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Week 5: Volleyball Players of the Week

68 days ago
SEC Staff
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SEC Player of the Week

 Madison Scheer, Auburn

Offensive Player of the Week

 Caroline Meuth, Texas A&M

Meuth, a graduate student outside hitter from San Antonio, Texas, averaged 5.88 points and 5.23 kills per set and recorded a .388 hitting percentage in a 2-1 week for the Aggies to open conference play. In Saturday's win at Tennessee, Meuth tallied a conference-high 30 kills along with 14 digs for her third double-double of the season. She also added five aces last week, including a career high of four in the win at Ole Miss.

Defensive Player of the Week

 Sarah Morton, Auburn

Morton, a freshman libero from Munster Ind., averaged 4.88 digs per set to help the Tigers open conference play with a pair of wins and improve to 13-0 overall. Morton helped her team hold Alabama to a .125 team hitting percentage across the two matches.

Setter of the Week

Gabby Coulter, Mississippi State

Coulter, a redshirt senior from Bradenton, Fla., registered her sixth double-double of the season with her 44 assists and 14 digs in the win over Georgia in the conference opener for both teams. Coulter guided the Bulldogs to a .388 hitting percentage for the four-set match. She also collected a career-high five kills on a .833 hitting percentage with no errors.

Freshman of the Week 

 Madison Scheer, Auburn

Scheer, a pin hitter from Eureka, Mo., averaged 5.44 points, 4.88 kills and 1.13 blocks per set and posted a .443 hitting percentage in the two wins at Alabama this past weekend. In the second match on Sunday, Scheer recorded 20 kills, the second time this season she has reached the 20-kill mark.