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Blazers sink Tams, wrest Filoil lead

St. Benilde continued to impress as it upended Far Eastern U, 80-73, stretching its win run to three even as UST snapped a two-game skid with a 98-88 victory over Jose Rizal U in the Filoil Flying V Preseason Cup at the Filoil Flying V Center in San Juan yesterday......»»

Category: sportsSource: philstar philstarMay 15th, 2018

Lady Tams blast stags, Wrest PVL solo lead

Far Eastern U finally delivered the win the way it wanted, crushing San Sebastian, 25-15, 25-22, 25-18, yesterday to seize control of the field with a third straight victory in the Premier Volleyball League Season 2 Collegiate Conference at the Filoil Flying V Center in San Juan last night......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 28th, 2018

Lady Tams scuttle error-prone Blazers

Far Eastern University squandered a 2-0 set lead but pounced on error-strewn College of Saint Benilde early in the fifth set to fashion out a 25-19, 32-30, 15-25, 24-26, 15-4 victory in the Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference at the Filoil Flying V Center in San Juan yesterday......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 22nd, 2018

Tamaraws clinch semis berth, boot out Maroons

Far Eastern University earned a semifinals ticket on Monday after booting out University of the Philippines from contention, 25-22, 23-25, 26-24, 25-14, in the men’s division of the inaugural Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. National team member Peter Quiel and John Paul Bugaoan each had 15 points to lead the Tamaraws’ charge and deliver FEU’s fifth straight win in six games. FEU joined unbeaten Ateneo De Manila University (6-0) in the best-of-three semis. Quiel, who donned the national colors in the 29th Kuala Lumpur, Southeast Asian Games, hammered 13 spikes while Bugaoan showcased his all-around offensive prowess with 10 attacks, four kill blocks and a service ace for the Tams, who will close the elims on Monday against San Beda College. Redijohn Paler scored 13 and chipped in eight digs and eight excellent receptions for the Morayta-based squad. The Fighting Maroons dropped their fourth straight match and kissed their semis hopes goodbye after sliding to down to a 1-5 slate. John Millete had 17 points while Wendel Miguel scored 12 for UP. Meanwhile, the Red Spikers swept the also-ran NCAA defending champion College of St. Benilde, 25-23, 25-15, 25-22, and improved their record to 2-3 tied with idle University of Sto. Tomas. Mark Enciso led SBC with 14 points while Limuel Patenio had 10.  The Blazers remained winless in five games despite the 13 points of skipper Isaah Arda and 10 by Ruvince Abrot.   ---  Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles   .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 25th, 2017

NCAA: St. Benilde scores, Mapua ends season on high note

College of St. Benilde banked on a big third quarter run to dump Jose Rizal University, 84-68, in theNCAA Season 94 men's basketball tournament Tuesday at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan. The Blazers turned a three-point halftime lead into a commanding 67-46 buffer after they outscored the Heavy Bombers, 32-14, in the pivotal third period. Yankie Haruna and Unique Naboa fired eight points apiece in that key stretch for CSB, which improved to 9-8. In the second game, Mapua clobbered Arellano University, 91-78, to end its season on a winning note. Cedric Pelayo set a career-high 21 points while Noah Lugo also had 21 for the Cardinals (6-12). Haruna finished with 18 points and sev...Keep on reading: NCAA: St. Benilde scores, Mapua ends season on high note.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsOct 16th, 2018

