Courtesy BYU Athletics
Ohio State topped the Cougars 25-19, 25-20 and 25-22 in the NCAA tournament championship game in Columbus, Ohio on Saturday, May 6, 2017.

Three BYU volleyball players were named 2017 VolleyballMag.com Men’s College All-Americans, the organization announced Tuesday.

Outside hitters Jake Langlois and Brenden Sander were named First-Team All-Americans, while junior middle blocker Price Jarman was named a Second-Team All-American.

Langlois finished the season with a team-high 351 kills and a .347 hitting percentage. The San Jose, California, native also tallied 129 digs.

Sander, a junior, added 254 kills while hitting a .290 percentage this season. He recorded 1.05 digs per set and 59 total blocks.

Jarman, from Las Vegas, contributed 1.50 kills per set on a team-high .464 clip. He chipped in 90 total blocks to the Cougars’ defensive threat this season.

Sydney Jorgensen is the men's tennis SID at Brigham Young University. Contact her at tennis_sid@byu.edu