SEC Player of the Week - Kylee McLaughlin, Ole Miss
SEC Offensive Player of the Week - Auburn's Liz Reich, a graduate student right side from Colorado Springs, Colo., averaged 4.50 points and 3.83 kills per set and posted a .347 hitting percentage in the series split against Georgia. In Thursday's win over the Bulldogs, Reich registered 11 kills and six total blocks. The following night, she tallied 12 kills and a .409 hitting percentage.
SEC Co-Defensive Players of the Week - LSU's Raigen Cianciulli, a graduate student libero from Spring, Texas, led the Tigers with 3.92 assists per set over 13 sets. In the second match of the week, Cianciulli became the SEC all-time leader in career digs and has increased her total to 2,161 after a match-high 15 digs in the win over No. 20 Tennessee.
Mississippi State's Lilly Gunter, a sophomore libero from Oviedo, Fla., anchored Mississippi State's defense vs. Texas A&M with 4.50 digs per set as the Bulldogs ran their winning streak to four consecutive matches, all against RPI top 50 opponents. Gunter collected 23 digs, her fourth outing of 20 or more digs in her last six appearances, to go along with seven assists during Saturday's match.
SEC Setter of the Week - Ole Miss' Kylee McLaughlin, a graduate student from Carrollton, Texas, averaged 10.83 assists per set and helped lead her squad to a .310 hitting percentage in the series sweep at Missouri. In the second match against the Tigers, McLaughlin recorded her seventh double-double of the season with 33 assists and a season-high six total blocks.
SEC Freshman of the Week - LSU's Ella Larkin, a setter from Maize, Kan., directed the Tigers' offense with 10.00 assists per set in a 2-1 week. Larkin began the week with 45 assists in the five-set win at South Carolina. After posting 47 assists in the first match against No. 20 Tennessee, she then led the team to a .368 hitting percentage with 38 assists in the four-set win on Sunday against the Lady Vols.