Garner earned the first Heart Setter of the Week while Wesselink was named the Heart Attacker of the Week.
As a team, the Ravens dropped one set over four matches as they earned sweeps over William Penn University, Hannibal-LaGrange University and Lincoln Christian.
Garner finished the four matches with 154 assists over 12 sets played. She averaged 12.8 assists per set as the anchored a Raven attack that finished the season-opening road swing with a .287 attack percentage.
Wesselink was in the center of the Ravens attack. She finished the four-game stretch with a total of 50 kills and a .317 attack percentage as she averaged 4.5 kills per set over her 11 sets.
The Ravens return to Heart play on Tuesday with a 7 p.m. match in Fayette, Mo., against Central Methodist University. They remain on the road with a trip to Phoenix to take part in the Firestorm Labor Day Invitational hosted by Arizona Christian University before returning home on Sept. 5 to host MNU in Heart play.