LaSalle, NU, UST, and UP appear to remain undefeated as Ateneo, FEU, Adamson, and UE aim for a breakthrough victory in UAAP Season 84.
Manila, Philippines — UAAP Women’s Volleyball action will continue on Saturday, May 7th. All eight schools are looking to improve their performance after getting their feet wet on the first day of Season 84.
La Salle, NU, UST, and UP are all focused on winning another win and being undefeated. While Ateneo, FEU, Adamson, and UE want to move to the line of winners.
NU (1-0) vs Ateneo (0-1)
NU aims to get the defending champion Ateneo to a tough start as the Lady Bulldog aims for two consecutive victories in the 10 am incident.
Alyssa Solomon, Michaela Belen, and Princess Robles are await. To take over again after NU defeats Adamson in the opening round of the season.
However. Faith Nisperos and Blue Eagles are desperately rebounding after. Launching a title defense campaign after losing four sets to rival La Salle.
La Salle (1-0) vs. Adamson (0-1)
A new dawn has come for La Salle as some of his future players. Want to continue the excellent game against Adamson at noon.
Baby Jyne Soreño and Alleiah Malaluan showed promise to Lady Spikers after taking the lead to win over Ateneo.
Meanwhile, the Lady Falcons are trying to recover from a lackluster performance against NU following Lorene Toring and Lucille Almonte.
UP (1-0) vs FEU (0-1)
At the start of his campaign. The rise certainly gave confidence to his bid for the second straight win. When Fighting Maroon met FEU Lady Tamarau at 4 pm.
After performing 20 points against the UE. Alyssa Bertolano sees another big show at Fighting Maroons, which also expects contributions from Irah Jaboneta.
Lady Tamaraws, meanwhile, relies on veterans Lycha Ebon and Nikka Ann Medina to defeat the Victory Monument after losing a straight-set to UST in their season 84 debut.
UST (1-0) vs UE (0-1)
Eya Laure is expected to be great as a UST tries to win as they face UE in the last game of the day at 6 pm.
Laure, Camille Victoria, and KC Galdones take over the Golden Tigresses goal scorer, likely missing Imee Hernandez after a sprained ankle in an FEU sweep.
Lady Warriors intends to impress Janeca Lana and Dallas Lingay with their productive performance, aiming for their first victory.