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.
This makes both the men’s and women’s volleyball teams eligible for post-season competition in 2018-2019.
Of the 11 men’s volleyball players eligible after being selected Academic All-District, nine received Academic All-America honors this week. One beach volleyball player also was honored.
Women’s head coach B.J. Barnes will add men’s head coaching duties for the newly-formed team beginning next season.
Springfield College def. Stevens Institute of Technology 3-0 (25-20, 25-14, 25-9) Springfield College Pride wins 2018 NCAA Division III National…
It was a tale of two semi-finals on Friday evening in Kenosha, Wisconsin at the 2018 Division III championships. In…
Springfield College qualified to play in their 7th-straight NCAA Division III Championship game.
Friday night in Kenosha, Wisconsin will play host to the semi-finals of the 2018 Men’s NCAA Volleyball National Championship tournament,…
Springfield College senior Sergio Figueroa Velez was named the AVCA Division III National Player of the Year for men’s volleyball.
Springfield College men’s volleyball head coach Charlie Sullivan has been selected as the 2018 USMC/American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Division III Men’s National Coach of the Year, his third such honor and first since 2012.