Recap: College men’s volleyball weekly award recipients, updated rankings

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Check out all the national rankings and individuals who earned national and conference player of the week honors in college men’s volleyball this week.

National Awards

Sports Imports/AVCA National Player of the Week: Rado Parapunov, Hawai’i
Off the Block National Setter of the Week: Joe Worsley, Hawai’i
Off the Block National Opposite of the Week: Kyle Ensing, Long Beach State
Off the Block National Outside Attacker of the Week: Liam Maxwell, Belmont Abbey
Off the Block Co-National Middle Attacker of the Week: Felipe de Brito Ferreira, BYU
Off the Block Co-National Middle Attacker of the Week: Alex Shmelev, Grand Canyon
Off the Block National Libero of the Week: Michael Simmons, Lewis
Off the Block National Freshman of the Week: Brody Earnest, BYU

Conference Awards

Big West Offensive Player of the Week: Rado Parapunov, Hawai’i
Big West Defensive Player of the Week: Nick Amado, Long Beach State
Big West Freshman of the Week: Logan Clark, UC San Diego

ConfCarolinas Player of the Week: Angelos Mandilaris, Barton

EIVA Offensive Player of the Week: Hayden Wagner, George Mason
EIVA Defensive Player of the Week: Jack Reese, George Mason

Independent Teams Player of the Week: Johansen Negron, Lincoln Memorial

MIVA Offensive Player of the Week: Pelegrin Vargas, Purdue Fort Wayne
MIVA Defensive Player of the Week: Michael Simmons, Lewis

MPSF/Molten Offensive Player of the Week: Davide Gardini, BYU
MPSF/Molten Defensive Player of the Week: Felipe de Brito Ferreira, BYU

Division III National Awards

Sports Imports/AVCA Division III National Player of the Week: Ryan McDonough, Elmira

NAIA National Awards

NAIA National Attacker of the Week: Felix Chapman, Grand View
NAIA National Defender of the Week: Emilier De Jesus, Siena Heights
NAIA National Setter of the Week: Luciano Bucci, Park

National Coaches Poll

1. Long Beach State — 238 (14) points
2. Hawai’i — 226 (2) points
3. UC Santa Barbara — 204 points
4. Pepperdine — 185 points
5. UCLA — 154 points
6. UC Irvine — 151 points
7. Lewis — 148 points
8. BYU — 144 points
9. Stanford — 132 points
10. Loyola — 79 points
11. USC — 72 points
12. CSUN — 61 points
13. Purdue Fort Wayne — 50 points
14. George Mason — 30 points
15. Ball State — 22 points
Others receiving votes: Grand Canyon 14; Princeton 8

National Media Poll

1. Long Beach State — 107 (8) points
2. Hawai’i — 102 (3) points
3. UC Santa Barbara — 85 points
4. Pepperdine — 68 points
5. UCLA — 60 points
6. Lewis — 46 points
7. BYU — 42 points
8. UC Irvine — 40 points
9. Stanford — 32 points
10. Loyola — 8 points
Others receiving votes:Barton 4; USC 2; Concordia-Irvine 1

Division II National Coaches Poll

1. Lewis — 55 (11) points
2. Barton — 43 points
3. McKendree — 32 points
4. Concordia-Irvine — 21 points
5. UC San Diego — 9 points
Others receiving votes: Lincoln Memorial 3; Charleston 1; King 1

RPI rankings

1. Hawai’i
2. Long Beach State
3. Pepperdine
4. UC Santa Barbara
5. UCLA
6. Stanford
7. BYU
8. UC Irvine
9. Lewis
10. CSUN
11. Loyola
12. USC
13. Barton
14. Grand Canyon
15. Ball State
16. King
17. Purdue Fort Wayne
18. George Mason
19. Penn State
20. Lincoln Memorial
21. Princeton
22. North Greenville
23. Concordia-Irvine
24. Belmont Abbey
25. St. Francis
26. Ohio State
27. UC San Diego
28. McKendree
29. Mount Olive
30. Lindenwood
31. Limestone
32. Erskine
33. Queens
34. Harvard
35. NJIT
36. Emmanuel
37. Quincy
38. Coker
39. Charleston
40. Sacred Heart
41. Lees-McRae
42. Daemen
43. Alderson Broaadus

Division III National Coaches Poll

1. Carthage — 341 (18) points
2. Springfield — 325 (4) points
3. Kean — 314 (2) points
4. Stevens — 282 points
5. Benedectine — 270 points
6. Stevenson — 253 points
7. Endicott — 177 points
8. SUNY New Paltz — 164 points
9. MSOE — 150 points
10. Lancaster Bible — 141 points
11. Southern Virginia — 136 points
12. North Central — 96 points
13. Elms — 74 points
14. Arcadia — 68 points
T-15. Dominican — 23 points
T-15. Rivier — 23 points
Others receiving votes: California Lutheran 16; St. Joseph’s 15; Hunter 5; NYU 4; Fontbonne 3; Juniata 3

NAIA National Coaches Poll

1. Missouri Baptist — 106 (10) points
2. Lourdes — 98 points
3. Benedictine Mesa — 90 points
4. Grand View — 82 points
5. Park — 71 points
6. Aquinas — 68 points
7. Ottawa (Kansas) — 55 points
8. Mount Mercy — 51 points
8. Hope International — 35 points
10. St. Ambrose — 30 points
Others receiving votes: St. Andrews 25; Briar Cliff 19; Clarke 3; Life 3