Sights and smiles at the WNCAA opening

OPENING performance of the UA&P Firestarters and the San Beda Alabang Jr. Red Lions cheerleading squads. PHOTO BY OZZY LAVIÑA

Unitas,’ the Latin word for unity, was the battle cry of host University of Asia and the Pacific at the start of the Women’s National Collegiate Athletic Association (WNCAA) season.

MIRIAM College high school volleyball team. PHOTO BY OZZY LAVIÑA

With the participation of the UA&P Firestarters and San Beda Alabang Jr. Red Lions Cheerleading Squad, the opening ceremony was a simple but classy act enhanced by indigenous music by Pinikpikan.

Given the league’s special focus on basketball, volleyball and cheerleading, this will be a more exciting year for women’s sports.

2bUltimate captured the sights and smiles at the opening rites of the country’s most prestigious women’s sports league.

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