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amdgc82
03-14-2008, 06:33 AM
Four schools eyeing PCU’s spot in NCAA (http://www.malaya.com.ph/mar14/spor2.htm)
FRIDAY |MARCH 14, 2008
www.malaya.com.ph

NCAA Management Committee member Henry Atayde of College of St. Benilde yesterday revealed that four schools have signified their intention to join the league in the wake of a controversy hounding one of its members.

Atayde related the four schools have called the ManCom a day after reports came out that Philippine Christian University is facing year-long suspension anew after a continuing probe by league officials uncovered more Dolphins culpable of identity switching violations.

"Yes, we received calls from other schools saying they want to join. But I told them we are not really looking for a replacement (for PCU)," Atayde told Malaya in a phone interview.

"I also told them we’re still awaiting the result of the meeting between the Policy Board and (PCU president) Dr. Oscar Suarez. Pero ang sabi nila, they are ‘just here’ if we need them."

Atayde did not name the schools but said that they are participants in the Fr. Martin’s Cup.

Rumors also circulated yesterday that PCU is mulling to bolt out the league although Atayde said it is highly improbable.

"I don’t think they will do that. But if they do we can’t do anything about it, it’s their decision. Basta kami we just wait, we don’t want to jump to conclusions," said Atayde who added the Board and representatives from PCU will meet anytime next week.

In a statement sent to media offices Wednesday, ManCom chairman Paul Supan said a consensus has been reached by the ManCom but refused to make formal announcements until the Policy Board has met with PCU officials.

A source, however, revealed that the consensus is for the Dolphins to sit out one more season while their status will be reduced to probationary when they return next year.

The Dolphins were banned from joining the league last year after Vincent King Importante was found to have falsified his documents to assume the identity of his younger brother, Jaypee.

The investigation, however, did not stop there and more names were discovered, including 2006 rookie MVP Elvin Pascual.

"The NCAA is transparent. PCU is aware that the league is still conducting investigations and hindi naman namin sila binigla sa balita na ito," Atayde added.

amdgc82
03-14-2008, 06:35 AM
4 schools want to join ‘NC’ (http://www.businessmirror.com.ph/0314&152008/sports04.html)
By Reuben Terrado
Correspondent
www.businessmirror.com.ph
*
FOUR schools are said to be waiting on the wings in the event Philippine Christian University (PCU) is dropped or withdraws from the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).

PCU is said to be headed for another year of suspension after an investigation conducted by the league showed it switched the identities of not one but five players on its juniors team two seasons ago.

College of Saint Benilde’s Henry Atayde, a member of the NCAA Management Committee (Mancom) confirmed four schools have indeed signified their intention to join the league that turns 84 next year.

He, however, refused to identify the four schools although he hinted they are members of the Fr. Martin Cup tournament.

“We have received calls from other schools saying that they want to join,” said Atayde. “But we will still wait for the result of the meeting between the [NCAA] Policy Board and Dr. [Oscar] Suarez [PCU president]. Ang sabi ko lang sa kanila, we are just here if they needed them.”

The NCA deferred announcing its decision on PCU until after its officials have formally informed PCU top brass.*

The NCAA also announced Wednesday that five players from its high school basketball team were found to have cases of identity switching.

Mancom chairman Paul Supan of Jose Rizal University, in a statement, said that the NCAA Policy Board, led by Vincent Fabella of JRU, has formed a consensus but said that they will only announce it in public after talking with PCU officials.

PCU did not object to the league’s findings and only said that they are asking for “mercy” and “understanding.”

amdgc82
03-14-2008, 06:36 AM
Four schools hot on PCU’s slot in NCAA (http://www.tribune.net.ph/sports/20080314spo3.html)
03/14/2008
www.tribune.net.ph

Four schools have signified intention to join the National Collegiate Athletic Association should the NCAA take a more drastic action against erring member Philippine Christian University, or should PCU opts to leave if its suspension gets extended to another year.

College of Saint Benilde representative to the NCAA management committee Henry Atayde yesterday admitted prospective applicants have called, inquiring about the possibility of joining the league should PCU decides to leave the league for good.

Atayde hinted these schools are currently seeing action in the Fr. Martin’s Cup.

