SEC Player of the Week - Lily Felts, Tennessee
SEC Offensive Player of the Week - Tennessee's Lily Felts, a junior outside hitter from Knoxville, Tenn., averaged 5.67 points, 5.17 kills and 2.33 digs per set over the wins at Auburn. Felts recorded a double-double of 18 kills and 10 digs in the opening match, and then registered a team-high 13 kills in the fall season finale.
SEC Defensive Player of the Week - Georgia's Kacie Evans, a sophomore outside hitter from Wadsworth, Ohio, tallied 31 digs and three total blocks in the series split at No. 5 Florida. In the Bulldogs' win over the Gators, Evans posted a career-high 17 digs, 12 kills and one block. She followed that with a double-double of 15 kills and 14 digs along with two blocks in the second match.
SEC Co-Setters of the Week - Florida's Marlie Monserez, a junior from Windermere, Fla., averaged 10.00 assists per set in the series split against Georgia. Monserez had 33 assists and 12 digs in the opening match, and then recorded 47 assists and a season-high 17 digs in the second match.
Missouri's Andrea Fuentes, a redshirt junior from San Juan, Puerto Rico, tallied 75 assists and helped the Tigers to a .317 team hitting percentage in the series sweep at Ole Miss. Fuentes posted 41 assists in the first match against the Rebels, her fourth match this fall with 40+ assists.
SEC Freshman of the Week - Ole Miss' GG Carvacho, an outside hitter from Gallatin, Tenn., averaged 3.90 points and 3.75 kills per set and owned a .279 hitting percentage in the series against No. 8 Missouri. In the second match against the Tigers, Carvacho recorded a career-high 20 kills, the most kills in a match by a Rebel this season and the ninth freshman since 2001 to tally 20 kills or more in a match.