The Lady Eagles have finally landed their first ever Shakey’s V-League championship crown just a while ago by defeating Adamson University in Game 2 of their best of three finals series. It was a hard fought duel that lasted 5 sets. Congratulations to Ateneo and to Adamson for giving us an exciting Shakey’s V-League finals match up. First time Ateneo head coach Charo Soriano of Ateneo becomes the youngest coach ever to win a V-League championship crown.
In the previous battle for third place match up, University of St. La Salle ends their best of three series by defeating the Lady Bulldogs in 3 straight sets.
Ateneo de Manila – we are the champions! (for the first time)
Best of three Finals series, Game 2. May 17, 2011 (Tuesday). Ateneo de Manila University defeated Adamson University in 5 sets: 24-26, 25-18, 25-22, 19-25, 15-11. Best Scorers were (#2) Alyssa Valdez of ADMU with a total of 24 won points and (#11) Nerissa Bautista of ADU with 28 points. Game duration: 2hours 18mins.
Finals Most Valuable Player: (#12) Jamenea Ferrer of Ateneo de Manila University
University of St. La Salle gets the third place spot by defeating the Bulldogs
Battle for Third Place (best of three games series), Game 2. May 17, 2011 (Tuesday). University of St. La Salle defeated National University in 3 sets: 25-17, 25-21, 25-13. Best Scorers were (#8) Jovelyn Gonzaga of USL with a total of 13 won points and (#16) Aleona Santiago of NU with 14 points. Game duration: 1hour 23mins.
See the latest game statistics and standings via the Shakey’s V-League 8 Update #18.
I knew it. I should have not hoped for a game 3 and should have woke up and watch the game live at The Arena. I haven’t watched any V-League games live for a long time now. Congratulations again to the Lady Eagles.
By any chance, did anybody record the games? Please share
Will post more Shakey’s V-League action photos in a while… By the way, today is Lady Eagle Ayel Potnongon’s birthday! She must have been Ateneo’s lucky charm today. Happy bday Ayel!