LSGH denies San Beda s entry into NCAA 94 Final Four

STANDINGS LSGH 13-2 (Final Four) MAPUA 11-4 SAN BEDA 10-5 JRU 9-6 LPU 8-7 ARELLANO 6-8 PERPETUAL 6-9 SAN SEBASTIAN 5-10 (eliminated) LETRAN 3-11 (eliminated) EAC 3-12 (eliminated) College of St. Benilde-La Salle Greenhills remains the first and only team assured of a place in the next round of the NCAA 94 Men’s Basketball Tournament. San Beda High School tried its best to get that as well on Thursday at the Filoil Flying V Centre, but was instead resoundingly rejected by the Junior Blazers who registered a 91-78 come-from-behind win. Main man Joel Cagulangan topped the scoring column with 24 points to go along with six rebounds and three assists, but only made 9-of-22 shots from the field In the endgame, it was Sydney Mosqueda who came through, scoring 10 of his 19 points in the tight final frame. “We’re happy with the win because our boys showed resiliency,” head coach Marvin Bienvenida said post-game. The defending champions were down by five points inside the last four minutes until Mosqueda went on a 5-0 run to tie the tally. The Red Cubs again took the lead, 75-72, and even had a chance to increase it, but Inand Fornilos stole the ball and the possession from them. At the other end, Mosqueda then set up Fornilos for an easy look inside that proved to be the go-ahead basket. San Beda would keep coming from that point, but Cagulangan had all the answers for CSB-LSGH which strengthened its stranglehold on the top-seed. Now at 13-2, they are one win away from clinching the twice-to-beat advantage. “We are still taking it one game at a time. We are not done proving to ourselves that we are getting better each and every game,” coach Marvin said. For the now 10-5 Red Cubs, Zach Estacio showed the way with 13 points while Joshua Lazaro also had a 10-point, 12-rebound double-double. A win would have assured them of at least a playoff for a Final Four spot. Instead, they now find themselves still behind 11-4 Mapua High School and barely ahead of 9-6 Jose Rizal High School and 8-7 Lyceum of the Philippines University. In the day’s other game, University of Perpetual Help stayed alive after beating down San Sebastian College-Recoletos, 82-67. Emman Galman was on fire all game long and wound up with a career-best 30 points and was backstopped by Tony Ogunsanya who posted a 20-point, 14-rebound double-double. Just at halftime, Galman already had 17 markers to his name, almost matching the output of their opponents at 22. At 6-9, the Junior Altas still have a boxer’s chance at snatching a playoff berth. On the other hand, now at 5-10, the Staglets are no longer in contention for the Final Four. Kean Baclaan fronted their effort in this one with 24 points, six rebounds, five steals, and four assists. BOX SCORES FIRST GAME PERPETUAL 82 – Galman 30, Ogunsanya 20, Galoy 12, Kawamura 8, Orgo 3, Duka 3, Barcuma 2, Nunez 2, Defante 2, Romilla 0, Lauchengo 0, Dela Cruz 0 SAN SEBASTIAN 67 – Baclaan 24, Pinero 13, Are 10, Cortes 4, Cruz 4, Dela Cruz 4, Timbancaya 2, Janao 2, Balo 2, Perez 0, Loristo 0, Solatorio 0, Suico 0, Gomez 0, Austria 0 QUARTER SCORES: 22-10, 43-22, 60-53, 82-67 SECOND GAME CSB-LSGH 81 – Cagulangan 24, Mosqueda 19, Calimag 11, Fornilos 7, Palencia 6, David 5, Sangco 3, Lepalam 2, Morales 2, Valenzuela 2, Cortez 0, Lopez 0. SAN BEDA 78 – Estacio 13, Coyoca 12, Lazaro 10, Llarena 10, Talampas 10, Oliva 9, Sanchez 9, Ynot 2, Andrada 2, Pelipel 1, Alcantara 0. QUARTER SCORES: 23-23, 41-36, 59-57, 81-78. --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsOct 4th, 2018

Altas wrest solo 4th as Blazers fall

Perpetual Help continued its Final Four drive with an 88-71 rout of Mapua yesterday then watched College of St. Benilde blink in a costly 67-69 defeat to Emilio Aguinaldo College yesterday to seize solo fourth in the 94th NCAA men’s basketball tournament at the Filoil Flying V Center......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsSep 29th, 2018

