Men's Volleyball

Loyola Holds Down No. 10 Spot In AVCA Poll For Second Straight Week
Jan. 30, 2017

CHICAGO - The Loyola University Chicago men’s volleyball team is ranked in the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Division I-II Poll for the 64th consecutive week, according to the latest rankings released today. The Ramblers, who are 4-3 this season, maintain their hold on the No. 10 spot in this week’s poll following a week off from competition.

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 raises the curtain on Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association play when it hosts 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. Long Beach State – 303
4. BYU – 289
5. Hawaii – 267
6. UC Irvine – 236
7. Stanford – 209
8. Lewis – 186
9. Pepperdine – 177
10. Loyola – 141
11. UC Santa Barbara – 112
12. Ball State – 108
13. Penn State – 65
14. CSUN – 43
15. George Mason – 39

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