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24 teams duke it out come Spikers’ Turf Open Conference



Tiebreaker Times 24 teams duke it out come Spikers' Turf Open Conference ADMU AdU AU DLSU EAC FEU LPU MIT News NU Spikers' Turf SSC-R UPHSD UST Volleyball  VNS Volleyball Club Griffins UST Men's Volleyball Sta. Elena-National University Ball Wreckers San Sebastian Men's Volleyball PNP Defenders PLDT Home Fibr Power Hitters Philippine Navy Sea Lions Philippine Army Troopers Philippine Air Force Jet Spikers Perpetual Men's Volleyball NCBA Wildcats Lyceum Men's Volleyball IEM Volley Masters Easytrip-Raimol EAC Men's Volleyball DLSU Men's Volleyball Cignal HD Spikers CEU Men's Volleyball Ateneo Men's Volleyball Arellano Men's Volleyball Adamson Men's Volleyball 2019 Spikers Turf Season 2019 Spikers Turf Open Conference

Fresh off a successful Reinforced Conference tournament last July, Spikers’ Turf organizer Sports Vision Management Group Inc. will hold its biggest tournament yet on August 20.

A total of 24 teams have confirmed their participation in the 2019 Spikers’ Turf Open Conference.

Last year, the tournament was only composed of 10 teams. This time though, there will be 10 clubs and 14 school-based teams competing for the crown.

Defending champions Go For Gold-Air Force Jet Spikers and newly-minted Reinforced Conference title-holders Cignal HD Spikers will lead the pack, together with clubs PLDT, Philippine Army, Philippine Navy, Philippine Coast Guard, IEM, VNS Volleyball Club, Sta. Elena-NU, and Easytrip-Raimol.

UAAP Season 81 runners-up Far Eastern University, along with the Ateneo de Manila University, University of Sto. Tomas, Adamson University, and De La Salle University also expressed their commitment to the league.

Meanwhile, NCAA squads will also take part in the tournament with the University of Perpetual Help System-Dalta leading the way. Behind them are the Emilio Aguinaldo College, Arellano University, San Sebastian College-Recoletos, Mapua University, and Lyceum of the Philippines University.

Completing the cast are the Philippine National Police, Centro Escolar University, and National College of Business and Arts.

The teams will be divided into four pools consisting of six squads, which will feature a single-round robin. The top two teams per pool will advance to the quarterfinals stage. The top-seeded squads will be armed with a twice-to-bet incentive.

Top-ranked teams from Pool A will be facing teams from Pool C in Group One, while Pool B will be squaring off against Pool D in Group B. Winners from Groups One and Two will play in a best-of-three semifinals series.

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Winners from the semifinals stage will advance to a best-of-three gold medal series, while the losers will figure in the battle for bronze.