Langlois, Sander, Jarman named All-Americans


PROVO, Utah – Three BYU volleyball players were named 2017 Men’s College All-Americans, the organization announced Tuesday.

Outside hitters Jake Langlois and Brenden Sander were named First Team All-Americans while junior middle blocker Price Jarman was named a Second Team All-American.

Langlois finished the season with a team-high 351 kills and a .347 hitting percentage. The San Jose, California native also tallied 129 digs. 

Sander, a junior, added 254 kills while hitting a .290 percentage this season. He recorded 1.05 digs per set and 59 total blocks.

Jarman, from Las Vegas, contributed 1.50 kills per set on a team-high .464 clip. He chipped in 90 total blocks to the Cougars’ defensive threat this season.

Click here to read's release and the full list of honorees. 

2017 Men’s College All-Americans

First Team

Christy Blough6-5SSeniorOhio State
TJ DeFalco6-4OHSoph.Long Beach
Jennings Franciskovic6-5SSeniorHawaii
Tamir Hershko6-6OHSeniorUC Irvine
Jake Langlois6-10OH SeniorBYU
Jeff Jendryk6-10MBJuniorLoyola-Chicago
Miles Johnson6-6RSSeniorOhio State
Brenden Sander6-4OHJuniorBYU
Andrew Sato5-10LiberoSeniorLong Beach State
Nicolas Szerszen6-4OHJuniorOhio State
Josh Tuaninga6-3SSoph.Long Beach State
Stijn van Tilburg6-8RSSoph.Hawaii

Second Team

Jake Arnitz6-7OHJuniorUCLA
Ryan Coene6-9OHRS-Fresh.Lewis
Kyle Ensing6-7RSSoph.Long Beach State
Jabarry Goodridge6-4OHSeniorNJIT
Price Jarman6-9MBJuniorBYU
Amir Lugo-Rodriguez6-7MBSeniorLong Beach State
Michael Saeta6-5SSeniorUC Irvine
Scott Stadick7-0MBFresh.UC Irvine
Mitch Stahl6-8MBSeniorUCLA
Chris Nugent6-4OHSeniorPenn State
Larry Tuileta6-2LiberoSoph.Hawaii
Lucas Yoder6-5OHSenior USC