And for Off the Block podcast: Former Rainbow Warrior Kahele going to Washington

Former Hawai’i men’s volleyball player Kai Kahele (D-Hawaii) was elected in November to serve his first term in the U.S. House of Representatives. In this podcast episode, Off the Block editor Vinnie Lopes interviews Kahele about his time with the Rainbow Warriors and what he hopes to accomplish during this congressional term.

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What we’re thankful for in college men’s volleyball this year

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Jonathan Bates | Associate Editor

There are plenty of developments that have made 2020 a year to forget, the least not being the men’s volleyball season being cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic. There was some positive news that came out of 2020.

With it being the season of giving thanks, Off the Block has come up with a list of the top 10 things to be thankful for in 2020 in the world of collegiate men’s volleyball. Continue reading “What we’re thankful for in college men’s volleyball this year”

Cardinal Coaching Tree: List of college coaches with Ball State ties

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Ball State will have plenty of options if it wants to hire someone with ties to the men’s volleyball program to be next head coach.

Coach Joel Walton announced earlier this week that he will retire following the 2021 season — his 23rd season as head of the program. This will be the second time since the program started in 1960 that Ball State will have an open search for a new head coach. Continue reading “Cardinal Coaching Tree: List of college coaches with Ball State ties”