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gameface_one
03-13-2008, 01:14 PM
PCU faces new NCAA suspension



Waylon Galvez
mb.com.ph

Philippine Christian University (PCU), suspended by the NCAA last year, may sit out another year as league officials uncovered a new anomaly relating to switching of identities by some players from the school’s junior team.


The announcement of PCU’s suspension has been delayed pending official notification to the school officials regarding the conclusion of the investigation that found players guilty of, among others, using another name to be able to play in the league two seasons ago.

According to a reliable source, the board, headed by Vincent K. Fabella of this year’s host Jose Rizal University, already made a decision but deferred the announcement pending a meeting with PCU president Oscar Suarez.

The source, who asked not to be named, said that PCU is facing "another one year suspension" following a report by the NCAA that discovered new names which were involved in identity switching and submitting false academic records.

NCAA management committee (MANCOM) chairman Paul Supan of JRU confirmed in a statement that the board, which met at the Casino Español in Manila, "has arrived at a consensus regarding the issue on PCU."

However, he refused to give other details.

"We hope to meet with PCU officials at the soonest possible time before making any announcement," he said.

The same source said the board discussed the letter submitted by PCU, which responded to the NCAA report that consist the names of those who committed falsification, given to Suarez a month ago.

It was only this time that the board discussed the issue because the NCAA wants to give the Dolphins "due process."

Sources said that the response sent to the NCAA was that PCU did not contest the points that were brought out in the report. Instead, "they are just asking for ‘mercy and understanding’ for what happened in the past."

The students reported as having false identities, false academic records and highly irregular type of recruitment procedures were identified as Jaypee Importante, Victor Miguel Oliveros, Jundell Navaja, James De Gano and Elvin Jake Pascual — are members of the PCU Baby Dolphins.

Importante’s real name is Vincent King while Oliveros and De Gano have already been implicated in the NCAA report last April which led to the PCU suspension.

Pascual, who won the 2006 Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player awards, is currently with the Team B of back-to-back NCAA champion San Beda College.

Fred Olano, who was transferred from being the school’s athletic head to auditor, declined to comment on the issue, saying, "It’s up to our president (Suarez), he’s the one who’s talking to the NCAA."

stonecold316
03-14-2008, 05:31 PM
What's happening to PCU? Hay naku. Daming anomalies.

stonecold316

anniegurl
03-18-2008, 05:21 AM
kawawa naman ung mga players ng PCU.

toti_mendiola
03-18-2008, 11:56 AM
The NCAA should decide soon whether to kick PCU out of the league so PCU could move on to other leagues.

salsa caballero
03-18-2008, 12:21 PM
I hope Pascual will be able to weather this PCU-related issue. It will be very unfortunate for him if his playing with SBC is jeopardized.

amdgc82
03-19-2008, 06:51 AM
NCAA board suspends Philippine Christian U until ’09 (http://www.businessmirror.com.ph/03192008/sports04.html)
By Reuben Terrado
Correspondent
www.businessmirror.com.ph
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PHILIPPINE Christian University (PCU) was slapped with another one-year suspension following reports that its president, Dr. Oscar Suarez, has been appealing to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) to rescind the punishment.

A source said Suarez met with NCAA Policy Board head Vincent Fabella, president of host Jose Rizal University, Monday to discuss the league board’s decision of suspending PCU for another season.

But the two have reportedly spoken to each other as early as last Wednesday night on the result of the NCAA investigation that PCU has falsified the documents of two more players on its juniors team two seasons ago.

Paul Supan, also of JRU and chairman of the NCAA management committee (Mancom), admitted there indeed was a meeting between Suarez and Fabella but neither confirmed nor denied PCU’s appeal, saying that the meeting was “between two school presidents.”

The Policy Board and the Mancom will formally announce the NCAA’s decision during the turnover ceremonies of the league’s hosting chores from JRU to Mapua Institute of Technology on March 28.

The league reportedly slapped PCU another one-year suspension after the official report stated that up to five players on its high-school basketball team were found to have switched identities and falsified documents.

Jaypee Importante (real name Vincent King Importante), Victor Miguel Oliveros, Jundell Navaja, James de Gano and Elvin Jake Pascual are believed to have been involved in the controversy. Importante, Oliveros and de Gano had already been mentioned in the prior report last April. Incidentally, Pascual, the Rookie Most Valuable Player in 2006, is now playing for San Beda College in its Team B and is expected to play for the defending champion Red Lions next season.

amdgc82
03-19-2008, 06:53 AM
PCU appeals case before NCAA board (http://www.journal.com.ph/index.php?issue=2008-03-19&sec=7&aid=53269)
March 19, 2008 07:58 PM Wednesday* *
www.journal.com.ph

