Every SEC Softball Matchup This Weekend
After four weeks of college softball in the 2020 season, SEC play finally begins this weekend. The only teams not starting SEC play this weekend are Tennessee, Mississippi State and LSU.
See below to learn who the remaining 10 teams play.
Texas A&M at Kentucky — The Wildcats will host the unranked Aggies during the opening weekend of SEC play. Texas A&M is off to a 15-7 start, while Kentucky is 17-3, which is the best 20-game start in program history. While the Wildcats may be the favorites to win this series, Texas A&M has proven they can keep up with top teams after a win over Arizona earlier this season and a 2-1 loss to Oklahoma. The first game of the series is set for Saturday at 2 p.m. ET.
Arkansas at Alabama — The Razorbacks will travel to Tuscaloosa for their first SEC series of the season. While Arkansas (16-4) has a better record than Alabama (12-7), Rhoads Stadium is one of the toughest environments to play at in all of college softball. Alabama also has a run-rule victory against Washington under its belt and has faced a tougher schedule than Arkansas to date. The first game of the series is set for Friday at 7 p.m. ET.
Auburn at Florida — The Gators will host their first SEC series of the season against the Tigers. Auburn comes in at 14-8, while the Gators enter SEC play at 18-4. The Tigers had a successful weekend at home last week, collecting five wins including a 5-1 victory over Minnesota. Florida, however, is coming off a series loss to ULL. The first game of the series is set for Friday at 6 p.m. ET.
South Carolina at Georgia — The Bulldogs will be at home for the second straight weekend to host the Gamecocks for the start of SEC play. Both Georgia (20-4) and South Carolina (14-4) have wins over ranked opponents this season, but both teams have also fallen to unranked squads this year. The first game of the series is set for Friday at 6 p.m. ET.
Ole Miss at Missouri — Missouri will host unranked Ole Miss during the opening weekend of SEC play. The Rebels currently sit at 12-10, while the Tigers are 16-6. Missouri may be the favored team in this series, but Ole Miss heads to Columbia on a seven-game winning streak. The first game of the series is set for Friday at 7 p.m. ET.