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    SEC Volleyball Players Of The Week

    SEC VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK (Oct. 1 – Oct. 7)

    SEC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
    Živa Recek
    Outside Hitter, Florida
    6-0 • Fr. • Kočevje, Slovenia


    • Led Florida to a 2-0 week with wins over Arkansas and Kentucky. The Gators improved to 7-0 in conference play and won their 10th consecutive match overall
    •Hit .345 with 13 kills, six digs and four blocks in Florida’s 3-0 sweep of Arkansas
    •Tallied a match-high 19 kills in Florida’s comeback win over Kentucky, including eight errorless kills (.533) in the third set when UF trailed the match 0-2. Recek added eight digs and a pair of aces in the win over UK

    SEC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
    Ellen Mullins
    Libero, Tennessee
    5-6  • Jr. • Nashville, Tenn.


    • Recorded a career-high 34 digs in a five set win over Missouri, the second-highest dig total in the 25-point rally scoring era at UT
    • Tallied 48 digs on the week for a 4.80 digs per set average
    • Added 11 assists (1.10 aps) and three aces (0.30 aps) over the weekend, including seven assists versus the Tigers

    SEC FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK
    Jasmine Eaton
    Middle Blocker, Georgia
    6-1  • Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.


    • Averaged 2.45 points, 1.20 blocks and 0.30 aces per set in a pair of road matches for Georgia
    • Recorded nine kills and a season-high eight blocks in a win at LSU, helping Georgia to its first win in Baton Rouge since 2001
    • Tallied five kills, a season-high six digs and four blocks in a 3-2 loss at Tennessee

    OTHER TOP PERFORMANCES

    • Malorie Pardo (S, LSU) – Dished out 13.75 assists per set in a pair of matches last week; recorded a career-best 64 assists and added 14 digs in a five-set loss to Georgia
    • Kayla Jeter (OH, Tennessee) – Posted a career-high 27 kills in a 3-2 win over Georgia, added 12 digs for her first double-double of the season
    • Lisa Henning (OH, Missouri) – Recorded a pair of double-doubles last week, including a 25 kill, 17 dig outing at Tennessee
    • Amanda Anderson (MB, Arkansas) – Averaged 3.57 kills and 1.14 blocks per set in a 1-1 week for Arkansas
    • Allie Sawatzky (S, Texas A&M) – Directed a balanced Texas A&M offense that hit above .350 in each match as the Aggies took over sole possession of first place in the SEC Western Division
    • Lauren O’Conner (OH, Kentucky) – Averaged 3.62 kills per set in a 1-1 week for UK; hit .464 for the week
    • Madie Jones (OH, LSU) – Averaged 5.12 kills per set on a .313 hitting percentage as LSU split a pair of matches
    • Tiffany Baker (OH, Tennessee) – Posted career-highs in kills (23) and digs (16) in a five set win over Missouri
    • Briana Bahr (RS, Georgia) – Recorded a new career-best in kills against LSU with 19
    • Kara Morgan (OH, Ole Miss) – Had a team-high 14 kills in a 3-1 loss to Arkansas
    • Stephanie Klefot (L, Kentucky) – Charted 37 digs in a pair of SEC road matches for UK; moved into sole possession of seventh place in the SEC career record books in digs
    • Whitney Little (MB, Missouri) – Tallied 2.11 blocks per set in a 1-1 week for Missouri; leads the SEC in blocks per set in league matches (2.03 bps)
    • Chloe Mann (MB, Florida) – Averaged 1.50 blocks per set last week; blocked six shots vs. Arkansas to aid the Gators to the most blocks in a 3-set match (16.5) since Nov. 25, 2006
    • Elena Perri (MB, Georgia) – Posted 16 blocks last week for a 1.60 bps average
    • Sierra Wilson (S, Alabama) – Had 42 assists and 14 digs against Missouri to notch her team leading fourth double‐double of the season
    • Cristina Arenas (L, Alabama) – Recorded a match‐high and a career‐high 30 digs in the four‐set match against Missouri, the Tide’s only match of the week