USK skip­per to giver her all in team’s Na­tional Prisaa stint


TEAM skip­per Deb­bie Mae Gam­boa will put ev­ery­thing on the line in what could be her last dance as she looks to lead the Uni­ver­sity of San Car­los (USC) Lady War­riors in the women's volleyball tour­na­ment of the Pri­vate Schools Ath­let­ics As­so­ci­a­tion (Prisaa) na­tion­als, which will get un­der­way this Satur­day in Iba, Zam­bales.

The 20-year-old Gam­boa, who re­ceived her de­gree in Busi­ness Mar­ket­ing just this month, still has a year of play­ing time left in the Ce­safi. But she has yet to make a de­ci­sion on whether she will don the War­riors jer­sey next sea­son.

The Dalaguete, Cebu na­tive has made it known that she will come up with a de­ci­sion after the Prisaa. Be­fore that, she is set­ting her sights on help­ing the War­riors in the Prisaa in any way as pos­si­ble.

“My goal is to play what my heart and mind will tell me to do. I will do ev­ery­thing that is pos­si­ble for the team. In God's plan and guid­ance, it will hap­pen soon,” Gam­boa said. “Ev­ery team wants to win the ti­tle that's why we hope we can do our best to pay our coaches and our­selves for the hard work that we put into this,” she added.

Aside from Gam­boa, the Lady War­riors are com­prised of Nemy Rose Pan­gan, Hove Dela Silva, Marie Mala­gar, Mary Jane Igao, Sheila Ric­ahuerta, Christa Gonzales, Cris Jezza Es­tose, Rhea Fuentes, Jas­min Uy, Celine Mon­sod and their two im­ports from the Uni­ver­sity of South­ern Philip­pines in Richa Va­lerie Tan­geres and Gladeis Gapol.

The two play­ers from USPF are al­ready in Zam­bales while the rest of the Lady War­riors will be leav­ing tonight for Zam­bales.

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