PHILIPPINE Christian University president Oscar Suarez has reportedly appealed to the NCAA Policy Board to reconsider the alleged one-year suspension the school was slapped with after the league discovered two more high school PCU players with false documents.
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A source who requested not to be identified revealed that Board chief Vincent K. Fabella of Jose Rizal College and Suarez met at closed doors recently, with the PCU head appealing that the college be allowed to compete in the upcoming NCAA season.
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PCU was to make a return stint to the NCAA after being banned from competing in all events last season after three of its juniors’ basketball players were found to have false identities, false academic records and were recruited by dubious means.
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But another round of discoveries reportedly was unearthed by the NCAA Policy Board with two more high school players being found to also carrying false identities. The Board has reportedly agreed to extend PCU’s suspension for another year.
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The NCAA, however, hasn’t made a formal announcement yet but said that it would bare the sanction the turnover ceremony on March 28. This year’s host would be Mapua.
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JRU’s Paul Supan, who chairs the Management Committee (MANCOM), confirmed the meeting but neither confirmed nor dened the PCU appeal.
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“It’s just a meeting between two school presidents,” Supan said.
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In the NCAA report handed to the board and presented to PCU, the high school players mentioned in the report were Jaypee Importante, Victor Miguel Oliveros, Jundell Navaja, James De Gano and Elvin Jake Pascual
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Importante, whose real name is Vincent King, Oliveros and De Gano were already implicated in the first NCAA report last April. Pascual, the 2006 NCAA winner of Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player award, is currently with Team B of seniors’ back-to-back champion San Beda College.

amdgc82
03-19-2008, 07:00 AM
PCU tries to stave off ban (http://www.mb.com.ph/SPRT20080319119805.html)
By WAYLON GALVEZ
www.mb.com.ph

The president of the Philippine Christian University has reportedly asked the NCAA Policy Board for leniency and requested that the school be allowed to participate in the coming season after reports surfaced that the league plans to suspend PCU one more year for recruitment violations.

A reliable source revealed yesterday that a meeting between PCU president Oscar Suarez and Vincent K. Fabella, president of host school Jose Rizal University (JRU), was held the other day during which PCU was informed of the impending one-year suspension and Suarez asking Fabella to reconsider the decision.

PCU was suspended one year for a similar recruitment violation and was thought to be ready to return to action this year.

But new information surfaced and an NCAA investigation revealed that the school had used more players who falsified documents than previously discovered.

Because of this, a consensus was reportedly arrived to suspend PCU for another season.

Paul Supan of JRU, chair of the Management Committee (MANCOM), confirmed the meeting took place but was not authorized to reveal the subject of the discussion.

"It’s just a meeting between two school presidents," Supan said.

But a source said the board, together with the MANCOM officials, will formally announce the NCAA decision during the turnover ceremony between JRU and 2008 host Mapua on March 28.

The board reportedly has already decided to suspend PCU, but has deferred the formal announcement pending a meeting between the board and Suarez.

In the 83rd (2007) season of the NCAA, the league suspended PCU after three players were found to have committed identity-switching and submitted false academic records to play in PCU’s high school team.

The NCAA identified the players as Jaypee Importante, Victor Miguel Oliveros, Jundell Navaja, James De Gano and Elvin Jake Pascual.

Importante, whose real name is reportedly Vincent King, Oliveros and De Gano were implicated in the first NCAA report last April. The others were found out only by the recent investigation.

If PCU is suspended, the school will still not be off the hook after serving the second one. It will still serve a one-year probation in 2009.

gfy
03-20-2008, 12:45 PM
The players involved may reportedly be banned for life from playing in the NCAA. Thus, Importante is trying out at Adamson.

toti_mendiola
03-20-2008, 01:37 PM
On what grounds?

stonecold316
03-21-2008, 06:23 PM
PCU should be banish from the NCAA. Maswerte sila at suspension lang inabot nila.

stonecold316

Rafiboy_05
03-29-2008, 01:00 AM
amp mg balita dito? may decision na ba ang MANCOM?

amdgc82
03-29-2008, 02:37 AM
No verdict yet on PCU case (http://www.journal.com.ph/index.php?issue=2008-03-29&sec=7&aid=54158)
March 29, 2008 07:25 PM Saturday
By: Gerry Ramos*
www.journal.com.ph

THE status of Philippine Christian U in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) remains uncertain with two months to go before the league’s 84th season formally comes off the wraps at the Araneta Coliseum.
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Jose Rizal U president Vincent K. Fabella admitted that the NCAA Board has yet to come up with a decision whether the Taft-based school will still be serving another suspension and again, skipped altogether the 2008-09 season that starts on June 28.
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A new players’ eligibility violation was reportedly found out by the Board involving two more PCU junior cagers, just as the school was still serving the one-year suspension meted on it by the league following a similar oversight it committed two seasons ago.
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Fabella, outgoing head of the NCAA Board, said the case is too sensitive to scrutinize and therefore, should be treated with utmost care. Nonetheless, the group hopes to have a decision by April 18 when another round of meeting will be held.
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“We’ll meet again to decide on the PCU case in another meeting on April 18. There is still something that we have to validate and some members wanted to make sure about it,” admitted Fabella during the league’s formal turnover rites to this year’s next host Mapua at the Casino Espanol Friday afternoon.
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“All are still under evaluation because everything has to be fair.”
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Dr. Reynaldo Vea of Mapua accepted the hosting chores from Fabella and admitted surpassing what JRU did in season 83 would be very difficult to top.
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“As this year’s host, we’re truly looking forward to a more exciting 84th season,” said Vea, whose school is one of the oldest NCAA members.
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Starting this season, teams are allowed to enlist a maximum of two foreign student players to be fielded only one at a time.
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Defending two-time basketball men’s champion San Beda is among those to be affected by the new rule as another foreign student – Kevin Udo – is expected to join the Red Lions this season and join fellow Nigerian Sam Ekwe in an expected explosive and intimidating frontcourt partnership.
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“The board approved the new rules that allowed only one foreigner to play one-at-a-time in the game in a meeting last November,” said JRU athletic director Paul Supan, also chair of the NCAA Management Committee (MANCOM).

amdgc82
03-29-2008, 03:08 AM
Dolphins’ fate still hangs (http://www.manilastandardtoday.com/?page=sports4_mar29_2008)
www.manilastandardtoday.com

PHILIPPINE Christian University is still a member-school of the National Collegiate Athletic Association.

