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gameface_one
11-18-2006, 05:55 PM
NCRAA cage tourney gets underway
mb.com.ph



Games Today (Olivarez College gym) 9 a.m. opening ceremony 11 a.m. Olivarez College vs ACSAT 12:30 p.m. PATTS vs EAC 2 p.m. UDM vs NCBA



NEW TALENTS are expected to emerge when the 14th Petron-National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) men’s basketball tournament gets going today at the Olivarez College gym.


The Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals are back from a one-year suspension and will start their campaign to regain the title they should have defended last season when they clash with PATTS School of Aeronautics.

With playmaker Bong Melocoton gone, the Generals will bank on a new generation of standouts as they plunge into action in the second match of the day at 12:30 p.m.

Earlier, Asian College of Science and Technology Lightnings will try to make their presence felt when they take on host Olivarez College earlier at 11 a.m. after colorful opening rites at 9 a.m.

Unibersidad de Manila will meet the National College of Business and Arts Wildcats at 2 p.m. in the tournament which has Molten and Mikasa as the official ball.

"This is a worthy cause which should be supported. A lot of talents come from this league. Petron is all about giving equal opportunity to the youth. We thought this would be a good start," said Charmaine Canillas, who is Petron’s advertising and promotions executive.

The tournament boasts of 11 cage squads seeing action, and with a proud history of having produced cagers, who have excelled beyond their collegiate years.

Among the stars who have brought prominence to the league as former Philippine School of Business Administration standout Marc Pingris and the De Ocampo brothers, Yancy and Ranidel, and Chris Pacana, who are all products of the St. Francis Doves.

This is also the league where Koy Banal started his brilliant coaching career after he once led the PSBA Jaguars to a crown following a 14-0 sweep.

The Doves, coached by Gabby Velasco, will seek their second straight crown after taking it last year from the Arellano University Flaming Arrows.

The Flaming Arrows, with Leo Isaac calling the shots, will be bannered by a young set of players, and will give the regular campaigners a hard time as they try to fight their way into the finals again.

anghusay
11-18-2006, 10:51 PM
The ACSAT Lightning won over Olivarez College by a margin of 12 points. ACSAT finished third in the last UCAA tournament falling 1 game short of making its first finals apperance.

anghusay
11-19-2006, 08:36 PM
ACSAT slams Olivares; EAC stops PATTS in NCRAA opener

from the Philippine Star

Host Asian College of Science and Technology banked on an explosive start to put away Olivarez College, 86-73 yesterday at the start of the 14th Petron-National Capital Region Althetic Association (NCRAA) men's basketball tournament at the Olivarez Sports Center.

Harvey Igtos unloaded eight of his nine-point tally in the first period, and with the terrifc outside shooting of Nico Pupos and Lito Casil, the Lightnings never looked back after taking a 26-10 edge with 1:10 left.

Pupos and Casil kept the Sea Lions at bay as they erupted with a hail of triples which enabled the Lightnings to take charge with a 23 point advantage in the early goings at 26-3.

In the second game, Ronjay Buenafe unloaded 26 points to lead the Emilio Aguinaldo Generals past PATTS school of aeronautics, 69-63.

Games on Monday November 20, 2006 San Andres Gym

9am - Arellano University vs. PSBA
10.30am - NCBA vs. La Salle Dasmarinas
12 nn - ACSAT vs. PUP
1.30pm - St. Francis vs.UDM

nastrans
11-20-2006, 01:03 PM
Generals Survive In NCRAA Opener
by Jonas Terrado

The Emilio Aguinaldo College (EAC) Generals fought the strong challenge by PATTS College of Aeronautics Sea Horses to pull a 69-63 on the opening day of the 14th Petron - National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) season at the Olivarez College Sports Center in Paranaque City.

After exchanging leads during the rest of the contest, the Generals finally took control in the fourth quarter, taking its biggest lead at 61-49 on John Valderama's three-pointer with 7:06 left.

But, the Sea Horses outscored the Generals with a 14-4 run over the next five minutes to pull within 63-65 with 2:34 left. However, Ronjay Buenafe drilled a triple, giving EAC a 68-63 advantage 23 seconds later to put the game in the bag.

Buenafe, the Mail and More standout in the Philippine Basketball League, led all scorers with 26 points. Alain Musni and Valderama had 13 and nine points apiece for the Generals, who are making its first NCRAA match in almost a year after the 2004-05 NCRAA champions were suspended for playing the NCRAA and the Home and Away Invitational League at the same time a season ago.

It was a tough loss for PATTS, who fought tooth-and-nail for three quarters before running out of gas in the end. The Sea Horses, answered a 0-9 start with a 17-12 first quarter lead behind RJ Cui and James Abugan.

In the third quarter, PATTS took a 47-44 lead on a three-point play by Rey Campos with 2:22 left for their last lead of the game.

Cui scored 19 points while Abugan contributed 18 markers.

In the first game, the Asian College of Science and Technology (ACSAT) Lightnings defeated host school Olivarez College Sea Lions 86-73.

Welan Munoz led ACSAT with 22 points while Nicho Pupos and Lito Casil had 18 and 13, respectively. Sammy Isidro scored 27 points and Raymund Deveratura had 13 markers off the bench for Olivarez

The Lightnings demolished the home team right through the start of the match, leading 26-3 in the first seven minutes and led 52-34 at intermission.

Olivarez came back in the third quarter at 56-63 but never came close since.

Box Scores:

ACSAT (86) – Munoz 22, Pupos 18, Casil 13, Igtos 9, Sabaybay 6, Bularan 5, Quilaguiga 5, Recla 4, Gaco 2, Dela Pena 0, De Guzman 0

OC (73) – Isidro 27, Deveratura 13, Adriano 8, Mendoza 7, Barroga 6, Evangelista 5, Panganiban 4, Arteta 3, Dolon 1, Castillo 0

Quarterscores: 28-12, 52-34, 65-56, 86-73

EAC-M (69) – Buenafe 26, Musni 13, Valderama 9, Castillo 6, Lapuz 5, Daculan 4, Hubalde 4, Anzurez 2, Yaya 0, Pati-An 0, Mendoza 0

PATTS (63) – Cui 19, Abugan 18, Campos 7, Cui 7, Matias 4, Foronda 4, Santos 2, Antonio 2, Ferreria 0, Commerciase 0

Quarterscores: 12-17, 29-29, 51-47, 69-63

http://www.ubelt.com/ub/tourney/evt/story.aspx?tourney=ncraa&evt=mbb&id=1250

gameface_one
11-21-2006, 10:39 AM
Arellano five tames PSBA; La Salle-Dasmariñas wins



Inquirer
Last updated 01:07am (Mla time) 11/21/2006

Published on Page A23 of the November 21, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer

GAMES WEDNESDAY (EAC Sports Center)
9 a.m. -- UDM vs PATTS (men)
10:30 a.m. -- ACSAT vs Arellano (men)
12 nn -- PSBA vs EAC (men)
1:30 p.m. -- St. Francis vs EAC (women)
3 p.m. -- St. Francis vs EAC (junior)

ARELLANO UNIVERSITY and La Salle-Dasmariñas displayed what they are capable of doing yesterday in the 14th Petron-National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) men’s basketball tournament at the San Andres Socio Civic Center court in Malate, Manila.

Arellano, which changed its moniker this year from the Flaming Arrows to the Chiefs, in honor of the Philippines’ first Chief Justice Cayetano Arellano, sustained a fluid scoring attack to tame Philippine School of Business Administration, 84-75, in this 11-school tournament backed by Petron Corp.

On the other hand, the La Salle-Dasmariñas Patriots squandered a 27-point advantage, but leaned on the heroics of Angel Salado in the endgame to put away the National College of Business and Arts Wildcats, 93-88.

The victories enabled the Chiefs and the Patriots to join the Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals and the Asian College of Science and Technology Lightnings in the early lead at 1-0.

The Wildcats, who missed point guard Lester Opalia to a one-game suspension after he was thrown out during their won game over PATTS School of Aeronautics last Saturday, fell behind with their 1-1 win-loss slate.

Alfie Martinez and Gio Ciriacruz showed the way with 26 and 13 points, respectively, for the Chiefs in this tournament with Molten and Mikasa as official balls.

The two got Arellano University’s offense going when they took charge during a 7-0 spurt at the start of the first period, allowing the Chiefs of coach Leo Isaac to move in front, 25-19.

Salado saved the day for the Patriots when he lured Alvin Cruz into a foul, and then sank two gift shots with 13.2 seconds to go, giving DLSU-D a 92-88 edge.

The Wildcats rallied from a 56-73 deficit, with Cesar Evangelista capping the 18-0 blitz with a 3-point play, 74-77, six minutes left.

anghusay
11-23-2006, 07:57 AM
Arellano edges ACSAT

Manila Bulletin November 23, 2006

The Arellano University Chiefs weathered off repeated rallies by the Asian College of Science and Technology (ACSAT) Lightnings to score a 78-74 triumph yesterday in the 14th Petron National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) men's basketball tournament at the Emilio Aguinaldo Sports Center.

Gio Ciriacruz scored 20 points, including two charities off Welland Munoz with four seconds left to lift the Chiefs to their second straight win and tie the Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals for the lead.

Alfie Martinez showed the way for the Chiefs with 20 points. HIs free thorw with 21 ticks to go allowed the Chiefs to shatter a 74-74 count.

The ACSAT Lightnings dropped to 1-2 with two straight defeats.

anghusay
11-27-2006, 11:30 PM
ACSAT upsets EAC

The Asian College of Science and Technology Lightnings upset reigning UCAA champion and current NCRAA standings leader Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals. The final score was ACSAT up by around 7 points. Don't know the exact score but ACSAT was trailing by as much as 18 points during the latter parts of the 3rd quarter. A barrage of 3-pointers from ACSAT gunners Lito Casil and Nico Pupos at the start of the 4th allowed the Lightnings to catch up with the Generals.

anghusay
11-28-2006, 09:59 AM
Lightnings strike on tough EAC Generals in NCRAA

Philippine Star

Nico Pupos fired a career high 40 points as the Asian College of Science and Technology Lightnings pulled off an 89-80 overtime upset win over the Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals in the 14th National Capital Region Athletic Association(NCRAA) men's basketball tournament at the Arellano Legarda Gym.

"This is the sixth time na nakaharap namin sila. And this is the first time na nanalo kami. Kanina nung first half, talagang tambak kami. Ang mga bata, kailangan i-push. Intimidated sila sa team na ito. Sabi ko, walang reason na hindi namin tatalunin ito dahil pinaghadaan namin ito," said Lightnings coach Ricky Alcantara.

Igtos, who delivered only 11 points with Lito Casil, rose to the occasion with 2:32 left, as he buried a triple and then scored on a drive, putting the Lightnings ahead en route to their second win in four matches.

