Bryan Ivie Award voting results

The Bryan Ivie Award is annually given to the nation’s best opposite in NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball during the regular season.

The award is named after the former U.S. Olympian and USC All-American opposite Bryan Ivie and is selected by a nationwide voting committee of college men’s volleyball coaches and media members.

A voter can select up to three players on their Bryan Ivie Award ballot with a first-place vote worth three points, a second-place vote worth two points and a third-place vote valued at one point. The top three vote-getters are named finalists, and the opposite receiving the most votes is recipient of the Bryan Ivie Award.

Check out the complete voting results for the Bryan Ivie Award.

2018 Bryan Ivie Award voting results
1. Kyle Ensing, Long Beach State — 53 votes
2. Tanner Syftestad, UC San Diego — 23 votes
3. Arvis Greene, CSUN — 16 votes
4. Christian Hessenauer, UCLA — 8 votes
5. Karl Apfelbach, UC Irvine — 7 votes
6. Gabi Garcia Fernandez, BYU — 6 votes
7. Calvin Mende, Penn State — 4 votes
T-8 Ricky Gevis, Loyola — 3 votes
T-8. Evan Cory, Lincoln Memorial — 3 votes
10. Angelos Mandilaris, Barton — 2 votes

2017 Bryan Ivie Award voting results
1. Stijn van Tilburg, Hawai’i — 43 votes
2. Miles Johnson, Ohio State — 40 votes
3. Ben Patch, BYU — 17 votes
4. Kyle Ensing, Long Beach State — 5 votes
T-5. Jeff Hogan, St. Francis — 3 votes
T-5. Tanner Syftestad, UC San Diego — 3 votes
T-7. Angelos Mandilaris, Barton — 2 votes
T-7. Maalik Walker, McKendree — 2 votes
T-9. Tamir Hershko, UC Irvine — 1 vote
T-9. Calvin Mende, Penn State — 1 vote
T-9. Robert Poole, Mount Olive — 1 vote

2016 Bryan Ivie Award voting results
1. Ben Patch, BYU — 71 (23) points
2. Matt Tarantino, Pepperdine — 30 points
3. Andy Sellan, IPFW — 10 (1) points
4. Branden Clemens, Harvard — 5 points
T-5. Mitch Perinar, Lewis — 4 points
T-5. Stijn van Tilburg, Hawai’i — 4 points
T-7. Jeff Hogan, St. Francis — 3 (1) points
T-7. Joao Victor Santos, Coker — 3 (1) points
9. Kyle Ensing, Long Beach State — 2 points
T-10. Christopher Delucie, Sacred Heart — 1 point
T-10. Miles Johnson, Ohio State — 1 point
T-10. Vasilis Mandilaris, Barton — 1 point
T-10. Matt Marsh, UC Santa Barbara — 1 point
T-10. Ryan Moore, Lindenwood — 1 point

2015 Bryan Ivie Award voting results
1. Parker Kalmbach, Pepperdine — 64 (14) points
2. Zack La Cavera, UC Irvine — 48 (7) points
3. Brook Sedore, Hawai’i — 31 (6) points
4. Cody Kessel, Princeton — 17 (1) points
T-5. Eric Fitterer, Lewis — 4 points
T-5. Nick Goodell, Penn State — 4 points
T-5. Colin Hackworth, Lindenwood — 4 (1) points
T-5. Andrew Sellan, IPFW — 4 (1) points
T-9. Arthur Carbal, Coker — 3 (1) points
T-9. Michael Michelau, Erskine — 3 points
11. Ben Plaisted, Loyola — 1 point