1993 Men's National Player of the Year
Stanford's Canyon Ceman Named 1993 AVCA Men's National Player of the Year
Colorado Springs, Colo. - The American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) is pleased to announce Canyon Ceman of Stanford University is the 1993 AVCA Player of the Year for NCAA men's volleyball.
Ceman, a junior setter, is Stanford's first Player of the Year honoree in men's volleyball. A two-time AVCA First-Team All-American (1992, '93), Ceman led the No. 2- ranked Cardinal to a final 1993 regular season record of 18-6 and a 16-3 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) record and MPSF, Pacific Division, conference championship.
Ceman led the Cardinal in assists with 1,202 and tallied 121 kills, 107 digs and 62 blocks. Named 1993 MPSF Player of the Year, Ceman set a school record for single-match assists with 115 in Stanford's win over Hawai'i back in March. That total ranks second in the AVCA Records Book.
Formal presentation of the 1993 AVCA Men's National Player of the Year award will be made Thursday, May 6, at the NCAA Men's Championship Banquet in Los Angeles. The function is one of the events surrounding the tournament to be held May 7-8 at UCLA.