Too early to predict, but it seems that Far Eastern University has found a new scoring machine.
Sans their current win-loss record of 1-3 in the Philippine SuperLiga Collegiate Grand Slam, the FEU Tamaraws could somehow look into the brighter side of their campaign as one of their rookie-spiker Lycha Ebon — a worthy replacement for Bernadeth Pons who already maxed out her collegiate eligibility — emerged as the topscorer after four games.
Collegio San Agustin stuns FEU in the @SuperLigaPH Collegiate Grand Slam in yesterday's game.
— Antoine (@anton_FOXPH) December 2, 2018
With her 29-point explosion in their sorry five-set loss against Collegio San Agustin, Ebon currently tallied 52 total points built from 47 attacks, four aces, and a block in four games, enough to catapult herself on top of the scoring board.
Trailing her are University of Santo Tomas’ Milena Alessandrini, who registered 46 points from 32 attacks, 12 aces, and two blocks, and rookie sensation Eya Laure with 38 points from 31 attacks, four blocks, and three aces. The Tigresses remain as the sole team with an unscathed record, 3-0.
Milena "Amiga" Alessandrini serves an ace to win the match for UST Golden Tigresses against UP, 25-22, 25-17, 25-19, in the 2018 PSL Collegiate Grand Slam. We are at 3-0. #GoUSTe 💛 pic.twitter.com/z8GJxgbZlf
— UST VOLLEYBALL (@UST_Tigerbabes) December 1, 2018
University of the Philippine Lady Maroons’ Tots Carlos, meanwhile, while only playing three games and missed their last game due to injury, racked 33 points to complete the current topscorers.
Games in the PSL Collegiate continue this Saturday with FEU seeks to break back into win column as they face the University of the East at 2 p.m while UP takes on De La Salle – Dasma in the 4 p.m clash.