SEC Offensive Player of the Week - Kentucky's Leah Edmond, a senior outside hitter from Lexington, Ky., recorded 18 kills and 19 points in UK's win over Missouri on Wednesday night. The 18 kills marked a season high in a three-set match for Edmond and her fifth consecutive match with 13+ kills. She also contributed six digs, one assist and one total block.
SEC Defensive Player of the Week - South Carolina's Mikayla Robinson, a junior middle blocker from West Dundee, Ill., averaged 2.88 blocks per set in road wins over Georgia and Auburn this past weekend. On Friday night, Robinson tallied 14 total blocks (five solo) in the five-set match. It is the second highest total by any student-athlete in program history and the most since Libby Ralston in 1991. She then posted nine total blocks (two solo) in Sunday's three-set match. Robinson accounted for 23 of the team's 34 total blocks for the weekend.
SEC Setter of the Week - Texas A&M's Camille Conner, a junior from Katy, Texas, became the first player in the conference this season to record a triple double with 52 assists, 17 digs and 10 kills in Sunday's win over Ole Miss. On Friday against Mississippi State, Conner had 28 assists in the three-set win. Her 80 assists on the weekend lifted her past the 3,000-career assist mark.
SEC Freshman of the Week - Arkansas' Jillian Gillen, an outside hitter from Stilwell, Kan., posted 5.50 points, 5.10 kills and 1.60 digs per set in wins over Ole Miss and Mississippi State this past weekend. Gillen recorded a season-high 31 kills against the Rebels Friday night and 20 kills against the Bulldogs on Sunday. She currently has registered four consecutive 20+ kill performances and eight on the season.