The bracket is officially set for the Women’s SEC Tournament.
The No. 8 seed Lady Vols will play No. 9 seed LSU on Thursday March 7th at Noon in Greenville, South Carolina. The game will be aired on the SEC Network.
Tennessee played LSU once this season, beating the Tigers 74-65. The win snapped the Lady Vols six game losing skid.
Holly Warlick’s team enters the SEC tournament with an 18-11 regular season record, 7-9 in conference play.
According to Charlie Creme the Lady Vols are currently out of the NCAA tournament, a strong run in the SEC tournament would help plead their case.