The college volleyball season takes place in the spring, with championships held in May. Because there are relatively few men's volleyball teams, Division I and Division II compete together in the NCAA National Collegiate Championship. There is also a separate championship held for Division III teams.
Compared to other college sports, there are not many men's volleyball programs, making competition for athletic scholarships intense. Recruitment often begins early in high school. As a result, students should do their research early to get a clear idea of what college would be a good fit for them.
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