Valdez bags inaugural PVL Reinforced Conference MVP award
Mark Escarlote on Jun 13, 2017 06:19 PM
Alyssa Valdez of Creamline earns the inaugural PVL Reinforced Conference Most Valuable Player award.
Superstar Alyssa Valdez added another feather on her already decorated cap, bagging the inaugural Premier Volleyball League Reinforced Conference Most Valuable Player award.
The 23-year-old hitter played consistent for Creamline and lorded it over in the statistical race to own the highest individual award.
Valdez, a three-time UAAP and V-League MVP, averaged 20.7 points per game in topping the scoring department in runaway fashion from her closest pursuer Grethcel Soltones of BaliPure a mile behind logging an average of 13.1 points per game.
Valdez also topped the spiking department with 37.32% success rate while ending up second in service aces (0.51 aces per set). Defensively, Valdez also contributed well for the Cool Smashers with 2.47 digs per set.
The San Juan, Batangas native also claimed the 1st Best Outside Spiker award.
Soltones got the 2nd Best Outside Spiker recognition, teammate Risa Sato and Pocari Sweat’s Jeannette Panaga earned the 1st and 2nd Best Middle Blocker awards, respectively, while Dimdim Pacres of the Power Smashers received the Best Opposite Spiker citation.
Young playmaker Jasmine Nabor of BaliPure was named Best Setter, averaging 8.76 excellent sets per frame while veteran libero Melissa Gohing of Pocari Sweat bagged the Best Libero award with an impressive 4.16 excellent digs per set and 37.89% reception efficiency under her name in the elimination round.
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