SEC Player of the Week - Kylie Deberg, Missouri
SEC Offensive Player of the Week - Missouri's Kylie Deberg, a senior outside hitter from Hudson, Iowa, averaged 5.25 points, 4.70 kills and 1.80 digs per set in the wins over LSU. Deberg registered 24 kills, seven digs and three blocks in the opening match on Friday, and followed that with 23 kills, 11 digs and three blocks on Saturday.
SEC Co-Defensive Players of the Week - Kentucky's Gabby Curry, a senior libero from Buford, Ga., averaged 4.00 digs per set in the series win at Arkansas. Curry recorded a season-high 18 digs in UK's second match against the Razorbacks.
South Carolina's Mikayla Robinson, a senior middle blocker from West Dundee, Ill., averaged 1.50 blocks per set over two victories at Alabama. Robinson tallied a season-high eight total blocks (two solo) in the opening series match against the Crimson Tide.
SEC Setter of the Week - Kentucky's Madison Lilley, a senior from Overland Park, Kan., averaged 11.80 assists per set in the two wins over Arkansas. The Wildcats posted a .353 team hitting percentage for the weekend as Lilley recorded 35 assists on Friday and 36 assists on Saturday.
SEC Freshman of the Week - Kentucky's Madi Skinner, an outside hitter from Katy, Texas, averaged 2.75 kills per set and owned a .556 hitting percentage in the series win over Arkansas. Skinner also added five total blocks and three digs over the two matches.