The Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association announced its second Hall of Fame class on Monday (April 16).
Ohio State senior Nicolas Szerszen is the first player to be named MIVA Player of the Year for 3-straight seasons.
Frenchman Nicolas Szerszen is now just 4 kills from Ohio State’s career record in the category.
The top four seeds held home court Saturday night in the quarterfinals of the MIVA Tournament with all four matches…
The MIVA Tournament begins Saturday. Check out our preview of the matches, contenders and more.
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.
Nicolas Szerszen has been named the 2018 Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association (MIVA) Player of the Year, becoming the first student-athlete in conference history to earn three MIVA Player of the Year designations.
Ohio State and Loyola Chicago earned a regular season split for the title with Ball State and Lewis right behind; MIVA Final Update.
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.
Hawaii’s Rado Parapunov posted a kills/block double double and averaged 4.43 kills and 1.86 blocks, while hitting .404 in a pair of wins over UC Santa Barbara en route to VolleyMob Player of the Week honors.