This week Johnfhil Valdellon looks at the top 5 best women’s setters in the Philippines. Do you agree with his choices or has he missed some obvious picks?
Maria Jose Perez took the official Player of the Week award but who made Jeff Bongar’s top players ranking?
Sta. Lucia Realty will miss injured Marisa Field for the next two weeks. Can the Lady Realtors still turn their fortune around without her?
F2 Logistics continues its dominant run when it posted five consecutive victories to remain as the heaviest contender in the 2017 PSL Grand Prix. And one player should be credited for this amazing run. Who is she?
F2 Logistics extended its winning streak to five with a straight-set demolition of listless Victoria Sports-University of Santo Tomas in the 2017 PSL Grand Prix,
Defending champion Foton showed no mercy when it swept hapless Sta.Lucia side in 2017 PSL Grand Prix.
F2 Logistics tangles with Victoria Sports-UST in the PSL Grand Prix. But for Cargo Movers coach Ramil de Jesus, there’s a special reason why they want to emerge victorious.
Cocolife is making heads turn with its impressive performances. Does it have what it takes to go all the way and win the title?
F2 Logistics kept its perfect record intact when it ripped Generika-Ayala in the 2017 PSL Grand Prix.
Cocolife pulled off a great team effort as it swept Iriga City in the 2017 PSL Grand Prix.
After pulling off a massive four-set conquest of Foton, speculations have it that Petron is now the team to beat in the PSL Grand Prix. But for coach Shaq Delos Santos, the victory doesn’t mean a thing.
Dindin Manabat’s recovery from an ACL injury is reportedly progressing well. Will her possible return rally Foton to claim its third Grand Prix crown?
Petron turned back rival Foton in four sets to take the No.1 spot in the 2017 PSL Grand Prix.
Seasoned mentor Macky Cariño has finally returned home after calling it quits with the College of St. Benilde.
Sta. Lucia Realty finally barged into the win column as it made short work of Victoria Sports-University of Santo Tomas in the 2017 PSL Grand Prix.
A strong cast of imports is in town to spice things up in the PSL Grand Prix. But a merry-go-round of negotiations happened before they formally landed on their respective teams.
As they moved to a 3-0 record F2 Logistics Cargo Movers stars dominate week 3’s rankings. Do they deserve their position?
Cignal is off to a slow start as it dropped two of its first five matches. But for veteran Jovelyn Gonzaga, the problem is not in their individual talent – it’s more on their maturity and consistency as a team.
Foton Tornadoes and F2 Logistics Cargo Movers remain unbeaten but who tops this week’s PSL Grand Prix rankings?
Fireworks are expected to explode when Petron battles Foton for the first time this conference. And Blaze Spikers’ coach Shaq Delos Santos bared that they will launch a full-blown war against their rivals.