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green_minded
02-06-2006, 03:06 PM
I read this in the newspaper days ago. Opening would be on February 18 ata at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium. Some teams included are FEU and Letran plus other vismin squads. 8)

AnthonyServinio
02-06-2006, 11:49 PM
I read this in the newspaper days ago. Opening would be on February 18 ata at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium. Some teams included are FEU and Letran plus other vismin squads. 8)
You have to be clear on this one if this is the one by the POC-recognized PBF or the Chinese-controlled and discredited BAP. ???

green_minded
02-08-2006, 11:02 PM
Dunno e. This event will run from February 18-27 at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium and Rizal Memorial Coliseum. I read it in the Manila Bulletin today. Letran is in Group A while FEU is in Group B. 8)

gameface_one
02-20-2006, 10:25 AM
USC Warriors pull off historic triumph; join USPF bantams into national final
By Caecent O. No-ot
The Freeman 02/20/2006

For the first time in 50 years, the University of San Carlos (USC) Warriors advanced to the BAP-sanctioned National Students Baksetball Championship after edging out the University of San Jose-Recoletos Jaguars, 90-81, in the sudden-death final of the Central Visayas qualifying round yesterday at the Cebu Coliseum.

Earlier, the University of Southern Philippines-Foundation Baby Panthers earned the region to represent the region in the secondary division after mauling Salazar College of Science and Institute of Technology, 100-85.

Niño Ramirez erupted with 28 points spiked with four 3-pointers, while top center Enrico Llano bulldozed his way into a 22-point finish to power USC to its first trip to the national scene since the Warriors accomplished the feat in 1956 when the team was still coached by the late Juan "Dodong" Aquino, Jr.

Incidentally, the Carolinians are celebrating their 'Golden Year' as a university.

It was the close battle from the start to finish, but the USC Warriors fought with fortitude and craftiness in the closing minutes of the game to dispose off the equally-tough Jaguars.

Thus, it will be the USC Warriors and the USPF Panthers who will enjoy the panoramic view of the world-famous Mayon Volcano as they carry the region's banner in the BAP National Students Championship in Albay next week.

The collegiate action is set from February 27 to March 7 in Legaspi City, while the secondary battle will be held in Daet, Camarines Norte from February 28 to March 6.

The scores

Juniors

USPF (100) - Hermosa 25, Ferraren 19, Tiro 17, Nunez 10, Loon 8, Sabillo 6, Aligno 4, Dysam 2

SCSIT (85) - Violago 32, Diano 16, Canoy 12, Lawas 10, Gitalaga 6, Villamor 4, Naag 3.

Seniors

USC (90) - Ramirez 28, Llanto 22, Jueves 8, Sharma 7, Tangarorang 7, Tagalog 6, Joven 4, Padayao 4

USJ-R (81) - Gudez 21, Malinao 15, Pogoy 9, Lozano 8, Gabas 7, Maconocio 5, Justiniani 4, Villahermosa 4, Lasko 1

gameface_one
02-20-2006, 10:26 AM
PBFI National STUDENTS Championship: Mighty UV bombs out University of Zambo
By Gabby G. Malagar
The Freeman 02/20/2006

For the second time, the mighty University of the Visayas Green Lancers scored another wreckage - an 88-47 bashing of the University of Zamboanga in the Philippine Basketball Federation inc. (PBFI) National Students Championship yesterday at the Rizal Memorial Coliseum.

The Lancers are gunning for their third straight victory at 1:30 pm today when they go up against one of their top rivals in Manuel Luis quezon University (MLQU) Stallions.

Eulogio Lasala Jr. again cashed in dougle figures just like in their 110-31 massacre of the University of Nueva Caceres the other day.

Lasala topscored for the Lancers with 14 points even as four others also finished in double digits underscoring their balanced attack.

Obviously, coach Elmer "Boy" Cabahug was hiding some of his aces in order for his key players not be scouted well by their opponents. Those who are yet to show their stuffs are Jayford Rodriguez, Ariel Mepaña and Kim Calo.

