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Week 4: Volleyball Players of the Week

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

Offensive Player of the Week
Pilar Victoria • Arkansas
Redshirt Senior • OH • 5-11 • Caguas, Puerto Rico

Victoria was named MVP of the SMU Doubletree Classic after averaging 5.75 kills, 6.50 points and 2.25 digs per set along with her .382 hitting percentage. In the weekend finale, she registered her third 30-kill outing of the season with 31 kills and a .355 hitting percentage in a five-set win over SMU. With her 22nd kill, Victoria tallied the 800th kill of her Razorback career. She added 10 digs to complete her seventh double-double of the season. Victoria had 15 kills on 27 swings with just three errors (.444) against Sam Houston State to begin the weekend. The Razorbacks' co-captain continues to lead the SEC and NCAA with 6.31 kills per set and 6.83 digs per set.

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

Alhassan was named to the Gator Invitational All-Tournament Team after averaging 2.60 blocks per set last weekend. She posted 12 blocks in a win over Lipscomb, tying the third-highest single-match block total in program history for the rally-scoring era. Alhassan's 26 blocks this past weekend moved her into third in school history in career blocks (530). She also moved into second in school history in career block assists (452) with 25 this weekend. On the week, Alhassan hit .404 with 28 kills and six digs.

Setter of the Week
Meghan Donovan • Georgia
Sophomore • 6-2 • St. Louis, Mo.

Donovan registered 125 assists over three matches for the Bulldogs this past week, good for an average of 11.36 per set. Her team-leading 503 assists this season have propelled Georgia to its second-place ranking in the SEC in assists. Donovan also tabbed four service aces on the week, as the Bulldogs continue to lead the league in service aces. In addition, she registered two double-digit dig efforts in Georgia's wins over Texas Tech and Georgia Tech at the Ramsey Center.

Freshman of the Week
T'ara Ceasar • Georgia
Freshman • OH • 6-1 • Panama City, Fla.

Ceasar led her squad with 52 kills on the week, averaging 4.73 per set, along with a .330 hitting percentage and 5.41 points and 4.18 digs per set. The freshman and her teammate, Rachel Ritchie, totaled 20-plus kills against Texas Tech, which is the first time any Georgia duo has each collected 18 or more kills in one match in program history since 2012, which the freshmen tandem has done twice this season. Ranking second in the SEC in service aces and first as a team, Ceasar added six to her season total of 24, including five against Georgia Tech on Friday.