Sources from the collegiate circuit floated Trinity College, Lyceum of the Philippines, Arellano University and Emilio Aguinaldo College as possible applicants.

Trinity used to be a member of the NCAA was but was dropped in 1986 after failing to meet some requirements.

“There were some schools who already expressed their intention. In fact, they’ve been calling us since the other night, asking how they could join,” Atayde, the most outspoken member of the eight-man panel, said. “Eight is a very ideal number. If PCU leaves, then we really have to find a school that will become our eighth member.”

“I can’t give you their names right now. But for the sake of conversation, all of them are playing in the Fr. Martin’s (Cup).”

Atayde emphasized the league is not entertaining applications for membership as it has yet to formally sit down and discuss its general consensus with the PCU administration.

amdgc82
03-14-2008, 06:38 AM
4 schools jockey for PCU’s NCAA slot (http://www.mb.com.ph/SPRT20080314119403.html)
By WAYLON GALVEZ
www.mb.com.ph

Although it’s improbable for Philippine Christian University (PCU) to leave the NCAA following a decision by the league’s Policy Board, some schools have expressed intention to join the country’s oldest collegiate league if a vacancy occurs.

A reliable source said yesterday that four Metro Manila-based schools have sent feelers that they are ready to fill the void should PCU decide to leave the NCAA instead of accepting another one-year ban being poised by the league.

Reportedly knocking on NCAA’s door are Lyceum, Arellano University, Fatima University and Emilio Aguinaldo College.

"There are several schools who want to join the NCAA," the source said. "But it’s unfair to PCU to discuss this issue or even entertain those interested because it is still a member of the NCAA."

An official of EAC was first to confirm its intention to join the NCAA.

The Policy Board, chaired by Vincent K. Fabella of Jose Rizal University, reportedly reached a consensus the other day to ban PCU another year. The decision was arrived at after the board discovered that two players allegedly falsified documents so they could join the PCU junior team during the 82nd Season. The NCAA has deferred the announcement pending a meeting with PCU president Oscar Suarez.

PCU was suspended for one season last year because of this infraction.

The Bulletin tried to contact Suarez but was not available for comment.

In the 83rd season of the NCAA, the league suspended PCU after three players were found to have committed identity switching and false academic records.

In the NCAA report given to the Policy Board and presented to PCU, the players from the high school team allegedly involved in the falsification of documents were identified as Jaypee Importante, Victor Miguel Oliveros, Jundell Navaja, James De Gano and Elvin Jake Pascual

Importante, whose real name is Vincent King, Oliveros and De Gano were previously implicated in the first NCAA report last April. Pascual, the 2006 NCAA winner of Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player awards, is currently with the Team B of back-to-back champion San Beda College.

However, despite intention of some schools to join the NCAA, sources said that it’s "very unlikely for PCU to leave."

"It’s really hard to accept another one-year suspension," said an NCAA official, who requested anonymity. "But they’ll stay, I doubt it kung aalis sila."

Sam Miguel
03-20-2008, 03:02 PM
IF any one among Lyceum, Arellano and EAC do join the NCAA that means more talent across the board for the NCAA. I'm not too sure of Fatima though.

Too bad the UAAP is swapang and are not keen on expanding.

The_Big_Cat
03-28-2008, 10:56 AM
Why not consider St. Francis of Assisi College? With the success of Yancy De Ocampo, Ranidel De Ocampo, Ervin Sotto and Chris Pacana in the PBA and Al Vergara with Harbour Centre in the PBL, St. Francis has one of the best college programs outside the NCAA and the UAAP.

abcdef
03-28-2008, 04:25 PM
^ The geographical location of St. Francis would be a factor. . . .

gelaibabydoll
03-28-2008, 05:22 PM
^ The geographical location of St. Francis would be a factor. . . .


St. Francis is in Las Pinas, a few km away from UPHDS... how is that a factor?

AnthonyServinio
03-29-2008, 12:46 AM
Why not consider St. Francis of Assisi College? With the success of Yancy De Ocampo, Ranidel De Ocampo, Ervin Sotto and Chris Pacana in the PBA and Al Vergara with Harbour Centre in the PBL, St. Francis has one of the best college programs outside the NCAA and the UAAP.

