It’s the inaugural recruiting class for new George Mason coach Jay Hosack and he already landed two of the top in-state prospects.
George Mason announced last week that high school seniors Brad Creamer and Bryce Gatling have committed to play for the Patriots beginning in 2017.
Check out Off the Block’s interview from the weekend with new George Mason coach Jay Hosack as he discusses his team’s preseason and preparing for several early-season non-conference matches against projected nationally ranked teams.
The MIVA and EIVA will be well-represented at one of the biggest annual college men’s volleyball non-conference events to open the upcoming season.
UC Santa Barbara unveiled to Off the Block the eight-team field for its home tournament the 2016 Asics Invitational that will feature a record four non-West Coast teams.
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George Mason would be hard pressed to find a more challenging opponent for new coach Jay Hosack to face in his debut.
George Mason recently announced that it will play a home non-conference match against UCLA to open the 2016 season.
One of the most prestigious annual non-conference tournaments will be revamped for the upcoming season featuring two first-time participants.
Hawai’i announced earlier this week that it will play host to Harvard, King and NCAA finalists Lewis at its home non-conference tournament the Outrigger Invitational.
Check out Off the Block’s interview with newly hired Sacred Heart head coach Greg Walker about his new role and continue to grow the program.
A former head coach for two college men’s volleyball programs will take over at Sacred Heart.
Sacred Heart athletics director Bobby Valentine announced earlier this week that the school hired Greg Walker to be its new head coach for the upcoming season.
For the first time in four years, Cal Baptist will travel to the East Coast for non-conference matches.
Cal Baptist as part of recently unveiling its 2016 schedule announced that it will play road matches against both EIVA schools Harvard and Sacred Heart in March.
One of the top teams in the EIVA will play Coker during the upcoming season.
Coker as part of recently unveiling its 2016 schedule announced it will have a road non-conference match against George Mason on Feb. 12 in the first meeting between the two schools.