• PSL names candidates for Most Improved, ROY

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    Veteran international campaigner Joey Del Rosario has been named as candidate for the Philippine Swimming League Most Improved Swimmer award for his exceptional campaign in international competitions for the past year. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

    Veteran international campaigner Joey Del Rosario has been named as candidate for the Philippine Swimming League Most Improved Swimmer award for his exceptional campaign in international competitions for the past year. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

    The Philippine Swimming League (PSL) has announced the candidates for the Rookie of the Year, Most Improved Swimmer and Coaches of the Year awards when the association holds its Annual Awards Night next year.

    The candidates for the Rookie Of The Year are Estelle Margaret Mendez and Heather Linasan White in the girls’ division, and Ruben William White, Master Charles Janda and Trump Christian Luistro in the boys’ class.

    Aubrey Tom, Paula Carmela Cusing, Kim Endozo, Marie Joe Borres and Ehm Ahmadelle Alavi-Chafi (girls), and Marc Bryan Dula, Joey Del Rosario, Lee Grant Cabral, Marcus Faytaren, Morie Rylan Pabalan and Jennuel Booh De Leon (boys) are in the Most Improved Swimmer category.

    Veteran mentor Edwin Valdez of the Cavite Sailfish Swimming Club heads the list for the Coach Of The Year along with Ryan Robles, Alfredo Mascardo, Jr., Jeffrey Medrano, Joselito Andaya, Joel Villa and Manny De Leon.

    Earlier, PSL President Susan Papa revealed the candidates for the Swimmer of the Year category with Sean Terence Zamora and University of Santo Tomas (boys) and Micaela Jasmine Mojdeh of Immaculate Heart of Mary College-Paranaque (girls) leading the candidates.

    The other nominees are Kyla Soguilon, Charize Juliana Esmero, Joy Rodgers and Aubrey Tom (girls), and Dula, Drew Benett Magbag, Ferdinand Ian Trinidad, Jux Keaton Solita, Paul Christian King Cusing and Lans Rawlin Donato (boys).

    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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