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SEC Athletics | September 4, 2019

Women's college basketball: SEC announces 2020 schedule

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Birmingham, Ala. — The 2020 women's basketball schedule has been released by the Southeastern Conference office.

Conference play will begin on Thursday, January 2 and run through Sunday, March 1. The schedule consists of a single round robin (10 games) and home and away with one permanent opponent (2 games) and two rotating opponents (4 games). The permanent opponents are Alabama-Auburn, Arkansas-Missouri, Florida-Georgia, Kentucky-South Carolina, LSU-Texas A&M, Ole Miss-Mississippi State, and Tennessee-Vanderbilt. Each team will play eight home games and eight away games. The rotating opponents changes annually. This marks the 11th year of the 16-game schedule for women's basketball and the seventh with 14 teams.

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The regular season concludes with the 2020 SEC Women's Basketball Tournament being held for the third time at Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, S.C. The tournament which will include all 14 teams, begins on Wednesday, March 4 and concludes with the championship game on Sunday, March 8.

The women's basketball television schedule will be announced at a later date, as will times for all games.

2020 SEC Women's Basketball Conference Schedule

January 2 (Thursday)

Texas A&M at Arkansas

Alabama at LSU

Georgia at Ole Miss

Florida at Mississippi State

Kentucky at South Carolina

Missouri at Tennessee

Auburn at Vanderbilt

January 5 (Sunday)

South Carolina at Alabama

Arkansas at Auburn

Vanderbilt at Florida

Mississippi State at Georgia

Tennessee at Kentucky

LSU at Missouri

January 6 (Monday)

Ole Miss at Texas A&M

January 9 (Thursday)

Kentucky at Alabama

Florida at Auburn

Vanderbilt at Georgia

Tennessee at Ole Miss

Mississippi State at Missouri

Arkansas at South Carolina

LSU at Texas A&M

January 12 (Sunday)

Alabama at Auburn

Missouri at Arkansas

Kentucky at Florida

Ole Miss at LSU

Georgia at Tennessee

South Carolina at Vanderbilt

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January 16 (Thursday)

Tennessee at Florida

Texas A&M at Kentucky

LSU at Mississippi State

South Carolina at Missouri

January 19 (Sunday)

Auburn at Georgia

Kentucky at LSU

Missouri at Ole Miss

Florida at Texas A&M

Arkansas at Vanderbilt

January 20 (Monday)

Mississippi State at South Carolina

Alabama at Tennessee

January 23 (Thursday)

Texas A&M at Alabama

Georgia at Arkansas

Ole Miss at Auburn

Mississippi State at Vanderbilt

January 26 (Sunday)

Vanderbilt at Alabama

Florida at Arkansas

South Carolina at Georgia

Ole Miss at Mississippi State

LSU at Tennessee

Missouri at Texas A&M

January 27 (Monday)

Auburn at Kentucky

January 30 (Thursday)

Arkansas at Alabama

LSU at Florida

South Carolina at Ole Miss

Auburn at Mississippi State

Kentucky at Missouri

Georgia at Texas A&M

Tennessee at Vanderbilt

February 2 (Sunday)

Vanderbilt at Auburn

Florida at Kentucky

Texas A&M at LSU

Alabama at Ole Miss

Arkansas at Missouri

Tennessee at South Carolina

February 3 (Monday)

Georgia at Mississippi State

February 6 (Thursday)

South Carolina at Arkansas

Missouri at Georgia

Alabama at Kentucky

Mississippi State at Tennessee

February 9 (Sunday)

Auburn at Alabama

Kentucky at Arkansas

Georgia at Florida

Texas A&M at Mississippi State

Ole Miss at Vanderbilt

February 10 (Monday)

Missouri at LSU

February 13 (Thursday)

Ole Miss at Florida

Tennessee at LSU

Auburn at South Carolina

Vanderbilt at Texas A&M

February 16 (Sunday)

LSU at Auburn

Alabama at Georgia

Mississippi State at Kentucky

Arkansas at Ole Miss

Florida at Missouri

Texas A&M at Tennessee

February 17 (Monday)

Vanderbilt at South Carolina

February 20 (Thursday)

Florida at Alabama

Tennessee at Arkansas

Mississippi State at Auburn

Texas A&M at Georgia

Kentucky at Ole Miss

LSU at South Carolina

Missouri at Vanderbilt

February 23 (Sunday)

South Carolina at Kentucky

Georgia at LSU

Alabama at Mississippi State

Ole Miss at Missouri

Vanderbilt at Tennessee

Auburn at Texas A&M

February 24 (Monday)

Arkansas at Florida

February 27 (Thursday)

South Carolina at Florida

Georgia at Kentucky

Vanderbilt at LSU

Arkansas at Mississippi State

Auburn at Missouri

Ole Miss at Tennessee

Alabama at Texas A&M

March 1 (Sunday)

Missouri at Alabama

LSU at Arkansas

Tennessee at Auburn

Florida at Georgia

Mississippi State at Ole Miss

Texas A&M at South Carolina

Kentucky at Vanderbilt

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