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DI MVB: Bring on BYU: St. Francis schedules huge home match for 2019.
No. 6️⃣ on our countdown of the top non-conference matches in 2019 featuring .@EIVAVolleyball teams......
.@RedFlashMVB vs. .@BYUvolleyballhttp://ow.ly/jbj530lTfDh
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Volleyball:
Check out all the matches today involving NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball teams and how to follow them live.

Barton (18-6, 14-0 ConfCarolinas) vs. King (17-5, 13-1 ConfCarolinas)
Match vitals: 7 p.m. Bristol, Tennessee
Follow live: Live stats, Online video, In-match tweets
What to know: It’s not much of a surprise that Barton and King are meeting the final weekend of the regular season with first place in the ConfCarolinas on the line. The two teams were separated by four points atop the ConfCarolinas Preseason Coaches Poll. In addition, Barton and King were the 2017 Co-ConfCarolinas regular season championships after the Bulldogs beat the Tornado in the final weeks of the regular season. Barton this year now has a chance to win an out-right regular season championship on King’s home court. The Bulldogs enter this road match with one-match lead on the second-place Tornado. The Bulldogs are also two wins away from becoming the first team to go undefeated in ConfCarolinas play since the conference started receiving an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament in 2014. This match will feature two of the top pin hitters in the ConfCarolinas. Barton opposite Angelos Mandilaris is fifth in the nation with a 3.99 kills per game average and has the fourth-best attack percentage in the ConfCarolinas at .311. The all-conference sophomore also had a match-high 18 kills while hitting .389 in a sweep against King in February. Mandilaris has double-digit kills in all but one match this season, including as season-high 22 kills in a four-game victory against Mount Olive on Tuesday. King outside attacker Jeff Sprayberry is third in the conference and in the nation’s top 20 averaging 3.56 kills per game. In addition, the 2017 ConfCarolinas Player of the Year had a match-high 16 kills on a .414 attack percentage as King defeated Limestone on Tuesday to remain in contention for the ConfCarolinas regular season title. Sprayberry has hit more than .400 in seven ConfCarolinas matches, but was held to a season-low .081 attack percentage in the previous meeting against Barton. Along with the conference regular season title, Barton with a win can clinch the No. 1 seed and home court advantage throughout the conference tournament. Even with a loss, the Bulldogs will be assured the head-to-head tiebreaker against the Tornado if they win one game. The No. 1 seed has won every ConfCarolinas Tournament since the conference started receiving an automatic berth to the NCAA Tournament.

No. 7/6 Ohio State (19-4, 10-2 MIVA) vs. No. 15 Fort Wayne (17-9, 5-7 MIVA)
Match vitals: 7 p.m. in Fort Wayne, Indiana
Follow live: Live stats, Radio feed, In-match tweets
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Opposite Alvaro Gimeo led NJIT back into postseason contention and is now receiving the first national award of his college career.

Off the Block announced Monday that Gimeo was selected as the Springbak, Inc./Off the Block National Freshman of the Week.

Gimeo had both a match-high 13 kills on a .478 attack percentage and three aces in a series-opening sweep against Charleston on Saturday. He also finished with 15 kills while hitting .333 and added five digs as NJIT defeated Charleston in three games on Sunday to complete the series sweep.

With these weekend victories, NJIT moves within two matches behind Princeton for the final berth to the four-team EIVA Tournament.

Gimeo is the first NJIT player to earn National Freshman of the Week honors in the five-year history of the national award.

The National Freshman of the Week is presented each week during the regular season to the NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball freshman who had the most outstanding performance. The winner is announced every Monday during the regular season on the Off the Block website, offtheblockblog.com.

Each of the five NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball conferences have an opportunity each week to nominate one player for the National Freshman of the Week. In addition, fans and teams can nominate a player for the National Freshman of the Week by tweeting their nominee to the official Twitter account of Off the Block, @offtheblock11.

Off the Block is a website that started in January 2011 and has become the nation’s leader in college men’s volleyball coverage.
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Lewis coach Dan Friend one year after his daughter was born prematurely will now help raise awareness about premature births and funding for a local hospital.

No. 3 Lewis women’s volleyball will play Southern Indiana in its annual Playing For Preemies’ night match at 7 p.m. Friday in Romeoville, Illinois.

Rae Analyn Friend, the daughter of Dan Friend and his wife Lorelee Smith, was born prematurely on June 5, 2016. With a birth weight of less than two pounds, she would spend the first few months of her life in a neonatal intensive care unit before being discharged and permitted to go home.
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Volleyball: DI DII DIII MVB:
Time to empty the notebook that is filled with college men’s volleyball news and notes. Check out some of the more interesting news tidbits and other notes involving college men’s volleyball.
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DI DII Volleyball:
The development of NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball caliber players has spread throughout the majority of states in the nation.

While the traditional powerhouse of California and Illinois continue to be the biggest recruiting hotbeds, players from 35 states will be on NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball rosters during the upcoming season.

Off the Block conducted a recent analysis examining the hometowns for every player on an active roster of a NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball team. In addition, Off the Block will unveil on Wednesday the best current player from each state.
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DI DII Volleyball:

College men’s volleyball is continuing to grow — along with all the places throughout the United States that are producing players.

Off the Block in a recent analysis ranked the top current NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball player from each state entering the upcoming season.

The criteria used to determine the best player from each state included returning players’ on-court performances with their college teams in previous years and participating in any international tournaments this summer. In addition, pre-college accolades and achievements were considered for incoming recruits.

NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball rosters for the upcoming season will feature players from 35 states. To view the Off the Block map showing the hometowns for all current NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball players, click here.
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Volleyball:
The development of NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball caliber players has spread throughout the majority of states in the nation.

While the traditional powerhouse of California and Illinois continue to be the biggest recruiting hotbeds, players from 35 states will be on NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball rosters during the upcoming season.

Off the Block conducted a recent analysis examining the hometowns for every player on an active roster of a NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball team. In addition, Off the Block will unveil on Wednesday the best current player from each state.

Check out hometowns for all U.S. players in college men’s volleyball and what areas produces the most college players by using the interactive map below.
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