Georgia second in SEC all-sports competition; Alabama seventh, Auburn 12th

FROM STAFF REPORTSMay 21, 2013 

Georgia finished second in the annual Southeastern Conference all-sports competition.

The Bulldogs won conference titles in women's swimming and diving, women's tennis, men's tennis as well as the Eastern Division title in football.

Georgia finished third in the men's and fourth in the women's annual all-sports conference competition.

Florida won the competition as thew Gators swept both the men's and women's titles.

Alabama finished seventh, and Auburn finished 12th.

The Halifax Media Group sponsors the award.

A program's points total was divided by the total number of teams competing in the sports the school fields and that quotient ranks the teams in the final standings.

Texas A&M finished third, followed by Tennessee, Arkansas and LSU. After Alabama came South Carolina, Kentucky, Vanderbilt and Missouri. Ole Miss and Mississippi State finished 13th and 14th, respectively.

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