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 busiest day in the college men’s volleyball postseason is here with the MIVA Tournament and MPSF Tournament getting underway.
Pepperdine playing host to UC Santa Barbara highlights the four MPSF Tournament quarterfinals tonight. In addition, BYU after pulling off two upsets last week will attempt to pull off another one as it travels to USC. Continue reading →
A nationwide voting committee selected eight players to the annual Off the Block/Springbak, Inc. Freshmen All-American Team.
The Off the Block/Springbak, Inc. Freshmen All-American Team honors the top NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball freshmen players from the regular season. It is also the only Freshmen All-American Team presented in college men’s volleyball. Continue reading →
Freshman outside attacker J.T. Hatch had a match-high 16 kills as No. 12 UCLA swept No. 14 Stanford 25-18, 25-19, 25-20 on Friday in Palo Alto, California to clinch the final berth in the eight-team MPSF Tournament.
Check out the video highlights of the conference match shot by Off the Block special contributor Ted Wang. Continue reading →
Check out Off the Block special contributor Ted Wang’s postmatch interview with coach John Speraw after No. 12 UCLA swept No. 14 Stanford on Friday to clinch the final berth in the MPSF Tournament. Continue reading →
The postseason is not here yet, but several matches tonight will have a definite postseason feel.
No. 1 Hawai’i will attempt to maintain its hold on first place in the MPSF as it opens a two-match series against No. 6 BYU. In addition, No. 12 UCLA and No. 14 Stanford will play each other with a postseason berth on the line. Check out all the college men’s volleyball matches to follow tonight. Continue reading →
No. 1 Hawai’i had to make a big comeback but finished the night clinching its first postseason home match in five years.
All-American middle attacker Taylor Averill had a team-high six blocks and added 16 kills as Hawai’i rallied to beat No. 12 UCLA 22-25, 23-25, 25-16, 25-19, 15-8 on Monday in Los Angeles. Continue reading →