Green was chosen as the Defender of the Week while Omoghibo was voted the Attacker of the Week when the league selected its players of the week for the conference.
Kimberly Martino from St. Thomas was named the Setter of the Week.
All three players will be eligible for the national awards from the NAIA later this week.
These are the first conference honors for Coastal Georgia in The Sun.
Omoghibo had 50 kills in Coastal Georgia's four matches this past weekend at the Southeastern Challenge hosted by Lindsey Wilson in Columbia, Ky. She ranked eighth in total kills in the two-day tournament.
The sophomore had 22 kills in 52 swings in Coastal Georgia's five-set loss to Campbellsville on Saturday while also having nine digs, two solo blocks and nine assisted blocks. She finished with 16 kills in 30 attacks in the Mariners' win Friday over Milligan and had six kills in each of the team's other two matches.
Green, a freshman, also had a strong weekend in the back row for the Mariners. She had double-digit dig totals in three of the four matches including a high of 21 in the five-set match against Campbellsville. She also had just three reception errors in 86 chances over the four matches.