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Lyceum scratches by JRU for first win

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Philippine Sports News - Tiebreaker Times Lyceum scratches by JRU for first win JRU LPU News Volleyball  Shola Alvarez Pia Sarmento Lyceum Women's Volleyball JRU Women's Volleyball Emil Lontoc Christine Miralles Cherry Genova Cherilyn Sindayen 2017 PVL Women's Collegiate Conference 2017 PVL Season

In a battle of NCAA rivals, the Lyceum of the Philippines University Lady Pirates needed to dig deep to outlast the Jose Rizal University Lady Bombers 25-20, 24-26, 25-13, 25-22 in the Premier Volleyball League Women’s Collegiate Conference at the FilOil Flying V Centre.

Marred by long rallies, the match took nearly two hours to resolve. The Lady Pirates gained the upper hand through a steadier attack. With both teams going north of 30 in errors, Lyceum off-set their miscues by producing 68 points off their scoring skills while JRU had just 46.

“Kino-compare ko ang laro sabi ko advantage kami sa kanila kasi nakakalaban namin sila sa NCAA. Sabi ko kulang lang sa maturity ang team ko, nakakapalo sila, nakakablock pero kapag ‘yung mga bolang instant na bumabagsak doon namin sila ico-correct,” said Lyceum’s legendary coach Emil Lontoc.

Christine Miralles led the Lady Pirates with 18 points while Cherilyn Sindayen and Roselyn Hongria piled up 15 points, each.

The Lady Pirates improves to a 1-1 slate and the face the Ateneo Lady Eagles (1-1) on Saturday.

Skipper Shola Alvarez amassed 19 markers for the winless Lady Bombers.

The Scores

LPU (3) – Miralles 18, Hongria 15, Sindayen 15, Fabay 10, Rafael 5, Genova 3, Juanillo 2, Sarmento (L)

JRU (1) – Alvarez 19, Versoza 11, Montojo 8, Ebuenga 3, Rivera 3, Bodiongan 1, Sibongan 1, Macaraya (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.

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