SEC Player of the Week - Erin Lamb, Kentucky
SEC Offensive Player of the Week - LSU's Kylie Deberg, a graduate student outside hitter from Hudson, Iowa, led the Tigers with 15 kills behind a .361 hitting percentage and a season-high three aces in Friday's win at Auburn. Deberg has hit over .360 in two consecutive matches and has reached double-digit kills in 20 of LSU's 22 matches this season.
SEC Defensive Player of the Week - LSU's Raigen Cianciulli, a graduate student libero from Spring, Texas, led all players with 19 total digs (6.33/set) in LSU's win at Auburn. Cianciulli is currently first in the league with 418 total digs and 5.43 digs per set in conference matches only.
SEC Setter of the Week - Kentucky's Emma Grome, a freshman from Loveland, Ohio, averaged 15.00 assists per set and helped lead her squad to a .407 hitting percentage in Wednesday night's win at No. 21 Tennessee. Grome recorded 45 assists, a career-high for a three-set match, along with five digs, two kills and the block on match point to secure the victory.
SEC Freshman of the Week - Kentucky's Erin Lamb, an outside hitter from Stewartville, Minn., averaged 4.33 points and 4.00 kills per set and hit .550 in UK's win at No. 21 Tennessee. Filling in for Madi Skinner (who was out with a non-COVID illness), Lamb posted career-highs of 12 kills on 20 attempts, two digs and two blocks as well as her hitting percentage.