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2024 NCAA Men’s Volleyball Championship: Brackets, Schedule, How to Watch

The 2024 NC Men’s Volleyball Championship is underway and will continue through the National Championship on May 4 in Long Beach, California, at Walter Pyramid.

The NCAA Men’s Volleyball Committee announced on Sunday, April 21, the eight teams competing for the 2024 national championship.

Stream the quarterfinals and semifinals live on NCAA.com

Here’s a look at the race, full schedule and championship history below.

2024 NCAA NC Men’s Volleyball Championship

Click or tap here to see the interactive and printable bracket

2024 NCAA NC Men’s Volleyball Championship Schedule

* All tenses are oriental. Click or tap on any game to watch live on ncaa.com

Saturday May 4 – National Championship


Sunday, April 21 — Selection Show

Tuesday April 30 – Quarter-finals

Thursday, May 2 — Semi-finals

History of the 2024 NCAA NC Men’s Volleyball Championship

The NC Men’s Volleyball Championship dates back to 1970 and skips 2020 due to COVID-19, with the first-ever championship trophy going to UCLA. The Bruins have 20 national titles to their name, making them the winningest team in sports history.

UCLA was crowned the 2023 national champion after defeating Hawaii in four sets.

Below you will find a list of all Dutch National Championships men’s volleyball champions since 1970.

YEAR CHAMPION (RECORD) COACH SCORE SECOND PLACE SITE
2023 UCLA (31-2) Johannes Spera 3-1 Hawaii (29-3) George Mason
2022 Hawaii (27-5) Charlie Wade 3-0 Long Beach State UCLA
2021 Hawaii (17-1) Charlie Wade 3-0 BYU State of Ohio
2020 Canceled due to Covid-19
2019 Long Beach State (28-2) Alan Knipe 3-1 Hawaii Long Beach State
2018 Long Beach State (28-1) Alan Knipe 3-2 UCLA UCLA
2017 Ohio State (32-2) Pete Hanson 3-0 BYU State of Ohio
2016 Ohio State (29-3) Pete Hanson 3-0 BYU Penn State
2015 Loyola Chicago (28-2) Shane Davis 3-2 Lewis Stanford
2014 Loyola Chicago (29-1) Shane Davis 3-1 Stanford Chicago
2013 UC Irvine (25-7) David Kniffin 3-0 BYU UCLA
2012 UC Irvine (26-5) Johannes Spera 3-0 Southern California Southern California
2011 Ohio State (26-6) Pete Hanson 3-2 UC Santa Barbara Penn State
2010 Stanford (24-6) Johannes Kosty 3-0 Penn State Stanford
2009 UC Irvine (27-5) Johannes Spera 3-2 Southern California BYU
2008 Penn State (30-1) Mark Pavlik 3-1 Peperdine UC Irvine
2007 UC Irvine (29-5) Johannes Spera 3-1 IPFW State of Ohio
2006 UCLA (26-12) Al Scates 3-0 Penn State Penn State
2005 Peperdine (25-2) Marv Dunphy 3-2 UCLA UCLA
2004 BYU (29-4) Tom Peterson 3-2 Long Beach State Hawaii
2003 *Lewis (29-6) Dave Deuser 3-2 BYU Long Beach State
2002 *Hawaii (24-8) Mike Wilton 3-1 Peperdine Penn State
2001 BYU (23-4) Carl McGown 3-0 UCLA Long Beach State
2000 UCLA (29-5) Al Scates 3-0 State of Ohio IPFW
1999 BYU (30-1) Carl McGown 3-0 Long Beach State UCLA
1998 UCLA (28-4) Al Scates 3-0 Peperdine Hawaii
1997 Stanford (27-4) Ruben Nieves 3-2 UCLA State of Ohio
1996 UCLA (26-5) Al Scates 3-2 Hawaii UCLA
1995 UCLA (31-1) Al Scates 3-0 Penn State Springfield, Mass.
1994 Penn State (26-3) Tom Peterson 3-2 UCLA IPFW
1993 UCLA (24-3) Al Scates 3-0 Cal State Northridge UCLA
1992 Peperdine (24-4) Marv Dunphy 3-0 Stanford Ball stands
1991 Long Beach State (31-4) Ray Ratelle 3-1 Southern California Hawaii
1990 Southern California (26-7) Jim McLaughlin 3-1 Long Beach State George Mason
1989 UCLA (29-5) Al Scates 3-1 Stanford UCLA
1988 Southern California (34-4) Bob Joder 3-2 UC Santa Barbara IPFW
1987 UCLA (38-3) Al Scates 3-0 Southern California UCLA
1986 Peperdine (22-7) Rod Wilde 3-2 Southern California Penn State
1985 Peperdine (25-2) Marv Dunphy 3-1 Southern California UCLA
1984 UCLA (38-0) Al Scates 3-1 Peperdine UCLA
1983 UCLA (27-4) Al Scates 3-0 Peperdine State of Ohio
1982 UCLA (29-0) Al Scates 3-0 Penn State Penn State
1981 UCLA (32-3) Al Scates 3-2 Southern California UC Santa Barbara
1980 Southern California (22-6) Ernie Hix 3-1 UCLA Ball stands
1979 UCLA (30-0) Al Scates 3-1 Southern California UCLA
1978 Peperdine (21-4) Marv Dunphy 3-2 UCLA State of Ohio
1977 Southern California (18-1) Ernie Hix 3-1 State of Ohio UCLA
1976 UCLA (15-2) Al Scates 3-0 Peperdine Ball stands
1975 UCLA (27-8) Al Scates 3-1 UC Santa Barbara UCLA
1974 UCLA (30-5) Al Scates 3-2 UC Santa Barbara UC Santa Barbara
1973 San Diego State (21-5) Jack Henn 3-1 Long Beach State San Diego State
1972 UCLA (27-7) Al Scates 3-2 San Diego State Ball stands
1971 UCLA (29-1) Al Scates 3-0 UC Santa Barbara UCLA
1970 UCLA (24-1) Al Scates 3-0 Long Beach State UCLA