Armando "Malai" Malabanan - Socsargen Marlins, Pasig-Rizal Pirates (MBA)
Arthur del Rosario - Socsargen Marlins (MBA), Shell (PBA)
John Alwyn Flores - Socsargen Marlins, Cebu Gems (MBA)
Orly Alvarado - Socsargen Marlins (MBA)

Frederick Canlas - Shell, San Miguel (PBA)

Raymund Ilagan - Mantawi Traders (MVBA)
Jeffrey Mella - Lanao Royals (MVBA)

Leomar Losentes - San Mig Coffee (PBL)
Lawrence Bonus - Burger King (PBL)

reforms
03-29-2008, 06:03 AM
kung matuloy ang st. francis, may instant rival school na ang perpetual.

"the battle of las pinas"

abcdef
03-29-2008, 09:16 AM
^ The geographical location of St. Francis would be a factor. . . .


St. Francis is in Las Pinas, a few km away from UPHDS... how is that a factor?


Di lang naman sa las pinas yung campus ng UPHDS.......

nastrans
03-29-2008, 10:09 AM
^ The geographical location of St. Francis would be a factor. . . .


St. Francis is in Las Pinas, a few km away from UPHDS... how is that a factor?


Di lang naman sa las pinas yung campus ng UPHDS.......


True. But its the main campus that they are representing, plus St Francis has several branches in Cavite, Laguna and Taguig.

gelaibabydoll
03-29-2008, 11:28 AM
^ The geographical location of St. Francis would be a factor. . . .


St. Francis is in Las Pinas, a few km away from UPHDS... how is that a factor?


Di lang naman sa las pinas yung campus ng UPHDS.......


True. But its the main campus that they are representing, plus St Francis has several branches in Cavite, Laguna and Taguig.


exactly. ;) perfect rivals.

Howard the Duck
04-02-2008, 12:34 PM
kung kasali ang SFACS dapat home and away ang series nila ng UPHD, parang UNC-Duke :D

gelaibabydoll
04-03-2008, 07:03 AM
kung kasali ang SFACS dapat home and away ang series nila ng UPHD, parang UNC-Duke :D


pwede... kaso mga isa't kalahating kilometro lang ang layo nila! hahaha!!!

Howard the Duck
04-03-2008, 06:59 PM
kung kasali ang SFACS dapat home and away ang series nila ng UPHD, parang UNC-Duke :D


pwede... kaso mga isa't kalahating kilometro lang ang layo nila! hahaha!!!

imbes na dumayo pa sila sa rizal o ninoy doon na lang sila sa lugar nila ;D

pyke
10-14-2008, 02:31 PM
Sana Arellano University will be able to participate next season.

I am very much confident that AU Chiefs will be able to slug it out with the best collegiate basketball teams in the NCAA. ;D

razor
10-14-2008, 02:36 PM
I am very much confident that AU Chiefs will be able to slug it out with the best collegiate basketball teams in the NCAA. ;D



Ok. When was the last time AU played against an NCAA Team A? What was the result? :)

pyke
10-14-2008, 03:04 PM
I am very much confident that AU Chiefs will be able to slug it out with the best collegiate basketball teams in the NCAA. ;D



Ok. When was the last time AU played against an NCAA Team A? What was the result?* :)







I think this will answer your question Razor.

14th FATHER MARTIN CUP (2008)
June 8 (Sunday) – Saint Placid's Sports Complex, San Beda College-Manila
Arellano University d. Colegio San Juan de Letran, 93-84

In the seniors finals Arellano's mighty Chieftains went to work early on and were never seriously threatened on their way to a 93-84 win over the Letran Knights. Orlando Daroya went on a tear right from the get-go with nine straight points - two three-pointers and an and-1 play - to put the Chiefs on top 9-0. Arellano went up as high as 78-48 midway through the third period.

razor
10-14-2008, 03:21 PM
^ Thanks. To be fair to AU, EAC, etc., Mancom should decide early so as to afford this schools the opportunity to recruit and build up their line-up to be truly competitive.

pyke
10-14-2008, 03:23 PM
^ Thanks. To be fair to AU, EAC, etc., Mancom should decide early so as to afford this schools the opportunity to recruit and build up their line-up to be truly competitive.



