While it is just a prediction, it is nice to be recognized. The womens’ program seems to have made real strides in soccer, softball, basketball and even swimming to go along with good golf and track programs. Gymnastics has been solid, as well. From where we were, not that long ago, we have really enjoyed significant improvement.
SEC is playing a fall schedule but the NCAA isn’t. If there is a women’s soccer tournament, it will be in the spring and probably include fewer teams than usual. How is the SEC going to handle that?
It is my understanding that if the NCAA has a postseason in the spring, the SEC teams would be permitted to play some sort of spring schedule.
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