But, the school’s official status is still uncertain, and the league’s policy board will still have to come up with a final decision of PCU’s fate in the coming 84th season.

Outgoing policy board chairman Vincent Fabella of Jose Rizal University said this yesterday after the officials of the league turned over the hosting rights of the coming schoolyear to Mapua Institute of Technology.

“Our information on them is still incomplete. But, PCU is still a member of the NCAA,” said Fabella after he handed the league’s hosting flag to incoming policy board head Dr. Reynaldo Vea, who is Mapua’s chief executive and president.

Fabella, who is the university president of JRU, said the policy board will have a final deliberation on PCU’s fate on April 15.

University president Dr. Oscar Suarez of PCU already had a round of talks with NCAA policy board chairman, according to Fabella, who said they are taking a cautious stance before announcing their status in the coming season, which starts on June 28.

Last year, PCU was suspended from playing in all events after four players from the school’s junior basketball team were found to have used falsified documents, and switched their identities with somebody else.

If PCU is sanctioned again this year, the school may be able return to the league in 2009. The NCAA policy board ruled on a suspension following a two-month internal probe from within the board and from within the school. Peter Atencio

amdgc82
03-29-2008, 03:46 AM
NCAA extends PCU suspension, drops team in probationary list (http://www.tribune.net.ph/sports/20080329spo4.html)
www.tribune.net.ph
03/29/2008

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) slapped Philippine Christian University (PCU) with another one-year suspension yesterday, extending the Dolphins’ non-appearance in league competitions for two consecutive years.

A highly-placed league source yesterday revealed the NCAA policy board has already come up with a final decision banning the Dolphins for another year, relegating them to a three-year probationary status and directly stripping them of voting powers and some benefits being enjoyed by a regular member.

The decision, however, will be formally announced when the policy board headed by its new president, Mapua Institute of Technology’s Dr. Reynaldo Vea, convenes on April 18.

The source, a member of the NCAA management committee, also divulged PCU has committed several “grave offenses” which were not covered by their suspension last year. And the most disturbing among those offenses is the ineligibility of a senior basketball star who played a vital role in the 2006 NCAA finals against San Beda College.

Aside from the senior stalwart, the league also found three other junior standouts guilty of committing the same offense. But the source refused to reveal their identities and spill further details, claiming that it would be better if the formal announcement would come from the policy board.

The source also said although the PCU president is making an appeal and negotiating to be allowed to play even just in men’s basketball next season, it is very unlikely for the league to reverse its earlier decision. Actually, the schedule sans the Dolphins is being readied at this point.

Former NCAA policy board president Vincent Fabella of Jose Rizal University did confirm the claim, but hinted that “we are just protecting the interest of the league and its members.”

Fabella, who transferred next season’s hosting to Vea in a simple turnover ceremony yesterday at the Casino Espanola, said they are keeping all major decisions within the board, like the probable extension of the PCU suspension.

reforms
03-29-2008, 05:28 AM
The source, a member of the NCAA management committee, also divulged PCU has committed several “grave offenses” which were not covered by their suspension last year. And the most disturbing among those offenses is the ineligibility of a senior basketball star who played a vital role in the 2006 NCAA finals against San Beda College.


hmm... sino kaya tong senior basketbal star ng pcu na nakalaban natin? ???

LION
03-30-2008, 12:58 AM
Sino pa e di si Gabby Espinas.

gameface_one
03-30-2008, 09:03 AM
PCU’s NCAA fate known next month


By Marc Anthony Reyes
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 04:25:00 03/29/2008


MANILA, Philippines—The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) policy board Friday deferred its decision on the fate of beleaguered Philippine Christian University (PCU) but declared it has reached a consensus to reformat rules regarding the use of foreign players like Nigerian mainstay Sam Ekwe of San Beda College.

Outgoing NCAA president Vincent Fabella of Jose Rizal University said the board would meet on April 18 to come up with a decision whether to extend PCU’s one-year suspension or readmit the team for the 84th season.

“There is still something we have to validate and some members wanted to make sure about it,” said Fabella. “There’s this lengthy evaluation because everything has to be fair.”

PCU was found to have committed irregularity in hiring players in their junior basketball team during the 2006 season. Evidences collated late last year also showed that the Dolphins may have also been guilty of the same offense but with different players involved.

