Courtesy: Southeastern Conference
Kentucky’s Madison Lilley was tabbed as SEC Setter and overall Player of the Week for week 8, while Texas A&M’s Hollann Hans and London Austin-Roark, Florida’s Rachael Kramer and LSU’s Raigen Cianciulli also were honored by the league.
SEC Player of the Week – Madison Lilley, Kentucky
Yeah, @mplilley03 had a week.
45+ assists in both matches ➕
Averaged 13.5 assists per set ➕
UK offense averaged 16.9 kills per set ➕
UK offense had a .352 hitting % ➕
Wins (2) ➕
Winning streak (9) ➕
SEC Player of the Week – ✔️ 😼
— Kentucky Volleyball (@KentuckyVB) October 15, 2018
SEC Offensive Player of the Week
Texas A&M’s Hollann Hans averaged 5.94 points and 4.88 kills per set in a 2-0 week for the Aggies. She also contributed 20 digs, five aces and four assists on the weekend.
Congratulations to Hollann Hans and @london_austin for earning SEC weekly honors. https://t.co/zYMQ3awJnj#OwnIt #GigEm pic.twitter.com/Ofzo1CobMA
— Texas A&M Volleyball (@AggieVolleyball) October 15, 2018
SEC Co-Defensive Players of the Week
Florida’s Rachael Kramer averaged 1.75 blocks per set as the Gators remain atop the SEC standings. She recorded a career-high nine blocks in the win at South Carolina.
.@Rachael5Kramer ➡ SEC Defensive Player of the Week 👏✅https://t.co/SnCbijfejl#GoGators
— Gators Volleyball (@GatorsVB) October 15, 2018
LSU’s Raigen Cianciulli averaged 6.71 digs per set in a pair of home victories for the Tigers. Her 28 digs against Georgia ties for ninth-most in a four-set match in program history.
Sophomore @raigenciulli picks up SEC Co-Defensive Player of the Week, her second career SEC weekly honor!
📰: https://t.co/Oq6VLwNmGl pic.twitter.com/2FZOE0Ljyy
— LSU Volleyball (@lsuvolleyball) October 15, 2018
SEC Setter of the Week
Kentucky’s Madison Lilley averaged 13.50 assists per set over two wins at Memorial Coliseum. She directed the UK offense to 16.86 kills per set and a .352 hitting percentage last week.
SEC Freshman of the Week
Texas A&M’s London Austin-Roark averaged 2.94 points, 2.38 kills and 1.12 blocks per set while hitting .421 to help the Aggies add two more conference wins to their record.