La Salle’s Angel Canino shows respect for Adamson rookie Trisha Tubu
In the game between La Salle and Adamson in the UAAP Season 85 women’s volleyball tournament, Angel Canino proved to be a vital asset to her team’s success. Despite her earlier slow start, Canino rallied her team to a 22-25, 25-14, 25-16, 25-19 victory over Adamson, landing 21 points and staying unbeaten in six games.
As the leading scorer for La Salle, Canino expressed her high respect for Adamson’s rookie Trisha Tubu, who had 13 points. While Canino came out on top, she does not view their head-to-head as a rivalry, stating that both players deserve the same level of respect regardless of who wins.
“I don’t see us as having a rivalry as super rookies. Respect to her because she is her own player and I am my own player,” said Canino.
Canino acknowledged Tubu’s contributions to her team’s success, stating that she is a reliable player who never surrenders. Driven by respect for their opponents, Canino and her team always prepare for their games with the objective to win.
La Salle is now one step closer to achieving a first-round sweep and will aim to complete it against the current champion National University Lady Bulldogs in their upcoming game.
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