AVCA Men's All-America Awards

 

Division I-II All-Americans | Division III All-Americans | NAIA All-Americans

 

2015 AVCA MEN'S DIVISION I-II ALL-AMERICA TEAMS 

 

LEXINGTON, Ky. (May 4, 2015) - The American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) is proud to announce its 25th annual AVCA Division I-II Men's All-America Teams. The awards will be presented at the NCAA Men's Volleyball Championship Banquet on the campus of Stanford University on Wednesday, May 6.

Lewis leads the way placing five athletes on the All-American teams. Loyola-Chicago, Pepperdine and UC Irvine each took three awards while Hawai'i has two players earning All-American honors.

 

Highlighting this year's class with his third consecutive AVCA First-Team All-American honor is UC Irvine Libero Michael Brinkley. Three other players have earned their third All-American award in USC's Micah Christenson, Lewis' Geoff Powell and Pepperdine's Matt West. Hawai'i's Taylor Averill, Loyola-Chicago's Thomas Jaeschke, Penn State's Aaron Russell, Pepperdine's Josh Taylor and UC Santa Barbara's Jonah Seif earn are honored for their second time.


The 2015 selections were made by the AVCA Division I-II Men's Volleyball All-America Committee: chairperson Mark Pavlik (Penn State), Sam Shweisky (Princeton), Brian Baise (Harvard), Pete Hanson (Ohio State), Dan Friend (Lewis), Jeremy Price (Grand Canyon), Kevin Ring (UC San Diego), Bill Ferguson (USC), David Heller (Mount Olive), Brandon Skweres (Limestone) and Cole Tallman (Erskine).

 

AVCA Division I-II Men's First-Team All-America    

 

Name

Institution

Pos.

Yr.

Hometown

Taylor Averill*

University of Hawai'i

MB

RS-Sr.

San Jose, CA

Michael Brinkley*^

UC Irvine

L

Sr.

Huntington Beach, CA

Micah Christenson*!

University of Southern California

S

Sr.

Honolulu, HI

Tamir Hershko

UC Irvine

OH

So.

Hod Ha'Sharon, Israel

Thomas Jaeschke*

Loyola University Chicago

OH

Jr.

Wheaton, IL

Zack La Cavera

UC Irvine

RS

Sr.

Huntington Beach, CA

Geoff Powell*%

Lewis University

OH

RS-Sr.

Claremont, CA

Aaron Russell*

Penn State University

OH

Sr.

Ellicott City, MD

Josh Taylor+

Pepperdine University

OH

Sr.

Honolulu, HI

Matt West+^

Pepperdine University

S

Sr.

Seattle, WA


 

AVCA Division I-II Men's Second-Team All-America 

 

Name

Institution

Pos.

Yr.

Hometown

Eric Fitterer

Lewis University

RS

Sr.

Edwardsville, IL

Peter Hutz

Loyola University Chicago

S

Jr.

Whitefish Bay, WI

Jeff Jendryk

Loyola University Chicago

MB

Fr.

Wheaton, IL

Parker Kalmbach

Pepperdine University

RS

RS-Sr.

Coto de Caza, CA

Cody Kessel

Princeton University

OH

Sr.

Colorado Springs, CO

Greg Petty

Lewis University

OH

Sr.

Downers Grove, IL

Brook Sedore

University of Hawai'i

RS

Sr.

Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada

Jonah Seif+

UC Santa Barbara

S

Jr.

Thousand Oaks, CA

Bobby Walsh

Lewis University

MB

Jr.

Chicago, IL

Lucas Yanez

Lewis University

L

Sr.

Burbank, CA

 

AVCA Division I-II Men's National Player of the Year: Announced at NCAA Championship Banquet on May 6. 

AVCA Division I-II Men's Newcomer of the Year: Jeff Jendryk, Loyola-Chicago, MB


  

* -   2014 AVCA Division I-II Men's First-Team All-America selection
+ -  2014 AVCA Division I-II Men's Second-Team All-America selection

^ -   2013 AVCA Division I-II Men's First-Team All-America selection
% - 2013 AVCA Division I-II Men's Second-Team All-America selection
$ -  2012 AVCA Division I-II Men's First-Team All-American selection

! -   2012 AVCA Division I-II Men's Second-Team All-America selection

 

 

AVCA Division I-II Honorable Mention

 

Name

Institution

Pos.

Yr.

Hometown

Brennan Anderson

Pepperdine University

L

Sr.

