LaGrange placed two players on the USA South All-Conference volleyball teams as announced by the conference office. It marks the first time since joining the conference having two players named to the teams.
Junior middle blocker Jazzlyn Kenner became the first Panther selected to the All-Conference first team, along with being on the West Division first team. Kenner was joined by senior outside hitter Mimi Loftus, who was on the West Division second team. Kenner finished the season with a team-leading 247 kills, .330 attack percentage and 87 total blocks. She set match career-highs during the season of 21 kills (Oct. 27 vs. Agnes Scott), a .778 attack percentage (Oct. 27 vs. Agnes Scott), and 11 digs (Oct. 21 vs. Brevard). Kenner is currently fifth on the school's career total blocks list with 276.
Loftus was second to Kenner on the team with a career-high 164 kills. She also set season career highs for digs (98) and service aces (8). Loftus finished her LC career with 364 kills, 258 digs, and 108 total blocks. During the season, she had match career highs of 17 kills (Oct. 13 vs. Covenant), .450 attack percentage (Sept. 29 vs. Maryville), and 11 digs twice (Sept. 22 at Covenant, Oct. 6 vs. Agnes Scott).
Sophomore Yasmin Roper was the team's representative on the conference's All-Sportsmanship team. She had 63 kills and 35 total blocks.