Yes, dapat nga before the end of the year, may decision na sila. Sana nga lang buo pa rin yung core namin just in case umakyat kami ng NCAA.

D_I_A
10-14-2008, 04:06 PM
^ Thanks. To be fair to AU, EAC, etc., Mancom should decide early so as to afford this schools the opportunity to recruit and build up their line-up to be truly competitive.



Yes, dapat nga before the end of the year, may decision na sila. Sana nga lang buo pa rin yung core namin just in case umakyat kami ng NCAA.




sana Arellano U, EAC and SFAC would be able to make it in the NCAA

pyke
10-14-2008, 06:49 PM
^ Thanks. To be fair to AU, EAC, etc., Mancom should decide early so as to afford this schools the opportunity to recruit and build up their line-up to be truly competitive.



Yes, dapat nga before the end of the year, may decision na sila. Sana nga lang buo pa rin yung core namin just in case umakyat kami ng NCAA.




sana Arellano U, EAC and SFAC would be able to make it in the NCAA



Samahan mo kami sa pagdadasal.....

jayverns
10-14-2008, 08:34 PM
gusto ko Lyceum and UA&P(wishful thinking) para madaming pretty girls. ayoko na ng school na puro hakot at high school students ang nanonood na ang sakit sa tenga kung makatili, tapos makarinig lang ng music eh sumasayaw na parang mga dancers sa tv.

AnthonyServinio
10-15-2008, 01:34 AM
sana Arellano U, EAC and SFAC would be able to make it in the NCAA

I doubt if Saint Francis will continue to be a serious candidate now that they are the driving force behind the creation of the Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (UCLAA). The country's newest school-based league is planned to begin come the Second Semester of the current school year.

BedanRoar
10-15-2008, 10:38 AM
sana Arellano U, EAC and SFAC would be able to make it in the NCAA

* * *I doubt if Saint Francis will continue to be a serious candidate now that they are the driving force behind the creation of the Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (UCLAA).* The country's newest school-based league is planned to begin come the Second Semester of the current school year.


wow! Ang daming liga.

abcdef
10-15-2008, 02:47 PM
^ Sana ma consolidate na lang nila lahat ng liga. One League, One Philippines! Nice! ;D

yehey
10-15-2008, 07:36 PM
korek! ::)

danny
10-16-2008, 04:12 AM
Hmmmmm...

I believe San Beda will support an expanded NCAA. Goodluck!

pyke
10-16-2008, 01:39 PM
Hmmmmm...

I believe San Beda will support an expanded NCAA.* Goodluck!



Sana, since informally, sister school daw tayo sa law school eh....

D_I_A
10-16-2008, 03:31 PM
sana Arellano U, EAC and SFAC would be able to make it in the NCAA

* * *I doubt if Saint Francis will continue to be a serious candidate now that they are the driving force behind the creation of the Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (UCLAA).* The country's newest school-based league is planned to begin come the Second Semester of the current school year.


wow! Ang daming liga.


magmerge ang mga liga nila abundo like UCAA and NCRAA then isama na rin yung UCLAA, meron pa nga sa Central Luzon at Nueva Ecija.

then ang NCAA South and SLCUAA mag-merge na rin para bawas din sa wildcard at magkaroon sila ng automatic slot sa Sweet 16

CM_Punk
10-16-2008, 07:49 PM
http://www.ubelt.com/blogs/jonasterrado/viewpost.aspx?id=1027

NCAA plans to have 10 teams by 2010

Written by jonas_terrado
Thursday, October 16, 2008 6:51:00 PM

With Philippine Christian University set to take an indefinite leave of absence next season, the NCAA is planning to expand its membership to 10 teams before 2010 after a six-hour meeting between the league’s Management Committee and Policy Board held today at the Casa Espanyol in Manila.

League officials said that they have accepted five schools for application in Emilio Aguinaldo College, Centro Escolar University, Arellano University, Angeles University Foundation and Lyceum of the Philippines University.

