Video: NCAA men’s volleyball community unites to stop Asian hate

Jonathan Bates | Associate Editor


With the recent rise of hate crimes against people from the Asian American Pacific Islander community, NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball players, coaches and conference commissioners are calling on the nation to stop Asian hate.

Off the Block contacted schools and conferences requesting their participation in a public service announcement to denounce the racially motivated crimes and to promote peace. View the public service announcement that features players and coaches from Charleston, Lincoln Memorial, Ohio State, Princeton, St. Francis Brooklyn, Saint Francis, Fairleigh Dickinson, McKendree, Mount Olive and UC Santa Barbara as well as both the EIVA and MIVA commissioners.