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Women’s League Championships

Written by ccvcvoll. Posted in News

Congratulations to UCSB (West #2), Stanford (West #12), UCSB II (D2 #10), and Cal Poly II (D2 #1) for winning their respective regions and divisions.   

In the south, UCSB beat UCLA (West #5) in 3 to earn a spot in the semi-finals.  UCSB then defeated San Diego St. (West #5 ) to enter the finals.  UCSB defeated UCSD (West #7) to win the south D1 title.  UCSB II rounded out the sweep by capturing the south D2 title.

In the north, Stanford defeated UC Berkeley (West #8), UC Davis (West #3), and Cal Poly (#10) to win the north D1 title.  Cal Poly II beat San Jose St. II (D2 #9) and UC Davis (D2 #9).  L. Lindner from San Jose St. II was named the NCCVL-W’s coach-of-the-year.     

February 28 Men’s and Women’s Rankings

Written by ccvcvoll. Posted in News


Division 1

  • 1. UC Berkeley
  • 2. Sacramento St.
  • 3. UCSB
  • 4. UC Irvine
  • 5. San Diego St.
  • 6. Cal Poly
  • 7. Santa Clara
  • 8. USC
  • 9. UCLA
  • 10. UC Davis
  • HM: Fresno St., Long Beach, UCSD


To mark the half-way point of the season, the CCVC created a special set of rankings for women’s teams in the West.

Division 1

  • 1. Arizona
  • 2. UCSB
  • 3. UC Davis
  • 4. San Diego St.
  • 5. UCLA
  • 6. Oregon
  • 7. UCSD
  • 8. UC Berkeley
  • 9. Santa Clara
  • 10. Cal Poly
  • 11. UC Irvine
  • 12. Stanford
  • 13. Colorado
  • 14. San Jose St.
  • 15. Western Washington
  • HM: Northern Arizona, Arizona St.    

Division 2

  • 1. Cal Poly II
  • 2. UC Davis II
  • 3. Arizona II
  • 4. San Francisco St.
  • 5. Azusa Pacific
  • 6. Point Loma
  • 7. UC Riverside
  • 8. Gonzaga II
  • 9. San Jose St. II
  • 10. UCSB II


Men’s Far Westerns Results

Written by ccvcvoll. Posted in News

Congratulations to UC Berkeley for winning the 29th annual Far Westerns tournament at UC Davis.  Congratulations to the Air Force Academy on its second place finish.
The following California players were named to the All-Tournament Team:
  • J. Cardenas, UC Berkeley, #3, S – MVP
  • G. Coffelt, Santa Clara, #8, OH
  • P. Wilke, Santa Clara, #4, RS
  • J. Wolf, Sacramento St., #1, OH
  • J. Fluette, Sacramento St., #9, OH
  • J. Nolan, San Jose St., #1, RS #1
  • S. Nam, USC, #14, OH
  • J. Hoolko, UC Davis, #10, L
  • N. Yang, UC Davis, #16, RS
  • D. Shelvin, UCSD, #3, OH  
  • R. McLoughlin, San Diego St., #1, OH
  • D. Shigikawa, UC Irvine, L, #15
  • J. Ferguson, UC Berkeley, #27, MB
Outside of Gold bracket, congratulations to both Sonoma St. and Santa Rosa JC for winning the Silver and Bronze brackets. 
2014 Men’s Far Westerns Results

Northern California Scholarship

Written by ccvcvoll. Posted in News

The CCVC is proud to announce its second scholarship for the 2014 season.  The CCVC is committed to providing awards that make it financially possible for student-athletes to participate in collegiate club volleyball.  The scholarship award comes from donations from the NCCVL-W and NCCVL-M. 

The deadline to apply for the Northern California Scholarship is March 4.  Further information and details are found in the Northern California Scholarship Application.

Women’s Far Westerns at UC Davis

Written by ccvcvoll. Posted in News

This year’s Far Westerns tournament at UC Davis on February 22-23 features 32 teams.  Results from the tournament will be used for California rankings.  All California players selected to the all-tournament team will be eligible for All-State honors. 

The pools are:

1. UCLA 2. UC Davis 3. UCSB 4. Santa Clara
16. San Jose St. 15. USC 14. UC Irvine 13. Long Beach
17. Arizona 18. N. Colorado 19. Nevada-Reno 20. W. Washington
32. USC II 31. Nevada-Reno II 30. Oregon St. II 29. San Jose St. II


5. San Diego St. 6. Boise St. 7. UCSD 8. Cal Poly
12. Oregon 11. UC Berkeley 10. Oregon St. 9. Colorado
21. St. Mary’s 22. SFSU 23. Sacramento St. 24. UCSB II
28. Colorado II 27. UC Davis II 26. Cal Poly II 25. Oregon II

*Please note that no California representative assisted with the seeding or drafting of these pools* 

If prior and recent results are any indication, there is going to be a lot of good competition this weekend: 

  • UCLA (California ranked #7) is the 1 seed in the tournament.  The team recently dropped matches against UCSB (California ranked #2), San Diego St. (California ranked #5) and UCSD (California ranked #6).  UCLA will face-off in the first match of the morning against a tough Arizona squad. 
  • Arizona — all the way down at the 17 seed — finished 2nd at the San Diego St. tournament earlier in the season by defeating 3 seed UCSB (California ranked #2) along with a number of other top rated teams.  The team also finished ahead of 9 seed Colorado.  Arizona finished 2nd in the country last year and largely returns their squad from that near championship run.   
  • Despite their impressive record, UC Davis (California ranked #1) is the 2 seed in their tournament.  UC Davis wiped the competition on their way to winning the MLK Battle of the Bay.  The team has key wins over USC (face each other again in pool play), Oregon St., San Diego St., Cal Poly (2x), and UCSB.  The team only has one loss on the season. 
  • 3 seed UCSB (California ranked #2) finished 2nd at the MLK Battle of the Bay.  The team faces UC Irvine and Nevada-Reno on day 1.  UCSB previously defeated UC Irvine in league play and Nevada-Reno in pool play at the MLK Battle of the Bay. 
  • 5 seed San Diego St. faces a tough test with 12 seed Oregon.  San Diego St. defeated Oregon at the MLK Battle of the Bay. 
  • Down at the 8 seed, Cal Poly (California ranked #4) recently defeated 4 seed Santa Clara (California ranked #3). 
  • 24 seed UCSB II (California D2 ranked #3) previously defeated 12 seed Oregon, 14 seed UC Irvine, and 21 seed St. Mary’s.  The squad now faces off against 25 seed Oregon II.  The two teams already faced each other at the MLK Battle of the Bay, with Oregon II earning the victory.
  • 26 seed Cal Poly II (California D2 ranked #1) is undefeated in league play, and has beat four teams seeded ahead of them (Sacramento St., SFSU, St. Mary’s, and San Jose St.).  Keep an eye out on Cal Poly II. 
  • 29 seed San Jose St. II also recently defeated 21 seed St. Mary’s, 22 seed SFSU, and 23 seed Sacramento St.   

Needless to say, all teams will have to play well this weekend

Good luck to all the teams!


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