SEC Offensive Player of the Week - Missouri's Kylie Deberg, a junior outside hitter from Hudson, Iowa, earned a spot on the 2019 Dayton Invitational All-Tournament Team after averaging 6.32 points and 5.36 kills and posting a .510 hitting percentage in a 3-0 week for the Tigers. Deberg opened the weekend with 15 kills and a .636 hitting percentage in Missouri's sweep of No. 14 Michigan. She capped the week with a career-high 25 kills and a .575 hitting percentage against Northern Illinois.
SEC Co-Defensive Players of the Week - Ole Miss' Aubrey Sultemeier, a sophomore middle blocker from Fredericksburg, Texas, recorded 17 total blocks to help lead the Rebels to win the Allstate Sugar Bowl Collegiate Volleyball Classic. Sultemeier tied her career high of eight total blocks in Sunday's win over host Tulane. Her 17 total blocks ranks second in program history for a three-match span in the rally scoring era.
South Carolina's Claire Edwards, a senior middle blocker from Columbia, S.C., registered 17 total blocks for the Gamecocks at the UCF Challenge this past weekend. Edwards posted a career-high eight total blocks in the four-set win over Kansas, and then tallied six total blocks in the sweep over Albany on Sunday.
SEC Setter of the Week - Missouri's Andrea Fuentes, a redshirt sophomore from San Juan, Puerto Rico, recorded 123 assists as the Tigers owned a .434 hitting percentage at the 2019 Dayton Invitational. Fuentes had 30 assists in Mizzou's win over No. 14 Michigan, with the Tigers hitting .507 in the three-match victory. She went on to post a season-high 55 assists against Northern Illinois, the fourth 50+ assist match of her collegiate career.
SEC Freshman of the Week - Ole Miss' Anna Bair, a freshman outside hitter from St. Louis, Mo., averaged 3.82 points and 3.18 kills per set as the Rebels won the Allstate Sugar Bowl Collegiate Volleyball Classic. Defensively, Bair tallied 20 digs and seven total blocks, en route to earning a spot on the All-Tournament Team.