SEC Olympics Update, Day 10

Kirani James (Grenada) secured Alabama's first medal with a gold in the men's 400m.

The conference added three more medals yesterday in the 2012 London Olympics. Here is what they're up to today. All times listed below are Eastern.

BASKETBALL

Missouri's Linas Kleiza, Texas A&M's Antanas Kavaliauskas, and Lithuania defeated Tunisia 76-63. Kleiza had four points, six rebounds, and three assists, while Kavaliauskas had six points and five rebounds.

Kentucky's Anthony Davis and Team USA defeated Argentina 126-97. Davis had two points, two rebounds and a block.

DIVING

Georgia's Chris Colwill (USA) is diving in the first round of the men's 3m springboard at 2:00 pm. The semifinals are at 5:00 am and the finals are at 2:00 pm on Tuesday.

SOCCER

Florida's Abby Wambach and Team USA defeated Tennessee's Rhian Wilkinson and Canada 4-3 in the semifinals. Wambach scored a goal in the contest, which wasn't decided until the extra time after the second overtime.

TRACK & FIELD

Women's 100m Hurdles

LSU's Lolo Jones (USA) was first in her heat at 12.68, and Arkansas's Ivanique Kemp (Bahamas) was third in her heat at 13.15. Both moved on to the next round.

The semifinals are at 2:15 pm on Tuesday with the finals shortly after at 4:00 pm.

Men's 800m

Florida's Moise Joseph (Haiti) was sixth in his heat at 1:48.46. He did not advance to the semifinals.

Women's 200m

LSU's Semoy Hackett (Trinidad & Tobago) finished second in her heat at 22.81, and Arkansas's Veronica Campbell-Brown (Jamaica) finished third in her heat at 22.75. Both advanced to the semifinals. Auburn's Kai Selvon (Trinidad & Tobago) was fourth in her heat at 22.85 and did not move on.

The semifinals are at 3:25 pm on Tuesday, and the medal round is at 4:00 pm on Wednesday.

Women's 400m Hurdles

LSU's Nickiesha Wilson (Jamaica) and South Carolina's Lashinda Demus (USA) are competing in the semifinals at 3:15 pm. The finals are at 3:45 pm on Wednesday.

Men's 400m

Alabama's Kirani James (Grenada) won gold with a time of 43.94. Texas A&M's Demetrius Pinder (Bahamas) was seventh with a time of 44.98.

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