Games Tuesday November 28, 2006 (Arellano Gym)

9am - Arellano vs. PUP(Jrs.)
10.30am - ACSAT vs. PSBA (men)
12 nn - Olivarez College vs. UDM (men)
1.30pm - St. Francis vs. La Salle Dasmarinas (men)
3 pm - Arellano vs. PUP (men)

anghusay
11-29-2006, 09:04 AM
Lightnings shock Jaguars, 95-84

Manila Bulletin november 29, 2006

The Asian College of Science and Technology (ACSAT) Lightnings shrugged off a scary endgame rally by the Philippines School of Busniess Administration (PSBA) Jaguars to pull off a 95-84 win yesterday in the 14th Petron National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) men's basketball tournament at the Arellano Legarda gym.

They banked on the endgame plays of Harvey Igtos as the Lightnings came away with their third triumph in five matches, and remained on track for one of four semifinal slots. The Jaguars dropped to 1-3.

Earlier, the Arellano University Junior Chiefs debuted with a resounding 150-19 balsting of Polytechnic University of the Philippines in the high school action of this 11-school tournament backed by Petron and with Mikasa and Molten as the official ball.

Genel Javier fired 18 points, while Leonard Anquillo dished out 15 in helping the Junior Chiefs post the highest winning margin.

Games Today (PUP gym)

9am - La Salle-Dasmarinas vs. EAC (women's)
10:30am - St. Francis vs. PUP (women's)
12 nn - Olivarez College va PUP (jrs.)
1:30pm - Arellano vs. St. Francis (jrs.)
3pm - La Salle Dasmarinas vs. EAC(men's)

anghusay
12-01-2006, 06:56 AM
Aguinlado avoids upset

Manila Bulletin

The Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals emerged unscathed following a wave of of upsets in the 14th Petron-NCRAA men's basketball tournament

The Generals bounced back from a stinging 89-80 overtime defeat at the hands of the Asian College of Science and Technology (ACSAT) Lightnings, with an 82-66 crushing of the La Salle Dasmarinas Patriots yesterday at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines gym.

Their victory came as the Patriots and the Polytechnic University of the Philippines Maroons waylaid thier heavily-favored foes at the Arellano Legarda gym.

Ronjay Buenafe dished out 21 points, including nine big points in the first period as the Generals moved back into the solo lead with their third triumph in four matches.

The PUP Maroons halted the Arellano University Chiefs' bid to move into the solo lead with a 92-80 reversal at the Arellano Legarda gym last Tuesday.

Foul troubled Jeff Khalili, one of the tallest cagers in the league at 6'9". showed the way for the Maroons with 30 points, 10 coming during a decisive final-quarter run, which enabled PUP to move to second at 2-1

Lenon Lasin, who tallied 16 points, connected with a triple with nine secods to go, lifting the Patriots to a 60-59 upset win over the defending champion St. Francis of Assisi Doves also last Tuesday.

anghusay
12-05-2006, 10:43 AM
ACSAT tops Universidad de Manila

The Asian College of Science and Technology Lightnings continued their winning ways by defeating Universidad de Manila(formely known as the City Colleges of Manila) yesterday at the on going 14th Petron NCRAA men's baskeball tournament.

Old reliables Lito Casil, Rey Burgos, Wellan Munoz, Nico Pupos and Harvey Igtos all conspired to secure the victory for the Lightnings 76-64. ACSAT remained on track for a semifinal slot with a 4-2 win loss card going to the last few games in the 11 team single round format.

The Lightnings will face NCBA tomorrow at the De La Salle Dasmarinas gym and will be up against the defending NCRAA champion St. Francis of Assisi College Doves on Friday at the Arellano gym.

anghusay
12-06-2006, 09:43 AM
Doves sink Sea Lions

Manila Bulletin December 6, 2006

The St. Francis Doves overcame a shaky stand against the Olivarez College Sea Lions to escape with an 80-77 triumph in the 14th Petron National Capital Region Athletic Association(NCRAA) men's basketball tournament.

The Doves were spared from another upset loss when Sea Lion Jun Arteta's triple with 1.3 seconds left rimmed out, sending the Doves to their third triumph in four outings, following a suspenseful match at the Sea Lion's homecourt, which is the Olivares College Gym.

With their victory, the Doves managed to catch up with the Arellano University Chiefs, the Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals and the Polytechnic University of the Philippines maroons at second spot.

Games Today (La-Salle Dasmarinas Gym)

9am - PUP vs. La Salle Dasmarinas (W)
10:30am - St. Francis vs. PSBA (M)
12 nn - La Salle Dasmarinas vs. Olivarez College(M)
1:30pm - NCBA vs. ACSAT (M)

anghusay
12-07-2006, 11:22 AM
Doves, Lightnings, Lady Patriots win

The St. Francis of Assisi Doves defeated the Philippine School of Business Administration (PSBA) Jaguars, 86-69, in the 14th Petron-National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) men's basketball tournament at the La-Salle Dasmarinas gym in Dasmarinas Cavite.

It was the second straight win by the Doves since losing to the Polytechnic University of the Philippines Maroons last week. In all, the Doves have a 4-1 record.

In the other men's basketball match, the Asian College of Science and Technology (ACSAT) Lightnings scored a 95-81 victory over the National College of Business and Arts (NCBA) Wildcats. It was the 4th straight victory for the Lightnings since back to back losses to the Arellano Chiefs and the PUP Maroons.

The Lightnings improved to a 5-2 won-loss slate and will play the Doves of St. Francis of Assisi on Friday December 8 at the Arellano gym. This should be an exiciting game since both schools are vying for an outright semifinals slot. Gametime is set a 1:30pm

In women's basketball, the La Salle-Dasmarinas Lady Patriots demolished the PUP Lady Maroons, 77-62,with Rose de Guzman and Genalyn Alday scoring 24 and 18 points respectively.

In volleyball, the four-peat seeking Lady Patriots marched to thier sixth straight win in women's action, turing back Olivarez College, 25-20, 23-25, 25-19, 25-13.

The Lady Doves prevailed over PSBA, 25-11, 25-16, 25-20 25,20 in the other women's volleyball encounter.

anghusay
12-08-2006, 05:00 PM
St. Francis edges ACSAT, Arellano wins

St. Francis guard Ticzon split his free throws with 1 second remaining to give the Doves a 75-74 victory over the hard fighting ACSAT Lightnings. It was actually the first time the Doves led the game since midway through the 2nd quarter wherein the Lightnings unleased their vaunted full court press. On offense ACSAT shooters Lito Casil and Angel Quilaquiga combined for 9 pts., all on three pointers to open a 41-27 lead for the Lightnings at halftime.

However the Doves started to play more cohesively and was able to to cut the deficit to 61-48 punctuated by an end of quarter buzzer beating three pointer by Concepcion. St. Francis' big men Ilagan and Rabor were hounded by foul trouble throughout the 2nd half but the Lightnings failed to capitalize.

In the other seniors game, the Arellano University Chiefs won over the NCBA Wildcats 79-71. NCBA had several opportunities to catch up with the Chiefs trailing by only 4 points late in the 4th quarter. Arellano relied on big man Ciria Cruz and Martinez who hit a crucial 3 pointer to seal the win for the Chiefs.

In juniors action the Arellano Junior Chiefs defeated a stubborn Olivarez squad 77-65. Dimuinative Arellano point guard Leonard Anquillo scattered 6 points including a difficult reverse lay-up to put away the opposition.

full battle gear
12-09-2006, 10:53 AM
Charities lift Jaguars past Sea Horses


Inquirer
Last updated 04:15am (Mla time) 12/09/2006

Published on page A28 of the December 9, 2006 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer

STEADY free throw shooting in the stretch lifted the PSBA Jaguars to an 88-84 decision of PATTS College yesterday in the 14th National Capital Region Athletic Association men’s basketball tournament.

Lester Mendoza, Robert Manguerra and TJ Zayas provided the charities as the Jaguars won for just the second time in seven games.

Mendoza’s charities came after a split by James Abugan enabled the Sea Horses to threaten at 82-83.

More freebies from Manguerra and Zayas kept the Jaguars out of trouble in the last 21 seconds when PATTS got into foul trouble.

RK Cui showed the way for the Patts Sea Horses with 36 points.


Musong R. Castillo

anghusay
12-11-2006, 07:47 PM
Doves, Chiefs in great escape

Manila Bulletin

The St. Francis Doves and the Arellano University Chiefs took similar escape acts in a pair of dramatic wins in the 14th Petron National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) basketball tournament.

Andy Tizon drew a foul from NIco Pupos while attempting to shoot a jumper in the endgame, scoring a free throw with 1.9 seconds left to lift the Doves to a 75-74 triumph over the Asian College of Science and Technology (ACSAT) Lightnings at the Arellano-Legarda Gym.

The Chiefs struggled with big man Orlando Daroya hobbling on an akle injury but still had enough push in the endgame to turn back the National College of Business and Arts Wildcats, 79-71.

The pair of victories allowed both teams to regain their position at the top, with Doves ahead with their 5-1 win-loss record and the Chiefs behind at 4-1.

With the count tied at 74-all, Lightnings point gurad Harvey Igtos bungled a three-point attempt with eight ticks to go. Tizon was then fouled by Pupos, setting up the win from the free throw line.

A triple form Christopher Concepsion when the buzzer sounded at the close of the third canto kept the Doves' hopes alive as they finished the period behind by 13, 61-48.

"I never expected na makakahabol kami. The thing is I never gave up on the boys. When I saw Peng's (Concepcion) three-pointer at the end of the third quarter, i knew we still had a chance" said Doves coach Gabby Velasco.

A free throw from Leomer Losentes with 27 ticks left off Lito Casil's fifth foul allowed the Doves to force a final deadlock, 74-all.

anghusay
12-14-2006, 12:54 PM
PATTS upsets St. Francis

Manila Bulletin

The PATTS College of Aeronautics Sea Horses scored a stunning 77-72 win over the defending champion St. Francis Doves to boost their semis bid in the 14th Petron National Capital Reqion Athletic Association (NCRAA) men's basketball tournament.

The Sea Horses leaned on the herocis of RK Cui and JB Ferreria in pulling off their third win in five games at the Arellano Legarda gym.

St. Francis' defeat allowed the Arellano university Chiefs to assume the top spot by downing the De La Salle-Dasmarinas Patriots, 74-69, for their fifth win in six starts.

The Doves dropped to second second spot at 5-2 while the Asian College of Science and Technology (ACSAT) Lightnings slipped to 5-3. The Chiefs got 36 big points from Orlando Daroya as they handed the Patriots their second set back in five games.

After the Doves threatened to overtake the Sea Horses on Leomer Losentes' triple, Cui pushed PATTS ahead with a triple of his own, 74-70, with 45 seconds to go.

With the 6-foot-2 Ferreria controlling the boards, the Sea Horses moved to safer grounds with his jumper, 76-70, barely 38 ticks left.

