BEACH VOLLEYBALL REPUBLIC: LAKAWON LEG

It took me sometime to learn the dynamics of indoor volleyball before I churned out decent photos.  How different could beach volleyball be? Other than it has less players running around in smaller sand court? It's basically the same.  My sports photos have been improving.  I got this! Lighting won't be a problem this time around since... Continue Reading →

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SHAKEY’S V-LEAGUE 12: UP V CSB

Coach Jerry Yee still has tricks up his sleeves as he gears up for the upcoming UAAP wars.  With thirteen new recruits, the Diliman squad had been busy with off-season tournaments... winning some... and losing a few.  But the game plan was simple, to give exposure and experience for the young crew. Much of the... Continue Reading →

UAAP SEASON 77: UP V NU

Angeli Araneta looked on from the sidelines during the dying end of the third set as the Lady Bulldogs came down hard and closed the match against the Lady Maroons.  She watched helplessly as her team crumbled, loosing the game and bid their hopes for a final four finish goodbye.  What if Kathy wasn't sidelined by an... Continue Reading →

UAAP SEASON 77: UST V NU

Season 77 was probably one of the worst starts for the Tigresses.  They easily won against UE on opening day but lost all four of their succeeding games.  Despite a strong showing during the off season league, UST can't seem to pull themselves together and struggled at the start of the tournament.  UST fans lambasted... Continue Reading →

UAAP SEASON 77: DLSU V UE

It was another day in the office for the Lady Spikers.  And another frustrating game for Coach Francis Vicente and the Lady Warriors.  It didn't help that UE struggled in scoring as they barely crossed double digits in every set. Didn't take a lot of shots in this game.  I was just trying to capture... Continue Reading →

UAAP SEASON 77: ATENEO V UP

Ateneo had a spotless record coming into the game, not dropping even a single set against its opponents.  UP on the other hand had was on a two game winning streak after it dropped its first two games against FEU and NU, and winning it's last two against UE and (a shocking upset against) UST.... Continue Reading →

UAAP SEASON 77: DLSU V ADAMSON

What will life be like for Adamson after losing their ace spiker Bang Pineda? Many predicted that they will be out of the running for the top four spot and will probably battle it out on the bottom half of the standings.  La Salle, on the other hand, has a new captain in the scoring... Continue Reading →

UAAP SEASON 77: UP V FEU

I was as excited as most fans were to see UP go up against FEU, the team that they beat during the second round of Season 76.  The Lady Fighting Maroons was debuting three rookies: a natural setter, though small proved to have been a jewel (pun intended) of a find for Coach Jerry Yee; a tough... Continue Reading →

UAAP SEASON 76: ADMU V FEU

After their loss to the UP Lady Fighting Maroons, the Lady Tamaraws needed to win their last match against the Lady Eagles to get a slot in the final four.  Making the situation even worse for FEU was the fact that one of their middle defenders and big man, Remy Palma was still down from a knee injury. ... Continue Reading →

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