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anniegurl
02-27-2007, 05:27 AM
Were you able to watch the game? It was in San beda sobrang galing it was the best game pcu juiors ever played.

LION
02-27-2007, 07:41 AM
So, since time immemorial pala e unbeaten ang Faith Academy prior to the game against PCU High?

Mikhail
02-27-2007, 10:28 AM
Huh?

Eh minassacre nga sila ni Marvin Cruz dati. Sa first quarter ata outscored ni Cruz buong Faith. Haha.

Ranger
02-27-2007, 10:34 AM
Faith Academy lost to St. Francis high school in the 1999-2000 NCRAA finals. The St. Francis team had Abby Santos, Nat Cruz, Lawrence Bonus, Jeffrey Mella, Frederick Taylor and Jeffrey Tajonera among others..

Semenelin
02-27-2007, 08:12 PM
miight as well ask: sino yun mga potential na rookies ninyo next year? is pascual a lock already? any transferees ready to play next season?

Sam Miguel
04-17-2007, 01:29 PM
From what i've seen in the offseason tournaments it looks like PCU will field a virtually new team from the ground up in Season 83 of the NCAA. It should be interesting to see what their lineup for the summer tournaments will be like. The PCU team that saw action in the FMC Open was a very fast and athletic team but seemed to lack a genuine oncourt leader. They had two guards alternating at the 2 and 1 at all times but those two looked more like 2-guards simply advancing the ball or pushing it up court rather than the prototypical pointguards who pass and set a lot. Another guy who looked impressive was an African-American type who played like a smallish version of former King Dolphin Gabby Espinas, same hops and foot speed, same nose for the ball off the glass, but at least an inch shorter and 10 pounds lighter, who will likely see action at the 3 spot and a 4 in small and fast lineups.

MonL
04-17-2007, 01:57 PM
From what i've seen in the offseason tournaments it looks like PCU will field a virtually new team from the ground up in Season 83 of the NCAA. It should be interesting to see what their lineup for the summer tournaments will be like. The PCU team that saw action in the FMC Open was a very fast and athletic team but seemed to lack a genuine oncourt leader. They had two guards alternating at the 2 and 1 at all times but those two looked more like 2-guards simply advancing the ball or pushing it up court rather than the prototypical pointguards who pass and set a lot. Another guy who looked impressive was an African-American type who played like a smallish version of former King Dolphin Gabby Espinas, same hops and foot speed, same nose for the ball off the glass, but at least an inch shorter and 10 pounds lighter, who will likely see action at the 3 spot and a 4 in small and fast lineups.


Aren't you referring to Clarence Graham, the former Lasalle Greenie? He disappeared from the DLSU program and appeared last year in a PCU uniform. He had his moments of brilliance in Game 3 of the SBC-PCU Finals.

AnthonyServinio
04-18-2007, 12:26 AM
miight as well ask: sino yun mga potential na rookies ninyo next year? is pascual a lock already? any transferees ready to play next season?



* * *The bulk of PCU's "rookies" for NCAA 83 will be a slew of transferees from Saint Clare College-Caloocan, the former employer of Coach Joel Dualan.* As Coach Dualan left, he brought along with him his key players led by guard Dennis San Pedro, whose claim to fame is burying the halfcourt heave that ended the UM Hawks' incredible winning streak in the first five seasons of the NAASCU.* Hence, these "rookies" are actually battle-tested veterans.

lekiboy
04-19-2007, 07:12 PM
miight as well ask: sino yun mga potential na rookies ninyo next year? is pascual a lock already? any transferees ready to play next season?



* * *The bulk of PCU's "rookies" for NCAA 83 will be a slew of transferees from Saint Clare College-Caloocan, the former employer of Coach Joel Dualan.* As Coach Dualan left, he brought along with him his key players led by guard Dennis San Pedro, whose claim to fame is burying the halfcourt heave that ended the UM Hawks' incredible winning streak in the first five seasons of the NAASCU.* Hence, these "rookies" are actually battle-tested veterans.


tama naman kaya ang mga edad, boss anthony?
eto na naman ako - wala na talaga akong tiwala sa mga nandadaya...

Semenelin
01-13-2008, 01:35 AM
hhmmm... sino sino yun kasama ni rabeh nun HS nya dito? at saang school na sila? sa pagkakaalala ko matangkad yun PCU HS team na yun e...

AnthonyServinio
01-13-2008, 01:52 AM
hhmmm... sino sino yun kasama ni rabeh nun HS nya dito? at saang school na sila? sa pagkakaalala ko matangkad yun PCU HS team na yun e...

* * *THE PCU-Union Baby Dolphins of 2004-2005 had a very tall frontline consisting of (at that time) 6'6" Rabeh Al-Hussaini, 6'4" Mark Sarangay and 6'3" James Mangahas, all graduating seniors.* By now, these kids should have added an inch or two.

* * *Al-Hussaini went to Ateneo de Manila while Mangahas went to De La Salle.* Sarangay also tried to make it to La Salle but found his way to San Beda only to transfer again last year to Mapua Tech.* Sarangay hopes to finally make his college debut in 2008.

Semenelin
01-13-2008, 04:17 PM
hhmmm... sino sino yun kasama ni rabeh nun HS nya dito? at saang school na sila? sa pagkakaalala ko matangkad yun PCU HS team na yun e...

THE PCU-Union Baby Dolphins of 2004-2005 had a very tall frontline consisting of (at that time) 6'6" Rabeh Al-Hussaini, 6'4" Mark Sarangay and 6'3" James Mangahas, all graduating seniors. By now, these kids should have added an inch or two.

Al-Hussaini went to Ateneo de Manila while Mangahas went to De La Salle. Sarangay also tried to make it to La Salle but found his way to San Beda only to transfer again last year to Mapua Tech. Sarangay hopes to finally make his college debut in 2008.


thanks anthony. hopefully they will make impact in the Philippines basketball scene. para hindi sayang yun height..

BLUE HORSE
01-13-2008, 04:54 PM
One of the guards on that PCU team was the younger broher of Mangahas. He was the last piece of the package deal involving the PCU players and DLSU. Unfortunately, Mangahas could not break into varsity and has transfered to Mapua where he joins former DLSU recruits Sarangay and Soriano.