They were two of 12 players selected for the team.
Ibarguen and Vigil helped lead the Eagles to wins in four matches.
Ibarguen, a freshman outside hitter from Rio Negro, Colombia, had 39 digs, 24 kills, five aces, four assists, and three blocks.
A sophomore outside hitter from Lima, Peru, Vigil made 46 kills, 46 digs, eight aces, five blocks, and two assists.
Polk State (5-0, No.2 FCSAA) plays Florida SouthWestern State College (3-2) Friday at 2 p.m. in Winter Haven.