F2 Logistics also signed former NCAA MVP Shola Alvarez, a former Jose Rizal University stalwart who spent the last three years with PLDT.
“Let diversity strengthen this family. Welcome to a team called F2 Family!” the Cargo Movers wrote in welcoming the pair.
Gervacio is making a comeback in the indoor scene after she decided to focus on beach volleyball for the past two years.
A bronze medalist in the 30th Southeast Asian games where she teamed up with Dij Rodriguez, Bernadeth Pons and Sisi Rondina, Gervacio last played for the Perlas Spikers in the 2019 PVL season before making the switch to beach volleyball.
The 30-year-old opposite hitter is teaming up with De Jesus, middle blocker Aby Marano, outside hitter Ara Galang and setter Kim Fajardo for the first time since facing La Salle in back-to-back UAAP Finals in 2012 and 2013, where the Lady Spikers completed their ‘three-peat.'
Gervacio and Alvarez are set to beef up F2 Logistics wing spikers’ rotation since Kalei Mau will likely miss the first conference of the PVL in February due to her commitment in the Athletes Unlimited Volleyball League, which opens in the US in March.
F2 Logistics missed its PVL debut last year in Ilocos Norte due to injuries to several players. The multi-titled club returned to action in the week-long Philippine National Volleyball Federation Champions League last November in Lipa, sweeping its way to the inaugural crown.
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