ig West regular season champion Long Beach State survived a three-hour marathon with No. 5 Hawaii to remain undefeated at 24-0. Meanwhile, No. 16 George Mason went the distance with Harvard to sew up the EIVA regular season title and Princeton picked up a historic sweep at No. 17 Penn State to grab the league’s final playoff spot.
#16 George Mason overcame match point to down (RV) Harvard in five sets and win the EIVA regular season title outright.
King took down LMU in a pre-tournament tune-up while NJIT and North Greenville earned victories as well; April 10 & 11 Recap.
An amazing 40-kill output in a five-set loss to Cal State Northridge gave the Matadors’ Arvis Greene the national lead in kills per set, ending UC San Diego’s Tanner Syftestad’s nearly season long reign atop the category.
Harvard looks to unseat George Mason for the EIVA regular season title while a wild race for the 4-seed could occur.
With the NCAA committee making official picks in just a few weeks, get caught up in our bracketology of who is in and who is out.
A perfect 23-0 mark has Long Beach State hanging on to the No. 1 spot in the AVCA Top 15 poll, but UCLA’s upset of then No. 2 BYU shook up the remainder of the Top 5.
Every week at VolleyMob we will release the updated standings in every conference in Collegiate Men’s Volleyball. League play is…
With some losses in front of them, Hawaii capitalized with their first road wins to move up to #5; VolleyMob Men’s Top 20 Power Rankings (Week 15).
UC Irvine moved up a spot to #4, making them the second highest ranked non-league winner; RPI Update (April 9).