Player of the Week: Christin Stewart, Tennessee
• Hit .500 over four starts this week, including a triple and three home runs with 10 RBI, tops on the team in all categories.
• Reached base via walk a team-high five times this past week.
• Hit two home runs in Wednesday's game at Arkansas State, becoming the first Tennessee player to accomplish the feat since Ethan Bennett hit two homers against Alabama A&M on March 15, 2011.
• Against Ole Miss, went 5-for-11 (.455) with one triple, one homer and five RBI over three games.
• Went 2-for-3 with two runs scored and three RBI in the series opener at Ole Miss on Friday whiling also reaching base twice via walk.
• Hit 2-for-5 with one RBI in Saturday's 6-3 win for the Vols.
• Drove in one run with a 1-for-3 performance in Sunday's series-clinching 4-2 win for Tennessee.
• Improved his season numbers to a .320 batting average with nine home runs and 30 RBI.
Pitcher of the Week: Tanner Houck, Missouri
• Carried a one-hit shutout into the eighth inning against No. 4 Florida, earning his fifth win of the season in a 10-1 Mizzou win, helping Mizzou tally its first series win over a top-five team since 2008.
• Retired 21 of the first 22 batters that he faced, turning in six strikeouts against no walks.
• Allowed just one base runner in the first 22 batters he faced against a Florida team that came into the weekend into the weekend hitting .305 as a team.
• Limited UF to just four hits (four total baserunners).
• In his last three starts, all against top-10 teams (two top-five teams), Houck is 2-0 with a 1.96 ERA in 23.0 IP with just 20 hits, five earned runs and two walks against 17 strikeouts.
• Was a huge factor in holding Florida to just 20 hits over the three-game series, a season-low for the top-five Gators.
• Now ranks 14th in the SEC in ERA, 11th in Ks, second in innings pitched, fifth in wins and second in walks allowed.
Co-Freshman of the Week: Kyle Wright, Vanderbilt
• Wright earned wins in both outings during the week thanks to a combined 7.1 scoreless innings against Wofford and Georgia.
• In his start on Tuesday vs. the Terriers, he tossed five scoreless innings as the Commodores recorded the team's seventh shutout win of the season.
• The freshman dominated the first four innings against Wofford scattering only two hits before working out of a bases loaded jam in his final frame.
• He picked up the win out of the bullpen on Sunday as the Commodores swept Georgia.
• The right-hander turned in 2.1 scoreless innings as the Dores rallied late for the victory.
Co-Freshman of the Week: Austin Bain, LSU
· Pitched brilliantly in relief on Saturday to help lead LSU to a 13-inning win over Alabama that clinched a three-game sweep of the SEC series.
· Bain entered the game in the bottom of the first inning with LSU trailing 4-2 and the bases loaded with two out; he retired the first two batters he faced to end the threat and pitched all the way through the seventh inning.
· Bain worked a career-long 6.2 shutout innings and he threw 93 pitches in the outing. He allowed just three hits with one walk and a career-high nine strikeouts.
· Bain combined with two other LSU relievers to blank Alabama over the final 12.2 innings of the Tigers' 6-4, 13-inning win.