Philippine National Volleyball Federation (PNVF) president Ramon “Tats” Suzara expressed disappointment on the decision of volleyball stars led by Alyssa Valdez not to attend the tryouts for the national team for the coming Vietnam Southeast Asian Games and other international contests.
With a cast less than the number expected the National (Indoor) Team try-out for the women pushed through with PNVF President “Tats” Suzara looking over the coaches and players at the Subic Gym. 16 of the expected 40 players invited were present and participated.
Alyssa Valdez and Jaja Santiago, protagonists during their time in the UAAP and soon in the PVL, have been changed by the sport.
The BaliPure Purest Water Defenders has gone through a lot of changes the past give years but the occasional changes have surprisingly left the team undeterred.
Aduke Ogunsanya is one among hundreds of professional volleyball players in the country physically preparing at home in the seemingly endless months.
Desiree Cheng, Dawn Macandili and Aduke Ogunsanya narrated to us how they were recruited by legendary DLSU women’s volleyball Coach Ramil de Jesus and how they have been especially now that there is a resurgence of the outbreak that started a year ago.
Chairman Philip Ella Juico revealed in an interview with Sports Bytes Philippines that the PSL board has started laying down the groundwork for new plans as they alter the course of the organization.
There is perhaps nothing more intriguing than to see F2 Logistics match up with the 2019 PVL open conference champion Creamline Cool Smashers in the coming tournament.
Chery Auto Philippines unveiled its star-studded Chery Tiggo Crossover squad for the Premier Volleyball League, which kicks off on May 2021.
Dindin Santiago-Manabat remains open to enriching her knowledge of the game. The Chery Tiggo Crossovers player feels that this will be an advantage once volleyball action resumes.