Thomas More College is joining NCAA Division III Men’s Volleyball for the 2019 season.
Vassar senior middle hitter Matthew Knigge put his name in the school’s record books as the eighth member of the 1,000 kill club.
In Wednesday night men’s action, #12 IPFW eked out a 3-2 victory on the road at McKendree for their first MIVA win of the season. Lincoln Memorial and Sacred Heart also picked up home wins.
DIII #1 Springfield College had a huge comeback against EIVA member Harvard, knocking off the Crimson in 5. #18 Concordia-Irvine downed Hope International in 4.
No. 4 UC Irvine and No. 18 Fort Wayne notched their seventh victories of the season, topping Concordia-Irvine and Lourdes respectively, while North Greenville and King opened Conference Carolinas action with wins on Wednesday night.
No. 8 Cal State Northridge came into Friday night riding high at 5-0, but a sixth-straight win was not in the cards as the Matadors fell to Concordia-Irvine at home in four sets.
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The 2017 NCAA Men’s Division III champions, Springfield have topped the season-opening poll with 20 first-place votes ahead of Stevens who has earned 2 first-place nods.
The addition of men’s volleyball at Immaculata University signals continued growth for the sport.
Concordia University Chicago becomes the 93rd Division III men’s volleyball program.
Craig Kolek, the head coach of the Rivier University men’s and women’s volleyball teams, has become the first coach in…
Mount Union to add men’s volleyball which will compete at the Division III level.
Division III men’s volleyball has a new addition to their 75 NCAA programs in Randolph-Macon College. The college’s Director of…
Hilbert College will suspend their men’s volleyball team for the 2018 season with plans to form a stronger team for the 2018-2019 season with the AMCC.
The duo, which played on the Rainbow Warrior’s NCAA semifinal team, sits atop group C after Day 1 of the championships.
The Pride put up 15 blocks in a 3-1 win over SUNY New Paltz, to claim the school’s 10th men’s volleyball national title and fourth Division III crown.
Springfield’s Luis Vega, a three-time AVCA first team All-American was named Division III Player of the Year last week.
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