Following the latest week of action in the Southeastern Conference, the league has just named its Week 5 Players of the Week.

The league hands out five different awards each week, and this week, the five awards went out to five different SEC teams.

Here are the awards and the explanations given for each selection by the SEC:

Co-Player of the Week: Casey Opitz, Arkansas
Arkansas’ Casey Opitz powered the Razorbacks’ offense to a series win against nationally ranked Alabama. Opitz recorded a hit in all three games of the SEC opening weekend series, driving in a team-leading four runs during the weekend. He racked up a season-best three hits and matched his season-high with three runs scored in the Hogs’ 9-1 win on Saturday, launching his first homer of the season in the ballgame. He had 2 RBI in each of the final two games of the series.

Co-Player of the Week: Jud Fabian, Florida
Florida’s Jud Fabian recorded two more home runs during Florida’s homestand against Texas A&M. He scored four runs and had four RBI to help lead the Gators to a sweep. Fabian also made a key defensive play in the series to rob the Aggies of a home run. He had three hits in the series finale.

Pitcher of the Week: Jack Leiter, Vanderbilt
Vanderbilt’s Jack Leiter pitched a no-hitter against 16th-ranked South Carolina in his first career SEC start. He notched the first regular-season nine-inning no-hit performance in program history since 1971, and first in a conference game since 2016. Leiter retired 27 batters in a row after walking the first batter of the game on a full count and racked up a career-high 16 strikeouts across a career-long 9.0 innings.

Newcomer of the Week: Cole Stupp, Kentucky
Kentucky’s Cole Stupp recorded a career-high 10 strikeouts in seven innings, allowing five hits, walking two and yielding just one unearned run in the Wildcats’ series-opening win against Missouri. He moved to 3-0 on the season and lowered his earned run average to 1.14 while setting a tone for his team.

Freshman of the Week: Blade Tidwell, Tennessee
Tennessee’s Blade Tidwell led the Vols to a 4-1 victory in Sunday’s rubber game at Georgia. The freshman right hander struck out six and allowed just one run on four hits in a career-high 7.1 innings pitched. Tidwell allowed just two hits after the second inning en route to earning his third consecutive victory and improving to 3-1 on the year. Tidwell’s performance also helped secure Tennessee’s first series win on SEC opening weekend since 2014.