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Almonte goals to redeem self in PVL after down 12 months with Adamson

Lucille Almonte PVL Rookie Draft combine

Lucille Almonte, heart, throughout the PVL Rookie Draft mix.–MARLO CUETO/INQUIRER.internet

MANILA, Philippines — Lucille Almonte is raring to redeem herself after a subpar last 12 months with Adamson within the UAAP as she hopes to show her value in PVL.

Almonte, who had a decreased enjoying time when Adamson missed the UAAP Season 86 girls’s volleyball Last 4, might not have the very best exit in her collegiate profession however she’s hoping to maneuver ahead and regain her deadly offensive kind within the professionals.

“My mindset is to work tougher as a result of the video games right here within the professionals have a unique depth. So I’ve to proceed striving and making sacrifices,” Almonte, who’s among the many 46 aspirants within the upcoming PVL Rookie Draft on July 8 at Novotel, instructed the reporters in Filipino after the primary day of the mix at GameVille Ball Park in Mandaluyong Metropolis.

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The previous Adamson captain stated her coaches, led by JP Yude, inspired her to show professional for an opportunity to take her sport to the following degree.

“My coaches instructed me that I’ve to show professional.  So I can unfold my wings within the PVL. And I additionally want to come back out of my consolation zone,” stated Almonte, who performed three seasons within the UAAP.

Her batchmates Louie Romero, Rizza Cruz, and Kate Santiago in addition to one-and-done star Trisha Tubu are already within the professionals after they left Adamson final 12 months following a bronze medal end within the UAAP Season 85.

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Almonte selected to stick with her teammates and confirmed her loyalty to the college. However now, she’s transferring on to the following chapter of her profession along with her fellow Woman Falcons AA Adolfo, Ishie Lalongisip, Nikka Yandoc, Angge Alcantara, Karen Verdeflor, and Sharya Ancheta.

After a tiring first day on the mix, the truth of being a professional participant has sunk into Almonte’s thoughts and she or he’s up for the problem of competing along with her fellow aspirants for a PVL roster spot.

“This draft mix could also be tiring however that is the truth of being a professional participant. This can increase our confidence since that is the largest volleyball league within the nation,” Almonte stated. “I hope everybody will get an opportunity and alternative to play for the PVL groups.”

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