TJ DeFalco (above) and the Long Beach State men will almost certainly be announced as the #1 seed in the men’s NCAA volleyball bracket on Sunday afternoon.
BYU is off to its third straight NCAA Tournament after sewing up the MPSF Tournament title with a four-set win over UCLA on Saturday.
Who’s in? Who’s out? And where does everyone rank? Check out our final VolleyMob Bracketology with the selection show later today.
After splitting the regular season meetings and finishing 1, 2 in the standings, No. 2 BYU and No. 3 UCLA…
Get caught up on the MPSF Tournament with a preview of the semifinals ahead.
As conference tournaments begin and Big West and EIVA play rolled on, there were some shakeups atop the national statistical rankings. Cal State Northridge’s Arvis Greene grabbed the lead in points per set, while Ball State and Pepperdine took the No. 1 spots in digs and aces per set.
Selection Sunday is ahead, so check out the latest bracketology from VolleyMob about what things might look like right now.
Hawaii’s Joe Worsley averaged 10.50 assists and 2.00 digs per set, while setting the team to a .277 hitting effort in a split against No. 1 Long Beach State en route to VolleyMob Player of the Week honors.
Check out the latest conference standings as the regular season is now over.
After Hawaii was the first to take down LBSU, they move into an important position in the rankings; VolleyMob Men’s Top 20 Power Rankings (Week 16).