Jezar Esperat, Morsie Akad, and Rino Berami combined for 36 points as the UV Green Lancers sprinted to the top of the totem pole with a clean 2-0 slate.

Also expected to carry the load for the Lancers today is reigning CESAFI MVP Mark Ababon.

While the Lancers are celebrating, their secondary counterparts were not as lucky as the Baby Lancers fell at the hands of NCAA junior champion San Sebastian College.

The Baby Lancers cannot afford to lose against San Beda today as this means they will go home early.

The scores

UV (88) - Lasala 14, Esperat 13, Akad 12, Berami 11, Santos 10, Mepaña 9, Rodriguez 6, Abelong 5, Calo 4, Ababon 2, Lanete 2

U. Zambo (47) - Sebastian 13, Dullin 11, Saavedra 10, Sebastian 6, Dela Cruz 2, Flores 1

cackler
02-20-2006, 10:57 AM
gameface-one:

I think they are referring to the games being played in Manila.

I was in Rizal Coliseum yesterday afternoon and I saw the game between Letran and a a Tarlac University. I also saw the PCU Dolphins trounce University of Nueva Caceres. I also watched the start of the FEU game against San Sebastian Recoletos - Cavite.

The pressing defense of Letran looks very fined tuned. Coach Alas was also scouting PCU. Letran sure looks dead serious in its preparation for the NCAA wars.

Gerila and Baracael seems to have been elevated to FEU Team A. Kulang pa rin ng big man ang FEU.

AnthonyServinio
02-20-2006, 02:20 PM
I think they are referring to the games being played in Manila.
Yes, the games in Manila are by the POC-recognized and legitimate NSA for basketball the Philippine Basketball Federation (PBF). From what I understand, the Chinese-controlled and discredited Basketball Association of the Philippines (BAP) will hold their version of this tournament in a couple of days time in Bicol, albeit with less glamorous teams.

Wang-Bu
02-20-2006, 08:03 PM
Leche talagang BAP ito, sana sila na lang ang na-mudslide.

green_minded
02-21-2006, 07:41 AM
Lady Falcons clinch nat’l students crown
Inquirer

ADAMSON University routed St. Louis University of Baguio, 73-29, yesterday to capture the women’s division title in the National Students Basketball Championships at the Rizal Memorial Coliseum.

Four Lady Falcons combined for 51 points as they completed a sweep of the division that also included University Athletics Association of the Philippines champion Ateneo de Manila University and AMA Computer University, which were still playing for second place at press time.

“We’re very fortunate this time unlike in our recent campaign in the UAAP,” said Adamson coach Emelia Vega. “The team is getting stronger and the players are responding well to our adjustments.”

The Lady Falcons finished runner-up to Ateneo in the UAAP.

The University of Visayas Lancers were the morning sensation as they clipped Manuel L. Quezon University, 73-64, for a third straight victory that set them up for a vital outing with UAAP kingpin Far Eastern University as the top team in group B.

“Everybody has to play hard because we are not very complete as a team,” said Elmer Cabahug, a former PBA sweet shooter who coaches UV along with fellow former pro and rifleman Al Solis.

UV is missing the services of Joseph Quiñahan, who’s nursing a leg injury.

Not to be outdone, the Tamaraws, still saving UAAP MVP Arwind Santos for last, toyed with Universidad de Zamboanga, 91-61, for their second victory in as many days in the event backed by San Miguel Corp., Petron and Aktivade.

Wild Card entry and NCAA runner-up Philippine Christian University matched steps with Group A favorite and NCAA champion Letran College following a 95-38 rout of winless Tarlac State University, 95-38, at the Emilio Aguinaldo College gym where the high school contests are being played.

PCU and Letran stay undefeated in the five-team group but San Sebastian College-Recoletos of Cavite, which carries a 2-1 slate following a 91-64 triumph over Cordillera College, still cradles a shot at one of two crossover semifinals seats.

