The Southern California Indoor Volleyball Hall of Fame (SCIVBHOF) has announced its final group of 27 nominees, consisting of players and coaches that range from the 1940s to the 2000s, for 15 induction spots for the 2019 class.
Check out the full list of award winners this week from the 2018 VolleyMob Men’s All-Americans to the All-Freshman Team.
Long Beach State head coach Alan Knipe is the 2018 VolleyMob Men’s National Coach of the Year.
Courtesy: Long Beach State Athletics LONG BEACH – Following an incredible season that culminated in winning the 2018 National Championship,…
With the success of the latest NCAA Tournament and backing from LBSU head coach Alan Knipe, here’s why the NCAA should expand the men’s tournament.
Junior outside hitter Kyle Ensing, LBSU’s top hitter on the night, put the win in perspective. “Looking back on our last two years, losing in the semifinals, that’s always in the back of our minds and going into the match we always had that in the back of our mind. We really pushed ourselves a lot this match and we came out on top and it means the world.”
A few tidbits from the National Championship Saturday night.
In a rematch of the first NCAA title match back in 1970, No. 1 Long Beach State reversed its fortune and earned a five-set come-from-behind victory over UCLA on Saturday night, claiming its first NCAA title since 1991.
Here are most of the things you need to know (and some you might not know) entering the national championship tonight at Pauley Pavilion.
Long Beach State’s Alan Knipe says “This is what you train all year for and we’ve talked about our process to getting to this point since the very first days of the fall. We get the chance to come in and compete for a national championship, which is exactly what the goal was from the first day. Here we go.”