Tennessee is the 2022 SEC men’s basketball tournament champions!

We have all the information you need from the Southeastern Conference tournament that led to 6 SEC teams receiving bids to the NCAA Tournament’s field of 68.

The 2022 SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament was held at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Fla. It began on Wednesday, March 9 and concluded with Tennessee beating Texas A&M in the championship game on Sunday, March 13.

Auburn, which earned the league’s regular season championship, was the tournament’s No. 1 seed. Tennessee, Kentucky and Arkansas joined the Tigers in receiving a double bye, meaning they did not have to play until the quarterfinals on Friday, March 11.

Here’s a look at everything you need to know:

2022 SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament Bracket

2022 SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament Seeding

  1. Auburn
  2. Tennessee
  3. Kentucky
  4. Arkansas
  5. LSU
  6. Alabama
  7. South Carolina
  8. Texas A&M
  9. Florida
  10. Mississippi State
  11. Vanderbilt
  12. Missouri
  13. Ole Miss
  14. Georgia

The seeding for this tournament was determined by the regular season conference standings. Auburn won the SEC regular season, and Tennessee, Kentucky and Arkansas qualified for the “double bye” status in this tournament by finishing in the Top 4.

Here’s a look at the regular season basketball results, via SECSports.com:

 Texas A&M9-920-1113-45-52-222662069W4
 South Carolina9-918-1212-44-72-121492105L-1
 Mississippi State8-1017-1414-31-92-222072069L-2
 Ole Miss4-1413-1810-82-71-321202125L-4

2022 SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament Scores and Results

Wednesday, March 9

  • Missouri 72, Ole Miss 60
  • Vanderbilt 86, Georgia 51

Thursday, March 10

  • Texas A&M 83, Florida 80 (OT)
  • LSU 76, Missouri 68
  • Mississippi State 73, South Carolina 51
  • Vanderbilt 82, Alabama 76

Friday, March 11

  • Texas A&M 67, Auburn 62
  • Arkansas 79, LSU 67
  • Tennessee 72, Mississippi State 59
  • Kentucky 77, Vanderbilt 71

Saturday, March 12

  • Texas A&M 82, Arkansas 64
  • Tennessee 69, Kentucky 62

Sunday, March 13

  • SEC Championship Game: Tennessee 65, Texas A&M 50

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