|SPARTANS GO TO FAMILIAR TERRITORY FOR TOP RANKED DUO |
Men's Volleyball - date: Apr. 7th, 2014
LANGLEY, British Columbia – Trinity Western men’s volleyball coach Ben Josephson went back to a pair of familiar wells for his latest two recruits as the Spartans coach officially announced the signing of outside hitter Riley Vander Meulen of Edmonton Christian High School and left side/libero Carter Bergen of Winnipeg’s MCBI (Mennonite Brethren Collegiate Institute), who both are arguably the best graduating players from their respective provinces.
|SPARTANS TAKE DOWN TIGERS FOR FIFTH PLACE|
Men's Volleyball - date: Mar. 1st, 2014
CALGARY (CIS) – The No. 3 Trinity Western Spartans ended their season on a high note, defeating the No. 4 Dalhousie Tigers 3-1 (22-25, 25-18, 25-12, 25-15) for fifth place on the final day of the CIS Men’s Volleyball Championship.
|SPARTANS MOVE ON WITH WIN OVER HOST DINOS|
Men's Volleyball - date: Feb. 28th, 2014
CALGARY (CIS) – In a classic Canada West battle, the Trinity Western Spartans came out on top when they defeated the hosting Calgary Dinos 3-1 (19-25, 26-24, 25-16, 25-22) in the second consolation semi-final of the CIS men’s volleyball championship.
|MUSTANGS STUN SPARTANS...AGAIN|
Men's Volleyball - date: Feb. 27th, 2014
CALGARY (CIS) – For the second time in as many years, the Western Mustangs ended the season of the Trinity Western Spartans in the national quarterfinal, taking an epic 3-2 victory (25-21, 22-25, 19-25, 27-25, 16-14) Thursday night to advance to the semi-final round at the 2014 CIS men’s volleyball championship.
|SPARTANS JOSEPHSON AND SCHRIEMER WIN CIS MAJOR AWARDS|
Men's Volleyball - date: Feb. 26th, 2014
CALGARY (CIS) – The Trinity Western University Spartans men’s volleyball team added another CIS coach of the year award and CIS rookie of the year award to their collection Wednesday morning during the CIS All-Canadian Breakfast held at the Best Western Village Park Inn in Calgary. TWU head coach Ben Josephson earned the CIS coach of the year award, while first year setter Adam Schriemer earned the program its second CIS rookie of the year award. In addition to the two major awards the Spartans fifth year middle Lucas Van Berkel and fourth year outside Nick Del Bianco earned first and second team All-Canadian honours.
|SPARTANS SEEK THIRD CIS CHAMPIONSHIP IN FOUR YEARS |
Men's Volleyball - date: Feb. 25th, 2014
LANGLEY, British Columbia – After losing in last year’s CIS quarter-finals against Western, the Trinity Western men’s volleyball team will be looking to get back to the top this weekend as the Spartans will be aiming for their third CIS title in four years when the national championship tournament begins Thursday in Calgary.
|SPARTANS SEEDED THIRD, WILL OPEN NATIONALS AGAINST WESTERN|
Men's Volleyball - date: Feb. 23rd, 2014
LANGLEY, British Columbia – The Trinity Western men’s volleyball team will open the CIS national championship tournament with a chance for redemption as the Spartans will play the very same team that eliminated them from medal contention last year as they will take on Western in the quarter-finals for the second year in a row on Thursday at 6 p.m. in Calgary.
|ALBERTA EARNS CANADA WEST GOLD WITH THREE-SET WIN OVER TWU|
Men's Volleyball - date: Feb. 22nd, 2014
LANGLEY, British Columbia – With a three-set win (25-20, 26-24, 26-24) over No. 2 Trinity Western, the No. 3 Alberta men’s volleyball team captured the 2014 Canada West gold medal Saturday at the Langley Events Centre.
|SPARTANS WIN TO EARN SPOT IN GOLD MEDAL MATCH; NATIONAL TOURNAMENT|
Men's Volleyball - date: Feb. 21st, 2014
LANGLEY, British Columbia – The No. 2 Trinity Western men’s volleyball team will play for the Canada West gold medal for the third straight year as the Spartans beat No. 10 Brandon 3-1 (25-17, 25-21, 22-25, 25-19) in the conference semifinals Friday at the Langley Events Centre. With the win, the Spartans, as one of the top two teams in Canada West, also earn a berth in the CIS national championship tournament for the fourth consecutive season.
|SCHRIEMER CANADA WEST ROOKIE OF THE YEAR, JOSEPHSON COACH OF THE YEAR|
Men's Volleyball - date: Feb. 21st, 2014
LANGLEY, British Columbia – Trinity Western men’s volleyball setter Adam Schriemer (Winnipeg) was named the Canada West Rookie of the Year and Spartans coach Ben Josephson was named Canada West Coach of the Year while Lucas Van Berkel (Edmonton) and Nick Del Bianco (Surrey, B.C.) were both selected as First Team All-Stars.
|MV||03-01||Dalhousie CIS consolation final (Calgary)||W||3-1|
|MV||02-28||@Calgary CIS Consolation side||W||3-1|
|MV||02-27||@Western (CIS Championship Quarter-Finals - Calgary)||L||3-2|
|MV||02-22||ALBERTA (Canada West Gold Match)||L||3-0|
|MV||02-21||BRANDON (Canada West Semifinal)||W||3-1|
|CIS Top Ten as of 02/18/2014|
|Luke Bainard||32||Regina Cougars||02/04/00|
|Steve Rogalsky||29||Manitoba Bisons||01/13/08|
|Josh Howatson||66||Winnipeg Wesmen||11/13/04|
|Ben Ball||63||Laval Rouge et Or||03/13/10|
|Steve Rogalsky||13||Winnipeg Wesmen||01/24/04|
|Josh Howatson||9||Winnipeg Wesmen||02/18/05|
|Seth Schalk||24||Alberta Golden Bears||03/06/05|
|Jarrod Offereins||24||Brandon Bobcats||11/14/09|
|Chris Meehan||16||York Lions||03/04/05|
|Lucas Van Berkel||15||UBC Thunderbirds||10/30/10|
|Jeff Van Huizen||227||116||2002|
|Jeff Van Huizen||706||362||1999-02|