The United States ended its World University Games with a victory and another big offensive performance from former Lewis All-American outside attacker Greg Petty.
Petty finished with a match-high 21 kills as the United States rallied to beat Australia 32-30, 24-26, 22-25, 25-20, 15-11 on Saturday in South Korea to conclude the international tournament in 17th place. Continue reading →
The United States moved to brink of the elimination from medal contention at the World University Games despite a tournament-best performance from UC Irvine outside attacker Kyle Russell. Continue reading →
After four rounds and more than 10,000 online votes, four players have reached the championship round of the Off the Block/Springbak, Inc. Fan Choice National Player of the Year.
The Off the Block/Springbak, Inc. Fan Choice National Player of the Year is an annual 64-player bracket-style tournament that recognizes the best individual performances from NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball players during the season and gives volleyball fans from around the world the chance decide the winner through online voting. Continue reading →
The on-campus championship celebration for Loyola hasn’t even happened yet, but it’s time to start looking forward to the 2016 season.
Check out Off the Block’s early projections at what teams will be in the top top 10 of the preseason national rankings for the upcoming season that is eight months away from starting. Continue reading →
The blocking game for Loyola stepped up and its hopes at repeating as NCAA champions are still alive.
Middle attacker Nicholas Olson had a match-high seven blocks as the No. 3 seed Loyola swept the No. 2 seed UC Irvine 25-22, 25-19, 25-17 on Thursday in Palo Alto, California to advance to the NCAA Tournament finals. Continue reading →
Two teams will remain in contention for the 2015 national championship by the end of the night.
The NCAA Tournament semifinals will get underway as the No. 2 seed UC Irvine will play the No. 3 seed Loyola. In addition, the No. 1 seed Lewis and the No. 4 seed Penn State will pay each other in the other semifinal. Continue reading →