James Abugan showed the way for the Sea Horses with 21 points, while Ferreria and Cui had 14 and 13, respectively.

anghusay
12-15-2006, 11:32 AM
St. Francis bounces back

Manila Bulletin

The Defending champions St. Francis Doves vented their ire on the undermanned Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals to score an 83-73 victory yesterday in the 14th Petron-NCRAA basketball tournament at the Olivarez College gym.

The Doves, who remained in second spot, took charge right away after erecting a 27-13 first quarter lead, and stayed in control until the end for thier sixth win in eight games.

Leomer Losentes banged in a game high 27 points, enabling the Doves to bounce back from a 77-72 upset they suffered in the hands of the PATTS College of Aeronautics.

"We were disappointed on the outcome of our last game, kaya dito namin ibinuhos lahat" said Doves coach Gabby Velasco.

Rex Leynes poured in 16 points while Raymung ilagan hit 10 in the first period as the Doves pulled away by 14 points.

Meanwhile, Francis Marcelo had 23 points, while Aaron Panganiban made 17 in leading Olivarez High School to a 77-73 beating of the Dovelets in the junior action.

The absence of benched big man Gester Ebuen, who stands 6'4, and injured forward Mark Anzures, took its toll on the Generals, who struggled as the Doves turned up the heat in the second period. They stayed ahead by 14, 40-26 off Losentes' layup with 9.4 ticks remaining.

Generals' Head coach Nomar Isla said Ebuen was benched for disciplinary reasons, and for attending practice half-heartedly after seeing action for the Sista Super Sealants in the ongoing Philippine Basketballl League(PBL) Silver Cup last Teusday. Anzures in recovering from a right knee injury.

Ronjay Buenafe came up with 29 points for the Generals, who dropped to fourth position at 4-2. But he was limited to just five points in the second quarter as the Doves clamped down on him with their pressure defense.

whiplash
01-08-2007, 02:09 PM
thanks for the updates!

anghusay
01-08-2007, 08:37 PM
Games on January 9, 2007 Arellano University Legarda Gym

1.30pm. ACSAT vs. La Salle-D

There are several games on tap however, this is the only game that I'm aware of. I shall post updates ASAP. This is a very crucial game for the ACSAT Lightnings who still have an outside chance of making the final four. Currently they are sporting a 5-3 win-loss slate which is good for 5th place. However, to assure themselves of at least a tie for the 4th slot the Lightnings have to win their last two games against La Salle and the unpredictable PATTS Sea Horses on Thursday.

Coach Ricky Alcantara's wards have been blowing hot and cold pulling off a spectacular come from behind overtime win against erstwhile NCRAA powerhouse the EAC Generals but blew a 13 point 4th quarter lead to lose by 1 point to the defending champion St. Francis of Assisi Doves on the last playing date of 2006.

The Lightnings will rely on big men Wellan Munoz, Rey Burgos and rookie Ruel Jabaybay plus wing men Nico Pupos and Lito Casil for scoring. Playmaking chores will be divided between Harvey Igtos and Nelson Nunal.

anghusay
01-09-2007, 06:43 PM
ACSAT stays alive, beats La Salle-Dasmarinas; Arellano U still on top

The Asian College of Science and Technology Lightnings survived a furious end-game rally to beat the La Salle Dasmarinas Patriots 89-80 in the 14th Petron NCRAA men's basketball tournament held at the Arellano Gym in Legarda.

ACSAT gunner Nico Pupos scored 7 straight points to break a 68-all tie and give the Lightnings the lead for good midway thru the 4th quarter. The Patriots who trailied by as much as 14 points took their largest lead in the game at 68-64 on a putback by slotman Rovie Ryd Baguio. Baskets by ACSAT's Welland Munoz and Rey Burgos knotted the score setting up the heroics of Pupos.

A double technical foul called on the Patriots Jun Salado and ACSAT's Harvey Igtos somewhat broke the momentum for La Salle. The referees caught both players exchanging elbows during a play in La Salle's front court. This proved costly for La Salle since this was Salado's 5th foul which sent him to the bench.

With the win, the Lightnings remained in the hunt for a semifinals seat with a 6-3 win-loss card. They have to win their last assignment against the dangerous PATTS Sea Horses on Saturday to have at least a tie for the 4th slot.

In the first game, the Arellano University Chiefs remained in first place with a masterful 88-68 trashing of UDM. Big men Gio Ciria Cruz and Orlando Daroya kept UDM at bay with both their offense and defense together with the hot shooting of swingman Alfie Martinez.

As of this writing, the SFAC Doves and the PUP Maroons are still playing. Both teams are in contention of landing a final four slot as the tournament winds down to its last few games.

anghusay
01-10-2007, 08:21 PM
The St. Francis of Assisi College Doves defeated the hard fighting PUP Maroons yesterday. NCRAA games tomorrow January 11, 2007 will be as follows. As per the news item in Manila Bulletin the games will be held at the EAC Sports Complex. The game between the Arellano Chiefs and the PATTS Seahorses is crucial since both schools are positioning themsleves for the semifinals.0

9am - Olivarez College vs. PUP(jrs.)
10.30am - EAC vs. NCBA (men)
12nn - UDM vs. La Salle Dasmarinas (men)
1.30pm - Arellano vs. PATTS (men)
3pm - La Salle Dasmarinas vs. EAC(women)

anghusay
01-11-2007, 08:55 AM
Doves boost Final 4 bid

Philippine Star

Raymund Ilagan chipped in a game-high 23 points, including one of two charities in the endgame to power the defending champion St. Francis Doves to an 82-79 beating of the Polytechnic Univeristy of the Philippines Maroons yesterday in the 14th Petron-National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) men's basketball tournament at the Arellano Legarda gym.

The Doves' seventh triumph in nine matches strengthened their claim to the first Final Four seat as they moved to the top of the standings while putting the Maroons' bid in jeopardy.

Last year's runner up Arellano University and the Asian College of Science and Technology stayed in the hunt for the second twice-to-beat privilege as they turned back separate foes.

The Arellano Chiefs got 26 points from Gio Ciriacruz as they whipped Unibersidad de Manila, 88-68, and moved to second spot with their 6-1 win loss slate.

Alfie Martinez hit 16 points for the Chiefs, and made 11 points in the first period as Arellano U quickly dictated the pace with a 26-11 spread.

nastrans
01-11-2007, 10:12 PM
Jan 11, 2007 Results

EAC d. NCBA 103-81
DLSU-D d. UDm 83-59
PATTS d. Arellano 88-71

anghusay
01-13-2007, 08:07 AM
PATTS Sea Horses sting fancied Arellano Chiefs

Philippine Star

Games Today (Arellano Legarda gym)
9am - Olivarez College vs. EAC (men's)
10.30am - NCBA vs. PSBA (men's)
12nn - Arellano vs. St. Francis (men's)
1.30pm - ACSAT vs. PATTS (men's)
3pm - PUP vs. La Salle-Dasmarinas (men's)

PATTS College of Aeronautics stepped on the gas early and stunned the Arellano University Chiefs, 88-71, in the 14th Petron National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) men's basketball tournament.

Impressive shooting form JB Ferreria in the first period enabled the PATTS Sea Horses to remain in contention for a Final Four slot after they registered their fifth win in seven games at the Emilo Aguinaldo College Sports Center.

This enabled the Sea Horses to catch up with the Emilio Aguinaldo Generals, who are in fourth position after their 103-81 beating of the Olivarez College Sea Lions.

Earlier, Jesus Patambang banged in 20 points for La Salle-Dasmarinas as it downed Unibersidad de Manila,93-59, to hike its record at fifth spot to 5-3.

In the women's side, Josephine Alday led with 20 points as La Salle-Dasmarinas downed Emilio Aguinaldo College, 75-62 and bagged the first finals slot in the women's division.

The Chiefs' loss, their second as against six triumphs, dropped them to second behind the St. Francis Doves (7-2)

Ferreria made 16 points, and unloaded 11 of it in the first quarter, enabling PATTS to take charge with a 20-8 spread.

The Sea Lions forced numerous turnovers in the second period, and with James Abugan making 11 of 17 points, they went on to post a 51-31 halftime advantage.

RJ Cui showed the way for the Sea Lions with 19 points and is expected to again lead the team when it battles the Asian College of Science and Technology Lightnings in a crucial 1:30pm clash today at the Arellano-Legarda gym.

The game will decide if PATTS can keep their hopes alive of making it to the semis.

anghusay
01-15-2007, 08:00 AM
EAC, SFAC, PATTS prevail. PUP stays alive.


4 teams stayed in contention for a semifinals slot while two other teams virtually bowed out of contention in the 14th Petron NCRAA men's basketball tournament held at the Arellano Legarda gym. The EAC Generals had no problems in disposing of the Olivarez College Sea Lions to improve their record to 6-2.

In the third game, the St. Francis of Assisi Doves edged the Arellano University Chiefs 56-55. Doves big man Raymund Ilagan connected on a short jumper just below the 15 foot line for the go-ahead basket with 6 seconds left. Arellano had a chance to win the game but the last second attempt by Gio Ciria Cruz was long and bounced out the back rim. The Doves improved to 8-2 to assure themselves of at least a tie for the 2nd semis spot while the Chiefs dropped to 6-3 with their second straight loss.

Host school the Asian College of Science and Technology Lightnings virtually bowed out of contention with a loss to the PATTS Sea Horses in a hotly contested game. The Sea Horses where virtually ahead throughout the game but the pesky Lightnings led by big men Welland Munoz and Rey Burgos kept the game close. There were instances that fights between the players of the opposing schools almost broke out but cooler heads prevailed. The Sea Horses improved to 6-2 while the Lightnings closed out the single round elimination with a 6-4 mark.

In the last game of the day, the PUP Maroons won a fight marred game against the De La Salle Dasmarinas Patriots. A fight broke out with time down to 19 seconds PUP ahead 74-58. The Patriots conceded the game and requested the officials to run out the clock to avoid any more untoward instances. During the first half, the two guards of both schools also figured in an inbound scuffle which almost led to a bench clearing incident. The Maroons stayed alive with a 5-3 mark while the Patriots fell to 5-4.

anghusay
01-18-2007, 07:11 AM
Chiefs stay in hunt for Final 4 seat

Philippine Star

Tylon Dar Juan hit a triple and Gio Ciria Cruz scored two charities at endgame as the Arellano University Chiefs stunned the Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals, 82-78, yesterday in the 14th Petron-National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) men's basketball tournament at the EAC Sports Complex.

The victory thus enabled the Chiefs to stay in the hunt for one of three remaining Final Four seminfinal slots with their 7-3 win-loss record.

Orlando Daroya topscored for the Chiefs with 22 points, including the go ahead basket off Ciria Cruz's pass in the 1:53 of the contest.

The Generals who blew a five-point lead in the last five minutes, forced the game's last deadlock at 75-all when Ronjay Buenafe sank two free thorws with 1:34 left.

