UAAP Volleyball: Eya Laure Cases for Best Scorer, Bella Belen Rookie-MVP

UST Tiger Aya Lore

UST Tigresses’ Eya Laure (center) UAAP photo

MANILA, Philippines – University of Santo Thomas star Aya Lore has emerged as the top scorer in the UAAP Season 84 Women’s Volleyball Tournament, as National University rookie Bella Belen also made a strong case for MVP and Rookie of the Year.

Laure 244 spikes, 17 blocks and 11 serve tops all scorers with 272 points, leading to a third-pick finish with a UST 9-5 record.

Atenio star Faith Nisperos, who qualified for the top rookie award after his first season was canceled two years ago, is second with 227 points from 228 attacks, 16 blocks and 23 assists, while Belen is third with a score of 203 and a 14-0 elimination round. Sweep took NU straight to the final.

University of the Philippines rookie Alyssa Bertolano was fourth with 197 points, while La Salle’s Leia Malaluan was fifth with 193 points.

Adamson’s Trisha Genesis (184 points), Atenio’s Vanny Gandler (174), NU’s Alyssa Solomon (171), University of the East’s Ja Lana (170), and NU’s Cess Robles (162) completed the top 10.

Skilled everywhere

NU's Bella Belen's role in Lady Bulldogs' recent victory.  UAAP pictures

NU’s Bella Belen’s role in Lady Bulldogs’ recent victory. UAAP pictures

Meanwhile, Belen has demonstrated his omnipotence after being part of the top 10 in five of the seven skill categories.

The 19-year-old outside heater was the best server in the elimination round at an average of 0.47 per set. He was second among the best spikers with a 38.96-percent success rate, 6th best receiver with his 40.85-percent efficiency rate and 8th best digger with 2.38 digs per set.

Nisperos was second with 0.43 aces per set, while Belen’s teammates Solomon (0.34) and Shina Toring (0.32) were third and fourth, and Bartolano (0.31) was fifth.

Solomon was the best spiker after a 38.98-percent attack rate in 14 games. Belen is just 0.02% behind. Their senior teammates Robels was third with 37.57-percent, Bertolano (35.27-percent) and Nisperos (34.86-percent) were fourth and fifth, respectively.

Lams Lamina remains the best setter after 14 games with 5.81 sets per frame. Adamson’s Louis Romero is the distant second with 4.70 sets per frame, followed by La Salle’s Marion Alba (4.60), Atenio’s Jaza Maraguinot (4.49) and UP’s Marian Sotomil (3.80).

NU libero Jennifer Nierva was the best receiver with her 55.96-percent efficiency rate. General Dalerio of UST was the second best receiver with 46.36-percent, followed by Atenio’s Roma Mae Doromal (44.44-percent), La Salle’s Libero Justin Jazareno (44.13-percent) and Jolina della Cruz (41.83-percent), who was the only speaker. Was. Department.

Jazareno was No. 1 in excavations with an excellent 4.78 digs per set, ahead of Nierva, which averaged 4.40 digs per set. Alexandra Juanko of Far Eastern University is third with 4.00, followed by Bernadette Pepito (2.96) of UST and Jenina Zeta (2.70) of UE.

La Salle’s Thea Gagget was the best blocker with 0.60 blocks per set. Atenio Rookie AC Minor is second with an average of 0.53 blocks, followed by Lady Spyker Fifi Sharma and Casey Galdons of UST, who are third with 0.50 blocks per set and Atenio Joan Narit fifth with 0.49.

UAAP will hand out individual prizes in Final Game 2, where they will crown MVP, Best Rookie of the Year, 1st and 2nd Best Outside Spyker, Best Opposite Spyker, 1st and 2nd Best Middle Blocker, Best Setter and Best Libero.

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