Lindenwood men's volleyball finished the 2019 season with a 9-19 overall record and a 5-9 conference mark. Lindenwood played one of the most difficult schedules in the country, playing 14 nationally ranked opponents, including #1 Long Beach State, #2 UCLA and #4 UC-Santa Barbara. The Lions had four earn a spot on the All-MIVA squad, up from two selections a year ago. In the classroom, Nick Stevenson earned CoSIDA/Google Cloud Academic All-American plaudits, the first in program history.
Five Lions were named to the CoSIDA/Google Cloud Academic All-America Team, the organization announced today. Brad Currier (men's golf), Kirsten Martin (women's ice hockey), Nick Stevenson (men's volleyball), Shelby Quinn (women's swimming and diving) and Justin Winnett(men's swimming and diving) all earned the accolade. It is the second consecutive season in which Currier and Winnett have earned Academic All-America honors.
Six Lions were named to the CoSIDA/Google Cloud Academic All-District Team, the organization announced today. Brad Currier (men's golf), Noor Fons (field hockey), Kirsten Martin (women's ice hockey), Nick Stevenson (men's volleyball), Shelby Quinn (women's swimming and diving) and Justin Winnett (men's swimming and diving) all earned the accolade. It is the second consecutive season on the list for Currier and Winnett.
Lindenwood men's volleyball assistant coach Ben Duckworth has been selected as an assistant coach for the USA Volleyball Junior National Team as they compete in the U21 Pan American Cup on May 5-10 in Lima, Peru. The top team from the Pan American Cup will qualify for the U21 World Championships this summer.
Four members of the Lindenwood men's volleyball team have earned All-MIVA accolades, the conference announced this morning. Seniors Adam Brewster and Connor Hipelius were named to the second team, while Diego Negron and Phil Swartz earned All-Freshman team plaudits.
Lindenwood men's volleyball ended the 2019 regular season with a 3-0 loss at No. 7 Lewis. Diego Negron and Connor Hipelius tied for the team lead with seven kills. The defeat drops the Lions to 9-18 overall and 5-9 in MIVA matches. Lindenwood is the sixth seed in next week's MIVA Championship and will play third-seeded Purdue Fort Wayne.