Top seed Texas A&M plays six on all-conference teams

[SEC: Women] Texas A&M is the top seed in the SEC Women's Tournament, which begins Monday with two play-in games in Orange Beach, Florida. The Aggies led the SEC with six players on the two all-SEC teams. A&M and No. 2 seed Florida each had four first-team selections.

SEC TOURNAMENT, Schedule:
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3
Alabama vs. Tennessee
Georgia vs. Arkansas
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5
Florida vs. Alabama/Tennessee winner
Kentucky vs. Auburn
Texas A&M vs. Georgia/Arkansas winner
Missouri vs. South Carolina

Shea Groom, the SEC Offensive Player of the Year, was the first A&M player to earn a major player award. She earned her third All-SEC honor, ranking second in the SEC with 13 goals and third with 29 points. She leads the SEC with six game-winning goals.

A&M's G Guerrieri was named SEC Coach of the Year for the second consecutive year. Guerrieri is the first coach to repeat as SEC Coach of the Year since former Tennessee coach Angela Kelly earned the honor three consecutive years from 2003-05.

2014 SEC Awards:
FIRST-TEAM ALL-SEC
Forwards
Bianca Brinson, Texas A&M
Simone Charley, Vanderbilt
Savannah Jordan, Florida
Annie Kunz, Texas A&M
Midfielders
Kaysie Clark, Missouri
Shea Groom, Texas A&M (Offensive Player of the Year)
Gabby Seiler, Georgia
Havana Solaun, Florida
Defenders
Tessa Andujar, Florida
Arin Gilliland, Kentucky (Defensive Player of the Year)
Taylor Leach, South Carolina
Meghan Streight, Texas A&M
Christen Westphal, Florida
Goalkeeper
Sabrina D’Angelo, South Carolina
 
SECOND-TEAM ALL-SEC
Forwards
Marion Crowder, Georgia
Jade Klump, Kentucky
Savannah McCaskill, South Carolina (Freshman of the Year)
Laura Lee Smith, Alabama
Midfielders
Kelley Monogue, Texas A&M
Courtney Raetzman, Kentucky
Casie Ramsier, Auburn
Reagan Russell, Missouri
Merel van Dongen, Alabama
Defenders
Janae Cousineau, Texas A&M
Claire Falknor, Florida
Kala Faulkner, Auburn
Candace Johnson, Missouri
Goalkeeper
Emily Rusk, Alabama
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