As the 2022 Premier Volleyball League Reinforced Conference came to a close on Tuesday night, Kalei Mau was relieved to see the’real’ F2 Logistics on the court.
The Cargo Movers, eliminated from the Final Four race following a surprising defeat to Akari last week, finished their season with a 25-16, 25-22, 27-25 victory against the Petro Gazz at the Philsports Arena.
Six of F2 Logistics’ last eight points in the third set came from the 6-foot-2 Filipino-American spiker, who finished with 20 points on 19 attacks.
Mau said that the team’s strategy shift was the deciding factor in the game.
The squad you’re referring to is the one I’m familiar with. After the game, Mau told the press, “This is the team I’ve been playing with for the last three and a half years.”
Our strategy was to try our best and support each other, and I believe it made all the difference. That’s precisely what I believe we achieved today, and it’s something for which I’m quite pleased of our team, she said.
After missing a few games this conference due to various ailments, Mau has said that she would be devoting the winter to working on her fitness.
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Mau, whose parents were in attendance, stated, “Get healthy this offseason just like every other offseason, this one I need push it a little extra harder.”
I was unable to give my all during the conference because of the many injuries I suffered. And as bad as it is right now, I have no choice but to focus on getting well via therapy and rehabilitation if I want to make a full recovery and return to normalcy.
Due to missing two of the previous three PVL conferences, the Cargo Movers finished the season tied for fourth in the standings with a 4-4 record.