The Far Eastern University Lady Tamaraws moved up the ranks and ended up as the number two seed behind the defending champions UP Lady Maroons. The Lady Tamaraws ended the second round with a win-loss record of 10-2
FEU vs AdU (6-1)
The Lady Tamaraws opened the second round on a strong note, cruising against the Adamson University Lady Falcons. Rose Fadol, Josephine Talay, and the tandem of Jasmine Jaro and Fatima Soya, all swept their opponents, 3-0.
FEU vs DLSU (7-1)
Unlike their first meeting, FEU would end their match against the De La Salle University Lady Paddlers with a win. DLSU drew first blood; taking the first match, but Rose Fadol would fire back for the Lady Tams, defeating her opponent Donna Gamilla, 3-0. In the doubles competition, Jasmine Jaro and Fatima Soya would win after 5 sets, 3-2. Shamela Pineda would continue FEU’s winning ways by routing DLSU’s Ina Co, 3-1.
FEU vs NU (8-1)
Like the first day, the ladies from Morayta started the second day on a strong note, breezing through the National University Bulldogs. FEU would win all the matches, 3-0.
FEU vs ADMU (9-1)
FEU’s win streak would continue, overpowering Ateneo, 3-0. Rose Fadol and Josephine Talay would win against Ateneo’s Jane dela Cruz and Allyssa Balanzat, 3-1, and 3-2 in singles matches respectively. The doubles match would present the effective combo of Jasmine Jaro and Josephing Soya, outmatching their opponents, 3-0.
FEU vs UP (9-2)
The FEU streak however would finally come to a close against tournament-favorite University of the Philippines. Rose Fadol would manage to take the first match from UP’s Rowena Morales. UP however would rally and take the next three matches.
FEU vs UST (10-2)
The first two matches would be split between the two squads, with FEU’s Shoole Siachua grabbing the first match and UST’s Girly Apas taking the second. The lone doubles match featured a heated battle between the UST tandem of Juvylyn Robles and Katrina Tempiatura, and FEU’s Jasmine Jaro and Fatima Soya, in the end it would be the duo from Morayta that managed to grab the win.
With the game on the line UST veteran, Celinber Montes, would force a 5th match, with a narrow 3-2 win. The final match however, would fall in the hands of FEU’s Josephine Talay.
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