Texas A&M’s Hollann Hans Named SEC Offensive Player of the Week

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Texas A&M outside hitter Hollann Hans has been named the SEC Offensive Player of the Week for volleyball for the fourth time this season, the Southeastern Conference announced today.

The junior from Corpus Christi, Texas, averaged 6.62 points, 5.62 kills, 0.75 aces and 3.38 digs per set while leading Texas A&M to victories over both Alabama and LSU as the Aggies closed out the year riding a season-best four-match win streak to finish 17-13 overall and tied for fifth in the SEC with a 10-8 record.

Hans took match-high honors in both kills and points in each match and recorded back-to-back double-doubles to finish conference play with a league-leading 12 double-doubles in SEC matches. Her 19 kills in the sweep at Alabama were the most by an A&M player in a three-set match this season, and her 26 kills against LSU marked her 17th consecutive match with double-figure kills as well as her 15th match with 20 or more kills in a match this season.

In addition, Hans served six aces against LSU to give her 64 for the season, shattering A&M’s longest standing season record of 59 aces set by Chris Zogata in 1983.

Hans finished SEC play as the conference leader and A&M SEC season record holder in points per set (5.30), aces per set (0.61), total kills (346), total aces (48) and total points (418.5).

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