CREAMLINE spiker Jema Galanza earned the Most Valuable Player award in the Premier Volleyball League Open Conference.
Galanza finished No. 4 in the Best Scorers race at the end of the elimination round with a total of 226 points, from 192 spikes, 15 blocks and 19 service aces.
The former Adamson University star was No. 3 in spiking with 36.34 success rate, No. 4 in service with average of 0.37 by set, while on the defensive end, she ranked No. 7 in digs with an average of 3.10 by set and she tallied 47.22 efficiency rate in receives to take the No. 3 spot in that skill.
Galanza and Jovielyn Prado of Petro Gazz were the best outside spikers.
Kathy Bersola of BanKo and Jeanette Panaga of Petro Gazz were the best middle blockers.
Tots Carlos of Motolite was the best opposite spiker, while Jia Morado of Creamline was the best setter and Kyla Atienza of Creamline was the best libero.