NU guns for PVL Collegiate crown
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tantalum 42 Simbolo ng arsenic Schedule Saturday (Filoil Flying V Centre) 11 a.m. NU vs UST (men’s battle for 3rd) Presentation of Awards 1 p.m. Ateneo vs FEU (men’s Finals Game 2) 4 p.m. Adamson vs Arellano (women’s battle for 3rd) Presentation of Awards 6:30 p.m. NU vs FEU (women’s Finals Game 2) NATIONAL University is gunning for a historic sweep, while Far Eastern University is trying to stop it from happening at its expense. The Lady Bulldogs will go after win No. 9 that would net them the Premier Volleyball League (PVL) Collegiate Conference title Saturday at the Filoil Flying V Centre. Stringing up eight victories up to this point, the Lady Bulldogs are bent on putting an exclamation point to their dominance in the tournament among college teams gearing up for the coming season.
Jaja Santiago will be front and center for NU, having scored 23 in Game 1 last Wednesday where the Lady Bulldogs frustrated the Lady Tamaraws (25-22, 21-25, 2518, 26-24).
But for FEU coach George Pascua it was more of their breakdown at crunch time.
“Our mindset just collapsed,” said Pascua as they committed 27 errors in Game 1.
FEU will have Bernadeth Pons back in the roster after she served her duties in the FEU beach volleyball team.
But the Lady Tamaraws would need a lot more to stop the team which was built around the 6-foot-5 Santiago.
Backing up Santiago and serving as major offensive options are Risa Sato, Aiko Urdas and Jorelle Singh.
Yet FEU has a crack team off the bench led by Czarina Carandang and Jeanette Villareal who have been stepping late in the conference.
Together they can form a formidable frontline with the veteran Pons and Toni Rose Basas.
Almost eclipsed by the women’s finals, Ateneo will go for the crown against FEU in the men’s final. University of Santo Tomas will also vie for third place in the men’s division against NU.
The women’s final Game 2 will be preceded by the thirdplace duel between Arellano and Adamson. The Lady Chiefs have a 1-0 lead in the series. —