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2017 NCVF National Championships - Schedule and Results (4-12-17)
Below are the NCVF National Championship schedules and results for all three Oshkosh teams. I will keep them as up-to-date as possible. You can also find the official results posted on the NCVF site at Tournament Results.

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All times listed on this page are CST.

Thursday April 13
University of California - Berkeley - Won 25-14, 25-19
University of Cincinnati - Won 25-23, 25-19
#23 University of Missouri - Won 19-25, 25-15, 15-9
Friday April 14
University of Notre Dame - Won 25-19, 25-20
#15 Air Force - Won 25-22, 23-25, 15-13
Saturday April 15
University of Pittsburgh - Won 25-10, 25-15
#7 Ohio State University - Lost 20-25, 25-15, 12-15
Finished tied for 5th in the nation.
Thursday April 13
Texas A&M University "B" - Won 25-13, 25-16
Kansas St University "B" - Won 25-11, 25-18
(#21 DIII) Utah Valley University "B" - Won 25-14, 25-14
Friday April 14
(#5 DIII) Salt Lake Community College - Lost 19-25, 25-19, 10-15
University of Dayton "B" - Won 25-20, 24-26, 15-11
Saturday April 15
(#2 DIII) UW-Madison "B" - Won 20-25, 25-17, 15-8
(#7) Penn State University "B" - Lost 16-25, 25-21, 8-15
Finished tied for 5th in the nation.
Thursday April 13
(#1 DIII) University of Arizona "B" - Lost 19-25, 22-25
(#24 DIII) University of Minnesota "B" - Won 20-25, 25-23, 15-12
Bye - Won 25-0, 25-0
Friday April 14
University of California-Davis "B" - Won 27-25, 25-21
(#17 DIII) University of California-Santa Barbara "B" - Won 25-16, 19-25, 15-11
(#9 DIII) Virginia Tech University "B" - Lost 21-25, 20-25
Saturday April 15
(#3 DIII) Cal Poly-SLO "B" - Lost 25-27, 23-25
Finished tied for 9th in the nation.
Oshkosh Volleyball to Host Boys Individual & Team Camp (4-27-17)
The UW-Oshkosh volleyball program is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a Boys Individual & Team Camp from August 3-6, 2017 to help boys reach their full potential and get ready for the upcoming high or middle school season.

Are you a young man (7th-12th grade) looking for a challenging camp? Look no further than the Boys Individual & Team Camp. Camp 5 will include nine sessions of skill work, hitting strategies, specific position sessions and a team tournament. Participants from the same high school will be guaranteed to play together in the four-on-four tournaments. Last year we had a record-setting 190 boys at our camp, including 10 high schools from Wisconsin. UW-Oshkosh has won ten collegiate club national championships in its history, including six at the Division I level (2006, 2007, 2011, 2014, 2015, 2016). Come learn from the best! Group discount prices are available for this camp.

-Advanced Skills: Serving, Passing, Setting & Blocking
-Hitting Strategies: Quick Attack & Transition
-Specific Position Sessions
-Four-on-Four & Team Tournament
-Join the Ten Time National Champions!
-Four-on-Four Tournament

Oshkosh Volleyball Boys Individual & Team Camp
Dodge Decides on UW-Oshkosh (4-19-17)
Nathan Dodge, a 6-0 left side hitter from Dousman has decided to continue his education and play men’s volleyball at UW-Oshkosh announced head coach Brian Schaefer. He joins Matthew Aussem, Adam Branch, Austin Marshall and Mike Lemmens in the 2017-2018 Titans recruiting class.

Dodge competed for Kettle Moraine High School under the direction of head coach Tom Gulak and currently plays for Lake Country Volleyball Club under the tutelage of head coach Kyle Krivitz.

As a Laser, his team won the Classic Eight Conference his junior season and advanced to the championship match in the WIAA state tournament taking runner-up honors. He is a two-time varsity letter winner in both volleyball and track and field

Dodge is the son of Ralph and Wendy Schanau and will study finance at UW-Oshkosh. He is a member of the National Honor Society and was a DECA International qualifier at Kettle Moraine High School.

“I decided to attend UW-Oshkosh because it encompassed all the things I valued in a University,” said Dodge. “I can receive a good education while being provided with the resources, tools and skills necessary to prepare me for life after college. I can do all of this while continuing my volleyball career at a high level.”
UW-Oshkosh Falls in National Quarterfinals (4-16-17)
The UW-Oshkosh men’s volleyball team went 6-1 at the National Collegiate Volleyball Federation Division I national championship to finish fifth out of 48 teams last weekend (April 13-15) in Kansas City, Mo. With the loss in the quarterfinals, the Titans magical run of three straight national crowns came to an end.