Newport Beach, CA

Andy Benesh

University of Southern California

MB

So.

Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

Cody Caldwell

Loyola University Chicago

OH

Sr.

Newport Beach, CA

Fabio Diniz

Pfeiffer University

MB

Jr.

Belo Horizonte, Brazil

Kevin Donohue

UC Santa Barbara

OH

Sr.

Mahattan Beach, CA

Robert Feathers

University of Southern California

MB

Sr.

Pacific Palisades, CA

Jennings Franciskovic

University of Hawai'i

S

So.

Westlake Village, CA

J.T. Hatch

UCLA

OH

Fr.

Mesa, AZ

Michael Henchy

Ohio State University

RS

Sr.

Ventura, CA

Miles Johnson

Ohio State University

OH

So.

Carlsbad, CA

Conrad Kaminski

Stanford University

MB

Jr.

New Berlin, WI

Kolby Kanetake

University of Hawai'i

L

Jr.

Honolulu, HI

Brady Markle

Lees-McRae College

OH

Jr.

York, PA

Mike Michelau

Erskine College

OH

Jr.

Trevor, WI

Jaylen Reyes

Brigham Young University

L

Sr.

Honolulu, HI

Nicolas Szerszen

Ohio State University

OH

Fr.

Conflans Ste Hne, France

Sinisa Zarkovic

University of Hawai'i

OH

Jr.

Belgrade, Serbia

Caleb Zimmick

Harvard University

MB

Sr.

Middleton, WI

 

 

 

AVCA Division I-II Men's First-Team All-America

 

Taylor Averill, Hawai'i, MB

Stats: 2.85 K/S, .483 Hitting %, 1.30 B/S

Second consecutive AVCA First-Team All-American appearance...Fourth different player in program history to earn multiple AVCA First-Team All-American honors.

 

Michael Brinkley, UC Irvine, L

Stats: 2.95 D/S

Three-time AVCA First-Team All-American...14th player in AVCA history and the first in program history to be a three-time AVCA First-Team All-American...The last libero to accomplish the feat was Stanford's Erik Shoji from 2009-2011.

 

Micah Christenson, USC, S

Stats: 10.65 A/S, 42 Service Aces, 2.28 D/S, 0.71 B/S

Three-time AVCA All-American (first-team in 2014; second-team in 2012)...The second player in program history to be an AVCA All-American three times (Tony Ciarelli, 2009, 2011-2012).

 

Tamir Hershko, UC Irvine, OH

Stats: 3.55 K/S, .354 Hitting %, 1.29 D/S, 0.44 B/S

First-time AVCA All-American...Alongside teammate Zack La Cavera, become the program's 20th and 21st players to earn AVCA All-American honors.

 

Thomas Jaeschke, Loyola-Chicago, OH

Stats: 4.08 K/S, .392 Hitting %, 49 Service Aces, 2.02 D/S, 0.55 B/S

Second consecutive AVCA First-Team All-American appearance...The third player in program history to earn multiple All-American honors, but the first to earn multiple first-team honors.

 

Zack La Cavera, UC Irvine, RS

Stats: 3.88 K/S, .347 Hitting %, 43 Service Aces, 1.36 D/S, 0.76 B/S

First-time AVCA All-American...Alongside teammate Tamir Hershko, become the program's 20th and 21st players to earn AVCA All-American honors.

 

Geoff Powell, Lewis, OH

Stats: 3.25 K/S, .370 Hitting %, 1.65 D/S, 0.84 B/S

Three-time AVCA All-American (first-team in 2014; second-team in 2013)...Third player in program history to be a three-time AVCA All-American (BJ Boldog, 2012-2014; Victor Rivera, 1997-1999).

 

Aaron Russell, Penn State, OH

Stats: 4.70 K/S, .395 Hitting %, 1.76 D/S, 0.58 B/S

Second consecutive AVCA First-Team All-American appearance...The fourth player in program history to be named a First-Team All-American multiple times.

 

Josh Taylor, Pepperdine, OH

Stats: 3.75 K/S, .369 Hitting %, 1.61 D/S, 0.54 B/S

Two-time AVCA All-American (second-team in 2014)...13th different Wave to earn AVCA All-American honors multiple times.

 

Matt West, Pepperdine, S

Stats: 11.29 A/S, 1.57 D/S, 0.70 B/S

Three-time AVCA All-American (second-team in 2014; first-team in 2013)...Seventh Wave in history to earn AVCA All-American honors at least three times.

