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Princess Robles does not go home empty-handed, takes UAAP 84 Finals MVP


National University made sure that their captain also received her flowers.

Princess Robles was hailed as the UAAP Season 84 Women’s Volleyball Finals Most Valuable Player after her all-around performance in the two-game series.

The 5-foot-5 spiker got 12 points on 12 attacks, two aces, and a block to go along with four digs during Game One last Saturday.

Three days later, the native of Arevalo, Iloilo City tallied six points on four attacks, a block, and an ace to go with 15 excellent digs and six excellent receptions in their Game Two triumph that ended NU’s 65-year title drought in the sport.

For Robles, all the team’s hard work resulted in this.UAAP-Season-84-Womens-Volleyball-Finals-Game-2-Princess-Robles-1-scaled Princess Robles does not go home empty-handed, takes UAAP 84 Finals MVP News NU UAAP Volleyball  - philippine sports news

“Kasi training po namin halos makita po namin yung hirap namin, nagbunga naman po lahat ‘yun,” said the third year Lady Bulldog.

“Sobrang happy po kami dahil nakuha namin yung championship crown.”

During her rookie year, Robles won the Best Server award.

Her teammates also took home individual awards earlier in the day.UAAP-Season-84-Womens-Volleyball-Awarding-1-scaled Princess Robles does not go home empty-handed, takes UAAP 84 Finals MVP News NU UAAP Volleyball  - philippine sports news

Mhicaela Belen won the MVP, Rookie of the Year, and 1st Best Outside Spiker awards.

Jennifer Nierva (Best Libero), Alyssa Solomon (Best Opposite Spiker), Camilla Lamina (Best Setter), and Sheena Toring (2nd Best Middle Blocker) also made the All-UAAP team.

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