Kentucky swept the SEC POWs.
Hawai’i swept the Big West.
Duke did the same in the ACC.
New Hampshire took three of the four America East awards.
How about Bowling Green senior outside hitter Jelena Sunjic, who had 41 kills in 65 swings with no errors to be named the Mid-American East offensive POW?
Or Oral Roberts junior outside Laura Milos, who was the Summit League POW for the fifth time this year and 11th in her career after averaging nine kills per set last week?
That’s just a sampling of another week of big performances around NCAA Division I volleyball.
You can look forward every Tuesday to the VolleyballMag.com roundup of the POWs around the country.
POWs, of course, are players of the week, and we will do our best to list the honorees from all 32 Division I conferences here.
Player of the week: Duke senior middle blocker Jordan Tucker
Freshman: Duke setter Cindy Marina
Worth noting: Tucker averaged four kills per set, one and a half blocks per set and a .468 hitting percentage over the two games. Tucker currently ranks fifth in the conference in hitting percentage, averaging a .341. Marina averaged 11.33 assists per set. Against Pittsburgh, she contributed 37 assists, six digs, three kills, two aces and two blocks.
Offensive: Iowa State junior right side Samara West
Defensive: Texas junior libero Cat McCoy
Freshman: Iowa freshman libero Hali Hillegas
West had 16 kills against Texas and hit .400, and earlier had 11 kills and hit .526 at Oklahoma. McCoy averaged 5.25 digs last week and 4.83 for November. Hillegas, who won last week, too, averaged five digs.
Player of the week: Minnesota senior outside Sarah Wilhite
Co-Defensive: Michigan State junior middle Alyssa Garvelink
Co-Defensive: Wisconsin junior middle Kelli Bates
Setter: Minnesota junior Rachel Minarick
Freshman: Maryland outside Gia Milana
Worth noting: Garvelink is a repeat winner. She averaged 2.6 blocks per set, while Bates averaged 5.5 digs.
Wilhite averaged four kills and hit .299 for the week and also had 24 blocks and 21 digs.
Minarick averaged 12.3 assists.
Offensive: Washington junior outside Tia Scambray
Defensive: Washington State sophomore middle Taylor Mims
Freshman: UCLA outside Torrey Van Winden
Worth noting: Scambray averaged 5.50 kllls, hit .443 and averaged 2.67 digs. She had a career-high 20 kills in three sets against Arizona State. Mims averaged 1.89 blocks, while Van Winden averaged 3.5 kills, hit .383 and her line against Stanford showed 19 kills, two aces, eight digs and four blocks.
Player of the week: Kentucky junior libero Ashley Dusek
Offensive: Kentucky junior middle Kaz Brown
Defensive: Kentucky junior DS Ashley Dusek
Setter: Kentucky sophomore Olivia Dailey
Freshman: Kentucky outside Leah Edmond
Worth noting: All Wildcats. Brown hit .643 in one match and .435 in the other and averaged 3.29 kills and 1.86 blocks. Dusek had 54 digs in two matches and did not have a reception error. Dailey averaged 14 assists, more than two over her average and had a career-high six blocks at Ole Miss. And Edmond continued her fabulous first season by leading UK in kills twice, averaging 5.14 kills and 2.29 digs.
Player of the week: New Hampshire senior middle Demi Muses
Defensive specialist: UMBC sophomore libero Kristin Watson
Setter: New Hampshire senior Keelin Severtson
Rookie: New Hampshire outside Emily Tanski
Worth noting: Watson and Severtson repeated their honors. Muses averaged 4.3 kills, hit .367 and won the award for the fifth time this season. Severtson averaged 11.86 assists and two digs. Watson averaged 4.86 digs, while Tanski avearged 3.14 iills and 2.86 digs.
Offensive: SMU freshman setter Kendal Patterson
Defensive: UCF sophomore libero Jordan Pingel
Worth noting: Patterson averaged 13.17 assists and 13 digs against USF. Pingel averaged 6.83 digs per set, more than two over her season average.
