Another deep run in the Southeastern Conference Tournament has clinched another host site for the LSU Tigers.

Baton Rouge was one of the 16 regional sites unveiled by the NCAA Sunday night.

LSU was considered just outside the top 16 going into the SEC tournament, but wins over South Carolina, Auburn and Mississippi State were enough to keep the Tigers at home.

In addition to Baton Rouge, the Southeastern Conference was awarded five other sites:  Nashville (Vanderbilt), Athens (Georgia), Starkville (Mississippi State), Oxford (Ole Miss) and  Fayetteville (Arkansas).

Others who will be hosting include Atlanta (Georgia Tech), Los Angeles (UCLA), Palo Alto (Stanford), Corvallis (Oregon State), Stillwater (Oklahoma State), Lubbock (Texas Tech), Greenville (East Carolina), Louisville, Chapel Hill (North Carolina) and Morgantown (West Virginia).

The seedings and pairings for the NCAA Tournament will be released Monday at 11 AM (CDT).