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UAAP 75 Awards: Pingoy, Parks repeat as MVPs

13 Oct

Women’s Division

Rookie of the Year: Princess Joy Cochico (Adamson University)

Mythical 5:

  • Maica Cortes (UST)
  • Marilourd Socorro Borja (FEU)
  • Allana May Lim (FEU)
  • Mary Snow Peñaranda (Adu)
  • Aracelie Abaca (DLSU)

Most Valuable Player (MVP): Allana May Lim (FEU Lady Tamaraws)

Juniors Division

Rookie of the Year: Reginnal Morido

Mythical 5:

  • Jerie Marlon Pingoy (FEU-Diliman)
  • Ferdinand Ravena III (ADMU)
  • Henri Sobido (De La Salle- Zobel)
  • Alvin Gerard Ungria (UST)
  • Reginnal Morido (NU)

Most Valuable Player (MVP): Jerie Marlon Pingoy (FEU-Diliman)

Seniors Division

Special Awards

  • Enervon Todo-bigay Player of the Season: Kiefer Ravena (Ateneo Blue Eagles) – P50,000 Cash
  • RCBC Savings Bank Game Changing Player of the Season: Greg Slaughter (Ateneo Blue Eagles) – P50,000 Cash plus Trophy and RCBC Wallet Card
  • Jollibee Champ of the Season: Bobby Ray Parks, Jr. (NU Bulldogs) – P40,000 Cash plus Trophy
  • PSBank Maasahan Player of the Season – Bobby Ray Parks, Jr. (NU Bulldogs) – P100,000 Cash Deposit plus Trophy

Rookie of the Year: Jeron Teng (DLSU Green Archers)

Mythical 5:

  • G – Terrence Romeo (FEU Tamaraws)
  • G – Bobby Ray Parks, Jr. (NU Bulldogs)
  • F – Jeron Teng (DLSU Green Archers)
  • F – Karim Abdul (UST Growling Tigers)
  • C – Greg Slaughter (ADMU Blue Eagles)

Most Valuable Player (MVP): Bobby Ray Parks, Jr. (NU Bulldogs)

Ray Parks and Jerie Pingoy both kept their MVP standing in their respective leagues. Parks lead the NU Bulldogs to the Final 4 while Pingoy won the high school plum with FEU-Diliman. In the Women’s tournament, Allana Lim won the MVP a year after fellow Lady Tam Raiza Palmera won. Lim was part of this year’s champion team and she was a mythical 5 member in season 74.  Greg Slaughter of Ateneo and Aracelie Abaca are the only other players who were able to duplicate as mythical five member from season 74.

Greg Slaughter used to play for the University of Visayas Green Lancers while Jerie Pingoy started playing organized basketball at the University of Cebu.

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