Alexa Gray with VC president and CEO, Mark Eckert.

Canada picked up seven awards at this past weekend’s women’s NORCECA World Championship Qualifier in Langley, BC, and two awards at a similar men’s event in Colorado Springs, USA.

The women finished first overall in the four-team tournament; and the men were third of 10 teams.

Up-and-comer Alexa Gray of Calgary, Alberta, was awarded three honours, including Most Valuable Player.

See a full list of awards from both the men’s and women’s events below.

Most Valuable Player: Alexa Gray (Canada)
Best Scorer: Alexa Gray (Canada)
Best Spiker: Sulian Linares Matienzo (Cuba)
Best  Spiker: Amalia Hernández  (Nicaragua)
Best Middle Blocker: Lescay Daymara (Cuba)
Best Middle Blocker: Laura Suárez (Cuba)
Best Opposite: Alexa Gray (Canada)
Best Server- Marie-Alex Bélanger (Canada)
Best Digger: Kristen Moncks (Canada)
Best Receiver: Kyla Richey (Canada)
Best Setter: Megan Cyr (Canada)
Best Libero: Emily Cruz Borrell (Cuba)

Most Valuable Player: Micah Christenson (USA)
Best Scorer: Alberto Blanco (Costa Rica)
Best Spiker: Aaron Russell (USA)
Best Spiker: Stephen Maar (Canada)
Best Middle: Jose Martinez (Mexico)
Best Middle: Leonel Antonio Aragon (Guatemala)
Best Setter: Pedro Rangel (Mexico)
Best Opposite: Sharone Vernon-Evans (Canada)
Best Libero: Luis Chavez (Costa Rica)
Best Receiver: Jorge Barajas (Mexico)
Best Digger: Luis Chavez (Costa Rica)
Best Server: Joann Breleur (Martinique)