Baron is the second big name player that PLDT has picked up for the coming PVL season. She joins setter Kim Fajardo on the team.
I confess that I always explode in joy whenever my favorite team in the ongoing Premier Volleyball League (PVL) All Filipino Conference register a bombastic victory.
The single round eliminations phase of the Premier Volleyball League Invitational Conference comes down to an expected wild finish on Tuesday, July 18, with four teams knocking each other out for the two semifinal berths, and the other seeking to formalize its advance against a squad going all-out to stall its drive.
Creamline moved on the cusp of a fifth consecutive Premier Volleyball League All-Filipino finals appearance after fending off F2 Logistics, 26-24, 25-18, 22-25, 25-15 in Game One of the semis in front of a jampacked Philsports Arena on Saturday, Mar. 18.
Aduke Ogunsanya is one among hundreds of professional volleyball players in the country physically preparing at home in the seemingly endless months.
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.