Men's Volleyball

Loyola Maintains Spot In Top 10 In AVCA Poll
Jan. 23, 2017

CHICAGO - For the 63rd consecutive week, the Loyola University Chicago men’s volleyball team is ranked in the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Division I-II Poll. The Ramblers, who are 4-3 this season, check in at No. 10, down one spot from last week.

Last week, Loyola split a pair of five-set road matches versus ranked opponents, falling at No. 15 Penn State before rallying for a thrilling victory at No. 11 George Mason. So far this season, Loyola owns wins over a pair of ranked teams (BYU and George Mason) and all three of its losses have come at the hands of ranked foes.

Loyola takes a week off before opening Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association play by hosting Lindenwood on February 3.

This week’s AVCA Division I-II Poll follows.

1. Ohio State (24 first-place votes) – 360 points
2. UCLA – 336
3. BYU – 309
4. Long Beach State – 288
5. Hawaii – 257
6. Lewis – 222
7. UC Irvine – 211
8. Stanford – 190
9. Pepperdine – 176
10. Loyola – 138
11. UC Santa Barbara – 109
12. George Mason – 101
13. Ball State – 88
14. Penn State – 52
15. CSUN – 39

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