PCU’s Baby Dolphins dumped Don Bosco Tarlac, 124-34, for win number three in Group A even as UAAP champion La Salle Zobel dumped West Negros College, 99-60, for a 2-1 card.

In the other group, San Beda College secured a semifinals slot after besting University of Visayas, 78-66, and will wait for another confrontation with NCAA tormentor and titlist San Sebastian College, which is unbeaten in two games.

In a no-bearing match, St. Joseph of Zamboanga edged University of Perpetual Help-Laguna, 82-78, also in Group B.

gameface_one
02-22-2006, 10:33 AM
Knights corner semifinal berth

First posted 02:35am (Mla time) Feb 22, 2006
Inquirer



Editor's Note: Published on page A30 of the Feb. 22, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer


NCAA CHAMPION Letran College trounced its league counterpart from Southern Luzon, San Sebastian College-Recoletos of Cavite, 71-58, yesterday to clinch a semifinal seat in the collegiate division of the National Students Basketball Championships at the Rizal Memorial Coliseum.

The Knights applied a debilitating full court press to build a 60-47 spread at the end of the third period and coast to their third straight victory in as many outings.

Jonathan Aldave led all scorers with 16 as Letran arranged a meeting with Philippine Christian University, also 3-0, for Group A honors in a match that rekindles the NCAA 2005 finale.

UAAP titlist Far Eastern University dumped Manuel L. Quezon University, 83-68, for a third straight win that primed the Tamaraws for a pivotal game against University of Visayas, also 3-0, in Group B.

Lefty Jeffri Allan Chan led five double figure scorers from FEU with 16 as the Tamaraws braced for the return of their hottest star, Arwind Santos, who did not play in their first three games.

PCU marched into the semis of the tournament supported by San Miguel Corp., Petron, thirst quencher Aktivade and Molten basketball, by trouncing winless Cordillera College, 101-65.

UAAP juniors division champion La Salle-Zobel claimed the No. 2 slot in Group A after dumping Holy Child of Davao, 94-68, for its third win in four games. The PCU Baby Dolphins are unbeaten in three games at the Emilio Aguinaldo College gym.

green_minded
02-22-2006, 12:50 PM
Hope someone here would post the upcoming game skeds. Thanks. 8)

AnthonyServinio
02-22-2006, 09:58 PM
TEAM STANDINGS

GROUP A
*Far Eastern 4-0
*Visayas 3-1
Manuel L. Quezon 2-2
Zamboanga 1-3
Nueva Caceres 0-4

GROUP B
*Letran 4-0
*Philippine Christian 3-1
San Sebastian-Cavite 2-2
Tarlac State 1-3
Cordillera 0-4

* = semifinalist

February 24 (Fri) -- Rizal Memorial Coliseum
1:30PM Letran vs. Visayas (Semifinal A)
3:15PM Far Eastern vs. Philippine Christian (Semifinal B)

February 25 (Sat) -- Rizal Memorial Coliseum
11:45AM Loser vs. Loser (for Third Place)
3:15PM Winner vs. Winner (Championship)


GAME RESULTS

February 18 (Sat) -- Rizal Memorial Coliseum
Manuel L. Quezon d. Zamboanga, 76-59
San Sebastian-Cavite d. Tarlac State, 106-37
Letran d. Cordillera, 93-49
Visayas d. Nueva Caceres, 110-31

February 19 (Sun) -- Rizal Memorial Coliseum
Letran d. Tarlac State, 117-38
Far Eastern d. Nueva Caceres, 89-35
Philippine Christian d. San Sebastian-Cavite, 75-65
Visayas d. Zamboanga, 88-47

February 20 (Mon) -- Rizal Memorial Coliseum
Philippine Christian d. Tarlac State, 95-38
San Sebastian-Cavite d. Cordillera, 91-64
Far Eastern d. Zamboanga, 91-61
Visayas d. Manuel L. Quezon, 73-64

