BYU 3, Long Beach St. 0
May. 06, 2001
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LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) _ Second-ranked Brigham Young won the NCAA men's volleyball championship Saturday, beating top-ranked UCLA 30-26, 30-26, 32-20.
Mike Wall, the tournament's most outstanding player, finished with 16 kills, five digs and four block assists.
Brigham Young, also the 1999 champion, finished the season 23-4. UCLA, the 2000 champion, was 24-8.
Adam Naeve led UCLA with 16 kills.