The 2022 SEC Baseball bracket, schedule, scores from the tournament
the 2022 sec baseball bracket, schedule, scores from the tournament

The 2022 SEC Baseball bracket, schedule, scores from the tournament


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Here is the final bracket from the 2022 SEC Baseball tournament, played May 24-29 in Hoover, Ala., at the Hoover Metropolitan Stadium. No. 1 seed Tennessee beat No. 7 Florida, 8-5, in Sunday’s championship game for the program’s fourth SEC title.

Twelve SEC teams have made the last ten men’s CWS finals, including all-SEC matchups in 2011 (South Carolina over Florida), 2017 (Florida over LSU) and 2021 (Mississippi State over Vanderbilt). 

The SEC tournament features 12 teams, which are seeded No. 1 through No. 12, and 17 total games. The top four seeds, including the champions of the SEC East and SEC West, received first-round byes, and the teams seeded No. 3 through No. 12 received at-large bids to the tournament based upon their conference winning percentage.

(Click or tap here to view the latest bracket in a new window.)

The teams seeded No. 5 through No. 12 opened SEC tournament play on Tuesday in a single-elimination format, double-elimination action started Wednesday. The SEC tournament returned to single-elimination play Saturday, May 28. 

2022 SEC Baseball tournament schedule, scores

Scroll to the right to view the complete table.

All results:   
DateTime (ET)MatchupNetwork
Tuesday, May 24 Game 1: No. 11 Alabama 5, No. 6 Georgia 3SEC Network
  Game 2: No. 7 Florida 2, No. 10 South Carolina 1 (F/10)SEC Network
  Game 3: No. 8 Vanderbilt 3, No. 9 Ole Miss 1SEC Network
Wednesday, May 25 Game 4: No. 12 Kentucky 3, No. 5 Auburn 1SEC Network
  Game 5: No. 11 Alabama 4, No. 3 Arkansas 3SEC Network
Thursday, May 26 Game 6: No. 2 Texas A&M 10, No. 7 Florida 0SEC Network
  Game 7: No. 1 Tennessee 10, No. 8 Vanderbilt 1SEC Network
  Game 8: No. 4 LSU 11, No. 12 Kentucky 6SEC Network
Friday, May 27 Game 9: No. 7 Florida 7, No. 3 Arkansas 5SEC Network
  Game 10: No. 12 Kentucky 10, No. 8 Vanderbilt 2SEC Network
  Game 11: No. 2 Texas A&M 12, No. 11 Alabama 8SEC Network
 .Game 12: No. 1 Tennessee 5, No. 4 LSU 1SEC Network
Saturday, May 28 Game 13: No. 7 Florida 11, No. 11 Alabama 6SEC Network
  Game 14: No. 12 Kentucky 7, LSU 2SEC Network
  Game 15: No. 7 Florida 9, No. 2 Texas A&M 0SEC Network
  Game 16: No. 1 Tennessee 12, No. 12 Kentucky 2SEC Network
Sunday, May 29 No. 1 Tennessee 8, No. 7 Florida 5 (Championship Game)ESPN2

Past SEC tournament champions

Here are the annual SEC tournament champions since the tournament started in 1977.

YearChampion
1977Ole Miss
1978Auburn
1979Mississippi State
1980Vanderbilt
1981Florida
1982Florida
1983Alabama
1984Florida
1985Mississippi State
1986LSU
1987Mississippi State
1988Florida
1989Auburn
1990LSU/Mississippi State
1991Florida
1992LSU
1993Tennessee/LSU
1994Tennessee/LSU
1995Tennessee/Alabama
1996Alabama
1997Alabama
1998Auburn
1999Alabama
2000LSU
2001Mississippi State
2002Alabama
2003Alabama
2004South Carolina
2005Mississippi State
2006Ole Miss
2007Vanderbilt
2008LSU
2009LSU
2010LSU
2011Florida
2012Mississippi State
2013LSU
2014LSU
2015Florida
2016Texas A&M
2017LSU
2018Ole Miss
2019Vanderbilt
2020Canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2021Arkansas
2022Tennessee

Click or tap here to view the latest D1Baseball.com Top 25 rankings.

Andy Wittry has written for Stadium, SI.com, Sporting News, the Indianapolis Star, Louisville Courier-Journal and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. He is a graduate of Indiana University.

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