Check out all the matches today involving NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball teams and how to follow them live.
Mount Olive (7-3, 6-2 CC) vs. Erskine (7-3, 6-0 CC)
Match vitals: 2 p.m. in Due West, South Carolina
Follow live: Live stats, Online video
What to know: Erskine will attempt to remain one of the nation’s three undefeated teams in conference play as it plays host to third-place Mount Olive. The Flying Fleet are on a six-match winning streak and are one victory away from finishing February undefeated. In addition, Erskine is the only team in the nation with multiple players averaging more than 4.00 kills per game. All-conference outside attacker Mike Michelau is fourth in the conference with a 4.03 kills per game average, including having a season-high 23 kills on a .526 attack percentage in a sweep against Belmont Abbey on Tuesday. In addition, outside attacker Roberto Perez Vargas after missing the entire first month of the season leads Erskine and is third in the conference with a 4.10 kills per game average. Mount Olive enters this match leading the conference with a .334 attack percentage and has hit at least .300 in every match during its four-match winning streak. Setter Jeff Yasalonis is also among the national leaders averaging 11.18 kills per game average. This will also be the first meeting between Erskine and Mount Olive since the Flying Fleet defeated the Trojans in the 2015 Conference Carolinas Tournament semifinals in five games.
No. 2/3 BYU (13-2, 9-2 MPSF) vs. No. 12 CSUN (10-6, 5-6 MPSF)
Match vitals: 8 p.m. in Provo, Utah
Follow live: Live stats, Online video, In-match tweets, TV (BYUtv)
What to know: Forget about beating No. 2/3 BYU. It’s now becoming an accomplishment just to win a game against the Cougars. BYU will try to extend its school-record 27-game winning streak as it plays host to No. 12 CSUN in their series finale. The Cougars swept the Matadors in the two-match series opener on Friday for their ninth consecutive sweep. In addition, BYU finished the match with four attack errors and hit .536 — its sixth best attack percentage in program history during the rally scoring era. Outside attacker Brenden Sander had a match-high 11 kills on a .588 attack percentage, while both opposite Ben Patch and outside attacker Jake Langlois added eight kills. The three players also had a combined two attack errors in the sweep. With this victory, BYU remains one-and-half match out of the first-place in the MPSF. The Matadors have now lost five of their first six conference road matches. Outside attacker Jakub Ciesla despite the most recent loss led CSUN with 10 kills. This was also the ninth time this season that Ciesla finished a match with double-digit kills.
Harvard (7-5, 4-1 EIVA) vs. NJIT (1-10, 1-2 EIVA)
Match vitals: 4 p.m. in Newark, New Jersey
Follow live: Live stats
St. Francis (8-6, 3-3 EIVA) vs. Charleston (4-11, 0-6 EIVA)
Match vitals: 7 p.m. in Loretto, Pennsylvania
Follow live: Live stats