Dar Juan's triple with 30 ticks to go shattered the tie, while Ciria Cruz's two free throws in the ensuing play enable the Chiefs to stay in the lead.

"Defense on their shooters did it. And so did our heads up plays in the crucial minute," said Chiefs coach Leo Isaac, whose wards tied the Generals in fourth spot.

Buenafe fired a career high 39 points and a league record eight triples for the Generals.

gameface_one
01-19-2007, 09:47 AM
Doves, Chiefs eye return trip to finals
Manila Standard Today



LAST year’s finalists St. Francis of Asissi College and Arellano University try to arrange another championship showdown in the 14th Petron-National Capital Region Athletic Association men’s basketball tournament.

But, first, they will have to get past separate foes when the Final Four semifinals get going on Tuesday at the Arellano University Gym in Legarda, Manila.

The St. Francis Doves, who topped the eliminations with their 9-1 win-loss record, clash with the Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals at 10:30 a.m. while the Arellano University Chiefs take on the Asian College of Science and Technology Lightnings at 12 noon.

The Doves took first place at the end of the elimination round after the PATTS College of Aeronautics Sea Horses bowed out of contention when they forfeited three won games. Peter Atencio

gameface_one
01-27-2007, 10:21 AM
Doves, Generals eye championship berths
abs-cbnnews.com


The defending champion St. Francis Doves are seeking a chance to preserve their championship tradition and the Emilio Aguinaldo Generals want to have a date with destiny.

The Arellano University Chiefs will try to get even against the Asian College Science and Technology Lightnings, who are out looking for respect.

All four squads will try to get the wishes of their hearts when the rubber match of the 14th Petron-National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) men’s basketball semifinals gets going today at the EAC Sports Center.

The Generals (1-0) have the upperhand when they clash with the Doves at their own homecourt at 9 a.m. while the Lightnings (1-0) have the psychological edge in their 10:30 a.m. clash with the Chiefs later at 10:30 a.m.

EAC will be shooting for their third straight collegiate title, counting the University Games and the Universities and Colleges Athletic Association.

The Nomar Isla-coached Generals and the Ricky Alcantara-mentored Lightnings gained the momentum when they beat their heavily favored foes at the start of their Final Four semifinals at the jampacked Arellano-Legarda gym last Tuesday.

Gester Ebuen banged in 14 points and delivered the baskets which carried the Generals to a 68-64 beating of the Doves, who had a twice-to-beat privilege with the Chiefs.

Welland Munoz hit 27 points, including two baskets which spelled the difference in the last three minutes and powered the Lightnings to a 75-67 beating of the Arellano Chiefs.

Isla said that the Generals will need to contain the Doves’ shooters if they want entry into the championship round.

They are looking for a repeat of the good season they had in 2005, when they won three collegiate titles.

Doves’ coach Gabby Velasco is confident that his boys will have the maturity to handle the pressure of trying to make it to the finals again.

The Lightnings will try to come up with their best finish since joining the league only last year. For the Chiefs, it will be their chance to prove that they still have the fighting form which enabled them to challenge the Doves for the title last year.

gameface_one
03-01-2007, 10:32 AM
Arellano bags NCRAA crown
mb.com.ph





THE ARELLANO University Chiefs banked on the steady free-throw shooting of Gio Ciriacruz in the endgame to claim their first-ever title in the 14th Petron-NCRAA basketball tournament yesterday.


Ciriacruz handed it to the Chiefs after scoring two free throws off Alain Musni’s foul with 3.8 seconds to go, giving Arellano a 67-64 triumph over the Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium.

The six-foot Ciriacruz made only six points and got a chance to win it for the Chiefs when Musni got in his way after receiving an inbound from Bonlex Magcawas.

His effort enabled the Chiefs’ to improve on their runner-up finish after losing in the finals to the St. Francis Doves last year.

"We wanted the game na medyo dragging. Kung may takbuhan, tatakbo tayo. Gusto namin na mababa ang score, magkalapit ang score dito. In this instance, makakatsamba kami," said Chiefs coach Leo Isaac.

Earlier, Adriel de Leon delivered 22 points, while Earl Limboy had 21 in powering the Arellano Baby Chiefs to the junior crown with a 99-74 beating of Olivarez High School.

The Chiefs finished the best-of-three title series with a 2-1 win-loss record after bowing to the Generals, 77-65, in Game 2.

It was an emotional win for the Chiefs, whose supporters and that of the Generals had to be restrained from pelting each other with debris and water bottles.

Magcawas showed the way for the Chiefs with 18 points, including two charities with 50.3 ticks to go off Ronjay Buenafe’s foul, 65-62.

Tylon Darjuan, who was adjudged the league MVP, tallied only nine behind Nathaniel Estilo’s 12.

whiplash
03-03-2007, 12:57 AM
heard the crowd reacted bad to the refs on the championship?

Wang-Bu
07-18-2007, 09:07 AM
Kelan po ang Opening Day ng NCRAA?

anghusay
07-18-2007, 01:04 PM
NCRAA season starts during the 2nd trimester. around november. some of the NCRAA members schools are part of the UCAA which will start on August 25. (EAC, SFAC, Olivarez, ACSAT, PSBA)

gameface_one
12-05-2007, 11:20 AM
Arellano five nips PATTS
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The defending champion Arellano University Chiefs, the Philippine Merchant Marine School of Las Pinas Mariners and the Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals whipped their respective foes yesterday in the 15th Smart National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) men’s basketball tournament at the Arellano Legarda gym.


The Chiefs survived a close call against the PATTS School of Aeronautics Sea Horses, 77-76, with Gio Ciriacruz sinking the winning charity in the final second.

PATTS fell behind at 2-2.

Ciriacruz led the Chiefs with 19 points, including a free throw off Jayvee Ferreria’s foul, handing the Leo Isaac-coached quintet their third win in four matches.

Cameroon recruit Romeo Fotue scored 18 points as the Generals whipped City College of Manila, 103-78.

Gester Ebuen and Lowell Yaya combined for 17 points in the second quarter, enabling the Generals (2-3) to pull away, 52-34, at halftime.

gameface_one
12-18-2007, 08:54 AM
Pupos shines as Lightnings sink Mariners
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THE ASIAN College of Science and Technology Lightnings relied on a first-quarter explosion to dispose of the Philippine Merchant Marine School Mariners, 97-91, yesterday in the 15th Smart-National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) basketball tournament at the Emilio Aguinaldo College Sports Center.


The Lightnings shackled the Mariners to just five points in the first 10 minutes, and never looked back as they went on to post their fifth triumph in eight matches.

The Ricky Alcantara-coached Lightnings moved up to third position, while the Mariners fell behind at 4-3 in this cagefest also backed by Petron, Mikasa and Molten Balls.

The Mariners now share the same slate with the La Salle-Dasmariñas Patriots, who won by default over the City Colleges of Manila.

Nikko Pupos showed the way for the Lightnings with 29 points while Harvey Igtos hit 22 points.

Igtos tallied nine points in the first canto, while Pupos poured in eight as they joined hands for a big 31-5 spurt which decided matters in the Lightnings’ favor.

Pupos had eight points in the second period, including two of three triples that enabled the Lightnings to post a 46-29 lead at halftime.

The Mariners tried to charge back into the lead off baskets coming from Jay Aranzaso, who single-handedly cut down the Lightnings’ 54-40 spread to just nine, 67-58, at the end of the third period.

But two treys from Igtos in the final 10 minutes kept the Lightnings out of trouble in the ensuing play as they soared to a 73-58 lead.

gameface_one
12-20-2007, 02:50 PM
Doves record 8th straight NCRAA win
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The St. Francis of Assisi College Doves survived the spirited challenge of the Philippine School of Business Administration Jaguars, 75-72, for their 8th straight win in the 15th Smart-National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) men’s basketball tournament.


The Doves forced two crucial turnovers in the endgame, and then relied on the heroics of Leomer Losentes and Raymund Ilagan to extend their winning streak at the Emilio Aguinaldo College Sports Complex.

This solidified the Doves’ grip on the solo lead as they dealt the Jaguars their second defeat in seven matches in this cagefest also backed by Petron, Mikasa and Molten Balls.

The Jaguars dropped to a share of second spot with PATTS School of Aeronautics with similar 5-2 records.

After PSBA tied the count at 72-all on Ferdie Santos’ jumper, the Doves forced the Jaguars into a pair of errors.

The Jaguars turned the ball over twice, enabling Losentes and Ilagan to keep the Doves ahead by splitting their charities, 74-72, in the last 50 seconds.

Losentes tallied a game-high 19 points, while Ilagan drilled in 17.

Meanwhile, Gester Ebuen and Argel Mendoza scored key baskets in the last two minutes to key in the EAC Generals’ 70-65 beating of the defending champion Arellano University Chiefs.

The Generals climbed to third spot in a tie with the Asian College of Science and Technology Lightnings at 5-3. The Chiefs slipped to fourth at 4-3.

Mendoza led with 14 points while Ebuen banged in 13 points for the Generals while Adrian Celada topscored for the Chiefs with 14 points.

whiplash
12-21-2007, 01:06 PM
thanks for the updates gamefaceone! 8)

gameface_one
01-15-2009, 10:17 AM
Baby Chiefs reach finals in NCRAA
Updated January 15, 2009 12:00 AM
Philstar.com


Arellano University drew strength from a big fourth quarter effort as it walloped Olivarez College yesterday to clinch an automatic finals slot in the juniors division of the 16th National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) basketball tournament at the Arellano U Gym.

The Baby Chiefs, who relied on the clutch shooting of Kim Pagayunan, thus completed a six-game sweep of the elimination round that gave them a berth in the best-of-three finals for the third straight year in the event backed by Mikasa, Molten Balls and www.philspike.com.

Pagayunan fired 33 points including 11 in the first seven minutes of the final canto that sparked the breakaway.

The Baby Chiefs could meet Rizal Technological University in the final since the Baby Thunders are currently at second place on a 3-2 (win-loss) record.

Jerben Sagmit and Erwin Catapang banged in 17 and 15 points, respectively, for the Legarda-based school seeking to become the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s newest member.

The_Big_Cat
01-28-2009, 10:35 AM
Chiefs near NCRAA 3-peat
January 28, 2009
Philippine Star


Arellano University overpowered University College of Nursing, 58-49, recently to inch closer to achieving a three-peat feat in the National Capital Region Athletic Association basketball competition at the Arellano U Gym.

Orlando Daroya, a Bacchus Energy Drink standout in the Philippine Basketball League, and Jordan Melano fired 16 points while Adrian Celada chipped in 15 as the Chiefs moved a win away from sweeping the Dragons in their best-of-three title showdown.

Drawing strength from their vaunted full-court pressure defense, the Legarda-based dribblers dictated the tempo early and were never in trouble the rest of the way to seal the win that they hope to follow up with another win in Game 2 today.

nastrans
01-28-2009, 07:30 PM
UC defeated Arellano earlier, 76-70.

