NCAA men’s volleyball national statistical leaders through January

One month of the college men’s volleyball season is all but finished, and Off the Block is providing the first look at the national leaders for several statistical categories.

The NCAA will not release the season’s first official Division I-II national statistical leaders report until later in February. However, a study conducted by Off the Block of stats collected by conferences and athletics departments provides an early sneak-peak of the national leaders at the end of January.

Check out what players are in the nation’s top 10 for several statistical categories.


KILLS PER GAME AVERAGE
1. Greg Herceg, Ball State — 4.57 kills per game
2. Levi Cabral, Cal Baptist — 4.47 kills per game
3. Guilherme Koepp, Cal Baptist — 4.41 kills per game
4. Mike Michelau, Erskine — 4.40 kills per game
5. Manuel Felipez, Rutgers-Newark — 4.36 kills per game
6. Brian Cook, Stanford — 4.25 kills per game
T-7. Taylor Hughes, Pacific — 4.13 kills per game
T-7. Pat Schwagler, Princeton — 4.13 kills per game
9. Taylor Crabb, Long Beach State — 4.05 kills per game
T-10. Joseph Smalzer, Loyola — 3.94 kills per game
T-10. Caleb Brophy, Pfeiffer — 3.94 kills per game

BLOCKS PER GAME AVERAGE
1. Will Siroky, Princeton — 1.75 blocks per game
2. Matt Leske, Ball State — 1.73 blocks per game
3. Kevin Owens, Ball State — 1.69 blocks per game
4. Piotr Dabrowski, George Mason — 1.68 blocks per game
5. Russ Lavaja, BYU — 1.64 blocks per game
6. Dyan Davis, UC Santa Barbara — 1.50 blocks per game
7. Robert Feathers, USC — 1.46 blocks per game
8. Tommy Carmody, Pacific — 1.43 blocks per game
T-9. Spencer Haly, Stanford — 1.42 blocks per game
T-9. Ben Lam, USC — 1.42 blocks per game

ASSISTS PER GAME AVERAGE
1. Keith Smith, Grand Canyon — 11.84 assists per game
T-2. Graham McIlvaine, Ball State, 11.50 assists per game
T-2. David Specian, Pfeiffer — 11.50 assists per game
4. Connor Metcalfe, Cal Baptist — 11.10 assists per game
5. Matt West, Pepperdine — 10.71 assists per game
6. Jonah Seif, UC Santa Barbara — 10.66 assists per game
7. Chris Lynch, Quincy — 10.57 assists per game
T-8. Ben Casdo, Mount Olive — 10.55 assists per game
T-8. Patrick Tunnell, Pacific — 10.55 assists per game
10. Micah Christenson, USC — 10.46 assists per game


DIGS PER GAME AVERAGE
1. Tommy Rouse, Ball State — 3.07 digs per game
2. Brennan Anderson, Ohio State — 3.04 digs per game
3. Javier Caceres, Pacific — 2.91 digs per game
4. Brady Smith, NJIT — 2.92 digs per game
T-5. Tony Ensbury, Princeton — 2.75 digs per game
T-5. Chad Kingi, UC Santa Barbara — 2.75 digs per game
T-7. Joe Gilliland, Limestone — 2.72 digs per game
T-7. Michael Brinkley — 2.72 digs per game
9. Aaron DeKalb, Belmont Abbey — 2.71 digs per game
10. Mark Hess, Pfeiffer — 2.61 digs per game

ACES
1. Gonzalo Quiroga, UCLA — 20 aces
2. Joseph Smalzer, Loyola — 17 aces
T-3. Guilherme Koepp, Cal Baptist — 16 aces
T-3. Levi Cabral, Cal Baptist — 16 aces
5. Brook Sedore, Hawai’i — 15 aces
T-6. Dane Worley, UCLA — 12 aces
T-6. Travis Magorien, Cal State Northridge — 12 aces
T-8. Dalton Ammerman, Long Beach State — 11 aces
T-8. Eric Mochalski, Stanford — 11 aces
T-8. Angel Dache, Mount Olive — 11 aces

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