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SEC Softball Weekend Wrap-Up: 3/25-3/28

Where are we at after an exciting round of weekend play?

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The weekend is over! And with midweek play beginning soon enough, let’s reset things and take a look at how the SEC looks now

SEC Softball Standings (thru 4/24)

Team Wins Losses Conf Wins Conf Losses RS RA Diff
Team Wins Losses Conf Wins Conf Losses RS RA Diff
Arkansas 35 8 14 4 325 147 178
Auburn 36 10 9 9 307 134 173
Florida 35 12 11 10 280 128 152
Alabama 39 8 14 7 270 120 150
Tennessee 33 13 11 6 295 153 142
Georgia 37 11 10 8 342 202 140
LSU 30 17 10 8 284 162 122
Kentucky 30 13 9 8 291 170 121
Texas A&M 26 18 5 13 271 161 110
Ole Miss 33 14 8 10 253 153 100
Mississippi State 29 19 8 10 252 170 82
Mizzou 27 17 7 9 229 153 76
South Carolina 25 24 2 16 262 222 40

Observations!

  • Alabama has managed to race up to the top of the SEC. Their 6-3 conference record is tied with rival Auburn for first in the standings right now. Both ‘Bama and Auburn have inflated records, standing at 28-4 and 27-4 respectively. They’ll each figure to be powerhouses the rest of the way that everyone else in the SEC is just gonna have to deal with.
  • Georgia, Arkansas, and Mississippi State are holding very steady. Addison Purvis of Mississippi State helped boost them in a 3-0 week of action. Purvis, who was named co-SEC Player of the Week, hit a whopping .750. She hit two homers against Memphis, in which State hit six on the night — a single-game record! Mississippi State may be one to watch here as they are red-hot right now.
  • Tennessee, Florida, Ole Miss, Kentucky, and LSU all represent the next quadrant of teams. As you can tell, there’s a lot of them, as these squads are all separated by no more than two games in the standings. And all of them have at least 22 wins on the season too. Just another example of how good and how much depth this conference has.

We’ll be diving into some more in-depth stuff now that it’s about to take some focus. Stay tuned!