It's an end of an era for Chery Tiggo.
The United Auctioneers Incorporated-backed team and Dindin Santiago-Manabat have parted ways after a six-year partnership on Thursday.
The Crossovers made the announcement on social media.
"Thank you, Dindin! We wish you well in all your future endeavors," read the team's post.
The National University product had been playing for Chery Tiggo -- then carrying the Foton brand -- in 2016.
In the PVL, Santiago-Manabat was instrumental in leading the Crossovers to the 2021 Open Conference.
The 29-year-old opposite hitter eventually suffered a Grade Three right ankle sprain last July which kept her out of the Invitational Conference.
Santiago-Manabat eventually made her return to the Reinforced Conference but only saw limited action. She played a total of 10 games for the Crossovers, most of which coming off the bench, with eventual MVP Mylene Paat taking over the opposite role.
Santiago-Manabat will be forever grateful for the time she spent with the team.
"I am so blessed to be part of this amazing team. Marami akong natutunan from management, coaches, teammates and experiences kasama kayo. Maraming salamat po to the Chery management Ma’am Sandra Sytin and Boss Rommel Sytin sa pagaalaga na parang sarili niyo akong pamilya," she expressed.
"Sa mga naging coaches ko, teammates ko, maraming salamat sa samahan! It's been a fruitful and meaningful Six years of rollercoaster ride with you guys! I am grateful and thankful! The journey is not yet over. See you around!"