Lloy Ball Award voting results

The Lloy Ball Award is annually given to the nation’s best setter in NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball during the regular season.

The award is named after former U.S. Olympic gold medalist and IPFW All-American setter Lloy Ball 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 Lloy Ball 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 setter receiving the most votes is recipient of the Lloy Ball Award..

Check out the complete voting results for the Lloy Ball Award.

2018 Lloy Ball Award voting results
1. Josh Tuaniga, Long Beach State — 55 votes
2. Micah Ma’a, UCLA — 34 votes
3. Sanil Thomas, Ohio State — 9 votes
4. Matt Yoshimoto, Lewis — 3 votes
T-5. Leo Durkin, BYU — 2 votes
T-5. Joe Worsley, Hawai’i — 2 votes
T-5. Garrett Zolg, Loyola — 2 votes
T-8. Dante Chakrovorti, UC Irvine — 1 vote
T-8. Nick Drooker, King — 1 vote
T-8. Brian Negron, George Mason — 1 vote

2017 Lloy Ball Award voting results
1. Josh Tuaniga, Long Beach State — 66 votes
2. Christy Blough, Ohio State — 16 votes
3. Leo Durkin, BYU — 14 votes
4. Michael Saeta, UC Irvine — 8 votes
5. Micah Ma’a, UCLA — 6 votes
6. Jennings Franciskovic, Hawai’i — 5 votes
7. Connor Gross, Ball State — 3 votes
8. Matt Yoshimoto, Lewis — 2 votes
T-9. Nick Drooker, King — 1 vote
T-9. Federico Pagliara, Barton — 1 vote

2016 Lloy Ball Award voting results
1. James Shaw, Stanford — 50 (16) points
2. Christy Blough, Ohio State — 26 (4) points
3. Josh Tuaniga, Long Beach State — 19 (1) points
T-4. Peter Hutz, Loyola — 10 (1) points
T-4. Micah Ma’a, UCLA — 10 (1) points
6. Leo Durkin, BYU — 9 points
7. David Grandy, Erskine — 6 (2) points
T-8. Taylor Hammond, Penn State — 4 points
T-8. Jonah Seif, UC Santa Barbara — 4 points
10. Daniel Ford, St. Francis — 3 (1) points

2015 Lloy Ball Award voting results
T-1. Micah Christenson, USC — 65 (16) points
T-1. Matt West, Pepperdine — 65 (13) points
3. Peter Hutz, Loyola — 31 (4) points
4. Jennings Franciskovic, Hawai’i — 8 (1) points
5. David Specian, Pfeiffer — 7 points
T-6. Jonah Seif, UC Santa Barbara — 6 points
T-6. Michael Saeta, UC Irvine — 6 points
8. James Shaw, Stanford — 5 points
9. Omar Rivera, IPFW — 3 (1) points

2014 Lloy Ball Award voting results
1. Micah Christenson, USC — 56 points
2. Matt West, Pepperdine — 28 points
3. James Shaw, Stanford — 18 points
T-4. Peter Hutz, Loyola — 13 points
T-4. Connor Olbright, Long Beach State — 13 points
6. Graham McIlvaine, Ball State — 6 points
T-7. BJ Boldog, Lewis — 3 points
T-7. Jonah Seif, UC Santa Barbara — 3 points
T-9. Omar Rivera, IPFW — 2 points
T-9. Tim Schmidt, Lindenwood — 2 points