Dominance and Destiny: A special summary

Before we start another page this coming summer of a number of volleyball tournaments, let me first summarize what has transpired the past school year in all volleyball leagues.

Be it UAAP, NCAA, WNCAA, V-League or whichever league there is, the champions this school year were nevertheless the teams who were expected and destined or one whom everyone was predicting to be champions. There were tests in the middle of the way but it’s what made them win and go the extra mile. It is what brought them also to the Promised Land.


1st Conference – Adamson University

If you can still remember, critics were discounting Adamson of winning the championship last summer for the reason that Coach Dulce Pante was overexposing her girls to various tournaments. Adamson, in the Final Four, even lost to a hapless Lyceum squad and arranged a do-or-die game against runner-up Ateneo. The Finals featured Ateneo and Adamson but clearly, frustration caught up with Adamson. They were just so eager, frustrated and determined to win the crown against a team who is in an unfamiliar territory. Hence, they won the championship easily led by ironically Ateneo’s former guest player Miss Nerissa Bautista who was likewise named the Season MVP and the Finals MVP. So powerful was their team that it had Miss Janet Serafica, Miss Rissa Jane Laguilles, Miss Angela Benting, Miss Lizlee Ann Gata and Miss Michelle Segodine to help both in offense and defense.

2nd Conference – San Sebastian College (Recoletos)

When San Sebastian had their first game, it is no doubt that they are in for a treat. Having Suzanne Roces is the link that would complete a very powerful yet disappointing San Sebastian team, which at that time, has not yet won a V-League crown despite winning three straight titles in the NCAA. With Bualee being absent the whole season after reinforcing the team for two years, the Lady Stags of Recto just played pure teamwork and capitalized their strong first six which was composed of Miss Analyn Joy Benito, Miss Laurence Anne Latigay, Miss Jacqueline Mondejar, Miss Rysabelle Devanadera, Miss Charisse Vernon and of course, the woman who has brought home a lot of championships Miss Suzanne Roces. The team was just too powerful and they had no weak spot compared to other teams. It was really destiny.


Women’s Division – University of Saint La Salle

The Bacolod-based Lasallians killed fellow V-League team USJ-R Lady Jaguars to win the crown that featured a team with their guest players at helm.

Men’s Division – University of Santo Tomas

It didn’t stop with UAAP. UST still won the PRISAA with the help of FEU veterans Mister Edjet Mabbayad and Mister Jessie Lopez to clinch their first ever PRISAA championship and with dominance at that.

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do you have the schedule and opening day for shakey’s v-league2009?

As soon as we get it, we’ll post it here at πŸ™‚

have any idea when the v league starts?

The V-League will tentatively start on April 19. There are no details yet so check this site soon for the full details on the upcoming Season 6.

Mabuhay! It’s good the site is alive again.

Yeah. Post more para ‘umapoy’ ulit! Haha.

Yes! The site is alive!
How are the spikey people?!

Invite the spikey peeps here again and invite more new para it would be merrier.

am happy spikeithard is back…

hindi naman nawala ang spikeithard eh πŸ™‚ naging super busy lang… i’m trying to call for interested guest bloggers nga to write for like what Miles do… anyone interested, just let me know so i can give you access πŸ™‚

sana well keep this site updated… i always post messgaes here before pero parang nagfreeze ng isang buong taon… kasi dito my stas updates…

salamat spikeithard…

As said, we will try our best to resurrect with a bang this website again. Haha. We missed a year of volleyball season. So I guess we have to really make it up to you guys.


UST-MVT swept the Nat’l PRISAA in Zamboanga City using an all-UST squad. the planned reinforcement by FEU players did not push through due to conflict in schedule (Edjet’s own preparation for Beach Volleyball).

thanks for reviving this site… i almost removed this from my bookmarks!

Welcome Coach Odjie! Sure. We will correct that ASAP.

We will be updating this site with a lot of new stuff. Promise!

miles, favor, please post here the official line up for each team joining the v-league… thanks in advance and good day!!!

looking forward to reading more volleyball stuff from this AWESOME site! more power!


hehehe… narevive na ang spikey…

namiss ko kayong lahat…

natonal open daw this may….

Nestea Beach Volley is ongoing. Wasn’t able to watch the Luzon leg held in SM Mall of Asia. The Boracay finals will be May 6-9 I think. πŸ™‚

You want the info sir Otie emailed me? Send ko sayo ha… πŸ™‚

i was there nung finals day, although hanggang 2pm lang ako, may work kasi sa hapon kaya hindi ko na tinapos ung games, kasama ko yung anak-anakan namin, hehe… sige kuya spike, send mo na lang po… i’ll try to make a write up din tsaka send you some pics…

sobrang konti as compare to last year’s… send ko sayo cguro this wikend. i’ll do a write-up na din

hi po..ask ko lang kung maglalaro po ba si tabaquero ng v-league..kakamiss mo po kce cya……the pamewang girl..haahaha..

No doubt UST MVT is really a great team.
Nawirdohan lang ako kasi I heard Edjet would become a player of UST or guest player in Nat’l PRISAA..
How weird?
I wonder pano ang magiging interaction niya with UST’s player considering na tinalo siya ng team last UAAP season 70… πŸ˜‰

salamat at meron ulit….me mababasa na ulit ako…

Wow! Alive and Kicking..sino po nagsulat ng article?

tanong ko lang po kung graduate na po ba si morada and segodine? tnx!