Tina Salak ends her celebrated career
For good, this time.
Veteran setter Tina Salak has decided to retire, and made it official after the Philippine Super Liga Grand Prix ended.
In an Instagram post, the athlete/Army sergeant from Bacoor, Cavite bids farewell to her decorated volleyball career.
Looking back on her long and colorful journey behind the net, Salak, who started out as middle blocker before being converted into an opposite spiker, was a former Far Eastern University standout and former national team member.
She has a total of three Southeast Asian Games medals, along with UAAP championships, Shakey’s V-League and PSL titles.
Now that the @philippinesuperliga Grand Prix Conference has ended, I want to express my sincerest gratitude to the people who keeps on believing in me. First, Lord, You've been my Strength and my Armor, Thank you for guiding me, for keeping me away from any harm and injuries. I can't Thank you enough, Lord 🙏🏻 To my Family here and abroad, friends, co-coaches, co-athletes, De La Salle Zobel Community, my Director Ace M. Gacutan and my DLSZ players, Army Lady Troopers family & supporters, to Cocolife Asset Management, United Volleyball Club Management, COCOLIFE ASSET MANAGERS Family and to my Pauline Gretel, THANK YOU ❤️❤️❤️ Sorry if Im missing someone but you were all part of my magnificent journey. Again, THANK YOU! 💙💚 See you on the other side (of the court) #7out