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Week 8: Volleyball Players of the Week

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SEC Player of the Week 

 Alexis Stucky, Florida

SEC Offensive Player of the Week 

 Alyiah Wells, Alabama

a senior middle blocker from Memphis, Tenn., led her team with 14 kills in their first SEC win of the season against Missouri. Wells hit .500 with just two errors on 24 swings. Her 14 kills tied her highest total in SEC play this year and was just one shy of her season best. Wells has earned double-digit kills 11 times this season, including nine of her last 10 matches.

Co-Defensive Players of the Week 

 Bre Kelley, Florida

a sophomore middle blocker from Cincinnati, Ohio, averaged 1.50 blocks per set in the series sweep at Mississippi State. Kelley posted a team-high six blocks in Friday's match as the Gators held their opponent to a .103 hitting percentage on the weekend.

Eleanor Beavin, Kentucky

a sophomore libero from Louisville, Ky., recorded a career-high 21 digs in Wednesday night's win over Ole Miss. Beavin has had double-digit digs in 15 matches this season and 17+ digs in four of the last five matches.

SEC Setter of the Week

 Alexis Stucky, Florida

a freshman from Laramie, Wy., averaged 13.33 assists per set in the series sweep at Mississippi State this past weekend. Stucky helped her squad register a .329 hitting percentage for the two matches. In the series finale on Saturday, she posted 44 assists (a personal three-set high) along with eight digs and three kills.

SEC Freshman of the Week 

 Audrey Whitworth, Kentucky

a defensive specialist from Hardinsburg, Ky., recorded 13 digs and notched her first career kill in Wednesday's win over Ole Miss. Whitworth also point-scored from the service line with two aces, tying her career-high number set last weekend vs. Arkansas. She now has 10+ digs in back-to-back matches for the first time in her career as a Wildcat.