Fasoula was named to the All-SEC second team, Alexander was named to the All-SEC freshman team and Clemons-Green earned community service team honors.
Fasoula has led the way on both ends of the floor for Vanderbilt all season, averaging 16.2 points and 7.1 rebounds. The Athens, Greece, native finished the regular season third in the league in field goal percentage (54.2) and seventh in points per game (16.2).
Fasoula averaged 15 points on a 54.8 shooting clip and 6.9 rebounds during league action this season. Fasoula is one of just two Commodores to start in every game this season.
Alexander made an immediate impact on West End during her freshman campaign. The Murfreesboro, Tennessee, native averaged 9.5 points and four boards through 20 games played. Alexander averaged 9.1 points during SEC play.
Clemons-Green earned a spot on the SEC Community Service Team for the second consecutive season. The junior has done a multitude of work with the homeless community in Nashville. Clemons-Green has done a drive in the beginning of the winter where she bought 10 sleeping bags and made backpacks full of socks, toothpaste, deodorant, toothbrushes, t-shirts and sweatpants to give out around the city. She also orchestrated a closet clean out where she gathered and asked 50 people to clean out their closets and give their warmer attire they were no longer wearing to the homeless.
The Chattanooga, Tennessee, native also tutors kids in the TAP program and volunteers to mentor every Tuesday.
The squad will play Alabama in its first game of the SEC Tournament on Wednesday at noon CT.