In a touching and admirable gesture, the UST and Ateneo communities have joined forces to bring parents of current UAAP volleyball players to Manila for them to be able watch the games live and have a memorable experience.
Cameroonian bruiser Patrick Tchuente conspired with Ken Tuffin as the Tamaraws gained early headways with a 12-0 outburst to end the first period and grab a 26-14 lead, using that run to preserve a cushion that never dipped to as low as 10.
“We know FEU is a strong team. We’re just lucky they probably woke up in the wrong aide of the bed,” – Boyet Fernandez #PBA
NCAA, MMBL, and UAAP powerhouses Mapua, San Beda, National U, La Salle Green Hills, Letran, Ateneo, Hope Christian, and FEU-Diliman all made the cut and the other regions in the largest land mass in the country aren’t going to get left behind either.
UST broke away in a back-and-forth third set, overcame a big deficit in the fourth then survived UP’s resolute stand in the stretch to hack out a 22-25, 25-20, 25-18, 26-24 victory and stretch its win run to four in the Premier Volleyball League Season 2 Collegiate Conference before a big Sunday crowd at the Filoil Flying V Center in San Juan.
Win streaks will be snapped as unbeaten University of Santo Tomas, Far Eastern U, Adamson and University of the Philippines tangle in a pair of explosive matches in the Premier Volleyball League Season 2 Collegiate Conference at the Filoil Flying V Center in San Juan today.
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.
After ten long years, the Far Eastern University Tamaraws are UAAP champions again after walloping the University of Santo Tomas Growling Tigers, 67-62 in their Game Three showdown on Wednesday at the Mall Of Asia Arena.