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gameface_one
01-13-2007, 01:35 PM
Which collegiate teams outside of Metro Manila can give the UAAP and NCAA schools tough competition?

The Cebu Schools like West Negros College and University of Visayas have dominated the Visayan Leagues in the past years. How about the schools from Mindanao?

Let's start loading up this sub-forum with your favorite non-Manila based squads.

Sam Miguel
04-17-2007, 01:34 PM
I don't really know about teams but there have been a lot of players who have been outstanding in smaller leagues and teams outside of Metro Manila.

Leomer Losentes of St Francis of Assissi (Laguna) comes immediately to mind. In the Nike tournament last summer he was head and shoulders above the rest of his team and playing toe to toe with the UAAP and NCAA guards.

Jeff Lapitan was another former SFACS Laguna player who is now looking to play for the EAC Generals. Unfortunately the 6-foot-5 center-forward's most memorable moment in the offseason tournaments was his right straight to the back of Martin Quimson's head, which promptly got him tossed from that game.

Howard the Duck
08-08-2007, 08:13 PM
the pampanga trio: UA-P, AUF and HAU

joelex
08-23-2007, 10:46 PM
san sebastian cavite for some time was much better than their baste counterparts in legarda. i remember a column from beth celis a few years back devoted to this school.

notable players:

Axel Doruelo - UP, teletech
Mark Yee - Cebuana Lhuillier
Jerome Cenita - still playing this season in NAASCU, but played for DAZZ in the PBL last season and also in Tagaytay Spring in the NBC previously.
Glen Bolocon - still playing, played for Tagaytay Spring
Barry Lllagas - UE
Jose Magdadaro - Teletech
John Villaver - Pagadian Explorers

thats 7 players who are not only UAAP / NCAA material but are commercial capable too. thie coach is egay macaraya, former PBA player.

Wang-Bu
08-24-2007, 10:16 AM
San Lorenzo (limot ko na kung college o university sila) sa Bataan.

Dito nanggaling ang mga AMACU Titans na sina CHITO JAIME at ROMMEL GALVEZ.

Sam Miguel
08-29-2007, 03:54 PM
ST FRANCIS OF ASSISI COLLEGE in Los Banos Laguna has produced 5-foot-7 pointguard LEOMER LOSENTES and 6-foot-5 present EAC Manila transferee center JEFF LAPITAN.

AnthonyServinio
08-30-2007, 12:47 AM
San Lorenzo (limot ko na kung college o university sila) sa Bataan.

Dito nanggaling ang mga AMACU Titans na sina CHITO JAIME at ROMMEL GALVEZ.



COLEGIO de San Lorenzo is located at Congressional Avenue, Project 8, Quezon City.

thadzonline
10-09-2007, 10:15 AM
University of the Visayas Green Lancers in Cebu, prior to this season had a 64-1 win-loss record losing only to the University of Cebu Webmasters. They are having their worst season so far, losing once to the Jaguars in the elimination, losing again to the Jaguars in the semifinals before finally wrapping up the series with a 1-point win, again losing in the first game of the finals against the University of San Carlos Warriors. they have so far tied the best of five series at 1-1 but faces the possibility of losing the title for the very first time in the 7 year history of the CESAFI

MonL
10-12-2007, 10:05 PM
san sebastian cavite for some time was much better than their baste counterparts in legarda. i remember a column from beth celis a few years back devoted to this school.

notable players:

Axel Doruelo - UP, teletech
Mark Yee - Cebuana Lhuillier
Jerome Cenita - still playing this season in NAASCU, but played for DAZZ in the PBL last season and also in Tagaytay Spring in the NBC previously.
Glen Bolocon - still playing, played for Tagaytay Spring
Barry Lllagas - UE
Jose Magdadaro - Teletech
John Villaver - Pagadian Explorers

thats 7 players who are not only UAAP / NCAA material but are commercial capable too. thie coach is egay macaraya, former PBA player.



Don't ever forget the earliest product coming from SSC-Cavite which made the big leap to the NCAA, the MICAA and finally, a long and distinguished career in the PBA (drum roll naman): San Beda's Abe King.

