BACOOR City — Generika-Ayala import Symone Hayden kept her head up despite a skidding start for the Life Savers in the Philippine Super Liga Grand Prix.
The Life Savers absorbed another disappointing loss at the hands of Sta. Lucia, 25-21, 21-25, 25-23, 15-25, 7-15, on Tuesday just three days after Foton asserted its might on them.
Hayden, who led the team with 27 points, built on 25 spikes, and 12 excellent receptions, remained optimistic.
“No, I’m not frustrated because it’s early on and I know that we’ll pull it together in the coming games,” she said.
Generika-Ayala is currently at the bottom with a 0-2 win-loss record.
But the 23-year old American spiker is confident that they can do better on their next game against Petron on March 6.
“I think we just need to work together next game, helping each other and just playing our game because once we play our game and play hard I think we can win,” she said.
“I look forward to us just playing together, playing harder and with more fight,” she added.