Barton’s Angelos Mandilaris, Belmont Abbey College’s Rob Valentine and Limestone’s Francisco Salinger Cenzual were named Conference Carolinas’ Offensive Player, Defensive Player and Freshman of the Year respectively, while King’s Ryan Booher was tabbed as Coach of the Year.
King and Mount Olive registered sweeps to stay among the top three in the Conference Carolinas standings, while No. 16…
No. 13 Grand Canyon held on for a four-set home win over No. 15 Concordia Irvine with a strong block and efficient hitting to highlight Friday night action. Other winners were No. 8 Ohio State, No. 16 George Mason, No. 18 McKendree, Barton (RV) and Harvard.
No. 7 Ohio State edged No. 17 Penn State on the road in five sets with help from 10 aces,…
#14 CUI picked up a four-set win over EIVA member Harvard, while Charleston survived a five-setter in South Carolina against Conference Carolinas member North Greenville.
February 28 brought us some Conference Carolina action along with a top-notch MIVA battle for the top spot in the league.
Senior opposite Robert Poole averaged 4.44 kills and 3.11 digs per set, while hitting .359 as Mount Olive swept Coker, Belmont Abbey and Queens (NC) en route to VolleyMob Player of the Week and Conference Carolinas Player of the Week accolades.
Barton, Mount Olive, and North Greenville all walked away with sweeps on Saturday.
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.
King University blows past North Greenville for first ever Conference Carolinas tournament victory