The national men’s volleyball team dropped its first game in the 29th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games.
Japan made sure that dethroning China was all worth it when it ran away with the 19th Asian Senior Women’s Championship crown against the mighty Thailand.
The Philippines didn’t just roll over and die.
After the win against Vietnam and the performance against Thailand it was a disappointing straight set loss for the Nationals.
AFTER five days of action-packed volleyball, only two teams remained perfect — South Korea and Japan — in the Asian Senior Women Championship.
Korean volleyball superstar, Kim Yeon-koung saw limited action in the Asian Seniors. Will she get fielded against the Nationals?
Before plunging into the action-packed playoffs among the 19th Asian Senior Women’s Championship Top 8 teams, let us take a quick look at the stunning faces that represent the continent.
Pocari Sweat ace hitter Myla Pablo emerged as the MVP after leading the Lady Warriors to the Finals of the PVL Open Conference.
The Philippine women’s volleyball team absorbed first loss with Kazakhstan in the 19th AVC Asian Senior Women’s Championship.
A human Philippine flag captured the attention of thousands of spectators when the National Team crushed Hong Kong in the opening of the AVC. What is the story behind this class act?
Cheering from the sidelines is the best that Alyssa Valdez can do after Creamline opted to sit her out for the rest of the Premier Volleyball League.
Creamline nailed a five-set conquest of the dangerous Bali Pure even without top hitter Alyssa Valdez. Can it sustain momentum and achieve a Finals berth?
LVPI raised the bar following the promising build-up in Japan for the AVC Women’s Champs and the 29th SEA Games. Can the Nationals reach the goal?
The room assignment during the 17-day training camp in Japan helped Mika Reyes draw inspiration from her roommate — assistant coach Nene Ybanez-Chavez.
After 12 days abroad, the Philippine men’s team encountered the biggest challenge of their journey as it aims for a podium finish in the 29th SEA Games.
The Philippine men’s volleyball team fashioned brotherhood when it decided to complete its 13-day training camp in Suwon, South Korea with injured teammate Greg Dolor.
After careful a deliberation, Philippine men’s volleyball team head coach Sammy Acaylar named another player from Far Eastern University as a replacement for injured Greg Dolor.
After sustaining a fractured pinky, former Far Eastern University stalwart Greg Dolor will no longer don the national colors in the 29th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games this August in Kuala Lumpur.
Philippine men’s volleyball team middle hitter Greg Dolor would have to cut his Korean trip short after sustaining an open wound, fractured left pinky during a blocking drill. Will he still make it to the SEA Games?
Despite ranking second in the MVP race, Pocari Sweat’s Myla Pablo was quick to dismiss the MVP talk. Now the question is – what’s her goal and how will she achieve it?