| 68 kg.|
| 29 February 1988 (age 27) (1988-02-29) |
University of Santo Tomas
Aiza Maizo-Pontillas Wikipedia
Aiza Maizo-Pontillas (born February 29, 1988) is a Filipina volleyball player for the Philippines women's national volleyball team. She was a former member and team captain of the UST Golden Tigresses. She currently plays as an opposite spiker for the Petron Blaze Spikers.
Pontillas graduated from the University of Santo Tomas with a Bachelor of Science in Food Technology.
Maizo started her collegiate volleyball career as a back-up setter of the UST Golden Tigresses in UAAP Season 68. In Season 69, she transitioned into an Opposite Hitter by Coach August Sta. Maria of UST. UST gets its 12th championship title, her first championship as a player in UAAP. She came back in Season 71 as team captain and led UST into 3rd place and won the Best Attacker award. In Season 72, Maizo and the rest of UST Golden Tigresses defeated De La Salle University and hailed as UAAP Champions, her second championship title in UAAP. Maizo received Best Scorer and Best Receiver awards led UST into finals appearance but ended her collegiate career as runner-up losing to arch-rival De La Salle University in UAAP Season 73.
Maizo was part of the 5 championship titles of UST in Shakey's V-League. She and the UST Golden Tigresses hailed as back to back champions in V-League 4th Season, 1st and 2nd Conference against arch-rivals, San Sebastian College-Recoletos. In V-League 5th Season, 2nd Conference, UST loss to SSC-R in finals, Maizo bagged the Best Server of the season.
She also led the UST Golden Tigresses in back to back to back championships. In V-League 6th Season, 1st Conference, UST won the championship against San Sebastian College-Recoletos and she won the Best Blocker award. UST won the V-League 6th Season, 2nd Conference against Adamson University and she was the first and only player awarded both Conference MVP and Finals MVP. Maizo led the UST into championship in V-League 7th Season, 1st Conference and hailed as Best Attacker and Finals MVP.
In the Shakey's V-League 12th Season Open Conference, Maizo-Pontillas helped Cagayan Valley Lady Rising Suns to reach the third place of the tournament. She later won the Shakey's V-League 12th Season Reinforced Open Conference with PLDT Home Ultera Fast Hitters. She was sidelined from the national team set to compete in the 2015 Southeast Asian Games, but she was later hired as assistant coach for the games. She played the 2016 Philippine Superliga Invitational Cup with Petron Tri-Activ Spikers having won the second place of the tournament and the Best Opposite Spiker individual award. UST Golden Tigresses (2007–2011)
Cagayan Valley Lady Rising Suns (2010-2015)
PLDT Home Ultera Fast Hitters (2015)
Petron Tri-Activ Spikers (2013, 2016–present)
UAAP Season 71 "Best Attacker"
UAAP Season 73 "Best Scorer"
UAAP Season 73 "Best Receiver"
Shakey's V-League Season 5 2nd Conference "Best Server"
Shakey's V-League Season 6 1st Conference "Best Blocker"
Shakey's V-League Season 6 2nd Conference "Final's Most Valuable Player"
Shakey's V-League Season 6 2nd Conference "Season's Most Valuable Player"
Shakey's V-League Season 7 1st Conference "Final's Most Valuable Player"
Shakey's V-League Season 7 1st Conference "Best Attacker"
Shakey's V-League Season 11 Reinforced Open Conference "Finals Most Valuable Player"
Shakey's V-League Season 11 Reinforced Open Conference "Conference Most Valuable Player"
Shakey's V-League Season 11 Reinforced Open Conference "Best Scorer"
2016 Philippine Superliga Invitational Cup "Best Opposite Spiker"
2016 Philippine Superliga Grand Prix "2nd Best Opposite Spiker"
2017 PSL All-Filipino "Most Valuable Player"