SEC Player of the Week - Lauren McCutcheon, South Carolina
SEC Offensive Player of the Week - Florida's Sofia Victoria, a sophomore outside hitter from Gurabo, Puerto Rico, averaged 5.50 points, 5.20 kills and 2.50 digs per set in a 2-1 week for the Gators. In her first career start for the Gators against Florida State, Victoria recorded a career-high 24 kills along with 10 digs for her first double-double.
SEC Defensive Player of the Week - Auburn's Bella Rosenthall, a senior libero from Yorktown, Ind., averaged 5.83 digs per set over three matches in the Auburn Invitational. Rosenthall recorded a career-high 31 digs against Nicholls, becoming the first Tiger to record 30+ digs in a match since Payton White in 2019.
SEC Setter of the Week - Florida's Marlie Monserez, a senior from Windermere, Fla., tallied 124 assists over three matches and helped the Gators post a .316 hitting percentage on the week. With her 36 assists on Sunday versus Coastal Carolina, Monserez moved to eighth place all-time in program history for career assists.
SEC Freshman of the Week - South Carolina's Lauren McCutcheon, a right side/opposite from Simpsonville, S.C., averaged 3.50 kills and 3.50 digs per set and hit. 333 in a pair of sweeps last week to close out the non-conference schedule for the Gamecocks. At Winthrop, McCutcheon finished with a double-double of 11 kills and 14 digs, along with a .355 hitting percentage, one ace and one block. Against High Point, she hit .304 with 10 kills, seven digs and two blocks (one solo). McCutcheon committed just three total errors on 54 swings over the six sets and was perfect on 27 serve receptions.