Following another national-qualifying season, two Lady Brave volleyball players earned All-American honors.

Adriana Skipper, senior setter, and Kenna Hall, junior middle blocker, were named National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Honorable Mention All-Americans, according to an OU news release. Both are first time All-American honorees.

Skipper was named AVCA First Team All-West Central, KCAC Setter of the Year and First Team All-KCAC. Skipper appeared in 157 sets and 43 matches for the Braves. She finished the year with 1,674 assists, 72 kills, a .243 attacking percentage, 32 service aces, 457 digs, and 29 blocks. She is ranked second in the NAIA in total assists (1,674) and 14th in assists per set (10.6). In two years in an OU uniform, Skipper is ranked third in program history in career assists (3,083) and third in assists per set (10.38).

Hall was named AVCA First Team All-West Central Region and earned First Team All-KCAC honors. Hall appeared in 157 sets and 43 matches for the Braves. She finished the year with 563 kills, a .282 attacking percentage, 12 assists, five service aces, 70 blocks, and 107 block assists. Hall was ranked sixth in the NAIA in total kills (563) and 32nd in kills per set (3.5). After two years playing for OU, Hall is ranked eighth all-time in kills (888), eighth in kills per set (3), seventh in kill percentage (.241), 10th in attempts (2,238), ninth in solo blocks (39), 10th in block assists (158), and 10th in total blocks (197).

The Braves finished the season 30-13 (19-3 KCAC). OU captured its third straight KCAC Championship and qualified for its third straight NAIA National Tournament.