February 21 (Tue) -- Rizal Memorial Coliseum
Phiilippine Christian d. Cordillera, 101-65
Far Eastern d. Manuel L. Quezon, 83-68
Letran d. San Sebastian-Cavite, 71-58
Zamboanga d. Nueva Caceres, 69-57

February 22 (Wed) -- Rizal Memorial Coliseum
Tarlac State d. Cordillera, 77-69
Manuel L. Quezon d. Nueva Caceres, 74-57
Far Eastern d. Visayas, 81-71
Letran d. Philippine Christian, 73-64

AnthonyServinio
02-22-2006, 10:06 PM
FINAL TEAM STANDINGS

Adamson 3-0
Ateneo de Manila 2-1
AMA Computer 1-2
Saint Louis 0-3


GAME RESULTS

February 18 (Sat) -- Rizal Memorial Coliseum
Ateneo de Manila d. Saint Louis, 74-45
Adamson d. AMA Computer, 75-40

February 19 (Sun) -- Rizal Memorial Coliseum
AMA Computer d. Saint Louis, 59-51
Adamson d. Ateneo de Manila, 75-67

February 20 (Mon) -- Rizal Memorial Coliseum
Adamson d. Saint Louis, 73-29
Ateneo de Manila d. AMA Computer, 57-46

AnthonyServinio
02-22-2006, 10:20 PM
TEAM STANDINGS

GROUP A
*PCU-Union 4-0
*De La Salle-Zobel 3-1
West Negros 2-2
Holy Child-Davao 1-3
Don Bosco-Tarlac 0-4

GROUP B
*San Sebastian-Manila 4-0
*San Beda-Manila 3-1
Visayas 2-2
Saint Joseph 1-3
Perpetual Help-Laguna 0-4

* = semifinalist

February 24 (Fri) -- Rizal Memorial Coliseum
10:00AM PCU-Union vs. San Beda-Manila (Semifinal A)
11:45AM San Sebastian-Manila vs. De La Salle-Zobel (Semifinal B)

February 25 (Sat) -- Rizal Memorial Coliseum
10:00AM Loser vs. Loser (for Third Place)
1:30PM Winner vs. Winner (Championship)


GAME RESULTS

February 18 (Sat) -- Emilio Aguinaldo Gym
PCU-Union d. Holy Child-Davao, 89-78
De La Salle-Zobel d. Don Bosco-Tarlac, 120-54
San Beda-Manila d. Saint Joseph, 93-53
San Sebastian-Manila d. Perpetual Help-Laguna, 106-47

February 19 (Sun) -- Emilio Aguinaldo Gym
San Sebastian-Manila d. Visayas, 109-73
West Negros d. Holy Child-Davao, 83-70
San Beda-Manila d. Perpetual Help-Laguna, 87-45
PCU-Union d. De La Salle-Zobel, 93-61

February 20 (Mon) -- Emilio Aguinaldo Gym
PCU-Union d. Don Bosco-Tarlac, 124-34
De La Salle-Zobel d. West Negros, 99-60
San Beda-Manila d. Visayas, 78-66
Saint Joseph d. Perpetual Help-Laguna, 82-78

February 21 (Tue) -- Emilio Aguinaldo Gym
Visayas d. Saint Joseph, 99-71
West Negros d. Don Bosco-Tarlac, 100-67
San Sebastian-Manila d. San Beda-Manila, 76-70
De La Salle-Zobel d. Holy Child-Davao, 94-68

February 22 (Wed) -- Emilio Aguinaldo Gym
San Sebastian-Manila d. Saint Joseph, 99-78
PCU-Union d. West Negros, 84-57
Holy Child-Davao d. Don Bosco-Tarlac, 124-58
Visayas d. Perpetual Help-Laguna, 79-63

gameface_one
02-23-2006, 09:39 AM
Tams too tough for UV Lancers

First posted 02:23am (Mla time) Feb 23, 2006
By Marc Anthony Reyes
Inquirer



Editor's Note: Published on page A22 of the Feb. 23, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer


EVEN WITHOUT its stars, Far Eastern University proved too tough for University of Visayas, scoring an 81-71 victory and securing the top spot in the collegiate men’s division in the National Students Basketball Championships at the Rizal Memorial Coliseum yesterday.

