Life without graduated four-time All-American outside attacker Taylor Sander will be an adjustment for BYU coach Chris McGown, but it’s a challenge he is embracing.
McGown said in a recent interview with Off the Block that despite not having a returning All-American player, BYU has now more overall depth on its roster than it had in previous seasons. Continue reading →
BYU All-American outside attacker Taylor Sander isn’t concerned about his legacy this weekend.
Sander said during the BYU’s news conference on Wednesday that despite any talk of whether he’s the best player in college men’s volleyball history, his primary focus is beating Stanford in the upcoming NCAA Tournament semifinals. Continue reading →
More than 40 seasons of college men’s volleyball has resulted in numerous memorable and interesting moments.
Off the Block on the final Thursday of each month during the college men’s volleyball season in an effort to help preserve the sport’s history will showcase several match highlights and stories from the past.
BYU coach Chris McGown is keeping his team from panicking about its 0-2 start to the season
Instead, McGown said in an interview with Off the Block on Wednesday that he has worked to keep those two non-conference losses in perspective as the Cougars prepare to open the MPSF season this weekend.
For the first time in almost a decade, BYU is back in the national championship match.
The No. 1 seed BYU overcame a five-point deficit in the third game to complete the sweep against the No. 4 seed Penn State in the NCAA Tournament semifinals on Thursday in Los Angeles.
Following the match, the coaches and players from both BYU and Penn State addressed the media in a postmatch news conference. Check out what each team had to say about the semifinal match. Continue reading →
Add another top coaching award to BYU coach Chris McGown’s list this season.
Hours before BYU plays in its men’s volleyball NCAA Tournament semifinals match, the AVCA announced Thursday afternoon that McGown was selected as the 2013 Men’s Division I-II National Coach of the Year. Continue reading →