SEC Offensive Player of the Week - Ole Miss' Nayo Warnell, a senior middle blocker from Dickinson, Texas, recorded a .500 hitting percentage and zero hitting errors as the Rebels picked up wins at No. 22 Missouri and over Auburn this past week. Warnell hit .462 in Wednesday's win at Mizzou, tallying two of her kills to bring Ole Miss to match point twice in the final frame. She also owned a .524 clip in Sunday's sweep over Auburn.
SEC Defensive Player of the Week - Florida's Lauren Dooley, a sophomore middle blocker from Plano, Texas, registered 17 total blocks in a 2-0 week on the road for the Gators. Dooley posted a career-high 12 blocks at Arkansas, the third highest total for three sets in program history.
SEC Setter of the Week - LSU's Karli Rose, a freshman from Tomball, Texas, recorded 109 assists and led her team to hit .301 on the road this past weekend. Rose tallied a career-high 55 assists as well as 11 digs in the LSU's win Friday at Tennessee. She followed that performance with 54 assists and 11 digs at Georgia on Sunday.
SEC Freshman of the Week - Georgia's Kacie Evans, an outside hitter from Wadsworth, Ohio, averaged 3.65 points, 3.00 kills and 2.00 digs per set in wins at No. 12 Kentucky and over LSU this past weekend. Evans had back-to-back double-doubles of 15 kills and 10 digs in both matches, extending her streak to four matches. She also contributed five total blocks and four aces.