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The list of Southeastern Conference national championships begins in 1933, the first year of competition for the Southeastern Conference (SEC), and includes 203 team national championships sanctioned by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), and four additional national championships sanctioned by the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW), won by current conference members through the end of the 2016−17 academic year. During 2016−17, SEC members won six national championships—women's basketball (South Carolina), men's indoor track & field (Texas A&M), women's equestrian (Texas A&M), men's outdoor track & field (Florida), women's tennis (Florida), and baseball (Florida). The conference has so far won seven national titles in 2017–18, namely Alabama claimin

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  • The list of Southeastern Conference national championships begins in 1933, the first year of competition for the Southeastern Conference (SEC), and includes 203 team national championships sanctioned by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), and four additional national championships sanctioned by the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW), won by current conference members through the end of the 2016−17 academic year. During 2016−17, SEC members won six national championships—women's basketball (South Carolina), men's indoor track & field (Texas A&M), women's equestrian (Texas A&M), men's outdoor track & field (Florida), women's tennis (Florida), and baseball (Florida). The conference has so far won seven national titles in 2017–18, namely Alabama claimin
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  • The list of Southeastern Conference national championships begins in 1933, the first year of competition for the Southeastern Conference (SEC), and includes 203 team national championships sanctioned by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), and four additional national championships sanctioned by the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW), won by current conference members through the end of the 2016−17 academic year. During 2016−17, SEC members won six national championships—women's basketball (South Carolina), men's indoor track & field (Texas A&M), women's equestrian (Texas A&M), men's outdoor track & field (Florida), women's tennis (Florida), and baseball (Florida). The conference has so far won seven national titles in 2017–18, namely Alabama claiming the consensus football championship, Auburn in women's equestrian, Florida in men's indoor track, Georgia in women's indoor track, Kentucky in rifle, Vanderbilt in bowling, and Georgia in men's outdoor track. The SEC has averaged almost seven national championships per year since 1990. Listed below are all championship teams of NCAA-sponsored events, as well as the titles won in football and equestrian, which are not official NCAA-sanctioned championships. Conference members have won at least one title in every sponsored sport in which the SEC participates except for women's volleyball. Between 1979 and 1982, teams representing current member universities also claimed four AIAW Championships. Logan Durham claims a mascot national championship at the University of Tennessee.
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