South Carolina was predicted by the media to win the 2015 SEC women's basketball championship
SEC Tipoff '15 is set for Tuesday, October 21 [women's teams] and Wednesday, October 22 [men's teams] in Charlotte, N.C.
No. 24 Vanderbilt outlasts Ole Miss 80-74
Players testing positive for marijuana in the mighty Southeastern Conference do not face the one-year suspension that comes from getting busted by the NCAA.
Tiffany Clarke matched a season-high with 19 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead No. 24 Vanderbilt over Mississippi 68-52 on Sunday.
No. 25 Vanderbilt 68, Mississippi 59
Tiffany Clarke and Lauren Lueders scored 18 points apiece and Vanderbilt (No. 16 ESPN/USA Today, No. 18 AP) defeated Mississippi 86-72 in the Southeastern Conference opener for both schools.
Kayla Melson's layup gave Mississippi the lead with 6 seconds left, and what seemed like a game-tying shot by Jence Rhoads was overturned, preserving the Rebels' stunning 71-69 win over Vanderbilt (No. 20 ESPN/USA Today, No. 18 AP) on Sunday.
Armintie Price had 21 points and 11 rebounds to lead Mississippi to a 76-66 victory Sunday that snapped No. 10 Vanderbilt's six-game winning streak.
Carla Thomas scored 14 of her game-high 16 points in the second half to help No. 22 Vanderbilt beat Mississippi 68-58 on Sunday.
Seimone Augustus was named the SEC's Player of the Year on Tuesday, and was one of four players who were unanimous picks to the All-SEC First Team, which was voted on by the league's 12 coaches.
Mississippi 66, Vanderbilt 60