NCAA: EAC puts huge dent on CSB s playoff hopes

Emilio Aguinaldo College may very well have spoiled the supposed coming-out-party of College of St. Benilde in the NCAA 94 Men’s Basketball Tournament. JP Magullano played the hero anew as the also-ran Generals pulled off a 69-67 upset victory versus the playoff hopeful Blazers on Friday at the Filoil Flying V Centre. Magullano scored half of his 14 points in the last five minutes as EAC arrested its seven-game losing skid with its biggest win of the season. “This game is important for CSB, but it is more important for us. Kapag natalo kmai, magiging last kami,” a beaming head coach Ariel Sison said post-game. With the tally tied at 65-all, it was the first-year forward who nailed a floater over the outstretched arms of Clement Leutcheu for what proved to be the go-ahead basket. CSB had four chances to get even once more, or even take the lead, but Leutcheu and Prince Carlos missed all of their four free throws. Then sent to the line, Magullano and Juju Bautista both made good on one of two charities to put EAC ahead, 69-65, with 44.1 ticks to go. Justin Gutang hit a couple of charities to keep the Blazers close, but the Generals’ defense would stand strong for there and forced misses from all of Leutcheu, Gutang, Yankie Haruna, and Prince Carlos. Not long after, they were celebrating a win that hikes their record to 3-11. Magullano wound up with 14 points and nine rebounds while Jerome Garcia also posted a 10-marker, 10-rebound double-double. EAC has already been eliminated, but in the grand scheme of things, its win complicates matters for CSB which fell to 8-6 – now ceding the fourth spot to University of Perpetual Help which took care of business earlier in the day to improve to 9-5. Haruna topped the scoring column for the Blazers with 18 points on top of seven rebounds and three assists. Misfiring from the field with a 25-of-77 clip and from the line with a 14-of-27 mark, however, they now find themselves in a must-win situation if they are to keep up with the Altas. BOX SCORES EAC 69 – Magullano 14, Laminou 13, Garcia 10, Bautista 10, Cadua 8, Mendoza 8, Tampoc 6, Gonzales 0, Bugarin 0, Corilla 0, Neri 0 CSB 67 – Haruna 18, Gutang 16, Carlos 11, Dixon 8, Leutcheu 4, Pasturan 4, Belgica 4, Nayve 2, Naboa 0, Young 0 QUARTER SCORES: 22-15, 39-37, 52-57, 69-67 --- Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 28th, 2018

NCAA Season 94: Cardinals upset Blazers

Justin Seranno fueled Mapua’s pivotal run in the last five minutes of the game as the Cardinals scored their first back-to-back wins at the expense of College of St. Benilde, 86-83, Tuesday in the NCAA Season 94 seniors basketball competition at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. Mapua improved to a 4-8 win-loss record and handed the Blazers their second straight defeat. Laurenz Victoria finished with 16 points, six rebounds and six assists while rookie Warren Bonifacio and Serrano chipped in with 12 points each for the Cardinals, who won their second straight win since Season 92. Mapua surpassed its number of wins last season but head coach Atoy Co wants to see more from his team. “We have to work harder,” said Co. “Dati kapag papasok kami, ‘Mapua lang yan eh’. Ngayon nakapag-back-to-back win kami siyempre ibang team na nagbabakasakaling (makapasok sa Final Four) they will not take us lightly.”       Down 73-72 in the last five and a half minutes, Serrano drilled six straight points in Mapua’s huge 8-0 run to give the Cardinals a seven-point breathing room with 2:32 left. The Blazers breathed down the necks of Cardinals, 82-80, on a completed three-point play by Clement Leutcheu with 57.6 points left. Bonifacio answered with a top of the key jumper followed by a great defensive stop by Mapua to take the fight out of CSB. Justin Gutang led the Blazers with 22 points, nine assists and six assists while James Pasturan had 16. Leutcheu finished with 15 while Unique Naboa and Rob Nayve had 10 each for CSB, which slid to 7-5 card. Naboa gave the Blazers a 73-72 lead with 5:22 left after sinking three free throws. But it was CSB’s last hold of the lead......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 18th, 2018

