Off the Block on Sunday unveiled the finalists for 10 of the NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball national awards that it annually presents. Check out all the awards and the players selected as finalists.
The award winners will be announced on Friday as part of Off the Block’s College Men’s Volleyball National Awards Presentation.
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A nationwide voting committee selected four players as finalists for the nation’s top award to an opposite.
Off the Block announced Sunday that Long Beach State’s Kyle Ensing, BYU’s Gabi Garcia Fernandez, Barton’s Angelos Mandilaris and Hawai’i’s Rado Parapunov were named finalists for the 2019 Bryan Ivie Award.
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A nationwide voting committee selected Lincoln Memorial opposite Evan Cory, Barton opposite Angelos Mandilaris and Lewis setter Matt Yoshimoto as finalists for the Division II National Player of the Year
The Division II National Player of the Year is awarded to the nation’s best player on a NCAA Division II men’s volleyball team during the regular season. While Division I and Division II schools compete for the same national championship and individual awards, this award is the only national player of the year solely for Division II players.
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A nationwide voting committee selected 10 players to the annual Off the Block Freshmen All-American Team that was unveiled Friday.
The Off the Block Freshmen All-American Team honors the top NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball freshmen players from the regular season. This is the seventh year Off the Block has presented the national honor, which remains the only Freshmen All-American Team presented in college men’s volleyball.
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George Huhmann showed once again why he was the 2019 EIVA Player of the Year.
Huhmann finished with both a match-high 19 kills on a .424 attack percentage and three aces as Princeton defeated Barton 25-23, 25-21, 18-25, 25-20 in the NCAA Tournament play-in match on Thursday in Wilson, North Carolina.
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Princeton and Barton will kick off the 2019 NCAA Tournament with the play-in match on Thursday. Check out what to know about this postseason match and how to follow it live.
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Barton will have a chance on its home court to win its first NCAA Tournament match in program history as it plays host to Princeton in the play-in match on Thursday.
Listen to Off the Block’s interview with Barton coach Jeff Lennox and all-conference opposite Angelos Mandilaris.
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The NCAA Tournament will begin with the ConfCarolinas champions Barton playing host to EIVA champions Princeton in the play-in match on Thursday. Check out the quick-hit guide about what to know for this NCAA Tournament match.
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Check out Off the Block’s postmatch interview with coach Jeff Lennox after Barton beat King in the ConfCarolinas Tournament finals to clinch a berth in the NCAA Tournament.
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Barton finally found a way to put away King — it just took five championship-points and a decisive fifth-game overtime in the biggest match of the season.
The Bulldogs rallied in overtime and fought off a championship-point to beat the Tornado 23-25, 25-22, 25-13, 25-27, 17-15 in the ConfCarolinas Tournament finals on Thursday in Wilson, North Carolina.
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