Game 3 is on Friday 11:30am at TIP.

nastrans
01-30-2009, 03:27 PM
Universal College wins the 16th NCRAA men's basketball crown after shocking two-time defending champion Arellano University, 71-68, in overtime.

Congratulations to the Universal College Golden Dragons!

tipian
01-30-2009, 07:05 PM
i really enjoyed the game a while ago in our school... though it's not the TIP Engineers... i am proud to say that the game was really a basketball classic... a display of passion and love for the game... sulit ang 20 khit standing room n sa gym nmin knina...

nastrans
01-30-2009, 11:22 PM
^Ang ganda ng gym niyo. :)

The Adrian Celada technical foul for taunting hurt them big, they lost momentum with that infraction.

nastrans
01-31-2009, 09:48 PM
UC dethrones Arellano to win NCRAA crown
Written by jonas_terrado
Friday, January 30, 2009 11:32:00 PM

http://www.ubelt.com/blogs/jonasterrado/viewpost.aspx?id=1115

Universal College pulled off a shocker Friday as it rallied from a double-digit to defeat to oust defending champion Arellano University in overtime, 71-68, to capture the 16th NCRAA men’s basketball tournament at the TIP gym in Quiapo, Manila.

Never considered a favorite to upset the heavily-favored Chiefs, the Golden Dragons came through with big plays from Mark Montilla and Cedric Matugas in the fourth quarter and overtime to come away with the title in just their first season in the league

Montilla, adjudged as the league’s Most Valuable Player, led the Sucat-based dribblers with 20 points while Matugas scored eight points in the extra session to finish with 15 markers.

The win enabled UC to grab its second title in five months after taking the UCAA crown last September, becoming the first team since the 2004-05 Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals to rule both leagues in the same season.

"It's all heart. Sinabi ko lang sa mga bata, tignan na lang natin story ni David and Goliath," said UC head coach Yong Garcia. "Kahit malakas ang Arellano may mga weaknesses pa din sila kaya inatake namin yung weaknesses nila at kami nanalo."

It was a disappointing setback for the Chiefs, which was aiming to become the first team since St Francis of Assisi College, to win a three-peat. But they blew a 12-point third quarter lead and even lost composure in the endgame to deny Leo Isaac a fitting sendoff in his final game as head coach.

Isaac was recently named as the new mentor of the Philippine Basketball Association’s Barako Bull (formerly Red Bull) this week but he will stay on as the school’s athletic director.

Orlando Daroya, who is also playing for Bacchus in the Philippine Basketball League and playing his final game with the school, sizzled anew with 29 points but was silent in the homestretch. Last season’s MVP Adrian Celada and Jordan Melano, both named to the Mythical Five, had 15 and 11, respectively.

Big man Lester Reyes, another Mythical Five member, tied the game at 59-all with eight seconds remaining when he hit a follow-up off a missed foul shot by Alwin Manalang.

The Chiefs had a chance of winning the game in regulation but point guard Harvey Igtos’ layup bounced off the rim at the final second.

UC gained the upper hand in overtime as Matugas, who sat most of the fourth quarter, hit a three-pointer but Arellano eventually took its last lead when Celada buried a triple with 2:22 left that made it a 65-63 affair.

But on that same play, Celada was also assessed with a technical foul for making a taunting gesture allowing Matugas to hit two technical charities that tied the match at 65-all.

From there, seldom-used guard Robert Faundo hit a running shot with 2:06 left that put the Golden Dragons in the lead for good, 67-65 and made key stops late to keep Arellano at bay.

The Chiefs had a chance to send the game to double overtime but Igtos missed a three-point attempt with two seconds to go that gave UC the championship.

Arellano captured Game 1 last Monday on their home floor but UC recovered to tie the series after a 76-70 win at RTU gym in Mandaluyong, giving the Chiefs its first defeat of the season after winning 11 straight games.

Meanwhile, Arellano captured the juniors’ title for the third straight time after a 93-85 win over Rizal Technological University.

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PARANAQUE CITY – Saint Clare College of Caloocan moved to within a game of adding another chapter in their history by taking Game One of the best-of-three championship series of the 21st National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) basketball tournament over the Philippine Merchant Marine School, 70-53, Monday afternoon at the Olivarez College Coliseum. The win stretched the Saints’ perfect record to 13-0 in their debut season in the league. READ MORE (http://servssports.wordpress.com/2014/02/17/ncraa-saints-win-game-one-70-53/)

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MAKATI CITY – Saint Clare College of Caloocan bagged the 21st National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) Men's basketball championship by holding off the Philippine Merchant Marine School, 70-66, Wednesday afternoon (February 19) at the Makati Coliseum. The Saints thus swept the best-of-three series, 2-0, and more importantly finished the tournament undefeated in all 14 appearances. READ MORE (http://servssports.wordpress.com/2014/02/20/saints-sweep-21st-ncraa/)

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MAKATI CITY – De La Salle University-Dasmarinas bagged the 21st National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) Women's basketball championship by holding off Rizal Technological University, 57-55, Wednesday afternoon (February 19) at the Makati Coliseum. The Lady Patriots thus swept the best-of-three series, 2-0, and more importantly finished the tournament undefeated in all 10 appearances. READ MORE (http://servssports.wordpress.com/2014/02/20/saints-sweep-21st-ncraa/)

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11-18-2016, 12:14 AM
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THE LANDSCAPE of Philippine collegiate sports is expected to drastically change with the impending merger of two established leagues, the National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) and the Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (UCLAA) in the second semester of the current academic year. As of the moment, a new name for the NCRAA-UCLAA entity has yet to be agreed upon but that does not stop the union. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2016/11/17/the-merger-ncraa-and-uclaa/)

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11-30-2016, 11:08 AM
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THE INTRIGUING merger between the National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) and Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (UCLAA) is slowly becoming clearer by the day as more details are slowly being made public. As of this writing, 16 schools have signified their intention to participate in the new league set to debut on January 18, 2017 at the Cuneta Astrodome in Pasay City and televised over Basketball TV and Solar Sports. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2016/11/30/more-on-the-merger/)

AnthonyServinio
12-07-2016, 10:57 AM
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Asian Institute of Maritime Studies
Colegio de San Lorenzo
De La Salle University-Dasmarinas
De Ocampo Memorial College
Don Bosco Technical College
Emilio Aguinaldo College
National College of Business and Arts
Olivarez College
PATTS School of Aeronautics
Philippine Merchant Marine School
Philippine School of Business Administration
Philippine State College of Aeronautics
Rizal Technological University
Saint Francis of Assisi College System
Technological Institute of the Philippines
University of Makati

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12-09-2016, 01:45 AM
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THE NEWLY-organized National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) recently formalized its agreement with Solar Entertainment Corporation to air the games of their maiden season over Basketball TV and Solar Sports beginning January 17, 2017 at the Cuneta Astrodome. No less than sixteen schools will compete for supremacy on the Basketball court in the Seniors, Juniors and Women?s Divisions. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2016/12/08/btv-solar-to-air-ncruclaa/)

AnthonyServinio
12-13-2016, 09:09 PM
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12-23-2016, 11:27 AM
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PROMINENTLY DISPLAYED inside the campus of Saint Francis of Assisi College in Las Pinas City is a large tarpaulin entitled "Legends of the Hardcourt" honoring one dozen famous alumni of the school who have made their mark in basketball both in the Philippines and overseas. Not bad for a relatively young learning institution founded only in 1981. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2016/12/23/meet-the-doves-legends/)

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RIZAL TECHNOLOGICAL University will go all out to snare not just the glamorous Basketball trophies but the overall championship as well of the soon to open National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) this January 17 at the Cuneta Astrodome. The Mandaluyong City-based school will be fielding entries in all sporting disciplines in a showcase of all-around athletic might. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/04/rtu-wants-ncruclaa-overall-crown/)

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THERE IS no defending champion to speak off when the inaugural National Capital Region Universities and College of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) opens its doors this January 17 at the Cuneta Astrodome. However, PATTS College of Aeronautics will troop to the court carrying with it a winning tradition. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/06/patts-to-win-more-in-ncruclaa/)

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COLEGIO DE San Lorenzo hopes to rediscover the winning formula as they plunge into action at the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball wars this January 17 at the Cuneta Astrodome. Used to dominating leagues in the past, the Griffins have struggled as of late but still remain among the contenders to claim the new league?s first trophy. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/06/san-lorenzo-dreams-big-with-big-man/)

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SEASON HOST Asian Institute of Maritime Studies will make sure everything will be covered once the very first National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) reels off on January 17, 2017 (Tuesday) at the nearby Cuneta Astrodome, a block away from their campus in Pasay City. Aside from being a good host to 15 other varsity teams, the Blue Sharks will also shoot for a credible performance. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/09/6113/)

AnthonyServinio
01-10-2017, 01:06 AM
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DON BOSCO Technical College is out to pull a surprise or two as they join the inaugural season of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA). The Mandaluyong City-based Greywolves may be one of the smallest in size among the 16 entries but they will be fighting inch for inch. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/10/don-bosco-on-the-title-hunt/)

AnthonyServinio
01-12-2017, 11:15 AM
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TRAVELLING ALL the way from Dasmarinas City will not be an issue for Emilio Aguinaldo College-Cavite as they prepare to contend for the championship of the newly-minted National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball championship. For one, the Vanguard are used to going on long drives to play Metro Manila-based squads in many tournaments in the past. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/12/eac-cavite-starts-journey/)

AnthonyServinio
01-12-2017, 11:19 AM
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PHILIPPINE SCHOOL of Business Administration will try to rekindle its glorious past as they participate in the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) against 15 other varsity teams beginning January 17, 2017 at the Cuneta Astrodome. The Jaguars will continue to have basketball legend Philip Cezar in command of the young and promising cast. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/12/alumni-boosts-psbas-bid/)

AnthonyServinio
01-12-2017, 03:56 PM
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THE NATIONAL Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) has formally named Arturo Cristobal as its Commissioner for Basketball. Cristobal immediately accepted the appointment after meeting with league officials Thursday afternoon (January 12). READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/12/cristobal-is-ncruclaa-commish/)

AnthonyServinio
01-16-2017, 11:50 AM
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HOST SCHOOL Asian Institute of Maritime Studies will tackle Philippine State College of Aeronautics in the first game of a Seniors Division tripleheader to mark the opening of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball tournament at the Cuneta Astrodome this Tuesday (January 17) starting at 11:00 AM. The game will be preceded with a simple one-hour ceremony starting at 10:00 AM. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/16/aims-philsca-open-ncruclaa-hoops/)

AnthonyServinio
01-18-2017, 08:45 AM
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PhilSCA d. AIMS, 96-83