AnthonyServinio
10-26-2007, 01:55 AM
san sebastian cavite for some time was much better than their baste counterparts in legarda. i remember a column from beth celis a few years back devoted to this school.

notable players:

Axel Doruelo - UP, teletech
Mark Yee - Cebuana Lhuillier
Jerome Cenita - still playing this season in NAASCU, but played for DAZZ in the PBL last season and also in Tagaytay Spring in the NBC previously.
Glen Bolocon - still playing, played for Tagaytay Spring
Barry Lllagas - UE
Jose Magdadaro - Teletech
John Villaver - Pagadian Explorers

thats 7 players who are not only UAAP / NCAA material but are commercial capable too. thie coach is egay macaraya, former PBA player.


* * *ACTUALLY, you can say that the Baycats were lucky at that time because the varsity of Salazar Tech in Cebu got disbanded after the school was kicked out of the CeSAFI.* That allowed them to land Jan Villaver and Jose Magdadaro.* They also went on a massive Vis-Min talent search that landed Glen Bolocon from San Jose-Recoletos, Mark Yee from Bacolod and also Jerome Cenita plus several of their role players.* It was a big plus that Coach Egay Macaraya is from Bohol so he was able to convince these players to come over.* Axel Doruelo was the lone Luzon guy of note, being a transferee from PUP-Santa Mesa.* They probably had only two to three guys who were natives of Cavite while majority of the players were of Vis-Min origin.

* * *These days, the team is mostly composed of Cavitenos but still competitive.

ankle breaker
11-28-2007, 05:20 AM
san sebastian cavite for some time was much better than their baste counterparts in legarda. i remember a column from beth celis a few years back devoted to this school.

notable players:

Axel Doruelo - UP, teletech
Mark Yee - Cebuana Lhuillier
Jerome Cenita - still playing this season in NAASCU, but played for DAZZ in the PBL last season and also in Tagaytay Spring in the NBC previously.
Glen Bolocon - still playing, played for Tagaytay Spring
Barry Lllagas - UE
Jose Magdadaro - Teletech
John Villaver - Pagadian Explorers

thats 7 players who are not only UAAP / NCAA material but are commercial capable too. thie coach is egay macaraya, former PBA player.


* * *ACTUALLY, you can say that the Baycats were lucky at that time because the varsity of Salazar Tech in Cebu got disbanded after the school was kicked out of the CeSAFI.* That allowed them to land Jan Villaver and Jose Magdadaro.* They also went on a massive Vis-Min talent search that landed Glen Bolocon from San Jose-Recoletos, Mark Yee from Bacolod and also Jerome Cenita plus several of their role players.* It was a big plus that Coach Egay Macaraya is from Bohol so he was able to convince these players to come over.* Axel Doruelo was the lone Luzon guy of note, being a transferee from PUP-Santa Mesa.* They probably had only two to three guys who were natives of Cavite while majority of the players were of Vis-Min origin.

* * *These days, the team is mostly composed of Cavitenos but still competitive.

i think jose magdadaro is form liloan town in cebu.

joelex
11-29-2007, 02:25 AM
UNIVERSITY OF MANILA (UM) HAWKS * of coach Loreto Tolentino continues to produce good (and tough) players. They have a good program and manage to contend every year for the title despite leaning on their junior mainstays only as their farm for their seniors team, unlike others who collect and house UAAP and NCAA ineligible players.

notable players and alumni:

Nelson Asaytono* -* one of the most lethal scorers philippine basketball has seen.
Biboy Simon* * * *- the assasin, MBA scoring record 52 pts
Leo Avenido* * * -recruited by nearby FEU, went on to be UAAP scoring champ
Eugene Tan* *-* *either you hate him or you love him, but stamped class in his successful PBL career. now part of rp team to SEA games
Jovy Sese* * * * *-former PBA player
Mark Saquilayan -former PBL player
Ronnie Mattias* -Pharex main man. figured in the middle of UE-adamson tug of war, slowly getting mainstream attention.
Ryan Regalado -one of those unheard of barangay stars. very underrated. definitely PBL material, takes and
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * makes 28 footers with ease. had a brief but productive stint in the NBC.
Kelvin Gregorio- UE starter, Mail and More PBL
Frank Bonus* -rising star. STI may get all the love recently, but this guy consistently torched them during*their NAASCU collitions.
Allen Maliksi - will strut stuff next year for the UST Tigers. tall and lanky for a swingman but athletic and very physical player think of another Mirza in a year or 2.


for 4 seasons went unbeaten. wondered why this school never participated in off season leagues such as the fr martin.

