SEC Offensive Player of the Week - Ole Miss' Nayo Warnell, a senior middle blocker from Dickinson, Texas, was unanimously voted as the Central Arkansas Classic Tournament MVP after hitting .619 over three wins for the Rebels. Warnell recorded 27 kills and just one error in 42 attempts and hit above .500 for all three contests, a career first in 105 matches.
SEC Co-Defensive Players of the Week - Texas A&M's Makena Patterson, a junior middle blocker from Phoenix, Ariz., registered 22 total blocks (2.00 blocks per set) over the Aggies' three wins at the Texas A&M Invitational. Patterson began the week with a career-high nine blocks against Texas State on Thursday.
SEC Setter of the Week - Missouri's Andrea Fuentes, a redshirt sophomore from San Juan, Puerto Rico, was named the Tiger Invitational MVP after averaging 12.31 assists (160 total assists) in a 4-0 week. Fuentes had 40+ assists in three of the four matches as she helped the Tigers post a team hitting percentage of .396 and 187 kills over 13 sets in the tournament.
SEC Freshman of the Week - Ole Miss' Anna Bair, a freshman outside hitter from St. Louis, Mo., averaged 3.79 points, 3.33 kills and 2.42 digs per set as the Rebels posted their second consecutive 3-0 weekend. Bair recorded her first collegiate double-double in the Rebels' win over host Central Arkansas, posting a season-best 22 kills and 12 digs.