 



AVCA Division I-II Second-Team All-America

 

Eric Fitterer, Lewis, RS

Stats: 2.76 K/S, .309 Hitting %, 38 Service Aces, 1.19 D/S, 0.92 B/S

One of four Flyers from this year's class earning AVCA All-American honors for the first time...Together, they are the 15th different players from Lewis to earn the award.

 

Peter Hutz, Loyola-Chicago, S

Stats: 11.30 A/S, 1.54 D/S, 0.66 B/S, .358 Team Hitting %

Alongside teammate Jeff Jendryk, become the 12th and 13th different players to earn AVCA All-American honors.  

 

Jeff Jendryk, Loyola-Chicago, MB

Stats: 1.84 K/S, .495 Hitting %, 1.11 B/S

The 2015 AVCA Newcomer of the Year...Only freshman named to this year's All-American class.

 

Parker Kalmbach, Pepperdine, RS

Stats: 4.04 K/S, .328 Hitting %, 1.90 D/S, 0.79 B/S

21st different player in program history to be recognized as an AVCA All-American...Pepperdine is now tied for fifth in Men's DI-II with UC Irvine for most AVCA All-American student-athletes.

 

Cody Kessel, Princeton, OH

Stats: 4.25 K/S, .301 Hitting %, 1.18 D/S, 0.68 B/S

The first AVCA All-American in program history.

 

Greg Petty, Lewis, OH

Stats: 3.39 K/S, .297 Hitting %, 1.20 D/S, 0.76 B/S

One of three pin hitters from Lewis to earn AVCA All-American honors in this year's class.

 

Brook Sedore, Hawai'i, RS

Stats: 3.36 K/S, 1.49 D/S, 0.66 B/S

Becomes the 19th different player in Hawai'i history to be named an AVCA All-American.

 

Jonah Seif, UC Santa Barbara, S

Stats: 10.18 A/S, 2.26 D/S, 0.81 B/S

Two-time AVCA All-American (second-team in 2014)...Fifth different Gaucho to win AVCA All-American honors multiple times.

 

Bobby Walsh, Lewis, MB

Stats: 1.51 K/S, .496 Hitting %, 1.53 B/S

Part of an AVCA All-American class with five players from Lewis...A first-time AVCA All-American.

 

Lucas Yanez, Lewis, L

Stats: 2.02 D/S

One of two liberos to earn AVCA All-American honors...The second libero in program history to be named an AVCA All-American (Ryan Stuntz, 2002-2003).

 

2015 AVCA MEN'S DIVISION III ALL-AMERICA TEAMS

 

LEXINGTON, Ky. (April 20, 2015) - The American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) is proud to announce its 12th annual AVCA Men's Division III All-America Teams. 

Leading the way is Stevens Institute of Technology with a total of four athletes honored on the first and second teams. Juniata, Nazareth, Springfield and UC Santa Cruz are next in line with three All-Americans each. Dominican, Elmira and SUNY New Paltz register two award winners.

Juniata's Joe Bortak is the only player in this year's class to have earned AVCA All-American accolades all four years. Stevens' Tim Ferriter, Nazareth's Luke Lawatsch and Juniata's Paul Kuhn have been named an AVCA All-American three times. Kean's Bez Arslani, Stevens' David Evans, Springfield's Angel Perez and Keaton Pieper, SUNY New Paltz's Christian Smith, Nazareth's Tim Zyburt and Juniata's Chad Albert round out the All-Americans in this year's class who have taken home the honor multiple times.


The selections were made by the AVCA Men's Division III Volleyball All-America Committee: chairperson Charlie Sullivan (Springfield), Cal Wickens (Nazareth), Scott Wright (Regis), Even Giglio (Wentworth IT), Richard Gary (Wells), Todd Hollenbeck (UC Santa Cruz), Ray Bello (Hunter), Dan Ames (Dominican), Hudson Bates (Marymount) and Robert Cole (NJCU).

 


2015 AVCA MEN'S DIVISION III FIRST-TEAM ALL-AMERICA

 

Player

Institution

Pos.

Yr.

Hometown

Cole Aiazzi

Lakeland College

L

Sr.

Yerington, NV

Bez Arslani+

Kean University

OH

Sr.

Wayne, NJ

Joe Bortak*^@

Juniata College

RS

Sr.

Jeannette, PA

David Evans@

Stevens Inst. of Technology

OH

Sr.

