A volleybelle from Guimaras is set to don the blue and gold jersey as she continues to bring her ace game to National University (NU).

Playing as a setter, Camille Lamina decided to play her collegiate career with the Lady Bulldogs following a meeting with NU’s top officials recently.

Before making a name in the national scene, Lamina was playing for Grace Baptist Academy in Buenavista, Guimaras, before joining the Nazareth School of National University Lady Bullpups, a four-time University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) juniors champion.

Being a two-time UAAP best setter, the 19-year-old Guimarasnon also represented the country in the 2019 Association of Southeast Asian Nations School Games girls volleyball event as part of the Lady Bullpups team, where they won a silver medal.

“I am thankful to NU for giving me the opportunity to play in Manila. I was still playing for Grace Baptist Academy (elementary years) when they offered me to play for them,” said Lamina during his interview with Dr. Richard Gabayoyo’s sports program.

Lamina is the fourth Western Visayas-based player joining the NU team. She will play with teammates Bacolodnon middle blocker Gelina Luceno, Ilongga outside hitter Princess Anne Robles, and libero Pearl An Denura.IMT