Team Comparison: Appearances in NCAA rally scoring era record book

The first-ever NCAA rally scoring era record book is out and several college men’s volleyball teams are prominently featured.

Penn State led all teams with its players appearing 12 times in the new NCAA Division I-II record book compiled and recently released by Off the Block.


Penn State was one of two teams making double-digit appearances in the new record book and had one more appearance than Pepperdine. In addition, BYU, Long Beach State and Loyola round-out the top-five teams with the most appearances in the rally era record book with each at eight entries.

The NCAA rally scoring era record book compiled by Off the Block featured the top-five record holders for various single-season and career statistical categories, including kills, aces, assists, blocks, digs and attack percentage.

This is the first NCAA men’s volleyball record book that features single-season and career categories. Before this new record book, the only NCAA record book kept for men’s volleyball contained solely NCAA Tournament records in various statistical categories.

To view the complete NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball rally scoring era record book, click here.

Team appearances in NCAA ally scoring era record book
1. Penn State — 12
2. Pepperdine — 11
T-3. BYU — 8
T-3. Long Beach State — 8
T-3. Loyola — 8
T-3. UC Santa Barbara — 8
T-7. Ball State — 7
T-7. Stanford — 7
T-7. UCLA — 7
10. UC Irvine — 5
T-11. Grand Canyon — 4
T-11. Ohio State — 4
T-11. USC — 4
14. Hawai’i — 3
T-15. IPFW — 2
T-15. Lewis — 2
T-15. Mount Olive — 2
T-18. Barton — 1
T-18. Belmont Abbey — 1
T-18. Cal State Northridge — 1
T-18. George Mason — 1
T-18. NJIT — 1
T-18. Pacific — 1
T-18. St. Francis — 1