The coach who led Rutgers-Newark to its last EIVA championship almost 30 years ago is coming back to the conference where his coaching career started.
Sacred Heart announced on Tuesday that it hired Robert Bertucci to be its new head coach for the upcoming season. Continue reading “Sacred Heart hires NCAA Tournament experienced head coach”
USC is just that appealing for a job — even if it required Greg Walker to go from a head coach to an assistant coach and move across the country.
USC announced Thursday that Greg Walker stepped down as the Sacred Heart head coach to become an assistant coach with the Trojans for the upcoming season. Continue reading “Sacred Heart head coach departs to join USC coaching staff”
Five college men’s volleyball players have earned national awards for being the best at their position. Continue reading “Off the Block, Molten unveil National Position Player of Week Awards”
Five college men’s volleyball players have earned national awards for being the best at their position. Continue reading “Off the Block unveils National Position Player of Week Awards”
Time to empty the notebook that is filled with college men’s volleyball news and notes. Check out some of the more interesting news tidbits and other notes involving college men’s volleyball. Continue reading “The Notebook Dump: News tidbits, notes from college men’s volleyball”
Erskine is heading back to New England for the first time since its inaugural season.
The ConfCarolinas school as part of unveiling its 2018 schedule during the weekend announced that it scheduled non-conference road matches against Princeton, NJIT and Sacred Heart. Continue reading “Erskine to make big EIVA road trip in upcoming season”
A nationwide voting committee selected Sacred Heart libero Joshua Ayzenberg, Stanford libero Evan Enriques and Long Beach State libero Andrew Sato as finalists for the annual Erik Shoji Award.
The Erik Shoji Award, which is named after the former Stanford All-American and U.S. Olympian libero, is presented to the nation’s best libero in NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball during the regular season. Continue reading “LBSU, Sacred Heart, Stanford liberos named Erik Shoji Award finalists”
Watch Off the Block special contributor Jonathan Bates’ postmatch interview with coach Greg Walker after Sacred Heart lost in three games to No. 6/6 UCLA on Friday. Continue reading “Video: Sacred Heart coach discusses benefits of tough MPSF road trip”
Outside attacker Dylan Missry made sure there would not be a chance for a wild non-conference upset at the John Wooden Center.
Missry finished with both a match-high 10 kills on a .625 attack percentage and three aces as No. 6/6 UCLA swept Sacred Heart on Friday in the first all-time meeting between the two programs. Continue reading “Video: Missry and company leads UCLA in sweep of Sacred Heart”
Six players based on your votes have an opportunity to win a college men’s volleyball national award for their outstanding performances in February.
Sacred Heart libero Josh Ayzenberg, Erskine libero Bryan Cardozo, Stanford outside attacker Jordan Ewert, Hawai’i setter Jennings Franciskovic, Alderson Broaddus middle attacker Myles Miller and Hawai’i opposite Stij van Tilburg all advanced to the championship round of the Off the Block/Springbak, Inc. National Player of the Month. Continue reading “Voting underway for OTB/Springbak National Player of Month championship round”