The legend of Ohio State All-American outside attacker Nicolas Szerszen just got even bigger.
Szerszen had a match-winning ace in a fifth-game overtime as Ohio State defeated UCLA 22-25, 25-22, 25-21, 20-25, 18-16 in the NCAA Tournament semifinals on Thursday in University Park, Pennsylvania. Continue reading
Check out all the college men’s volleyball NCAA Tournament matches to follow today and how to follow them live. Continue reading
With any NCAA Tournament semifinal there are some stats and trends to know before the match begins — and this year is no exception.
Check out this breakdown of the upcoming NCAA Tournament semifinal matches. Continue reading
Check out Off the Block editor Vinnie Lopes’ interview with UCLA outside attacker JT Hatch following the team’s practice Wednesday before the NCAA Tournament semifinals. Continue reading
Check out Off the Block’s interview with UCLA all-conference middle attacker Mitch Stahl as he discusses the preparing for his first NCAA Tournament and overcoming a mid-season injury.. Continue reading
Check out Off the Block’s interview with UCLA coach John Speraw as the Bruins prepare for their upcoming NCAA Tournament semifinal match next week. Continue reading
A freshman for the first time in the history of the award is the nation’s top server in college men’s volleyball.
Off the Block announced Thursday that a nationwide voting committee selected UCLA all-conference setter Micah Ma’a as the 2016 Off the Block/Springbak, Inc. National Server of the Year. Continue reading
It’s officially Selection Sunday and the race for the final at-large bid is too close to call — but for bracketology purposes a projected needs to be made. Continue reading
All the matches are over and now the only thing left is the number crunching before Selection Sunday.
Off the Block has crunched the numbers using the same criteria as the selection committee to show how the top teams in the nation fare against each other in the race for the two at-large bids and NCAA Tournament seeding. Continue reading
No. 1/1 BYU took full advantage of all the No. 3/3 UCLA errors and is once again the MPSF Tournament champions.
The Cougars benefitted from the Bruins having a season-high 27 service errors as it beat UCLA 25-20, 25-19, 18-25, 25-15 in the MPSF Tournament finals on Saturday in Provo, Utah. Continue reading