PVL Finals: UP makes history, rules Collegiate Conference

University of the Philippines wrote history on a rainy Wednesday night. The championship newbies made the more experienced Far Eastern University crumble under pressure as the Lady Maroons completed a sweet sweep of the Premier Volleyball League Season 2 Collegiate Conference Finals series, 25-20, 25-18, 23-25, 20-25, 15-13 to hoist their first major title in 36 years. The sea of maroon’s loud celebration drowned the heavy downpour that relentlessly pounded the roof of the FilOil Flying V Centre as history unfolded before their eyes. The Lady Maroons after squandering a two-set lead flirted with disaster in the fifth, trailing 7-13. But Conference and Finals Most Valuable Player Isa Molde willed her team back with a thrilling 8-0 closing run capped by an ace from Ayel Estranero. The duo scored six of the UP's last eight points in the game. Molde, also the conference 1st Best Open Spiker, finished with 22 points - all from attacks - while Marist Layug and Marian Buitre scored 12 each. Sophomore Roselyn Rosier finished with 10 for the Lady Maroons, who received 40 points off FEU's miscues. Estranero tallied 28 excellent sets to help UP punch in 52 spikes.    "Once we we're 13-13 I expected something to happen because this is volleyball. They (FEU) are more tensed, they were out of timeout just like us. It was the mind strength again, that pushed us through. I think eventually we came out stronger mentally," said UP coach Godrey Okumu.     UP, which took the series opener in a five-set shocker over the UAAP Season 80 runners-up and last year’s second placers, with momentum on their side took the first two sets but encountered tough resistance from the Lady Tams in the third frame. The Lady Maroons opened with a commanding 8-0 lead but saw FEU slowly dismantle their advantage to tie the set at 14. UP even went four points closer to the title but slowly faded away as the Lady Tams stole a frame. FEU again did it in the fourth. But it proved to be a minor delay with the Lady Maroons date with destiny -- a feat that the Diliman-based squad last carved out in the UAAP back in 1982.               In a battle of nerves that decided the wild finish, it was FEU that blinked first allowing the Lady Maroons to end a long championship drought.      Rookie Lycha Ebon led the Lady Tams with 13 markers, Jerrili Malaban posted 12 points while Jeanette Villareal had 10.     ---- Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 12th, 2018

PVL: Lady Maroons shock Lady Tams, near title conquest

Championship newbie University of the Philippines Lady Maroons showed the kind of composure and grit of a seasoned team. The Lady Maroons shocked a more experienced Far Eastern University side in a come-from-behind 14-25, 22-25, 26-24, 25-18, 15-5, win Sunday to draw first blood in the best-of-three Premier Volleyball League Season 2 Collegiate Conference Finals series at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. UP, which is on its first major tournament championship stint in decades, can close the series in Game 2 on Wednesday. “That was very, very close, again I just told them that we needed two things. One the pass, and, second less pressure on ourselves,” said UP coach Godfrey Okumu, who is looking to steer the Lady Maroons to their first major title since ruling the UAAP in 1982.   “That’s what made the big change and then also I talked to Ayel (Estranero) and I was able to tell her to play smart as you can see we started running, by running you were able to split the blocks. It was a little too late but at least it gave us the three sets,” added the Kenyan mentor. Isa Molde finished with 16 points while sophomore Roselyn Rosier played like a veteran with 15 markers highlighted by 13 attacks and added 14 digs for the Lady Maroons. Marian Buitre hammered 13 of her 14 points on attacks while Aie Gannaban scored 11 for UP.   The Lady Maroons turned the tables around with a huge third and fourth set win. With momentum on their side, UP put chills on the UAAP Season 80 runner-up by racing to an 8-3 lead and never looked back. FEU lost an important piece at the middle in Celine Domingo early in the fifth set to a right knee injury and the Diliman-based squad capitalized. Heather Guino-o posted 17 points off 11 attacks and six aces while Domingo chipped in nine kills, four aces and three kill blocks for 16 markers for the Lady Tams, who gave away 35 points off errors.  Rookie Lycha Ebon logged in 14 points while Jerrili Malabanan had 12 for FEU, which finished second last year behind National University.   ---   Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsSep 9th, 2018

