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Kelvin dela Peña Jersey No. 8 Position Point Guard Current Team Alaska Aces Personal Info Country  Philippines Birth January 19, 1984 (1984-01-19) (age 26) Manila, Philippines Height 6 ft. 1 in. Weight 180 lbs. College Mapúa Institute of Technology Career Highlights Draft 15th overall, 2008 by Alaska Aces Pro Career 2008 – present Awards Received * 2005 NCAA Rookie of the Year 2007 NCAA Most Valuable Player 2007 NCAA Mythical First Team Kelvin dela Peña (born January 19, 1984 Manila, Philippines) is a Filipino professional basketball athlete in the Philippine Basketball Association for the Alaska Aces. dela Peña was raised in Alberta, Canada where he began his basketball career and suited up for the Mount Royal University Cougars. He was named in the All-Canadian team at age 17 but decided to pursue his passion and aimed to make his love for the game a career as a professional basketball athlete in the Philippines at age 20. Dela Peña is the youngest son of Susan Chicote-dela Peña and of former Mapuan / San Miguel PBA athlete Ricardo dela Peña, and brother to Richard dela Peña, who also has an accomplished background in basketball. As a college athlete in the Philippines, Kelvin played four seasons with the NCAA's Mapúa Institute of Technology team, Philippine Basketball League and was a member of the RP team. References Mapua.edu.ph Preceded by Gabby Espinas NCAA Seniors' Basketball Rookie of the Year 2005 Succeeded by Sam Ekwe Preceded by Sam Ekwe NCAA Seniors' Basketball Most Valuable Player 2007 Succeeded by Sam Ekwe v • d • e Alaska Aces current roster 1 Eman | 3 Baguio | 5 Tenorio | 7 Thoss | 8 dela Peña | 9 Espiritu | 10 Borboran | 11 Robinson | 13 Custodio | 21 Hugnatan | 24 Cablay | 30 Sotto | 35 dela Cruz | 38 Devance | 63 Burtscher | Coach Cone v • d • e Alaska Aces 2010 PBA Fiesta Conference Champions 1 Eman | 3 Baguio (Co-Finals MVP) | 5 Tenorio (Co-Finals MVP) | 7 Thoss | 8 dela Peña | 10 Borboran | 11 Robinson | 12 Fonacier | 21 Hugnatan | 22 Cariaso | 24 Cablay | 30 Sotto | 34 Simpson (import) | 35 dela Cruz | 38 Devance | 63 Burtscher | Coach Cone Persondata Name Dela Pena, Kelvin Alternative names Short description Date of birth January 19, 1984 Place of birth Manila, Philippines Date of death Place of death This biographical article related to Canadian sports is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e