COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State men’s volleyball team will wrap up its 2021 regular season on the road at Quincy this weekend. First serve on Friday and Saturday is set for 8 p.m. ET.
LAST TIME OUT
The Buckeyes (8-8, 7-5 MIVA) took down Lindenwood twice in straight sets last weekend, hitting above .300 in both matches. Sotiris Siapanis tallied double-digit kills in both outings to pace the offense. Austin Gerwig connected on 10 of his 12 error-free attempts to hit a blistering .833 on Saturday. Michael Wright averaged 12.67 assists during the series.
Quincy (4-11, 1-11 MIVA) is riding a five-game skid after dropping a pair of 3-0 decisions to No. 5 Lewis. The Hawks are led by Omari Wheeler, who is averaging 3.35 kills to rank eighth in the MIVA. Noam Hannoun comes in at No. 7 nationally with 2.55 digs per set.
Sotiris Siapanis leads Ohio State and is second in the MIVA behind 4.00 kills per set. As a team, the Buckeyes are 15th nationally in assists per set (11.73), kills (12.54) and hitting percentage (.280) while ranking 16th in aces (1.37).
Ohio State awaits seeding for the MIVA Tournament.