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Nickname(s)Amihan Pilipinas (PVF)
AssociationPhilippine Volleyball Federation (PVF), Larong Volleyball sa Pilipinas (LVPI)
ConfederationAVC
Head coachPhilippines
Roger Gorayeb (LVPI)
Philippines Ramil de Jesus (Amihan Pilipinas, PVF)
Philippines
Jerry Yee (Under-17, PVF)
FIVB rankingTemplate:FIVB ranking women (as of August 2015)
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World Championship
Appearances1 (First in 1974)
Best result18th (1974)
Sport/Volleyball/Philippines women's national volleyball team
Medal record
Southeast Asian Games
Gold medal – first place 1977 Kuala Lumpur Team
Gold medal – first place 1979 Jakarta Team
Gold medal – first place 1981 Manila Team
Gold medal – first place 1985 Bangkok Team
Gold medal – first place 1987 Jakarta Team
Gold medal – first place 1993 Singapore Team
Silver medal – second place 1983 Singapore Team
Silver medal – second place 1995 Chiang Mai Team
Silver medal – second place 1997 Jakarta Team
Bronze medal – third place 1989 Kuala Lumpur Team
Bronze medal – third place 1991 Manila Team
Bronze medal – third place 2001 Kuala Lumpur Team
Bronze medal – third place 2003 Hanoi Team
Bronze medal – third place 2005 Manila Team

The Philippine women's national volleyball team is the national volleyball team of the Philippines. The country is ranked 63rd in the world as of 13 October 2014. The Philippines made history when they qualified for the 1974 FIVB Women's Volleyball World Championship.

The Philippines will compete in the volleyball events of the 2015 Southeast Asian Games.

FIVB World Championship[edit]

Rankings[edit]

Rank of Philippines women's volleyball team as of 13 October 2014[1]
Rank Change[a] Team Points Confederation
63 41 Template:Country data HKG 9 AVC
63 38  Philippines align="right"|9 AVC
63 Template:Decrease17  Greece 9 CEV

Attention
Change

Change from previous ranking (Men: July 2014; Women: August 2014).

Results[edit]

The following are the rank of the Philippines women's volleyball team and Philippines women's Under-17 volleyball team on their past tournaments.

Asian Championship[edit]

Asian Volleyball Championship
Year Position
Australia
1975 || colspan=4| Did not participate
Template:Country data HKG 1979 Did not participate
Japan 1983 5th place
China
1987 || colspan=4| Did not participate
Template:Country data HKG 1989 Did not participate
Thailand
1991 || 13th place
China
1993 || 13th place
Thailand
1995 || 8th place
Philippines
1997 || 8th place
Template:Country data HKG 1999 Did not participate
Thailand
2001 || colspan=4| Did not participate
Template:Country data VIE 2003 8th place
China
2005 || 9th place
Thailand
2007 || colspan=4| Did not participate
Template:Country data VIE 2009 Did not participate
Chinese Taipei
2011 || colspan=4| Did not participate
Thailand
2013 || 12th place
China
2015 || TBA
Total

Southeast Asian Games[edit]

Southeast Asian Games
Year Position
Template:Country data MAS 1977 1st place
Template:Country data INA 1979 1st place
Philippines
1981 || 1st place
Template:Country data SIN 1983 3rd place
Thailand
1985 || 1st place
Template:Country data INA 1987 1st place
Template:Country data MAS 1989 3rd place
Philippines
1991 || 3rd place
Template:Country data SIN 1993 1st place
Thailand
1995 || 2nd place
Template:Country data INA 1997 2nd place
Template:Country data BRU 1999 not held
Template:Country data MAS 2001 3rd place
Template:Country data VIE 2003 3rd place
Philippines
2005 || 3rd place
Thailand
2007 || did not participate
Template:Country data LAO 2009 did not participate
Template:Country data INA 2011 did not participate
Template:Country data MYA 2013 did not participate
Template:Country data SIN 2015 participate
Total Top 3 Appearances 14

Squads[edit]

Amihan Pilipinas (PVF)[edit]

On September 2014, the Philippine Volleyball Federation (PVF) held tryouts for the national women's and men's volleyball teams. On October 2014, the PVF announced the names of the eighteen players chosen to comprise the national training pool (known as Amihan Pilipinas).[2] From the pool, 14 will be selected (12 main players and 2 reserve players) to compose the final team. Amihan Pilipinas and its male counterpart, Bagwis Pilipinas, are sponsored by the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company. The team was set to represent the Philippines in international events of 2015, until a power struggle ensued resulting in the PVF losing its accreditation from the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) and the FIVB as the national sports federation for volleyball.[3][4]

