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Lady Falcons sweep elimination round, send winless Lady Stags packing



Tiebreaker Times Lady Falcons sweep elimination round, send winless Lady Stags packing AdU News PVL SSC-R Volleyball  Thang Ponce Shannai Requirme San Sebastian Women's Volleyball Roger Gorayeb MJ Igao Eli Soyud Bernadette Flora Airess Padda Adamson Women's Volleyball 2018 PVL Women's Collegiate Conference 2018 PVL Season

The Adamson University Lady Falcons completed a seven-game sweep of the PVL Collegiate Conference elimination round, thumping the hapless San Sebastian College – Recoletos Lady Stags, 19-25, 25-10, 25-21, 25-13, at the FilOil Flying V Centre.

Adamson’s inconsistency throughout the conference showed against their winless foes. Dropping the first set before dominating the next three, Adamson U head coach Air Padda lamented their up-and-down play.

“We still aren’t consistent. We would’ve loved to finish the elimination round on a stronger note,” said the American mentor.

“But, we wouldn’t have gone undefeated if there weren’t things we were doing well. It’s going to be about highlighting those strengths and working on our weaknesses for us,” she added.

Bernadette Flora topped the Lady Falcond with 17 points to go with 12 excellent receptions. Eli Soyud added 15 markers for Adamson, who were without starting middle blocker Joy Dacoron.

Shannai Requierme topped the young Lady Stags with 17 markers. San Sebastian went winless in seven outings.

The Scores

AdU (3) – Flora 17, Soyud 15, Permentilla 6, Macaslang 5, Perez 5, Genesis 3, Pinar 3, Igao 2, Uy 0, Ponce (L)

SSC-R (1) – Requierme 17, Dapol 9, Tan 7, Sta. Rita 5, Carreon 4, Sarmiento 3, Santiago 1, Arevalo 0, Moralina 0, Sison 0, Bermillo (L)

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