The SEC softball regular season wrapped up Sunday afternoon and the conference tournament's bracket is officially set with play to begin Tuesday night in Fayetteville, Ark.
Auburn finished third in the standings to receive the No. 3 seed in the tournament, earning a double-bye through the first two rounds. The Tigers will begin play Thursday at 10 a.m. against the winner of Ole Miss and LSU.
Alabama finished just one game behind its rival but it was enough to push the Crimson Tide down to the No. 5 seed, meaning it will begin play Wednesday. Alabama's first game is scheduled for 4 p.m. and it will play the winner of Tuesday night's game between Missouri and Mississippi State.
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Auburn has two conference tournament championships to its name, winning back-to-back titles in 2015-16.
Alabama owns a 44-27 (.620) all-time record in the SEC Tournament. The Crimson Tide have won six tournament titles, doing so in 1998, 2003, 2005, 2010, 2012 and 2021.
Tennessee won the regular season conference title, finishing with a 19-5 record in SEC play this season. Arkansas, the tournament's host and No. 4 seed, is the reigning conference tournament champion.
Conference tournaments will wrap up this weekend with the NCAA tournament selection show set for Sunday, May 14 at 6 p.m. An SEC team has featured in the Women's College World Series every year since 2003.
You can see the full schedule with updated results below.
Tuesday, May 9
No. 13 Missouri 3, No. 12 Mississippi State 1
Wednesday, May 10
No. 11 Ole Miss 5, No. 6 LSU 3 (10 innings)
No. 10 South Carolina 1, No. 7 Texas A&M 0 (8 innings)
No. 5 Alabama 7, No. 13 Missouri 2
Thursday, May 11 - Second round continued
No. 8 Florida 6, No. 9 Kentucky 2
Thursday, May 11
No. 3 Auburn 8, No. 11 Ole Miss 7
No. 10 South Carolina 2, No. 2 Georgia 1 (8 innings)
No. 5 Alabama 3, No. 4 Arkansas 2
Friday, May 12 - Quarterfinals continued
No. 1 Tennessee 4, No. 8 Florida 0
Friday, May 12
No. 10 South Carolina 3, No. 3 Auburn 2
No. 1 Tennessee 7, No. 5 Alabama 6
Saturday, May 13
Championship Game: No. 1 Tennessee vs. No. 10 South Carolina – 4 p.m. CT – ESPN2