NATIONAL University will look to sweep Far Eastern University for the first Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference title this Saturday at 6:30 p.m. on S+A and S+A HD after subduing the Lady Tams last Wednesday in four sets.
The NU Lady Bulldogs pounced on a Bernadeth Pons-less FEU Lady Tamaraws in four explosive sets, 25-22, 21-25, 25-18, 26-24, and move within a win of sweeping the entire conference in their title drive. Star Jaja Santiago pumped in 23 points on the strength of 15 kills to lead the Lady Bulldogs while Czarina Carandang bannered for the Lady Tams with 17 markers.
Meanwhile, Arellano University blasted the Adamson University in three sets, 25-23, 26-24, 25-14, to grab the opening win in their Battle for Third series. Jovielyn Prado led the way for the Lady Chiefs with 18 points on 11 kills while teammate Regine Arocha cashed in for 15 markers. Joy Dacoron was the top scorer for the Lady Falcons with nine. The second game of their own series will be at 4 pm also on Saturday (Oct. 14) with primetime at 8 p.m. on S+A and S+A HD.
Both Finals’ Game 2 and the Battle for Third Game 2 will be live via multi-cam livestreaming on premiervolleyballleague.com Also catch the awarding ceremony live via livestreaming or after the telecast of Game 2 on S+A and S+A HD.
Meanwhile, “PVL On Tour” is headed to the Batangas City Sports Complex for its second leg this Sunday (October 15) with Banko Perlas Spikers meeting Creamline Cool Smashers, who will be joined by star player Alyssa Valdez at 6 pm, while Pocari Sweat Lady Warriors face Bali Pure Water Defenders at 7:30 p.m.
The Cool Smashers and Perlas Spikers will be coming from victories against the Lady Warriors and Water Defenders, respectively, during the launch of “PVL On Tour” in Cagayan last week.
The multi-cam livestreaming is a pioneering innovation from ABS-CBN Sports introduced in the PVL early this year. By simply going to premiervolleyballleague.com or sports.abs-cbn.com/livestream/pvl, anyone can watch the matches from the angle of their choice: net view, end zone view, and wide view, offering sports fans more options on how to watch and enjoy the games online.
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