Treiber, Hans, Donovan, Hernandez Honored by SEC for Week 14

  0 volleymob | November 26th, 2018 | College - Women's Indoor, News, SEC

Courtesy: Southeastern Conference

Tennessee’s Erica Treiber averaged 2.29 blocks per set in two wins en route to SEC Player of the Week and Defensive Player of the Week honors. Texas A&M’s Hollann Hans garnered Offensive Player of the Week honors, while Georgia’s Meghan Donovan and Mallory Hernandez were tabbed as Setter and Freshman of the Week.

Player of the Week

Erica Treiber, Tennessee

Offensive Player of the Week

Texas A&M’s Hollann Hans averaged 6.62 points, 5.62 kills and 3.38 digs per set as the Aggies went 2-0 in the final week of the regular season. She posted back-to-back double-doubles to finish the season with a league-best 12 double-doubles in SEC matches.

Defensive Player of the Week

Tennessee’s Erica Treiber averaged 2.29 blocks per set as the Lady Vols posted two wins last week to finish 16-2 in the conference. She tallied five total blocks in the win over No. 13 Florida, and recorded her first double-double of 16 kills and 11 blocks against Ole Miss.

Setter of the Week

Georgia’s Meghan Donovan recorded 101 assists over two wins for the Bulldogs, good for an average of 14.43 assists per set. Her 60 assists against Mississippi State set the program record for assists in a four-set match in the rally scoring era.

Freshman of the Week

Georgia’s Mallory Hernandez averaged 5.71 points and 5.43 kills per set and posted a .321 hitting percentage as the Bulldogs won their final two matches of the regular season.

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