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South Carolina Women’s Soccer SEC Championship Scenario
COLUMBIA, S.C. – South
Carolina’s 3-1 victory over Arkansas, coupled with Florida’s 1-0 loss
to LSU and Georgia’s 2-2 draw against Alabama, gives the Gamecocks at
least a share of the 2011 SEC regular season title.
Gamecocks lead the league with an 8-2-0 record and 24 points, and
Florida is second in the SEC with a 7-3-0 record and 21 points. The
Gamecock and Gators play in Gainesville this Friday at 7 p.m. in a
match that will be broadcast on FS Florida.
A South Carolina win
or a draw will result in South Carolina winning the outright SEC
regular season crown. A Florida win will give the team’s identical
records and the title of co-champions, but Florida will be granted the
seed over South Carolina in the SEC Tournament due to tiebreakers.
Florida defeat South Carolina and LSU defeat Arkansas on Friday, there
will be a three-way tie for first place in the SEC between the
Gamecocks, Gators and Tigers, and the seeds will be determined first by
goal differential and second by goals scored. South Carolina currently
has the top goal differential (+16) in the conference as well as the
most goals scored (24) in the conference. Florida has a goal
differential of +9, and LSU has a goal differential of +7.
the first time that South Carolina has earned at least a share of the
SEC overall or division title. However, the team did win the 2009 SEC
1) South Carolina – 8-2-0 (24 points)
2) LSU – 7-3-0 (21 points)
3) Florida – 7-3-0 (21 points)
4) Georgia – 6-2-2 (20 points)
5) Tennessee – 6-4-0 (18 points)
6) Auburn – 5-4-1 (16 points)
7) Kentucky – 5-5-0 (15 points)
8) Alabama – 3-5-2 (11 points)
9) Mississippi State – 3-6-1 (10 points)
10) Ole Miss – 3-7-0 (9 points)
11) Vanderbilt – 2-8-0 (6 points)
12) Arkansas – 2-8-0 (6 points)
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