MANILA, Philippines – Aya Lore is thinking about her future after the University of Santo Thomas’ Stapledar was knocked out of the semifinals of the UAAP Season 84 Women’s Volleyball Tournament.
The league’s top scorer unloaded an all-time effort of 15 points, 17 great receptions and eight digs, but the US lost their knockout semifinal doubles at No. 4 Atenio, 23-25, 23-25, 20-25 at the Mall of Asia Arena on Tuesday.
After playing his second full season with UST, Lor wonders if he will still play in his collegiate career or become a professional.
“Now I want to think first but of course,” Laurie said. “I’ll think about it carefully because it’s not easy to leave the UST like this.”
[For now, I will think about it. It won’t be an easy decision to make because it’s hard to leave UST.]
The 23-year-old Spyker still has two playing years left, even after helping the Tigers reach the final in the 2019 season 81. His estimated second year was shortened to two games due to Covid’s first wave. 19 epidemics.
Lore has spent her entire playing career with UST since high school.
After a tough season at 84, Lor wants to take his time before deciding to recover from an injury, which he did not disclose.
“I can’t answer that right now. I have to recover and train because I have an injury this season. Some people have noticed that I have played through injuries. I need to rehabilitate and strengthen my body, “Lor said.
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