Finalists selected for March Off the Block Fan Choice Player of the Month

Ten players have been selected as finalists for the Off the Block Fan Choice Player of the Month.

The Player of the Month award recognizes the best individual performances from NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball players during the month and gives volleyball fans from around the world the chance to determine who was the best player.

Off the Block selected the finalists for the March award. The finalists are UCLA middle attacker Thomas Amberg, USC outside attacker Tony Ciarelli, UC Irvine outside attacker Carson Clark, Penn State libero Connor Curry, Harvard outside attacker Matt Jones, Princeton outside attacker Cody Kessel, BYU outside attacker Taylor Sander, Ohio State outside attacker Shawn Sangrey, Loyola outside attacker Joseph Smalzer and Pepperdine outside attacker Maurice Torres.

At least one player from every conference with an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament is required to be among the finalists.

Fans will determine the winner of the Player of the Month award through online voting on the Off the Block website. The online poll is now open and closes at 11:59 p.m. (EST) Thursday.

This is the fourth award presented by Off the Block that allows the fans to determine the winner. More than 10,000 people voted in the 2011 Off the Block Fan Choice Player of the Year. In addition, more than 800 people voted for the Off the Block Fan Choice Player of the Month award for January, while more than 2,000 people voted for the award in February.


2 Replies to “Finalists selected for March Off the Block Fan Choice Player of the Month”

  1. BYU’s Taylor Sander’s block/kill on consecutive jumps was probably the most amazing v-ball play I’ve seen this season — if not ever. Wow. Just sick.

  2. Let me just say that I have seen Taylor Sanders play several times and he is an absolutely incredible player: hits, blocks, aces… everything

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