There was unprecedented conference realignment in college men’s volleyball during the offseason.
Check out all the conference realignment changes with the addition of the Big West and how each NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball conference compares to last year.Big West
|Long Beach State||—|
|UC San Diego||—|
|UC Santa Barbara||—|
NOTES: CSUN, Hawai’i, Long Beach State, UC Irvine and UC Santa Barbara as Big West schools departed the MPSF with the Big West adding men’s volleyball. In addition, UC San Diego left the MPSF and joined the Big West as an affiliated member for men’s volleyball.
|Belmont Abbey||Belmont Abbey|
|Mount Olive||Mount Olive|
|North Greenville||North Greenville|
NOTES: Pfeiffer in the midst of a transitioning from NCAA Division II to NCAA Division III status opted to disband its men’s volleyball program.
|George Mason||George Mason|
|Penn State||Penn State|
|Sacred Heart||Sacred Heart|
|St. Francis||St. Francis|
NOTES: The EIVA is the only conference that did not have an realignment changes from last season.
|Alderson Broaddus||Alderson Broaddus|
NOTES: Concordia-Irvine became a member of the MPSF. In addition, Queens will compete as an independent during its inaugural season.
|Ball State||Ball State|
|Fort Wayne||Fort Wayne|
NOTES: Grand Canyon departed the MIVA to join the MPSF.
|Stanford||Long Beach State|
|—||UC San Diego|
|—||UC Santa Barbara|
NOTES: The MPSF added Grand Canyon from the MIVA and Concordia-Irvine that competed last season as an independent. CSUN, Hawai’i, Long Beach State, UC Irvine and UC Santa Barbara as Big West schools departed the MPSF with the Big West adding men’s volleyball. In addition, UC San Diego joined the Big West as an affiliated member for men’s volleyball. Cal Baptist opted to disband its men’s volleyball program during the offseason.