Meanwhile, the league’s management committee headed by Jose Rizal University’s Paul Supan said that, starting this season, the league will limit each team to just two foreign players with only one of them allowed to play at a time.

mighty_lion
03-30-2008, 10:56 AM
The source, a member of the NCAA management committee, also divulged PCU has committed several “grave offenses” which were not covered by their suspension last year. And the most disturbing among those offenses is the ineligibility of a senior basketball star who played a vital role in the 2006 NCAA finals against San Beda College.


hmm... sino kaya tong senior basketbal star ng pcu na nakalaban natin?* ???


The wording is confusing. Na-isip ko tuloy ineligible si Alex. ;D

lekiboy
03-30-2008, 11:22 AM
Sino pa e di si Gabby Espinas.

yup!

reforms
04-01-2008, 04:32 AM
si espinas? iniisip ko kasi baka si castro din. buti nalang di sya. asar ako kay espinach. si castro ginagalang ko yan. ;D

bakit, anong meron kay espinas? overage? tampered documents/grades? matatanggalan ba sya ng previous awards?

pano un, si sam na ang one and only rookie-mvp ng liga? ;)

The_Big_Cat
04-01-2008, 10:50 AM
Sino pa e di si Gabby Espinas.


Gabriel Espinas? If its Espinas, illegal ang finals appearance ng Dolphins noong 2006. PCU should return their 2006 runner's-up trophy to the NCAA. For the NCAA naman, to whom will they give now the runner's-up finish?

Same scenario in 2004 UAAP Season. Mark Benitez was found to have tampered his documents. La Salle gave back the champion's trophy to the UAAP. Pati Finals MVP Trophy ni Mac Cardona sinauli din.

Howard the Duck
04-02-2008, 12:41 PM
Sino pa e di si Gabby Espinas.


Gabriel Espinas? If its Espinas, illegal ang finals appearance ng Dolphins noong 2006. PCU should return their 2006 runner's-up trophy to the NCAA. For the NCAA naman, to whom will they give now the runner's-up finish?

Same scenario in 2004 UAAP Season. Mark Benitez was found to have tampered his documents. La Salle gave back the champion's trophy to the UAAP. Pati Finals MVP Trophy ni Mac Cardona sinauli din.

dapat walang champion :D

The_Big_Cat
04-02-2008, 02:08 PM
Auction na lang ang trophy. Tapos yung pera i-donate na lang sa charity.

batangueño
04-15-2008, 03:55 PM
So, ano na bang plano ng NCAA sa PCU?

BedanRoar
04-23-2008, 02:47 PM
More or less everyone knows the fate of PCU for S84, it's just a matter of the official MANCOM announcement. But, with this two consecutive suspensions. Will they still stay in the NCAA?

The_Big_Cat
04-23-2008, 04:46 PM
^If the NCAA will suspend PCU again dapat hanapan na ng kapalit. Mawawalan ng competitiveness ang NCAA kung walang maipalit sa PCU.

batangueño
04-23-2008, 09:21 PM
^If the NCAA will suspend PCU again dapat hanapan na ng kapalit. Mawawalan ng competitiveness ang NCAA kung walang maipalit sa PCU.

Kabayang The_Big_Cat, marami naman yatang nakapila na mga aplikante eh. ;D

nash_bedista
04-23-2008, 10:41 PM
isa na ata Lyceum Pirates,

kung nagkataon,

Intramuros Trench na labanan nito!

The_Big_Cat
04-24-2008, 11:06 AM
In my opinion, huwag na lang i-suspend again ang PCU. Nagdusa na ang buong school for one year last year.
Kung si Erap na convict ng plunder, napatawad at nabigyan ng pardon, why can't this be applied to PCU as well?

Parusahan na lang yung mga PCU officials na nag falsify at nag tamper ng documents. Prosecute them in the courts.

Mawawalan ng competitiveness ang NCAA kung mababawasan ng isang school ulit for another year.

Bring back PCU and accept one of those schools who are currently applying in the NCAA.

mangtsito
04-24-2008, 11:33 AM
Madaling sabihin na pansamantalang kumuha na lang ng isa pang eskwela (halimbawa: Lyceum Pirates) kapalit ng PCU para kumpleto ang walong teams sa susunod na season.

Pero ang hindi iniisip ng marami, anong gagawin nila sa Lyceum kung tapos na ang suspension ng PCU? Paano yun, "thank you" na lang? Kita kits sa ssunod na may ma-suspend?

Masakit yun, mehn. Wala yatang may gusto maging panakip-butas. :'(

It hurts, it hurts you know. ;D

JonarSabilano
04-24-2008, 01:50 PM
isa na ata Lyceum Pirates,

kung nagkataon,

Intramuros Trench na labanan nito!


Kunin na rin ang PLM. Balita ko, may varsity teams na rin sila ngayon. ;D

Rafiboy_05
05-01-2008, 12:18 PM
May 1 na pero wala pa rin balita kung ano na status ng PCU.

bunso
05-02-2008, 11:40 AM
syng nmn sana wag slng matangal

Joescoundrel
05-04-2008, 10:58 AM
Elvin Jake Pascual was mentioned as being involved some how in the case that got PCU suspended the first time around, although I do not really recall anymore in what capacity.

That is why I was very surprised that San Beda recruited him. What exactly was his role, if any, in the first PCU suspension anyway?

