif | Marie Casares video.gif

TICKET INFORMATION

Admission to the 2015 SEC Women’s Tennis Tournament is free and tickets are not required.

PARKING INFORMATION

Fan parking is available in the Heyward Street Garage located at 1300 Heyward Street. Parking is free in that location and does have handicap parking available. There is additional overflow parking located along the surrounding streets. Parking is first-come, first-serve in both areas.

Parking Map

CAROLINA TENNIS CENTER

The Gamecock men’s and women’s tennis teams opened Carolina Tennis Center for the 2012 season. The new Carolina Tennis Center is located in the heart of the Athletics Village at the Roost. Previously, the women played at Maxcy Gregg Tennis Center, while the men were located at Sam Daniel Tennis Center.

The Gamecocks’ new tennis stadium features 12 courts with lights and scoreboards on each one. Each side of six courts also has a master scoreboard so fans always know what is happening on each court. Video cameras are mounted behind each court as well to record matches so the coaching staff can review film with the student-athletes. Seating is available for 670 fans with room to spare for standing room. The stadium has 400 square feet of court-side storage and 900 square feet of dedicated restroom facilities.

ADDRESS
1316 Heyward St
Columbia, SC 29208
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PAST SEC CHAMPIONS scar-15-w-tennis-sec-tourn-vand-champs-924x520-1.jpg The Vanderbilt Commodores won the 2015 SEC Women’s Tennis Tournament in Columbia, S.C., marking their first title in school history. Vanderbilt became the first school other than Florida or Georgia to win the SEC Tournament since the current format was adopted for the 2000 season. Vandy defeated Georgia 4-3 in the championship match with Marie Casares coming back to defeat Caroline Brinson 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 at No. 5 singles after the team score was tied at 3-all.

Year Champion Points Tournament Site
1980 Florida 32 Nashville, Tenn.
1981 Florida 30 Athens, Ga.
1982 Florida Oxford, Miss.
1983 Georgia Tuscaloosa, Ala.
1984 Florida 31 Gainesville, Fla.
1985 Florida 26 Auburn, Ala.
1986 Florida 25 Athens, Ga.
1987 Florida 29 Athens, Ga.
1988 Florida 32 Baton Rouge, La.
1989 Georgia 29 Oxford, Miss.
1990 Florida 11 Starkville, Miss.
Georgia 11
1991 Florida 12 Knoxville, Tenn.
1992 Florida 14.5 Tuscaloosa, Ala.
1993 Florida 14 Nashville, Tenn.
1994 Georgia 14 Fayetteville, Ark.
1995 Florida 14 Auburn, Ala.
1996 Florida 14 Gainesville, Fla.
1997 Florida 14 Athens, Ga.
1998 Florida 14 Lexington, Ky.
1999 Florida 14 Baton Rouge, La.
Year Regular Season Champion Record Tournament Champion (Site)
2000 Georgia 11-0 Florida (Oxford, Miss.)
2001 Florida 11-0 Georgia (Starkville, Miss.)
2002 Georgia 11-0 Florida (Columbia, S.C.)
2003 Florida 10-1 Florida (Knoxville, Tenn.)
2004 Florida 11-0 Florida (Nashville, Tenn.)
2005 Kentucky 10-1 Florida (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)
2006 Florida 11-0 Florida (Gainesville, Fla.)
2007 Florida 10-1 Georgia (Lexington, Ky.)
Georgia 10-1
2008 Florida 11-0 Georgia (Auburn, Ala.)
2009 Georgia 10-1 Georgia (Fayetteville, Ark.)
2010 Florida 11-0 Florida (Athens, Ga.)
2011 Florida 11-0 Florida (Knoxville, Tenn.)
2012 Florida 11-0 Florida (Oxford, Miss.)
2013 Florida 12-1 Florida (Starkville, Miss.)
Georgia 12-1
Texas A&M 12-1
2014 Alabama 12-1 Georgia (Columbia, Mo.)
2015 Florida 12-1 Vanderbilt (Columbia, S.C.)

NOTE: From 1980-81 and 1984-1989, the SEC Champion was determined by the accumulation of points in an individual flighted tournament. In 1982 and 1983, the SEC experimented with the team dual match format in women’s tennis for the conference tournament. The winner of the tournament was crowned SEC champion. However, after a two-year trial, the SEC went back to a points system in an individual flighted tournament to determine the SEC champion. In 1990, the SEC brought back the a team dual match format in women’s tennis for the conference tournament and a points system was put in place to determine the SEC champion. From 1990-98, the SEC Champion was determined by a total aggregate points accumulated at the conclusion of the conference tournament: one full point is 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. 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. 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.

 

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