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    Friday, March 6, 2015

    U-23 Philippine Women's Team Line-up / Roster for the Asian Under-23 Women’s Volleyball Championship in Manila: Ateneo Players Included in The List!





    Ateneo's Alyssa Valdez headlines the line-up of the Philippine Women's Volleyball U-23 team that will compete in the Asian Under-23 Women’s Volleyball Championship in Manila from May 1-9 in Cuneta Astrodome, Philsports Arena and MOA Arena. Valdez will be joined by her teammates Bea de Leon and Jia Morado. For the other players included in the list, you might want to take a look at it below.

    1. Alyssa Valdez
    2. Bea de Leon
    3. Jia Morado
    4. Dindin Santiago
    5. Tin Agno
    6. Jaja Santiago
    7. Alyssa Eroa (San Sebastian)
    8. Ara Galang (Invited but not yet confirmed if she will join the team)
    9. Mika Reyes (Invited but not yet confirmed if she will join the team)
    10. Kim Fajardo (Invited but not yet confirmed if she will join the team)

    Other players who will complete the team will be selected from the 20 training players from the Shakey's V-League, NCAA, PSL, and UAAP. The coaches of the team will be NU's Coach Roger Gorayeb and Perpetual's Sammy Acaylar.


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