LBSU’s TJ DeFalco leads the 20-man watch list for National Player of the Year as we head to the season’s home stretch.
David Wieczorek led the Waves to victory on Sunday afternoon in Malibu.
The Matadors prove their win was not just a fluke by repeating the outcome from the night before.
Arvis Greene led the front for CSUN in their sweep of Hawaii.
Cal State Northridge earned its first Big West win and coach Jeff Campbell his 300th win by sweeping No. 3 Hawaii. Also picking up key Big West victories were No. 1 Long Beach State and No. 5 UC Irvine, while No. 2 BYU and No. 8 Pepperdine grabbed MPSF wins.
Coker College is now the team leader in aces per set (2.02), taking over the top spot from Cal State Northridge. New individual leaders are Lincoln Memorial’s Pedro Carvalho in blocks per set and Sacred Heart’s Joshua Ayzenberg in digs per set.
#2 Hawaii was the more efficient and balanced team as they swept #15 Penn State on the night.
Hawaii showed a strong serve and offense in a sweep of fellow top-10 opponent Lewis.
In the Week 9 NCAA statistical rankings UC Irvine’s Scott Stadick seized the top spot in blocks per set (1.305), while BYU became the national leader in team stuffs per set.
#3 Hawai’i made quick work of #12 Concordia-Irvine, sweeping the Eagles in just under 90 minutes.