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UST sweeps San Sebastian for first win



Tiebreaker Times UST sweeps San Sebastian for first win News PVL SSC-R UST Volleyball  UST Women's Volleyball San Sebastian Women's Volleyball Roger Gorayeb Rizalinda Martin Milena Alessandrini Maria Fe Galanza Kungfu Reyes Joyce Sta. Rita Jamille Carreon Eya Laure 2018 PVL Women's Collegiate Conference 2018 PVL Season

The University of Santo Tomas Golden Tigresses scored a quick three-set victory over the San Sebastian College-Recoletos Lady Stags, 25-21, 25-12, 25-17, for their first win in the Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference at the FilOil Flying V Centre.

With both squads strutting out rookie-laiden lineups, the Tigresses’ blue chip recruits shined. Second year Fil-Italian winger Milena Alessandrinu tallied nine points while Kecelyn Galdones added eight markers.

Former UAAP Juniors MVP Eya Laure finally made her seniors division debuted with seven markers for the Golden Tigresses.

“Ilang linggo na rin kami nagpe-prepare for this. Excited nga kami makita ‘yung ilalaro ng players namin sa ganitong venue, sa competitive environment,” said UST head coach Kungfu Reyes.

“May mga kailangan pa talagang ayusin, pero happy naman kami sa pinakita namin, overall,” the enlisted Army personnel added.


Team captain Joyce Sta. Rita led the Lady Stags with nine points while Jamille Carreon, one of San Sebastian’s 12 rookies, managed seven markers.

The Scores

UST (3) – Alessandrini 9, Galdones 8, Laure 7, Francisco 5, Bicar 4, Galanza 3, Jimenez 3, Victoria 3, Sandoval 2, Viray 2, Tuazan 0, Delero (L), Martin (L)

SSC-R (0) – Sta. Rita 9, Carreon 7, Requierme 6, Dapol 4, Tan 4, Medenila 1, Sarmiento 1, Sison 1, Santiago 0, Bermillo (L)

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Miguel Luis Flores fell face first into sports writing in high sch9l and has never gotten up. He reluctantly stumbled into the volleyball beat when he started with Tiebreaker Times three years ago. Now, he has waded through everything volleyball - from its icky politics to the post-modern art that is Jia Morado's setting.