Mhel_Garrido
12-01-2007, 06:44 PM
UNIVERSITY OF MANILA (UM) HAWKS of coach Loreto Tolentino continues to produce good (and tough) players. They have a good program and manage to contend every year for the title despite leaning on their junior mainstays only as their farm for their seniors team, unlike others who collect and house UAAP and NCAA ineligible players.

not




Obviously you are referring to the STI College Olympians.
Just want to say that in the NAASCU, these players are still eligible and were cleared to play by the screening committee that they can play. The screening committee is composed of the heads of the member schools.

Fyi, Howard Flor & Raymond Tiongco are both 25 and used up their eligibility with NU & MIT respectively.
In the UAAP and NCAA they wont make the grades since 24 ang cut off. Mark Balneg is 23 and has one more year left of eligibility with Letran but still transferred to STI. The residency rule of the NAASCU involves only the ten member schools. So if a baller from CEU Malolos transfers to STI then it will not be allowed.

Next school year, the following rules will be implemented. Eligibility was brought down to 23 years old! That means only 5 olympians will be back next year, the core which we envisioned to play for 2 yrs including our MVP Dexter Micutuan have suddenly used up their final year. Also, players coming from the UAAP & NCAA will have their years of eligibility in those schools counted.

Remember that UM which has been an educational institution for more than 90 yrs is an original member of the NCAA. They pride themselves with the number of athletes they have produced which includes other sports. In fairness totoo naman na they have produced a lot of great athletes and we know them.

The NAASCU just concluded its 7th Season, and is positioning itself as the "3rd LEague, " but then again a lot of people do not even bother to look at this tourney and just began to know about it since STI made news in the recent CCL.

Anyway, STI is just in its 24th year and our varsity team was formed only in 2004. We have High Schools in Las Pinas, Rosario and Cagayan de Oro and these schools are not yet stable in terms of enrollment. That is why we have no homegrown stars. We consider our homegrown stars as players who were part of the InterSTI basketball tournament two of the recent MVPs are with the team.

The next step for STI is a nationwide recruitment for its next set of Olympians. I hope that with the popularity that the team made in the recent CCL, we can convince aspiring players to say that yeah we know that school.

Abangan mo na lang pre, nagsisimula lang kami..pero hindi niyo kaya naisip bakit lumipat ang mga iyan sa amin, there must be something worth looking at sa STI.

Thanks

joelex
12-02-2007, 10:10 AM
i did not mention anything wrong with STI's recruitment, merely mentioned it. :)

in fact when some NAASCU team personnel i talked to were against the influx of talents in your team, i concluded that rules are rules and anything that wouldnt go against it is of course allowed.

again nothing wrong with it and the post focuses on the UM hawks. thanks. :)

dioning
12-02-2007, 07:22 PM
UNIVERSITY OF MANILA (UM) HAWKS * of coach Loreto Tolentino continues to produce good (and tough) players. They have a good program and manage to contend every year for the title despite leaning on their junior mainstays only as their farm for their seniors team, unlike others who collect and house UAAP and NCAA ineligible players.

notable players and alumni:

Nelson Asaytono* -* one of the most lethal scorers philippine basketball has seen.
Biboy Simon* * * *- the assasin, MBA scoring record 52 pts
Leo Avenido* * * -recruited by nearby FEU, went on to be UAAP scoring champ
Eugene Tan* *-* *either you hate him or you love him, but stamped class in his successful PBL career. now part of rp team to SEA games
Jovy Sese* * * * *-former PBA player
Mark Saquilayan -former PBL player
Ronnie Mattias* -Pharex main man. figured in the middle of UE-adamson tug of war, slowly getting mainstream attention.
Ryan Regalado -one of those unheard of barangay stars. very underrated. definitely PBL material, takes and
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * makes 28 footers with ease. had a brief but productive stint in the NBC.
Kelvin Gregorio- UE starter, Mail and More PBL
Frank Bonus* -rising star. STI may get all the love recently, but this guy consistently torched them during*their NAASCU collitions.
Allen Maliksi - will strut stuff next year for the UST Tigers. tall and lanky for a swingman but athletic and very physical player think of another Mirza in a year or 2.


for 4 seasons went unbeaten. wondered why this school never participated in off season leagues such as the fr martin.



