Men's Junior National Team

2018 Men's Junior National Team

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Name (Position, Height, Hometown, College)
2 Blake Crisp (S, 6-3, Westlake Village, Calif., Signed to UC San Diego)
3 Luke Denton (Opp, 6-6, Mesa, Ariz., Signed to Loyola Chicago)
7 Jaylen Jasper (Opp, 6-8, Annapolis, Md., Stanford)
8 Devin Joslyn (OH, 6-6, Angola, N.Y., Loyola Chicago)
10 Kevin Lamp (OH, 6-4, Lake Bluff, Ill., Committed to Stanford)
11C Sam Lewis (MB, 6-10, Long Beach, Calif., USC)
12 J.T. Martin (MB, 6-8, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Signed to Pepperdine)
14 Spencer Olivier (OH, 6-6, Tustin, Calif., Long Beach State)
15 Garland Peed V (L, 6-2, San Diego, Calif., UCLA)
16 Kyler Presho (MB, 6-8, San Clemente, Calif., Stanford)
19 J.P. Reilly (OH, 6-5, Manhattan Beach, Calif., Stanford)
22 Joe Kelly (S, 6-2, El Segundo, Calif., Princeton)


Head Coach: Jonah Carson (USAV High Performance and Mountain View Volleyball Club)
Assistant Coach: Kris Berzins (USAV High Performance and D1 Volleyball Club)
Assistant Coach: Sam Shweisky (Princeton University)
Technical Coordinator: Jeremy DeRoche
Team Manager: Aldis Berzins (Stevenson University)
Team Doctor: Denise Wunderler

Schedule/Results

NORCECA U21 Continental Championship
Havana, Cuba

Aug. 27: USA def. Nicaragua, 25-23, 25-15, 25-15
Aug. 28: USA def. Haiti, 25-20, 25-18, 25-17
Aug. 29: USA def. Canada, 25-14, 23-25, 25-23, 26-24
Aug. 30: Quarterfinals (USA has bye for winning Pool B)
Aug. 31: Semifinal: Dominican Republic def. USA, 21-25, 25-23, 26-24, 25-18
Sept. 1: Bronze medal match: Canada def. USA, 25-22, 25-23, 25-27, 25-17

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Program Information

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Previous Results

FIVB U21 World Championship

2017: 14th
2015: 11th
2013: 11th
2011: 4th
2009: 8th
2007: 7th
2005: 8th
1991: 7th
1989: 7th

Did not compete 1993-2003

NORCECA U21 Continental Championship

2018: 4th
2016: Gold
2014: Bronze
2012: Gold
2010: Gold
2008: Bronze
2006: Silver
2004: Silver
2002: Bronze
2000: Bronze
1998: Bronze