Player of the week: Lipscomb sophomore outside Carlyle Nusbaum
Defensive: Kennesaw State sophomore middle blocker Liesl Engelbrecht
Freshman: Florida Gulf Coast middle Daniele Serrano
Worth noting: Nusbaum won her sixth such honor and fifth this season as she averaged seven kills and her 24 kills against UNF was twice more than anyone else in the match. Engelbrecht averaged two blocks and 3.17 kills, while Serrano had 13 blocks in two victories and hit .483.
Player of the week: Saint Louis senior outside Danielle Rygelski
Defensive: Rhode Island senior middle blocker Layne Self
Rookie: VCU middle blocker Jasmin Sneed
Worth noting: Rygelski, who won the award last week, too, averaged 6.71 kills and 1.86 digs, while hitting .444. Self averaged 2.33 blocks, while Sneed hit .378 and averaged 2.14 kills.
Player of the week: Butler senior outside Anna Logan
Freshman: St. John’s outside Gaia Traballi
Worth noting: Logan averaged 4.25 kills and hit .275. She had a total of 34 kills in two matches. Trabelli averaged 5.78 kills and 2.33 digs.
Player of the week: Winthrop senior middle blocker Brianna Gray
Defensive: High Point sophomore middle blocker Jordan Hefner
Freshman: Campbell outside hitter Allena Heath
Worth noting: Heath, a repeat winner, had 21 kills against Gardner-Webb. Gray had 38 kills, 17 blocks and hit .469 in three matches. Hefner averaged 2.57 blocks and just less than a kill.
Offensive: North Dakota junior middle blocker Faith Dooley
Defensive: Portland State junior libero Tasha Bojanic
Worth noting: Dooley had 25 kills in two matches and hit .583, while Bojanic averaged 6.33 digs.
Player of the week: Hawai’i senior right side Nikki Taylor
Defensive: Hawai’i junior middle blocker Emily Maglio
Freshman: Hawai’i setter Norene Iosia
Worth noting: Taylor averaged 4.5 kills, 1.83 digs, 1.5 blocks and hit .440. Maglio had 12 blocks in two wins and 12 kills while hitting 4.35. Iosia averaged 10.17 assists and 3.83 digs.
Colonial Athletic Association
Offensive: Delaware senior outside Autumn Jenkins
Defensive: Elon senior middle blocker Ally Karle
Rookie: James Madison setter Sarah Martin
Worth noting: Jenkins had 36 kills in two matches and 23 digs. Karle had 18 blocks and ended her career with 390, 120 this season.
Offensive: UTSA senior outside Dajana Boskovic
Defensive: Southern Miss junior libero Natalie Druhan
Setter: Southern Miss sophomore Sarah Bell
Freshman: Florida Atlantic outside Sigourney Kame
Worth noting: Boskovic, who will be featured here later this week, had 39 kills in two matches and won the award for the ninth time, fourth this season. Druhan averaged 6.43 digs. Bell had 88 assists and now leads the league at 12.02 assists per set. Kame had 33 kills, eight digs and two blocks in two wins.
Offensive: Youngstown State sophomore middle blocker Sarah Varcolla
Defensive: Northern Kentucky senior libero Lauren Hurley
Worth noting: Varcolla had 25 kills and hit .375, while Hurley had 52 digs in two matches.
Player of the week: Princeton senior outside Cara Mattaliano
Co-Rookie: Columbia freshman middle blocker Chichi Ikwuazom
Co-Rookie: Harvard freshman outside Grace Roberts Burbank
Worth noting: Mattaliano had 38 kills in two matches. Ikwuazom hit .545 with 24 kills and seven blocks, while Roberts Burbank had 44 kills and hit .307.
The MAAC is a week behind. These are the winners for last week.
Player: Fairfield junior outside Skyler Day
Libero: Niagara junior libero Rylee Hunt
Rookie: Fairfield freshman setter Manuela Nicolini
MAC East offensive: Bowling Green senior outside Jelena Sunjic
MAC West offensive: NIU senior middle blocker Jenna Radtke
MAC East defensive: Kent State junior libero Challen Geraghty
MAC West defensive: Western Michigan freshman libero Kathleen Reilly
Worth noting: Radtke is back, but last week was the West defensive POW. Sunjic had 41 kills in 65 swings with no errors to hit .631. Radtke averaged 31.2 kills and 1.5 blocks. Geraghty averaged 6.62 digs and was perfect in 66 serve receptions. And Reilly averaged 6.38 digs.