Zandro Limpot of Lasalle and Paul Alvarez of San Sebastian are also products of the University of Manila. Doon ata sila nag high school.

codiak
12-02-2007, 08:29 PM
UNIVERSITY OF MANILA (UM) HAWKS * of coach Loreto Tolentino continues to produce good (and tough) players. They have a good program and manage to contend every year for the title despite leaning on their junior mainstays only as their farm for their seniors team, unlike others who collect and house UAAP and NCAA ineligible players.

notable players and alumni:

Nelson Asaytono* -* one of the most lethal scorers philippine basketball has seen.
Biboy Simon* * * *- the assasin, MBA scoring record 52 pts
Leo Avenido* * * -recruited by nearby FEU, went on to be UAAP scoring champ
Eugene Tan* *-* *either you hate him or you love him, but stamped class in his successful PBL career. now part of rp team to SEA games
Jovy Sese* * * * *-former PBA player
Mark Saquilayan -former PBL player
Ronnie Mattias* -Pharex main man. figured in the middle of UE-adamson tug of war, slowly getting mainstream attention.
Ryan Regalado -one of those unheard of barangay stars. very underrated. definitely PBL material, takes and
* * * * * * * * * * * * * * makes 28 footers with ease. had a brief but productive stint in the NBC.
Kelvin Gregorio- UE starter, Mail and More PBL
Frank Bonus* -rising star. STI may get all the love recently, but this guy consistently torched them during*their NAASCU collitions.
Allen Maliksi - will strut stuff next year for the UST Tigers. tall and lanky for a swingman but athletic and very physical player think of another Mirza in a year or 2.


for 4 seasons went unbeaten. wondered why this school never participated in off season leagues such as the fr martin.



Zandro Limpot of Lasalle and Paul Alvarez of San Sebastian are also products of the University of Manila. Doon ata sila nag high school.



coach Dualan ng PCU kasabay ni Biboy Simon. ::) correct me if I wrong

thadzonline
12-02-2007, 09:16 PM
I hope, malevel off ang field when it comes to recruiting players and make players play for colleges in their hometowns, of course marami pa dapat i improve ang provincial teams in terms of coaching and training, but for the development of talent in the grassroots, I personally think it is a good idea to develop talent where it comes from

Mhel_Garrido
12-03-2007, 08:54 PM
i did not mention anything wrong with STI's recruitment, merely mentioned it.* :)

in fact when some NAASCU team personnel i talked to were against the influx of talents in your team, i concluded that rules are rules and anything that wouldnt go against it is of course allowed.

again nothing wrong with it and the post focuses on the UM hawks. thanks.* :)


Thanks for the clarification.
We know that most of them dislike the influx of those players to our team. That is why during the NAASCU meetings they kinda connived to set different rules so that it wont happen again. BOttomline, nang dahil doon nagkaron ng review ng rules ng NAASCU. Well, our team next year will be back to the drawing board and the UM Hawks are again favored. Very influential ang kanilang head kaya kung minsan nakakainis dahil panay pakabig sa UM ang gusto.
Anyway, hindi naman lagi panalo tayo. As they say, we will build again..now from scratch.

oca
12-04-2007, 08:53 AM
i did not mention anything wrong with STI's recruitment, merely mentioned it.* :)

in fact when some NAASCU team personnel i talked to were against the influx of talents in your team, i concluded that rules are rules and anything that wouldnt go against it is of course allowed.

again nothing wrong with it and the post focuses on the UM hawks. thanks.* :)


Thanks for the clarification.
We know that most of them dislike the influx of those players to our team. That is why during the NAASCU meetings they kinda connived to set different rules so that it wont happen again. BOttomline, nang dahil doon nagkaron ng review ng rules ng NAASCU. Well, our team next year will be back to the drawing board and the UM Hawks are again favored. Very influential ang kanilang head kaya kung minsan nakakainis dahil panay pakabig sa UM ang gusto.
Anyway, hindi naman lagi panalo tayo. As they say, we will build again..now from scratch.


Pareng Mhel,

Suggestion lang on that "connived to set different rules".

Para matiyak na hindi pinipilayan ng bagong rules ang STI, ipanukala niyo na pag may bagong rule, it should not be amended for at least 2 years and cannot be repealed for 3 from the date of implementation.

Sa ganyang paraan, pag-iisipang mabuti ang rason at detayle ng bagong rules. What may be intended to cripple your team will eventually affect other team's recruitment. Pero kung pwedeng baguhin later to accomodate influential members lagi kayong crippled niyan.

Imagine promulgating a new rule next season para pilayan kayo. Then the year after when one influential school is able to get hold of players with similar background as you have now, they will amend or repeal same rules para makapaglaro yung nakuha nilang player.