NCAA: Light Bombers take down Jr. Altas; LSGH still first

STANDINGS LSGH 6-1 MAPUA 5-2 ARELLANO 4-2 PERPETUAL 4-2 SAN BEDA 3-2 JRU 4-3 SAN SEBASTIAN 3-5 LPU 2-5 LETRAN 1-5 EAC 1-6 Jose Rizal High School is streaking for the first time in the NCAA 94 Men’s Basketball Tournament – and with that, has sent a statement about its contention. Following the lead of breakout player John Amores, the Light Bombers clobbered University of Perpetual Help in the earlygoing before holding on for a well-earned 84-72 win on Tuesday at the Filoil Flying V Centre. Amores tallied 18 points, seven rebounds, and three assists to show the Kalentong-based ballers the way to back-to-back wins – their first in the tournament. Now on a win run, JRU is just right behind powerhouses College of St. Benilde-La Salle Greenhills, Mapua High School, Arellano High School, and San Beda High School in the standings. However, it was Marwin Dionisio who actually got the Light Bombers to a strong start by dropping all but two of his 10 points in the first quarter. He also totalled 12 rebounds just for good measure. Of course, the Junior Altas kept coming, but Amores and Gab Baluyut just did enough to keep them at bay. With the upset loss, Perps dropped to a  tie for third at 4-2. Main man Joshua Gallano struggled with just four points and three rebounds. Meanwhile, CSB-LSGH retained its top spot in the standings by dropping a 32-point hammer on Emilio Aguinaldo College, 103-71. Inand Fornilos turned in his best game of the season with a 26-point, 14-rebound double-double while Joshua David and RC Calimag each chipped in 12 markers for the now 6-1 Junior Blazers. Joel Cagulangan was relatively quiet once more, but was still felt everywhere with his 10 points, seven assists, five rebounds, and three steals. For the 1-6 Brigadiers, JR Ilustrisimo showed the way with 14 points and seven rebounds. BOX SCORES FIRST GAME CSB-LSGH 103 – Fornilos 26, David 12, Calimag 12, Cagulangan 10, Lao 8, Palencia 8, Cortez 7, Valenzuela 7, Sangco 4, Lopez 3, Morales 2, Arciaga 2, Natividad 2, Lepalam 0 EAC 71 – Ilustrisimo 14, Mejia 13, Rodrin 10, Encila 8, Boado 6, Murillo 6, Balowa 4, Sanosa 2, Quebral 2, Pascual 2, Sumagaysay 2, Calara 2, Lozano 0, Rivera 0 QUARTER SCORES: 25-14, 49-34, 84-47, 103-71 SECOND GAME JRU 84 – Amores 18, Baluyut 18, Vasquez 13, Dionisio 10, Fortuna 7, Ganut 6, Bucoy 6, Delos Santos 4, Portales 2, Icban 0, Macatangay 0, Garcia 0 PERPETUAL 72 – Orgo 23, Barcuma 10, Coloma 8, Galman 6, Galoy 5, Nunez 5, Ogunsanya 5, Gallano 4, Defante 4, Duka 2, Romilla 0, Kawamura 0, Dela Cruz 0 QUARTER SCORES: 24-13, 40-25, 70-49, 84-72 —— Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 14th, 2018

NCAA: Domingo comes alive as CSB cops much-needed win

With College of St. Benilde desperate for a win in the NCAA 94 Men’s Basketball Tournament, its most senior player delivered the goods. The veteran guard played his best game in two years to jolt the Blazers back to life at the expense of Emilio Aguinaldo College, 84-71, on Tuesday at the Filoil Flying V Centre. Domingo scored 22 points on top of seven rebounds and four assists to help the Taft-based team return to the win column now at 3-4. “I hope we get some momentum going because we really need it to, at least, be in the middle of the pack,” a satisfied head coach TY Tang said post-game. The streaky shooter fired eight of his output in the final frame, just as the Generals were mounting a rally. “Finally, he got his confidence back. Hopefully, this will just be the start for him,” coach TY said. CSB’s edge, though, was gotten courtesy of a 13-0 run that turned a two-point lead to a 41-26 advantage late in the second quarter. Unique Naboa capped off that run with a triple and eventually ended with six points, five assists, and three rebounds. Yankie Haruna also added 11 markers. That was more than enough to overcome the loss of Cameroonian Clement Leutcheu who was ejected due to two technical fouls. He had nine points and four rebounds before being sent out in the final frame. For EAC, Juju Bautista and Hamadou Laminou both had double-doubles as the former finished with 17 points and 12 rebounds and the latter ended with 13 markers and 13 boards. They saw their two-game win run come to a stop and now stand at 2-5. BOX SCORES CSB 84 – Domingo 22, Haruna 11, Leutcheu 9, Gutang 9, Naboa 6, Dixon 6, Nayve 5, Begica 4, Pasturan 4, Young 3, Velasco 2, Barnes 2 EAC 71 – Bautista 17, Laminou 13, Tampoc 10, Garcia 9, Diego 5, Mendoza 5, Bugarin 5, Maguliano 4, Gonzales 2, Cadua 1, Natividad 0, Robin 0, Neri 0 QUARTER SCORES: 18-20, 44-31, 61-49, 84-71 —— Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 14th, 2018

