The No. 9 Lewis Flyers took out No. 4 Ohio State with help from a 21 kill night by outside hitter Ryan Coenen and an all-around statistical win, while No. 19 Concordia downed No. 13 Grand Canyon with a balanced offensive attack, including three double-digit kill efforts, to highlight Thursday play.
#7 Ohio State made quick work of #12 IPFW Saturday night in St. John Arena, sweeping the ‘Dons.
February 8 saw a lot of hard-fought five-set matches along with a few high-powered sweeps across the country.
Ohio State head coach Pete Hanson says a three-peat is in the conversation for the Buckeyes, but that his team won’t judge success in 2018 on wins and losses.
Vote getter Ball State provided the upset of the evening with a four-set road win over No. 12 St. Francis…
#7 Ohio State made quick work of #9 Penn State behind a .480 team hitting percentage.
Home court advantage was key on Thursday night as No. 6 Loyola, No. 7 Ohio State and No. 10 Lewis all earned victories.
Jake Hanes led the Ohio State offense with 19 kills as the seventh ranked Buckeyes swept #13 Saint Francis.
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.
UCLA remains undefeated on the season and GCU is off to their best start in program history.