List of Southeastern Conference men's basketball champions

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Below is a list of SEC Men's Basketball Champions and Award Winners.

Champions and Award Winners[edit]

Official SEC champions in bold.

Year Regular Season Champion(s) SEC Tournament Champion SEC Player of the Year Postseason Honors
1933 Kentucky Kentucky
1934 Kentucky Alabama
1935 Kentucky
LSU
No Tournament
1936 Kentucky Tennessee
1937 Georgia Tech Kentucky
1938 Kentucky Georgia Tech
1939 Alabama Kentucky
1940 Alabama Kentucky
1941 Kentucky Tennessee
1942 Tennessee Kentucky
1943 Kentucky Tennessee
1944 Georgia Tech
Tulane
Kentucky
1945 Kentucky
Tennessee
Kentucky
1946 Kentucky
LSU
Kentucky
1947 Kentucky Kentucky
1948 Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky 1948 NCAA Champions
1949 Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky 1949 NCAA Champions
1950 Kentucky Kentucky
1951 Kentucky Vanderbilt Kentucky 1951 NCAA Champions
1952 Kentucky Kentucky
1953 LSU No Tournament LSU 1953 Final Four
1954 Kentucky
LSU
No Tournament
1955 Kentucky No Tournament
1956 Alabama No Tournament
1957 Kentucky No Tournament
1958 Kentucky No Tournament Kentucky 1958 NCAA Champions
1959 Mississippi State No Tournament
1960 Auburn No Tournament
1961 Mississippi State No Tournament
1962 Kentucky
Mississippi State
No Tournament
1963 Mississippi State No Tournament
1964 Kentucky No Tournament
1965 Vanderbilt No Tournament Clyde Lee, Vanderbilt
1966 Kentucky No Tournament Clyde Lee, Vanderbilt
Pat Riley, Kentucky
Kentucky 1966 NCAA Runner-Up
1967 Tennessee No Tournament Ron Widby, Tennessee
1968 Kentucky No Tournament Pete Maravich, LSU
1969 Kentucky No Tournament Pete Maravich, LSU
1970 Kentucky No Tournament Pete Maravich, LSU
1971 Kentucky No Tournament Johnny Neumann, Ole Miss
1972 Kentucky
Tennessee
No Tournament Mike Edwards, Tennessee
Tom Parker, Kentucky
1973 Kentucky No Tournament Kevin Grevey, Kentucky
Wendell Hudson, Alabama
1974 Alabama
Vanderbilt
No Tournament Jan van Breda Kolff, Vanderbilt
1975 Alabama
Kentucky
No Tournament Kevin Grevey, Kentucky
Bernard King, Tennessee
Kentucky 1975 NCAA Runner-Up
1976 Alabama No Tournament Bernard King, Tennessee
1977 Kentucky
Tennessee
No Tournament Ernie Grunfeld, Tennessee
Bernard King, Tennessee
1978 Kentucky No Tournament Reggie King, Alabama Kentucky 1978 NCAA Champions
1979 LSU Tennessee Reggie King, Alabama
1980 Kentucky LSU Kyle Macy, Kentucky
1981 LSU Mississippi Dominique Wilkins, Georgia LSU 1981 Final Four
1982 Kentucky
Tennessee
Alabama Dale Ellis, Tennessee
1983 Kentucky Georgia Dale Ellis, Tennessee
Jeff Malone, Mississippi State
Georgia 1983 Final Four
1984 Kentucky Kentucky Charles Barkley, Auburn Kentucky 1984 Final Four
1985 LSU Auburn Kenny Walker, Kentucky
1986 Kentucky Kentucky Kenny Walker, Kentucky LSU 1986 Final Four
1987 Alabama Alabama Derrick McKey, Alabama
Tony White, Tennessee
1988 Kentucky (vacated) Kentucky (vacated) Will Perdue, Vanderbilt
1989 Florida Alabama Chris Jackson, LSU
1990 Georgia Alabama Chris Jackson, LSU
1991 LSU
Mississippi State
Alabama Shaquille O'Neal, LSU
1992 Arkansas Kentucky Shaquille O'Neal, LSU
1993 Vanderbilt Kentucky Billy McCaffrey, Vanderbilt
Jamal Mashburn, Kentucky
Kentucky 1993 Final Four
1994 Arkansas Kentucky Corliss Williamson, Arkansas Arkansas 1994 NCAA Champions
Florida 1994 Final Four
1995 Kentucky Kentucky Corliss Williamson, Arkansas Arkansas 1995 NCAA Runner-Up
1996 Kentucky Mississippi State Tony Delk, Kentucky Kentucky 1996 NCAA Champions
Mississippi State 1996 Final Four
1997 South Carolina Kentucky Ron Mercer, Kentucky Kentucky 1997 NCAA Runner-Up
1998 Kentucky Kentucky Ansu Sesay, Ole Miss Kentucky 1998 NCAA Champions
1999 Auburn Kentucky Chris Porter, Auburn
2000 Florida
Kentucky
LSU
Tennessee
Arkansas Dan Langhi, Vanderbilt
Stromile Swift, LSU
Florida 2000 NCAA Runner-Up
2001 Florida
Kentucky
Kentucky Tayshaun Prince, Kentucky
2002 Alabama Mississippi State Erwin Dudley, Alabama
2003 Kentucky Kentucky Keith Bogans, Kentucky
Ron Slay, Tennessee
2004 Mississippi State Kentucky Lawrence Roberts, Mississippi State
2005 Kentucky Florida Brandon Bass, LSU
2006 LSU Florida Glen Davis, LSU Florida 2006 NCAA Champions
LSU 2006 Final Four
2007 Florida Florida Derrick Byars, Vanderbilt
Chris Lofton, Tennessee
Florida 2007 NCAA Champions
2008 Tennessee Georgia Shan Foster, Vanderbilt
2009 LSU Mississippi State Marcus Thornton, LSU
2010 Kentucky Kentucky John Wall, Kentucky
2011 Florida Kentucky Chandler Parsons, Florida Kentucky 2011 Final Four
2012 Kentucky Vanderbilt Anthony Davis, Kentucky Kentucky 2012 NCAA Champions
2013 Florida Ole Miss Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Georgia
2014 Florida Florida Scottie Wilbekin, Florida Kentucky 2014 NCAA Runner-up
Florida 2014 Final Four
2015 Kentucky Bobby Portis, Arkansas