UST books ticket to semis

As rolls of thunder resonated inside the Filoil Flying V Arena, the University of Santo Tomas assured their spot in the semi-finals of the PVL Collegiate COnference after sweeping the College of Saint Benilde, 26-24, 29-27, 25-17, Saturday afternoon. Pressing on to retain the lead all game long, the Golden Tigresses anchored their offense on rookie Ysabel Jimenez and sophomore Milena Alessandrini with 13 points each. "Yung sinasabi ko sa team is para kaming panahon ngayon. Gloomy, umuulan, malamig, pilit binubuhay. Yung aura sa loob, nararamdaman namin sa labas," said assistant coach Ian Fernandez. Fernandez called the shots in lieu of head coach Kungfu Reyes who is in Japan now for the National Team training. In the first set, UST started hot with a commanding 7-0 lead but eventually let the Lady Blazers catch up in the end game. Still, UST had more power in the close out. The same tempo continued until the second set but come the third set, the Golden Tigresses' momentum was unstoppable. Alessandrini finished the match with a solid crosscourt attack, 25-17. "Mahirap players mo kapag ayaw gumalaw, nangangapa. Di namin alam exact term dun sa aura nila nung first and second set. At least na overcome namin first two sets na sabi ko sa kanila enjoy sila celebrate every point, mga kasama i-cheer kahit anong klaseng puntos." The Golden Tigresses now sport a perfect 5-0 slate and will face Adamson next on August 18. The Lady Blazers will seek for their second win on August 15 against UP to imporve their 1-3 record......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 11th, 2018

PVL: Falcons eye solo lead

Adamson University sets its sights on claiming the solo lead when the Falcons square off with Far Eastern University Wednesday in the Premier Volleyball League Season 2 Collegiate Conference men’s division at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. The Adamson-FEU tussle will begin at 9:00 a.m. in the curtain-raiser of the four-game playdate. The Falcons share the lead with idle University of Sto. Tomas with perfect 4-0 win-loss slate. Adamson made short work of defending NCAA champion University of Perpetual Help, 25-15, 25-21, 25-12, last Sunday with skipper Paolo Pablico and Leo Miranda leading the way. While the Falcons went off to a sizzling start, the Tamaraws encountered early bumps in their campaign as they dropped their first two games. FEU snapped out of its funk last week at the expense of winless De La Salle University in straight sets. The Tams are tied with College of St. Benilde and San Beda University with 1-2 cards. Meanwhile, the Red Spikers take on Arellano University at 11:00 a.m. followed by National University’s attempt to preserve its pristine record against University of the Philippines while Perpetual and CSB cap the long day with their 6:00 p.m. battle. The Bulldogs are currently behind UST and Adamson with 3-0 record. UP holds a 2-1 mark, Perpetual sports a 1-3 card while Arellano is winless in three starts.   ---     Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsAug 7th, 2018

Lady Tams target solo lead vs Stags

Far Eastern U sets out as the heavy favorite as it shoots for a third straight victory against San Sebastian even as University of the Philippines debuts against Perpetual Help in the Premier Volleyball League Season 2 Collegiate Conference at the Filoil Flying V Center in San Juan today......»»

