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    Feu lady tams V-league 2014


    Daquis, Gonzaga make immediate impact as FEU closes in on semis with victory over CSB
    From: From the wires
    •May 4, 2014, 05:10 pm

    NEW guest players Rachel Anne Daquis and Jovelyn Gonzaga had little trouble adjusting to FEU’s plays in a 25-18, 25-18, 25-17 win over College of St. Benilde on Sunday at The Arena in San Juan that brought them within a win of the semifinals of the V-League Season 11 First Conference.

    Brought in a few days ago to replace Toni Basas and Gyzelle Sy, former conference MVP Gonzaga and former Finals MVP Daquis made an immediate impact and scored 10 points each as FEU finished the match in just 68 minutes.

    Bernadette Pons led the Lady Tamaraws with 17 points and Mary Palma added 12.

    FEU coach Shaq de los Santos said he felt the team did fine in the first group stage but changing reinforcements would boost their chances of getting through the quarterfinals.

    “Kaya namin naisipan magpalit ng guest player kasi sayang naman ’yung opportunity na puwede namin makuha,” said De los Santos.

    “Good thing pumayag 'yung dalawa maglaro sa amin. Nakapalaking bagay sa amin noon.”

    Daquis and Gonzaga attended practice on Thursday and the former also managed to join the squad’s training session on Saturday.

    The Morayta-based Lady Tamaraws are now 1-1 in Group II, tied with Arellano in second spot. They need to win against the Lady Chiefs on Tuesday to move up to the semifinals.

    Jannine Navarro and team captain Therese Veronas scored 11 points apiece for St. Benilde, which dropped to 0-2.
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

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    Daquis, Gonzaga reinforce FEU for easy win against CSB

    May 4, 2014 4:12pm

    The FEU Lady Tamaraws cruised through the CSB Lady Blazers in their Shakey's V-League Season 11-1st Conference quarterfinals match up in three sets, 25-18 25-18 25-17 Sunday at the FilOil Flying V Arena in San Juan.

    Reinforced by guest players Jovelyn Gonzaga and Rachelle Daquis, the Lady Tamaraws entered the match with a loaded offensive lineup.

    “Kailangan namin ng reinforcements sa team,” said coach Cesael Delos Santos. “Kasi medyo bata pa; kailangan namin ng pagiging leader sa court.”

    The Lady Tamaraws showed off their reloaded roster with a strong first set start. With Remy Palma and Geneveve Casugod facilitating the front-row, FEU prevented the Lady Blazers from taking command of the lead at any point of the set.

    Although CSB came within one point at the 16-15 mark, an all-out attack by FEU from Daquis and Bernadette Pons set the tone for the Lady Tamaraws. The Lady Blazers struggled to contain the Lady Tamaraw’s barrage of attacks as Palma padded FEU’s lead with a series of running kills. A hit by Pons that pierced through the CSB defenders sealed the set at 25-18.

    Therese Veronas and Jeanette Panaga helped the Lady Blazers improve in the second set as they sneaked past the first technical timeout with an 8-7 advantage. However, with unforced miscues by CSB and an FEU spark from the lefty Gonzaga, the Lady Tamaraws turned the score around, going up 16-15.

    The Lady Tamaraws ended the second set with a 9-3 scoring run facilitated by the Pons-Daquis duo. A well-placed tip by Palma that was followed by an Yna Papa service ace resulted in another 25-18 victory, as the Lady Tamaraws held a 2-0 buffer.

    The third set was a similar story as the Lady Blazers’ effort fell short against the well-balanced attack of the Lady Tamaraws. CSB’s Jannine Navarro and Veronas’ production was overpowered by the combination of Pons and Palma. The Lady Tamaraws finished the match with the score of 25-17.

