SANTA ROSA, Laguna – After debuting the style, Tai Bierria vows to bring more energy to Cignal, who are looking to overcome the obstacle this 2022 Premier League Volleyball Consolidation Conference.
The American opposite offensive player delivered 20 points to lift the undefeatable Cignal via Akari, 20-25, 25-23, 25-18, 25-16, on Saturday at Sta. Rosa Sports Complex.
But expect more from the imported 25-year-old in upcoming matches as she is determined to lead the HD Spikers to the top after they failed in the first two games with consecutive bronze finishes. next.
“I want to bring a lot of energy in the court. I play almost every position. I pass, I block, I serve so expect good things all around but I think the energy and just a good vibe for the team,” said Bierria after getting better than Dominica imported Prisilla Rivera. by Akari, who also scored 20 points.
“That’s what we really needed so that’s what I wanted to bring and with time, a bunch of networks and a bunch of points,” she added.
The 6-foot-1 US NCAA standout, who has played for the University of Memphis and the University of New Mexico, loves the atmosphere in the Philippines and says the HD Spiker is easy to get along with.
“Full of energy from my teammates, the coach, the fans, I love the environment and am ready to get better,” said Bierria, who also played in Finland and France.
“So far, it’s been great. I think we had a rough start in the first week but that is to be expected with a new team. “
“Going to this game, I feel really confident with this team, really confident with the system, really confident with the coach. It was good,” she added.
Cignal started his season-ending campaign impressively, despite the absences of Ria Meneses and Jerrili Malabanan as well as the limited minutes of Rachel Anne Daquis and Ces Molina.
Bierria emphasized that she still has a lot to show for the HD Spikers as she is eagerly working on many things ahead of their next game against the Chery Tiggo Crossovers next Saturday at Philsports Arena.
“More work. There’s still much work to be done. I have to go to the gym and have more time. From my point of view, everything going down in my past is not up to par with me. So going into this next game, we have to be better, I have to be better,” she said.
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