SEC teams were well represented in this year’s postseason field in college softball.

The field is set, and regionals begin on May 20, followed by the Super Regionals and then the Women’s College World Series, which will be June 2-9 (or 10th) in Oklahoma City.

“This committee really rewarded the teams that went out and played a strong schedule, early on, pre-conference, as well as well as winning their conferences,” ESPN analyst Michelle Smith said during the NCAA Softball Selection Show on ESPN2. ”

Arkansas as the No. 4 seed will host the Fayetteville Regional, and like all the games, will be played May 20-22.

Arkansas ace and SEC Pitcher of the Year Chenise Delce helped lead the Razorbacks to the program’s first ever SEC Tournament title after they won the regular season SEC title outright.

Alabama is a No. 6 seed and will face Chattanooga to open play. Kentucky is in the Blacksburg Regional, which is hosted by Virginia Tech. Mississippi State will be in the Tallahassee Regional. Texas A&M will be in the Norman Regional. LSU will play in the Tempe Regional. Auburn will play in the Clemson Regional. Georgia will play in the Durham Regional.

Tennessee, as an 11-seed, will host the Knoxville Regional. Floria, as a 14-seed, will host the Gainesville Regional. Missouri, as a 15-seed, will host the Columbia Regional.