SEC Baseball Standings Week 7

The Auburn Tigers are in a fierce battle in the SEC's Western Division.

The LSU Tigers extended their lead in the SEC Western Division over the weekend with a dominating sweep over the Tennessee in Baton Rouge. Outscoring the Vols 42-14, LSU moved to 30-13-1 overall and 15-5-5 in league play. Playing a much improved Vanderbilt club that beat LSU two of three last weekend, Auburn was able to win just one game and finds itself two and a half games back with just nine conference games left in the regular season. The West is a jumbled mess thanks to Florida's two of three win against Mississippi State and Alabama's sweep of Arkansas. Throw in Ole Miss winning the series against East leader South Carolina and you have the recipe for a shootout coming down the home stretch of the SEC schedule.

In the East the Gators catapulted to the top of the division with their series victory over the Bulldogs while Vanderbilt put itself into strong contention for an SEC Tournament berth with the series win over Auburn. At the bottom of the division the Kentucky Wildcats continued to show improvement by winning two of three from Georgia in Lexington. The following are the SEC standings after 21 games in conference play:

Western Division

LSU 15-5-1 30-13-1
Auburn 13-8 32-13
Mississippi State 12-8 30-12-1
Alabama 12-9 31-13
Ole Miss 12-9 27-18
Arkansas 11-10 31-11

Eastern Division

Florida 10-10-1 31-13-1
Vanderbilt 10-11 22-20
South Carolina 10-11 28-17
Tennessee 8-13 24-20
Kentucky 6-14 18-24
Georgia 5-16 22-22

Friday's Results

Vanderbilt 7, Auburn 4
LSU 17, Tennessee 4
Ole Miss 6, South Carolina 5
Alabama 10, Arkansas 2

Saturday's Results

Auburn 7, Vanderbilt 4
LSU 10, Tennessee 6
South Carolina 13, Ole Miss 2
Alabama 6, Arkansas 3
Florida 13,5 Mississippi State 5,6
Kentucky 8,9 Georgia 1,4

Sunday's Results

Vanderbilt 3, Auburn 0
LSU 15, Tennessee 4
Ole Miss 2, South Carolina 0
Alabama 14, Arkansas 2
Florida 14, Mississippi State 6
Georgia 12, Kentucky 0

Next Week's Series

Florida at Auburn
Alabama at Tennessee
Ole Miss at Arkansas
LSU at Mississippi State
Kentucky at South Carolina
Vanderbilt at Georgia

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