PASAY CITY - Philippine State College of Aeronautics stopped the charge of host school Asian Institute of Maritime Studies, 96-83, in the opening game of the 2017 National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) at the Cuneta Astrodome Tuesday afternoon (January 17). Guard Mark Louie Jimenez stepped up big time with 13 points in the fourth period to key the win for the Iron Eagles. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/17/ncruclaa-philsca-d-aims-96-83/)

Olivarez d. PATTS, 79-77 (OT)

PASAY CITY - Center Jayboy Solis provided the heroics as he gave Olivarez College the tough overtime win over PATTS College of Aeronautics, 79-77, on opening day of the 2017 National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) at the Cuneta Astrodome Tuesday (January 17). Solis scored off an offensive rebound of a missed free throw by teammate Vinny Begaso with nine seconds left in the extension for the marginal basket. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/18/ncruclaa-olivarez-d-patts-79-77-ot/)

San Lorenzo d. PMMS, 74-59

PASAY CITY - Colegio de San Lorenzo scored a surprisingly easy romp over Philippine Merchant Marine School, 74-59, on Day One of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) at the Cuneta Astrodome Tuesday (January 17). Coach Boni Garcia had the luxury of giving extended time to his role players with the game firmly in hand by the second half. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/18/ncruclaa-san-lorenzo-d-pmms-74-59/)

Games January 19 - PATTS Gym, Paranaque City

8:00 AM Saint Francis vs. NCBA
10:00 AM DLSU-Dasmarinas vs. Makati
12:00 PM EAC-Cavite vs. PSBA-QC
2:00 PM RTU vs. TIP-Manila
4:00 PM Don Bosco vs. De Ocampo

AnthonyServinio
01-19-2017, 09:57 PM
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Saint Francis d. NCBA, 79-54

PARANAQUE CITY ? Saint Francis of Assisi College began its National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) on a high note by blasting National College of Business and Arts, 79-54, Thursday morning (January 19) at the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics. The best the Wildcats could do was take a 2-0 lead and it was all Doves from that point onwards. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/19/ncruclaa-saint-francis-d-ncba-79-54/)

DLSU-D d. UMak, 97-64

PARANAQUE CITY ? De La Salle University-Dasmarinas bucked a slow start to subdue University of Makati, 97-64, in continuing action from the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) at the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics Thursday (January 19). John Cantimbuhan came off the bench to spark the Patriots? strong second period run that settled the final outcome early. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/19/ncruclaa-dlsu-d-d-makati-97-64/)

PSBA-QC d. EAC-Cavite, 66-57

PARANAQUE CITY ? Philippine School of Business Administration went through the wringer before outlasting Emilio Aguinaldo College-Cavite, 66-57, at the resumption of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball tournament at the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics Thursday afternoon (January 19). Big plays down the stretch by Christian Daguro and Mark Anthony Briones saved the day for the Jaguars of Coach Philip Cezar. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/19/ncruclaa-psba-qc-d-eac-cavite-66-57/)

RTU d. TIP-Manila, 67-62

PARANAQUE CITY ? The small men of Rizal Technological University cut down to size the much taller Technological Institute of the Philippines, 67-62, on the second day of Basketball competitions of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) at the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics Thursday (January 19). The Blue Thunder took advantage of the Engineers? suddenly cold shooting in the third period to turn the tide in their favor. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/19/ncruclaa-rtu-d-tip-67-62/)

DOMC d. Don Bosco, 105-61

PARANAQUE CITY ? De Ocampo Memorial College proved too much to handle for Don Bosco Technical College as they easily walked home with the win, 105-61, in the featured game Thursday (January 19) from the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) from the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics. The Cobras were hardly challenged as team leader Dahrrel Caranguian helped deliver the early knockout blow with a mind-boggling first period show. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/19/ncruclaa-domc-d-don-bosco-105-61/)

AnthonyServinio
01-24-2017, 10:17 AM
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PhilSCA d. UMak

MAKATI CITY ? Philippine State College of Aeronautics soared to their second straight victory by surviving University of Makati, 94-89, in continuing action from the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball tournament. The visiting Iron Eagles bucked the hostile home crowd at the UMak Gym to earn a share of the early league leadership while keeping the host Herons winless. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/23/ncruclaa-philsca-d-makati-94-89/)

San Lorenzo d. Saint Francis, 87-67

MAKATI CITY ? The projected dream matchup for two undefeated teams fizzled out as Colegio de San Lorenzo made easy work of Saint Francis of Assisi College, 87-67, at the resumption of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball games at the University of Makati Gym Monday (January 23). The Griffins banked on a strong third period anchored on a barrage of triples by Jan Dominic Formento and the inside forays of Louie Vargas to get their second win in as many starts. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/23/ncruclaa-san-lorenzo-d-saint-francis-87-67/)

NCBA d. AIMS, 75-64

MAKATI CITY ? National College of Business and Arts tallied its first win in the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball tournament by getting the better of season host Asian Institute of Maritime Studies, 75-64, Monday (January 23) at the University of Makati Gym. The Wildcats thus bounced back from their 54-79 defeat at the hands of Saint Francis of Assisi College last Thursday (January 19). READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/23/ncruclaa-ncba-d-aims-75-64/)

PMMS d. DLSU-D, 95-75

MAKATI CITY ? After dropping their season opener, Philippine Merchant Marine School vented their ire on an unsuspecting De La Salle University-Dasmarinas, 95-75, in the main game Monday (January 23) of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball tournament at the University of Makati Gym. Considered one of the favorites to win the crown, the Mariners wasted no time in dismantling the suddenly lackluster Patriots by grabbing the first period, 20-9, behind the big plays of team captain Elvin Chan and Richmond Gilbero. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/24/ncruclaa-pmms-d-dlsu-d-95-75/)

AnthonyServinio
01-26-2017, 10:06 PM
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PSBA-QC d. TIP-Manila, 90-88 (OT)

PARANAQUE CITY - Surprising Philippine School of Business Administration collected another scalp in the form of Technological Institute of the Philippines, 90-88, in overtime as the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) continued at the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics Thursday (January 26). Deniro Gamboa put on a shooting clinic to carry the fight for the Jaguars and his teammates did the rest for their second win in as many games. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/26/ncruclaa-psba-qc-d-tip/)

Olivarez d. EAC-Cavite, 78-38

PARANAQUE CITY - Olivarez College notched its second straight win at the National Capital Regional Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) by smashing Emilio Aguinaldo College-Cavite, 78-38, in continuing action Thursday (January 26) at the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics. The slow and defensive contest in the end favored the Sea Lions as they unleashed their might in the second period despite injuries to key players. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/26/ncruclaa-olivarez-d-eac-cavite-78-38/)

DOMC d. PATTS, 76-72

PARANAQUE CITY - De Ocampo Memorial College survived the late rallies of host team PATTS College of Aeronautics, 76-72, at the resumption of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) at the A. R. Valdez Hall. The Cobras squandered a 19-point lead late in the first half, 45-26, but timely hits saved the day for their second consecutive win in the tournament. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/26/ncruclaa/)

RTU d. Don Bosco, 113-48

PARANAQUE CITY - Rizal Technological University showed no mercy in bamboozling cross-town rival Don Bosco Technical College, 113-48, in the main game of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball tournament at the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics Thursday evening (January 26). The Blue Thunder thus entered into a four-way tie for the leadership of Group A with their second straight win while the Greywolves sank to a share of the cellar with three others at 0-2. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/01/26/6183/)

AnthonyServinio
02-02-2017, 11:05 PM
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RTU d. Olivarez, 82-71

PARANAQUE CITY - Rizal Technological University maintained its undefeated record by trouncing home side Olivarez College, 82-71, at the resumption of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball games at the Olivarez College Gym Thursday morning (February 2). Cyrus Tabi exploded at just the right time to repel the late threat and preserve the win, the Blue Thunder?s third in as many games and the provisional solo lead in Group A. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/02/ncruclaa-rtu-d-olivarez-82-71/)

DOMC d. EAC-Cavite, 107-57

PARANAQUE CITY - Amazing De Ocampo Memorial College streaked to its third consecutive victory at the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) by bulldozing past Emilio Aguinaldo College-Cavite, 107-57, in continuing action Thursday (February 2) at the Olivarez College Gym. The Cobras moved into a share of the lead of Group A with Rizal Technological University with similar 3-0 win-loss cards and sets the stage for their titanic showdown next week at the same venue. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/02/ncruclaa-domc-d-eac-cavite-107-57/)

PATTS d. PSBA-QC, 91-81

PARANAQUE CITY - PATTS College of Aeronautics finally ended its two-game losing slump by taking down no less than erstwhile undefeated Philippine School of Business Administration, 91-81, in continuing action from the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball tournament at the Olivarez College Gym Thursday (February 2). John Paul Manansala survived a bloodied nose to key the Seahorses? fourth period surge to seal the come from behind triumph. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/02/ncruclaa-patts-d-psba-qc-91-81/)

TIP-Manila d. Don Bosco, 79-62

PARANAQUE CITY - Technological Institute of the Philippines had to work extra hard against a vastly improved Don Bosco Technical College and barge into the win column via the 79-62 decision Thursday (February 2) at the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball games at the Olivarez College Gym. In the end, the height and heft advantage of the Engineers prevailed over the speed of the much smaller Greywolves who remained in search of their first win. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/02/ncruclaa-tip-d-don-bosco-79-62/)

AnthonyServinio
02-09-2017, 10:50 AM
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San Lorenzo d. DLSU-D, 81-70

MAKATI CITY - Colegio de San Lorenzo is on a roll after registering their third straight win in the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Associaton (NCRUCLAA) Basketball tournament by trouncing De La Salle University-Dasmarinas, 81-70, at the University of Makati Gym Monday morning (February 6). The Griffins relied on the all-around game of forward King Astrero to send the skidding Patriots to their second straight loss. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/06/6219/)

PMMS d. PhilSCA, 95-65

MAKATI CITY - All Philippine Merchant Marine School needed was an 11-0 run to begin the game and that was it as they sent erstwhile undefeated Philippine State College of Aeronautics crashing to their first defeat at the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA), 95-65, at the University of Makati Gym Monday (February 6). The Mariners likewise matched their opponent's win-loss record at 2-1, winning two in a row. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/06/ncruclaa-pmms-d-philsca-95-65/)

Saint Francis d. AIMS, 76-48

MAKATI CITY - Saint Francis of Assisi College made it back-to-back wins by plastering season host Asian Institute of Maritime Studies, 76-48, at the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball games at the University of Makati Gym Monday (February 6). In the end, it was a walk in the park for the Doves as they kept the Blue Sharks winless in three games. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/06/ncruclaa-saint-francis-d-aims-76-48/)

NCBA d. Makati, 81-77

MAKATI CITY - Armed with a coach who is well-versed in home and away regional leagues, visiting National College of Business and Arts slammed host team University of Makati, 81-77, at the latter's home gym Monday afternoon (February 6) at the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA). Coach Lester del Rosario and his Wildcats successfully bucked the hostile crowd to escape with their second win in three games and join a four-way logjam for Second Place in Group B with Saint Francis of Assisi College, Philippine State College of Aeronautics and Philippine Merchant Marine School. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/06/ncruclaa-ncba-d-makati-81-77/)