Penfield, NY

Tim Ferriter*^

Stevens Inst. of Technology

RS

Jr.

Rochester, NY

Christopher Husmann

SUNY New Paltz

MB

Jr.

Massapequa, NY

Jacob Landel

UC Santa Cruz

OH

Sr.

Long Beach, CA

Luke Lawatsch+^

Nazareth College

MB

Sr.

Penfield, NY

Ricardo Padilla Ayala

Springfield College

OH

Fr.

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Angel Perez#

Springfield College

OH

Sr.

Naranjito, Puerto Rico

Keaton Pieper*

Springfield College

S

Sr.

Dallas, TX

Christian Smith*

SUNY New Paltz

S

Jr.

Massapequa, NY

Mason Solbrig

Dominican University

MB

So.

Lindenhurst, IL

Tim Zyburt$

Nazareth College

OH

Jr.

Wheaton, IL

 

 

2015 AVCA MEN'S DIVISION III SECOND-TEAM ALL-AMERICA

 

Player

Institution

Pos.

Yr.

Hometown

Kevin Aeckerle

Stevens Inst. of Technology

S

Sr.

Henrietta, NY

Chad Albert+

Juniata College

MB

Jr.

Cranberry Township, PA

Cody Chidsey

Rutgers University-Newark

MB

Jr.

Bath, PA

Alex Coyne

Dominican University

S

So.

Naperville, IL

Erik Griffin

Elmira College

OH

Jr.

Victor, NY

Jake Hurwitz

UC Santa Cruz

L

Sr.

Marina Del Rey, CA

Quin Krisik

MSOE

S

Fr.

Itasca, IL

Paul Kuhn*$

Juniata College

OH

Sr.

York, PA

Chris Mahan

Nazareth College

MB

Jr.

Victor, NY

Jorge Reyes

UC Santa Cruz

MB

Jr.

Chula Vista, CA

Ryan Seifert

Stevens Inst. of Technology

OH

Sr.

Chicopee, MA

Rob Shade

Elmira College

L

Sr.

West Irondequoit, NY

Griffin Shields

Carthage College

RS

So.

Naperville, IL

Alex Vohland

Mount St. Joseph University

OH

So.

West Chester, OH

  

 

2015 AVCA Division III Men's National Player of the Year: Announced April 23 at the NCAA Division III Men's Volleyball Championship banquet in Hoboken, NJ.

2015 AVCA Newcomer of the Year:  Ricardo Padilla Ayala, Springfield, OH

 

* - 2014 AVCA Division III Men's First-Team All-America selection
+ - 2014 AVCA Division III Men's Second-Team All-America selection

^ - 2013 AVCA Division III Men's First-Team All-America selection

$ - 2013 AVCA Division III Men's Second-Team All-America selection

# - 2012 AVCA Division III Men's First-Team All-America selection
@-2012 AVCA Division III Men's Second-Team All-America selection

 

 

AVCA Division III Honorable Mention


Player

Institution

Pos.

Yr.

Hometown

Matt Elias

Juniata College

S

Jr.

Lansdale, PA

Kyle Farley

Kean University

MB

Sr.

Cherry Hill, NJ

Jon Storm

Carthage College

OH

Sr.

Naperville, IL

Branden Torado

UC Santa Cruz

MB

Sr.

Sacramento, CA


 

AVCA Division III First-Team All-America

 

Cole Aiazzi, Lakeland, L

Stats: 3.60 D/S, .955 REC %

First-Time AVCA All-American...Second AVCA All-American from Lakeland after Alec Redlich was a second-team selection a year ago.

 

Bez Arslani, Kean, OH

Stats: 3.82 K/S, .317 Hitting %, 1.43 D/S, 0.67 B/S

Two-time AVCA All-American after making the second team last year...One of two AVCA All-Americans in Kean history (Steve Vahalla in 2012 + 2013).

 

Joe Bortak, Juniata, RS

Stats: 2.79 K/S, .432 Hitting %, 0.89 B/S, 0.88 D/S

Four-time AVCA All-American and third consecutive first-team appearance...Becomes sixth player in Men's Division III history to earn AVCA All-American accolades four times and the second Juniata player (Matt Werle, 2006-2009)... Alongside Stevens' Tim Ferriter, become seventh and eighth players in Men's Division III history to earn AVCA First-Team All-American accolades three times and the second Juniata player (Matt Werle, 2007-2009).