Player of the week: North Carolina Central senior outside Casey Curran
Setter: North Carolina junior setter Paige Phillips
Worth noting: Curran had 18 kills, 16 digs and three aces in a win over NC A&T. Phillips had 41 assists and 19 digs in that match.
Player of the week: Wichita State sophomore outside Tabitha Brown
Defensive: Wichita State senior libero Dani Mostrom
Freshman: Missouri State setter Daniele Messa
Worth noting: Messa took the honor for the third week in a row after averaging 11.43 assists, 1.14 kills and 2.57 digs. Brown averaged 5.29 kills, 1.43 digs and 1.14 blocks. And Mostrom averaged 6.29 digs.
Offensive: Colorado State junior middle blocker Alexandra Poletto
Defensive: Colorado State freshman middle blocker Kirstie Hillyer
Worth noting: Poletto averaged 2.62 kills and hit .459, while Hillyer averaged 2.38 blocks in eight sets.
Player of the week: Sacred Heart sophomore outside Makayla Dole
Defensive: Central Connecticut senior middle blocker Brooke Schwab
Rookie: LIU Brooklyn freshman setter Amanda Hubbard
Worth noting: Dole won the honor for the fourth time after averaging 4.75 kills and hitting .300. Schwab had 13 blocks, an NEC single-match season-high and the second most in program history, against Sacred Heart. She had four more blocks against Fairleigh Dickinson. And Hubbard averaged 12.38 assists.
Offensive: Belmont junior outside Arianna Person
Defensive: Murray State senior libero Ellie Lorenz
Setter: Murray State senior Hannah Stultz
Newcomer: Tennessee State freshman middle blocker Payten Clark
Worth noting: Stultz is a repeat winner. She had 113 assists in two matches. Person had 40 kills, four blocks, 23 digs and two aces in two matches. Clark had 20 kills and 12 blocks in two matches.
Player of the week: Holy Cross senior outside Mandy Sifferlen
Rookie: Army West Point freshman outside Allie Strong
Worth noting: Sifferien had 49 kills in two matches and averaged 4.97 kills per set for the season. Strong had 25 kills and 16 digs in two matches.
Offensive: Mercer junior outside hitter Morgan MacGilvary
Defensive: Mercer senior libero Tori Penrod
Worth noting: Penrod went back-to-back after averaging 5.86 digs and ended her career with an ace in each of her two matches. MacGilvary averaged 4.43 kills and hit .413.
Offensive: Texas A&M Corpus Christi junior outside Brittany Gilpin
Defensive: Central Arkansas junior middle blocker Megan Nash
Worth noting: Gilpin had 20 kills and hit .419 against Lamar and then had 17 kills and hit .390 against Houston Baptist. Nash had 17 blocks in two matches.
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Offensive: Oral Roberts junior outside Laura Milos
Defensive: South Dakota sophomore libero Lauren Mattison
Worth noting: Milos won for the second straight week. She has won the award 11 times overall and five this season. She averaged a whopping 9.0 kills per sent and hit .345 and had six aces. Mattison averaged 5.5 digs.
Offensive: Coastal Carolina junior outside Leah Hardeman
Defensive: Georgia Southern senior libero Alex Beecher
Setter: Arkansas State senior Mallory Warrington
Freshman: Arkansas State outside Kenzie Fields
Worth noting: Warrington won the award for the 10th time this season. She had 50 assists and 23 digs in a win over Little Rock. Hardeman averaged 4.17 kills and hit .535, while Beecher averaged 6.5 digs. Fields had 15 kills in her only match of the week.
Player of the week: BYU senior middle Amy Boswell
Worth noting: Boswell had 14 kills and hit .435 against Gonzaga and then had 10 kills and six blocks against Portland.
Player of the week: Utah Valley junior outside hitter Lexi Thompson
Worth noting: Thompson averaged four kills, hit .393 and added almost a block and a dig per set. She ranks sixth in the league at 3.40 kills per set.