Home: Westlake Village, Calif.
Position: Middle Blocker
Club Team/Coach: Pacific Palisades Volleyball Club/Matt Diaz
High School/Grad Year: West Lake High School/2009
College Status: UC Irvine
PERSONAL: Born Scott Michael Kevorken in 1991 in Tarzana, Calif. …Parents are Michael and Cindy Kevorken…Has two older sisters, Megan (1985) and Kate (1989), and one younger sister, Nicole (1995) …Father played basketball at Cal State University of Northridge from 1968-1972…Sister Kate plays basketball at the University of Nevada-Reno…Interests include going to the beach and hanging out with friends…Favorite food is “Mom’s cooking” …Favorite book is ‘Sacred Hoops'…Favorite musical genre is rock…Favorite musical group is The Beatles…Favorite professional team is the LA Dodgers and his favorite athlete is Kobe Bryant...Most admired person is my sister, Kate because "she fights for everything she wants and comes out of every battle as a champion."... Happiest moment in life was "when my mom was declared cancer-free."
USA VOLLEYBALL HIGHLIGHTS: 2014 – Member of the Pan American Cup Team that took silver. 2011 – Member of the U.S. Men's Junior National Team that finished fourth at the 2011 FIVB Men's Junior World Championships in Brazil. 2010 – Member of the U.S. Men's Junior National Team. 2009 – Member of the A1 Boy’s Youth National training team. 2008 – Member of the A1 Boys’ Youth National Team that won the gold medal at the NORCECA tournament.
CLUB/PREP HONORS: 2009 – Named league MVP…Named to first team All-Ventura County…Bronze medal, JOVC Open 18s Division. 2008 – First team All-Ventura County. 2006 – Bronze medal, JOVC Open 15s Division.
INTERESTING NOTE: "I wouldn't be playing volleyball if my sister hadn't beat me at basketball every time we had played, especially when we were young."
Mens Update: In Brazil, Bernardinho Resigns
B.J. Hoeptner Evans Jan. 12, 2017
Brazil's men's national team coach Bernardo Rezende resigns after 16 years and many memorable matches with the U.S.
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B.J. Hoeptner Evans Jan. 06, 2017
Thomas Jaeschke returns to his Polish team after taking a semester off to study
Men's Update: Anderson, Kazan Win Russian Cup
B.J. Hoeptner Evans (firstname.lastname@example.org) Dec. 21, 2016
Matt Anderson and his Russian team Zenit Kazan beat Erik and Kawika Shoji and Lokomotiv Novosibirsk in Russian Cup final
Men's Update: Champions Cup on Schedule
B.J. Hoeptner Evans (email@example.com) Dec. 16, 2016
The U.S. Men have qualified for the FIVB Grand Champions Cup
Men's Update: U.S. Players Battle in Poland
B.J. Hoeptner Evans Dec. 07, 2016
Scott Touzinsky comes out on top in a battle against David Smith and Dustin Watten in Poland
Men's Update: David Lee in Turkey
B.J. Hoeptner Evans (firstname.lastname@example.org) Nov. 30, 2016
World traveler David Lee is playing in Turkey and went 1-1 with his team this week
Men's Update: Shoji Brothers Adapting to Russia
B.J. Hoeptner Evans Nov. 17, 2016
Erik Shoji does an interview on life in Russia
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B.J. Hoeptner Evans Nov. 10, 2016
U.S. outside hitter Taylor Sander has begun competing in China and updates on U.S. men competing around the world
Men's Update: Anderson Fights Autism
B.J. Hoeptner Evans (email@example.com) Nov. 02, 2016
Updates on U.S. men's volleyball players competing around the world
Men's Update: Five Things About Matt Anderson
B.J. Hoeptner Evans (firstname.lastname@example.org) April 21, 2016
Five things you might not know about CEV Champions League winner Matt Anderson plus updates on U.S. men competing around the world