NU claims UAAP 75 men’s volleyball title

Bulldogs’ Torres claims MVP plum


National University celebrates its first men’s volleyball championship by dethroning Far Eastern University in game three of their UAAP 75 title clash Saturday, March 9, 2013. CELEST FLORES/

MANILA, Philippines — National University nabbed its first ever UAAP men’s volleyball title, dethroning Far Eastern University, 26-24, 25-22, 23-25, 25-19, in game three of the season 75 finals on Saturday at the Arena in San Juan.

Peter Torres put the period on the championship series by converting on a powerful, match-clinching attack — a fitting finish to a performance worthy of the finals MVP award.

The high-leaping Torres dished out 15 points (13 on hits), while Jan Berlin Paglinawan paced NU in points with 16.

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  • ofwvnpsh

    congrats bulldogs!
    congrats mr. hans sy!
    congrats to the players!
    thanks mr. jun baculi!
    we love NU!

  • nonoydan

    Congrats NU. It shows that no institution can dominate the championship if others also try hard.

  • Entropia

    Congratulations NU!

  • antoncervantesjr

    To Anton montinola: I hope you get to enjoy this runner up finish. Talk about manipulation of the uaap ,board in changing the,residency rules…sheesh

  • gerry Bernardo

    konti lang nanood!.  compared to Womens Volleyball na dinudumog talaga! exciting! Sikat talaga ang Womens Volley!.. lol! :)

    • rouelcalzita

      The attractive or seductive looking ladies player w/c may attracted by many enthusiast. 

    • Lawson

      uaap women’s volleyball wear tight shorts. men spectators get to see the shape of their vagina & buttocks that’s why women’s volleyball is very, very popular while men’s totally boring.

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