Creamline brings in Gumabao, Gohing

ABS-CBN Sports on Jan 06, 2018 01:32 PM
Creamline brings in Gumabao, Gohing
Creamline is bringing in Michele Gumabao and Melissa Gohing to help in its quest for a crown in the 2018 Premier Volleyball League.

Creamline is building up a powerhouse team months before the start of the 2018 Premier Volleyball League.

After securing the services of volleyball stars Alyssa Valdez and Risa Sato, who played for BaliPure last year, the Rebisco franchise in its Facebook page announced the addition of former De La Salle University teammates Michele Gumabao and Melissa Gohing.

In a ‘Guess Who?’ post by Creamline Thursday and Friday, there were clues about the two new players that the Cool Smashers tapped to beef up their roster – all were pointing at Gohing and Gumabao.

Gohing won the UAAP Season 71 Rookie of the Year award and collected four titles with DLSU. Gumabao is a three-time UAAP champion, two-time Best Blocker winner and Finals Most Valuable Player back in Season 75 before foregoing her last playing year the following season.  

This will mark the return of Gumabao to the Sports Vision-organized volleyball league after bolting out of Pocari Sweat last year.

She transferred to Cocolife in the Philippine Superliga.

Gohing, on the other hand, left the Lady Warriors after three years with the Federated Distributors, Inc. franchise.

The multi-awarded libero played with Gumabao in the PSL back in 2015 when they left the DLSU core-led Generika Lifesavers to transfer to FDI’s club Philips Gold Lady Slammers.

The two gave the Lady Slammers a couple of bronze medal finishes that year in the All-Filipino and Grand Prix before the club bolted out the following year to join the V-League.  

With Gumabao, Gohing and Myla Pablo at the helm, the Pocari Sweat dominated the tournament winning the Open Conference and Reinforced Conference titles at the expense of Air Force and the Valdez-led Bureau of Customs, respectively.

Creamline despite having collegiate aces Valdez and top setter Jia Morado settled for a third place finish in the PVL’s inaugural Reinforced and Open conferences.

The PVL is tentatively scheduled to open April.

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