Foton plunged into the looming arms race in the PSL by recruiting a Serbian libero. Will this move help the Tornadoes defend their crown?
After a gruesome knee injury, Dindin Manabat is on track to make a return for Foton for the PSL Grand Prix. Can she lead the Tornadoes to another title?
Contrary to previous reports, it was Foton that became the first squad to fly in its import for the PSL Grand Prix. Will the Tornadoes conquer their third straight Grand Prix title?
Jaja Santiago earned another admirer in Okayama Seagulls coach Akiyoshi Kawamoto. But the question is: Is she willing to stay in Japan for at least three months of training?
Cignal still remains upbeat despite settling for bronze medal. And for its coach, George Pascua, losing the title makes them stronger, better for the conference ahead.
After clobbering Foton in the preliminaries, Petron eyes a repeat win over Foton in the knockout semifinals of the PSL.
Fireworks are expected to light up when Foton and Petron clash in a sudden-death semifinal showdown. But it appears that there’s something more than a semifinal seat between these two proud clubs.
Foton’s chances of winning the crown appear gloomy against the elite teams in the league. But there’s one man whose faith never wavers: Moro Branislav.
Fed up with the sloppy attendance, LVPI insiders revealed that the federation is looking to add more players in the 14-woman roster. Who are the potential candidates?
Moro Branislav is said to be on his way to the national team. Will he be an asset to the Nationals now that they are about to enter the crucial stretch of their preparation?
After a season marred by frustration, NU is building up for the UAAP next year. Will the jewel on its crown, Jaja Santiago, return for her final playing year?
Foton was way far from its usual self in its battle with Generika-Ayala. But something happened, prompting it to book one of the league’s greatest escape.
After a series of major blows, Foton appeared to have lost its heart. But a mentor from Serbia rushed to the rescue, providing a ray of sunshine to the Tornadoes’ gloomy outlook.
Jaja Santiago pulled off a shocker when she dropped 35 points on Generika-Ayala. But her work is not yet done.
Foton has a new trainer by the name of Dindin Manabat. Will her new role help her in her recovery, enabling her to come back stronger, even better, than before?
Moro Branislav may be one of the country’s strictest and most disciplinarian mentors, but a very young team caught his attention and turned him into a believer.
After a dominant performance last year, Foton sees its strength reduced with the departure of some quality pieces. Can they convert this setback into a motivation that will lead to victory?
With depleted Foton opting out, PSL assembled a solid team for the Asian club tourney. Will the exposure help them prepare for other major tournaments ahead?
Nothing has been heard from Foton with only two weeks left before the Asian Women’s Club Championship in Kazakhstan. Now, the question is: Will these Tornadoes still take the Asian battle by storm?
CJ Rosario moved to Foton with massive pressure. Will she live above the Tornadoes’ expectations?