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What went wrong for the Tornadoes? What went right? Let us take a look at what happend in their PSL Grand Prix season.
F2 clinches the semifinals seat heading to the break with a win over Foton Tornadoes
Is it #WeMoveTogether or #BlueEnergy that will move on?
While much work is left to be done, Jaja Santiago hopes to impart to the Foton Tornadoes the lessons she learned from the Japanese V.League.
Who did well? Who’s playing under a spell? Here are the best and the busts for last week’s PSL games.
Watch this PSL Grand Prix 2019 second round match between the F2 Logistics Cargo Movers and the Foton Tornadoes. Broadcast starts today (March 30) at 4 pm.
Fresh from her stint in the Japanese V.League, Jaja Santiago will don the Foton Tornadoes uniform once again as they face the F2 Logistics Cargo Movers.
As the PSL Grand Prix 2019 heads into the playoffs, players from teams jockeying for twice-to-beat spots are bringing their game to a higher level.
Of all the imports that have yet to return to the Philippine Superliga, here are the ones that we’d like to grace the PSL Grand Prix again.
The Ageo Medics middle blocker turned in her best performance to close her professional volleyball experience in Japan.
Of the 16 imports playing in the PSL right now, these six have stamped their class.
Watch the PSL Grand Prix 2019 second preliminary round match between the PLDT Home Fibr Power Hitters and the Foton Tornadoes Blue Energy by clicking above.
Still undefeated and dropping only one set in the PSL Grand Prix so far.
The longest-tenured player of the Petron Blaze Spikers talks about her early days with the squad, leadership, and their dynamic import duo.
With an unblemished 7-0 record, Stephanie Niemer and Katherine Bell are still number one and two among imports.
Hoping to turn things around, the two-time PSL Grand Prix champions are making major changes to their roster.
The team dropped its second straight game in the V.League Women’s Division 1 Final Eight.
The 22-woman Philippine Senior Women’s National Team training pool has been announced today at the Joy-Nostalg Center in Ortigas Center, Pasig City.
Santiago scored in double digits despite the losing effort.