Check out the latest UAAP Volleyball Team Standings. After 2 rounds of volleyball action during the Eliminations, we now have the Final Four. At least we know who are the top four teams for Men’s and Women’s UAAP Volleyball. But since we have some teams that are tied in the rankings, play-off games are necessary to determine the final rankings as required by the UAAP rules. Here are the play-off games to be held this Wednesday:Read more
Ouch. Why La Salle, WHY???
Like Rick, I have no idea how to spin this in a positive way. This is just a damn travesty to the sport of volleyball and yet another setback for the La Salle sports program. Look, I have nothing against La Salle, but..
“Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.”
Good luck to the rest of the teams, may the games be exciting so we could all forget this horrendous saga. Again.Read more
Thanks to Edison and Arci for sharing the game sked. I’m sure a lot of volleyball fans enjoyed watching the first round. Things got more dramatic towards the end of the first round. There had been a lot of upsets, injuries, and other unexpected things that took place. So expect the second round to be even more exciting and thrilling. Here’s the UAAP Women’s Volleyball 2nd Round game schedule:Read more
UPDATE (again): From hereon, just visit this dedicated UAAP Volleyball team standings post to see the latest standings. You can also view the complete game results and team / player stats by downloading the latest UAAP Daily Bulletins over there!
On top of the food chain is University of Santo Tomas with flawless records for both Men’s and Women’s UAAP Volleyball. Based on the game results we have so far, here’s the UAAP Volleyball Season 70 Team Standings:Read more
Was browsing through the TV channels last week (Friday) when I stumbled upon the 24th SEA Games being televised on NBN Channel 4. The 24th SEA Games was held at Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand (December 6-15, 2007). Team Philippines sent a total of 4 pairs for beach volleyball (for both Men’s and Women’s).
Does anybody know why Philippines did not have any representation during the 2007 24th SEA Games for indoor volleyball?Read more
I stumbled upon a news article that goes “Philippine volleyball player slain in Dasmarinas robbery”. According to the reports, two people were killed while five others were wounded when three gunmen barged into the victims’ residence in Das Marinas, Cavite before dawn. One of the victims was 22-year-old Ronnie Borlagdatan, a promising national volleyball player dubbed as MR. MVP. He played for De La Salle Das Marinas.Read more
Congratulations to coach Sherwin Malonzo and to her beautiful wife Astrid Uy-Malonzo. They have finally tied the knot on the seventh of July, 2007. Yup, that’s lucky number 777. At least, there will be no excuse for either of them not to remember their wedding anniversary. The Latino themed wedding took place at the Parish of Our Lady of the Abandoned in Marikina City.
Coach Sherwin has been both a player and coach for the Ateneo de Manila Volleyball Team. So that’s why almost half of the guests were volleyball players. It was a very solemn and lovely evening. Congrats to the newlyweds once again.
But hey, I’m here not to talk about the wedding. It’s the proposal (a year ago during Valentine’s Day I think) that led to the wedding that’s interesting. Just see for yourself.Read more