SEC Announces 2021 Baseball Schedule

Tuesday, January 19, 2021

The Southeastern Conference on Tuesday announced conference baseball schedules for all 14 SEC schools for the 2021 season.

 

The 2021 SEC baseball season is comprised of the traditional four weeks of non-conference play followed by 10 weeks of conference series. The NCAA permits teams to being play Feb. 19, and the first weekend of SEC series is March 19-21. The schedule is subject to change for television, including the move of some conference series to begin on Thursdays.

 

The SEC Tournament is scheduled for May 25-30 at the Hoover Met.

 

Nine SEC baseball teams were ranked in the D1Baseball Preseason Top-25 released Monday, including five in the top-10.

 

2021 SEC Baseball Schedule

 

March 19-21

Alabama at Arkansas

Auburn at Ole Miss

Texas A&M at Florida

Tennessee at Georgia

Missouri at Kentucky

Mississippi State at LSU

South Carolina at Vanderbilt

 

March 26-28

Ole Miss at Alabama

Arkansas at Mississippi State

Kentucky at Auburn

Florida at South Carolina

Georgia at Texas A&M

LSU at Tennessee

Vanderbilt at Missouri

 

April 2-4

Tennessee at Alabama

Auburn at Arkansas

Ole Miss at Florida

South Carolina at Georgia

Kentucky at Mississippi State

Vanderbilt at LSU

Texas A&M at Missouri

 

April 9-11

Alabama at Texas A&M

Arkansas at Ole Miss

Mississippi State at Auburn

Florida at Tennessee

Georgia at Vanderbilt

LSU at Kentucky

Missouri at South Carolina

 

April 16-18

Auburn at Alabama

Texas A&M at Arkansas

Missouri at Florida

Kentucky at Georgia

South Carolina at LSU

Ole Miss at Mississippi State

Vanderbilt at Tennessee

 

April 23-25

Alabama at Kentucky

Arkansas at South Carolina

Florida at Auburn

Georgia at Missouri

LSU at Ole Miss

Mississippi State at Vanderbilt

Tennessee at Texas A&M

 

April 30-May 2

Missouri at Alabama

Arkansas at LSU

Auburn at Georgia

Vanderbilt at Florida

Kentucky at Tennessee

South Carolina at Ole Miss

Texas A&M at Mississippi State

 

May 7-9

Alabama at Vanderbilt

Georgia at Arkansas

LSU at Auburn

Florida at Kentucky

Ole Miss at Texas A&M

Mississippi State at South Carolina

Tennessee at Missouri

 

May 14-16

Alabama at LSU

Arkansas at Tennessee

Texas A&M at Auburn

Georgia at Florida

South Carolina at Kentucky

Vanderbilt at Ole Miss

Missouri at Mississippi State

 

May 20-22

Mississippi State at Alabama

Florida at Arkansas

Auburn at Missouri

Ole Miss at Georgia

Kentucky at Vanderbilt

LSU at Texas A&M

Tennessee at South Carolina

 

*Note: Thursday-Friday-Saturday series will be determined at a later date.


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