The_Big_Cat
05-04-2008, 12:48 PM
Elvin Jake Pascual was mentioned as being involved some how in the case that got PCU suspended the first time around, although I do not really recall anymore in what capacity.

That is why I was very surprised that San Beda recruited him. What exactly was his role, if any, in the first PCU suspension anyway?

Ang dinig ko is the way he was recruited to join PCU back then. Recruitment process ang fradulent daw.
Yung ibang teammates niya either switching birth certificates or tampering one field in their birth certificates.
Kaya walang kasalan si Pascual in this mess.

christian
05-05-2008, 11:44 AM
Elvin Jake Pascual was mentioned as being involved some how in the case that got PCU suspended the first time around, although I do not really recall anymore in what capacity.

That is why I was very surprised that San Beda recruited him. What exactly was his role, if any, in the first PCU suspension anyway?


Sir Joe, I'm pretty sure that it was Elvin Jake Pascual who went to San Beda and not the other way around :) We are confident that his papers are OK.

lekiboy
05-05-2008, 12:20 PM
Elvin Jake Pascual was mentioned as being involved some how in the case that got PCU suspended the first time around, although I do not really recall anymore in what capacity.

That is why I was very surprised that San Beda recruited him. What exactly was his role, if any, in the first PCU suspension anyway?


Sir Joe, I'm pretty sure that it was Elvin Jake Pascual who went to San Beda and not the other way around :) We are confident that his papers are OK.


jake's role in PCU - I do not know, sirs.

as for jake's movement to SBC, we made sure that he is the real deal before we accepted. :)

jhe03
05-08-2008, 06:16 PM
uHmmm wlA pa pOh bA bltA sa pcu..

jhe03
05-08-2008, 06:18 PM
nu na poh ba klgyn ng pcu sa ncaa...mkksli pa ba sila dis season o mgwewelcom clA ng new school...

cno sa tingin nio ung mkkpasok sa ncaa pag di nksali ang pcu...

EAC
LYCEUM
ARELLANO

cnO uNg krapat dapat...

tnX..=)

toti_mendiola
05-08-2008, 07:55 PM
PCU is onyl usspneded fro onahter yaer nd is undre porbation adn ont banned.
okhay na pow bah?

christian
05-08-2008, 08:51 PM
Ahnep repapip! OwK sa olryt!

The_Big_Cat
05-08-2008, 09:02 PM
^Parang Egyptian hieroglyphics yung mga nasa taas ;D
Hindi ko kasi maintindihan.

Rafiboy_05
05-08-2008, 09:50 PM
confirmed na ba yan na suspended ang PCU?

jhe03
05-08-2008, 09:58 PM
confirmed na ba na suspended lNg sb kc...its either suspended or banned....un ung sb sa blita....
iM askIng qng mabanned ang pcu cno ung dpat na pmlit pra sa inyo....

LYCEUM
EAC
ARELLANO

ichibang
05-09-2008, 02:29 PM
EAC ang dapat tanggapin na bagong school s ncaa, maganda ang sports program nila s lhat ng evets, they also produced uprising star of the pba ronjay buenafe.maganda din ang mga facilties, program s sports at academics nila, meron din sila fan base kaya deserving sila makapasok as new member of ncaa.

go eac....

jhe03
05-09-2008, 02:34 PM
ah ok tnx sa pag post...mukang tga eac ka ah....snA dlWa mkpsk EAC nd LYCEUM hehe...kuNg papalarin hehe

gameface_one
05-09-2008, 02:43 PM
^^^This thread should be transferred to the PCU Forum.

Warning is hereby given to jhe03 for continuously using text speak.

Wang-Bu
05-16-2008, 05:49 PM
Naikwento sa akin ni pareng Ato ko na papa-NAASCU na daw ang PCU kaysa naman wala na naman sila sa NCAA.

batangueño
05-16-2008, 10:09 PM
May announcement na ang NCAA Board na baka sa Cuneta Astrodome gawin ang basketball games ng Season 84 pero ang kapalaran ng PCU ay nakabitin pa din. Talaga nga naman, ano? ::)

Get_Blazed
05-16-2008, 11:16 PM
Naikwento sa akin ni pareng Ato ko na papa-NAASCU na daw ang PCU kaysa naman wala na naman sila sa NCAA.


Nye, panget naman kung sakali di na sila makakabalik ng NC. Mas mahihirapan silang bumalik if ever. Ang problema dito, anung petsa na wala paring balita. If they would like to admit other members(pref. Lyceum, EAC, SFAC, UA&P?) then its ok to do so, hindi naman kelangan may palitan eh. Kaya lang kung magaadmit nga naman sila, sana in pairs para mas maganda and mas oderly parin. In time na babalik ang PCU(if ever) then, walagn magiging problema. My 2 cents.

Get_Blazed
05-16-2008, 11:20 PM
May announcement na ang NCAA Board na baka sa Cuneta Astrodome gawin ang basketball games ng Season 84 pero ang kapalaran ng PCU ay nakabitin pa din. Talaga nga naman, ano? ::)


Ewan ba natin kung ano pang kalokohan nangyayari sa loob ng MANCOM? ;D

Rafiboy_05
05-17-2008, 12:06 AM
concluision ko lang ito ha pero based dito:




The Juniors Division will see action in the morning of Wednesdays and Fridays while the afternoon televised games will be made on the usual 2-6 p.m. slot on Studio 23 of the ABS-CBN network of the same days.


