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    SEC Volleyball Players Of The Week

    The Southeastern Conference released its latest volleyball players of the week honors on Monday, recognizing outstanding performances from around the league in another week of action on the court.
     

    SEC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
    Lisa Henning
    Outside Hitter, Missouri
    6-1  • Sr. • Blue Springs, Mo.
     
    • Had 17 kills on .500 hitting (17-2-30) in a sweep at No. 5 Florida. The win clinched Mizzou’s first 30-win season since 1978 and its first in the NCAA Tournament era (1981-present) 
    • Added seven kills, six digs and two blocks in a sweep of South Carolina on Sunday
    • Averaged 4.00 kills, 1.67 digs and 0.67 blocks per set last week, also hit a combined .452 over the weekend as the Tigers went undefeated in a pair of road matches
     
    SEC CO-DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
    Alexandra Morgan
    Middle Blocker, Kentucky
    6-1  • Sr. • Birmingham, Ala.
     
    • Had a career-high 11 rejections in a sweep of Mississippi State, which marked the most blocks by a Wildcat in a single match in the 25-point rally scoring era 
    • Against Ole Miss, she led the squad with six total blocks to run her weekend average to 2.83 blocks per set
     
    SEC CO-DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
    Roxanne McVey
    Libero, Mississippi State
    5-9  • So. • Magnolia, Texas
     
    • Had back-to-back 25-plus dig performances against No. 17 Kentucky and Georgia, totaled 53 total digs over the weekend (7.57 digs per set average) 
    • Posted eight digs in the first set alone Sunday afternoon to help MSU steal the first frame from Georgia. She also helped hold the 17th-ranked Wildcats to a .186 hitting clip
     
    SEC FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK
    Jazzmin Babers
    Middle Blocker, Texas AM
    6-2  • Charleston, Ill.
     
    • Led all players and tied her career-high with 10 kills while hitting .529 in the sweep against Auburn as Texas A&M won its fifth consecutive match and completed a 3-0 week without dropping a set. Babers also added a match-high nine blocks vs. AU on the defensive end
    • Had only three attack errors in three matches, hit .444 for the week and averaged 1.33 blocks, 2.11 kills and 2.83 points per set
     
     
    OTHER TOP PERFORMANCES
     
    • Shelby Sullivan (MB, Texas A&M) – Led A&M with 4.89 points, 3.67 kills and 1.33 blocks per set and an overall .574 hitting percentage as the Aggies extended their win streak to five matches
    • Briana Holman (MB, LSU) – Blocked 2.08 shots per set during LSU’s three matches last week; tied her career-high with 14 blocks against Tennessee
    • Brittany Northcutt (OH, Georgia) – Posted a double-double in each match last week; helped Georgia to a pair of come-from-behind road wins that gave the Bulldogs their first 20-win season since 2002
    • Gabby Mallette (OH, Florida) – Had a team-high 11 kills and hit .500 (11-1-20) in a sweep of Alabama, her sixth double-digit kill effort in conference play 
    • Kimmy Gardiner (OPP, Mississippi State) – Posted a match-best 14 kills against Georgia Sunday afternoon after turning in eight against the 17th-ranked Wildcats
    • Emily Thater (MB, Missouri) – Hit .750 over the weekend and was a perfect 7-0-7, including six kills in the second set, in a win at No. 5 Florida  
    • Camila Jersonsky (MB, Auburn) – Recorded career-high 19 kills and hit .425 in five-set win over LSU
    • Elena Perri (MB, Georgia) – Tallied 12 total blocks in a 2-0 week for Georgia; had a season-high eight blocks vs. Ole Miss, one shy of her career-best
    • Sarah Wroblicky (L, Auburn) – Posted 44 digs in two matches last week; had career-high 33 digs in five-set win over LSU, the fourth-most in a single match in school history        
    • Heather Reynolds (L, Texas A&M) – Averaged 4.89 digs per set and helped lead A&M to a .329 hitting percentage and three consecutive sweeps during the week
    • Ellen Mullins (L, Tennessee) – Recorded 42 digs last week and averaged 5.25 dps; had no reception errors through eight sets over the weekend