After forcing another fifth-set match, No. 8 men’s volleyball fell to No. 12 BYU for the second time this year. With this loss, the team’s season comes to a close, and seniors Kyle Dagostino, Russell Dervay, Jordan Ewert and Chris Moore complete their Stanford volleyball careers.
In preparation for the first round of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Men’s Volleyball Tournament (MPSF), which will begin on Saturday, the conference released its All-MPSF Volleyball Selections yesterday, April 11. No. 8 Stanford (15-10, 6-6 MPSF) and No. 12 Brigham Young (12-11, 6-6 MPSF) both have five selections and are tied for the most.
This Saturday, Stanford men’s volleyball (14-10, MPSF 5-6) will travel to Phoenix, Arizona for their final regular season game of the year, where they will play Grand Canyon University (12-14, MPSF 2-8). This will be the Cardinal’s final chance to boost their Mountain Pacific Sports Federation record before postseason play kicks off. Stanford is currently…
No. 8 men’s volleyball recovered from their worst beatdown of the season to earn their first road win of the season after defeating UC San Diego on Saturday night.
After a draining 2-3 loss to No. 9 BYU on Thursday, No. 8 men’s volleyball (12-6, 4-3 MPSF) ended their three year losing streak against the Cougars (8-5, 4-3) with an emphatic 3-1 win. Stanford is now tied with BYU for third place in the MPSF conference standings.
After being derailed by a two week road trip, the Stanford men’s volleyball 2019 Revenge Tour is back in full swing. The No. 9 Cardinal (9-5, 2-2 MPSF) swept Concordia University (5-10, 1-2) in three sets on Saturday. The Eagles had dispatched the Cardinal in three sets almost exactly a year ago.
Tonight No. 9 Stanford men’s volleyball (7-3, 0-0 MPSF) travels to Los Angeles to take on No. 4 University of California, Los Angeles (8-2, 0-0 MPSF) for both team’s first conference game of the season. The Cardinal enter the game on a two-game losing-streak after dropping a double-header in Hawaii and must bounce back quickly to remain relevant this season.
Stanford men’s volleyball completes their eight game homestand with a pair of wins over No. 15 Purdue Fort Wayne (4-4). The eighth-ranked Cardinal (7-1) dragged themselves to the finish line Friday night in an unpleasant 3-1 win. The team made adjustments and came back Saturday night to a much more solid 3-0 victory.