SEC Player of the Week - Florida's Hannah Sipos, a freshman infielder from Cooper City, Calif.,posted a .636 batting average (7-11) with two runs scored and three RBI in a 4-0 week for the Gators. Sipos batted .700 in the series sweep at Texas A&M and registered her first collegiate home run in game 1 Friday night. On the week, she posted a 1.000 slugging percentage and a .636 on-base percentage.
SEC Pitcher of the Week - Alabama's Sarah Cornell, a junior right-hander from Westbury, N.Y.,recorded two wins over No. 13/19 Georgia, throwing a complete-game victory in game 1 Saturday before earning the win in relief in game 3 Monday night. In the series opener, Cornell allowed just one run on two hits and struck out five. She returned to the circle in the fourth inning of the series finale, retiring all seven batters she faced. Cornell held her opponents to a .067 batting average.
SEC Freshman of the Week - Tennessee' Kaitlin Parsons, a freshman designated player/shortstop from Long Beach, Calif., led the Lady Vols with her .571 batting average in the series sweep over Mississippi State. Parsons tallied four runs scored, four RBI, three walks and a stolen base vs. the Bulldogs. On the week, she owned a .857 slugging percentage and a .700 on-base percentage.