Women’s Singles 1: Paola Beatriz Bernardo (UP) def. Maggie Villacorta (ADU) 2:0
UP 1 – ADU 0
Bernardo would pretty much own the first set, as she defeats Villacorta 21 – 5. Villacorta would start the 2nd set strong with 3 straight points to lead 0 -3. Points would become hard to come by for the ADU athlete, as she would be outscored by Bernardo, 13 – 4 to trail 13 – 7. Bernardo would not look back as she eventually wins, 21 – 13.
Aggregate score: Bernardo (UP) 42 – Villacorta (ADU) 18
Total match time: 25 mins
Women’s Singles 2: Mary Ann Maranon (UP) def. Jean Lucas (ADU) 2:0
UP 2 – ADU 0
Despite being down 2 – 5, Maranon would be able to rally back to tie the game at 5 all. She would, however, fall behind, as Lucas would take the lead with a score of 17 – 20. Regaining her composure, Maranon would score 5 straight points to win the first set, 22 – 20. The second set wouldn’t be as close as the first, as Maranon would start with a 9 – 2 run. Things wouldn’t get any better for Lucas as she would score only 8 more points for the match, ending with a Maranon victory, 21 – 10.
Aggregate score: Maranon (UP) 43 – Lucas (ADU) 30
Total match time: 39 mins.
Women’s Doubles 1: Maria Elisha Ongcuangco and Jessi Francisco (UP) def. Mikaela Aquino and Ysabelle Marie Daez (ADU) 2:0
UP 3 – ADU 0 (UP wins)
The third match would start out pretty evenly as the pair from UP began with a 6 – 5 lead over their ADU counterparts. Francisco’s 4 straight points would put UP ahead by 5 points, giving them a comfortable lead. They would never look back, outscoring the Adamson squad 11 – 5 with a final score of 21 – 10. The second set would start out similarly to the first, with both squads trading points early on. With UP up by 1 with a score of 4 – 3, Jessie Francisco would score 3 consecutive points, giving them a comfortable 4 point lead at 7 – 3. Adamson would score sparingly, unable to get any run going, and end up with just 5 more points before UP finally defeats them with a score of 21 – 8.
Aggregate score: Ongcuangco (23) and Francisco (19) 42 – Aquino (9) and Diaz (9) 18
Total match time: 25 mins
Women’s Doubles 2: Christine Garin and Gellyn Ochoa (ADU) def. Mitzel Desiree Buiza and Marina Caculitan (UP) 2:0
UP 3 – ADU 1 (AdU wins)
The first set was a close affair with both teams trading points, and neither one taking a decisive lead either. The climax of the set came when Bulza was able to give her team the lead 20 – 19. Unfortunately for the UP squad, this would be their last point of the set, as Ochoa would score 3 straight points for Adamson, giving them the win, 20 – 22. The UP team would be able to keep the game close during the second set with a 6 – 7 deficit, but 4 straight points from Garin would give ADU the lead, as well as the momentum to pull away for the win. With Adamson ahead, 12 – 16, they would go on a scoring run that allowed UP to post only 1 more point, giving Adamson the victory, 13 – 21.
Aggregate score: Buiza (15) Caculitan (18) 33 – Garin (21) Ochoa (22) 43
Total match time: 37 min
Women’s Singles 3: Jessie Francisco (UP) def. Mikaela Aquino (ADU) 2:0
UP 4 – Adu 1 (UP wins)
Continuing the dominance she displayed during the 1st doubles match, Francisco outplayed her opponent during the 3rd singles match against Adamson’s Aquino. The first set saw Francisco take a 9 – 3 lead at the start, and she never looked back. The final score was 21 – 12. The 2nd set was no different, with Francisco going off to a quick 7 – 2 lead. She would dominate her opponent again with a 21 – 10 victory.
Aggregate score: Francisco (UP) 42 – Aquino (ADU) 22
Total match time: 23 mins.
Aggregate sets won: UP 8 – ADU 2
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