March 20, 2020 – By NJP

If you don’t think Ben Patch is one of the best players in the world, take a look at his highlight video below. He is currently playing professionally for the Berlin Recycling Volleys and has a laundry list of accomplishments for Team USA, BYU and a host of junior teams. He took the time today to put a video together to share his support and encouragement to the NJ volleyball community. Take a look here:

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Ben grew up in Provo, Utah. He is the son of Mike and
Linda Patch and has three brothers. Patch has been in the USA Volleyball pipeline since he made the U.S. Youth National Team in 2011. In 2012, he was named the MVP of the NORCECA Men’s Under-21 Continental Championships as his team took the gold medal. In his freshman season at BYU in 2013, he was named the AVCA Newcomer of the Year and First Team All-American. In 2013, Patch went on a Latter Day Saints (LDS) mission to Columbus, Ohio. He returned early in 2015 and that summer, played on the U.S. Pan American Games and Pan American Cup teams. In 2017, he played his junior season for BYU and also started up a very successful photography brand. He has an absolutely insane vertical coupled with a 6′ 8″ frame. That’s a lethal combination combined with outstanding athleticism and brutally powerful right arm. As seen below by the flying #13…

Thanks so much for engaging the NJ audience! Greatly appreciated… Reach out to Ben at these links and please make sure to follow him and build his audience…



From the USA Volleyball website… link at

Name: Ben Patch

Position: Opposite

Height: 6-8 (203 cm)

Weight: 195 (88 kg)

Birthplace: Layton, Utah

Hometown: Provo, Utah

High School: Provo High School

College: BYU

World Championship Experience

  • 2018 FIVB World Championship (Bronze medal)

Other Career Highlights

  • A month after finishing with BYU in May 2017, Patch was traveling with the U.S. Men for the FIVB World League
  • Started 11 of 13 FIVB World League matches in 2017 and was the team’s second-leading scorer with 178 points in 52 sets
  • Member of the 2015 Men’s Indoor Team for the Pan Am Games in Toronto
  • Helped the U.S. Men take bronze medals at the 2018 FIVB Volleyball Nations League and World Championship
  • Helped the U.S. Men win the 2017 NORCECA Championship
  • Played his first season overseas during the winter of 2017-18 in Italy for Tonno Callipo Calabria Vibo Valentia
  • Left BYU after his junior season after leading it to the 2016 and 2017 NCAA DI-II National Championship match where it lost to Ohio State both years
  • Won the 2016 Off the Block Bryan Ivie Award as the nation’s top DI-II collegiate opposite
  • AVCA First Team All-American in 2013 and 2016
  • Played in the 2015 Men’s Pan American Cup
  • Named to the 2013 NCAA All-Tournament Team
  • At BYU, named the 2013 AVCA Newcomer of the Year and First Team All-American as a freshman
  • First player to ever win back-to-back AVCA Player of the Week awards
  • Took a hiatus from volleyball to serve on an LDS mission to Columbus, Ohio, in 2014 and 2015
  • Played with the Boys’ Youth National Team at the 2011 FIVB U19 Boys’ World Championship
  • Played for Mountain View Volleyball Club (Northern California Region)

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