Alyssa Valdez bags 3rd PVL MVP plum

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Alyssa Valdez bags 3rd PVL MVP plum
The phenom's all-around game nets her another Premier Volleyball League MVP award

MANILA, Philippines – Alyssa Valdez was crowned the 2019 Premier Volleyball League (PVL) Reinforced Conference Most Valuable Player on Saturday, July 13, at the Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan. 

The Creamline star tallied a total of 120 points off 93 attacks, 4 blocks and 23 aces while ranking 1st in the service department with an average of 0.68 aces per set and 10th in digs (2.24 digs/set). 

Valdez also nabbed the 2nd Best Outside Spiker award behind Banko Perlas captain Nicole Tiamzon.

In the previous seasons, Valdez copped the highest individual award in the 2017 Reinforced Conference and 2018 Open Conference. 

Banko Perlas Spikers Dzi Gervacio and Kathy Bersola won the Best Opposite Spiker award and 1st Best Middle Blocker awards, respectively, while PetroGazz’s Cherry Nunag was named the 2nd Best Middle Blocker. 

Valdez’s teammate Jia Morado continued to dominate the setting department to cop another Best Setter plum as she averaged 5.94 excellent sets per frame to edge out Banko Perlas’ Jem Ferrer. 

Pacifictown’s Angel Nunag took home the Best Libero award as she tallied 3.76 excellent digs per set and notched a 33.46% efficiency in receptions. 

PetroGazz’s Wilma Salas took home the Best Foreign Guest Player award for leading the Angels to a league No. 1 standing. –





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More commonly known as Bee, Beatrice Go is a multimedia sports reporter for Rappler, who covers Philippine sports governance, national teams, football, and the UAAP. Stay tuned for her news and features on Philippine sports and videos like the Rappler Athlete’s Corner and Rappler Sports Timeout.