Bottomline, the league as a whole cannot be too restrictive in its policy/ rules on recruitment for inevitably every member is affected. But if newly promulgated rules can be whimsically amended or repealed, kawawa ang less influential members.

Mhel_Garrido
12-13-2007, 03:10 PM
i did not mention anything wrong with STI's recruitment, merely mentioned it. :)

in fact when some NAASCU team personnel i talked to were against the influx of talents in your team, i concluded that rules are rules and anything that wouldnt go against it is of course allowed.

again nothing wrong with it and the post focuses on the UM hawks. thanks. :)


Thanks for the clarification.
We know that most of them dislike the influx of those players to our team. That is why during the NAASCU meetings they kinda connived to set different rules so that it wont happen again. BOttomline, nang dahil doon nagkaron ng review ng rules ng NAASCU. Well, our team next year will be back to the drawing board and the UM Hawks are again favored. Very influential ang kanilang head kaya kung minsan nakakainis dahil panay pakabig sa UM ang gusto.
Anyway, hindi naman lagi panalo tayo. As they say, we will build again..now from scratch.


Pareng Mhel,

Suggestion lang on that "connived to set different rules".

Para matiyak na hindi pinipilayan ng bagong rules ang STI, ipanukala niyo na pag may bagong rule, it should not be amended for at least 2 years and cannot be repealed for 3 from the date of implementation.

Sa ganyang paraan, pag-iisipang mabuti ang rason at detayle ng bagong rules. What may be intended to cripple your team will eventually affect other team's recruitment. Pero kung pwedeng baguhin later to accomodate influential members lagi kayong crippled niyan.

Imagine promulgating a new rule next season para pilayan kayo. Then the year after when one influential school is able to get hold of players with similar background as you have now, they will amend or repeal same rules para makapaglaro yung nakuha nila ng playe yrsr.

Bottomline, the league as a whole cannot be too restrictive in its policy/ rules on recruitment for inevitably every member is affected. But if newly promulgated rules can be whimsically amended or repealed, kawawa ang less influential members.





Thanks for the advice.

Kaya kung may kilala kayo na player na 19 yrs old and raw pa...timbre niyo sa amin pagagalingin namin yan.
As of this writing wala pa kaming team for next year. Madami nga kasi mawawala dahil sa rulings etc.

Anyway, the excitement here is discovering players from different parts of the country to recruit them. We are actually willing to forego next season so that we can lay down a nationwide grassroots recruitment process.
STI has over a hundred schools nationwide which we want to translate into 100 scouts in 100 different areas.
My dream - ONE SCHOOL, ONE SYSTEM. STI.
Lets go back at this thread next year and see what will happen.
Thanks

a_ron
12-14-2007, 06:49 AM
Which collegiate teams outside of Metro Manila can give the UAAP and NCAA schools tough competition?

No Question It is The University of the Visayas Lancers and University of San Jose Recoletos Jaguars....ang rami nag mga taga U.V na Nag PBA at MBA yung iba hagng PBL...


U.V

1. BOy Cabahug
2. Alfonso Solis
3. J.R Quinahan
4. Neil Raneses
5. Jay Rameres
6. Donbel Belano
7. Bonel Balingit
8. Stephen Padilla
9. Larry villanil
10. Mark Anthony Tallo
11.Lowell Briones
12. Rudy Enterina
13. Willie Generalao
14.
PBL

Mark Ababon
Dennis Concha

MBA

1. Roy Lura
2. Gabriel Maloloy-on
3.Mike Maniego
4. Aldrin Ocanada

USJR


1. Jojo Lastimosa
2. Dondon Ampalayo
3.John Ferriols
4. Marlon Piodo
5. Ardy Larong

many more i just forgot

thadzonline
12-14-2007, 09:14 AM
Cebu's USC also has a rich tradition of basketball, marami silang dating MICAA players like Nene Palmares, William Yu, Ernesto Morales and sa USC din nag college si El Presidente Don Ramon Fernandez. Julian Macoy, while playing for USC in the then CCAA, scored 101 points in 28 minutes against Cebu Normal School in 1956-1957 and then went on to set the national scoring record of 126 points against Cebu School of Arts and Trade in 1957-58 in 29 minutes of action at a time when there were no 3 point shots.

Yun nga lang, it took a while before they were contenders again. Even now, USC has a very small lineup but was the losing Finalist in the last 2 years of the CeSAFI, and were one game away from capturing their first crown after the 1970's pa yata.

