GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Florida won the 2021-22 USA Today Network Southeastern Conference Women’s All-Sports title. It was the 24th women’s SEC All-Sports title for the Gators program, which celebrates its 50th season in this academic year.
 
Tennessee claimed its first SEC Overall All-Sports title. The Vols also claimed their first SEC Men’s All-Sports title since 2007-08. UT won two SEC titles in 2021-22 – baseball and women’s swimming.
 

Tabulation for the USA Today Network SEC All-Sports standings finished after the close of regular-season baseball play, the final sport to determine a league champion in the 2021-22 season. Florida was second in the league with four SEC team titles in 2022 – gymnastics, men’s swimming & diving, men’s tennis and women’s outdoor track & field.
 
Did You Know?

  • Florida’s 255 all-time league team titles are the most in the SEC. In the last 10 seasons, Florida has won 50 titles.
  • Florida has claimed at least one SEC All-Sports title (overall, men’s or women’s) 32 of the last 38 seasons, including 29 overall titles.

 
Florida’s 2021-22 SEC titles:
Florida was second in the SEC with four 2021-22 SEC titles:  

  • Gymnastics
  • Men’s swimming & diving
  • Men’s Tennis
  • Women’s Outdoor Track & Field

 
One other Florida sport claimed a league crown in 2022 as the Gator lacrosse team won the American Athletic Conference title – its 11th consecutive league title across three different conferences.
 
How is the USA Today Network SEC All-Sports Award figured?

Points are awarded based on the number of competing teams in a sport (e.g. – 14 teams compete in SEC baseball, giving the winner 14 points, second gets 13, etc. Four teams compete in equestrian, awarding four points to the winner). A program’s points total is divided by the total number of teams competing in the sports the school fields and that quotient ranks the teams in the final USA Today Network SEC All-Sports standings. The sports of cross country, indoor and outdoor track & field are combined. A program’s outdoor track finish makes up half, while the remaining two quarters are based on the cross country and indoor finishes.
 





USA Today Network Southeastern Conference All-Sports formula


Total points for school’s finish in each SEC sport it competes in

 
/ Total number of teams competing

in sports a school fields
= Quotient ranked for

program finish
(e.g. – SEC baseball champion receives 14 points; equestrian 4 points)

(e.g. – Florida men’s total of 92 participating teams derived by adding 

14 (base) + 14 (MBB) + 14 (FB) + 14 (GLF) + 10 (S&D) + 13 (TEN) + 13 (T&F) = 92


 
About the SEC All-Sports Trophy:
This is the second year for the USA Today Network SEC All-Sports Award. The USA Network is the nation’s largest local-to-national digital media organization.
 
GateHouse Media’s four season run as the award sponsor ended in 2019-20. The Halifax Media Group awarded the 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 trophies. The New York Times Regional Newspaper Group gave the awards from the 1994-95 through 2010-11 seasons. Prior to that, the league tabulated the SEC All-Sports totals.
 
What’s Next?
UF is hopeful of finishing among the nation’s top 10 most successful overall athletic programs for the 38th consecutive year with the release of final national all-sports rankings July 5. Florida is the only school to finish among the nation’s top 10 overall most successful athletic programs each year since 1983.
 
Look at the Charts:



















2021-22 USA Today Network SEC Overall All-Sports Standings
 

Place
 

School
Total # of

Part. teams
 

Points
 

Quotient
1 Tennessee 200 154 0.77000
2 Florida 208 154 0.74038
3 Arkansas 198 124 0.62626
4 LSU 208 120 0.57692
5 Alabama 208 118.5 0.56971
6 Georgia 212 120 0.56604
7 Texas A&M 204 114.5 0.56127
8 Kentucky 208 115 0.55288
9 Auburn 212 115 0.54245
10 Mississippi 178 96.5 0.54213
11 South Carolina 204 90.5 0.44363
12 Vanderbilt 164 58 0.35366
13 Mississippi State 178 62 0.34831
14 Missouri 208 60 0.28846

 



















Women 
Place School Total # of

Part. teams
Points Quotient
1 Florida 116 88 0.7586
2 Tennessee 108 81.5 0.7546
3 Mississippi 96 62 0.6458
4 LSU 116 73 0.6293
5 Arkansas 116 70.5 0.6078
6 Alabama 116 69 0.5948
7 Kentucky 116 63 0.5431
8 Auburn 120 64.5 0.5375
9 Georgia 120 62 0.5167
10 South Carolina 112 54.5 0.4866
11 Texas A&M 112 51.5 0.4598
12 Vanderbilt 82 29.5 0.3598
13 Mississippi State 96 31 0.3229
14 Missouri 116 31 0.2672

 



















Men 
Place School Total # of

Part. teams
Points Quotient
1 Tennessee 92 72.5 0.7880
2 Florida 92 66 0.7174
3 Texas A&M 92 63 0.6848
4 Arkansas 82 53.5 0.6524
5 Georgia 92 58 0.6304
6 Kentucky 92 52 0.5652
7 Auburn 92 50.5 0.5489
8 Alabama 92 49.5 0.5380
9 LSU 92 47 0.5109
10 Mississippi 82 34.5 0.4207
11 South Carolina 92 36 0.3913
12 Mississippi State 82 31 0.3780
13 Vanderbilt 82 28.5 0.3476
14 Missouri 92 29 0.3152