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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.
No. 7 Pepperdine and No. 13 Ball State swept their foes on the road, while No. 6 BYU scored an upset of No. 3 BYU to win their ninth straight late Saturday night.
The top 10 teams held rank on Friday night with No. 1 Long Beach State, No. 2 Hawaii, No. 5 Loyola, No. 8 Lewis, No. 9 Ohio State and No. 10 UC Santa Barbara picking up wins.
Lincoln Memorial’s Pedro Carvalho took over the national leader in individual blocks per set, while Concordia-Irvine grabbed the top spot in team stuffs per set on Week 8.
UCSB got Big West play off with plenty of fireworks while others like #11 Pepperdine scored a big upset; Feb. 23 Late Night Recap.
UC Irvine’s Scott Stadick is putting up 1.392 stuffs per set, making him opponents’ worst nightmare at the net. As a team, BYU owns the national lead in the category with 2.82 per set.
Class of ’18 S/RS Ryan Damm will join CSUN for the 2019 season after committing to the Matadors.
Ball State continued its role as giant killer on its first homestand in nearly a month, following Friday’s upset of No. 8 Lewis with a four-set win over No. 5 Loyola. No. 19 Stanford pulled off a road upset, besting No. 10 Grand Canyon in four sets.