Last Modified on 03/05/2008 09:10


I think 7 schools pa rin ang NCAA sa season 84 kasi kung 8 schools yan, dapat may seniors game din tuwing mondays(hindi televised).

Get_Blazed
05-17-2008, 12:09 AM
concluision ko lang ito ha pero based dito:




The Juniors Division will see action in the morning of Wednesdays and Fridays while the afternoon televised games will be made on the usual 2-6 p.m. slot on Studio 23 of the ABS-CBN network of the same days.


Last Modified on 03/05/2008 09:10


I think 7 schools pa rin ang NCAA sa season 84 kasi kung 8 schools yan, dapat may seniors game din tuwing mondays(hindi televised).


So wala na tlgang monday games?

Rafiboy_05
05-17-2008, 12:47 AM
concluision ko lang ito ha pero based dito:




The Juniors Division will see action in the morning of Wednesdays and Fridays while the afternoon televised games will be made on the usual 2-6 p.m. slot on Studio 23 of the ABS-CBN network of the same days.


Last Modified on 03/05/2008 09:10


I think 7 schools pa rin ang NCAA sa season 84 kasi kung 8 schools yan, dapat may seniors game din tuwing mondays(hindi televised).


So wala na tlgang monday games?


kung final decision na ng Mancom yung nasa article. siguro pwede na sabihin na wala ng Monday Games

The_Big_Cat
05-17-2008, 11:30 AM
So far, no decision yet from the NCAA regarding the suspension of PCU.
Bukas pa definitely ang pinto ng NCAA for PCU.

BedanRoar
05-17-2008, 11:53 AM
So far, no decision yet from the NCAA regarding the suspension of PCU.
Bukas pa definitely ang pinto ng NCAA for PCU.


Matagal na may decision. Mabagal lang ang announcement!

Get_Blazed
05-17-2008, 09:22 PM
So far, no decision yet from the NCAA regarding the suspension of PCU.
Bukas pa definitely ang pinto ng NCAA for PCU.


Matagal na may decision. Mabagal lang ang announcement!


How did you know? ::)

nastrans
05-17-2008, 09:59 PM
Let's just say the handwriting is on the wall kahit di pa formal yung decision or kahit di pa sila nagcocomeup sa decision.

D_I_A
05-23-2008, 12:24 PM
ah ok tnx sa pag post...mukang tga eac ka ah....snA dlWa mkpsk EAC nd LYCEUM hehe...kuNg papalarin hehe


sana mag-expand ang NCAA in terms of membership kung maging 12 members, siguro mas masaya. EAC,LYCEUM, Arellano and SFAC add them in the roster.

papayag kaya ang NCAA Board?

oca
05-24-2008, 09:37 PM
Sana ay totoo nga, may represantitive ang PCU na lumapit sa UCAA. Ituloy na nila, nang sa gayon ay umalis na sila ng tuluyan sa NCAA.

Rafiboy_05
05-26-2008, 03:27 PM
any news sa PCU? may nag-sabi sa PEX na baka payagan daw ng ManCom na makasali ang Srs. team ng PCU

stonecold316
05-27-2008, 05:16 PM
PCU should again be suspended as a form of punishment to them. Hanggat hindi maayos ang problema sa kanila dapat huwag sila isama sa NCAA.

stonecold316

D_I_A
05-28-2008, 12:38 AM
Sana ay totoo nga, may represantitive ang PCU na lumapit sa UCAA.* Ituloy na nila, nang sa gayon ay umalis na sila ng tuluyan sa NCAA.



mukhang di ata aalis..kasi..active sila sa NCAA South

‘NC’ South grows in number, stature
By Abac Cordero
Wednesday, May 28, 2008
The NCAA South is not only growing in number but in scope as well.

For the first time in the history of the 10-year-old athletic association, the opening ceremony and championship stage of the different sports disciplines will be aired on national TV.

“It’s about time we hit the national spotlight given the fact that we are now on our 10th season,” said Dr. Oscar Suarez, Ph.D, president of host Philippine Christian University, yesterday.

The league’s 10th season was formally launched during a luncheon at the sprawling PCU campus in Dasmariñas, Cavite, attended by representatives from the nine competing schools.

The season unfolds on Aug. 19 and lasts until March.

There will be action in basketball, volleyball, taekwondo, swimming, chess, badminton, table tennis, tennis, soccer and athletics.

Action will be shown on the popular sports program Sports Unlimited of ABS-CBN and QTV. The NCAA South is reserved for colleges and universities located in the Southern Tagalog.

The other member schools are Letran Calamba, San Beda Alabang, University of Perpetual Help Systems Binan, La Salle Lipa, Don Bosco Mandaluyong, First Asia Institute of Technology, San Pablo College and Don Bosco.

When the NCAA South was founded in 1998, only Letran, San Beda, UPHS and PCU were around. A couple more schools are knocking on the doors, according to league officials.

But more than the number, league officials are hoping for a wider TV coverage.

“It remains our vision to have a full coverage of the games because we feel that we deserve the same amount of coverage the NCAA and the UAAP enjoy,” Suarez said.

