Altas' Prince Eze officially named NCAA Season 94 MVP | Inquirer Sports

Altas’ Prince Eze officially named NCAA Season 94 MVP

By: - Reporter / @MarkGiongcoINQ
/ 05:14 PM November 12, 2018

Photo by Tristan Tamayo/

The jeers rained down on Prince Eze as he collected the MVP award on Monday before Game 2 of the NCAA Season 94 men’s basketball Finals at Mall of Asia Arena.

The boos from the Lyceum gallery, however, won’t deter the fact that Eze deserved the plum after leading University of Perpetual Help back to the Final Four.


The Nigerian big man had a dominating season where he averaged 17.9 points, 16.3 rebounds and 3.3 blocks to garner 61.39 Player All-Around Value (PAV) Points.


Letran’s Bong Quinto was a distant second with a total of 48.83 PAV, San Beda’s Robert Bolick came in third with 48.39 while teammates Javee Mocon (47.89) and Donald Tankoua (46.56) finished fourth and fifth, respectively.

Lyceum’s CJ Perez was ineligible to win any individual award after getting suspended due to his failure to notify the league that he had entered the PBA Draft. Perez, who won the MVP last season, served his suspension last Tuesday in Game 1 of the finals.

Eze would’ve still won the MVP had Perez was eligible.

The 6-foot-10 Nigerian also bagged the Defensive Player of the Year award.

Meanwhile, Letran’s Larry Muyang was named Rookie of the Year while Arellano University’s Archie Concepcion won Most Improved Player.

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