The Southeastern Conference announced in a press release Wednesday that it would be postponing several games originally scheduled for Feb. 18. Among the postponements are four women’s basketball games and three men’s basketball games. The SEC cited icy weather in the region as the cause for these postponements. Make-up dates for the games have yet to be determined.
The @SEC has announced the postponement of four women’s basketball and three men’s basketball games on Thursday due to the icy weather that is moving throughout the region this week.
Make-up dates for these games have not been determined at this time.https://t.co/l4TsMImaIe
— Southeastern Conference (@SEC) February 17, 2021
The SEC announced in a later release the postponement of the volleyball series between South Carolina and No.3 Kentucky on Feb. 20 and 21. It took this action in accordance with the COVID-19 management requirements due to positive tests and contact tracing within the South Carolina program. The SEC will evaluate the rescheduling of the matches.
An update on this coming weekend's matches. The opportunity to reschedule will be evaluated at a later date. https://t.co/yKWIdDofAW
— Gamecock Volleyball (@GamecockVolley) February 17, 2021
Postponed Games (through Feb. 21)
Women’s Basketball (Feb. 18)
- Ole Miss at Arkansas
- Auburn at Mississippi State
- LSU at Kentucky
- Missouri at Texas A&M
Men’s Basketball (Feb. 18)
- Alabama at Texas A&M
- LSU at Ole Miss
- Mississippi State at Auburn
Volleyball (Feb. 20-21)
- South Carolina at Kentucky