Letran College also bared its teeth, ripping Philippine Christian University, 75-64.

The Tamaraws showed but a shadow of their UAAP championship form but it was enough to overwhelm the Visayas titlists for their fourth straight victory in Group B.

They will now gun for a title slot when they face PCU, the second-placer in Group A, in the cross-over semifinals tomorrow.

The Letran Knights, the reigning NCAA champs, similarly took the top post in their group with a win over the 2004 champions to sweep their matches in Group A. They will battle UV for the championships berth.

Starting out cold, the Tamaraws, who missed stalwarts Arwind Santos, RJ Rizada and Mark Isip, trailed for most of the first half before putting their act together, coming around from 32-38 to lead, 46-43.

The Lancers, coached by PBA legends Boy Cabahug and Al Solis, tried to regain lost footing but could not shake off FEU’s steadiness down the stretch.

The PCU Baby Dolphins asserted their mastery of the high school division with an 84-57 victory over the West Negros College junior dribblers.

PCU will go up against San Beda College, while NCAA titlist San Sebastian College takes on La Salle Zobel in the semis. The Staglets accomplished the same feat with a 99-78 win over St. Joseph School of Zamboanga.

NCR eliminations

National University edged Mapua Institute of Technology, 68-67, to emerge as the top qualifier for the National Capital Region (NCR) college men division.

Both the NU Bulldogs and the Mapua Cardinals are already assured of slots to the National Finals, together with defending champion University of Perpetual Help Rizal.

Former RP Youth mainstay Jonathan Fernandez scattered 29 points to power the Bulldogs to victory in this annual tournament organized by the Basketball Association of the Philippines (BAP). The National Finals will be hosted by Gov. Fernando Gonzalez of Albay province and Legazpi City Mayor Noel Rosal from Feb. 27 to March 5 in Legazpi City.

Edwin Asoro and Cyrus Malagueño added 10 points apiece for NU.

Sean Co paced Mapua with 17 points, followed by Gilbert Migrazo with 10.

Polytechnic University of the Philippines clinched third place in the NCR eliminations.

Also making it to the National Finals are college women’s qualifiers Philippine College of Criminology (PCCR), Philippine Maritime Institute (PMI) and WNCAA champion AMA Computer University. San Sebastian College and St. Clare College of Caloocan City qualified in the high school division.

In the NCR women’s final, PCCR nipped PMI, 76-71, behind the heroics of Wendelyn Alvarez, Katrina Garcia and Grace Quemada.

The high school division National Finals will be held in Daet City, Camarines Norte, and hosted by Gov. Jesus Typoco in coordination with BAP regional director Julian Lavadia and BAP provincial commissioner Dr. Abundio “Bong” Palencia. High School participants will be billeted at Hotel Venezia and Avenrose Suites in Daet City.

Graham C. Lim, the BAP secretary general, announced the other qualifiers for the college men’s division: University of Luzon of Pangasinan Province, Tuguegarao College of Region II, Angeles University Foundation of Region III, San Pedro College of Business Administration of Region IV, West Negros College of Region VI, Bohol Institute of Technology and San Carlos University of Region VII, Eastern Visayas State University of Region VIII, Southern Technical Institute of Cagayan de Oro and University of Mindanao of Region XI, and Northeastern Mindanao College of Caraga Region.

gameface_one
02-23-2006, 09:42 AM
Tamaraws plow through Lancers
By Gabby G. Malagar
The Freeman 02/23/2006

Ghosts from the past still haunted the University of the Visayas Green Lancers as the five-time CESAFI titlist lost for the third straight time to UAAP champion Far Eastern University Tamaraws, 71-81, in the Philippine Basketball Federation, Inc. (PBFI) National Students Championships at the Rizal Memorial Coliseum in Manila.

