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Week 11: Volleyball Players of the Week

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Photo: Florida Athletics

SEC Volleyball Week 11 Player of the Week
Carli Snyder • Florida
Senior • OH • 6-1 • Macomb, Mich.

Offensive Player of the Week
Carli Snyder • Florida
Senior • OH • 6-1 • Macomb, Mich.

Snyder averaged 5.17 points and 4.50 kills per set as the Gators added two road wins to their credit. She began the week with 15 kills with no errors on 29 attempts in Florida's win at No. 6 Kentucky. Snyder also contributed eight digs and two total blocks. On Sunday at Tennessee, she recorded her seventh double-double of the season with a match-high 12 kills and 13 digs, along with four totals blocks and one ace.

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

Alhassan averaged 2.17 blocks per set in over a pair of road wins for the Gators. She tallied a match-high seven blocks in Florida's win at No. 6 Kentucky, helping her team hold a Top 10 team at or below a .170 clip for the third time this season-something no Florida team has done in the same season in statistical records dating back to 1997. Alhassan registered six blocks in Florida's win at Tennessee, en route to becoming the program's all-time blocks leader.

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

Donovan ran the Bulldogs' offense to two sweeps on the weekend as Georgia hit .305 in six sets played. The sophomore setter handed out 77 assists for 12.8 assists per set. She also played a key defensive role this weekend, picking up 24 digs to co-lead the team. On Sunday at Alabama, Donovan recorded her eighth double-double of the season with 35 assists and a career-high 19 digs.

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

Ceasar led the Bulldogs offensively this week, tallying 5.83 kills per set and hitting .433 on the outside. She set a new season high with a .517 hitting clip in the sweep of Mississippi State Friday. Her 18-kill, 10-dig performance was her seventh double-double this season. Ceasar has recorded double-digit kills in seven straight matches, nine of the last 10, with a total of 20 this season to lead the team. Her three blocks in each match tied a season high.