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They’re good, too good

THE bemedalled Adamson softball squad cemented its place as one of the greatest UAAP sports teams ever. The Lady Falcons extended their reign to five seasons after hacking out a 10-0 win over University of the Philippines yesterday in the UAAP softball Finals at the Rizal Memorial Baseball Stadium. Adamson…

Tigresses force sudden death

UNIVERSITY of Santo Tomas made sure that there will no mid-game meltdowns to beat University of the Philippines, 7-2, and force a sudden death in the UAAP softball step-ladder semifinals yesterday at the Rizal Memorial Baseball Stadium. Unlike in last Sunday’s 4-7 loss where the Lady Maroons rallied from a…

Lady Maroons stay alive

UNIVERSITY of the Philippines finally figured out how to close out five-setter games. Faced on a do-or-die situation, the Lady Maroons rallied from a set down to edge University of Santo Tomas, 11-25, 25-20, 16-25, 25-18, 15-11 and keep their Final Four hopes alive in the UAAP women’s volleyball tournament…

UAAP stars show wares in PSL

A BEVY of standouts from the current UAAP season will highlight the Philippine Superliga Annual Draft which is scheduled on March 7. The country’s fledging club volleyball league kick things off with a two-day draft camp on March 6, as potential No. 1 draft picks Amanda Villanueva of Adamson, Angeli…

Pinays to compete in Asian volley

THE Philippines hope to make it big despite having entered in a tough group in the 1st Asian Women’s U23 Volleyball Championship which the country is hosting on May 1-9. Bannered by mostly collegiate standouts, the Philippines is bracketed in Pool A along with Iran and Kazakhstan in the continent’s…

Eagles take on Tigresses as V-League returns

ATENEO’s road for a UAAP treble begins in the Shakey’s V-League Collegiate Conference. Opening Alyssa Valdez’s college farewell tour, the Lady Eagles take on University of Santo Tomas to kick off a heavy three-game schedule today at the Filoil Flying V Arena. With libero Denden Lazaro having graduated, hitter Michelle…

NU, FEU clash for survival

IT'S win or go home for National University and Far Eastern University when they clash for survival in the first step-ladder match of the UAAP women's volleyball semifinals at the Smart Araneta Coliseum today. The winner of the 4 p.m. showdown which is expected to go down the wire will…

UP, Adamson in vital tiff

THREE struggling teams try to join idle University of Santo Tomas in third place today in the UAAP women’s volleyball tournament at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. In a rematch of their close first round match-up, University of the Philippines and Adamson clash at 4 p.m., while National University takes on…

Spiker’s Turf opens today

MEN’S volleyball takes flight today with the staging of the Spikers’ Turf tournament, with eight teams vying for the inaugural crown. Cagayan Valley, tipped as one of pre-season favorites with the presence of its UAAP stars, gets the chance to showcase its strength and talent early as it faces Champion…

Make way for UCSAA

FIRST there’s the NCAA, the country’s oldest collegiate league. Then there’s the UAAP, which bills itself as the premier collegiate association with eight member-teams. After the two came many other collegiate leagues using as many letters in the alphabet --MUCAA, CAACUP, SCUAA, NCRAA, CUSA, NAASCU, UCAA, UCLAA, MMAC and ISAA.…
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