Courtesy: Southeastern Conference
SEC Player of the Week – Madison Lilley, Kentucky
SEC Offensive Player of the Week
Tennessee’ Tessa Grubbs averaged 7.33 points and 7.33 kills per set. In Sunday’s win at Mississippi State, she recorded 22 kills and a .571 hitting percentage.
✅2⃣2⃣ kills in three sets, most by any SEC player this season
✅7.33 kills/set, second most by any SEC player this season
✅SEC Offensive Player of the Week 🏆
— Tennessee Volleyball (@Vol_VBall) November 12, 2018
SEC Defensive Player of the Week
Kentucky’s Gabby Curry averaged 7.00 digs per set with just one reception error in 30 attempts as UK improved to 14-0 in conference play.
SEC Setter of the Week
Kentucky’s Madison Lilley averaged 13.17 assists per set and helped lead the Wildcats to a .335 hitting percentage on the weekend. She posted her eighth double-double of the season with 45 assists and 11 digs in the win over Alabama.
They picked up @SEC Player of the Week honors last week, why not do it again this week? 😏
🔵 Lilley: 13.17 ast/set, 79 assists, 2.67/digs/set
🔵 Curry: 7.00 digs/set, .967 rec. %, 4 assistshttps://t.co/Q9hzAq8Rbp pic.twitter.com/R66S39cKLs
— Kentucky Volleyball (@KentuckyVB) November 12, 2018
SEC Freshman of the Week
Missouri’s Andrea Fuentes averaged 11.71 assists per set in a 2-0 week for the Tigers. She opened the week with 43 assists at Auburn, followed by 39 assists vs. Georgia.
RS freshman S Andrea Fuentes is your Week 12 SEC Freshman of the Week!
🔗 https://t.co/vu4APqUV1V#MIZ #ShowMe 🐯🏐 pic.twitter.com/FjDUGQDW52
— Mizzou Volleyball (@MizzouVB) November 12, 2018