With the Adamson University Soaring Falcons making a rare off-season appearance, their dynamic winger Pao Pablico has earned the PVL Collegiate Conference’s Most Valuble Player plum.
The converted open hitter led the Soaring Falcons scoring, tallying 17.5 points per outing in the elimination round. The graduating winger also guided Adamson to a fourth-place finish and bagged the Second Best Outside Spiker plum.
Bryan Bagunas and Ricky Marcos of eventual champions National University Bulldogs were named First Best Outside Spiker and Best Libero, respectively.
Jayvee Sumagaysay, Joshua Umandal, and Timothy Tajanlangit of silver medalists UST took home Second Best Middle Blocker, Best Opposite, and Best Setter.
JP Bugaoan of third placers FEU Tamaraws was deemed the First Best Middle Blocker.
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