OTB publishes new NCAA Tournament rally scoring era record book

There is a new NCAA Tournament record book to more accurately compare outstanding performances in the modern era of college men’s volleyball.

Off the Block on Sunday unveiled the first Division I-II NCAA Tournament record book for matches during the 25-point rally scoring era.


While the current NCAA championship record book includes all matches since the inaugural tournament in 1970, this new record book reflects the game in the modern era. College men’s volleyball changed from side-out scoring to rally scoring in 2001 and then reduced the length of a regulation game from 30 points to 25 points in 2011.

Off the Block compiled the record book that includes NCAA Tournament single-match records, NCAA Tournament finals records and single NCAA Tournament records.

This record book was published days before the upcoming NCAA Tournament begins on Tuesday. To view the NCAA Tournament record, check here.