Off the Block for the ninth consecutive season will present national awards honoring some of the best players in college men’s volleyball. Among the NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball award that Off the Block will present includes the Lloy Ball Award, the Karch Kiraly Award, the Bryan Ivie Award, the Ryan Millar Award, the Erik Shoji Award, the Division II National Player of the Year, the International Player of the Year, the National Blocker of the Year, the National Server of the Year, the Freshmen All-American Team and the top player of African descent award.
The winners for all these awards are determined by a nationwide voting committee comprised of college men’s volleyball coaches and media members.
The finalists and award winners will be announced throughout the college men’s volleyball postseason.
Check out the player stats provided to voters for each NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball national awards presented by Off the Block.
Diversity Award — Top NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball player of an ethnic minority
(Award to be renamed in honor of a former standout college men’s volleyball player).