SEC Womens Basketball Tournament Tickets
Event: SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament
First Year: 1980
Most Titles: Tennessee (17)
2019 Champion: Mississippi State
2020 Location: Ben Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, S.C.
2020 Dates: March 4-8
SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament TicketsSeveral of the nation’s best teams will take part in the Southeastern Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament, a busy 13-game, five-day event. Teams from the SEC often move on to play for a national championship in the NCAA Tournament, which starts later in March. For example, Mississippi State made back-to-back national title game appearances in 2017 and 2018 while South Carolina claimed the national championship in 2017. The SEC Women's Basketball Tournament is a historic competition that dates back to 1980 when Tennessee won its first of a record 17 conference championships. The winner of this exciting event earns the SEC’s automatic berth into the NCAA Tournament. However, performing well in the SEC tourney can also lead to an at-large bid in March Madness. For example, six other SEC teams joined conference champion Mississippi State at the 2019 NCAA Tournament. Grab SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament tickets at StubHub and catch all of the action.
When will the 2020 SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament be played?The 2020 SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament’s 13 games will be played March 4-8. The 11-14 seeds will need to win a game on all of those days to lift the trophy at the end of this event while the 5-10 seeds would need four wins in a four-day span. The top four seeds have the easiest path — they just need to win three times in three days. Seeding is determined by the regular season conference records. SEC tournament games will start as early as 11 a.m. and go into the evenings on the middle three days while the championship game is slated for a 3 p.m. tip.
Where will the 2020 SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament take place?Ben Secours Wellness Arena, which opened in Greenville, S.C., in 1998, will play host to this event. This 15,000-capacity venue will also host the 2021 SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament.
Which team has had the most success at the SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament?Although the Tennessee Lady Vols have struggled over the last few years, failing to even make the semifinal round in 2017, 2018 and 2019, the school still has a stranglehold over this event’s record book. Tennessee has won 17 SEC Tournament championships. This included an impressive run of seven titles in a 10-year span from 2005-14. Meanwhile, the school that has had the most recent success is South Carolina. After having never won the event previously, South Carolina became the first school to complete an SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament four-peat, winning it in 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018.
Who have been the best SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament players?The talent that has been on display over the years for those who purchased SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament tickets has been impressive. However, only five players can lay claim to having won the MVP of this event on multiple occasions. Bridgette Gordon (1988 and 1989), Chamique Holdsclaw (1998 and 1999) and Candace Parker (2006 and 2008) are all Tennessee players who earned these honors. They’re joined by Vanderbilt’s Carla Thomas (2004 and 2007) and South Carolina’s A’ja Wilson (2017 and 2018).
What types of tickets can I get for the SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament?You can get one of two types of SEC Women’s Basketball Tournament tickets. The first is a ticket booklet, which will provide you with access to all 13 games. The other is a single-session ticket; although, these will actually provide you with entry on multiple days in most cases. One can be purchased for access to two games on Wednesday and four on Thursday. Another will grant you entry to Friday’s four games, and a third will give you the chance to experience the semifinals and the championship game.
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