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Week 10: Volleyball Players of the Week

19 days ago
SEC Staff
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SEC Volleyball Week 10 Player of the Week
Brenna McIlory • Auburn
Junior • OH • 5-11 • Garland, Texas

Offensive Player of the Week
Brenna McIlory • Auburn
Junior • OH • 5-11 • Garland, Texas

McIlroy helped Auburn snap a five-match skid with a win at South Carolina Sunday. She registered a season-best 17 kills along with 17 digs in the win for her fifth double-double of the season. McIlory averaged 4.63 points and 4.25 kills per set against the Gamecocks.

Co-Defensive Player of the Week
Rhamat Alhassan • Florida
Senior • MB • 6-4 • Glenarden, Md.

Alhassan broke the school record for career block assists (512) and moved within seven total blocks of breaking the school's 14-year-old school record of 601. She averaged 2.40 blocks per set, and posted six blocks (two solo) in just two sets in a road sweep of Mississippi State.

Alyssa Munlyn • Missouri
Junior • MB • 6-2 • Suwanee, Ga.

Munlyn posted four solo blocks & 16 total blocks (2.00 blocks per set) in Mizzou's 2-0 stretch on the road this past week. She recorded her four solo blocks at Ole Miss, which matched her single-match career high. Munlyn recorded eight total blocks in each match this past week, marking her sixth and seventh match this year with 8+ blocks.

Setter of the Week
Rachel Rippee • Arkansas
Sophomore • 6-0 • Springfield, Mo.

Rippee averaged 12.11 assists per set in a pair of road matches. She dished out 50 assists and guided the Razorbacks to a .336 hitting percentage in the team's match at Georgia. It marked Arkansas' seventh match of the season with a .300 or higher hitting percentage. Rippee closed out the week by tying her career high with 59 assists in a comeback, five-set win at Ole Miss. In the fifth set, she directed the Razorbacks to a .500 hitting percentage to secure the win.

Freshman of the Week
Rachel Ritchie • Georgia
Freshman • OH • 5-11 • San Juan Capistrano, Calif.

Ritchie was the team leader in kills this week, guiding the Bulldogs in both matches in the category. Her .328 hitting clip was the second highest on the squad. Ritchie laid down 18 kills in the four-set win over Arkansas Wednesday, then followed with 14 against Mizzou off the bench. The double-digit kill games were the 17th and 18th of her rookie campaign. On the week, Ritchie averaged 4.25 points and 4.00 kills per set.