Amihan Pilipinas (PVF)
No. Player Ht. College Club Position
-- Philippines
Mary Jean Balse || 5'11" || UST || Philippine Army Lady Troopers || Middle Blocker
-- Philippines
Nerissa Bautista || 5'10" || San Agustin || Philippine Army Lady Troopers || Outside Hitter
-- Philippines
Rachel Anne Daquis  || 5'10" || FEU || Philippine Army Lady Troopers
Petron Blaze Spikers || Outside Hitter
-- Philippines
Rhea Dimaculangan || 5'7" || UST || - || Setter
-- Philippines
Kim Fajardo || 5'8" || DLSU || -- || Setter
-- Philippines
Mika Aereen Reyes || 5'11" || DLSU || -- || Middle Blocker
-- Philippines
Victonara Galang || 5'9" || DLSU || -- || Outside Hitter
-- Philippines
Jovelyn Gonzaga || 5'9" || CPU || Philippine Army Lady Troopers || Outside Hitter
-- Philippines
Maika Ortiz || 5'10" || UST || - || Middle Blocker
-- Philippines
Lizlee Ann Gata-Pantone || 5'6" || Adamson || PLDT Home Ultera Ultra Fast Hitters || Libero
-- Philippines
Dennise Michelle Lazaro || 5'5" || ADMU || PLDT Home Ultera Ultra Fast Hitters || Libero
-- Philippines
Jennylyn Reyes || 5'2" || NU || Petron Blaze Spikers
Meralco Power Spikers || Libero
-- Philippines
Cristina Salak || 5'11" || FEU || Philippine Army Lady Troopers || Setter
-- Philippines
Aleona Denise Santiago || 6'2" || NU || Petron Blaze Spikers
Philippine Army Lady Troopers || Middle Blocker / Outside Hitter
-- Philippines
Alyja Daphne Santiago || 6'5" || NU || PLDT Home Ultera Ultra Fast Hitters || Middle Blocker
-- Philippines
Honey Royse Tubino || 5'10" || UPHSD || Cignal HD Spikers
Philippine Army Lady Troopers || Outside Hitter / Middle Blocker
-- Philippines
Alyssa Valdez || 5'9" || ADMU || PLDT Home Ultera Ultra Fast Hitters || Outside Hitter
-- Philippines
Aiza Maizo-Pontillas || 5'10" || UST || Cagayan Valley Lady Rising Suns || Opposite Hitter

Coaching staff

  • Head Coach: Ramil de Jesus
  • Assistant Coach(s):

Team Staff

  • Team Manager:
  • Team Utility:

Medical Staff

  • Team Physician:
  • Physical Therapist:

2015 Asian Women's Championship[edit]

A selection from the Philippine Superliga (PSL) will represent the Philippines in the 2015 Asian Women's Volleyball Championship which will be held in Beijing and Tianjin, China from May 20 to 28, 2015. The Philippines, which placed 12th out of 16 competitors in the previous tournament (2013), is bracketed in Group D together with Kazakhstan, South Korea and Australia. The top three teams in this tournament will participate in World Olympic Qualification Tournament[5] in May 2016.[6][7][8]

Philippines (18th Asian Women's Championship) - PSL selection - LVPI
No. Player Ht. College Club (PSL) Position
Ma. Shaya Adorador Template:Height UE Philips Gold Lady Slammers
Carmina Aganon Template:Height NU Petron Blaze Spikers
Ma. Lourdes Clemente Template:Height UPHSD Cignal HD Spikers
Angelique Dionela Template:Height UPHSD Cignal HD Spikers
Kim Kianna Dy Template:Height DLSU Shopinas.com Lady Clickers
Rica Jane Enclona Template:Height CSB Cignal HD Spikers
Melissa Gohing Template:Height DLSU Philips Gold Lady Slammers
Michele Gumabao Template:Height DLSU Philips Gold Lady Slammers
Aleona Denise Santiago-Manabat Template:Height NU Petron Blaze Spikers
Abigail Maraño Template:Height DLSU Petron Blaze Spikers
Mary Grace Masangkay Template:Height UE Petron Blaze Spikers
Frances Xinia Molina Template:Height San Beda Petron Blaze Spikers
Jannine Navarro Template:Height CSB Cignal HD Spikers
Myla Pablo Template:Height NU Philips Gold Lady Slammers
Jeanette Panaga Template:Height CSB Cignal HD Spikers
Ivy Perez Template:Height NU Petron Blaze Spikers
Ma. Abigail Praca Template:Height USJ-R Mane 'n Tail Lady Stallions
Iris Tolenada Template:Height San Francisco State Philips Gold Lady Slammers