AnthonyServinio
12-15-2007, 10:04 AM
Which collegiate teams outside of Metro Manila can give the UAAP and NCAA schools tough competition?

No Question It is The University of the Visayas Lancers and University of San Jose Recoletos Jaguars....ang rami nag mga taga U.V na Nag PBA at MBA yung iba hagng PBL...


U.V

1. BOy Cabahug
2. Alfonso Solis
3. J.R Quinahan
4.* Neil Raneses
5. Jay Rameres
6. Donbel Belano
7. Bonel Balingit
8. Stephen Padilla
9. Larry villanil
10. Mark Anthony Tallo
11.Lowell Briones
12. Rudy Enterina
13. Willie Generalao
14.
PBL

Mark Ababon
Dennis Concha

MBA

1. Roy Lura
2. Gabriel Maloloy-on
3.Mike Maniego
4. Aldrin Ocanada

USJR


1. Jojo Lastimosa
2. Dondon Ampalayo
3.John Ferriols
4. Marlon Piodo
5. Ardy Larong

many more i just forgot



* * *Mike Manigo is from Cebu Doctor's University, Larry Villanil is from the University of Southern Philippines Foundation while Dennis Concha is from Holy Cross College of Davao.

a_ron
12-16-2007, 09:06 AM
Thank You sir Anthony Akala ko U.V din C mike Coz I will Always Associate him with Stepehen Padilla...same with the other 2.....But U.V still the most dominanat team outside Metro Manila.......

thadzonline
12-16-2007, 01:19 PM
Wasn't Jay Ramirez part of that Arellano University squad who were national inter-collegiate champs in 1983? Was he a transferee?

ross
12-16-2007, 08:55 PM
usjr--- dondon hontiveros

a_ron
12-17-2007, 12:19 AM
Don-don Hontriveros is from University of Cebu Aguilas.now Webmasters

thadzonline
12-17-2007, 08:08 AM
Dondon Hontiveros played for UC as a varsity player, but apparently, he was scouted while playing in the USJ-R Intramurals..

grabeha daghana monickers aning UC(formerly CCC) oi, they were known before as Aguilas and Mariners pa jud before that

AnthonyServinio
12-17-2007, 09:58 PM
Dondon Hontiveros played for UC as a varsity player, but apparently, he was scouted while playing in the USJ-R Intramurals..

grabeha daghana monickers aning UC(formerly CCC) oi, they were known before as Aguilas and Mariners pa jud before that

CCC Executives
UC Agilas
UC Mariners
UC Webmasters

a_ron
12-24-2007, 08:49 AM
Don-0don played together with Jan Montalbo, Rene Alforque, Alex Cainglet during their time with the U.C Aguilas

whiplash
01-07-2008, 05:34 AM
yeah alex doruelo.. great player.. should do very well..

ilovedhay
05-28-2008, 10:14 PM
Former Letran Knights court General JP Alcaraz was a former CUSA MVP for Las Pinas College Huskies. Jonathan Pinera played for MLQU Stallions for 1 year. Apparently they are the core player that Letran Knights won the 2005 NCAA Title. Presently Dino Daa was previously played for Las Pinas College along with his brother Dennis Daa who is playing right now for Sta.Lucia Realtors in the PBA.

LION
06-01-2008, 07:08 PM
Former Letran Knights court General JP Alcaraz was a former CUSA MVP for Las Pinas College Huskies. Jonathan Pinera played for MLQU Stallions for 1 year. Apparently they are the core player that Letran Knights won the 2005 NCAA Title. Presently Dino Daa was previously played for Las Pinas College along with his brother Dennis Daa who is playing right now for Sta.Lucia Realtors in the PBA.


And I presume they were all recruited by L. Alas to study. ;D

thadzonline
08-06-2008, 10:17 AM
USC just beat UV in the CeSAFI opener, UC also beat SWU

ankle breaker
08-06-2008, 09:16 PM
what happened to mark saquilayan? never heard of him since his last playing days in the PBL with hapee.

McCoy
06-10-2009, 10:37 AM
ST FRANCIS OF ASSISI COLLEGE in Los Banos Laguna has produced 5-foot-7 pointguard LEOMER LOSENTES and 6-foot-5 present EAC Manila transferee center JEFF LAPITAN.


