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Multiple teams have an opportunity tonight to pull off monumental upsets.
Concordia-Irvine playing host to No. 14 Stanford highlights the slate of matches tonight as the Eagles attempt to get their first win against a NCAA Division I-II nationally ranked team. In addition, King will try to get the program’s first victory against Conference Carolinas powerhouse Mount Olive. Continue reading
Everything including rematches from last year’s postseason to near must-win matches for several teams is on the college men’s volleyball slate tonight.
No. 2 Lewis will attempt to add to winless No. 15 Penn State’s early-season woes as both teams meet in a critical non-conference match. In addition, out on West Coast No. 8 UC Santa Barbara will play No. 4 BYU with a chance to pull off a program first in the rally scoring era. Continue reading
It’s the start of October and that means three months remain before the start of the 2015 college men’s volleyball season.
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Members from the Belgian Junior National Team and England Junior National Team will be among the incoming recruits joining Mount Olive for the upcoming season.
Mount Olive coach David Heller announced Monday that recent high school graduates Hollevoet and Robert Poole, Bret Rutledge, Peyton Schirman, Jeff Yasalonis and Victor Zamudio all committed to play for Mount Olive starting in the 2015 season.
In its program’s second year, Erskine is heading to the NCAA Tournament.
Outside attacker Michael Michelau had a team-high four aces and 14 kills as Erskine defeated Mount Olive 25-20, 26-24, 27-25 in the Conference Carolinas Tournament championship match Wednesday in Due West, S.C., to earn the conference’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.
One of the six tickets to the NCAA Tournament will be punched tonight.
The first conference title match of the postseason will take place as Erskine and Mount Olive play each other in the Conference Carolinas Tournament championship match.
Craziness might not even be a strong enough word to describe the weekend in college men’s volleyball.
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Erskine and Mount Olive are each now one win away from becoming the first Conference Carolinas team reach the NCAA Tournament.
The No. 1 seed Erskine and the No. 3 seed Mount Olive won their conference tournament semifinal matches on Saturday to advance to the Conference Carolinas championship match. The winner of that title match will receive the conference’s automatic bid to the six-team NCAA Tournament in Chicago.