The paddlers from the University of the East finished the second round of the tournament with a 3-4 record, a much better standing compared to their 1-6 record in the first round of the table tennis tournament.
UE vs UP (0-1)
The opening match up between UE and UP would open on a high note for the host school, with Ramos bagging the first match over opponent Duot from UP. The next three matches however would all end in favor of the Maroons, with Soriano, the duo of Benoya and Vasquez, and Estrella bowing out to their opponents.
UE vs. AdU (1-1)
The first two matches would split by the two squads, with UE’s Ramos taking the first and Adamson’s Rarama taking the second. The Warriors however would pull through in two straight hotly contested matches, with doubles partners Vasquez and Benoya taking the doubles match and Vincent Soriano prevailing in the fourth match, both in five sets.
UE vs. DLSU (1-2)
The host school would once again find themselves in a tight-spot, facing defending champions La Salle. Despite a strong showing, Ramos, Barneso, and partners Vasquez and Benoya would suffer defeat in their assignments, 3-2, 3-2, and 3-1.
UE vs UST (1-3)
The meeting between the Tigers and the Warriors would prove to be quite the heated battle. UE’s Ramos and doubles tandem Benoya and Vasquez would prevail in the first and third matches, while USt’s Bazar and Belanque prevailed in the second and fourth. The fifth match however would go to UST, after UE’s Bariesa bowed out to UST’s Reendan, 3-1.
UE vs. FEU (1-4)
The first two matches between the Beasts of the East would go to the Tamaraws, after victories from Dalut and Igno in the opening matches. The duo of Benoya and Vasquez would manage to put one in for the Warriors, outlasting opponents Caballero and Villanueva in the doubles match. FEU’s Osorno however would secure the victory for FEU, taking out UE’s Soriano in four sets.
UE vs. ADMU (2-4)
The Warriors would finally taste victory once more, routing the Ateneo paddlers, three matches to none, in their own backyard. Ramos, Soriano, and the duo of Vasquez and Benoya would all grab victories in their respective assignments 3-2, 3-1, and 3-0.
UE vs NU (3-4)
The day would end on a high note for the Warriors, who seized the late afternoon with over NU, three matches to none. Once again, Ramos, Soriano, and Vasquez and Benoya would grab victories in the first three matches to close out UE’s campaign on a cheerier note.