    Navarro and Veronas led the Lady Blazers with 11 points each and were followed by Panaga’s six. CSB was outscored 47-26 in the attack department as seen in the four double-figure scorers of FEU. Pons had the game-high of 17 points and was trailed by Palma’s 12. The guest player duo of Daquis and Gonzaga contributed with 10 markers each. - RAF, GMA News
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

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    FEU Lady Tamaraws, Arellano Lady Chiefs dispute semifinal berth
    From: Mei-Lin Lozada
    •May 5, 2014, 07:00 pm

    IT’s now or never for Far Eastern University and Arellano as they battle for the remaining semifinal berth in Group II on Tuesday in the Shakey's V-League Season 11 First Conference at The Arena in San Juan.

    National University had clinched the first semifinal berth with a 2-0 card and now FEU and Arellano, both at 1-1, are left to battle for the other slot.

    The match starts at 2 p.m.

    The Davao selection also goes for a semifinal spot, while Adamson tries to keep its hopes alive in Group I action at 4 p.m.

    Bernadette Pons and Mary Palma have been playing steady and FEU got the added boost when it tapped national team members Rachel Anne Daquis and Jovelyn Gonzaga as new guest players.

    Lady Tamaraws mentor Shaq de los Santos admitted they lacked leaders in the team and the addition of former league MVP Gonzaga and former Finals MVP Daquis was a huge boost as evidenced in a quick straight sets win over St. Benilde on Sunday.

    “Unang una kaya namin sila kinuha kasi kailangan namin ng magli-lead sa team. Kasi ’yun ang kulang,” said De los Santos.

    “Not actually sa paglalaro, pero ’yung pagiging leader nila ang kailangan namin, kung paano mo dadalhin ang team, paano i-handle ang pressure, paano ang laro sa loob court, ’yung magsasalita para may communication, bali all around, napakalaking bagay noong dalawa.”

    “Sabi ko nga sa mga regular players, sana madala kayo sa gusto mangyari noong dalawang guest player kasi ang gusto ng mga ’yan madala ang team sa target na posisyon, ’yung maging maganda lang ang samahan and then mahatak sa laro noong dalawang guest players,” he added.

    Daquis and Gonzaga were brought in to replace Toni Basas and Gyzelle Sy for the quarterfinals. They came up with 10 markers each to help FEU win against St. Benilde, 25-18, 25-18, 25-17.

    Arellano, meanwhile, is looking to bounce back from a shutout loss to National University and hopes to get big games from Menchie Tubiera, Danna Henson, Shirley Salmagos and Cristine Rosario to clinsh a spot in the round of rour.

    Davao is also a win away from the last four after defeating Ateneo in a five-setter.

    The UST Tigresses lead the group with a 2-0 card and Davao will join them in the semis with a win over Adamson.
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

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    V-LeagueDaquis powers FEU to semis berth with win over Arellano

    May 6, 2014 4:20pm

    The Far Eastern University Lady Tamaraws bagged a ticket to the semifinal round of the Shakey’s V-League Season 11-1st Conference, as they defeated the Arellano Lady Chiefs in four sets, 25-16 25-15 24-26 25-16, Tuesday at the FilOil Flying V Arena in San Juan.

    “Hopefully magtuloy-tuloy ang maganda naming performance,” said FEU head coach Cesael Delos Santos. “Mas aangat na yung kalaban namin at kailangan magdouble effort kami sa practice.”

    He continued by saying how the Lady Tamaraws are ready to compete no matter who their matchup will be. “Basta ang focus is magcompete nang maganda at maipanalo ang laban,” Delos Santos added.

    Arellano had a quick start in the first set with a 5-2 advantage due to Rachelle Ann Daquis’ reception errors. Fortunately for the Lady Tamaraws, Jovelyn Gonzaga’s arsenal of down the line kills and off-speed winners helped FEU reclaim the lead at 10-9. Remy Palma and Bernadette Pons’ efficiency from the service zone then sparked an 8-2 scoring run that placed FEU on top at 18-11.

    The Lady Tamaraw’s accuracy in their serves remained consistent as back-to-back service aces by Daquis sealed the opening set with a nine-point 25-16 win.

