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Pinar, Adamson Lady Falcons rip San Sebastian, soar to 3-0



Tiebreaker Times Pinar, Adamson Lady Falcons rip San Sebastian, soar to 3-0 AdU News PVL SSC-R Volleyball  Trisha Genesis Shane Requirme San Sebastian Women's Volleyball Roger Gorayeb Louie Romero Lerma Giron Ceasa Pinar Adamson Women's Volleyball 2019 PVL Season 2019 PVL Collegiate Conference
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Continuing their dominant run in the 2019 PVL Collegiate Conference, Ceasa Pinar and the Adamson University Lady Falcons cruised to their third straight win, whipping the San Sebastian College–Recoletos Lady Stags, 25-18, 25-10, 25-14, Sunday at the FilOil Flying V Centre.

Pinar put up a game-high 15 points built on 11 attacks and three kill blocks for the Lady Falcons, who soared to a 3-0 slate — tied with Ateneo in Pool A.

Trisha Genesis supplied 10 markers while Grace Toring collected nine points — spiked by a pair of blocks.

Adamson playmaker Louie Romero had her double-edged on full display. She dished out 11 excellent sets laced while dealing damage from the service area with five of her total points coming from aces.

The Lady Falcons outperformed the Lady Stags on all fronts. The former rained down 35-19 differential in attacks, 5-2 in blocks, and 9-4 in service points.

Still, despite a rousing performance, Adamson head coach Lerma Giron said that the team has yet to tap into its maximum potential.

“Kumbaga nasa first, two, three steps palang kami bago kami makarating sa gusto talaga naming performance nila, na team na gusto namin buoin,” she said. “It’s a good start for us pero ‘yung gusto talaga naming mangyari, malayo pa e.”

Meanwhile, the Lady Stags fell out of semifinals contention with a 0-3 slate.

Shane Requirme led all scorers for San Sebastian. She had six points, all coming from attacks. Mae Caputolan and Bianca Ordona managed five markers.

Adamson seeks to keep its record pristine when it clashes against streaking Ateneo on Sunday while San Sebastian looks to pick up its first win at the expense of Letran the day before. Both matches will be played at the same venue.

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