SEC Soccer Players of the Week

From the Southeastern Conference

SEC Offensive Player Of The Week

Erika Tymrak, Florida

M/F • 5-5 • Jr. • Lakewood Ranch, Fla.

Erika Tymrak played a part in each of Florida's goals in Friday's 3-0 win versus Texas Tech. She scored Florida's first and final goals. Her first came off a give-and-go with freshman Tessa Andujar, resulting in a 17-yard strike to the far post upper corner. Her second came when senior Jazmyne Avant sent a cross from deep in the Red Raider territory and Tymrak scored at the far post corner. It was the second double-goal match of Tymrak's career. Tymrak also provided the assist on Taylor Travis's goal. Tymrak brought the ball down the middle of the TTU half and slid the ball forward where Travis finished at the right post. Tymrak leads UF in points (9), assists (3) and shares the goals lead (3).

SEC Defensive Player Of The Week

Ashley Baker, Georgia

GK • 5-10 • So. • Lilburn, Ga.

Ashley Baker was named the Defensive MVP and to the All-Tournament Team of the Minnesota Gold Classic this weekend, totaling 12 saves including perhaps her biggest of the 2011 season on Sunday vs. Iowa State at the end of the first half, preserving the Bulldogs' 1-0 lead heading into halftime. On the play, Baker elevated to poke one over the crossbar as the Cyclones had applied pressure late in seeking the equalizer. Recorded her first shutout of the season Sunday after allowing just one goal to Minnesota Friday night, stopping seven saves to set up Georgia's overtime win. On Friday she withstood 12 Golden Gopher corner kicks and 15 second-half shots.

SEC Freshman Of The Week

Chandler Hillen, Auburn

GK • 5-7 • Oceanside Calif.

Chandler Hillen posted back-to-back shutouts of No. 5 Duke and Wright State as Auburn went 2-0-0 over the weekend. She made eight saves in the upset of No. 5 Duke and then made a pair of saves in the shutout of Wright State. Hillen has posted three straight shutouts and has allowed just one goal in the last four matches for a 0.25 GAA and a .933 save percentage