NCAA Season 91 stats race: Art Dela Cruz is still doing everything

Santino Honasan on Aug 10, 2015 12:52 PM
NCAA Season 91 stats race: Art Dela Cruz is doing everything
San Beda's do-it-all forward has been putting up MVP-caliber numbers as of late.

With San Beda’s star guard Baser Amer still out due to injury, the Red Lions’ do-it-all forward Arthur Dela Cruz continues to make his presence felt in almost all of the major statistical categories so far this season. Dela Cruz has been putting up solid numbers so far, enough to put him second in scoring with 21.9 per game, third in assists with almost seven per game, and fourth in rebounds with just over 12 boards per game.  

Here are your statistical leaders for week six of NCAA Season 91!

 

POINTS PER GAME

Perpetual’s Bright Akhuetie remains on top of the scoring list, putting up 22.7 points per contest, capped off by a 31-point explosion against Arellano. San Sebastian’s Michael Calisaan also breaks into the top-five this week, pushing his averages to 18.4 markers a game following a 35-point effort against Lyceum.

  1. Bright Akhuetie (Perpetual) – 22.7
  2. Art Dela Cruz (San Beda) – 21.9
  3. Josan Nimes (Mapua) – 18.4
  4. Michael Calisaan (San Sebastian) – 18.4
  5. Jonathan Grey (CSB) – 17.1
  6. Jamil Ortuoste (San Sebastian) – 16.9
  7. Allwell Oraeme (Mapua) – 15.7
  8. Sidney Onwubere (EAC) – 15.7
  9. Ola Adeogun (San Beda) – 15.7
  10. Rey Nambatac (Letran) – 15.6

 

REBOUNDS PER GAME

Mapua’s Allwelll Oraeme is still the league’s best rebounder, grabbing 18.0 boards per game, including a 20-rebound performance against College of Saint Benilde.

  1. Allwell Oraeme (Mapua) – 18.0
  2. Sidney Onwubere (EAC) – 13.5
  3. Bradwyn Guinto (San Sebastian) – 13.3
  4. Art Dela Cruz (San Beda) – 12.4
  5. Bright Akhuetie (Perpetual) – 11.9
  6. Scottie Thompson (Perpetual) – 10.1
  7. Hamadou Laminou (EAC) – 9.0
  8. Michael Calisaan (San Sebastian) – 8.8
  9. Ola Adeogun (San Beda) – 8.5
  10. Prince Eze (Perpetual) – 8.0

 

ASSISTS PER GAME

Arellano’s Jiovani Jalalon is still the league’s best playmaker with 9.6 assists per game, but reigning MVP Scottie Thompson moves up to second place, making the assists race a battle of the league’s best floor generals.

  1. Jiovani Jalalon (Arellano) – 9.6
  2. Scottie Thompson (Perpetual) – 8.0
  3. Art Dela Cruz (San Beda) – 6.7
  4. CJ Isit (Mapua) – 6.0
  5. Josan Nimes (Mapua) – 5.4
  6. Roldan Sara (San Beda) – 4.7
  7. Ryan Costelo (San Sebastian) – 4.4
  8. Ryusei Koga (San Beda) – 4.1
  9. Jamil Ortuoste (San Sebastian) – 3.9
  10. McJour Luib (Letran) – 3.9

 

STEALS PER GAME

There’a a three-way tie for most thefts per game after week six, with Letran’s Rey Nambatac, Arellano’s Jiovani Jalalon, and San Beda’s Roldan Sara all averaging two steals.

  1. Rey Nambatac (Letran) – 2.0
  2. Jiovani Jalalon (Arellano) – 2.0
  3. Roldan Sara (San Beda) – 2.0
  4. Andretti Stevens (Mapua) – 1.8
  5. Bright Akhuetie (Perpetual) – 1.7
  6. Sidney Onwubere (EAC) – 1.7
  7. Mark Cruz (Letran) – 1.6
  8. Jonathan Grey (CSB) – 1.5
  9. Art Dela Cruz (San Beda) – 1.3
  10. Ken Salado (Arellano) – 1.1

 

BLOCKS PER GAME

Following a huge eight-block effort against CSB, the Mapua bigman remains as the league’s best shot blocker with over four rejections a game.

  1. Allwell Oraeme (Mapua) – 4.4
  2. Prince Eze (Perpetual) – 2.3
  3. Victor Nguidjol (Lyceum) – 1.7
  4. Tom Sollano (Letran) – 1.6
  5. Dioncee Holts (Arellano) – 1.6
  6. Abdulrazak Abdulwahad (JRU) – 1.6
  7. Ola Adeogun (San Beda) – 1.3
  8. Bradwyn Guinto (San Sebastian) – 1.3
  9. Adda Mbang (EAC) – 1.3
  10. Hamadou Laminou (EAC) 1.1

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