Thus, FEU Tamaraws stretched its unbeaten streak to four in as many games, while putting an end of UV Lancers' three-game winning roll.

The Lancers will face next the winner between Letran College and Philippine Christian University in the crossover semifinals tomorrow.

The Tamaraws of coach Bert Flores, who hails from Consolacion, Cebu, succeeded in shutting down Mark Ababon, thus, preventing the flashy UV guard to distribute the ball well to his open teammates.

Ababon scored only 10 points as the Lancers went to the post, allowing Ariel Mepaña to take the shots instead.

Only eight Lancers fielded in scored with Mepaña topping with 13 points.

Top center Roser Benjamin Mangahas topscored for FEU with 14 points, while PBL veteran Jeffrey Chan and Jonas Villanueva cashed in 13 and 12 markers, respectively.

The Tamaraws paraded former UV undertrainee Tony Gerilla who scored six points.

Despite the setback, UV Lancers head coach Elmer "Boy" Cabahug is still hopeful that they can bounce back in the semifinals especially if they will meet PCU again.

It can be recalled last year during the Champions League, the Lancers defeated the Dolphins in the battle for third place via the last-second shot by Ababon, who eventually became the CESAFI MVP.

The scores

FEU (81) - Mangahas 14, chan 13, Villanueva 12, Adolfo 10, Baraquel 9, Belarmino 8, Gerilla 6, Dela Cruz 5, Fernandez 2, Villaneuva 2

UV (71) - Mepaña 13, Lanete 10, Ababon 10, Calo 9, Esperat 9, Rodriguez 7, Berami 6, Santos 6

fraternizer
02-25-2006, 09:47 PM
NATIONAL STUDENTS BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP MEN'S FINALS

Juniors game for 3rd Place:* Philippine Christian Universtiy defeats De La Salle Zobel

Seniors game for 3rd Place:* University of Visayas defeats Philippine Christian University

Juniors Championship:* San Beda College defeats San Sebastian College-Recoletos in overtime, 91-83

Seniors Championship:* Far Eastern University defeats Collegio San Juan de Letran, 83-75

Juniors Mythical Five:* C - David Paul Marcelo of SBC, F - Allan Mañgahas of PCU, F - Paul John Lee of SSC-R, G - Simon Atkins of DLSZ, G - John Carlos Hermida of SBC

Juniors Most Valuable Player:* John Carlos Hermida of SBC

Seniors Mythical Five:* C - Rino Berame of UV, F - Gabriel Espinas of PCU, F - Aaron Abril Aban of CSJL, G - Jonas Villanueva of FEU, G - Jeffrey Chan of FEU

Seniors Most Valuable Player:* Jeffrey Chan of FEU

tamarawz_14
02-25-2006, 09:59 PM
congratz tams!!!!! nice one guys.....

gameface_one
02-26-2006, 12:22 AM
Lancers bow to Letran, to play for third place
By Gabby G. Malagar
The Freeman 02/25/2006

NCAA champion Letran Knights yesterday advanced to the finals of the Philippine Basketball Federation, Inc. (PBFI) National Students basketball championship after escaping with a 71-66 victory over the five-time CESAFI champion University of the Visayas Green Lancers in the semifinals at the Rizal Memorial Coliseum in Manila.

The Knights will face the winner of the FEU-PCU semifinal contest, which was still in progress as of press time at 4 pm yesterday while the Lancers will play for third place against the loser of that game.

Again, it was another lost opportunity for the Lancers in their bid for their first national title under coach Elmer "Boy" Cabahug, who is still going up for the elusive crown since coaching UV for the past five years.

It was still everybody's ballgame in the final 1:30 of the fourth period as the score was tied at 66-all.

The Lancers could have taken the lead back but Jayford Rodriguez and Kim Calo missed costly free throws that could have change the tide of the game.

