AUBURN, ALABAMA. (EETV) - Bri Ellis was honored as the SEC Freshman of the Week on Tuesday following the Tigers' week in which they outscored opponents 33-7.

Ellis played a big role in the high-scoring affairs batting 6-for-7 over the three-game span. Ellis led the Tigers with a .889 on-base percentage, the freshman totaled five runs with an additional seven runs batted in.

Three of Ellis’ six hits were home runs as a result she led the team in slugging with a 2.143 slugging percentage.

The first baseman set a career-high in hits with a total of three on April 13 against Mercer.

She joins Jessie Blaine as the second Auburn player to receive the award this year.

Ellis is tenth in Auburn's single-season history with 16 home runs total. She is now just two shy of tying Auburn All-American Kasey Cooper for the program’s freshman record.

Ellis will be back in action tonight, April 19 at 7 p.m as the Tigers host Jacksonville State.