Three players who helped the United States qualify for the upcoming FIVB Youth World Championship are among the latest recruits to commit to Hawai’i.
Hawai’i announced Friday that six high school seniors have all signed national letters of intent to join the Rainbow Warriors beginning in the 2016 season.
Both a former member of the U.S. Boys Youth National Team and a high school conference player of the year recipient have committed to BYU.
BYU announced Tuesday that high school seniors Branden Oberender and Alex Ah Sue signed national letters of intent to join the Cougars following their two-year church missions.
Four players with experience of making deep postseason runs at the high school and club levels have committed to play for USC.
USC announced during the weekend that high school seniors Ryan Moss, Tyler Resnick, Matt Douglas and Woody Cook all signed national letters of intent to join the Trojans beginning in the 2016 season.
A member of the U.S. Boys Youth National Team who received an award at a recent international tournament will be among new players joining Stanford for the 2016 season.
Stanford announced Thursday that high school senior outside attackers Jordan Ewert, Matt Klassen and Ryan Smith all signed national letters of intent with the Cardinal.
The season is still about two months away but several MPSF teams already have an advantage over other conference opponents in the race for a spot in the NCAA Tournament because of their non-conference schedules.
Off the Block using the same criteria as the NCAA Tournament selection committee analyzed non-conference schedules of MPSF teams that have released their complete 2015 schedules to determine what teams could have an advantage come Selection Saturday.
The home opener for Pepperdine next season will be versus an EIVA team that reached the postseason last year.
Pepperdine as part of unveiling its 2015 schedule recently announced that it will play a two-match non-conference series against George Mason on Jan. 9-11.
Hall of Fame coach Marv Dunphy isn’t putting any value in preseason expectations — even if they are high for his Pepperdine team.
Dunphy said in a recent interview with Off the Block that he is more focused on replacing player from last year’s Co-MPSF regular season championship team than preseason discussions about the possibility of Pepperdine winning the NCAA title.
UC Santa Barbara and St. Francis will both open the upcoming season with a first in their programs’ histories.
St. Francis as part of recently unveiling its 2015 regular season schedule announced it will play its season-opener on the road against UC Santa Barbara in the first meeting between the two teams.
USC is in a position to make run at the NCAA championship this upcoming season and coach Bill Feeguson knows it.
Feeguson in a recent interview with Off the Block said the Trojans have embraced the high preseason expectations surrounding the team.
The two former NAIA national powerhouses that recently moved to NCAA Division I-II will meet in a non-conference match during the upcoming season.
Cal Baptist as part of unveiling its 2015 scheduled announced Wednesday that it will play host to Lindenwood in March.