    The Lady Chiefs continued to struggle as the Lady Tamaraws opened the second set with an 8-3 start by the first technical timeout. A string of winners from Daquis coupled with three straight attack errors by Arellano capped off a 9-1 scoring outburst that positioned the score in a lopsided 17-4 mark in favor of Far Eastern.

    Arellano was able to escape the deficit with a block by Christine Rosario, a spike by Elaine Sagun and an FEU positional fault that inched them closer at 19-11. Unfortunately for the Lady Chiefs, it was a case of too little and too late as Daquis found her groove on the defensive end with her blocks. Daquis ended the second set by the same manner she finished the first, as her service ace gave FEU the 25-15 victory.

    Arellano answered back in the third set as they capitalized on multiple errors by the Lady Tamaraws. A Pons error gave the Lady Chiefs an 11-7 advantage early in the set. The Lady Chiefs were able to sustain their momentum as Shirley Salamagos served as a defensive wall for Arellano. Errors by Daquis accompanied by Jovielyn Prado and Danna Henson’s stellar performance, and the Lady Chiefs were able to grab set point at 24-20.

    The Lady Tamaraws retaliated as Pons gave the Lady Chiefs’ defenders a huge task at hand, as her spikes continuously found their mark for an FEU point. A running attack by Palma tied the set at 24-all, before the duo of Prado and Henson composed Arellano and scored on two straight opportunities, to grab the third at 26-24.

    The fourth set saw a resurgence from FEU, as they were able to regain the dominant pace they had in the first two. Gonzaga, Pons and Daquis sparked the Lady Tamaraws to the victory. A cleanly-hit spike by Gonzaga that went through Arellano’s defenders ended the match with the score of 25-16.

    “Yung consistency medyo nawala noong third set,” said Delos Santos, though overall, he was pleased by the performance of his squad. Gonzaga and Daquis, the team’s two guest players, finished as the match’s top scorers with 21 and 20 points respectively. The guest player duo also finished as the team’s leaders in the digs department as Gonzaga tallied 13 while Daquis contributed 8.

    Palma followed with 14 markers while Pons notched 11 as the Lady Tamaraws outscored the Lady Chiefs, 51-34 in points won in attacks. FEU also had a 10-3 advantage in the service zone with Daquis tallying five service aces. - AMD, GMA News
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

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    Daquis, Gonzaga take charge as Lady Tamaraws reach semis with four-set win over Lady Chiefs
    From: Mei-Lin Lozada
    •May 6, 2014, 05:10 pm

    NATIONAL team mainstays Jovelyn Gonzaga and Rachel Anne Daquis took charge for Far Eastern University as expected as the Lady Tamaraws claimed a spot in the semifinals with a 25-16, 25-15, 24-26, 25-16 win over Arellano University on Tuesday in the V-League First Conference at The Arena in San Juan.

    Taking a bigger role this this time after their first appearance with FEU just two days ago, former Finals MVP Daquis and former conference MVP Gonzaga delivered 21 and 20 points, respectively, as the Lady Tamaraws improved to 2-1 in Group II and joined defending champion National University (2-0) in the semis.

    They were brought in to take charge of a young squad that had been leaning on rookie Bernadette Pons, and Gonzaga and Daquis did just that, to the delight of FEU coach Shaq de los Santos.

    “Napakalaki ng tulong ng dalawang guest players namin kahit nara-rattle na ang mga bata nadadala nila sila pabalik sa laro,” said FEU coach Shaq delos Santos, who tapped the two nationals to replace Toni Basas and Gyzelle Sy.

    Daquis only attended practice twice and Gonzaga went to training once before Sunday’s straight-sets win over College of St. Benilde, and the two veterans are pleased to deliver right away and help FEU’s rising stars.

    “Pag kasi trabaho, pag pinatawag kami sa Army, ’yun ang priority,” said Gonzaga. “Pero ang maitutulong kasi namin (ni Rachel) sa team is ’yung motivation sa mga bata,” said the 22-year-old Gonzaga.

