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BYU Cougars men's volleyball

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

BYU Cougars men's volleyball
BYU Cougars logo.svg
UniversityBrigham Young University
Head coachShawn Olmstead (4th season)
ConferenceMPSF
LocationProvo, UT
Home arenaGeorge Albert Smith Fieldhouse (Capacity: 5,000)
NicknameCougars
ColorsBlue and White[1]
         
NCAA Tournament champion
1999, 2001, 2004[2]
NCAA Tournament runner-up
2003, 2013, 2016, 2017
NCAA Tournament semifinal
1999, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018
NCAA Tournament appearance
1999, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018
Conference tournament champion
Mountain Pacific Sports Federation
1999, 2003, 2004, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2018
Conference regular season champion
Mountain Pacific Sports Federation
1999, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018

The BYU men's volleyball program began its first year in 1990. The current coach is Shawn Olmstead who is in his 4th season coaching the BYU Cougars men’s volleyball team.

History

Results by season

Season Results
Year Coach Overall Record Conference Record Conference Standing Postseason
' (WIVA) (1990–1992)
1990[2] Carl McGown 5–22 1–15 6th
1991 Carl McGown 2–25 1–15 6th
1992 Carl McGown 10–13 5–11 6th
' (Mountain Pacific Sports Federation) (1993–present)
1993 Carl McGown 15–10 12–7 4th
1994 Carl McGown 21–6 15–4 2nd
1995 Carl McGown 14–8 12–7 3rd
1996 Carl McGown 8–14 7–12 5th
1997 Carl McGown 20–6 14–5 3rd
1998 Carl McGown 16–6 14–5 3rd
1999 Carl McGown 30–1 18–1 1st NCAA Champions
2000 Carl McGown 18–9 13–6 3rd
2001 Carl McGown 23–4 14–3 1st NCAA Champions
2002 Carl McGown 23–7 16–6 4th
2003 Tom Peterson 23–7 17–5 1st NCAA Runner-up
2004 Tom Peterson 29–4 20–2 1st NCAA Champions
2005 Tom Peterson 20–10 15–7 3rd
2006 Tom Peterson 18–9 14–8 4th
2007 Shawn Patchell 23–6 18–4 2nd
2008 Shawn Patchell 25–5 18–4 2nd
2009 Shawn Patchell 17–13 13–9 T-5th
2010 Shawn Patchell 22–9 15–7 2nd
2011 Rob Neilson 20–8 16–6 2nd
2012 Chris McGown 24–7 17–5 3rd
2013 Chris McGown 26–5 21–3 1st NCAA Runner-up
2014 Chris McGown 21–9 18–6 1st NCAA Final Four
2015 Chris McGown 17–10 14–8 5th
2016 Shawn Olmstead 27–4 19–3 1st NCAA Runner-up
2017 Shawn Olmstead 26–5 16–2 T-1st NCAA Runner-up
2018 Shawn Olmstead 22–7 10–2 1st NCAA Final Four
2019 Shawn Olmstead 13–12 6–6 T-4th
Totals 30 Years
6 Coaches
581–262 (.689) 9 Conf. Championships 9 Postseason Appearances

All-Americans

First Team

  • Ethan Watts — 1994[3]
  • Kevin Hambly — 1995
  • Ryan Millar — 1997
  • Ryan Millar — 1998
  • Ryan Millar — 1999
  • Ossie Antonetti — 1999
  • Scott Bunker — 2001
  • Hector Lebron — 2001
  • Mike Wall — 2001
  • Mike Wall — 2002
  • Joaquin Acosta — 2002
  • Carlos Moreno — 2004
  • Fernando Pessoa — 2004
  • Michael Burke — 2005
  • Yosleyder Cala — 2007
  • Ivan Perez — 2007
  • Russell Holmes — 2008
  • Andrew Stewart — 2010
  • Futi Tavana — 2011
  • Futi Tavana — 2012
  • Taylor Sander — 2012
  • Taylor Sander — 2013
  • Ben Patch — 2013
  • Taylor Sander — 2014
  • Ben Patch — 2016
  • Brenden Sander — 2016
  • Jake Langlois — 2017
  • Brenden Sander — 2018[4]

Second Team

  • Ethan Watts — 1993
  • Jason Watson — 1994
  • Ossie Antonetti — 1998
  • Hector Lebron — 1999
  • Scott Bunker — 2000
  • Matt Olsen — 2001
  • Jonathan Alleman — 2003
  • Carlos Moreno — 2003
  • Joe Hillman — 2004
  • Victor Batista — 2004
  • Victor Batista — 2005
  • Michael Burke — 2005
  • Ivan Perez — 2005
  • Russell Holmes — 2006
  • Russell Holmes — 2007
  • Ivan Perez — 2008
  • Futi Tavana — 2010
  • Taylor Sander — 2011
  • Robb Stowell — 2011
  • Russ Lavaja — 2013
  • Jake Langlois — 2016
  • Gabi Garcia Fernandez — 2018
  • Gabi Garcia Fernandez — 2019

Third Team

  • Kevin Hambly — 1994

References

  1. ^ "Colors". Brigham Young University Publications and Graphics. Retrieved August 28, 2019.
  2. ^ a b "BYU MEN'S VOLLEYBALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS". Brigham Young University Athletics. Retrieved December 30, 2017.
  3. ^ "BYU MEN'S VOLLEYBALL ALL AMERICANS". Brigham Young University Athletics. Retrieved December 30, 2017.
  4. ^ "2018 AVCA DIVISION I-II MEN'S ALL-AMERICA TEAMS". AVCA. Retrieved November 30, 2018.



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