Coaching staff

  • Head Coach:
    Sinfronio Acaylar (CIG)
  • Assistant Coach(s):
    Francis Vicente (PHG)
    Rosemarie Prochina (MNT)
    Benson Bocboc (SHOP)

Team Staff

  • Team Manager:
  • Team Utility:

Medical Staff

  • Team Physician:
  • Physical Therapist:

2015 Southeast Asian Games[edit]

In April 15, 2015, Larong Volleyball sa Pilipinas (LVPI) released a provisional list[9][10] of the names for the team that will compete in the 2015 Southeast Asian Games (SEA Games) which will be held in Singapore from June 5 to 16, 2015. LVPI president Joey Romasanta, however, made it clear the list is still subject to change as it was made to merely comply with the submission of the entry-by-name list imposed by SEA Games organizers. Romasanta also said some of the players have yet to attend practices, most notably those associated with the Amihan group of the Philippine Volleyball Federation (PVF), the former governing body for volleyball which has since been stripped of recognition both by the POC and the AVC.

Philippines (28th Southeast Asian Games) - LVPI
No. Player Ht. College Club (SVL) Position
-- Philippines
Rachel Anne Daquis  || 5'10" || FEU || Philippine Army Lady Troopers ||
-- Philippines
Rhea Dimaculangan || 5'7" || UST || - || 
-- Philippines
Jovelyn Gonzaga || 5'9" || CPU || Philippine Army Lady Troopers || 
-- Philippines
Dennise Michelle Lazaro || 5'5"  || ADMU ||  PLDT Home Ultera Ultra Fast Hitters || 
-- Philippines
Aleona Denise Santiago-Manabat  || Template:Height || NU || Philippine Army Lady Troopers ||
-- Philippines
Abigail Maraño || Template:Height ||DLSU || Meralco Power Spikers ||
-- Philippines
Julia Melissa Morado || 5'7"  || ADMU ||   || 
-- Philippines
Maika Ortiz || 5'10" || UST ||  ||
-- Philippines
Aiza Maizo-Pontillas || 5'10"   ||  UST  || Cagayan Valley Lady Rising Suns || 
-- Philippines
Alyja Daphne Santiago || 6'5" || NU || PLDT Home Ultera Ultra Fast Hitters ||
-- Philippines
Gretchel Soltones || 5'7-1/2" || SSC-R || PLDT Home Ultera Ultra Fast Hitters  || 
-- Philippines
Alyssa Valdez || 5'9" || ADMU || PLDT Home Ultera Ultra Fast Hitters || 

Coaching staff

  • Head Coach: Roger Gorayeb
  • Assistant Coach(s):

Team Staff

  • Team Manager:
  • Team Utility:

Medical Staff

  • Team Physician:
  • Physical Therapist:

Previous squads[edit]

  • 2013 Asian Women's Volleyball Championship
    • (1) Aiza Pontillas, (2) Angeli Tabaquero C, (3) Angelique Beatrice Dionela L, (4) Ariane Argarin, (5) Rosemarie Vargas, (6) May Jennifer Macatuno, (7) Wenneth Eulalio, (10) Maria Paulina Soriano, (11) Venus Bernal, (12) Analyn Joy Benito, (13) Sandra delos Santos, (14) Lizlee Ann Pantone, (15) Honey Royse Tubino, (16) Danika Yolanda Gendrauli, (17) Relea Ferina Saet, (18) Michelle Pauline Datuin, (19) Angela Benting, (20) Faye Janelle Guevara
    • Head Coach: Ernesto Pamilar  PHI


    • Assistant Coach: Edjet Mabayad  PHI


  • 2006 FIVB Women's World Championship AVC Qualification
    • (1) Rubie De Leon, (3) Ruby May Rovira, (4) Marietta Carolino, (6) Johanna Carpio, (7) Cristina Salak, C (8) Roxanne Pimentel, (9) Michelle Carolino, (10) Maureen Penetrante, (11) Cherry Rose Macatangay, (12) Patricia Siatan, (14) Monica Aleta, L (16) Shermain Miles Penano.
    • Head Coach: Ramil De Jesus  PHI
    • Assistant Coach: Ronald Dulay  PHI


