SportsTigresses book semis berth Published 7 years ago on May 9, 2013By TomasinoWeb Share Tweet MAIKA Ortiz once again spearheaded the offense of the University of Santo Tomas Golden Tigresses to another thrilling victory against the University of Perpetual Help System Dalta Lady Altas, 21-25, 25-18, 25-22, 19-25, 15-11, and clinched the last semi-final ticket in the Shakey’s V-League Season 10 earlier at The Arena in San Juan. Ortiz tallied a game-high of 23 points; six of it came from the deciding set, while veteran Aiza Maizo, Jessey de Leon and Pamela Lastimosa registered 33 combined markers to extend their winning streak into five. The Tigresses flaunted balanced offense and defense to dominate the fifth frame as Ortiz maximized her running and quick attacks while Carmela Tunay found her rhythm scoring a couple of hits including a crosscourt spike that put them at match point, 14-10. The España-based squad emerged as the top team in Group B at the end of the quarterfinal round with their clean record, 3-0, while Perpetual Help ended their campaign with 1-2 slate. Meanwhile, Joy Cases and Honey Royce Tubino led the Lady Altas as they chipped 17 and 16 points respectively but failed to force a play-off match against UST on Sunday. UST will face the defending champion, Ateneo de Manila University Lady Eagles, in a best-of-three semi-finals series that will start on May 14, Tuesday at PhilSports Arena.By Karl Cedrick BascoPhoto taken by Ann Lafuente Comments Related Topics:2012-20132013academic yearfeaturedFeaturesipeaSportsThomasiantomasinowebtomwebUniversity of Santo Tomasustust tomasinowebustevolleyball You may like #TalkOnTW: Students react to President Duterte’s recent media address CSC pushes for online class suspension amid UST guidelines Let’s go digital!: How are students dealing with online classes? SportsUAAP to cancel, reformat events amid COVID-19 The UST Junior Tigresses and the Adamson Baby Falcons were also proclaimed as co-champions of the inaugural girls’ basketball tournament held earlier this year. Published 3 weeks ago on March 14, 2020By Jose Rafael Ballecer The UAAP Flag is presented to UAAP schools rectors and presidents in its season opening in 2016 | Amirah Eloise Banda/TomasinoWebWith the recent mess brought about by the COVID-19, the UAAP has declared in their recent memorandum that all pending high school events are to be cancelled, while for the college tournaments, a change in the current format. “If the government declares it is safe to resume classes on April 15, 2020, and does not prohibit mass gatherings, the UAAP will work toward alternative formats of the competition to begin no earlier than May 1, 2020.” the memorandum stated. The memorandum came two days after the declaration of the suspension of classes which is set to last until April 14 and the implementation of strict social distancing measures in the National Capital Region (NCR)Memo from the UAAP regarding #UAAPSeason82 as of March 14, 2020 pic.twitter.com/BXkZ4baLTx— The UAAP (@uaap_official) March 14, 2020The UST Junior Tigresses and the Adamson Baby Falcons were also proclaimed as co-champions of the inaugural girls’ basketball tournament held earlier this year. Prior to the cancellation, the collegiate volleyball tournament had already started while other sports such as baseball, softball, and football were well on there way to open their respective seasons. Comments Continue ReadingSportsLaure sisters take charge in UST’s demolition of FEU The UST Golden Tigresses dismantled the FEU Lady Tamaraws in straight sets, 25-20, 25-16, 25-18 to complete a bounce back ordeal in the UAAP season 82 womens’ volleyball tournament at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay on Sunday, March 3. Published 4 weeks ago on March 8, 2020By Jose Rafael Ballecer Photo by Ralph Rainell Estrella/TomasinoWebThe UST Golden Tigresses dismantled the FEU Lady Tamaraws in straight sets, 25-20, 25-16, 25-18 to complete a bounce back ordeal in the UAAP season 82 womens’ volleyball tournament at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay on Sunday, March 3. Led by their prized duo in the Laure sisters, the Tigresses easily cruised to victory as the Lady Tamaraws found no answer to UST’s red hot offense. The younger Eya scored a game high 16 points, while the elder EJ had 12 of her own. Veteran Caitlyn Viray and rookie Imee Hernandez had nine and seven markers respectively. “Number one adjustment na ginawa namin yung constant communication, especially pag nasa loob, yung nasa labas kasi talagang dire-diretso na kami sa pagbigay ng instructions so mas maganda yung naging receiver namin, yung mga player namin,” UST head coach Emilio Kung Fu Reyes remarked when asked as to what improvements his team made heading into the game. Save for the first set, UST found no problems as they swept FEU, especially in the third set that saw the Tigresses go up by as much as 10 points. UST also had 45 attack points in total, a stark contrast to FEU’s 27.Jeanette Villareal and Czarina Carandang had seven points apiece to lead the Lady Tamaraws while Ivana Agudo had six in the losing cause. With the win, both teams are now tied with a 1-1 record. UST is set to take on the DLSU Lady Spikers next.Comments Continue ReadingSportsFEU outruns UST in five sets Four days removed from their opening loss against NU, the UST Tiger Spikers fell anew to the FEU Tamaraws after a five-set thriller in the first round of the UAAP season 82 men’s volleyball tournament at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay on Sunday, March 8. Published 4 weeks ago on March 8, 2020By Jose Rafael Ballecer Photo by Ralph Rainell Estrella/ TomasinoWebFour days removed from their opening loss against NU, the UST Tiger Spikers fell anew to the FEU Tamaraws after a five-set thriller, 21-25, 26-24, 25-20, 22-25, 12-15 in the first round of the UAAP season 82 men’s volleyball tournament at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay on Sunday, March 8. After a back and forth affair in the first two sets, UST seemed ready to pull away as they took a 2-1 lead against the Tamaraws before the Morayta- based squad managed to keep their composure and took the next two sets to take the game. The fifth set saw the Tiger Spikers struggle against FEU who had momentum on their side after winning the fourth set, and as much as UST was on its way to closing the gap, the Tamaraws ultimately sealed the game courtesy of Jude Garcia. Joshua Umandal had 21 points to lead the Tiger Spikers for the second straight game, while Jhun Senoron and Manuel Medina flanked him with 17 and 10 markers respectively.For FEU, Jude Garcia led the charge with 27 points. Jose Javelona and JP Bugaoan had 13 apiece and Mark Calado chipped in 12 markers of his own.The game now puts UST at a 0-2 record, while FEU stays unbeaten at 2-0. The Tiger Spikers will look to bounce back against DLSU on March 15. 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