National Server of the Year voting results

The Off the Block/Springbak, Inc. National Server of the Year recognizes the top individual serving performance from a NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball player during the regular season.

A voter can select up to three players on their National Server of the Year 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 player receiving the most votes is the recipient of the National Server of the Year.

Check out the complete voting results for the National Server of the Year.

2018 National Server of the Year voting results
1. Jalen Penrose, Penn State — 22 votes
2. Robert Poole, Mount Olive — 18 votes
T-3. Nicolas Szerszen, Ohio State — 17 votes
T-3. David Wieczorek, Pepperdine — 17 votes
5. Micah Ma’a, UCLA — 14 votes
6. TJ DeFalco, Long Beach State — 7 votes
7. Gabi Garcia Fernandez, BYU — 6 votes
T-8. Sanil Thomas, Ohio State — 3 votes
T-8. Brendan Sander, BYU — 3 votes
10. Joao Victor Santos, Coker — 1 vote

2017 National Server of the Year voting results
1. Nicolas Szerszen, Ohio State — 49 votes
2. Dimitar Kalchev, CSUN — 33 votes
3. Michael Saeta, UC Irvine — 26 votes
4. Robert Poole, Mount Olive — 4 votes
5. Aleksa Brkovic, Barton — 3 votes
T-6. Nick Drooker, King — 2 votes
T-6. Jake Langlois, BYU — 2 votes
T-6. Mitch Stahl, UCLA — 2 votes
T-6. Matt Szews, Ball State — 2 votes
10. Matt Yoshimoto, Lewis — 1 vote

2016 National Server of the Year voting results
1. Micah Ma’a, UCLA — 65 (21) points
2. Dimitar Kalchev, CSUN — 17 points
3. Michael Saeta, UC Irvine — 16 points
4. Artur Cabral, Coker — 14 (3) points
5. Aleksa Brkovic, Barton — 7 points
6. Nicolas Szerszen, Ohio State — 5 points
T-7. Miles Johnson, Ohio State — 3 points
T-7. Jalen Penrose, Penn State — 3 (1) points
9. James Shaw, Stanford — 2 points
T-10. TJ DeFalco, Long Beach State — 1 point
T-10. Ben Patch, BYU — 1 point

2015 National Server of the Year voting results
1. Thomas Jaeschke, Loyola — 44 (9) votes
2. Aaron Russell, Penn State — 43 (5) votes
3. Paco Velez, George Mason — 31 (5) votes
4. Micah Christenson, USC — 20 (5) votes
5. Brook Sedore, Hawai’i — 13 (2) votes
6. Artur Carbal, Coker — 11 (2) votes
7. Colin Hackworth, Lindenwood — 10 (2) votes
8. Matt Tarantino, Pepperdine — 6 votes
9. Zach La Cavera — 5 (1) votes
T-10. Nick Serowski, King — 3 (1)
T-10. Alex Harthaller — 3 (1) votes
T-12. Enzo Mackenzie, Sacred Heart — 2 votes
T-12. Michael Saeta, UC Irvine — 2 votes
14. Cody Kessel, Princeton — 1 vote

2014 National Server of the Year voting results
1. Joseph Smalzer, Loyola — 43 votes
2. Gonzalo Quiroga, UCLA — 35 votes
3. Aaron Russell, Penn State — 27 votes
4. Taylor Sander, BYU — 26 votes
5. Scott Siwicki, Lindenwood — 4 votes
T-6. Micah Christenson, USC — 3 votes
T-6. Zack LaCavera, UC Irvine — 3 votes
T-8. Evan Licht, UC Santa Barbara — 2 votes
T-8. Graham McIlvaine, Ball State — 2 votes
T-10. Colin Hackworth, Lindenwood — 1 vote
T-10. Steven Irvin, Stanford — 1 vote

2013 National Server of the Year voting results
1. Joseph Smalzer, Loyola — 38 (10) points
2. Micah Christenson, USC — 29 (6) points
3. Gonzalo Quiroga, UCLA — 19 (2) points
4. Levi Cabral, Cal Baptist — 11 (1) points
5. Taylor Sander, BYU — 9 points
6. Greg Herceg, Ball State — 7 (2) points
7. Ricardo Ferrer, Coker — 5 (1) points
T-8. Colin Hackworth, Lindenwood — 2 points
T-8. Michael Kvidahl, George Mason — 2 points
T-10. Kevin Hart, Limestone — 1 point
T-10. Aaron Russell, Penn State — 1 point
T-10. Kevin Tillie, UC Irvine — 1 point
T-10. Maurice Torres, Pepperdine — 1 point