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The Lady Spikers easily disposed of UE earlier today in straight sets 25-15, 25-14, 25-13 to notch their third straight win.

It was all La Salle from the get go. Except for a brief rally by Lady Warriors in the first set, the team never felt threatened in the entire match. It’s such a one-sided game, coach Ramil had the luxury to field in almost his entire bench to close out the last two sets.

Mika Reyes top scored for the Lady Spikers with 11 points while Abi Maraño added 9 markers.

La Salle improves to 3-1, tied with Adamson for second place behind 4-0 Ateneo.

The team will face NU on Wednesday before the holiday break. The Bulldogs are at 2-2 are coming off a heartbreaking loss to Ateneo yesterday wherein they blew a 2-0 set lead.