Jaja Santiago adds another individual accolade after winning PVL Collegiate Conference MVP
Jaja Santiago beams with pride after being named PVL Collegiate Conference MVP. Dante Peralta

NATIONAL University skipper Jaja Santiago stood out among the rest to bag the MVP award in the Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference.

The fifth year do-it-all spiker averaged 14.4 points per game with a 40.82% success rate in attacks to lead the Lady Bulldogs in their five-game elimination round sweep.  

Meanwhile, Santiago’s teammates Risa Sato and Gayle Valdez were the second best middle blocker and the best libero, respectively.

Fil-Japanese Sato averaged 0.44 kill blocks per set while, Valdez averaged 3.33 digs per set and posted a 35.43% efficiency rate on reception.

Adamson’s Eli Soyud was the best open spiker, Arellano University duo Regine Arocha and Rhea Ramirez were the best open spiker and best setter, respectively, Far Eastern University's Jeannette Villareal was named best middle blocker while teammate Toni Rose Basas was awarded best opposite spiker.

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