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Cza Carandang bids FEU farewell, signs with Perlas

Perlas beefed up its lineup with its latest acquisition. 

Burly blocker Cza Carandang has signed with Perlas for the upcoming 2020 Premier Volleyball League season.

The team made the announcement on its social media page, saying that the 5-foot-7 blocker is ready to bring the “swag” back to Perlas.

“Exciting to see a different kind of Pearl power as Cza Carandang prepares to bring the swag to Perlas’ side of the court.”

This means that Carandang has foregone her final year of eligibility with Far Eastern University.

Also leaving the Lady Tamaraws program early this year was Gel Cayuno, who is also with Perlas.

Carandang’s previous club experience was with PSL team PLDT back in the 2018 All-Filipino Conference.

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