SEC Offensive Player of the Week - Missouri's Kylie Deberg, a junior outside hitter from Hudson, Iowa, averaged 5.50 points and 4.78 kills per set in the Tigers' wins at LSU and over Texas A&M this past week. Deberg produced her fourth and fifth consecutive matches with 20+ kills, giving her six on the season, which is the most 20+ kill matches in a season by a Mizzou player since 2016.
SEC Defensive Player of the Week - Kentucky's Leah Meyer, a graduate student middle blocker from Buffalo, N.Y., recorded 13 total blocks in wins over South Carolina and No. 12 Florida this past weekend. Meyer helped UK hold its opponents to a combined .118 hitting percentage on the week with six blocks against the Gamecocks and seven against the Gators.
SEC Setter of the Week - Georgia's Meghan Donovan, a senior from St. Louis, Mo., averaged 13.57 assists per set in wins over Tennessee and Alabama at Stegeman Coliseum this past weekend. Donovan helped the Bulldogs post a .263 hitting percentage as she tallied 48 assists against the Lady Volunteers and a double-double of 47 assists and 15 digs against the Crimson Tide.
SEC Freshman of the Week - Georgia's Kacie Evans, an outside hitter from Wadsworth, Ohio, averaged 5.00 points, 4.86 kills and 3.00 digs per set in a 2-0 week for the Bulldogs. Evans recorded the first double-doubles of her career with a career-high 19 kills and 10 digs against Tennessee, followed by 15 kills and a career-high 11 digs against Alabama.