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The Dain Blanton Diversity Award recognizes the top NCAA Division I-II men’s volleyball of an ethnic minority. The award is selected by a nationwide voting committee of college men’s volleyball coaches and media members. Kills per game average 1. Tobi Azeez, Mount Olive – 4.58 2. Joshua Kim, King – 4.13 3. Adrian Iglesias, Barton – 4.02 4.
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Other national leaders (top 5 in the nation) from Region X are: Dallas Taylor (Caltech) 4th in Hitting Percentage (0.543) Catherine Helgeson (Chapman) 5th in Digs per Set (6.27) Georgia Mullins (Colorado College) 2nd in Points per Set (5.42) Bailey LeBreton (George Fox) 3rd in Blocks per Set (1.58) Paige Havel (St. Thomas) 4th in Blocks per Set (1.43)
Rarely do teams rank among the leaders in both blocks and digs. Either the team is blocking the ball down at the net for a point (and is awarded a block) or the team is digging up an attacked ball (for a dig).
Blocks per game average. 1. Rob Chatterton, Sacred Heart — 2.667 2. Scott Stadick, UC Irvine — 1.917 3. Luca Berger, NJIT — 1.688 4. Calin Butler, Sacred Heart — 1.667 5. Patrick Gasman, Hawai’i — 1.440 6. Ben Hamsho, North Greenville — 1.429 7. Felipe de Brito, BYU — 1.409 8. Greg Luck, Princeton — 1.389 9. Jon Igo, Limestone — 1.375 10.
Allie Stumler had 10 kills, an ace, a block, and 15 digs. Emma Grome had three kills with one error in four tries, 58 assists, two blocks, and seven digs. Caitie Baird had 21 kills for Stanford and hit .302 to go with an assist, an ace, 11 digs, and four blocks, one solo. Kendall Kipp had 18 kills, hit .429, and had four blocks and five digs.
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