NCAA most valuable player Boyet Bautista heaved in a go-ahead triple, 69-66, with 26 seconds to go and Cebuano point guard John Paul Alcaraz formerly from CIT, converted two important charities for the, 71-66, outcome.

Alcaraz topscored for Letran with 21 points followed by the high-leaping Aaron Aban with 17 points.

Rodriguez led the Lancers offense with 21 points while CESAFI MVP Mark Ababon had 13 points even as Kim Calo and Ariel Mepaña had 10 points each.

Morsie Akad and Eulogio Lasala Jr. were not in the scoring column for UV.

gameface_one
02-26-2006, 10:18 PM
FEU grabs national students crown

First posted 04:32am (Mla time) Feb 26, 2006
By Marc Anthony Reyes
Inquirer



Editor's Note: Published on page A27 of the February 26, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer


JONAS Villanueva came through with five straight points in the final 28 seconds as Far Eastern University pulled off a come-from-behind 83-75 victory over Letran yesterday to capture the 2006 National Students Basketball Championship at the Rizal Coliseum.

Villanueva completed a three-point-play then scored on a fastbreak off his own steal to give the Tamaraws a decisive 80-75 cushion that eventually sealed FEU’s triumphant comeback after skipping the national intercollegiate league for many years.

Arwind Santos hardly made an impact in this showdown between the reigning UAAP and NCAA champions until he hit a three-pointer that tied the score at 75 with barely a minute left.

FEU tightened its defenses and held Letran to a single field goal attempt from there. The Knights hastened their downfall as Eric Rodriguez bungled two free throws in the dying seconds.

The Tams trailed most of the fourth quarter as they groped for form without RJ Rizada and Mark Isip. Santos went on to finish with 17 points while Villanueva contributed 16.

University of Visayas earlier bested 2004 runner-up Philippine Christian University, 58-51, to nail third place.

San Beda relied on John Carlos Herminda’s 24-point splurge to down San Sebastian, 91-83, in overtime and bag the high school championship.

The PCU Baby Dolphins salvaged third place after beating La Salle-Zobel, 70-66, in the other juniors game.

The scores:

FEU 83—Santos 17, Villanueva 16, Chan 15, Barcellano 13, Gerilla 9, Adolfo 4, Dela Cruz 4, Fernandez 3, Manghahas 1, Baracel 1, Villanueva J. 0.
LETRAN 75—Aldave 17, Alcaraza 10, Bautista 10, Aban 9, Andaya 9, Rodriguez 8, Jazul 7, Quinday 3, Pinera 2, Mondragon 0, Realista 0.
Quarters: 18-18, 38-41, 63-60, 83-75

AnthonyServinio
03-05-2006, 02:28 PM
If anybody here cares, the discredited Chinese-controlled Basketball Association of the Philippines (BAP) is staging their version of this tournament in Legazpi City, Albay. The Final Four is complete with the West Negros College Mustangs meeting National University while Angeles University Foundation takes on defending champion University of Perpetual Help-System Dalta.

chief
03-06-2006, 09:18 AM
If anybody here cares, the discredited Chinese-controlled Basketball Association of the Philippines (BAP) is staging their version of this tournament in Legazpi City, Albay. The Final Four is complete with the West Negros College Mustangs meeting National University while Angeles University Foundation takes on defending champion University of Perpetual Help-System Dalta.


Yup Anthony, so I heard. In fact, they even placed Tisha Abundo as one of the new officers who will oversee some minor and provincial college leagues. But I'm pretty much sure they are waiting for the right time to get their hands on UA and NC which of course won't happen in this lifetime!

bchoter
03-06-2006, 04:03 PM
I have nothing against NU but it wouldn't look good, for Graham Lim's version of this tourney, if the UAAP's worst team (of the previous seaosn) ends up with the crown.

chief
03-06-2006, 06:13 PM
^ That would be laugh to crown the worst UAAP team and regard them as the best College team in the land.... :-[

Sheesh, did you guys know that PCU HS won over some team in Visayas by a whopping 140+ points???!!! I think the final score was 206 to 40-something. What a disgrace. I heard that all players from PCU scored, with 10 of them in double figures....

