Rob McLean - Men's Volleyball
Rob McLean, a sophomore outside hitter, helped lead Long Beach
City College to the 2012 CCCAA Men’s Volleyball State
Championship. McLean was named the State Championship Most Valuable
Player after totaling 31 kills, 10 blocks, and seven digs over two
state tournament matches.
In the State Championship final against Orange Coast College, McLean led LBCC with 15 kills to go with five blocks, three digs, and two aces.
During the month of April, McLean was the driving force in the Vikings’ offense as they closed out their regular season and state championship run. He averaged 14 kills per match over LBCC’s final five contests. In Long Beach’s sweep over No. 2 state-ranked El Camino College on April 6, McLean posted 14 kills, five digs, and three blocks. He followed that with a big 13-kill, 13-dig effort to close out the conference schedule at Santa Barbara City College on April 11.
McLean, a first-time All-Western State Conference selection, was also named the CCCSIA/CCCAA State Athlete of the Month.