  • 1983 Singapore SEA Games
    • Lita Dela Cruz, Grace R. Antigua, Julie Dela Cruz, Thelma Barrina, Josefina Paulita, Josefin Maranga, Ma. Lourdes Jao, Violeta Rastullo, Noraida Lorosa, Arlene Apostal, Ofelia Tamonan, Lynette Amancio

Youth teams[edit]

Under 23[edit]

The Philippine women's national Under-23 volleyball team represents the country in junior women's Under-23 volleyball tournaments. The team, under the aegis of Larong Volleyball sa Pilipinas (LVPI), is coached by Roger Gorayeb and team consultant Anusorn "Tai" Bundit of Thailand. The following lineup is set to compete at the 2015 Asian U23 Women’s Volleyball Championship to be hosted by the Philippines.[11][12]

Philippines (U23 National Volleyball Team) - LVPI
No. Player Ht. College Club (SVL) Position
-- Philippines
Alyssa Eroa ||   || SSC-R ||   ||  
-- Philippines
Kim Fajardo || 5'8" || DLSU ||   || 
-- Philippines
Elaine Kasilag || 5'11  || UPHSL || PLDT Home Ultera Ultra Fast Hitters  || 
-- Philippines
Ennajie Laure || 5'9" || UST ||   || 
-- Philippines
Isabel Beatriz de Leon || 5'11"  || ADMU ||   ||  
-- Philippines
Aleona Denise Santiago-Manabat || 6'1" || NU || Philippine Army Lady Troopers  || 
-- Philippines
Marivic Meneses || 6'1" || UST || Cagayan Valley Lady Rising Suns  || 
-- Philippines
Julia Melissa Morado || 5'7"  || ADMU ||   || 
-- Philippines
Myla Pablo || 5'8-1/2"  || NU ||  || 
-- Philippines
Alyja Daphne Santiago || 6'6" || NU || PLDT Home Ultera Ultra Fast Hitters  || 
-- Philippines
Gretchel Soltones || 5'7-1/2" || SSC-R || PLDT Home Ultera Ultra Fast Hitters  || 
-- Philippines
Alyssa Valdez || 5'9" || ADMU || PLDT Home Ultera Ultra Fast Hitters ||  

Coaching staff

  • Head Coach: Roger Gorayeb
  • Assistant Coach(s):

Team Staff

  • Team Manager:
  • Team Utility:

Medical Staff

  • Team Physician:
  • Physical Therapist:

Under 17[edit]

In 2014, the Under-17 team finished 7th among 13 teams in the 2014 Asian Youth Girls Volleyball Championship. It defeated Australia and India while losing to China in straight sets in the Group C stage. In the Qualifying Round, it lost to Thailand while winning against New Zealand in 4 sets. In the Quarterfinals, it lost to South Korea. In the 5th–8th place playoffs, it lost to Kazakhstan in 5 sets. In the 7th place game, it won against New Zealand again.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. "FIVB Senior World Ranking – Women – As per 13 October, 2014". FIVB.
  2. https://ph.sports.yahoo.com/news/ph-women-s-volleyball-team-to-2015-sea-games-named-064642152.html
  3. http://www.tribune.net.ph/sports/poc-nixes-recognition-of-pvf-volley-team
  4. http://fastbreak.com.ph/post/end-of-the-road
  5. "AVC Board approves latest updates on 2014 and 2015 competitions". AVC. Retrieved 29 April 2014.
  6. http://philippinesuperliga.com/wp/2015/04/3147/
  7. http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/sports/04/14/15/psl-stars-lead-ph-team-asian-seniors-tilt
  8. http://manilastandardtoday.com/2015/04/15/ph-volley-team-boasts-of-powerhouse-roster/
  9. http://www.spin.ph/volleyball/news/philippine-womens-volleyball-team-thailand-volleyball-sea-games-bracket-vietnam-indonesia
  10. http://sports.abs-cbn.com/news/valdez-being-considered-philippine-flag-bearer-sea
  11. "Ceasefire sa volleyball issue para makabuo ng U23 Phl team" (in Filipino). Pang-Masa. 20 December 2014. Retrieved 21 December 2014.
  12. http://rivals.ph/volleyball/national-team/2015/04/14/31288/roger-gorayeb-releases-provisional-lineup-for-asian-u23-championships/

External links[edit]

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