Congratulations to the winner of our MyPhone last November 30! We gave away a phone each game day at the Cuneta Astrodome. We hope you enjoyed this season as much as we did!
“For me, Smart is a dangerous team,” said Branislav, the noted Serbian mentor who guided Foton to the Grand Prix crown in 2015.
“Gyselle Silva is one of the most talented imports in this conference and her team will be playing with nothing to lose. If Silva will play the way she’s playing in their last two or three matches and the locals will support her, then we’ll be in big trouble.”
For Foton, former Most Valuable Player Lindsay Stalzer will be back together with fellow American Ariel Usher to carry the scoring load while prized middle blocker Dindin Manabat will finally reunite with her sister Jaja Santiago after a brief hiatus.
Petron Tri-Activ Spikers acquired high-flying Stephanie Niemer to light up the scoreboard while 6-foot-5 Serena Warner will pilot the defense to fill the void created by the departure of Far Eastern University stars Bernadeth Pons and Remy Palma, who opted to concentrate on their preparation for the UAAP.
Liis speaks English and French and graduated with an MBA in Sustainability, B.A in International Business with a minor in French. She likes listening to House and Electronic Dance Music (EDM) and enjoys Thai food!
Christina is a left-handed spiker from West Palm Beach, Florida, USA. She has a degree in Elementary Education and aspires to be an elementary school teacher. Her favorite verse is Jeremiah 29:11.
“Gumanda ang receive namin, so nase-set namin ng maayos at gumana ang middle hitters namin,” said Vicente, paying special credit to the leadership of Todorovic, who used to play libero in the Division I of US NCAA.
“She is a leader. She is very talkative and passionate. Being a former libero, she’s also very vocal. And she’s who we need, especially when the game is on the line.”