Teams from MIVA have defeated the MPSF on back-to-back nights, but if that streak is to continue Grand Canyon will have pull off its biggest upsets in program history.
No. 7 USC traveling to play Grand Canyon highlights tonight’s slate of match. In addition, out on the West Coast emerging NCAA Division II program Concordia-Irvine will play host to UC San Diego. Continue reading →
Coach Jeremy Price is the first admit last season for Grand Canyon was a disappointment but the Antelopes could be ready for a big bounce-back season.
Price in a recent interview with Off the Block said that several subtle adjustments within the program and a revamped training session should help Grand Canyon return to the top-half of the conference standings.
Grand Canyon scheduling its upcoming home opener against the powerhouse USC is more than just a match — it’s a statement for the entire university.
Coach Jeremy Price said in an interview with Off the Block earlier this week that being able to get the program’s first non-conference home match against a likely nationally ranked team is a sign of growth for the emerging NCAA Division I school. Continue reading →
The MIVA Tournament continues with two nationally ranked teams trying to get home wins to advance to the semifinals.
Lewis with its NCAA Tournament at-large bid hopes on the line will play host to Grand Canyon in the conference tournament quarterfinals. In addition, Ball State will try to reach the MIVA Tournament semifinals for the third consecutive season as it plays Lindenwood.
It took the final matches of a four-month regular season to determine all the seeds, but the postseason is now beginning in full force across the nation.
The Conference Carolinas will have its championship match on Wednesday, while MIVA and MPSF will have their conference tournaments quarterfinals starting Thursday. Here is the initial look and the historical information to know about every upcoming conference tournament match before you fill out your bracket. Continue reading →
It’s the final day of the regular season and there is still plenty on the line.
No. 9 UCLA and No. 10 Hawai’i will both play in must-win matches as they try to clinch the final berth in the MPSF Tournament. In addition, three teams still have a shot at the No. 5 seed for the upcoming MPSF Tournament.