In addition to the Division I indoor champions Nebraska (above), Division I beach champions UCLA, Division II indoor champions Concordia – St. Paul, and NAIA champions Lindsey Wilson College were also honored.
Long Beach State leads the list as they try to defend their title with plenty of competition just in their league coming.
Check out the full list of award winners this week from the 2018 VolleyMob Men’s All-Americans to the All-Freshman Team.
Long Beach State head coach Alan Knipe is the 2018 VolleyMob Men’s National Coach of the Year.
Ohio State senior Nicolas Szerszen is the 2018 VolleyMob Men’s National Player of the Year.
After ranking second in country in points per set, UCSD’s Tanner Syftestad headlines the list of the VolleyMob Men’s Third-Team All-Americans.
The NCAA champion was crowned on Saturday as Long Beach State edged past UCLA in five sets. With play ended,…
Jake Hanes of Ohio State starts off the list of the 2018 VolleyMob Men’s All-Freshman Team.
Long Beach State finishes number one in the final 2018 VolleyMob Men’s Top 20 Power Rankings.
Lincoln Memorial edged past BYU for the top spot in team blocking with 2.84 stuffs per set, while King, which won the Conference Carolinas title and will be making its NCAA debut on Thursday, dropped its nation’s best opponent hitting percentage mark even lower from .158 to .146. Meanwhile UCLA’s Daenan Gyimah secured his hold on the title of the nation’s most efficient player.