Fille Cainglet

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Fille Saint Merced Nombres Cainglet-Cayetano
Personal information
Nationality Philippines Filipino
Born (1990-01-30) January 30, 1990 (age 25)
Hometown Bacolod, Negros Occidental, Philippines
Height 5' 5"
Weight 130 lbs.
College(s) Ateneo de Manila University
Volleyball information
Position Open Spiker
Current club Petron Blaze Spikers (PSL), MERALCO Power Spikers (SVL)
Number 15
Fille Cainglet
Medal record
Women's Volleyball
University Athletic Association of the Philippines
Bronze UAAP Season 72 ADMU
Silver UAAP Season 74 ADMU
Silver UAAP Season 75 ADMU
Shakey's V-League
Bronze Season 7, 1st Conference ADMU
Gold Season 8, 1st Conference ADMU
Bronze Season 8, 2nd Conference ADMU
Gold Season 9, 1st Conference ADMU
Silver Season 10, 1st Conference ADMU
Philippine Super Liga
Bronze 2013 Invitational Petron
Gold 2014 Grand Prix Petron


Fille Saint Merced Nombres Cainglet-Cayetano (born January 30, 1990) is a Filipina volleyball player. She is married to Taguig City Congressman Lino Cayetano. The couple welcomed their first child, Ino Philip, on May 13, 2014.[1][2][3]

Career beginnings[edit]

Fille Cainglet started playing volleyball in fifth grade with her classmates at St. Scholastica's College Manila. Since Volleyball is a sport that Fille enjoys and excels, she became a member of the varsity volleyball team of St. Scholastica's College Manila in high school. After graduating from high school, she together with four other blue-chipped high school volleyball players was recruited by Ateneo De Manila University, where she played varsity volleyball for five years and was named team captain of the 2011 Ateneo Lady Eagles Volleyball Team. This group of five recruits were to be later called the Fab 5 by the Ateneo university community.

High School varsity[edit]

College varsity[edit]

Club Volleyball[edit]

Awards[edit]

Shakey's V-League:

  • Most Improved Player - Season 8 (1st Conference)

WNCAA:

  • Most Valuable Player (Juniors Division) - 2006, 2007

Milo Best 17-Under Women's Volleyball League:

  • Most Valuable Player - 2005, 2006, 2007

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