Gorayeb concerns about performance more than sweep


The season’s most-favorite team San Sebastian is now three matches away from sweeping its way to NCAA Season 92 Women’s Volleyball finals, however coach Roger Gorayeb is more concerned about team’s performance and wants the team to improve in time during the play off phase.

Coach Gorayeb in a statement said –

“Yes we want to sweep, who wouldn’t want that,”

“But I want my team to improve on many aspects like defense and not relying too much on one player but play more as a team.

The Lady Stags this year rose as the only unbeaten team after snatching victory over first six teams. The team further is expected to cement its place in best-of-three championship round after clearing their last three games.

San Sebastian’s last three clashes though will be against Final Four contenders Perpetual Help (3-2) on Jan. 13, Lyceum (4-1) on Jan. 23 and defending champion St. Benilde (5-1) on Jan. 25

“Hard to think of a sweep early because we know our last three games are all strong teams,” Gorayeb added.

Gorayeb raised concern about reigning back-to-back MVP Grethcel Soltones”, stating she has been far from her peak state and is presently just second in the league’s best scoring as she averaged about 16.17 points a game, which is a step behind from last year’s Finals MVP and St. Benilde star Jeanette Panaga’s 17 hits.