Las Pinas St Francis brod and doon nangaling yun De Ocampo brothers -Yancy and Ranidel-
mulit-tilted titled lang naman sila sa NCRAA and one time Inter-ollegiate champion rin sila. galing rin doon si Al Vergara, Ervin Sotto, a certain Canlas and Art Del Rosario lahat sila nakapag-PBA

McCoy
06-10-2009, 10:48 AM
Once dominant team in Metro Manila

UNIVERSITY OF MANILA (UM) HAWKS of coach Loreto Tolentino, which produce good (and tough) players. They have a good program and manage to contend every year for the title despite leaning on their junior mainstays only as their farm for their seniors team.

Three-time National Inter-Collegiate champion and 5 time NAASCU champion


notable players and alumni:

Nelson Asaytono - one of the most lethal scorers philippine basketball has seen.
Biboy Simon - the assasin, MBA scoring record 52 pts
Leo Avenido -recruited by nearby FEU, went on to be UAAP scoring champ
Joel Dualan - former Shell mainstay
Eugene Tan - either you hate him or you love him, but stamped class in his successful PBL career. now part of rp team to SEA games
Jovy Sese -former PBA player
Mark Saquilayan -former PBL player
Ferdie Go - former PBA player
Ronnie Mattias -Pharex main man. figured in the middle of UE-adamson tug of war, slowly getting mainstream attention.
Ryan Regalado -one of those unheard of barangay stars. very underrated. definitely PBL material, takes and makes 28 footers with ease. had a brief but productive stint in the NBC.
Richard Litonjua - rising star
Kelvin Gregorio- UE starter, Mail and More PBL
Frank Bonus -rising star. STI may get all the love recently, but this guy consistently torched them during their NAASCU collitions.
Paul Santiago - rising star, now playing for Lyceum-Manila
Allen Maliksi - now mainstay of UST Tigers. tall and lanky for a swingman but athletic and very physical player.
Onofre Napiza - Hawks next Ronnie Matias

high school star - Zandro Limpot, Paul Alvarez, Eugene Quilban and Banjo Calpito

superboy
09-12-2011, 08:19 PM
I'd say University of San Carlos Recoletos Cebu... they're strong... and University of Visayas Lancers

thadzonline
10-27-2011, 03:52 PM
superboy, di po recoletos ang USC Cebu

Joescoundrel
11-02-2011, 11:01 AM
Dondon Hontiveros played for UC as a varsity player, but apparently, he was scouted while playing in the USJ-R Intramurals..

grabeha daghana monickers aning UC(formerly CCC) oi, they were known before as Aguilas and Mariners pa jud before that

CCC Executives
UC Agilas
UC Mariners
UC Webmasters


CCC = Cebu Central Colleges...?

Is this also where Jojo Lim came from, or am I getting him confused with someone else on that RP Youth Team of his from way back...?

Wasn't there a player named Michael Dumdum who also played for CCC...? A very athletic, power-leaping type, pero mga 5'11" lang...

maroonmartian
11-07-2011, 07:48 AM
University of Northern Philippines in Ilocos Sur have been dominant force in the basketball event in the Region 1 SCUAA. Yung university high school mahirap manalo.Runners-up ata ang best finish namin. Don't know if there was a year they were defeated in the championship. Heard they qualified for the PCCL in Baguio.

superboy
02-02-2012, 03:40 PM
University of Northern Philippines in Ilocos Sur have been dominant force in the basketball event in the Region 1 SCUAA. Yung university high school mahirap manalo.Runners-up ata ang best finish namin. Don't know if there was a year they were defeated in the championship. Heard they qualified for the PCCL in Baguio.

For high school teams, I believe Sacred Heart School in Cebu City is also a force to reckon with...

thadzonline
03-24-2012, 08:30 AM
University of Northern Philippines in Ilocos Sur have been dominant force in the basketball event in the Region 1 SCUAA. Yung university high school mahirap manalo.Runners-up ata ang best finish namin. Don't know if there was a year they were defeated in the championship. Heard they qualified for the PCCL in Baguio.

For high school teams, I believe Sacred Heart School in Cebu City is also a force to reckon with...


Sacred Heart, UV and Cebu Eastern College dominate the Cebu high school league

kuzma1313
03-24-2012, 08:28 PM
SWU Cobras...No less!

Joescoundrel
11-27-2017, 07:14 AM
From spin.ph ___

CdSL Griffins look to finish off CEU Scorpions in UCBL finals

From: The Wires

COLEGIO de San Lorenzo looks to sweep defending champion Centro Escolar University on Monday in the Universities and Colleges Basketball League Finals at the Olivarez Sports Center in Para?aque City.

