RosterTeamJake Langlois Interview

October 27, 20200
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As a recent addition to the Utah Stingers, Jake Langlois joins a list of US national team players, such as David Lee and Russell Holmes, to play for the NVA. In the short time since graduating from BYU, reaching the NCAA semi-finals twice as an all-American, Jake has gained a Bronze medal in the 2018 World Championships and a 3rd (2018) and 2nd (2019) place finish in the Volley Nations League. Having a stellar international player such as Jake in the league will truly make for an exciting development for the Championship Tournament in Utah, November 5-8.

“So far, it’s been an awesome time joining the Utah Stingers. It’s fun to play with a lot of the people I played with at BYU. I am hoping to see the NVA grow into something like the NBA, MLB, and NFL. Once people see men’s volleyball, I know they are going to be drawn to it instantly,” Langlois mentioned.

The November Championship Tournament will be the first time that Langlois has played in Utah since his time at BYU. The return of one of the Cougar’s star alumni to his old stomping grounds will likely bring a massive outpouring of fan support from Langlois’s friends, family, and fan base from Provo, Utah.

“The showcase is going to be fun for me playing volleyball again…Hopefully we can get some fans there despite current COVID restrictions,” Langlois added.

Be sure to follow along with Langlois, Utah Stingers, and the rest of the league on the NVA website: as well as the NVA app. You can also check out Stingers’ team website: Don’t miss the livestream that begins on November 5th at 8:00am PST.




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