But the NCAA also disclosed that applicants should participate in all 10 events in both high school and college. Among the sports held each year are basketball, volleyball, football, chess and swimming.

“We’ll set the criteria and the seven other regular NCAA members will review the applications of each school,” said MANCOM member and NCAA spokesperson Henry Atayde of College of Saint Benilde.

EAC and Arellano are current members of the National Capital Region Athletic Association while CEU is based in the National Athletic Association of Colleges and Universities. Three of the five schools is also a regular fixture in the Women’s National Collegiate Athletic Association.

Despite PCU’s indefinite absence, the league is not closing its doors on the Dolphins, who were reinstated in the recently-concluded season after getting a one-year ban in 2007.

“Just like everybody else, they have to apply for membership again in the NCAA,” said MANCOM chairman Fernando Lozano of Mapua.

Meanwhile, the NCAA also said that they will ask a written explanation from BAP-Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas executive director Noli Eala in light of a controversial telephone conversation with PBL commissioner Chino Trinidad during the NCAA Finals between San Beda and JRU.

The said call by Eala led to a pullout of the PBL referees before Game 3 of the finals series before Trinidad eventually allowed the officials to do the final game after a talk with league officials.

amdgc82
10-16-2008, 07:58 PM
NCAA to announce new team before year ends
10/16/2008 | 06:21 PM
www.gmanews.tv

MANILA, Philippines – The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) will announce its new member school before the year ends, the league management committee said Thursday.

According to ManCom chairman Ding Lozano of Mapua, the announcement will be made on December 16.

Emilio Aguinaldo College, Centro Escolar University, Angeles Foundation University, Arellano University and Lyceum of the Philippines are the top candidates to crack the eight-league team and take up the spot left vacant by Philippine Christian University which will take a leave of absence.

Technological University of the Philippines and Don Bosco Mandaluyong are also knocking on the league's door but they have yet to send a letter of intent.

The five schools will have to comply with the requirements which include having a high-school varsity program, participation in all sports events calendared in the NCAA, undergoing a three-year probationary period and the payment of a P5-million membership fee.

Lozano added that the expansion may not stop this year.

"By 2009, we may add two more schools bringing to 10 our members for the 85th NCAA season," Lozano said.

The league's youngest teams are PCU, which joined in 1996, and College of Saint Benilde, which entered the tournament in 1998. - GMANews.TV

D_I_A
10-17-2008, 02:21 AM
Phil Journal 10/17/2008

5 schools knock at NCAA door


THE National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is seriously considering the application of five major schools as possible new members for the coming 2009-2010 season.

Among those seeking entry in the country’s oldest collegiate league are Emilio Aguinaldo College, Centro Escolar University, Arellano University, Angeles University Foundation and Lyceum University.

League officials bared the list of school applicants following a six-hour marathon joint meeting among the NCAA Policy Board and the Management Committee (MANCOM) yesterday at the Casa Espanyol in Manila.

The league began to consider accepting new member schools following the self-imposed, indefinite leave-of-absence to be taken by Philippine Christian University next season for the having employed unwittingly the use of ineligible players.

Insiders around the NCAA however, said Emilio Aguinaldo College appeared to have the inside track among the current applicants.

“We’ll set the criteria and the seven other regular NCAA members will review the applications of each school,” MANCOM member and NCAA spokesperson Henry Atayde of College of St. Benilde said.

Don Bosco-Makati and Technological Institute of the Philippines have also expressed intention in joining the NCAA, according to Atayde.

A new member school is required to participate in all 10 events of the NCAA, both in college and high school. It must also pay the league’s entry fee reportedly within the vicinity of P5 million.

PCU could re-apply for membership in 2010 once its serves is one-year leave-of-absence.

“Just like everybody else, they have to apply for membership again in the NCAA,” MANCOM chairman Ding Lozano of Mapua said.


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

sana mag 12-team roster ang NCAA

coreytaylor
10-17-2008, 11:56 AM
Mukhang mas magiging exciting na ang NCAA come 2010 ah. Sana nga matutuloy na to.


