Kyla Atienza continues to dazzle in the international volleyball scene. The sensational libero brought her impressive skills at defending her side’s back row to emerge as the Best Libero of the ASEAN Grand Prix that ended on Sunday with the Philippines missing the podium for the first time in three editions of the regional volleyball tournament.
Playing a crucial match that could alter Philippine volleyball record books, Tots Carlos delivered for the Philippine women’s national volleyball team. The PVL Invitational MVP scattered 26 points as the Creamline Cool Smashers-powered nationals repulsed Australia in a grueling five-set thriller on Sunday at the PhilSports Arena in Pasig City to pace themselves for a historic finish at the AVC Cup for Women 2022.
The Philippine women’s national volleyball team did its best to challenge world no. 14 Thailand in the quarterfinals of the AVC Cup for Women 2022 last Saturday inside a jampacked PhilSports Arena in Pasig City, but ultimately fell in four sets.
Up two sets to none against Iran during their pool phase match on Wednesday in the AVC Cup for Women 2022, the Philippine women’s national volleyball team looked to be in a good position to sweep the contest.
As they say, games are never played on paper. Coming into the game against China, the defending AVC Cup for Women champions, the Philippines was obviously pened as overwhelming underdogs.
One of the interesting storylines for the Philippine women’s national volleyball team at the AVC Cup for Women 2022 is how seamlessly Tots Carlos was able to adjust to the open hitter position.
Nakhon Ratchasima QminC VC ousted Rebisco in dominant fashion, sweeping the Filipino side, 25-11, 25-19, and 25-18 on Monday in the quarter-finals of the 2021 AVC Asian Women’s Volleyball Club Championship in Thailand.
A full-strength Team Rebisco roster wasn’t enough as Iranian club Saipa Tehran repulsed the Philippines in four sets in the 2021 AVC Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship on Sunday in Thailand.
The losing streak continued for Philippine teams as Rebisco was dominated by Thai powerhouse club Supreme Chonburi, 3-0 in the 2021 AVC Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship on Saturday in Thailand.
Team Choco Mucho-Philippines fell to its second defeat after a straight sets setback at the hands of Kazakhstan powerhouse club VC Zhetysu on Saturday in the 2021 AVC Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship in Thailand.