December 01, 2023

Cha Cruz-Behag continues to prove she's Miss Everything even when on PVL leave

Cha Cruz-Behag continues to prove she
Instagram/Cha Cruz-Behag

The F2 Logistics Cargo Movers are currently on the outside looking in to make it to the semifinals of the PVL Second All-Filipino Conference.

With a 4-4 win-loss slate, they are in a three-way logjam at sixth place with the Petro Gazz Angels and the Akari Chargers.

While the battle is far from over, one player who could truly help the Cargo Movers break out of their slump is veteran spiker Cha Cruz-Behag. She's a natural leader and a much-respected voice in the locker room. She's also not afraid to step up in critical situations (including eating a certain fruit for the first time).

The decorated hitter, however, begged off from the team this conference to focus on her other duties, most especially being a doting mother. But she also has a handful of other responsibilities.

You see, she's not nicknamed Ms. Everything for nothing.

One recent post on Instagram celebrated Cruz-Behag for being a well-rounded person, and it's hard to disagree.

"Being Miss Everything is not only on the court, but off the court as well, as she juggles different roles in her daily life. She is a wife to a pilot, a mom to a toddler, a professional athlete, a coach to young volleybelles at International School Manila, and a mommy influencer. Cha believes that she is able to fulfill her various life purposes through her strong faith," wrote Cruz-Behag's talent agency, Thought Lab.

It also shared the 35-year-old volleybelle's favorite motto, which is still centered on her unwavering faith.

"When we seek the Lord’s purpose in everything, He in turn fulfills our purpose in everything we do," said Cruz-Behag.

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The three-time PVL champion last suited up for F2 Logistics in this year's Invitational Conference, helping the team advance to the semifinals.

But for now, it's clear that Cruz-Behag is fulfilling a different purpose. And we're all for it.