Courtesy: Southeastern Conference
SEC Player of the Week – Leah Edmond, Kentucky
Offensive Player of the Week
Kentucky’s Leah Edmond averaged 5.92 points and 5.67 kills per set and posted a .391 hitting percentage over two road wins for the Wildcats. With her third of 22 kills at No. 23 Missouri, she became UK’s all-time kills leader in the rally scoring era.
Big week for @leahedmond13, @mplilley03 and @AStumler.
👌rd week in a row a Cat’s received @SEC Player of the Week and first this season where we’ve had 3️⃣ in the same week. https://t.co/uI9C7DF7t0 pic.twitter.com/2LlCTOjiNr
— Kentucky Volleyball (@KentuckyVB) November 19, 2018
Defensive Player of the Week
Florida’s Allie Gregory averaged 6.00 digs per set and recorded zero reception errors over two wins this past weekend for the Gators.
Congrats to Allie Gregory on being named SEC Defensive Player of the Week! https://t.co/QeL7qmwMoE#GoGators pic.twitter.com/Tj6aHSJsiS
— Gators Volleyball (@GatorsVB) November 19, 2018
Setter of the Week
Kentucky’s Madison Lilley averaged 13.17 assists per set and helped lead the Wildcats to a .425 hitting percentage on the weekend. She posted her ninth double-double of the season with 40 assists and 10 digs in the win at No. 23 Missouri.
Freshman of the Week
Kentucky’s Alli Stumler averaged 4.92 points, 4.17 kills and 2.67 digs per set and registered a .429 hitting percentage over two road wins for UK.