You are here:  / Sports / UST Junior Tigresses dominates DLSZ

UST Junior Tigresses dominates DLSZ

The UST Junior Tigresses win over the semifinals against De La Salle-Zobel Junior Lady Spikers last Thursday, November 17, at the UST Quadricentennial Pavilion. The game was a sight to see with the girl’s volleyball team advancing to the finals with a 25-19, 25-22, 24-6, 25-18 win.

Alyssa Valdez, a USTHS GVT Alumni, said she was so proud of USTHS. “It was a good match; it went to the fourth set. Semis n so gusto din naman ng dalawang teams makapasok sa finals,” she said in an exclusive interview with the Social Media Club. Valdez continued saying that both teams were skillful and talented. “Sobrang laki ng potential nila,” she said proudly.

The next showdown will be in best-of-three finals on November 25, 2016, at the Adamson Gym with UST-GVT facing the Nazareth School of National University’s Lady Bullpups.

Below is an exclusive interview from Eya Laure:

Q: How was the game for you? 

E: Uhm, syempre uhm, di pa naman kami, parang alam naman naming may kulang pa rin samin. Sa natitirang 1 week na preparation, hindi namin hahayaan na hindi namin magawa yung mga dapat namin i-accomplish.  And syempre, parang triggered din kami na mag-champion this year.

Q: What’s your goal for this year’s UAAP? 

E: Uhm syempre, yun nga, ang madala yung susunod na UAAP crown. Yun nga yung ilang years na namin gusto kuhanin and alam naman namin kaya namin.

Q: Who inspired you to play volleyball? 

E: Si Ate yung nag-inspire sakin.

LEAVE A REPLY

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked ( required )

Disclaimer

The Official Website of the University of Santo Tomas Junior High School represents the viewer's right to information and free expression. We do not publish false information to the public and is not held liable for any circumstances regarding posting comments on the website's news articles. The views and opinions expressed online by the viewers through their comments or suggestions does not reflect any editorial position of UST Junior High School, the UST Junior High School Social Media Club, or any of its affiliates.