AURegine Arocha named NCAA Season 93 Women’s Volleyball Finals MVP

Posted: February 20, 2018

By Migs Flores 


NCAA Season 93 Women’s Volleyball Best Opposite Hitter Regine Arocha capped her season with a splendid showing in the Finals. For this, she was crowned the the Finals Most Valuable Player.

Arocha poured in 15 points to go with 12 digs and 11 excellent receptions in the Arellano Lady Chiefs’ title-clinching match against the San Beda Lady Red Spikers, Monday evening. This came after a 14-point outing in Game One for the third-year spiker.

Arocha was Arellano’s best scorer throughout Season 93, averaging 14 points per outing and leading her squad to a 10-1 record.

According to Arocha, she and the Lady Chiefs smelled blood in the third set of Game Two, feeling that they had the win in hand.


“Nakita po namin sa first five points pa lang na hirap na po talaga ‘yung kalaban namin so nag-take advantage na kami,” said the Angono, Rizal-native.

What ensued was a storm of Arellano attacks, spearheaded by Arocha’s all-around play.

“Hindi pa nga po ako nagsi-sink in sa akin na Finals MVP ako,” said an elated Arocha.

“Sobrang saya ko na po kasi na nag-champion kami.”

Arellano head coach Obet Javier was elated to see his ward reach such lofty heights. Season 92 was Arocha’s breakthrough year, transforming from just a service specialist to the team’s best scorer.

“Ngayon siguro nakita niya kung bakit ko sila sinisigawan at dinidiin sa practice. Nakita na nila ‘yung bunga at kung gaano kasarap mag-champion,” Javier closed.