UC Irvine junior Carson Clark has been named first-team All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation in men's volleyball for a third straight season.
Clark, a 6-foot-5 opposite, is joined on the first-team by senior outside hitter Cory Yoder.
Senior outside hitter Jordan DuFault is a repeat second-team honoree, while freshman middle blocker Scott Kevorken was named to the All-Freshman team.
Clark is second in the MPSF in kills (4.55) and points (5.24) per set). He ranks fourth in aces per set (0.42).
The 6-3 Yoder, a first-time all-conference choice, ranks fourth in the country with a .414 hitting percentage. He is second on the team in kills (3.31 per set).
DuFault is averaging 2.64 kills and 1.73 digs per set as the No. 3-ranked Anteaters (18-11) head into Saturday's MPSF Tournament quarterfinal against No. 6-ranked Hawaii (15-12) at 7 p.m. at Crawford Court.
The 6-9 Kevorken leads the team with a 0.89 blocks per set and is averaging 1.42 kills per set. He also has 19.
— From staff reports