    “Maliban sa palo, sa serve at sa mga skills, 'yung ma-motivate namin sila, 'yun ang gusto namin madala sa team.”

    Delos Santos was also happy to overcome a 0-1 record at the start of the quarterfinals. The Morayta-based Lady Tams carried over their loss to NU in the eliminations to the next round.

    “Syempre very happy, masarap sa pakiramdam na naka-survive kami doon sa chance (0-1) na ’yun,” he said.

    Danna Henson came up with 11 markers for the Lady Chiefs, who dropped to 1-2 and out of the semifinal race along with St. Benilde (0-2).
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

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    V-League: FEU’s Daquis-Gonzaga duo too much for Arellano
    By Mark Giongco 5:32 pm | Tuesday, May 6th, 2014

    MANILA, Philippines — Guest players Rachelle Ann Daquis and Jovelyn Gonzaga proved their worth anew and Far Eastern University downed Arellano University, 25-16, 25-15, 24-26, 25-16, to clinch a semifinals berth in the Shakey’s V-League Season 11 First Conference at the Arena in San Juan.

    Daquis topscored with 21 points and Gonzaga had 20 points to boost the Lady Tamaraws, a team who appeared out of it in the elimination and quarterfinal rounds and are now primed to make noise in the semifinals following a sudden resurgence with the arrival of their reinforcements.

    “We relaxed in the third set and fortunately we were able to catch up,” said FEU coach Shaq delos Santos in Filipino.

    “Our guest players really make a big difference especially with their experience when the girls are rattled,” added delos Santos.

    Daquis and Gonzaga also combined for 21 digs.

    Remy Joy Palma churned in 14 points while Bernadette Pons added 11 for the Lady Tams, who will be making their first semis appearance since 2010.

    Danna Henson, a former FEU standout, led the Lady Chiefs with 11 markers.

    FEU is now 2-0 since acquiring the services of Daquis and Gonzaga after scoring a 25-18, 25-18, 25-17 victory over College of St. Benilde last Sunday.


    V-League: FEU gets boost from Daquis, Gonzaga, stays in semis hunt.
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

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    Ganda laban eh!
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

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    Lady Tams gain Shakey’s VL Final 4
    By Jasmine W. Payo
    Philippine Daily Inquirer 12:00 am | Wednesday, May 7th, 2014

    Far Eastern University clinched the third semifinal berth while Adamson foiled Davao’s first attempt to complete the Final Four cast in the Shakey’s V-League Season 11 First Conference yesterday at Filoil Flying V Arena.

    New reinforcements Rachel Anne Daquis and Jovelyn Gonzaga delivered again as the Lady Tamaraws ousted Arellano, 25-16, 25-15, 24-26, 25-16, in their knockout quarterfinal battle in Group 2.

    Daquis, who accounted for half of the Lady Tamaraws’ 10 service aces, finished with a game-high 21 points, while Gonzaga led the team’s attacks for a 20-point outing.

    Davao, though, failed to join National University, University of Santo Tomas and FEU in the top four as the Lady Falcons blasted the Agilas, 25-21, 25-23, 25-15, in Group 1.

    Shiela Pineda topscored with 14 built on 11 kills and three service aces and Thai reinforcement Pacharee Sangmuang had 13 points to lead the Lady Falcons’ dominant performance.

    The Lady Falcons, who improved to 1-1, not only kept their semifinal hopes alive but also idle Ateneo’s bid. A playoff for the last semifinal spot will ensue if Adamson loses to UST tomorrow, resulting to a three-way tie among Ateneo, Davao and Adamson.
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

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    F4 na! suzme!
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

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    Sinuwerte lang tayo makapasok sa quarterfinals. Lets thank Davao Lady Agilas (the real Eagles) for defeating SSC Lady Stags.
    Everything's Eventual

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