The annual Ms. NCAA pageant made its debut at ABS-CBN Sports Friday afternoon at the Filoil Flying V Arena in San Juan City.
The pageant is an annual part of the NCAA All-Star festivities as each school entered representatives that best represents the values and ideals of each school.
Fashion stylist Erika Gana reviews the Top Three contestants based on fashion and the question-and-answer portion of the pageant.
The Top Three contestants for the competition was determined through online votes that was hosted on the NCAA.org.ph Facebook page. The result were as follows:
|Zahara Mae Soriano||Arellano University||43088|
|El Fel Sharae Banay-banay||Colegio de San Juan De Letran||3048|
|Reissa Olga Ileto||College of Saint Benilde||2360|
|Ramona Theresita Lacson||Emilio Aguinaldo College||1836|
|Alannis Reign Binoya||Jose Rizal University||5457|
|Rycca Timog||Lyceum of the Philippines University||26669|
|Katrina Mae Redshaw||Mapua Institute of Technology||4303|
|Arianna Kevina Villaluna||San Beda College||2598|
|Mit Wayne Maryce Veluz||San Sebastian College-Recoletos||4840|
|Lyra Velchez||University of Perpetual Help System-DALTA||38966|
Based on the online voting, Zahara Soriano of Arellano, Rycca Timog of Lyceum, and Lyra Velchez of Perpetual advanced to the question-and-answer portion of the pageant.
|MISS NCAA TOP THREE|
|Zahara kept the clean and classy vibe all the way in her white strapless form-fitting dress. Her accessories further polished her ensemble. Unfortunately, nerves got the best to her during the Q&A portion.|
|Rycca was all about her chic and sweet in her red off-shoulder dress. The circle skirt added that flirty vibe to her look. Very bright and quirky during the Q&A. Had a good chance in winning the competition.|
|Lyra worked the courtside runway in her sleek and sultry style, wearing a marsala-colored body-con dress with an off-the-shoulder sleeves. Her hair and makeup were on point! Seems to be used to the pageant environment.|
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