Category: sportsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 27th, 2018

Lady Tams halt Red Spikers, gain solo lead

Far Eastern U bounced back from a scrambling opening game victory with a more convincing 25-16, 21-25, 25-19, 25-22 triumph over San Beda U yesterday as the Lady Tams seized the solo lead in the Premier Volleyball League Season 2 Collegiate Conference at the Filoil Flying V Center in San Juan......»»

Category: newsSource:  philstarRelated NewsJul 25th, 2018

PVL: Bulldogs, Falcons share lead

Madzlan Gampong took over the scoring role as top hitter Bryan Bagunas took a backseat in National University’s 25-16, 25-22, 25-22, sweep of College of St. Benilde in the Premier Volleyball League Season 2 Collegiate Conference men’s division at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan on Wednesday.       Gampong scored 18 points coming off 16 kills and two kill blocks to lead the Bulldogs to their second straight win in as many outings. The graduating player added eight digs and stepped up for NU as Bagunas saw limited action. Meanwhile, Adamson University joined NU in the lead after a four-set 25-21, 25-16, 22-25, 25-20, win over De La Salle University. Skipper Paolo Pablico showed the way with 17 points while George Labang and Geoffrey Alicando finished with 14 markers each for the Falcons. Bagunas, who scored 24 points in their opener, played only in the third set, producing five markers. Bagunas, the PVL Reinforced Conference Finals MVP, and James Natividad, who sat out the match, are already preparing for the coming UAAP Season 81 beach volleyball competition where they will try to defend their crown. Rookie Angelo Almendres had 10 points while Kim Malabunga and Banjo Mondero combined for eight markers for the reigning UAAP champions. The Blazers dropped to 1-1 slate while the Green Spikers slid to 0-2.              Ruvince Abrot scored nine points for CSB. Kiefer Reyes had 15 points while Cris Dumago and Ashberry Aquino finished with 14 and 10 markers, respectively, for DLSU.     ---    Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles.....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 25th, 2018

PVL: Lady Tams gore Lady Red Spikers for back-to-back wins

Far Eastern University recovered from a second set meltdown to capture its second straight win at the expense of debuting San Beda University, 25-16, 21-25, 25-19, 25-22, Wednesday in the Premier Volleyball League Season 2 Collegiate Conference at the FilOil Flying V Centre in San Juan. Celine Domingo played her best game so far, stepping up on offense to put up a personal conference-high 22 points in a great display of her scoring prowess. Domingo tallied 15 kills, with four kill blocks and three aces lead the Lady Tamaraws, who kept their hold of the lead with a 2-0 win-loss slate. After dominating the opening set, FEU got into trouble in the second frame with the Lady Red Spikers tightening up on their defense at the net and hitter Nieza Viray finding her range. The Lady Tams adjusted in the third and fourth with Domingo, the UAAP Season 80 Best Blocker, punishing San Beda with her connection with setter Kyle Negrito, who finished with 21 excellent sets.      “Yung middle attack naming (nawala). Kailangan 'yung passing namin, mag-connect between the setter and the middle. Noong huli, noong nag-connect, gumanda 'yung flow ng laro ulit,”said FEU coach George Pascua, who is looking to steer the Lady Tams into the throne after a runner-up finish in the same tournament last year.  Ebon Lycha scored 10 while Jerrili Malabanan had nine markers for the Lady Tams. Viray finished with 17 points while Jiezela Viray got 12 for San Beda, which saw its top hitter and team captain Cesca Racraquin held down to only five markers.     ---   Follow this writer on Twitter, @fromtheriles  .....»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 25th, 2018

