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2010 HVMAC Volleyball Championships

Regular Season & Tournament Champions

Yeshiva University

Yeshiva University completes an undefeated season in Hudson Valley Men’s Athletic Conference play to capture the volleyball title.  The Maccabees dropped only one set in conference play all season.  After cruising by St. Joseph’s in the tournament semifinals, Yeshiva was pitted against Cooper Union in the championship.  Unfortunately for the Hawks, Yeshiva’s attack was too much to stop as they hit an efficient .378 for the match combining for 52 kills.  Cooper Union threatened to take a set off Yeshiva leading 19-18 in the third, but the Maccabees used a 9-2 run to pull away from the Hawks and take the title.

Tournament Results

Semifinals

#1 Yeshiva def. #4 St. Joseph's, 3-0
#2 Cooper Union def. #3 Webb, 3-1

Championship 

#1 Yeshiva def. #2 Cooper Union, 3-0

2010 Tournament MVP

David Kahana •  Yeshiva University
Senior  •  Outside Hitter  •  Silver Spring, MD (MJBHA)

Senior David Kahana was named at the 2010 HVMAC Tournament Most Valuable Player, helping lead Yeshiva to the tournament championship.  The three-time Player of the Week led all players for the tournament recording two double-doubles, amassing 35 kills and committing only six attack errors for a .397 hitting percentage.  The senior outside hitter also led the defense with 25 digs.

2010 Co-Coaches of the Year

Arnold Ross •  Yeshiva University
Aristotle Galanis •  Cooper Union

Arnold Ross of Yeshiva and Aristotle Galanis of Cooper Union have been selected as 2010 HVMAC Volleyball Co-Coaches of the Year in a vote by the head volleyball coaches in the conference.  In his first year at the helm of Yeshiva, Ross steered the Maccabees to a dominant title run.  Galanis’ Hawks have shown great improvement under his guidance evidenced by their tournament runner-up finish.

Yeshiva University completes an undefeated season in Hudson Valley Men’s Athletic Conference play to capture