Stephanie Niemer added another feather to her already heavy cap as she was named the most valuable player (MVP) in the Philippine Superliga Grand Prix 2019.
This after she led her team Petron to a back-to-back Grand Prix title to jumpstart the team’s 2019 conference stint.
The Blaze Spikers were champions anew after routing gutsy F2 Logistics Cargo Movers in the finals series of this season.
Petron dropped only one set in the elimination rounds before getting a scare from the Cargo Movers in their Game 1 finals face-off. They eventually regrouped and grabbed Games 2 and 3 to clinch the crown.
Apart from the MVP award, the Niemer likewise was named as the best scorer of the conference.
Best Scorer – Steph Niemer pic.twitter.com/cd6qyHFpMu
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Niemer’s teammates Khat Bell and Rhea Dimaculangan are the best foreign open hitter and best setter, respectively.
F2 Logistics’ Ara Galang, Aby Marano, and Dawn Macandili were hailed as the best local open hitter, best local middle blocker, and best libero, respectively.
Completing the roster of awardees are Cignal’s Erica Wilson as the best foreign opposite hitter and Aiko Urdas as the best local opposite hitter.