AnthonyServinio
02-10-2017, 12:54 AM
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Olivarez d. TIP-Manila, 93-69

PARANAQUE CITY - Olivarez College finally got to taste success on their own home floor as they walloped visiting Technological Institute of the Philippines, 93-69, in the featured game of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball tournament last Thursday (February 9). The Sea Lions thus moved into a three-way tie for Second Place in Group A with Rizal Technological University and Philippine School of Business Administration. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/09/ncruclaa-olivarez-d-tip-93-69/)

PATTS d. EAC-Cavite, 89-61

PARANAQUE CITY - After dropping their first two games, PATTS College of Aeronautics is slowly living up to its lofty pre-tournament billing by tallying their second straight win at the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA). The Seahorses clobbered Emilio Aguinaldo College-Cavite, 89-61, behind the triple double performance of John Paul Manansala Thursday (February 9) at the Olivarez College Gym. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/09/ncruclaa-patts-d-eac-cavite-89-61/)

PSBA-QC d. Don Bosco, 102-59

PARANAQUE CITY - Philippine School of Business Administration returned to the winning track in a big way by blasting Don Bosco Technical College, 102-59, in continuing action from the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) at the Olivarez College Gym Thursday (February 9). A total of six of the 10 players fielded submitted double figures in an awesome display of balanced firepower. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/09/ncruclaa-psba-qc-d-don-bosco-102-59/)

DOMC d. RTU, 79-76

PARANAQUE CITY - In the end, De Ocampo Memorial College remained the lone undefeated team in Group A of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball tournament after they halted erstwhile co-leader Rizal Technological University, 79-76, at the Olivarez College Gym Thursday morning (February 9). Jhonard Clarito hit the big shots in the fourth period to fuel the Cobras? rally and complement the game-long explosion of Dahrell Caranguian to carve out their fourth win in as many games. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/09/ncruclaa-domc-d-rtu-79-73/)

AnthonyServinio
02-14-2017, 04:42 PM
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PhilSCA d. NCBA, 92-76

MAKATI CITY - Philippine State College of Aeronautics claimed a major win over National College of Business and Arts, 92-76, in the main game of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) at the University of Makati Gym Thursday (February 13). The Iron Eagles recovered from their loss in their previous outing and earned a share of Second Place with Saint Francis of Assisi College in Group B with 3-1 win-loss cards. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/13/ncruclaa-philsca-d-ncba-92-76/)

DLSU-D d. AIMS, 77-58

MAKATI CITY - De La Salle University-Dasmarinas picked up a very important win at the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) at the expense of season host Asian Institute of Maritime Studies, 77-58, in continuing action Monday (February 13) at the University of Makati Gym. The win kept the Patriots' Group B playoff hunt alive while arresting their two-game losing streak. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/13/ncruclaa-dlsu-d-d-aims-77-58/)

San Lorenzo d. Makati, 95-84

MAKATI CITY - Rampaging Colegio de San Lorenzo continued its dominance of Group B of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) by taking care of University of Makati, 95-84, at the latter?s campus Monday (February 13). The Griffins thus remained undefeated in four games to pace and earn a foothold into the playoffs. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/13/ncruclaa-san-lorenzo-d-makati-95-84/)

Saint Francis d. PMMS, 78-58

MAKATI CITY - Saint Francis of Assisi College crushed rival Philippine Merchant Marine School, 78-58, in the battle of Las Pinas City-based schools Monday morning (February 13) at the University of Makati Gym in continuing action from the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA). Defense was the key as the Doves where all over the Mariners from the opening period. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/13/ncruclaa-saint-francis-d-pmms-78-58/)

AnthonyServinio
02-16-2017, 10:38 PM
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DOMC d. TIP-Manila, 72-68

PARANAQUE CITY - De Ocampo Memorial College completed one of the most astonishing comebacks in the brief history of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) at the expense of Technological Institute of the Philippines, 72-68, in the featured game Thursday (February 16) at the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics. The Cobras bit and fought their way from a 17-point deficit midway against the much taller Engineers. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/16/ncruclaa-domc-d-tip-manila-72-68/)

RTU d. EAC-Cavite, 72-58

PARANAQUE CITY - Rizal Technological University weathered the surprising tough stand of Emilio Aguinaldo College-Cavite to hack out the 72-58 win at the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball tournament at the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics Thursday afternoon (February 16). The Blue Thunder needed big shots from their key players to earn their fourth win in five starts and a share of Second Place in Group A with Olivarez College. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/16/ncruclaa-rtu-d-eac-c-72-58/)

Olivarez d. PSBA-QC, 77-70

PARANAQUE CITY - Olivarez College needed a strong second half to tame Philippine School of Business Administration, 77-70, in continuing action from the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball tournament at the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics Thursday (February 16). Raymond Andico came off the bench to spark the Sea Lions' rally with 11 points in the third period to reverse their 24-33 halftime deficit. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/16/ncruclaa-olivarez-d-psba-qc-77-70/)

PATTS d. Don Bosco, 124-68

PARANAQUE CITY - PATTS College of Aeronautics continued its climb up the standings of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball tournament with an emphatic 124-68 dismantling of visiting Don Bosco Technical College Thursday morning (February 16) at the A. R. Valdez Hall. The Seahorses are now on a three-game roll after dropping their first two games of the season and moved back into prime contention for a slot in the quarterfinals. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/16/ncruclaa-patts-d-don-bosco/)

AnthonyServinio
02-20-2017, 10:23 PM
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PMMS d. NCBA, 89-67

MAKATI CITY - Philippine Merchant Marine School picked up a crucial win at the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon (NCRUCLAA) at the expense of National College of Business and Arts, 89-67, in continuing action Monday afternoon (February 20) at the University of Makati Gym. The veteran tandem of Domark Matillano and team captain Elvin Chan took turns at providing the offense as the Mariners led from start to finish against the Wildcats. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/20/ncruclaa-pmms-d-ncba-89-67/)

Makati d. AIMS, 102-93 (OT)

MAKATI CITY - This time, the home fans of the University of Makati will go home happy after their Herons carved out a 102-93 win in overtime over visiting Asian Institute of Maritime Studies at the resumption of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) last Thursday (February 20). The home squad finally got to taste a win after four false starts but it was not easy. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/20/ncruclaa-makati-d-aims-102-93-ot/)

Saint Francis d. DLSU-D, 76-68

MAKATI CITY - Saint Francis of Assisi College rolled to its third straight win by thumping hard fighting De La Salle University-Dasmarinas, 76-68, in continuing action from the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Monday at the University of Makati Gym. The Doves thus stayed a game behind undefeated Group B leader Colegio de San Lorenzo which beat Philippine State College of Aeronautics in the earlier game, 86-66. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/20/ncruclaa-saint-francis-d-dlsu-d-76-67/)

San Lorenzo d. PhilSCA, 86-66

MAKATI CITY - Colegio de San Lorenzo kept its National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) perfect record intact via an 86-66 whitewashing of dangerous Philippine State College of Aeronautics Monday morning (February 20) at the University of Makati Gym. A strong second period performance was the key to turn the once tight contest into a blowout as the Griffins coasted to their fifth straight triumph. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/20/nruclaa-san-lorenzo-d-philsca-86-66/)

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DOMC d. PSBA-QC, 90-76

PARANAQUE CITY - De Ocampo Memorial College is now one game away from bagging a clean sweep of Group A of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball games after they took care of Philippine School of Business Administration, 90-76, in the featured game Thursday (February 23) at the A. R. Valdez of PATTS College of Aeronautics. This is the Cobras' sixth straight win with more assignment left next week against Olivarez College. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/23/ncruclaa-domc-d-psba-qc-90-76/)

TIP-Manila d. EAC-Cavite, 77-54

PARANAQUE CITY - Technological Institute of the Philippines overcame a sluggish start to defeat winless Emilio Aguinaldo College-Cavite, 77-54, in continuing action from the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball games at the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics Thursday (February 23). This marks only the Engineers' second win in the tournament and snapping their two-game losing skid. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/23/ncruclaa-tip-d-eac-cavite-77-54/)

PATTS d. RTU, 76-72

PARANAQUE CITY - PATTS College of Aeronautics continued to soar up the standings of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) by chalking up their fourth win in a row by trumping visiting Rizal Technological University, 76-72, at the A. R. Valdez Hall Thursday (February 23). John Paul Manansala was his usual explosive step but timely plays by Jayson Orada in the final minutes saved the day for the Seahorses who managed to tie their opponents at Third Place in Group A at 4-2. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/23/ncruclaa-patts-d-rtu-76-72/)

Olivarez d. Don Bosco, 95-58

PARANAQUE CITY - Olivarez College coasted to its fifth win in six games by crushing Don Bosco Technical College, 95-58, at the resumption of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball tournament at the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics Thursday morning (February 23). The win was important for the Sea Lions as they shoot for a possible top seeding in Group A in their final game next week against undefeated leader De Ocampo Memorial College. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/02/23/ncruclaa-olivarez-d-don-bosco-95-58/)

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San Lorenzo d. NCBA, 77-69

QUEZON CITY - The winning streak of Colegio de San Lorenzo now extends to six games after they got the better of visiting National College of Business and Arts, 77-69, in the main game of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball tournament at the CDSL Gym Wednesday (March 1). Big Jun Gabriel asserted his dominance all over the court to power the home side?s second half surge that secured the win. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/01/ncruclaa-san-lorenzo-d-ncba-77-69/)

DLSU-D d. PhilSCA, 84-80

QUEZON CITY - Playing with their season on the line, De La Salle University-Dasmarinas summoned all its strengths to escape with a thrilling 84-80 victory over a very tough Philippine State College of Aeronautics at the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball tournament at the Colegio de San Lorenzo Gym last Wednesday (March 1). The win meant the winning Patriots tying the Iron Eagles at 3-3 for Fourth Place and the final quarterfinal seat for Group B. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/01/ncruclaa-dlsu-d-d-philsca-84-80/)

Saint Francis d. Makati, 73-58

QUEZON CITY - Saint Francis of Assisi College formally earned a spot in the quarterfinals of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) by finishing off University of Makati, 73-58, at the Colegio de San Lorenzo Gym Wednesday (March 1). The Doves exploited their size advantage to the hilt to repel the repeated attempts of the Herons to close the gap. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/01/ncruclaa-saint-francis-d-makati-73-58/)

PMMS d. AIMS, 61-46

QUEZON CITY - Philippine Merchant Marine School enhanced its chances of making the playoffs of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) by sinking rival Asian Institute of Maritime Studies, 61-46, at the resumption of hostilities Wednesday (March 1) at the Colegio de San Lorenzo Gym. The Mariners rose to 4-2 while keeping the also-ran Blue Sharks winless in six starts. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/01/ncruclaa-pmms-d-aims-61-46/)