UW-Oshkosh (41-5) came into the tournament as the number two seed and finished 3-0 in its opening pool with a 25-14, 25-19 win over the University of California-Berkeley, a 25-23, 25-19 victory over the University of Cincinnati and a 25-19, 15-25, 15-9 win over #23 University of Missouri. The Titans won its initial pool for the 14th time in its last 15 years at the national championship.

In the win over the Golden Bears, Peter Nordel (Sr. – Torrance, Calif.) had six kills in eight attempts and Sammy Pedersen (Sr. – Muskego) added six kills and one solo block. Travis Hudson (Sr. – Wauwatosa) dished out 19 assists and added five kills, seven digs and two blocks and Jake Martin (So. – New Lenox, Ill.) scooped up eight digs. Wesley Morioka (Sr. – Chicago, Ill.) tallied two service aces to pace the Titans.

Brandon Schmidt (Gr. – Kaukauna) led the Titans with eight kills and added two blocks against the Bearcats. Nick Davies (Fr. – Waukesha) and Nordel slammed down seven kills each and Martin piled up ten digs. Morioka had five kills, eight digs and one service ace and Hudson collected 21 assists and eight digs.

Nordel had 10 kills on 11 attempts and five blocks in the Titans win over the Tigers. Hudson ran the offense with 22 assists and had four digs and Davies provided four blocks. Schmidt had nine kills and Martin had five digs.

On Friday, the Titans beat the University of Notre Dame, 25-19, 25-20 and squeaked by #15 Air Force Academy 25-22, 23-25, 15-13 to reach the Gold Bracket for the 14th time since 2003. On Saturday, UW-Oshkosh dominated the University of Pittsburgh, 25-10, 25-15 before losing to #7 The Ohio State University 25-20, 15-25, 15-12 in heartbreaking fashion.

Led with seven kills by Nordel, six Titans had more than three kills as the Titans hit .411 in the match against the Irish. Hudson amassed 22 assists, two service aces and four kills and Martin had nine digs. Davies added six kills, Joe Kuchler (Sr. – Muskego) had two service aces and Tony D’Acquisto (So. – Franklin) led the team with two solo blocks.

In its win over the Falcons, Nordel topped the team with nine kills, Schmidt added eight and D’Acquisto and Morioka had six each. Hudson paced the offense with 29 assists and had four blocks which tied D’Acquisto for the team lead at the net. Michael Wamboldt (Sr. – Pleasant Prairie) had five digs to lead the Titans.

Schmidt led the team with six kills and Nordel had five kills in the rout of the Panthers. Hudson provided 21 assists, two service aces, four digs and two blocks, Davies had four blocks including three solo stuffs and Morioka had three service aces.

In its quarterfinals loss the Titans ran into a buzz saw from the opponent’s service line as the hard serving Buckeyes had seven service aces. Hudson capped his fantastic career with six kills, 20 assists, two service aces, four digs and four blocks. Nordel slammed down seven kills in eight attempts and D’Acquisto added five kills on seven errorless attempts. Martin scooped up nine digs, D’Acquisto added three blocks and Davies had two service aces.

With its finish, the Titans have placed fifth or better 13 out of the last 15 years at the national tournament, including six national titles and two runner-up finishes.

“Our expectation in our program is to come home as champions ever year but it wasn’t in the cards this season,” said head coach Brian Schaefer. “Our players have nothing to hang their heads about. They had a phenomenal year overcoming many injuries and key losses to graduation. We went toe-to-toe with a great team and earlier this year beat the eventual national champion at the Las Vegas Open. I am proud of our team and their accomplishments.”

Hudson and Nordel were named First Team and Honorable Mention All-Americans at the conclusion of the tournament, respectively. Hudson added his fourth All-American award after being named the national player of the year in 2014, 2015 and 2016 and this is Nordel’s second nod after being an All-American at UC-San Diego his freshman year.

The 2017 season capped the careers of Hudson, Kuchler, Morioka and Wamboldt. “Words will never describe what these young men have given to the UW-Oshkosh program,” added Schaefer. “They are fantastic student-athletes and have made their mark in the long history of our team.”
UW-Oshkosh II Wins 15th Straight Wisconsin Volleyball Conference Division II Regular Season Title (3-27-17)
The UW-Oshkosh II men’s volleyball team continued its incredible streak of winning the Wisconsin Volleyball Conference Division II regular season by winning seven matches over the course of two days on Saturday and Sunday (March 25-26) in Menomonie and Oshkosh, respectively. The Titans capped a perfect 16-0 regular season to capture the conference title for the 15th straight season.

On Saturday, UW-Oshkosh II defeated Michigan Tech University 25-14, 25-20, Winona State University 25-11, 20-25, 15-7 and UW-Oshkosh III 25-16, 25-18.

