Check out the conference tournament match results from the NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball teams that were in action Friday.
The MIVA Tournament continues with two nationally ranked teams trying to get home wins to advance to the semifinals.
Lewis with its NCAA Tournament at-large bid hopes on the line will play host to Grand Canyon in the conference tournament quarterfinals. In addition, Ball State will try to reach the MIVA Tournament semifinals for the third consecutive season as it plays Lindenwood.
Check out the conference tournament match results from the NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball teams that were in action Thursday.
The MIVA Tournament begins with the top-ranked team in the nation.
No. 1 Loyola will look at continue its perfect conference season as it plays host to Quincy in the MIVA Tournament quarterfinals and in the lone postseason match of the night. Continue reading
For the fourth time in the conference’s history, a player has won multiple MPSF Player of the Year honors during his college career.
The MPSF announced Thursday that BYU All-American outside attacker Taylor Sander was selected as the conference’s player of the year for the second consecutive season.
A couple hours still remain in the Kickstarter campaign to help Off the Block get to the upcoming NCAA Tournament.
The national award winning college men’s volleyball website’s Kickstarter campaign ends Friday with the goal of gaining enough support for it to be on-site this year at the upcoming NCAA Tournament in Chicago.
A nationwide voting committee selected UCLA outside attacker Gonzalo Quiroga, Penn State outside attacker Aaron Russell, BYU outside attacker Taylor Sander and Loyola outside attacker Joseph Smalzer as finalists for the 2014 Off the Block/Springbak, Inc. National Server of the Year.
The Off the Block/Springbak, Inc. National Server of the Year recognizes the top individual serving performance from a NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball player during the regular season. Continue reading
In its program’s second year, Erskine is heading to the NCAA Tournament.
Outside attacker Michael Michelau had a team-high four aces and 14 kills as Erskine defeated Mount Olive 25-20, 26-24, 27-25 in the Conference Carolinas Tournament championship match Wednesday in Due West, S.C., to earn the conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.
One of the six tickets to the NCAA Tournament will be punched tonight.
The first conference title match of the postseason will take place as Erskine and Mount Olive play each other in the Conference Carolinas Tournament championship match.
The decision of what teams earn the two at-large bids to the NCAA Tournament could be greatly influenced by conference tournament matches not involving those teams or even their conference.
Of the all the pieces of criteria used by the NCAA Tournament selection committee the one with greatest fluidity is record against teams already qualified for the NCAA Tournament or under consideration for an at-large bid.