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Shakey's Super League quarterfinals slated this weekend

MANILA, Philippines – Top seeds National University, Far Eastern University, University of Santo Tomas and Adamson shoot for quick Final Four tickets against separate counterparts in the Shakey’s Super League (SSL) Collegiate Pre-Season Championships Season 2 quarterfinals this weekend at the Rizal Memorial Coliseum in Manila.

Equipped with twice-to-beat incentives, the four squads led by reigning champion and only unbeaten squad NU wants no part of an upset axe from bottom-ranked squads when it goes up against the University of the East tomorrow that will also feature a duel between Adamson and Arellano.

FEU and UST take on Ateneo and College of St. Benilde at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m., respectively, on Saturday.

NU (6-0) and UST (5-1) topped Pool E, while FEU (5-1) and Adamson (5-1) led Pool F to clinch win-once bonuses in the quarterfinals, with the Lady Tamaraws eyeing to be the first to make the most out of it.

“Dapat maging consistent pa kami sa ginagawa namin. Hindi namin ito ite-take as advantage. Para sa amin, must-win ang every game. ‘Yun ang mentality namin,” said coach Manolo Refugia.

The Lady Bulldogs echo the same mindset, keeping their thirst and hunger for more like the way they swept through the SSL opposition last year to capture the inaugural title.

“Dapat, kami pa ‘yung mas gustong manalo palagi. It’s more on the character in the playoffs. Ganoon pa rin, ang goal is to reach the finals and win it all. Dapat maging aggressive pa rin. Walang magre-relax,” said the returning mentor Norman Miguel.