Kentucky in the SEC Tournament

The Wildcats have enjoyed unparalleled success in the league’s postseason tournament. In the 51 years the event has been held, Kentucky has captured 26 titles and has won 84 percent of its games in the tourney. Next in line among the schools in tournament titles is Alabama with six. Since the tournament was renewed in 1979, 11 different schools have captured the trophy. Only South Carolina has failed to win the event. Kentucky is the only team to win the event 15 times since 1979, including titles in seven of the eight years in the 1990s. During that decade, the Wildcats lost only one SEC Tournament game in 24 tries.

Team Yrs. Won Lost Pct. Titles
KENTUCKY 	51 	119 	23 	.838 	27
Alabama 	53 	60 	47 	.561	 6
Tennessee 	52 	60 	48 	.556	 4
Arkansas 	21 	20 	20 	.500	 1
LSU 	        53 	44 	52 	.458	 1
Florida 	47 	36 	44 	.450	 3
Georgia 	52 	40 	50 	.444	 2
South Carolina 	21 	16 	21 	.432	 0
Vanderbilt 	51 	35 	49 	.417	 2
Auburn 		50 	27 	49 	.355	 1
Mississippi St 	52 	27 	49 	.355	 3
Ole Miss 	50 	26 	49 	.347	 1

Former Members
Georgia Tech    19      14      18      .438     1
Tulane          16      12      16      .429     0
Sewanee          2       0       2      .000     0

UK vs. SEC Tournament Field 	 
Team 	        All 	1st Rd 	Quarters Semis 	Finals
Alabama         13-2    1-0     4-1      5-0     3-1
Arkansas 	7-1 	0-0 	0-1 	 5-0 	 2-0 	 
Auburn 	        12-1 	1-0 	7-1 	 3-0 	 1-0 	 
Florida 	12-3 	4-1 	3-1 	 2-0 	 3-1 	 
Georgia 	8-1 	0-0 	4-1 	 1-0 	 3-0 	 
LSU     	15-2 	0-0 	4-1      8-0 	 3-1 	 
Ole Miss 	15-0 	5-0 	6-0 	 3-0 	 1-0 	 
Mississippi St	8-2 	1-0 	3-1 	 1-0 	 3-1 	 
South Carolina 	3-2 	0-0 	1-1 	 1-1 	 1-0 	 
Tennessee 	11-4 	0-0 	2-0 	 5-1 	 4-3 	 
Vanderbilt 	4-4 	1-0 	3-2 	 0-0 	 0-2 	 

Former members 11-1     2-0     2-1      3-0     4-0
Totals         119-23   15-1    39-11    37-2    28-9