Taylor Crabb earns Off the Block preseason All-America honors
Dec. 4, 2012
LONG BEACH - Junior outside hitter Taylor Crabb (Honolulu, Hawaii) has been named a preseason All-American as announced by Off the Block, a website focused on collegiate men's volleyball.
An 18-member voting committee, comprised of men's volleyball head coaches and volleyball reporters from around the nation, selected 20 players to the Off the Block Preseason All-America Teams. Crabb was one of 10 players to earn second-team honors.
Last year, the 6-foot outside hitter received second-team All-MPSF and third-team Volleyball Magazine All-America recognition. Crabb led the 49ers with 303 kills (2.75 kills/set) and ranked first on the squad with 1.91 digs per set. He also totaled 20 service aces, 42 blocks and 72 assists.
This is the second year that Off the Block has organized preseason All-America voting. Off the Block is a website that launched in January, 2011 and solely focuses on college men's volleyball news and analysis.
Off the Block Preseason All-America Teams
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