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Tigresses thwart Adamson; go 2-0 in UAAP S86

1 min readKent Pastrana led UST with 28 points on 10-for-21 shooting, including a 17-point eruption in the second half that helped the Tigresses build a commanding lead for good.
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Published 8 months ago on October 04, 2023

by Adriann R. Ancheta

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The UST Growling Tigresses dominated the Adamson Lady Falcons, 65-84, in their second game of the UAAP Season 86 women's basketball tournament at the Adamson University Gymnasium on Wednesday, October 4.

Kent Pastrana led UST with 28 points on 10-for-21 shooting, including a 17-point eruption in the second half that helped the Tigresses build a commanding lead for good.

Aiding her were Tantoy Ferrer and Tacky Tacatac who both posted 12 markers along with Reynalyn Ferrer totaled 10 on the game.

UST tallied a total of 36 points off the paint, third of which came from Ferrer whose points all manufactured from the paint.

In the first half, The Tigresses maintained their steady scoring through their backcourt duo Rocel Dionisio and Ferrer who scored eight and six, respectively.

UST opened their halftime scoring off three consecutive triples which stretched the lead to double-digits.

The Ferrer-Tacatac-Pastrana trio connived once more to stave off every rally of the Lady Falcons, ultimately sealing the win for the Tigresses. .

The Thomasian squad improved their standing to 2-0, while Adamson dropped to 0-2.

The Tigresses aim to continue their streak against the De La Salle Lady Archers this weekend, Oct. 8, at the UST Quadricentennial Pavilion.

UST Growling Tigresses

Women’s Basketball

UAAP Season 86

Kent Pastrana

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Adriann R. Ancheta

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Adriann Ancheta is a Sports Writer at TomasinoWeb. A man who is new into the writing scene with a bottomless love for sports and the competitive scene, mainly for basketball as well as esports. This love of his is what drove him to delve into the scene of sports writing. He is a journalism student who, outside of it, has a lot of free time which is mainly spent for lazing around and just pondering about the most random things unthinkable to man.

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