23 receive MOS plum in 96th PSL National Series

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n The Most Outstanding Swimmer awardees in the Novice Division of the 96th Philippine Swimming League (PSL) National Series Novice and Motivational Meet pose with PSL President Susan Papa.  CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

The Most Outstanding Swimmer awardees in the Novice Division of the 96th Philippine Swimming League (PSL) National Series Novice and Motivational Meet pose with PSL President Susan Papa. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

Baguio City’s Janzel Buan and Mabalacat City’s Daevid Buccat dominated their respective age groups to bag the Most Outstanding Swimmer (MOS) awards in the Novice Division of the 96th Philippine Swimming League (PSL) National Series Novice and Motivational Meet held at the Diliman College swimming pool in Quezon City.

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Buan earned 33 points to claim the MOS award in the girls’ 15-over while Buccat collected 33 points in winning the boys’ 9-year MOS plum.

Kate Nixie Moscosa of Cavite Sailfish (girls’ 14-year), Jeanne Clarenze of Navotas Swim Team  (girls’ 10-year), Aliya Flores of SPSA-Parananque (girls’ 7-year) and Anna Coleen Villanueva of Pasig Blue Dolphins (girls’ 6-under) also pocketed the MOS trophies in their categories.

Winning the other MOS awards in the boys’ class were Sean Hadiel Agustin (6-under), Ashton Clyde Jose (7), Shan Kervie Medina (8), Johann Gaas (9), Elijah Jay Lozano (10), Ted Gabriel Tolentino and Angelo Joaquin Olaguer (11), Max Anthony Rosario (12), Tom Vincent Pepito and Rupert Janze Nunez (13), Jonathan Reyes and Adam Zafaralla (14), and Kyle Adrian Roldan (15-over).

The other MOS winners were Alyssa Quezada (8), Jeanne Clarenze Calayag (10), Alyanna Mei Co (11), Mary Cahiles (13) and Alexie Joy Moscosa (12) in the tournament supported by The Manila Times.

“It’s the start of their swimmer careers and we are looking forward to see them again in our next competitions for us to know if they improved or not. We are here to support and guide them in their journey,” stressed PSL President Susan Papa.

PSL is a national sports swimming association for Universities and Colleges accredited by the Federation of School Sports Association of the Philippines (Fessap), internationally affiliated member of Federation of International Sports University (FISU).

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