The pair of Kean University and Southern Virginia University remain among the top 15 teams in the nation according to the latest American Volleyball Coaches Association Men's Volleyball Division III poll.
Unlike previous weeks there was movement in this week's American Volleyball Coaches Association NCAA Division III Men's Volleyball poll with two teams from the Continental Volleyball Conference among those moving up in the rankings.
Ian Capp became the program's all-time aces leader as the #5 Kean University men's volleyball team extended their winning streak to four matches and remained unbeaten in the Continental Volleyball Conference with a straight-sets sweep of Marymount University, 3-0 (25-23, 25-15, 25-19) on Friday evening.
Kean University and Juniata College moved up in this week's American Volleyball Coaches Association Division III Men's Volleyball poll while fellow Continental Volleyball Conference member Southern Virginia University held their spot from last week.
Juniata College is the latest team from the Continental Volleyball Conference to be ranked in the American Volleyball Coaches Association Division III Men's Volleyball poll; giving the CVC three teams in the top 15.
Kean University senior middle blocker becomes the second player from the Continental Volleyball Conference this season to take home American Volleyball Coaches Association Division III Men's Volleyball Player of the Week honors.
While the Elizabethtown College men's volleyball may only have gone 1-3 this weekend at Misericordia's Cougars Kickoff Classic, Nick Baxter was one of the bright spots after being named to the All-Tournament Team and breaking the Continental Volleyball Conference's single-match kills record in the team's first game Saturday against Trine.
Jake Milnazik totaled 11 kills and a .318 hitting percentage as the #10 Kean University men's volleyball team swept both #2 Stevens Institute of Technology and Neumann University in straight sets on Friday evening.