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ADU falls to the bottom of the standing after failing to score a win during the 2nd round



After winning just 1 game in the first round of eliminations, the Adamson Lady Falcons, would fall short in the second round, losing all their matches. They end the season at the bottom of the standings with a 1-11 record.

AdU vs FEU (1-6)

Adamson opened the second round against season 75 champions FEU Lady Tamaraws. The Lady Falcons would succumb to the Lady Tamaraws’ championship form, losing all three matches, 0-3.

AdU vs NU (1-7)

Looking to bounce back after a one sided loss, AdU’s Lezty Jarito came out strong, bagging the first match 3-1. The next three matches however would go to the Lady Bulldogs, with match scores 3-0, 3-0, and 3-1.

AdU vs ADMU (1-8)

Unlike the first round, where Adamson defeated the Ateneo de Manila University Lady Paddlers, the Lady Falcons’ second round match ended in a loss for the Adamsonians. The Lady Falcons found themselves struggling giving-up all three matches to the ladies from Katipunan.

Adamson ended the first day of the 2nd round of eliminations without winning a single match.

AdU vs UP (1-9)

Adamson would not fare any better on the second day of the second round of eliminations. The Lady Falcons’ match against the defending champions, UP Lady Maroons proved to be a one sided affair, with UP winning all three sets, 3-0, 3-0, and 3-1.

AdU vs UST (1-10)

Like their previous match, Adamson would not perform any better against UST, losing all three matches, 0-3. The Lady Falcons would not win a single set against the Tigresses.

AdU vs DLSU (1-11)

Down on their luck, the Lady Falcons found themselves facing the powerhouse, De Lasalle Lady Paddlers. DLSU would quickly shut down AdU’s singles competitors, Alysa Santiago, and Lezty Jarito. Down 2-0 the Lady Falcons’ pair of Yvonne Diaño and Yvonne Pangantijon would leave everything on the court, forcing a deciding fifth set, where they would fall short.

The Women from Adamson University ends their season in last place due to their quotient, behind fellow 1-11 record holders Ateneo de Manila University.

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