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Philippines women's national volleyball team

Philippines
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Association PVF
Confederation AVC
Head coach Ramil De Jesus (Seniors)
Jerry Yee (Under-17)
FIVB ranking 63 (as of September 2014)
World Championship
Appearances 1 (First in 1974)
Best result 18th (1974)
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Philippines women's national volleyball team
Medal record
Southeast Asian Games
Gold 1977 Kuala Lumpur Team
Gold 1979 Jakarta Team
Gold 1981 Manila Team
Gold 1985 Bangkok Team
Gold 1987 Jakarta Team
Gold 1993 Singapore Team
Silver 1983 Singapore Team
Silver 1995 Chiang Mai Team
Silver 1997 Jakarta Team
Bronze 1989 Kuala Lumpur Team
Bronze 1991 Manila Team
Bronze 2001 Kuala Lumpur Team
Bronze 2003 Hanoi Team
Bronze 2005 Manila Team

The Philippine women's national volleyball team is the national volleyball team of the Philippines.The team was rank 63 in the world.The Philippines make history when they qualify on the 1974 FIVB Women's Volleyball World Championship.The Philippines will compete on the volleyball events of the 2015 Southeast Asian Games.The team up by 38 places on the FIVB Women's World Rankings. In 2014,The Under-17 team finished 7th among 13 team.They defeat Australia and India while they loss to China in straight sets in the group stage. In the Qualifying Round, they lost to Thailand while they win against New Zealand in 4 sets. In Quarter-finals they loss to South Korea. In 5th-8th places, they loss to Kazakhstan in 5 sets. In the 7th place game, they win against New Zealand again.

FIVB World Championship

Rankings

^[a] Change from previous ranking (Men: July 2014; Women: August 2014).

Results

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

Squads

The following are the 18 athletes choosen to be in the Philippine squad.

  • Coach: Ramil De Jesus  PHI

Previous squads

  • 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
  • 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 Barina, Josefina Paulita, Josefin Maranga, Ma Lourdes Jao, Violeta Rastullo, noraida Lorosa, Arlene Apostal, Ofelia Tamonan, Lynette Amancio

See also

References

  1. ^ "FIVB Senior World Ranking - Women – As per 13 October, 2014". FIVB. 

External links

  • PH spikers vow to go all out in Asian championships
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