Adam Landgraf (Sr. – Kenosha) dished out 18 assists and Sam Moua (Sr. – Appleton) had five digs in the win over Huskies. Mitch Lahmann (Sr. – Wauwatosa) and Braeden Melton (Sr. – Beloit) led the team with five kills and Lahmann and Ryan Albers (Jr. – Appleton) each had two service aces. In the victory over the Warriors, Lahmann had nine kills and Moua scooped up eight digs. Landgraf once again paced the Titans with 21 assists and three blocks and Tony Mack (Sr. – Muskego) had seven kills and two service aces. UW-Oshkosh II only had two hitting errors in its win over UW-Oshkosh III. Moua topped the team with eight digs and Alex Basting (So. – Franklin) and Mike Starzec (Sr. – Buffalo Grove, Ill.) each had two blocks.

On Sunday, UW-Oshkosh II swept Michigan Tech University 25-14, 25-19, Winona State University 25-13, 25-21, UW-La Crosse II 25-15, 25-17 and Carroll University 25-16, 25-14 to cap off the perfect conference slate.

Landgraf distributed 17 assists and added two service aces and five digs and Moua led the Titans with seven digs in their first match of the day. Starzec and Mack added three blocks and John Collins (So. – New Berlin) and Starzec had four kills. In their second match against the Warriors on the weekend the Titans were led with five kills by Mack and Melton and Landgraf had 19 assists and two service aces. Basting had three stuff blocks and Moua has seven digs. In the win over the Eagles, the Titans offense came to life slamming down 29 kills in the match. Landgraf put together 26 assists, Lahmann had eight kills, eight digs and five blocks and Moua had 10 digs. Lahmann ended the weekend by tallying seven kills in the victory over the Pioneers. Eli Miller (So. – Burlington) and Moua had five digs and Landgraf piled up 23 assists.
UW-Oshkosh II Wins Consolation Championship at Las Vegas Open (3-19-17)
UW-Oshkosh II finished with its highest result in team history when the Titans finished ninth to win the gold consolation championship at the prestigious Las Vegas Open on Friday and Saturday (March 17-18) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

UW-Oshkosh II began pool play by dismantling the University of Colorado - Colorado Springs, 25-10, 25-9, squeaking by the University of Nevada – Las Vegas, 25-22, 25-22 and losing to #12 San Diego State University, 25-17, 32-30 to finish in second place.

In the first match of the tournament the Titans were led by Mike Starzec (Sr. – Buffalo Grove, Ill.) with six kills and John Collins (So. – New Berlin) and Mitch Lahmann (Sr. – Wauwatosa) added five put aways. Adam Langraf (Sr. – Kenosha) set up 14 assists and provided three service aces and four digs, Starzec led the team with five blocks and Tony Mack (Sr. – Muskego) had three blocks.

In the win over the Rebels, Mack had a monster match slamming down 16 kills in 28 attempts as the Titans had 37 kills in the two sets. Landgraf assisted on 30 of those kills and had seven digs and Sam Moua (Sr. – Appleton) had 10 digs and three service aces. Eli Miller (So. – Burlington) scooped up five digs and Lahmann and Starzec had six kills.

Against San Diego State University, UW-Oshkosh II took a 22-19 lead in set two but could not hold on to force a deciding third set. Mack provided nine kills and Moua had a tournament-high 18 digs. Landgraf piled up 29 assists and added eight digs and three blocks. Starzec totaled six kills and three blocks and Melton and Lahmann each had five kills. The Titans only had two receiving errors against the hard serving Aztecs.

In the first round of the gold playoffs, a round that UW-Oshkosh II reached for the first time, the Titans lost to #13 Sacramento State University, 25-17, 19-25, 15-11 to drop into the consolation bracket. The Titans did not have a receiving error in the match, but were plagued with 18 hitting errors. Mack had eight kills and Melton and Starzec each had six kills. Landgraf dialed up 25 assists and five digs and Melton had three blocks.

In the first round of consolation UW-Oshkosh II dominated California State University Fullerton 25-13, 25-19 behind 11 digs by Moua. Landgraf dished out 20 assists, Starzec led the team with six kills and Melton had three blocks. Alex Basting (So. – Franklin) had two solo blocks and Lahmann and Starzec each had two block assists. Ryan Albers (Jr. – Appleton) had four kills and four digs and Collins finished with five digs.

In the next round UW-Oshkosh II had little trouble with the University of California Davis in a 25-17, 25-17 victory. Collins led the team with seven kills, Albers and Moua had five digs each and Landgraf tallied 23 assists.

In the gold consolation championship match UW-Oshkosh II beat one of the highest ranked NCVF Division I ranked teams in its history as it bested #7 Air Force Academy, 22-25, 25-17, 15-12. Lahmann had 11 kills, nine digs and two service aces and Moua led the team with 15 digs. Basting and Collins each had six kills and Landgraf amassed 30 assists.

Landgraf became the first UW-Oshkosh II player named to the All-tournament team announced at the conclusion of the tournament.
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