A three-time consecutive Women’s volleyball champions of Puerto Rico, Criollas de Caguas, reinforced their roster for the rest of the season with a setter from the NCAA.
Andrea De León, who departed to the United States after finishing high-school in Puerto Rico, is the new player of Caguas. During her collegiate career, De León was a member of Georgia State for two years, before spending two more years at the University of North Alabama.
Young setter came to Puerto Rican Women’s professional league, Liga de Voleibol Superior Femenino, with no previous experience among pros.
Caguas hold leadership in the Puerto Rican national championship with 8-0 and 24 points.
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