But still, I really like to see the uaap & ncaa merge. ;D

pyke
10-17-2008, 02:08 PM
Well, sana kahit mas may edge daw ang EAC, sana matanggap pa din ang Arellano University

Get_Blazed
10-17-2008, 06:13 PM
"By 2009, we may add two more schools bringing to 10 our members for the 85th NCAA season," Lozano said.




I thought it wouldnt be until 2010? Niice. :)

D_I_A
10-18-2008, 03:25 AM
the more the merrier..and the more intense it will become!!!

-insane-
10-18-2008, 01:36 PM
the more the merrier..and the more intense it will become!!!


tama ka jan hehehe

Get_Blazed
10-18-2008, 05:50 PM
the more the merrier..and the more intense it will become!!!


And it would be acid test to the new member(s) who dominated their league(s). Then, we would see what they are really made of. And ultimately we can already asses the level of 'ball played in the other leagues as compare to the NCAA.

D_I_A
10-19-2008, 05:43 PM
the more the merrier..and the more intense it will become!!!


And it would be acid test to the new member(s) who dominated their league(s). Then, we would see what they are really made of. And ultimately we can already asses the level of 'ball played in the other leagues as compare to the NCAA.


can't wait til the next season starts with new members.

Get_Blazed
10-19-2008, 09:03 PM
the more the merrier..and the more intense it will become!!!


And it would be acid test to the new member(s) who dominated their league(s). Then, we would see what they are really made of. And ultimately we can already asses the level of 'ball played in the other leagues as compare to the NCAA.


can't wait til the next season starts with new members.


..or (1) member. :)

D_I_A
10-20-2008, 01:43 AM
the more the merrier..and the more intense it will become!!!


And it would be acid test to the new member(s) who dominated their league(s). Then, we would see what they are really made of. And ultimately we can already asses the level of 'ball played in the other leagues as compare to the NCAA.


can't wait til the next season starts with new members.


..or (1) member. :)






may kibitz ka ba diyan bro? hehe

1 lang ba talaga? san based Taft, Intramuros o Legarda? ;)

BedanRoar
10-20-2008, 11:11 AM
Dapat isang requirement sa papasok the school. May original set of cheers, baka mapunta sa gayahan kung kulang.

The_Big_Cat
10-20-2008, 01:08 PM
Ano ba tawag sa juniors team ng EAC? "Baby Generals", "Little Generals" ? ;D

BedanRoar
10-20-2008, 02:24 PM
Ano ba tawag sa juniors team ng EAC? "Baby Generals", "Little Generals" ?* ;D



The Corporals?

animo
10-20-2008, 02:26 PM
Ano ba tawag sa juniors team ng EAC? "Baby Generals", "Little Generals" ?* ;D



baka private ;D

D_I_A
10-20-2008, 04:19 PM
Ano ba tawag sa juniors team ng EAC? "Baby Generals", "Little Generals" ?* ;D



Privates siguro, Sergeants? oo nga no..baka yun din..hehe

Get_Blazed
10-20-2008, 08:11 PM
the more the merrier..and the more intense it will become!!!


And it would be acid test to the new member(s) who dominated their league(s). Then, we would see what they are really made of. And ultimately we can already asses the level of 'ball played in the other leagues as compare to the NCAA.


can't wait til the next season starts with new members.


..or (1) member. :)






may kibitz ka ba diyan bro? hehe

1 lang ba talaga? san based Taft, Intramuros o Legarda? ;)


Hintay nalang tayo sir. Baka maudlot pa. ;)

Get_Blazed
10-20-2008, 08:13 PM
Dapat isang requirement sa papasok the school. May original set of cheers, baka mapunta sa gayahan kung kulang.


Point taken, sir.

AnthonyServinio
10-21-2008, 12:47 AM
Ano ba tawag sa juniors team ng EAC? "Baby Generals", "Little Generals" ?* ;D


Eh kung ganyan dapat ang kunin nilang head coach ay ang 1980 PBA Rookie of the Year Willy "The Little General" Generalao! As a coach, he has won a PBL championship for Casino Alcohol.

