Lady Tams gore Lady Maroons for third win in a row in UAAP 82

ABS-CBN Sports on Oct 06, 2019 01:31 PM
Lady Tams gore Lady Maroons for third win in a row
(Photo courtesy of UAAP)

Far Eastern University blew University of the Philippines out by 30 points, 76-46, for its third straight win in the UAAP Season 82 Women's Basketball Tournament Sunday at Mall of Asia Arena.

Valerie Mamaril led the Lady Tamaraws with 21 points, three steals, and two assists, while Clare Castro got her way down low with 17 points and seven rebounds to help their side improve to a 6-2 record.

"Gusto naming mamuhunan at nabigyan kami ng medyo magaan na kalaban. Confidence boost namin ito to start the second round," said coach Bert Flores.

Judy Abat corralled nine points, nine rebounds, and four assists, while Choy Bahuyan had eight points, seven boards, and two dimes in a game where FEU tried to uplift the morale of its other players.

The Lady Tamaraws used a 22-point second quarter to run away from the Lady Maroons at halftime, 35-18, before the lead swelled to as high as 33 numerous times in the payoff period.

Now, FEU can turn its attention against the undefeated NU slated on Wednesday.

"Mas lalong lumalim yung team nila eh. Naka-adjust na rin itong NU. Kami naman, after Clare puro maliliit na ang players namin kaya sana pumasok yung mga three-points namin," said Flores of that colossal Finals rematch at the Big Dome.

Lulu Ordoveza topped the still-winless UP (0-8) with 12 points and six rebounds as it suffered its 38th straight loss.

Jona Lebico had herself 10 points and nine boards, while Pat Pesquera nabbed a double-double with her 10 points and 13 rebounds in the losing cause for the Lady Maroons.

The Scores:

FEU 76 -- Mamaril 21, Castro 17, Abat 9, Bahuyan 8, Jumuad 6, Quiapo 5, Adriano 3, Pacia 3, Delos Santos 2, Payadon 2, Antiola 0, Bastatas 0, Nagma 0, Vidal 0, Villanueva 0.

UP 46 -- Ordoveza 12, Lebico 10, Pesquera 10, Sanchez 7, De Leon 2, Gonzales 2, Gusilatar 1, Hidalgo 0, Larrosa 0, Lucman 0, Taulava 0.

Quarterscores: 13-5, 35-18, 57-32, 76-46.

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