By the Numbers: Best college men’s volleyball player to wear No. 30 jersey

Photo courtesy of Limestone athletics

It’s all about the numbers — particularly the number on the jersey.

Off the Block is unveiling the best player to wear each jersey number in NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball during the 25-point rally scoring era.


The latest installment in this summer series examines the best to don the No. 30 jersey.

Best player to wear No. 30
Scott Warren, Limestone (2012-13)

Awards and honors: 2012 Co-ConfCarolinas Player of the Year, 2012 First-Team All-ConfCarolinas
Player bio: Warren is still the only person in LImestone’s program history to win the ConfCarolinas Player of the Year. Warned earned the award during his first season back in college volleyball following an eight-year break as he finished in the conference’s top five with both a 3.07 kills per game average and a 1.15 blocks per game average. The transfer from Newman University had double-digit kills in 14 matches that season, including a combined 25 kills on a .380 attack percentage in two victories against Sacred Heart. Despite missing part of the 2013 season, Warren still ended his senior season among the team leaders with a 2.36 kills per game average..

Best players to wear No. 30 by conference

Big West: Alexander Anastassiades, Long Beach State
ConfCarolinas: Scott Warren, Limestone
MPSF: Jeremy Casebeer, UCLA
Independents: N/A

One Reply to “By the Numbers: Best college men’s volleyball player to wear No. 30 jersey”

  1. Oh rally scoring era, different world…
    I know an old timer #30 from Stanford that was decent. 😉

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