SEC Player of the Week - Marlie Monserez, Florida
SEC Offensive Player of the Week - Tennessee's Ava Bell, a senior middle blocker from Austin, Texas, registered 23 kills on 35 attempts with just one error for a .629 hitting percentage over three matches. On the week, Bell averaged 2.85 points, 2.30 kills and 1.00 blocks per set for the Lady Vols.
SEC Defensive Player of the Week - Auburn's Tatum Shipes, a senior middle blocker from Buford, Ga., averaged 2.27 blocks per set over three matches this past week. In the series opener against Alabama, Shipes posted a career-high 12 blocks to set the program's single-match record for blocks and help Auburn to 18.0 team blocks, tying the program's record for team total blocks in the rally scoring era.
SEC Setter of the Week - Florida's Marlie Monserez, a senior from Windermere, Fla., averaged 12.67 assists per set across three sweeps and led the UF offense to a .380 hitting percentage this past week. In the series opener against Ole Miss, Monserez recorded her fifth double-double of the season with 42 assists and 10 digs while helping the Gators post a .444 hitting percentage for the match.
SEC Freshman of the Week - Florida's Merritt Beason, a right side/outside hitter from Gardendale, Ala., averaged 3.83 points, 2.89 kills and 2.00 digs per set and hit .449 over three wins this past week for the Gators. Beason recorded a career-high .692 hitting percentage against Ole Miss on Saturday, and then tied her career high in blocks with six vs. the Rebels on Sunday.