ANTIPOLO – Crimeline rising star Tots Carlos was welcomed as the 2022 Premier Volleyball League Open Conference MVP at the Yanares Sports Center here on Friday.
Carlos raises his first MVP plum in the professional ranks shortly before the PVL Finals Game 2, where the Crimline tries to sweep the series against Petro Gaz.
The University of the Philippines has emerged as the top scorer in the standout Cool Smashers, averaging 18.8 points from the pool stage to the quarterfinals and 24.5 points in two games in the semifinals, where they lost to sister team Choco Mucho.
After Alyssa Valdez, who won three MVP awards at the 2017 and 2018 Open Conference and the 2019 Reinforced Conference, and Jema Galanza, who was the 2019 Open Conference MVP, became the third conference MVP from Carlos Kremlin.
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He was also hailed as the best reverse spiker to lead the PVL Premier team, which was selected by individual stats at the conference.
Signal’s four distinct awards were Jail Cayuna Best Setter and Rhea Menezes and Roselyn Doria won two Best Middle Blocker awards.
Ces Molina also got the 1st Best Outside Heater, while Petro Gazz’s Grethcel Soltones got the 2nd Best Outside Heater.
Don Macandelli of F2 Logistics was nominated for Best Libero.
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