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2021 SEC Softball Conference Schedule Announced

47 days ago
SEC Staff
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The Southeastern Conference has announced the softball conference schedule for the 2021 season.

The 2021 SEC softball conference schedule is made up of eight opponents per school for a three-game series for a total of 24 conference games. Games are scheduled to be played Friday/Saturday/Sunday. One weekly conference series will be played Saturday/Sunday/Monday, with the Monday night game featured on the SEC Network. There will also be an opportunity to make up postponed contests on May 3-5 as a midweek doubleheader. The 2021 SEC Softball Tournament is set for May 12-15 at Rhoads Stadium on the campus of the University of Alabama.

Television information and start times will be announced at a later date.

Dates Match-ups
March 12-14 Alabama at Auburn
Arkansas at South Carolina
Kentucky at Florida
LSU at Tennessee
Mississippi State at Ole Miss
March 19-21 Tennessee at Alabama
Ole Miss at Arkansas
Florida at Mississippi State
Missouri at Georgia
Texas A&M at LSU
March 26-28 Alabama at Kentucky
Mississippi State at Arkansas
Auburn at Missouri
LSU at Florida
Georgia at Ole Miss
South Carolina at Texas A&M
April 2-4 Texas A&M at Alabama
Arkansas at Auburn
Florida at Georgia
Kentucky at Tennessee
Ole Miss at LSU
Missouri at South Carolina
April 9-11 Alabama at Arkansas
Auburn at Texas A&M
Georgia at Kentucky
LSU at Missouri
South Carolina at Ole Miss
Tennessee at Mississippi State
April 16-18 Florida at Alabama
Arkansas at Georgia
Kentucky at Auburn
Ole Miss at Texas A&M
Mississippi State at Missouri
Tennessee at South Carolina
April 23-25 Missouri at Arkansas
Auburn at Ole Miss
South Carolina at Florida
Georgia at Tennessee
LSU at Kentucky
Texas A&M at Mississippi State
April 30-May 2 Alabama at Georgia
Arkansas at LSU
Tennessee at Auburn
Florida at Missouri
Kentucky at Texas A&M
Mississippi State at South Carolina
May 7-9 Ole Miss at Alabama
Auburn at LSU
Texas A&M at Florida
Georgia at Mississippi State
South Carolina at Kentucky
Missouri at Tennessee