McIntosh Named to USA Volleyball Collegiate National Team

McIntosh Named to USA Volleyball Collegiate National Team

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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.- Sacred Heart University Men's Volleyball senior Timothy McIntosh was named to the USA Volleyball Collegiate National Team as announced by the association last night. The team includes five outside hitters, five middle blockers, two opposites, two setters and two liberos.

The selection process was an open video tryout to all collegiate athletes. They shared links to their game film for review and their VolleyMetrics stats from before the NCAA cancelation were also analyzed.

Unfortunately, due to the regional and national responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, the team is not able to train and compete together this summer. USA Volleyball still wanted to acknowledge these  athletes. 

McIntosh, a senior, appeared in 55 sets over 16 matches for the Pioneers in the 2020 campaign. He led the Pioneers with 3.09 digs per set, that saw him reach double figures on eight occasions and highlighted by a season-best 20 in the win at North Park. A defensive specialist, McIntosh contributed to the Pioneers offense as well this season, He finished with 43 kills and a .120 hitting percentage, going 4-0-5 for .800 hitting in the win at North Park. He recorded a season-best 11 kills in the St. Joseph's (L.I.) match.

Over the course of 35 matches, McIntosh appeared in 96 sets as a Pioneer the past two seasons. He finished with 227 digs, 2.36 a set and hit .119 in that time frame. He was named to the All-EIVA First Team on March 31. 

2020 U.S. Men's Collegiate National Team

Name (Pos., Ht., College, Hometown)
Felix Chapman (OH, 6-8, Grand View, San Jose De Las Lajas, Cuba)
Chase Direito (MB, 6-6, Menlo College, Clovis, Calif.)
Danny Farrell (MB, 6-8, Loyola U. Chicago, Westlake Village, Calif.)
Alex Gettinger (OH, 6-4, Pepperdine, Wildwood, Mo.)
Chris Hall (S, 6-2, USC, Sherman Oaks, Calif.)
Chase Howard (L, 6-2, Harvard, Virginia Beach, Va.)
Jaylen Jasper (Opp, 6-7, Stanford, Annapolis, Md.)
Will Kimenhour (MB, 6-6, U. of Charleston, Richmond, Va.)
Andrew Kohut (Opp, 6-6, Belmont Abbey, Naperville, Ill.)
Nathan Lietzke (S, 6-6, Stanford, Austin, Texas,)
Liam Maxwell (OH, 6-5, Belmont Abbey, Manahawkin, N.J.)
Timothy McIntosh (L, 6-0, Sacred Heart, Miami, Fla.)
Tyler Mitchem (MB, 6-11, Lewis, Bolingbrook, Ill.)
Kyler Presho (MB, 6-8, Stanford, San Clemente, Calif.)
Will Rottman (OH, 6-6, Stanford, Santa Barbara, Calif.)
Matt Slivinski (OH, 6-3, Carthage, Willow Springs, Ill.)