“This should trigger more negotiations so we can air not just the opening and the championship games but every game,” said Fr. Paul de Vera of San Beda.

Rafiboy_05
05-28-2008, 01:43 AM
kung masususpend ulit ang PCU dahil sa nandaya ulit yung juniors nila, dapat pati seniors kasama para Fair. katulad lang yan ng nangyari sa La Salle, seniors yung nandaya pero pati juniors suspended din. "Kasalanan ng isa, Kasalanan ng lahat!" hindi porke juniors lang yung may sala sila lang yung suspended. opinion lang :)

red_red
05-28-2008, 08:16 AM
PCU Plays This Season!

The NCAA Policy Board in a meeting held at the Casino Español on May 27, 2008, announced that the Philippine Christian University will play in the forthcoming 84th season of the league. At the end of the season, however, PCU is voluntarily taking an indefinite leave of absence with the agreement of the Policy Board.

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GHRanger
05-28-2008, 09:23 AM
PCU Plays This Season!

The NCAA Policy Board in a meeting held at the Casino Español on May 27, 2008, announced that the Philippine Christian University will play in the forthcoming* 84th season of the league. At the end of the season, however, PCU is voluntarily taking an indefinite leave of absence with the agreement of the Policy Board.

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I guess it's a "graceful" exit of sorts. :)
With this move, will the NCAA board be doing their reviews on the applications? I don't see PCU coming in the next 3-5 years.

KingRedLion
05-28-2008, 10:13 AM
and so the plot thickens for Season 84....


Animo San Beda! ;)

toti_mendiola
05-28-2008, 10:24 AM
Talagang inantay si JC na makaalis bago nagpasya ang mga kolokoy na payagan maglaro ang PCU. YUng mgaumaasang na makapasok ng final four nadurog ang mga munting pangarap sa pangyayaring ito. hahahaha

leon.guinto
05-28-2008, 03:40 PM
The PCU Dolphins will play in NCAA Season 84
by inboundpass
Wednesday, 28 May 2008 (78 Views, Be the first one to comment)

In a recent statement by the NCAA Board. The NCAA Policy Board, in a meeting held at the Casino Español on May 27, 2008, announced that the Philippine Christian University will play in the forthcoming 84th season of the league.

At the end of the season, however, PCU is voluntarily taking an indefinite leave of absence with the agreement of the Policy Board.

More later……

bigfreeze_bibby
05-28-2008, 04:13 PM
Indefinite leave of absence? I think this is as good as wala na sila sa liga.

Kid Cubao
05-28-2008, 04:16 PM
hindi pa kasi nila sabihing pinaalis na nila sa NC ang PCU, eh may pinanghahawakan naman silang matibay na ebidensya sa denggoyan sa loob ;D

batangueño
05-28-2008, 04:22 PM
Baka naman gusto muna ng NCAA board ng cash cow San Beda vs PCU rematch bago tuluyang umalis ang Dolphins sa liga. ;) ;D

christian
05-28-2008, 05:05 PM
AT least may Juniors (?) so maganda dapat ang sched, double header! ;D

christian
05-28-2008, 05:13 PM
Cash cow sa mga Bedans sir, sa PCU mandatory manood hehehe dun din kami bumibili ng tickets ;D

danny
05-29-2008, 02:46 AM
Cash cow sa mga Bedans sir, sa PCU mandatory manood hehehe dun din kami bumibili ng tickets ;D


Ang titindi nga daw ng Bedista... may mga pumunta pa ng PCU para bumili ng ticket. Ang kukulit niyo talaga! ;D

danny
05-29-2008, 03:19 AM
Graceful exit. This serves as a warning to those who will debase the integrity of the NCAA... hopefully! ;D

Rafiboy_05
05-29-2008, 06:12 AM
May 29, 2008 07:03 PM Thursday Article read 18 time(s)

PCU is back, but not for long
By: Gerry Ramos
AFTER a year of absence, Philippine Christian U makes a comeback in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).

It would be a short return, though.

As agreed upon with the NCAA Policy Board, the school rejoins the league for its 84th season that opens late next month, but will have to take a voluntary indefinite leave by 2009.

The arrangement was made following a meeting late Monday night at the Casino Espanol, Manila among PCU officials, the NCAA Policy Board and the league’s Management Committee (MANCOM).

The Taft-based school was meted a one-year suspension by the league for using ineligible players for its junior basketball team.

“Philippine Christian University will play in the forthcoming 84th season of the league, At the end of the season, however, PCU is voluntarily taking an indefinite leave of absence with the agreement of the Policy Board,” said in a statement sent by the NCAA.

The decision ended a two-month negotiation between league officials, including former NCAA president Vincent Fabella of Jose Rizal U, current board head Rey Vea of season host Mapua, and PCU president Dr. Oscar Suarez.

It also scrapped the earlier recommendation of a committee that investigated the issue of suspending PCU for the second straight season and have the Dolphins serve a three-year probation starting in 2009.

Initially, PCU was suspended for fielding in high school player Jaypee Importante, (real name is Vincent King), who was found guilty of falsifying documents to gain entry to the school three years ago.

