For those of you who have been asking for the updated Shakey’s V-League Season 8 Team Lineups, here’s the updated line-ups (as of Aug. 2):Read more
V-League Season 8
The Shakey’s V-League Season 8 Second Conference will finally be rolling on July 31, 2010 (Sunday) at the San Juan Arena. The opening has been moved several times already (from the original July 3, then was moved to July 24) as the V-League folks had to finds ways to fill in their targeted number of participating teams in order for the league to push through. We are now left with 7 teams namely:Read more
Someone shared this link at some website. In case you want to watch again the Shakey’s V-League 8 First Conference Finals Game 2 between Ateneo de Manila and Adamson University, here’s the entire game recorded and uploaded by someone in YouTube taken from www.philippinewomensvolleyball.blogspot.com website:Read more
I’m not too sure if this is good or bad news. But it’s certainly very interesting. On one hand, losing a lot of school teams can pave the way for the commercialization of teams for Shakey’s V-League as they take in and give chance to corporate teams (so to speak) to participate. Maybe it’s time for the V-League to take risks and create more of these non-school based teams and not merely capitalize on the popularity of college volleyball. Besides, UAAP and NCAA will always be there. Let’s hope that the upcoming Shakey’s V-League Season 8 Second Conference is going to be exciting because of these turn of events. Let’s watch out and support the V-League folks!
This article is taken from BallersPinas.com website:Read more
It’s now confirmed. The Shakey’s V-League Finals will be between Adamson University, who is gunning for a back to back championship, and Ateneo de Manila University hoping to capture their first ever V-League crown. Yesterday, the Lady Eagles won their sudden death match against the NU Lady Bulldogs in 3 sets: 25-21, 25-20, 25-23 to claim the last spot for the Finals.
It’s going to be a best of three series for the Finals between the Falcons and the Eagles. Game 1 will be happening this May 15 (Saturday) at the Fil-Oil Arena (San Juan).
- 2PM: Battle for 3rd Place
National University vs. University of St. La Salle
- 4PM: Finals Game 1
Adamson University vs. Ateneo de Manila University
Ticket prices are as follows: Ringside – P150, Lower Box – P100, General Admission – P50.Read more
Adamson University moves onto the Finals as they defeated University of St. La Salle-Bacolod
yesterday. The Lady Falcons beat their opponents in 4 sets: 26-24, 22-25, 25-17, 25-17. The tandem of Angela Benting and Nerissa Bautista headed the Falcons’ offensive onslaught with 19 and 21 won points respectively.
As for the Lady Eagles, they defeated their semi-finals opponents, National University, in 3 sets however, this win has been forfeited because of a violation committed (an unfortunate error committed by first time head coach Charo Soriano). Bea Tan of Ateneo was entered into the team’s lineup originally as the team libero. But Bea played as a regular player during the NU match. Under the FIVB rules, a libero cannot revert back to playing as a regular player.
Ateneo will face off National University once again for a sudden death game tomorrow, May 12, 4pm at San Juan Arena gym. It’s going to be a heart beaker should Ateneo lose this one.Read more