The pace of the match for FEU startedslow in the third frame and even trailed at 9-11. However, booming hits fromCayuna and Villareal gave the Lady Tamaraws the upper hand before Cayuna closedthe match with two service aces. Far Eastern University Lady Tamaraws’ Ivana Agudo drops the ball against two University of the East Lady Warriors defenders. UAAP The Lady Tamaraws set the tone early inthe match with an 8-3 edge following a hit by Villareal and Agudo. The leadextended further to 16-4 in the second technical timeout en route to an easyfirst set triumph. Mary Ann Mendrez was the lone brightspot for UE with 13 points – all coming from attacks – while Janeca Lanacontributed eight markers in the losing effort. Jeanette Villareal fired 11 points builton eight attacks, two blocks and a service ace, while Ivana Agudo contributed10 markers, including nine attacks, for the revamped Lady Tamaraws. Angel Cayuna finished the match with 18excellent sets to go along with eight points, including four in the latter partof third set, while Ilongga libero Ria Duremdes listed 22 excellent digs andfour excellent receptions. In the men’s division, Season 81runner-up FEU Tamaraws held off UE Red Warriors in straight sets, 25-10, 25-22,25-23. JJ Javelona, a rookie out of FEU’s high school program, spearheaded thecharge with 11 points./PN MANILA – Far Eastern University (FEU)Lady Tamaraws opened its campaign in the UAAP Season 82 Women’s Volleyball witha rousing 25-9, 25-20, 25-17 sweep over the University of the East (UE) LadyWarriors at the SM Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City yesterday. UE managed to keep in step with FEU inthe second set and were just down 16-14, but FEU leaned on hits from CzarinaCarandang, Shiela Kiseo and Zen Perolino to grab a 2-0 set lead.