2003 NATIONAL COLLEGIATE 

MEN'S VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

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2003 NATIONAL COLLEGIATE MEN'S VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS
33rd Annual

 

Long Beach State Host

                              Lewis        - hit .318,  14.5 blocks, 71 digs, 6 aces, 85 kills, 179 attempts, 82 assists

                                                         .318 (.184, .302, .415, .289,.474)

                                              Fabiano Barreto 31 kills (.306)

                                              Gustavo Meyer   24 kills (.452), 14 digs, 6 blocks

                                              Kevin Miller            7 blocks

                                              Ryan Stuntz         19 digs

                                              Jose Martins        69 assists 

                                                        Lewis, of Romeoville, Ill., becomes the first Division II entrant to play for an 

                                                        NCAA men's volleyball championship.

                             Pepperdine - hit .247, 17 blocks, 49 digs, 9 aces, 68 kills, 170 attempts, 65 assists

                                                           .247 (.077,.225,.294,.378,.300)

                                              Fred Winters       28 kills and  6 blocks
                      
Sean Rooney       21 kills and 12 digs

                                              Brad Keenan          9 kills, 8 blocks (match-high)

                                              John Mayer          60 assists, 12 digs

                             Time 2:41

HISTORY OF COLLEGIATE MEN'S CHAMPIONSHIPS (19xx-2002)

 

Champions, All-Tournament Teams, Individual & Team Records

FUTURE SITES,  2004-2005

    FUTURE SITES 2004

    Finals: Stan Sheriff Center
    Honolulu, Hawaii
    University of Hawaii, Manoa, host
    May 6 & 8, 2004

     

    FUTURE SITES 2005

    Finals: Pauley Pavilion
    Los Angeles, California
    University of California, Los Angeles, host
    May 5 & 7, 2005


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