SEC PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Raven Chavanne - Tennessee
3B • Sr. • Thousand Oaks, Calif.
Chavanne scored or drove in 11 of UT’s 28 runs (39.3 percent of scoring) to help Tennessee to a 4-0 week with wins over Murray State and a sweep of No. 5/4 Texas A&M. She had the game-winning three-run HR in the sixth on Friday against A&M and scored the game-winning run on Sunday to complete the Lady Vols sweep. Chavanne tallied four consecutive multi-hit games this week, her longest streak of the season, and tied her career-high with three stolen bases vs. Murray State. She finished the week batting .750 (9-for-12) with six runs and five RBIs.
SEC PITCHER OF THE WEEK
Hannah Rogers - Florida
Jr. • Lake Wales, Fla.
Rogers made four appearances in the circle last week, allowed no runs through 19.0 innings pitched and fanned 26 batters, an average of 6.5 per appearance. She picked up three wins to improve to 17-2 in the circle and lowered her ERA to 0.84 in conference play, ranking second in the SEC through league games. Rogers tossed two complete-game shutouts against Arkansas and one combined against USC Upstate as UF collaborated to one-hit the Spartans last Wednesday, the 13th combined one-hitter in UF history.
SEC FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK
Geri Ann Glasco - Georgia
P/1B • Watkinsville, Ga.
Glasco helped pace the Georgia offense last week, hitting .600 (6-for-10) with six hits, five of which were home runs. She added eight RBIs and seven runs and became the first Georgia player since Megan Wiggins in 2010 to hit a home run in four-straight games. Glasco recorded her first multi-home run game on Saturday vs. Ole Miss and is tied for most HRs on the team with 12. She also led Georgia in the circle and moved to 15-1 on the year after picking up three wins last week.