University of Santo Tomas’ Eya Laure ruled the first round of the UAAP Season 84 women’s volleyball after placing in the top 10 of four individual statistics rankings.
Laure topped the scoring sheet with 143 spikes, 11 blocks, and six service aces for a total of 160 points across seven games. She also placed fourth in spikes with a 34.29 success rate.
The UAAP Season 82 Rookie of the Year, who recorded 11 kill blocks in the first round, placed 10th in blockings while also ranking sixth in digs with 78. Laure is currently averaging 0.39 blocks and 2.79 digs per set.
The National University trio of Princess Robles, Mhicaela Belen, and Alyssa Belen, who led the Lady Bulldogs to an immaculate run in the first round, rounded up the top three in the spiking category. Robles took the first spot with a 38.64-percent success rate while Belen came in as a close second with a 38.05-percent rate. Meanwhile, Solomon placed third with 36.52-percent.
Solomon and Belen’s efficiency did not just end in spiking, with the two placing first and second, respectively, in the service department. The former had a total of 11 aces while averaging 0.48 per set while the latter had a total of 10 through 0.43 aces per set. Nisperos, on the other hand, is third with 10 and a 0.38 average.
Lorene Toring of Adamson University, who averaged 0.58 blocks per set, came out as the best blocker of the first half with a total of 15 kill blocks. Ateneo’s AC Miner placed second with 13 kill blocks, averaging 0.50 per set while Jyne Sorreño, one of the three non-middle blockers in the top ten, averaging 0.48 per set and ranked third with 12 in total.
Over at the defensive end, La Salle’s Justine Jazareno took the number one spot in digs, collecting a total of 125 digs while averaging 5.0 per set. Alexandra Juangco of Far Eastern University placed second, norming 4.26 digs per set for a total of 115 while Jennifer Nierva of NU (4.13 per set) had 95 digs in the third spot.
Nierva also bagged the top spot in receptions, tallying 78 with a 50-percent efficiency rate. Janel Delerio of UST recorded a 48.69-percent rate laced with a total of 100 receptions while Jazareno had 56 on a 44.64-percent rate.