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Week 13: Volleyball Players of the Week

605 days ago
SEC Staff
Photo: Kentucky Athletics

SEC Volleyball Week 13 Player of the Week
Kaz Brown • Kentucky
Senior • MB • 6-4 • Waterloo, Iowa

Offensive Player of the Week
Kaz Brown • Kentucky
Senior • MB • 6-4 • Waterloo, Iowa

Brown averaged 5.67 points and 4.67 kills per set this past weekend. In Kentucky's sweep of Ole Miss, she recorded a season-best 18 kills, two off her career high which she set two years ago. Brown committed just one error in the two matches and hit .659 on 41 swings. Her two matches were her fifth and sixth matches over .600. On the defensive end, she registered nine total blocks over six sets.

Defensive Player of the Week
Alyssa Munlyn • Missouri
Junior • MB • 6-2 • Suwanee, Ga.

Munlyn averaged 2.25 blocks per set as the Tigers picked up two more conference wins this past weekend. She posted 13 total blocks in Missouri's win over Arkansas Sunday, matching her 2017 season high mark and tying the most single-match blocks by an individual in program history.

Setter of the Week
Madison Lilley • Kentucky
Freshman • 6-1 • Overland Park, Kan.

Lilley averaged 12.17 assists per set this past weekend. She put up 85 assists, including 47 in the three-set win against Ole Miss, which is an individual record for a three-set match. Lilley helped the team hit .395 over the two sets, while the team produced 107 kills in the two matches. UK set a three-set school record against Ole Miss with 57 kills in a match and 47 total assists.

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

Ceasar led the Georgia offense in both matches this weekend. She started with 11 kills at Kentucky, then followed up with a double-double performance at Tennessee with 14 kills and 15 digs. Ceasar hit .312 in the sweep of the Lady Vols. The double-double was her eighth this season while she extended her double-digit kill streak to 10 matches