Huhmann powers Princeton past Barton in offensive laden NCAA play-in match

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George Huhmann showed once again why he was the 2019 EIVA Player of the Year.

Huhmann finished with both a match-high 19 kills on a .424 attack percentage and three aces as Princeton defeated Barton 25-23, 25-21, 18-25, 25-20 in the NCAA Tournament play-in match on Thursday in Wilson, North Carolina. Continue reading “Huhmann powers Princeton past Barton in offensive laden NCAA play-in match”

ConfCarolinas Going to the Dogs: Barton Bulldogs win conference title in epic fashion

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Barton finally found a way to put away King — it just took five championship-points and a decisive fifth-game overtime in the biggest match of the season.

The Bulldogs rallied in overtime and fought off a championship-point to beat the Tornado 23-25, 25-22, 25-13, 25-27, 17-15 in the ConfCarolinas Tournament finals on Thursday in Wilson, North Carolina. Continue reading “ConfCarolinas Going to the Dogs: Barton Bulldogs win conference title in epic fashion”

Championship round field set for Off the Block National Player of Month

Six players based on your votes have an opportunity to win a college men’s volleyball national award for their outstanding performances in March

McKendree’s Francisco Comas, Lincoln Memorial’s Evan Cory, Barton’s Oscar Fiorentino, George Mason’s Jack Reese, Grand Canyon’s Cole Udall and Purdue Fort Wayne’s Pelegrin Vargas all advanced to the championship round of the Off the Block National Player of the Month. Continue reading “Championship round field set for Off the Block National Player of Month”

Bracketology: Team comparisons using selection committee criteria

Two weeks before the start of the college men’s volleyball postseason and the bracketology battle teams remain tight.

Off the Block crunched the numbers using the same criteria as the selection committee to show how the top teams in the nation fare against each other in the race for the two at-large bids and NCAA Tournament positioning. Continue reading “Bracketology: Team comparisons using selection committee criteria”