 

David Evans, Stevens, OH

Stats: 3.63 K/S, .362 Hitting %, 1.53 D/S, 30 Aces

Two-time AVCA All-American (second team in 2012)...One of four AVCA All-Americans in this year's class on the Ducks...Had a season-high 23 kills on .556 hitting against now-No. 13 Rutgers-Newark.

 

Tim Ferriter, Stevens, RS

Stats: 2.72 K/S, .332 Hitting %, 1.68 D/S, 0.61 B/S

Three-time AVCA First-Team All-American... Alongside Juniata's Joe Bortak, become seventh and eighth players in Men's Division III history to earn AVCA First-Team All-American accolades three times...His previous first-team selections came while a member of SUNY New Paltz.

 

Christopher Husmann, SUNY New Paltz, MB

Stats: 2.62 K/S, .480 Hitting %, 0.76 B/S

First-time AVCA All-American...Becomes fifth different player in program history to win AVCA All-American honors and third different to make it on the first team.

 

Jacob Landel, UC Santa Cruz, OH

Stats: 3.14 K/S, .318 Hitting %, 1.66 D/S, 39 Aces

First-time AVCA All-American...Becomes seventh different player in Banana Slugs history to earn AVCA First-Team All-American accolades.

 

Luke Lawatsch, Nazareth, MB

Stats: 2.15 K/S, .441 Hitting %, 1.22 B/S

Three-time AVCA All-American (2014: second-team, 2013: first-team)...Only player in program history to be named AVCA All-American three times.

 

Ricardo Padilla Ayala, Springfield, OH

Stats: 2.72 K/S, .339 Hitting %, 1.28 D/S, 42 Aces

One of two freshmen in this year's class to be selected AVCA All-American (only one on first-team)...2015 AVCA Newcomer of the Year...20th different member of the Pride to be an AVCA All-American, which ties them with Juniata for most in Men's Division III.

 

Angel Perez, Springfield, OH

Stats: 2.77 K/S, .303 Hitting %, 1.37 D/S, 0.70 B/S

Two-time AVCA All-American after making it onto the first-team and winning Newcomer of the Year in 2012...Joins teammate Ricardo Padilla Ayala with being the only two players from Puerto Rico.

 

Keaton Pieper, Springfield, S

Stats: 10.29 A/S, 1.19 D/S, 0.49 B/S, .329 Team Hitting %

Consecutive AVCA First-Team All-American appearances...Alongside teammate Angel Perez become sixth and seventh players in program history to have multiple AVCA All-American honors.

 

Christian Smith, SUNY New Paltz, S

Stats: 5.52 A/S, 2.39 K/S, .351 Hitting %, 1.38 D/S, 0.57 B/S

Two-time AVCA All-American after making it onto the first-team last year...Just the second player in Hawks history to earn All-American honors multiple years (Tim Ferriter, 2013 + 2014).

 

Mason Solbrig, Dominican, MB

Stats: 2.07 K/S, .475 Hitting %, 1.16 B/S

2015 marks the first two AVCA All-Americans in program history with his teammate Alex Coyne.

 

Tim Zyburt, Nazareth, OH

Stats: 3.47 K/S, .355 Hitting %, 1.40 D/S, 0.71 B/S

Two-time AVCA All-American (2013: second-team)...Eighth different Golden Flyer to earn AVCA All-American honors multiple times out of ten total All-Americans.

 


AVCA Division III Second-Team All-America

 

Kevin Aeckerle, Stevens, S

Stats: 7.38 A/S, 1.39 D/S, .323 Hitting %

First-time AVCA All-American...Joins teammate Ryan Seifert for being the 10th and 11th players in program history to earn AVCA All-American honors.

 

Chad Albert, Juniata, MB

Stats: 1.75 K/S, .418 Hitting %, 1.03 B/S

Two-time AVCA All-American after making it onto the second-team a year ago.

 

Cody Chidsey, Rutgers-Newark, MB

Stats: 3.14 K/S, .441 Hitting %, 0.64 B/S

First-time AVCA All-American...Third different winner in program history to earn All-American accolades, and the first since Jose Luis Estrada in 1995 when they were an NCAA Division I Institution.

 

Alex Coyne, Dominican, S

Stats: 10.32 A/S, 1.47 D/S, 0.47 B/S, .259 Team Hitting %

2015 marks the first two AVCA All-Americans in program history with his teammate Mason Solbrig.

