NCAA 94: Prince Eze brings back MVP to Perpetual
Norman Lee Benjamin Riego on Nov 06, 2018 02:32 PM
Prince Eze is the second MVP from Perpetual in the last four years
A year ago, Prince Eze was topped the MVP race, but did not win the award because University of Perpetual Help did not make the Final Four.
Now in the NCAA 94 Men’s Basketball Tournament, the Altas have broken through and in turn, so has Eze.
The Nigerian tower topped the MVP race once again in the season and will now be hailed as the top individual player thanks to Perps’ semifinals finish.
His MVP campaign was built on per game counts of 17.9 points in 49.8 percent shooting, 16.3 rebounds, and 3.3 blocks.
Eze is the second top individual player from Las Pinas in the last four years – following in the footsteps of now-Ginebra star Scottie Thompson who won the award in 2014.
Joining him in the Mythical Team are San Beda University’s Robert Bolick, Javee Mocon, and Donald Tankoua, as well as Colegio de San Juan de Letran’s Bong Quinto.
The Defensive Player of the Year award also went the way of Eze.
Other awardees are Larry Muyang (Letran) as Rookie of the Year and Archie Concepcion (Arellano University) and Most Improved Player.
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