AnthonyServinio
03-06-2006, 11:11 PM
CONGRATULATIONS to the West Negros College Mustangs for winning the suspended BAP's version of the National Students Championship last Sunday. The Mustangs came from behind to dethrone the University of Perpetual Help-System Dalta, 56-53.

bombet
04-26-2006, 02:07 AM
If anybody here cares, the discredited Chinese-controlled Basketball Association of the Philippines (BAP) is staging their version of this tournament in Legazpi City, Albay. The Final Four is complete with the West Negros College Mustangs meeting National University while Angeles University Foundation takes on defending champion University of Perpetual Help-System Dalta.


The National Students championships was formerly known as the National Inter-collegiate and National Inter-secondary championships. Do you have a list of previous champions? It would be a delight if you could share some info. Thanks.

Howard the Duck
04-26-2006, 12:52 PM
If anybody here cares, the discredited Chinese-controlled Basketball Association of the Philippines (BAP) is staging their version of this tournament in Legazpi City, Albay. The Final Four is complete with the West Negros College Mustangs meeting National University while Angeles University Foundation takes on defending champion University of Perpetual Help-System Dalta.


The National Students championships was formerly known as the National Inter-collegiate and National Inter-secondary championships. Do you have a list of previous champions? It would be a delight if you could share some info. Thanks.

lagay natin sa wikipedia hehehe

gameface_one
12-31-2006, 10:16 PM
61st NSBC kicks off at Dumaguete City

The Manila Times

The 61st National Students Basketball Championship regional elimination will start early January 2007.

This was announced by Basketball Association of the Philippines secretary-general Graham C. Lim. The National Finals will be held from February 27 to March 5, 2007, to be hosted by Gov. George Arnaiz of the province of Negros Oriental at Lamberto Macias Stadium in Dumaguete City.

Governor Arnaiz is expecting more than 600 students and officials to the longest-running and most prestigious students cagefest of the country.

The NSBC, also known as the National Inter-Secondary Championship and National Inter-Collegiate Championship, will hold three categories, namely men’s and women’s college divisions, and the junior men’s for high school competitions.

The top three in the men’s division will qualify to the 5th Asian University Basketball Championship to be held in Daet City, Camarines Norte, from April 16 to 23, 2007. The AUBC will be held in cooperation with BAP regional office, headed by Dr. Abundio Palencia and Councilor Julian Lavadia and will be hosted by Governor Jesus Typoco of Camarines Norte province. AUBC defending champion is Myong Ji University of Korea.

AnthonyServinio
01-11-2007, 02:50 AM
61st NSBC kicks off at Dumaguete City

The Manila Times

The 61st National Students Basketball Championship regional elimination will start early January 2007.

This was announced by Basketball Association of the Philippines secretary-general Graham C. Lim. The National Finals will be held from February 27 to March 5, 2007, to be hosted by Gov. George Arnaiz of the province of Negros Oriental at Lamberto Macias Stadium in Dumaguete City.

Governor Arnaiz is expecting more than 600 students and officials to the longest-running and most prestigious students cagefest of the country.

The NSBC, also known as the National Inter-Secondary Championship and National Inter-Collegiate Championship, will hold three categories, namely men’s and women’s college divisions, and the junior men’s for high school competitions.

The top three in the men’s division will qualify to the 5th Asian University Basketball Championship to be held in Daet City, Camarines Norte, from April 16 to 23, 2007. The AUBC will be held in cooperation with BAP regional office, headed by Dr. Abundio Palencia and Councilor Julian Lavadia and will be hosted by Governor Jesus Typoco of Camarines Norte province. AUBC defending champion is Myong Ji University of Korea.
* * *For the nth time . . . as long as the top schools of the NCAA and UAAP continue to snub the discredited Chinese-controlled BAP's version of this tournament, the champion of the said tournament will never earn the proper respect due a national champion.