La Salle remains on top with comeback win over FEU

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Just like in their first round match, it went the full distance. However, it was the Lady Spikers turn to do the comeback trail. The comeback was a success this time.

Behind 18 points each by Kim Dy and Majoy Baron, the Lady Spikers remain on top of the field with a hard-fought 5-set win over FEU 25-17, 21-25, 16-25, 25-20, 15-5 today. The victory also secures them a playoff for a place in the semis.

After dominating the Lady Tams in the opener, the defending champions went cold and eventually trailed two sets to one. It took a solid team effort, including timely contributions by several off-the-bench players to force a decider.

With momentum on their side entering Set 5, the Lady Spikers raced to an early 5-0 lead and pulled away for good. Championship experience along with the right breaks enabled them to complete this come from behind win.

The team has now won 4 games in a row and at 8-2 have avoided a probable 4-team tie for 1st place had they lost. They look to extend their run when they face last place UE next Saturday.