How to watch No. 4 LSU women’s basketball vs. Tennessee in SEC Tournament semifinals Saturday

The LSU Tigers won their SEC Tournament opener on Friday as the No. 2 seed in Greenville, South Carolina, taking care of business against No. 7-seeded Georgia with an 83-66 victory.

Now, the Tigers are one win away from a likely rematch against No. 1-seeded South Carolina, which handed them their only loss last month. First, though, this team has to get through Tennessee in the semifinal round on Saturday.

The No. 3-seeded Volunteers between 14-seed Cinderella Kentucky on Friday by nine points to get to this game, and they’ll look to keep their winning ways going against an LSU team that sits at 28-1 on the year. These two teams faced once during the regular season back in January, a game LSU won by eight at home.

Here’s everything you need to know to follow the semifinal against the Vols on Friday, which tips at 6 p.m. CT.

How to Watch

Injury Report

LSU is healthy entering this game.

Players to Watch


  • Points — F [autotag]Angel Reese[/autotag] (23.4 PPG)

  • Rebounds — F Angel Reese (15.6 RPG)

  • Assists — G [autotag]Alexis Morris[/autotag] (4.2 APG)

  • Steals — F Angel Reese (1.7 SPG)

  • Blocks — F Angel Reese (1.4 BPG)


  • Points — F Rickea Jackson (19.4 PPG)

  • Rebounds —G Jordan Horston (6.9 RPG)

  • Assists — G Jordan Horston (3..4 APG)

  • Steals — G Jordan Horston (1.55 SPG)

  • Blocks — G Jordan Horston (1.2 BPG)


This one was one of LSU’s tougher tests in the regular season, and the Vols are always going to be a tough out, especially in the SEC Tournament. With that being said, the Tigers faced a similar circumstance against Georgia on Friday and looked good. I think this team is motivated to get another shot at the Gamecocks.

Prediction: LSU 79, Tennessee 74

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Story originally appeared on LSU Tigers Wire