After taking the opener of their best-of-three title series with ease, 86-78, the Griffins are fully motivated to apply the finishing touches in their 1 p.m. showdown and secure the crown.

CdSL coach Boni Garcia is expecting CEU to give it all they have got.

"Closing out any series is the hardest thing to do," he said. "We have to be more intense and motivated than them since they are expected to give it their all."

Aside from Beninese import Soulemane Chabi Yo, Garcia can also count on local big men like Charles Callano and Jon Gabriel and gunner Jan Formento.

While Chabi Yo and Gabriel produced solid all-around numbers, Formento was deadly from afar, firing 12 points, including a back-breaking triple in the crunch that enabled them to hold off CEU’s searing rally ignited by guards Orlan Wamar and Judel Fuentes.

"If we want to stay alive, we have to come up with a better collective performance," said CEU coach Yong Garcia. "We cannot rely on Orlan alone. Everybody has to do their part on both sides of the floor."

The league will also fete this season’s top performers in a short yet colorful awarding ceremonies set at 12 p.m.

Jorey Napoles of Technological Institute of the Philippines, reigning league MVP Dominck Fajardo of Bulacan State University and the sweet-shooting Wamar are among those top candidates for the highest individual award.

Chabi Yo, along with Senegalese counterpart Adama Diakhite of Diliman College and CEU’s Congolese center Rod Ebondo, are vying for the Best Foreign Student Athlete plum.

Joescoundrel
11-28-2017, 01:22 PM
From spin.ph ___

San Lorenzo Griffins sweep CEU Scorpions to clinch UCBL crown

From: The Wires November 27, 2017, 04:30 pm

COLEGIO de San Lorenzo got clutch baskets from Charles Callano down the stretch and the Griffins completed a two-game sweep of the Universities and Colleges Basketball League finals with a 71-65 win over the Centro Escolar University Scorpions on Monday at the Olivarez Sports Center in Para?aque City.

While it was Jan Formento who led all scorers for the Griffins, it was guard Callano who delivered the lethal blows as the Griffins dethroned the Scorpions.

The Griffins, mentored by Boni Garcia, took the opener 86-78.

Formento, who sparked the team's decisive breakaway in the middle quarters, finished with 23 points spiked by five triples while the 5-foot-7 Callano added 19 points, including a lay-up off a counter steal against CEU counterpart Judel Fuentes for a 69-63 lead with 23.8 seconds left.

"This means a lot," said Garcia, recalling the pain when the Scorpions eliminated them in the semifinals last year. "Before we arrived here, I told my players to dream that they're cutting the net, they?re celebrating with their teammates and our fans. Just dream of being the champions and we will all work hard for it. I think they were inspired by that."

Big man Soulemane Chabi Yo was also at his usual best, coming through with 12 points, 15 rebounds, four blocks and three assists to validate his winning the Best Foreign Player award.

Technological Institute of the Philippines star Jorey Napoles was named as the tournament MVP.

The 6-foot-3 Napoles was joined in the Mythical Team by last year's MVP Dominck Fajardo and Paul de la Cruz of Bulacan State University, Diliman College's Jerico Mondala and Rommel Saliente of newcomer Lyceum-Batangas.

The scores:

San Lorenzo 71 - Formento 23, Callano 19, Chabi Yo 12, Gabriel 6, Rojas 5, Sablan 4, Alvarado 2, Ancheta 0, Laman 0.

CEU 65 - Fuentes 21, Manlangit 20, Wamar 8, Arim 7, Caballero 4, Demigaya 2, Guinitaran 2, Umeanozie 1, Baconcon 0, Cruz 0.

Quarterscores: 20-13; 36-25; 55-47; 71-65.

bchoter
11-29-2017, 12:25 PM
Sablan is an ex-Tiger and is a son of ex-Tigers coach Boy Sablan. Chabby Yo is the highly-sought import. Gabriel is their veteran big who is known in the commercial circuit

AnthonyServinio
03-29-2018, 05:38 PM
Well technically, the school is within Metro Manila but it is really very close to the border with Bulacan!

Tryouts for SAINT DOMINIC SAVIO COLLEGE

For players aged 18 to 24 years old

April 2 to 30, 2018

Monday, Wednesday and Friday

9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Mountain View Subdivision, Quirino Highway, Caloocan City

Look for Coach Ringo P. Jimenez
+63 956 395-4350
http://m.me/ringo.jimenez.3