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    SEC Volleyball Players Of The Week

    SEC VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK (Oct. 14 – Oct. 20)
     
    SEC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
    Molly Kreklow
    Setter, Missouri
    6-0  • Sr. • Delano, Minn.
     
    • Averaged 12.12 assists and 2.38 digs per set while guiding Mizzou to .347 hitting on the week, including a .303 mark in a win over No. 2 Florida, Missouri’s first ever win over a top-five opponent 
    • Set Mizzou to a .471 clip in the decisive fourth set against Florida as well with 17 kills and just one error; also tallied her eighth double-double of the year (11 digs, 45 assists) in the win over UF   
    • Dished out a season-best 52 assists (13.00 per set) in the Tigers’ four-set win over Georgia; the senior had six kills vs. the Bulldogs on .625 hitting
     
    SEC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
    Sarah Wroblicky
    Libero, Auburn
    5-6  • Sr. • Irvine, Calif.
     
    • Had her fourth and fifth 20+ dig matches of the season this weekend; averaged 5.88 digs per set in an undefeated weekend for AU 
    • Recorded a season-high 26 digs in win over Texas A&M and a career-best for her in a four-set match 
    • Had 42 serve receptions without an error on the weekend
     
    SEC FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK
    Krystal Rivers
    Middle Blocker, Alabama
    5-11  • Birmingham, Ala.
     
    • Paced the Crimson Tide with 32 kills to average 4.57 kills per set in wins over Texas A&M and LSU; had just three errors to post a .518 hitting percentage over the weekend   
    • Had 16 kills with just one hitting error (16-1-20) for a career-high .750 hitting percentage against the Aggies 
    • Tallied 16 kills (4.00 kps) with a .389 hitting percentage against LSU
     
    OTHER TOP PERFORMANCES
     
    • Alex Holston (RS, Florida) – Tallied a career-high 17 kills vs. No. 18 Missouri, hit .525 on the weekend (26-5-40)
    • Mattie Weldy (OH, Alabama) – Averaged 3.86 kills per set with a .385 hitting percentage (27-7-52) for the Tide
    • Stephanie Campbell (MB, Auburn) – Had career-high 13 kills against Texas A&M, hit double-digit kills in each of the last three matches
    • Taylor Scott (OH, Mississippi State) – Averaged 4.50 kills and 4.00 digs per set in a pair of sweeps over South Carolina and Tennessee, MSU’s first consecutive conference sweeps in school history
    • Jasmine Eatmon (MB, Georgia) – Averaged 3.25 points and 1.00 blocks per set last week, also hit .439 (21-3-41) in a pair of matches against No. 18 Missouri and Arkansas
    • Kryssi Daniels (L, Alabama) – Matched her career-high with a match-high 20 digs in a four-set win over LSU, averaged 4.57 digs per set last week
    • Roxanne McVey (L, Mississippi State) – Paced the Bulldogs to their first SEC wins of the season, averaged 5.83 digs and 1.33 assists per set last week 
    • Taylor Unroe (L, Florida) – Recorded double-digit digs in both of Florida’s matches this weekend, averaged 4.62 digs per set 
    • Emily Helm (L, Arkansas) – Totaled 39 digs during the weekend, including a 23-dig performance in the Razorbacks’ four-set win over Georgia
    • Carly Kan (OH, Missouri) – Averaged 3.25 kills per set on .323 hitting and tallied a pair of double-doubles on the weekend, the third and fourth of her career
    • Kimmy Gardiner (OPP, Mississippi State) – Posted back-to-back double-doubles and her ninth of the season, was served at 41 times with no errors
    • Aubrey Edie (S, Ole Miss) – Dished out a career-high 48 assists in a four-set win over Tennessee, averaged 11.38 assists per set in a 1-1 week for Ole Miss
    • Shelby Sullivan (MB, Texas A&M) – Registered a career-high 15 kills while also posting a personal best .636 hitting percentage (min. 10 kills) at Alabama
    • Ellen Mullins (L, Tennessee) – Scooped up 41 digs in two matches over the weekend, averaged 5.87 digs per set 
    • Lexi Dempsey (S, Tennessee) – Recorded her 13th double-double this year, dished out 33 assists and had 10 digs at Mississippi State; also handed out 38 helpers at Ole Miss