Philippine Volleyball Federation

Philippine Women’s Volleyball Team not participating in the SEA Games 2011 due to poor performance

Posted in Philippine Volleyball Federation, Volleyball News

To fit the P30M budget for the upcoming SEA Games 2011 in Indonesia this November 11-25, the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) had to trim down the delegation for Team Philippines. SEA Games co-deputy Julian Camacho confirmed major cuts have been made in team sports like volleyball, baseball, and futsal.

Due to the win-less performance of our Philippine Women’s Volleyball Team in the recently concluded 12th Asian Women’s Club Volleyball Championship where they placed last at 8th overall, the POC had to cut off the team from participating in the SEA Games 2011.

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2010 PVF National Open Men and Women’s Volleyball Championship

Posted in Philippine Volleyball Federation

From http://pvfkeeptheballflying.wordpress.com/:

The Philippine Volleyball Federation (PVF) will bring back once again the country’s toughest men and women’s volleyball teams to vie for top honors in the 2010 National Open Men and Women’s Volleyball Championship that will officially start on October 09 to 17, 2010 at the Rizal Technological University, Mandaluyong City.

Comprising the list of tough teams participating are Philippine Airforce, Philippine Army, Philippine Navy, Cagayan team, Jewel Club Team, YBR Club team, Far Eastern University, University of Perpetual Help System Dalta and De la Salle University-Manila for Men’s Division. And for Women’s Division, we have the Philippine Airforce, Philippine Army , Philippine Navy, University of the East, Rizal Technological University and the De La Salle University-Manila.

This week-long tournament supported by the Philippine Sports Commission and Mikasa will showcase the volleyball action spectacle not only to promote our beloved sport but to discover talents that can be used for the national teams. For more details, you may call the PVF Office at telephone# 526-8438 for Schedule of Games and updates.

“Let’s Keep the Ball Flying!”

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Dominance and Destiny: A special summary

Posted in Philippine Volleyball Federation, Shakey's V-League, Spikeithard Updates, UAAP Volleyball, Volleyball News

Before we start another page this coming summer of a number of volleyball tournaments, let me first summarize what has transpired the past school year in all volleyball leagues.

Be it UAAP, NCAA, WNCAA, V-League or whichever league there is, the champions this school year were nevertheless the teams who were expected and destined or one whom everyone was predicting to be champions. There were tests in the middle of the way but it’s what made them win and go the extra mile. It is what brought them also to the Promised Land.

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PVF needs 6M to host Asian Girl’s Volleyball Meet

Posted in Philippine Volleyball Federation, Volleyball News

The Philippine Volleyball Federation (PVF) needs around 6 million pesos to host the 7th Asian Girl’s Volleyball on October 11-18, 2008 at the Philsports Arena.

PVF is grateful certain groups and individuals are pouring in their resources to make it possible, even the amount needed is yet to come.

PVF secretary-general Otie Camangian is optimistic the amount needed will be raised just in time the tournament starts, since this is the second time in three years our country will be hosting it.

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7th Asian Girls Volleyball kicks off on October 11-18, 2008

Posted in Philippine Volleyball Federation, Volleyball News

The Philippine Volleyball Federation (PVF) is now busy preparing for the 7th Asian Girls (18 and below) Volleyball tournament on October 11-18, 2008 at the Philsports Arena.

According to the secretary-general Otie Camangian, the selection of players went through the process imposed by the coaching commitee headed by coach Casael (Shaq) Delos Santos for 2 weeks in Rizal Technological University (RTU) gymnasium in Mandaluyong City.

“We are very pleased to announce the final line up of our national women’s team that will represent the country in future events,” Camangian said.

Here are the 19 players of the National Women’s Volleyball squad:

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Getting to know Allen Mendoza of Team Klownz

Posted in Notable Players, Philippine Volleyball Federation, PVF National Open 2008

I was very open on how I enjoyed the recently concluded PVF National Open 2008. Seeing my favorite players was really a pleasurable distraction from the corporate world. UAAP and NCAA standouts, veterans, street volley players and RP Team members graced the event to play the game we all love, volleyball.

Wearing their pink and green uniform, Team Klownz got the attention of volleyball enthusiasts. Backed-up by the popular comedy bar, the team’s popularity rose not because only by it’s name, but as well as its key players who gave their best performances. Among them was former UP-MVT alumnus Allen Mendoza. He is one of the reasons that the team’s debut performance ended on a high note, finishing second, beating the 8 other contenders. With the combination of his technical experience gained from the UAAP and the vast skills he acquired from actively participating in street leagues, Allen was really a force to reckon. Let’s get to know him by this no holds-barred and very free flowing interview.

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National Volleyball Open 2008 photos

Posted in Philippine Volleyball Federation, Photos and Videos, PVF National Open 2008

It was the Philippine Air Force (Men’s Division) and Philippine Army (Women’s Division) who won the 2008 National Volleyball Open championships last July 7, 2008. Here’s some volleyball action photos from Eric:

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Air Force (Men’s) and Army (Women’s) win National Volleyball Open

Posted in Philippine Volleyball Federation, PVF National Open 2008

(UPDATE: Here are some volleyball action photos during the National Volleyball Open 2008 Finals day.)

July 6, 2008 (Sunday) at the Rizal Technological (RTU) gymnasium. The PVF National Open 2008 has ended with a bang. The Philippine Air Force (Men’s) and Philippine Army (Women’s) reigned supreme during the tournament. Along with the afternoon heat was the air of excitement and anticipation of what would happen as the four finalists battle it out for the prestige of being the National Open champions.

Here are the finals game results:

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National Volleyball Open 2008 finals tomorrow!!! (July 6, Sunday)

Posted in Philippine Volleyball Federation, PVF National Open 2008

PVF National Open 2008 Finals
July 6, Sunday
venue: Rizal Technological University (Mandaluyong City)

  • Men’ Battle for Third Place
    9:00AM -Philippine Army vs. Philippine Navy
  • Women’s Battle for Third Place
    11:00AM – RP Youth vs.
  • Women’s Championship
    12:30PM – Philippine Army vs. Philippine Navy
  • Men’s Championship
    2:00PM – Philippine Air Force vs. Klownz

July 5, 2008 (Saturday) – All roads lead to the Rizal Technological University (RTU) gymnasium for us volleyball fanatics as this day determines the teams who will battle it out for the PVF National Open 2008 Championship title tomorrow. There were a total of ten teams for the men’s division and four from the women’s. All teams did their best this but only four made it to the semi-finals. Here’s what happened:

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PVF National Open Volleyball Championship: Game Schedule

Posted in Philippine Volleyball Federation, PVF National Open 2008

Here’s the National Open Volleyball Championship game schedule. This tournament is being organized by the Philippine Volleyball Federation (PVF). Venue will be at the RTU and RMC depending on the dates:

RMC – Rizal Memorial Coliseum (Vito Cruz, Manila)
RTU – Rizal Technological University (Mandaluyong City)

NOTE: The July 4-5 games will still be played in RTU.

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