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EAC-Cavite d. Don Bosco, 67-58

PARANAQUE CITY - Nothing was at stake except pride, a little bragging rights and avoiding the ignominy of a winless season. In their final assignment, Emilio Aguinaldo College-Cavite finally chalked up its first win at the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball games at the expense of fellow also-ran Don Bosco Technical College, 67-58, at the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics Thursday (March 2). READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/02/ncruclaa-eac-cavite-d-don-bosco-67-58/)

RTU d. PSBA-QC, 89-77

PARANAQUE CITY - Rizal Technological University needed no less than a win in order to advance to the quarterfinals and they got their precious win by routing Philippine School of Business Administration, 89-77, in the penultimate game of Group A action in the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball games at the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics Thursday (March 2). A loss would have been fatal to the cause of the Blue Thunder but their good play rewarded them with Second Place in their group. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/02/ncruclaa-rtu-d-psba-qc-89-77/)

DOMC d. Olivarez, 59-47

PARANAQUE CITY - De Ocampo Memorial College completed a seven-game sweep of Group A of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball games by disposing of Olivarez College, 59-47, at the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics Thursday afternoon (March 2). The Cobras will face the fourth place team from Group B in the knockout quarterfinals next week. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/02/ncruclaa-domc-d-olivarez-59-47/)

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03-03-2017, 09:29 PM
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PMMS d. Makati, 97-69

QUEZON CITY - Philippine Merchant Marine School displayed its deep bench in frustrating University of Makati, 97-69, in the penultimate game of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) elimination phase at the Colegio de San Lorenzo Gym Friday (March 3). Coach Aldrin Morante had the luxury of giving his role players exposure as they gird for the quarterfinals next week. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/03/ncruclaa-pmms-d-makati-97-69/)

Saint Francis d. PhilSCA, 89-63

QUEZON CITY - Saint Francis of Assisi College picked up positive momentum entering next week?s quarterfinal round by trouncing Philippine State College of Aeronautics, 89-63, in their final elimination round game of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball games at the Colegio de San Lorenzo Gym Friday (March 3). Already assured of Second Place in Group B regardless of the result, the Doves still gave it a full effort and send the Iron Eagles further down the rankings and in danger of missing the playoffs. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/03/ncruclaa-saint-francis-d-philsca-89-63/)

San Lorenzo d. AIMS, 72-66

QUEZON CITY - Colegio de San Lorenzo emerged as the undisputed top team of Group B in the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Basketball tournament after they blasted season host Asian Institute of Maritime Studies, 72-66, at the CDSL Gym Friday morning (March 3). The home team Griffins won all seven of their elimination round games while the visiting Blue Sharks ended the season without a single victory. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/03/ncruclaa-san-lorenzo-d-aims-72-66/)

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QUEZON CITY - De La Salle University-Dasmarinas claimed the final Group B quarterfinal berth in the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) by defeating National College of Business and Arts, 92-85, at the Colegio de San Lorenzo Gym Tuesday (March 7). The Patriots earned their fourth win in seven games will next face Group A undefeated top seed De Ocampo Memorial College. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/07/ncruclaa-dlsu-d-d-ncba-92-85/)

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DOMC d. DLSU-D, 91-83

MANILA - Jhonard Clarito gave out a memorable performance to lift De Ocampo Memorial College to the semifinal round of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) by clipping De La Salle University-Dasmarinas, 91-83, at the San Andres Sports Complex Monday (March 13). The forward out of Davao started strong and finished stronger by delivering the killer blows for the victory for the still undefeated Cobras, the Group A top seed. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/13/ncruclaa-domc-d-dlsu-d-91-83/)

RTU d. PMMS, 64-57

MANILA - Small ball Rizal Technological University continued their amazing run by ousting Philippine Merchant Marine School from the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) playoffs, 64-57, at the San Andres Sports Complex Monday (March 13). The Blue Thunder overcame their lethargic start to join earlier qualifier De Ocampo Memorial College in the semifinal round. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/13/ncruclaa-rtu-d-pmms-64-57/)

PATTS d. Saint Francis, 71-68

MANILA - PATTS College of Aeronautics advanced to the semifinal round of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) by erasing Saint Francis of Assisi College, 71-68, in continuing action from the San Andres Sport Complex March 13 (Monday). Up next for the Seahorses are the undefeated De Ocampo Memorial College Cobras who they will face in a best-of-three series next week. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/13/6410/)

San Lorenzo d. Olivarez, 75-68

MANILA - Group B top seed Colegio de San Lorenzo prevented a shutout as they emerged as the sole survivor from their group to make the semifinals of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) after they eliminated Olivarez College, 75-68, at the conclusion of the quarterfinals Monday afternoon (March 13) at the San Andres Sports Complex. The Griffins thus arranged a date with Rizal Technological University in a best-of-three series next week. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/13/ncruclaa-san-lorenzo-d-olivarez-75-68/)

AnthonyServinio
03-20-2017, 08:24 PM
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DOMC d. PATTS, 102-101

PARANAQUE CITY - De Ocampo Memorial College claimed Game One of the best-of-three semifinal series of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Seniors Basketball tournament with a one-point squeaker over PATTS College of Aeronautics, 102-101, at the Olivarez College Coliseum Monday morning (March 20). The Cobras leaned anew on impressive fourth period performances from guard Dahrrel Caranguian and forward Jhonard Clarito to put away the Seahorses. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/20/ncruclaa-domc-d-patts-102-101/)

San Lorenzo d. RTU, 84-77 (OT)

PARANAQUE CITY - Colegio de San Lorenzo stretched its unblemished record further by grabbing Game One of the best-of-three semifinal series of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) at the expense of Rizal Technological University in overtime, 84-77, in continuing action Monday (March 20) at the Olivarez College Coliseum. The Griffins survived their toughest challenge to date thanks to big man Jun Gabriel who took over in the extra session. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/20/ncruclaa-san-lorenzo-d-rtu-84-77-ot/)

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AnthonyServinio
03-22-2017, 09:16 PM
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San Lorenzo d. RTU, 76-75

PARANAQUE CITY - Colegio de San Lorenzo became the first team to advance to the championship round of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Seniors Basketball tournament after they nipped Rizal Technological University, 76-75, in the continuation of the semifinal round Wednesday (March 22) at the Olivarez College Coliseum. The Griffins ended the best-of-three series, 2-0, and remained unbeaten in all their 10 games thus far. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/22/ncruclaa-san-lorenzo-d-rtu-76-75/)

PATTS d. DOMC, 93-89

PARANAQUE CITY - PATTS College of Aeronautics blasted De Ocampo Memorial College, 93-89, to level their best-of-three semfinal series of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Seniors Basketball tournament at the Olivarez College Coliseum Wednesday morning (March 22). The deciding Game Three is set for Friday (March 24) at the same venue with an 8:00 AM tip off. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/22/ncruclaa-patts-d-domc-93-89/)

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03-23-2017, 11:41 PM
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WOMEN: RTU d. EAC-Cavite, 80-74

QUEZON CITY - Rizal Technological University received a tough challenge from Emilio Aguinaldo College-Cavite but still had enough strength left for when it mattered the most as they bagged Game One of the best-of-three championship series of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Women?s Basketball tournament at the Colegio de San Lorenzo Gym Thursday (March 23). Final score was 80-74. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/23/ncruclaa-rtu-one-away-from-womens-hoops-crown/)

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JUNIORS: NCBA d. Saint Francis, 84-81

QUEZON CITY - Top seed National College of Business and Arts took Game One of the best-of-three series for the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Juniors Basketball tournament over Saint Francis of Assisi College, 84-81, at the Colegio de San Lorenzo Gym Thursday morning (March 23). The Junior Wildcats can wrap up the championship in Game Two set for Tuesday (March 28) still at CDSL. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/23/ncruclaa-ncba-nears-juniors-title/)


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03-24-2017, 01:34 PM
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PARANAQUE CITY - It will be De Ocampo Memorial College versus Colegio de San Lorenzo for the inaugural National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Seniors Basketball championship. The Cobras earned the right to face the Griffins after they defeated the PATTS Colleges of Aeronautics Seahorses in their do-or-die encounter, 97-88, at the Olivarez College Coliseum Friday morning (March 24). READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/24/ncruclaa-domc-d-patts-97-88/)

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03-27-2017, 03:43 PM
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MAKATI CITY - De Ocampo Memorial College moved closer to history by winning Game One of the best-of-three championship series of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Seniors Basketball tournament over Colegio de San Lorenzo, 92-87, at the Makati Coliseum Monday morning (March 27). The Cobras also dealt the Griffins their first loss of the season after going undefeated through 10 games. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/27/ncruclaa-domc-d-san-lorenzo-92-87/)

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03-28-2017, 06:53 PM
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QUEZON CITY - National College of Business and Arts crowned itself the champions of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Juniors Division with an emphatic 82-75 decision over a tough Saint Francis of Assisi College at the Colegio de San Lorenzo Gym Tuesday (March 28). The Junior Wildcats woke up just in time from their lethargic start to carve out the victory and sweep not just the best-of-three series but also all their 10 games in the tournament. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/28/sweet-sweep-for-ncba-juniors/)

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QUEZON CITY - This time, Rizal Technological University wasted no time in sweeping away Emilio Aguinaldo College-Cavite, 80-40, and annex the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Women?s Division Championship at the Colegio de San Lorenzo Gym Tuesday (March 28). The game was a far cry from the series opener which the Lady Thunder barely won, 80-74, last March 23. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/28/rtu-ncruclaa-hoops-queens/)

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03-29-2017, 03:29 PM
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MAKATI CITY - Colegio de San Lorenzo summoned their collective survival instincts to frustrate De Ocampo Memorial College, 89-78, and force a deciding Game Three in the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA) Seniors Basketball championship series at the Makati Coliseum Wednesday morning (March 29). The decider is scheduled on Friday (March 31) at the same venue starting at 10:00 AM. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/29/san-lorenzo-levels-ncruclaa-finals-series/)

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04-01-2017, 11:03 AM
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MAKATI CITY - Colegio de San Lorenzo is the very first Seniors Basketball champions of the National Capital Region Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (NCRUCLAA). The Griffins made history by taking care of a fighting and game De Ocampo Memorial College, 98-82, in Game Three of their best-of-three series at the Makati Coliseum Friday morning (March 31). READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/03/31/san-lorenzo-ncruclaa-hoops-champs/)

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NOTED AND RESPECTED sportsman Manuel "Buddy" Encarnado was recently appointed as the new General Manager of the National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA). The appointment was accepted by Encarnado in front of officials and school representatives of the league that is marking its 25th season this coming November. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2017/09/12/encarnado-named-ncraa-gm/)

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