SEC Volleyball Gamers of the Week: Week 9

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SEC Participant of the Week

Emma Grome  Kentucky
S • Jr. Loveland, Ohio

Offensive Participant of the Week

Jordan Iliff  Missouri
RS • Jr. St. Louis, Mo.

Missouri’s Jordan Iliff, a junior proper facet hitter from St. Louis, Mo., recorded a match-high 13 kills on 28 swings on a .357 hitting share to assist her workforce to a 3-0 win at No. 23 Auburn on Friday evening. Iliff has now tallied double-digit kills in 15 matches this season, together with the final six matches. She additionally contributed eight digs, two blocks, two aces and one help within the highway win.

Defensive Participant of the Week

Eleanor Beavin  Kentucky
L • Jr. Louisville, Ky.

Kentucky’s Eleanor Beavin, a junior libero from Louisville, Ky., averaged 5.13 digs per set within the wins versus Mississippi State and No. 10 Arkansas this previous weekend. Beavin posted a career-high 30 digs within the five-set victory over the Razorbacks, together with the match-winning bump set out of system on match level for third of her three assists within the match and 5 for the weekend.

Setter of the Week

Emma Grome  Kentucky
S • Jr. Loveland, Ohio

SEC Setter of the Week – Kentucky’s Emma Grome, a junior from Loveland, Ohio, guided the UK offense to a .315 workforce hitting share and averaged 11.88 assists per set within the wins over Mississippi State and No. 10 Arkansas. Grome logged a three-set career-high 43 assists on Friday evening in opposition to the Bulldogs, after which posted 52 assists within the five-set match in opposition to the Razorbacks.

Freshman of the Week

Brooklyn DeLeye  Kentucky
OH • Fr. Topeka, Kan.

Kentucky’s Brooklyn DeLeye, a freshman exterior hitter from Topeka, Kan., was instrumental within the Wildcats’ two wins this previous weekend. DeLeye registered a career-high 17 digs together with zero reception errors in serve obtain in Friday’s win over Mississippi State. Within the five-set win over No. 10 Arkansas, she collected a team-high 17 kills and eight digs. DeLeye now has 10+ kills in seven of the 9 SEC matches of the season, together with six of the final seven.