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Week 14: Volleyball Players of the Week

8 days ago
SEC Staff
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SEC Offensive Player of the Week - Kentucky's Leah Edmond, a senior outside hitter from Lexington, Ky., averaged 4.42 points and 4.00 kills per set as the Wildcats secured a share of the 2019 SEC Volleyball title with two wins to close out the regular season. At LSU, Edmond recorded 15 kills and a career-high 18 digs. She followed that with 13 kills and 10 digs against Ole Miss.

SEC Co-Defensive Players of the Week - Florida's Allie Gregory, a senior libero from Louisville, Ky., averaged 4.38 digs per set over two wins that helped secure a share of the 2019 SEC Volleyball title for the Gators. Gregory registered a career-high 25 digs against Texas A&M, moving her into seventh place in program history with 1,341 digs.

Kentucky's Gabby Curry, a junior libero from Buford, Ga., averaged 4.71 digs per set over two victories as UK clinched a share of the 2019 SEC Volleyball title. Curry recorded 23 digs at LSU as she helped UK hold the two opponents to a .138 hitting percentage on the week.

SEC Setter of the Week - Missouri's Andrea Fuentes, a redshirt sophomore from San Juan, Puerto Rico, averaged 14.29 assists per set and helped the Tigers post a .301 team hitting percentage in wins over Ole Miss and LSU. Fuentes opened the week with 56 assists at Ole Miss, her eighth match this season with 50+ assists. In the regular season finale against LSU, she tallied 44 assists as the Mizzou offense owned a .357 hitting percentage for the match.

SEC Freshman of the Week - Texas A&M's Treyaunna Rush, an opposite hitter from Texarkana, Texas, registered 2.78 points and 2.33 kills per set in the final week of the regular season. At No. 15 Florida, Rush tallied career-highs of 12 kills and six total blocks. It marked the third time this season that she registered six blocks in a match.