Monthly Archives: April, 2016

Greenstincts: Waiting for the Lady Spikers’ knockout punch

When the DLSU Lady Spikers clawed back from a 20-24 deficit in the second set to tie the score at 24-all and eventually win 28-26, I was 99.99% sure that La Salle would wrap up the third set and...

Greenstincts: Quiet Lady Spikers let their play do the talking

Defying DLSU head coach Ramil de Jesus’ assessment, it turns out that the “underdog” Lady Spikers only needed three days to fully prepare for the two-time defending champions Ateneo Lady Eagles. The 25-22, 25-22, 25-21 Game 1 win was...

Greenstincts: Lady Spikers grab Lady Tamaraws by the horns

The dust had not yet settled at the Mall of Asia Arena when I heard familiar chants of “Beat Ateneo! Animo La Salle!” After a nightmarish five-set upset during Game 1 last Sunday, the DLSU Lady Spikers finally put...

Greenstincts: It’s déjà vu for the Lady Spikers

Sunday’s 25-15, 25-23, 23-25, 21-25, 14-16 Final Four loss to FEU left several DLSU Lady Spikers in tears; wasting several chances to punch its ticket to the championship round against Ateneo, while giving up a lot of free points...

Greenstincts: For the Lady Spikers, there are no moral victories

In the field of economics and decision theory, the concept of loss aversion states that losses are twice as powerful, psychologically, as gains or wins. In the context of the UAAP and women’s volleyball, the gravity and resulting misery...

Lady Spikers move Cyd Demecillo to Libero for the rest of the season

The De La Salle Lady Spikers make a sudden change in their rotation as the coaching staff confirmed this week that veteran Cyd Demecillo will be moving to the Libero position until the end of the tournament. She replaces rookie CJ...
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In their mission to demonstrate that college sports still has a role to play in nation-building amidst the outbreak...
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