She was one of four Nicaraguan players awarded during the closing ceremony chaired by Glenn Quinlan, president of the Eastern Caribbean Volleyball Association (ECVA) and Major Warrenton Dixon, president of Jamaica Volleyball Association. They were accompanied by the ambassador of Nicaragua to Jamaica, H.E. David McField.
Heidy Traña, Claudia Noguera and Myriam Blandino took home the trophies as best spiker, best server and best digger, respectively.
Jamaica’s Avaniki Campbell received the recognition as best blocker.
Suriname’s Eleonor Huncel was the best scorer while three other teammates also received awards presented by different members of the NORCECA Control Committee.
Cheryl Brunings was presented with the best setter trophy while Haydee Valies and Farahnaz Levens were best receiver and best libero, respectively.
Read more news from this tournament on NORCECA Women’s Second Round Qualifiers.