SEC Volleyball Players Of The Week > SEC > NEWS
  • JOIN THE SECNATION   Register / Login

    SEC Volleyball Players Of The Week

    The Southeastern Conference announced its volleyball weekly honors Monday, recognizing outstanding performances on the court from the week of Nov. 18 through Nov. 24.

    Lisa Henning
    Outside Hitter, Missouri
    6-1  • Sr. • Blue Springs, Mo.
    • Averaged 5.25 points and 4.67 kills per set on .453 hitting, including a 17-kill outing with a .556 attack clip at No. 16 Kentucky 
    • Had 11 kills on .346 hitting in Mizzou’s 3-0 win over Mississippi State to help Mizzou claim the school’s first-ever SEC Championship 
    • Also averaged 2.00 digs per set on the week and added five blocks on the defensive end
    Heather Reynolds
    Libero, Texas A&M
    6-0  • Sr. • Wharton, Texas
    • Averaged 6.62 digs per set as the Aggies went 1-1 on the road
    • Had a career-high 35 digs in a win over Georgia, marking the most digs by an A&M player in the rally scoring era 
    • Had only one reception error in 56 attempts for a 98.2 reception percentage for the week
    Brittany Thomas
    Outside Hitter, Alabama
    6-0  • Chandler, Ariz.
    • Had 33 kills in a 2-0 weekend for the Crimson Tide, averaged 6.16 points, 5.50 kills and 2.83 digs per set 
    • Opened the weekend with a 15-kill performance against Ole Miss, added a team-high nine digs vs. the Rebels 
    • Closed the weekend with 18 kills in a win over Tennessee, had a career-best .452 hitting percentage against the Lady Vols
    • Katherine Culwell (OH, Auburn) – Became the 14th player in Auburn history with 1,000 kills, reached the milestone by posting 11 kills vs. Ole Miss
    • Chloe Mann (MB, Florida) – Helped Florida to a .416 team-hitting efficiency vs. Tennessee; became the NCAA career record holder for hitting efficiency (.473 career clip)        
    • Whitney Billings (RS, Kentucky) – Recorded her 39th career double-double against Texas A&M (15 kills, 10 digs), her 15 kills vs. A&M marked a three-set high for the season
    • Carly Kan (OH, Missouri) – Averaged 4.00 kills and 3.50 digs per set last week as Mizzou clinched its first ever SEC title
    • Chloe Buckendahl (OH, Georgia) – Posted a career-best 17 kills and added 20 digs, one shy of her career-high, in a five-set loss to Texas A&M
    • Emily Helm (L, Arkansas) – Totaled 35 digs over the weekend, including a 20-dig performance in a sweep of Mississippi State; averaged 5.83 digs per set  
    • Angela Lowak (OH, Texas A&M) – Had a career-high and match high 23 kills on .351 hitting to lead Texas A&M to a 3-2 win at Georgia
    • Alexandra Morgan (MB, Kentucky) – Blocked a team-high eight shots in a sweep of Texas A&M, added 10 kills on .529 hitting; averaged 2.83 kills and 1.83 blocks per set last week 
    • Ellen Mullins (L, Tennessee) – Had 11 digs vs. No. 7 Florida to become UT's all-time career digs leader with 1,756 scoops; averaged 4.56 digs per set on the week
    • Sarah Wroblicky (L, Auburn) – Tallied 24 digs in a win over Ole Miss and broke the Auburn single-season digs record; now has 481 digs on the season
    • Roxanne McVey (L, Mississippi State) – Broke the MSU single-season digs record after posting 15 digs vs. No. 4 Missouri; averaged 5.17 digs per set last week
    • Sarah Meister (L, Missouri) – Averaged 5.67 digs per set in an undefeated weekend for Mizzou; converted 40 of her 41 serve receptions
    • Barbara Dapic (OPP, Arkansas) – Registered a .591 hitting percentage over the weekend and added 10 blocks on the defensive end; averaged 2.50 kills and 1.67 blocks per set last week
    • Jazzmin Babers (MB, Texas A&M) – Averaged 1.50 kills and 1.75 blocks per set last week; had a match-high nine blocks in a win over Georgia 
    • Briana Holman (MB, LSU) – Averaged 3.00 kills and 1.17 blocks per set last week; had 11 kills on 14 swings en route to a career-best .786 hitting clip at No. 7 Florida 
    • Cati Leak (OH/RS, LSU) – Posted 4.00 kills per set and connected for a .478 hitting percentage during LSU’s sweep of South Carolina, her second-highest career output
    • Taylor Scott (OH, Mississippi State) – Posted a .324 hitting percentage (14-3-34) against No. 4 Missouri, a career-best against ranked opponents