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PVF Announces Men's and Women's Lineup

PVF Announces Men’s and Women’s Lineup

| On 17, Oct 2014

The Philippine Volleyball Federation (PVF) announced on Friday the line up for both men’s and women’s volleyball team.

The selected personalities for both squad are dominated from the UAAP schools. They are alumni and current players. Check out the members and their current clubs.

Women’s:

  1. Kim Fajardo – DLSU
  2. Ara Galang – DLSU
  3. Mika Reyes – DLSU
  4. Alyssa Valdez – ADMU
  5. Dennise Lazaro – ADMU
  6. Jaja Santiago – NU
  7. Din Din Santiago – Philippine Army
  8. Rachel Ann Daquis – Philippine Army
  9. Jovelyn Gonzaga – Philippine Army
  10. Mary Jean Balse – Philippine Army
  11. Nerissa Bautista – Philippine Army
  12. Tina Salak – Philippine Army
  13. Aiza Maizo-Pontillas – Cagayan Valley
  14. Jen Reyes – Meralco
  15. Honey Royse Tubino – Cignal HD
  16. Maika Ortiz – Philippine Airforce
  17. Rhea Dimaculangan – Philippine Airforce
  18. Liz Lee Ann Gata-Pantone – PLDT

Men’s

  1. Peter Torres – NU
  2. Ran Abdilla – Philippine Airforce
  3. Marck Espejo – ADMU
  4. Mark GIl Alfalfara – UST
  5. John Vic De Guzman – CSB
  6. Pitrus De Ocampo – Philippine Army
  7. Kheeno Franco – PLDT
  8. Reyson Fuentes – NU
  9. JR Labrador – Philippine Airforce
  10. Jesse Lopez – Philippine Airforce
  11. Jeffrey Malabanan – Philippine Airforce
  12. Vince Mangulabnan – NU
  13. Howard Mojica – Cignal HD
  14. Sandy Domenic Montero – Cignal HD
  15. Raffy Mosuela – Philippine AIrforce
  16. Henry Pecan -PLDT
  17. Jayson Ramos – PLDT
  18. JP Torres – PLDT

The Women’s Volleyball Team’s head coach is DLSU’s Ramil De Jesus with assistance from Ariel dela Cruz and Rico de Guzman while Men’s Team is headed by UST’s Odjie Mamon and assisted by George Pascua and Jasper Jimenez.

The first aim of both teams is to be competitive specially in the incoming Southeast Asian Games 2015 in Singapore. It is noted that the PVF had skipped four consecutive SEA Games.

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