The SEC baseball tournament bracket is set, and games will begin on Tuesday in Hoover, Alabama.

Arkansas on Friday clinched the Razorbacks’ first regular-season SEC championship since 2004 and the Razorbacks’ first outright overall title since 1999.

Arkansas, the nation’s unanimous top-ranked team, also clinched its 10th SEC series win of the year. The Hogs and the 2013 Vanderbilt Commodores are now the only two SEC teams in history to win all their conference series in a season.

Kentucky used a five-run ninth inning to shock Vanderbilt, and send the Commodores, which came into Saturday in first place in the East, to the 4-seed. The result meant Tennessee won the SEC East.

The SEC has said that it would monitor attendance each day and will continue to make tickets available based on supporting a healthy environment for fans.

Single session reserved tickets will sell for $24 each and can be purchased at or by calling 1-877-332-7804.

Seeds 5-12 will play in a single elimination format on Tuesday, followed by traditional double-elimination play Wednesday-Friday. The tournament will return to single elimination play on Saturday. A total of 17 games are scheduled to be played throughout the week with the championship game scheduled for Sunday, May 30 at 2 p.m. CT on ESPN2.

SEC Tournament standings

1. Arkansas 22-8 … beat Florida
2. Tennessee 20-10 … beat South Carolina
3. Miss. State 20-10 … beat Alabama
4. Vanderbilt 19-10 … lost to Kentucky
5. Ole Miss 18-12 … lost to Georgia
6. Florida 17-13 … lost to Arkansas
7. South Carolina 16-14 … lost to Tennessee
8. Georgia 13-17 … beat Ole Miss
9. LSU 13-17 … beat Texas A&M
10. Alabama 12-17 … lost to Miss. State
11. Kentucky 12-18 … beat Vanderbilt
12. Auburn 10-20 … lost to Missouri

Eliminated from the SEC Tournament
13. Texas A&M 9-21 … lost to LSU
14. Missouri 8-22 … beat Auburn