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Week 11: Volleyball Players of the Week

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SEC Staff
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SEC Player of the Week -

Morgahn Fingall, Tennessee

SEC Offensive Player of the Week -

 Morgahn Fingall, Tennessee

Fingall, a senior right side from Fairfax, Va., averaged 5.75 points and 5.00 kills per set and owned a .355 hitting percentage in a 3-0 week for the Lady Vols. Fingall began the week with 17 kills and 13 digs in the five-set win at Ole Miss Wednesday night. In the opening match against LSU on Saturday, she recorded 16 kills with zero errors and a .516 hit percentage. In that match, Fingall tallied her 1,000th career kill, becoming the 23rd player in program history to reach the milestone and just the 10th to do so in the rally-scoring era. In Sunday's match against the Tigers, she had a career-high 27 kills to help her squad earn the series sweep.

Defensive Player of the Week -

 Lilly Gunter, Mississippi State

Gunter, a junior defensive specialist from Oviedo, Fla., averaged 5.00 digs per set in the three-set win at Alabama. Gunter contributed 15 of the team's 52 digs for the match as the Bulldogs led the conference in digs per set this week (17.33). She also added four assists and two aces.

SEC Co-Setter of the Week - 

 Alexis Stucky, Florida

Stucky, a setter from Laramie, Wy., dished out 46 assists in Friday's win over Missouri on Friday. It marked a career high performance for Stucky in a three-set match. She also helped the Gators to post a .314 team hitting percentage for the match.

 Emma Grome, Kentucky

Grome, a sophomore from Loveland, Ohio, tallied 46 assists in Wednesday night's win at Georgia. Her 46 assists tied her season-high mark in a three-set match. It was also her 13th match this season with 40+ assists, including 10 SEC matches.

SEC Freshman of the Week -

 Kendal Kemp, Auburn

Kemp, a middle blocker from Eagan, Minn., averaged 3.19 points, 2.25 kills and 1.50 blocks per set in the series sweep over Texas A&M. For the weekend, Kemp posted a .400 hitting percentage with 18 kills on 35 attempts. With her eight total blocks versus the Aggies, she now has 135 total blocks for the season, just seven shy of tying the Auburn single-season record.