Regular Grey
10-21-2008, 06:46 AM
Tama tapos ang assistant Coach niya si Eric Major Pain Menk. He he he

The_Big_Cat
10-21-2008, 09:13 AM
Pwede din kunin ng EAC GENERALS ang General Electric or General Motors as their sponsor as well.* ;D

Bodhisattva
10-21-2008, 11:11 AM
wag na lang kaya silang mag-basketball, game of the generals na lang! ;D

ichibang
10-23-2008, 12:28 PM
i do hope na eac ang maging new member ng ncaa, magandang labanan to vs jru, bttle of the heroes, plus sila papalit s pcu na other team from taft aside from st. benilde. plus maganda ang sports program ng generals championships not only from major evnts plus pati din s minor, and they have very good academics, consistent sila sa pag produce ng board passers. kaya sna with gods help eac generals will be the new member of ncaa.

pyke
10-23-2008, 12:38 PM
mas maganda kung arellano university ant eac pumasok...

para hapi lahat

D_I_A
10-24-2008, 06:35 AM
mas maganda kung arellano university ant eac pumasok...

para hapi lahat



the more the merrier pa rin...

amdgc82
10-28-2008, 10:56 AM
Schedule of Evaluation of New applicants

Nov. 10 - Arellano University
Nov. 13 - Lyceum of the Philippines University
Nov. 17 - Centro Escolar University
Nov. 20 - Angeles University Foundation
Nov. 24 - Emilio Aguinaldo College

pyke
10-28-2008, 01:53 PM
Uy, may schedule na pala...

D_I_A
10-29-2008, 12:10 AM
Manila Times

NCAA Mancom sets strict
guidelines for applicants


SCHOOLS knocking at the door of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) will have to pass through the eye of a needle before becoming the newest member of the oldest collegiate league in the land.

The NCAA Management Committee (Mancom) has set strict guidelines for applicant schools to comply with as per the standard being implemented by the 84-year-old league.

Mancom Chairman Ding Loza*no of Mapua said aspirants have to boast an existing sports program and a sound academic and student population.

Under the existing sports program, school candidates have to join all 10 NCAA events in the seniors, juniors and women’s divisions.

Appearing in the weekly PSA Forum on Tuesday at the Shakey’s UN Avenue branch, Lozano mentioned Emilio Aguinaldo College, Lyceum, Centro Escolar University, Arellano University and Angeles University Foundation among the teams that formally applied to be a member of the NCAA.

Don Bosco Mandaluyong and Technological Institute of the Philippines also sent feelers about their intention to join.

“During our meeting last October 16, the NCAA Policy Board has already asked the Mancom to make its choice as soon as possible. So we’re now in the process of evaluating the schools that applied to us formally, including personal visits to their places,” said Lozano.

Of the five applicants, the Man*com head pointed to Emilio Agui*naldo College and Lyceum as the most persistent.

By December 15, the Mancom is set to submit its wish list of three schools, which the Policy Board will choose from once it convenes before the year ends.

The chosen school however, will still have to meet certain requirements by the NCAA, among them a P5-million entry fee, a three-year probationary period and as mentioned earlier, participation in all league sports.

The school to be selected is set to take the place of Philippine Christian University, which is set to serve another round of suspension next season for unconsciously using ineligible players two years ago.

D_I_A
10-29-2008, 12:15 AM
Abante
10/29/2008

NCAA new teams sasalain
(Mark Escarlote)



Matinding pagsala ang pagdadaanan ng mga paaralan na nagpakita ng interes sa pagsapi sa National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) sa susunod na season.


Gumawa ang NCAA Management Committee (MANCOM) ng mahigpit na mga guidelines na dapat maabot ng mga paaralang naghahangad na maging bagong miyembro ng pinakamatandang collegiate league sa bansa.


Sinabi ni MANCOM chairman Ding Lozano ng Mapua na ang mga nais sumali sa kanilang liga ay kinakailangang magkaroon ng magandang sports program, maayos na academic structure at student population. Ibig sabihin ang mga school candidates ay kailangan sumali sa 10 NCAA events sa seniors, juniors at women’s divisions.


Kabilang sa mga eskwelahan na nagbigay-interes sa pagsali ay ang Emilio Aguinaldo College, Lyceum, Centro Escolar University, Arellano University at Angeles University Foundation. Interesado rin ang Don Bosco-Mandaluyong at Technological Institute of the Philippines bagama’t wala pang pormal na request.


