La Salle top hitter Raymark Woo fears suffering second ACL tear on same knee
Raymark Woo gets his knee checked after a bad fall early in La Salle's match against Adamson. Dante Peralta

LA Salle top hitter Raymark Woo remained uncertain if he suffered another ACL tear on his left knee after a bad fall during their game against Adamson in the UAAP Season 79 men’s volleyball tournament on Wednesday at The Arena in San Juan.

The fourth year spiker, who is averaging at least 13 points per game, was assisted back to the locker room in the first set and never came back after the incident.

The Falcons capitalized on his absence and pulled off a 24-26, 26-24, 20-25, 26-28 win. 

“Parang may tumunog. Masakit pero sanay na kasi ako dun sa sakit kaya di ko masabi eh,” said Woo, who wore a leg brace after the game.

La Salle will have Woo's knee examined to find out the extent of the injury but the initial diagnosis is that the Archers top gun may have suffered an ACL tear on the same knee that got Woo sidelined for Season 77.

“Parang baka ACL yata sabi nung therapist,” said DLSU coach Nes Pamilar.

La Salle, which absorbed its fourth loss in five outings, will face University of the East on Sunday before it closes the first round of elimination against two-time defending champion Ateneo on March 4.

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