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NCAA.com | August 8, 2014

Year in review

Loyola Chicago won its first national collegiate men's volleyball championship while Springfield made it three in a row in Division III. Take a look back with highlights, photos and features as NCAA.com continues its look back at the 2013-14 season.

2014 Men's Volleyball Championship: Loyola Chicago wins first title
Loyola Chicago wins title in four sets

Cody Caldwell slammed 20 kills and top-seeded Loyola Chicago hit .452 as a team to beat Stanford and finish the season with a 29-1 record. ... Read More

Interactive Bracket Photos Feature: Caldwell lifts Loyola to historic night

Springfield makes it 3-for-3

Luis Vega was named most outstanding player for the second consecutive season as Springfield swept Juniata to remain the only team to win a DIII men's volleyball title. ... Read More

Interactive Bracket  Photos  Highlights

1 fun-to-watch player from every Sweet 16 team, ranked

Before the 2021 NCAA tournament continues, NCAA.com correspondent Andy Katz ranked his favorite players on each team from this year's Sweet 16 field during the March 23 episode of the March Madness 365 podcast.
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Here's the case for why each Sweet 16 team could make the Final Four

Just 16 teams remain in the men's NCAA tournament, which means they're halfway to the Final Four. Here's the case for why each team could make it.
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Just like Loyola Chicago did during its 1963 national title run, the Ramblers dispatched Illinois

Here are seven things to know about No. 8 seed Loyola Chicago, which is halfway to its second Final Four run in four years after beating No. 1 seed Illinois.
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