Creamline has added depth to its roster after signing Ella de Jesus for the 2020 season of the Premier Volleyball League.
The Cool Smashers welcomed De Jesus on their social media accounts, Friday morning.
The Ateneo product was a vital cog to BanKo Perlas’ campaign for the past three seasons, providing the firepower that backstopped the troika of Nicole Tiamzon, Kathy Bersola, and Sue Roces.
De Jesus is also bound to reignite her on-court chemistry with Alyssa Valdez and Jia Morado, and well-renowned tactician Tai Bundit.
The current Creamline coach and the former Lady Eagles served as the pillars of Ateneo when it dethroned the thrice-to-beat La Salle in the UAAP back in 2014; then completed a historic 16-0 sweep the next year to pull off a successful title-retention bid.
The Cool Smashers are looking to reclaim the throne in the Reinforced Conference after being denied a repeat by Petro Gazz a season ago.
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