Tournament championships by school[edit]

School # of Tournament Championships Last Tournament Championship
Kentucky 27 2011
Alabama 6 1991
Florida 4 2014
Tennessee 4 1979
Mississippi State 3 2009
Mississippi 2 2013
Vanderbilt 2 2012
Georgia 2 2008
Arkansas 1 2000
Auburn 1 1985
LSU 1 1980
Georgia Tech 1 1938
Missouri 0 -
South Carolina 0 -
Texas A&M 0 -
  • Former member of the SEC
  • Kentucky defeated Georgia in the 1988 SEC Tournament final, but the tournament title was vacated later because of NCAA violations.[1]

Award Winners by school[edit]

School (year joined) Winners Years
Kentucky (1932) 14 1966, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1980, 1985, 1986, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2001, 2003, 2010, 2012
LSU (1932) 11 1968, 1969, 1970, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2000, 2005, 2006, 2009
Tennessee (1932) 11 1967, 1972, 1975, 1976, 1977 (×2)[c], 1982, 1983, 1987, 2003, 2007
Vanderbilt (1932) 8 1965, 1966, 1974, 1988, 1993, 2000, 2007, 2008
Alabama (1932) 5 1973, 1978, 1979, 1987, 2002
Ole Miss (1932) 2 1971, 1998
Mississippi State (1932) 2 1983, 2004
Arkansas (1991) 2 1994, 1995
Auburn (1932) 2 1984, 1999
Georgia (1932) 2 1981, 2013
Florida (1932) 2 2011, 2014
Missouri (2012) 0
South Carolina (1991) 0
Texas A&M (2012) 0

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kentucky defeated Georgia in the 1988 SEC Tournament final, but the tournament title was vacated later because of NCAA violations.