2003 Southeastern Conference Tournament

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The 2003 Southeastern Conference baseball tournament was held at Hoover Metropolitan Stadium in Hoover, AL. #7 University of Alabama defeated #1 Louisiana State University for the title. Alabama's Beau Hearod was named Tournament MVP.

Participating Teams[edit]

Seed School Conf. Record Head Coach
1 Louisiana State University 20-9-1 Smoke Laval
2 University of South Carolina 19-11 Ray Tanner
3 Auburn University 18-12 Steve Renfroe
4 Mississippi State University 17-12 Ron Polk
5 University of Mississippi 17-13 Mike Bianco
6 Vanderbilt University 14-16 Tim Corbin
7 University of Alabama 14-16 Jim Wells
8 University of Arkansas 14-16 Dave Van Horn


Game Results[edit]

Game Winner Score Loser Notes
May 22
Game 1 Auburn University 3-1 Vanderbilt University
Game 2 University of Alabama 9-7 University of South Carolina
Game 3 Mississippi State University 5-4 University of Mississippi
Game 4 Louisiana State University 5-4 University of Arkansas
May 23
Game 5 University of South Carolina 3-2 Vanderbilt University Vanderbilt eliminated
Game 6 University of Mississippi 8-7 University of Arkansas Arkansas eliminated
Game 7 University of Alabama 7-5 Auburn University
Game 8 Louisiana State University 7-2 Mississippi State University
May 24
Game 9 Auburn University 5-1 University of South Carolina South Carolina eliminated
Game 10 Mississippi State University 4-1 University of Mississippi Mississippi eliminated
Game 11 University of Alabama 13-3 Auburn University Auburn eliminated
Game 12 Louisiana State University 17-5 Mississippi State University Mississippi State eliminated
May 25
Game 13 University of Alabama 10-3 Louisiana State University Alabama advances to NCAA tournament

All Tournament Team[edit]

  • C Bobby Huddleston, Auburn
  • 1B Zac Welch, Alabama
  • 2B Thomas Berkery, Mississippi St.
  • 3B Steve Gendron, Mississippi St.
  • SS Aaron Hill, LSU
  • OF Beau Hearod, Alabama
  • OF Javon Moran, Auburn
  • OF Nick Pitts, Arkansas
  • DH Adam Pavkovich, Alabama
  • P Jaime Gan, Mississippi St.
  • P Arnold Hughey, Auburn