UC Irvine, Fort Wayne Tally Seventh Wins to Highlight Wednesday Action
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.
Stanford Begins 7 Match Road Streak, Beginning With LBSU
Stanford (1-6) begins a seven-match road trip with a rematch against No. 1 Long Beach State (7-0) on Friday at 6 p.m. in Walter Pyramid.
Inside the Numbers: A Look at the NCAA Men’s Week 3 Statistics
VolleyMob Player of the Week Tanner Syftestad maintained his hold on the top spot nationally in kills (5.15) and points per set (6.08), while Loyola’s Paul Narup leads the nation in hitting percentage (.583).
VolleyMob Player of the Week: Tanner Syftestad, UCSD
Senior opposite Tanner Syftestad had a solid all-around weekend, hitting, blocking and in the backcourt for UC San Diego, earning him VolleyMob Player of the Week honors.
Undefeated Long Beach State Remains No. 1 in AVCA Poll
With a sweep of Stanford on Saturday, Long Beach State moved to 7-0, maintaining its hold on the top spot in the AVCA Coaches Top 15 poll.
2018 Men’s Volleyball Standings Update (Post-Week 3)
The NCAA Men’s Volleyball Standings after week 3 action.
UCSB Rises to the Fringe of the Top 10; VolleyMob Men’s Top 20 Power Rankings (Week 4)
UC Santa Barbara (#11) rises to the fringe of the top 10; VolleyMob Men’s Top 20 Power Rankings (Week 4).
#1 LBSU Wins First Half Of Home-And-Home; Sweep #16 Stanford
#1 Long Beach State remained undefeated by sweeping #16 Stanford Saturday night. The two meet again on Friday, January 26, this time at the Pyramid.
Chavers Notches Career-High 24 Kills as UCSB Tops Pepperdine
Junior outside Corey Chavers pounded down a career-high 24 kills and added six blocks and two aces to lift UC Santa Barbara past No. 12 Pepperdine on Saturday.
#4 UC Irvine Hits .438 in Five-Set Comeback Win over #13 Grand Canyon
A balanced offensive attack, featuring six players with five or more kills, and a .438 team hitting effort helped No. 4 UC Irvine rally for a five-set win over homestanding Grand Canyon on Saturday evening.