RJ Abarrientos showcased an all-around game, scoring 23 points while also finishing with 5 assists including a set-up to Alforque in the final moments of the game. #FrMartinsCup
The UST Tigresses downed the Adamson Lady Falcons, 66-65, a tight battle all throughout before Taki Tacatac made a key triple towards the end of the match. #FrMartinsCup
The NU Lady Bulldogs turned to their defense and inside dominance to wallop the DLSU Lady Archers in the Women’s Division, 99-34, of the 25th
The Lady Bulldogs quickly pulled away in the first quarter, and established a double-digit cushion all throughout. #FrMatinsCup
Buoyed by their torrid outside shooting and pressure defense in the second half, LCCM recovered from a slow first half to turn back National University. #FrMartinsCup
The second doubles tandem of Jzash Canja and Annie Tumanda completed NU’s comeback in the women’s throne after a one-year absence with a 6-2, 6-2 romp of Kiezel Diaz and Jenni Dizon. #UAAPSeason81
NU will face defending eight-time champion Adamson University in the semifinals starting at 9 a.m. Saturday at the same Malate venue. #UAAPSeason81
“At least, top seed kami ngayon. Ang mentality namin ngayon is mag-prepare para sa semis,” said Adamson University coach Ana Santiago. #UAAPSeason81
Adamson shook off early jitters and Perpetual Help’s tough stand in the early going of the last two sets, carving out a 25-19, 25-18 25-16 victory at the start of the Premier Volleyball League Season 2 Collegiate Conference marred by National U’s last-minute withdrawal.
The future of Philippine volleyball take the spotlight beginning today (Saturday) as the Premier Volleyball League unveils its Season 2 Collegiate Conference at the Filoil Flying V Center in San Juan with eight teams setting out to foil National U’s back-to-back title drive.