“During our meeting last Oct. 16, the NCAA Policy Board has already asked the MANCOM to make its choice as soon as possible. So we’re now in the process of evaluating the schools that applied to us formally, including personal visits to their places,” ani Lozano sa kanyang pagdalo kahapon sa PSA Forum sa Shakey’s U.N. Avenue branch.


Ayon pa sa MANCOM head ang Emilio Aguinaldo College at Lyceum ang paaralang masigasig sa kanilang pagsali.


“So far, itong dalawa talaga ang interesadong-interesado,” pahayag pa niya sa sesyon, na inis*ponsoran ng Shakey’s, Accel, Brickroad gym and Aspen spa at MedCentral Medical Clinic and Diagnostic Center.


Sa Dis. 15, nakatakdang isumite ng MANCOM ang tatlong paaralan na kanilang napili sa Policy Board, na siya namang magdedesisyon kung sino ang ipapasok sa liga bago magtapos ang taon.

D_I_A
03-24-2009, 11:44 PM
NCAA 10-team league soon?
Daily Tribune
03/25/2009


The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is planning to accept three more members, expanding the current seven-team field to 10 next year.

Incoming NCAA president Fr. Mateo de Jesus of San Beda College yesterday said they would start accepting applicants as early as this year to give prospective members a whole year to prepare for Season 86.

De Jesus would officially assume the position in a simple turnover ceremony on March 31.

“Schools interested to join must apply again during our 85th season this year,” De Jesus said. “But there are no promises, schools must get at least two-third votes from our Policy Board to get in.”

Arellano University, Angeles University Foundation, Centro Escolar University and Lyceum College have all applied last year following the leave of absence of Philippine Christian University (PCU). Unfortunately, none of them achieved the required number of votes, prompting the league to kick-off the season with only seven members.

Wang-Bu
04-01-2009, 09:23 AM
Scoop lang muna tayo: Bibigyan na ng formal letter of invitation ng NCAA ang Arellano, EAC, University of the Assumption Pampanga, at Angeles University Foundation Pampanga ngayong linggo, upang makilahok sa Season 85 ng NCAA bilang mga guest schools. Kailangang sumali ng mga ito at least sa basketball at sa volleyball events.

Tila yata ngayong kaaga pa lang bubulusok na ang balakin ng NC na maging at least sampung paaralan sila pagdating ng Season 86.

D_I_A
04-01-2009, 02:08 PM
New member still possible for 85th season, says ’09 NCAA president
03/31/2009 | 06:33 PM
GMANews.TV

MANILA, Philippines – Incoming NCAA policy board president Fr. Matteo De Jesus, OSB, of San Beda College said they are keeping their options open as far accepting a new member for the 85th season is concern.

“There will be seven teams for next season. But we’re open for future possibilities and we will gladly share it with you once we made the decision," said De Jesus, who is also SBC’s rector, during Tuesday’s turnover ceremonies held at Casa Español in Kalaw, Manila.

Outgoing policy board president Dr. Reynaldo Vea of Mapua Institute of Technology turned over the NCAA flag to De Jesus and thanked all members for throwing their all-out support making the 84th season a success.

De Jesus, before the turnover ceremony, the NCAA policy board and the management committee met for three hours to discuss their plans and programs, and listened to the report made by 2008-09 season host Mapua.

De Jesus, however, would not discuss the important details on the meeting but gave a hint that a new team may be added for next season. “We are still looking on the technical concerns. It would be fair to everybody if we wait for a few more days before we make any announcement."

Aside from the 2009 host school and Mapua, returning for the 85th season are Letran College, San Sebastian College, Jose Rizal University, College of Saint Benilde and University of Perpetual Help-Dalta System.

Philippine Christian University opted to leave the NCAA but still can re-apply for new membership in the 86th season.

Aside from the possibility of having new members, the NCAA is also planning to add boxing, fencing, archery and air rifle as demonstration sports in 2009-10 season.

The policy board is set to meet again anytime this week where they will decide with finality on the said issues.

The league opens on June 27 at the Araneta Coliseum with basketball as the first event and host San Beda seeking a fourth straight title.