Surrounded by imports, Valdez is top-performing local player in PVL

Creamline’s ace hitter Alyssa Valdez is currently the top-performing local player in the ongoing Premiere Volleyball League (PVL) Reinforced Conference 2019.

As of June 23, Valdez has appeared in the top 10 of 3-out-of-7 skills department rankings — the most for any local player in the import-laden conference.

The Cool Smashers skipper ranked 10th in the scoring charts with 100 accumulated points, tallying 79 spikes, 18 aces and three blocks for a 12.5 average points per match.

The two-time PVL champ was also the lone Filipina in the Wilma Salas-dominated spiking department, sitting at no. 5 with 38.16 percent conversion rate.

Further, the national team campaigner is by far the deadliest server in the league with 0.67 average aces per set.

During her most recent outing, Valdez poured 16 markers all from kills to aid Creamline in its revenge four-set win over the league-leading PetroGazz.

Valdez and Creamline now stand at 7-1, earning an outright semifinals berth in their title defense bid.

Check the complete player ranking by skills here:

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