SEC Offensive Player of the Week - Texas A&M's Hollann Hans, a senior outside hitter from Corpus Christi, Texas, averaged 6.66 points and 5.89 kills per set as the Aggies picked up road wins at Mississippi State and Ole Miss this past weekend. Hans posted her 30th career double-double and seventh of the season after finishing with 32 kills and 14 digs at Ole Miss. Her 32 kills tied her career high as well as the Texas A&M program record for the most kills in a five-set SEC match.
SEC Co-Defensive Players of the Week - Florida's Allie Gregory, a senior libero from Louisville, Ky., recorded 31 digs in wins over South Carolina and at LSU this past week. Gregory's 18 digs against the Tigers moved her into ninth place all-time in Florida's record books for career digs (1,174).
Kentucky's Gabby Curry, a junior libero from Buford, Ga., registered 31 digs in road wins over Tennessee and Alabama this past week. Curry's efforts helped UK hold its opponents to a collective .124 hitting percentage on the week.
SEC Setter of the Week - Kentucky's Madison Lilley, a junior from Overland, Park, Kan., averaged 13.33 assists per set as the Wildcats earned a pair of road wins. Lilley helped UK post a .417 hitting percentage this past week with 80 total assists. Her 43 assists against Tennessee marked her ninth match this season with 40+ assists, including three of the last four matches.
SEC Freshman of the Week - LSU's Samarah Hill, an outside hitter from Oviedo, Fla., averaged 4.21 points, 3.57 digs and 3.00 kills per set and posted a .391 hitting percentage on the week. Hill helped the Tigers to a victory over Alabama on Friday, tallying a team-high 13 kills and adding seven digs to go along with a career-high five aces and a career-high .393 hitting percentage. She recorded a career-high 18 digs against No. 13 Florida on Sunday.