 

Erik Griffin, Elmira, OH

Stats: 4.14 K/S, .284 Hitting %, 1.49 D/S, 0.57 B/S

Alongside teammate Rob Shade, become the second and third players in program history to earn AVCA All-American honors.

 

Jake Hurwitz, UC Santa Cruz, L

Stats: 2.62 D/S

First-time AVCA All-American...Alongside teammate Jacob Landel and Jorge Reyes, become 11th, 12th and 13th players in program history to earn AVCA All-American honors.

 

Quin Krisik, MSOE, S

Stats: 10.70 A/S, 1.86 D/S, 0.43 B/S

First AVCA All-American in program history.

 

Paul Kuhn, Juniata, OH

Stats: 3.19 K/S, .343 Hitting %, 1.20 D/S, 0.51 B/S

Three-time AVCA All-American (2014: first-team, 2013: second-team)...Third player in program history to earn AVCA All-American accolades at least three times.

 

Chris Mahan, Nazareth, MB

Stats: 1.72 K/S, .336 Hitting %, 1.01 B/S

First-time AVCA All-American...Becomes 10th different player to garner AVCA All-American honors in program history.

 

Jorge Reyes, UC Santa Cruz, MB

Stats: 1.95 K/S, .432 Hitting Percentage, 0.80 B/S

First-time AVCA All-American...Led team in total blocks with 74.

 

Ryan Seifert, Stevens, OH

Stats: 3.22 K/S, .281 Hitting %, 1.60 D/S, 0.64 B/S

First-time AVCA All-American...Selected Sports Imports/AVCA Player of the Week on April 14th.

 

Rob Shade, Elmira, L

Stats: 2.82 D/S, .944 REC %

Alongside teammate Erik Griffin, become the second and third players in program history to earn AVCA All-American honors.

 

Griffin Shields, Carthage, RS

Stats: 3.82 K/S, .319 Hitting %, 1.41 D/S, 0.96 B/S

First-time AVCA All-American...14th different player in program history to earn AVCA All-American honors.

 

Alex Vohland, Mount St. Joseph, OH

Stats: 4.06 K/S, .279 Hitting %, 1.95 D/S, 0.50 B/S

First AVCA All-American in program history.

 

                                                                                               - AVCA -

 

 

2015 AVCA NAIA MEN'S ALL-AMERICA TEAMS

 

LEXINGTON, Ky. (April 20, 2015) - The American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) is proud to announce its sixth annual AVCA Men's NAIA All-America Teams. 

This year's team honors 10 student-athletes: six seniors, three sophomores, and one freshman. This class of distinguished individuals includes five outside hitters, two middle blockers, two setters, and one libero.


Missouri Baptist University is the only school with multiple award winners, while Concordia University Irvine, Hope International University, Grand View University, Lourdes University, Warner University, St. Ambrose University, Park University and Clarke University each landed one on the list. Earning repeat All-American nods were Dominique Blonski (Hope International), Pedro Cardoso (Grand View), Hui Ding (Warner) and Tyler Wills (Clarke). Wills is the only player to be named an AVCA All-American four times.

The selections were made by the AVCA NAIA Men's Volleyball All-America Committee: chairperson Donan Cruz (Grand View University), Mark Lau (Graceland), John Yehling (Missouri Baptist), Shawn Patchell (Concordia Irvine) and Greg Reitz (Lourdes).

 

Name

Institution

Pos.

Yr.

Hometown

Brett Anema

Concordia University Irvine

MB

Sr.

La Mirada, CA

Dominique Blonski**

Hope International University

OH

Sr.

Bartenheim, France

Pedro Cardoso**

Grand View University

OH

So.

Sao Paulo, Brazil

Frank Craig

Lourdes University

OH

Sr.

Jacksonville, FL

Hui Ding**

Warner University

L

So.

Hangzhou, China

Kyle Foley

Missouri Baptist University

S

Fr.

St. Louis, MO

Mico Janicijevic

Missouri Baptist University

OH

So.

Gornji Milanovac, Serbia

Nick Lynch

St. Ambrose University

S

Sr.

St. Charles, MO

Caio Souza

Park University

MB

Sr.

Recife, Brazil

Tyler Wills****

Clarke University

OH

Sr.

Galena, IL

 

*Denotes number of years named an AVCA NAIA Men's All-American

 

AVCA NAIA Men's National Player of the Year:  To be announced Wednesday, April 22, 2015.