ADAMSON University remained unscathed after it defeated University of the Philippines, 25-22, 19-25, 25-23, 26-24, in the Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference on Sunday at The Arena in San Juan.
Eli Soyud made 21 points for AdU, while Bernadette Flora had 16 markers, 18 digs and 14 excellent receptions as the Lady Falcons extended their winning run to four.
But despite the win, AdU coach Air Padda was disappointed.
“I’m disappointed with the hitters because we train them to be fearless,” said the outspoken American mentor. “I don’t want to win sets by tipping (the ball), I was disappointed with how they approach the set.”
“I don’t know how we won. UP was consistent, they were hitting harder than us. (Ayel) Estrañero was setting great, (Marian) Buitre and (Isa) Molde they were hitting great,” she added. “It frustrated me because it didn’t look like we were hitting back.”
Marian Buitre and Isa Molde each had 15 points for UP, while Lorielyn Bernardo and Aieshalaine Ganaban added 10 markers apiece.
The Lady Maroons slid to 2-2.