Two of the top 25 nationally ranked high school prospects have committed to UCLA beginning in 2015.
UCLA coach John Speraw announced Tuesday that high school seniors and Volleyball Magazine Top 25 Players to Watch selections Jason Arnitz and John Hessenauer along with Eric Matheis have all signed national letters of intent to play for the Bruins.
There will be another Sander at BYU following the 2014 season.
BYU coach Chris McGown announced Thursday that Brenden Sander, the brother of All-American outside Taylor Sander, was among the five high school seniors who signed national letters of intent to join the Cougars starting in 2015. Continue reading →
[Editor's note: BYU All-American opposite Ben Patch after earning the National Newcomer of the Year in May opted to step away from college men's volleyball to go on a two-year mission trip with the LDS church. Throughout his mission trip, Off the Block will post updates provided by Patch to give volleyball fans an inside look at the All-American's journey. Patch is currently serving his mission in Columbus, Ohio. In addition, these entries are written by Patch. His views do not necessarily represent those of Off the Block]
Multiple high school player of the year winners and a member of U.S. Boys’ Youth National Team highlights Stanford’s incoming recruiting class.
Stanford coach John Kosty announced during the weekend that high school seniors Kyle Dagostino, Evan Enriques and Cole Paullin have signed their national letters of intent to join the Cardinal for the 2015 season. Continue reading →
It’s an extremely quiet preseason for a two-time defending NCAA champion, but that’s just the way UC Irvine prefers it this fall.
UC Irvine coach David Kniffin said Tuesday in an interview with Off the Block that he opted to scale back his team’s preseason schedule to give his players more rest following their postseason run last season.