NCAA: LSGH gets back on track by keeping San Beda winless

STANDINGS PERPETUAL 2-0 ARELLANO 2-0 LSGH 2-1 LPU 2-2 SAN SEBASTIAN 2-2 LETRAN 1-1 MAPUA 1-1 JRU 1-2 SAN BEDA 0-2 EAC 0-2 College of St. Benilde-La Salle Greenhills was well aware of what didn’t work and what they had to do to get back on track in the NCAA 94 Juniors Basketball Tournament. Joel Cagulangan and Sydney Mosqueda answered the call from the get-go as the Junior Blazers imposed their will on San Beda High School from start to finish for a 73-62 decision on Tuesday at the Filoil Flying V Centre. Mosqueda turned in his best game in recent memory with 15 points while Cagulangan stuffed the stat sheet with 14 markers, seven rebounds, six assists, and two steals. It was also those two who spearheaded the defending champions’ strong start. “Maganda yung start namin. I urged the boys to really start strong kasi we really tend to start weak so this time, we need to step up,” head coach Marvin Bienvenida said. Boosted by a 26-point opening salvo, CSB-LSGH cruised all the way to a much welcome bounce back to a 2-1 standing. “We’re hungrier for the win. Coming from a loss, ayaw namin mag-slide down,” Bienvenida said, referring to their sorry loss to Mapua High School the last time around. On the other hand, the Red Cubs remained winless after two games. Troy Valencia was their lone bright spot in this one with 10 points and seven rebounds. Meanwhile, Arellano High School forged a two-way tie for the top spot after making quick work of Lyceum of the Philippines University, 98-78. Lars Sunga scored 17 points to lead five other teammates in double-digits as the Braves used that balance to overwhelm their opponents and obtain back-to-back wins to start the season. Rom Junsay followed up his career game with 15 points in this one while Aaron Fermin remained a force inside with a 13-point, 20-rebound double-double. In the day’s other game, San Sebastian College-Recoletos grounded Jose Rizal High School, 92-78, to improve to 2-2. Their respective losses dropped the Junior Pirates to 2-2 and the Light Bombers to 1-2. BOX SCORES FIRST GAME ARELLANO 98 – Sunga 17, Junsay 15, Tempionuevo 14, Fermin 13, Formis 13, Espiritu 9, Sahali 6, Liangco 3, Cabili 2, Caniones 2, Tolentino 2, Domingo 0, Javier 0, Nepomuceno 0.   LPU 78 – Barba 24, Guadana 19, De Guia 9, Gudmalin 8, Jugar 6, De Leon 5, Omandac 3, Caringal 2, Tulabut 2, Cambi 0, Dejelo 0, Nocal 0, Pagdanganan 0, Ragasa 0, Santos 0. QUARTER SCORES: 18-16, 42-32, 65-51, 98-78 SECOND GAME    SAN SEBASTIAN 92 – Janao 23, Gomez 18, Baclaan 14, Bonalos 11, Balo 5, Pinero 5, Perez 5, Suico 4, Dela Cruz 4, Are 3, Cortes 0, Timbancaya 0, Loristo 0. JRU 78 – Amores 26, Icban 15, Delos Santos 9, Buno 8, Dionisio 6, Baluyot 5, Vasquez 4, Portales 3, Macatangay 2, Mendoza 0, Fortuna 0, Ganut 0, Garcia 0, Sy 0.  QUARTER SCORES: 23-16, 47-37, 69-60, 92-78 THIRD GAME CSB-LSGH 73 – Mosqueda 15, Cagulangan 14, David 12, Fornilos 9, Calimag 6, Palencia 6, Cortez 4, Lao 3, Morales 2, Sangco 2, Arciaga 0, Lepalam 0, Lopez 0, Natividad 0, Valenzuela 0. SAN BEDA 62 – Valencia 10, Estacio 9, Llarena 7, Alcantara 6, Talampas 6, Lazaro 5, Oliva 5, Sanchez 5, Ynot 5, Competente 3, Coyoca 1, Andrada 0. QUARTER SCORES: 26-18, 45-30, 57-50, 73-62. —— Follow this writer on Twitter, @riegogogo......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsJul 24th, 2018

Lady Tams beat Lady Blazers in 5 sets

FAR Eastern University opened its post-Bernadeth Pons era with a 25-19, 32-30, 15-25, 24-26, 15-4 win over College of Saint Benilde in the PVL Collegiate Conference last night at the Filoil Flying V Centre. Playing their first off-season tournament since finishing second in the UAAP, the Lady Tamaraws squandered a… Source link link: Lady Tams beat Lady Blazers in 5 sets.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsJul 22nd, 2018