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 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.

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