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With the PSL Grand Prix on its final stages of the tournament, let us take a look at the top 5 statistical leaders in the tournament. Stats provided by Vball DB
What went right for the Lady Realtors? What went wrong? Let us take a look at what happend in their PSL Grand Prix season.
With the PSL Grand Prix 2019 on the final stretch of the tournament, the imports are now the vocal piece of the remaining teams aspiration of getting the Grand Prix championship.
With the preliminaries and quarters done, let’s look at the locals that have done well for their respective teams in this edition of the PSL Hot or Not
Petron blazes straight to the semis.
Is it #FearTheGas or #RebuildTheLand?
When the Generika Ayala Lifesavers lost middle blocker Ria Meneses due to a sprained left ankle, its next woman up for them and that is where Marlyn Llagoso was called upon to step-up and perform and perform she did.
F2 cruises past Cignal to gain much needed monentum going to the playoffs
United Volleyball Club locks up the fifth spot going in to the playoffs
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.
The Tornadoes finally won after dropping 11 straight matches.
Who did well? Who’s playing under a spell? Here are the best and the busts for last week’s PSL games.
Clinching a preliminary round sweep keeps the Petron 1-2 import combon atop the rankings.
Coach Shaq Delos Santos’ squad finished the double-round preliminaries by dropping only one set.
MJ Perez locks and loads on her PSL return to spoil Jaja Santiago’s return.
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.
The Shaq Delos Santos-mentored squad is just one win away from a preliminary round sweep.
The Bell and Niemer Show continues to get good ratings in the PSL Grand Prix 2019.
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.
After a challenging first set, the Blaze Spikers never looked back and dominated the rest of the way.