SEC Co-Offensive Players of the Week - Florida's Thayer Hall, a sophomore outside hitter from Spartanburg, S.C., averaged 4.93 points and 4.00 kills per set in wins over Alabama and Tennessee this past weekend. Hall registered 15 kills, five digs, three total blocks and a career-high .484 hitting percentage against the Crimson Tide. She notched her ninth double-double of the season with 13 kills and 11 digs vs. the Lady Vols.
South Carolina's Mikayla Robinson, a junior middle blocker from West Dundee, Ill., averaged 4.25 points and 3.67 kills per set and owned a .559 hitting percentage in wins over Tennessee and Alabama this past weekend. Against the Lady Vols, Robinson had 11 kills and no errors on a .647 hitting percentage. She also tallied 11 kills against the Crimson Tide. Robinson closed out the week with six total blocks.
SEC Defensive Player of the Week - Kentucky's Gabby Curry, a junior libero from Buford, Ga., averaged 5.57 digs per set as UK picked up wins over LSU and Ole Miss this past week. Curry has 29 digs against Ole Miss, setting a career high for most digs in an SEC match.
SEC Setter of the Week - Missouri's Andrea Fuentes, a redshirt sophomore from San Juan, Puerto Rico, averaged 14.83 assists per set in Mizzou's wins over Arkansas and Mississippi State this past weekend. Fuentes began the week with 38 assists against the Razorbacks, and then recorded 51 assists vs. the Bulldogs, the most assists by an individual in a three-set SEC match this season. She helped the Tiger offense post a .380 hitting percentage over the two matches.
SEC Freshman of the Week - South Carolina's McKenzie Moorman, a left side/outside hitter from Elmhurst, Ill., averaged 4.00 points and 3.40 kills per set and posted a .607 hitting percentage in a 2-0 week for the Gamecocks. In her first collegiate start, Moorman recorded 12 kills, three total blocks and a .706 hitting percentage against Alabama on Sunday.