The 2018 SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament came to an end on Sunday, wrapping up an eventful week for the SEC and the Nashville Sports Council. The Tournament featured SEC heavyweights South Carolina, Texas A&M, and the national favorites Mississippi State.
From the opening tip of the season, the University of Tennessee Women’s Basketball team looked like they were going to be a force to be reckoned with in the SEC, but a couple of untimely conference losses set them back in the conference standings. The Lady Vols (23-6, 11-5) jumped out to an impressive 15-0 to start the season, but due to their 5 conference losses they finished the season in a 4-way tie for 4th place in the SEC and earned a 7 seed for the tournament.
NASHVILLE, Tenn.-The reigning SEC champions, Vanderbilt Women’s Tennis, will kick off their conference season this week. The Commodores are currently 7-2 in non-conference play and are ranked 7th in the latest Intercollegiate Tennis Association ranking. Vanderbilt has been successful in non-conference matchups and is looking to continue their high level of play into the SEC portion of the season. Vanderbilt is taking on the University of Alabama on Sunday in our featured game of the week.