But in the midst of serving the suspension, PCU was again found by a committee of having falsified more players’ documents including those of Victor Miguel Oliveros, Jundell Navaja, James De Gano and Elvin Jake Pascual, therefore leading to another possible sanction on the school.

“That’s basically what happened, with PCU volunteering to take an indefinite leave of absence, the NCAA scrapped the recommendation,” said NCAA spokesperson Henry Atayde of St. Benilde.

“The NCAA will always allow the schools to police their ranks, to decide on their own,” Atayde added.

On its return, the Dolphins will only compete in all senior’s sports events, including basketball, which kicks off the 2008-09 season beginning on June 28 at the Araneta Coliseum.

Atayde said it’s up for PCU if and when it decides to come back following its indefinite leave, although it has to go through the process of reapplying again upon its return.

“They have to re-apply, that’s the essence of “indefinite” leave of absence,” Atayde said.

He mentioned the case of former NCAA member Trinity College, saying: “When Trinity left, they filed an “indefinite” leave of absence. Now they want to come back and are reapplying. The same goes for PCU.”

Nevertheless, the return of PCU in the NCAA will be good, said Atayde.

“This is good for all, good for the NCAA. I think the field is competitive. What’s more important is that there are no hard feelings,” he added.

PCU will have full privilege as regular member. Dr. Suarez will have his seat back as member of the Policy Board and the Dolphins will have a new member to the MANCOM in acting athletic director Art Alombro.

lekiboy
05-29-2008, 07:25 AM
"more important is that there are no hard feelings"...... where the hell did that come from?

BedanRoar
05-29-2008, 08:11 AM
Case Closed....

gameface_one
05-29-2008, 09:27 AM
PCU allowed a graceful exit



By WAYLON GALVEZ
mb.com.ph

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Policy Board and the management of Philippine Christian University (PCU) reached an agreement that will allow the Taft-based school to rejoin the league this season but take an "indefinite" leave of absence next year.


This was announced in a joint statement by the Policy Board and the NCAA Management Committee (MANCOM) yesterday following a meeting late Monday held at the Casino Español, Manila.

"Philippine Christian University will play in the forthcoming 84th Season of the league," the NCAA stated.

"At the end of the season, however, PCU is voluntarily taking an indefinite leave of absence with the agreement of the Policy Board."

The NCAA decision ended a two-month negotiation between league officials, from past president Vincent Fabella of JRU and current board head Rey Vea of season host Mapua, and PCU president Dr. Oscar Suarez.

It also scrapped the earlier recommendation of a committee that investigated the issue of suspending PCU again for the second straight season and have the Dolphins serve a three-year probation starting 2009.

"That’s basically what happened, with PCU volunteering to take an indefinite leave of absence, the NCAA scrapped the recommendation," NCAA spokesperson Henry Atayde of St. Benilde said.

"The NCAA will always allow the schools to police their ranks, to decide on their own," Atayde said.

PCU will only compete in all the senior’s sports events.

The NCAA will start with its basketball tournament on June 28 at the Araneta Coliseum.

Atayde said it’s up for PCU if and when it decides to comeback, but it has to go through the process of re-applying again.

"They have to re-apply, that’s the essence of "indefinite" leave of absence," Atayde said.

He mentioned the case of former NCAA member Trinity College, saying: "When Trinity left, they filed an "indefinite" leave of absence. Now they want to comeback and are reapplying. The same goes for PCU."

Nevertheless, the return of PCU in the NCAA will be good, said Atayde.

"This is good for all, good for the NCAA. I think the field is competitive. What’s more important is that there are no hard feelings," Atayde said.

PCU will have full privilege as regular member.

Suarez will have his seat back as member of the Policy Board and the Dolphins will have a new member to the MANCOM in acting athletic director Art Alombro.

"We’re happy that the NCAA gave us a chance (to comeback). After that, we’ll try our best to comply with the requirements and clean our area," Alombro said. "We kept training our players, hoping this time will come. Palaban naman kami."

Scheduling of game won’t be a problem, according to MANCOM chair Ding Lozano of Mapua as he prepared two separate programs, one with PCU in the roster of participants and the other without.

"Even from the beginning of the month (May), there’s really no problem with the scheduling. We programmed it already," Lozano said.

PCU was suspended last season after one of its high school basketball players, Jaypee Importante, whose real name is Vincent King, was found guilty of falsifying his documents to gain entry to PCU three years ago.

The investigation led to more verification that others also committed falsification of documents, including Victor Miguel Oliveros, Jundell Navaja, James De Gano and Elvin Jake Pascual.

Importante, Oliveros, Navaja and De Gano were banned in the NCAA, while the MANCOM will decide on Pascual, a reserve player for two-time champion San Beda College, during its eligibility meeting on June 10.

Atayde also clarified that the NCAA will not accept applicants at the moment to fill the spot of PCU next season.

"No, we’ll not accept. It will be unfair to PCU to entertain applicants. Maybe, after the basketball season," he said. "And why not try nine teams. What’s one more school? We’ll adjust the schedule."

GHRanger
05-29-2008, 11:07 AM
^ Nine teams? :) Mukhang this early may napupusuhan ng mga colleges yung Mancom.

christian
05-29-2008, 03:30 PM
Cash cow sa mga Bedans sir, sa PCU mandatory manood hehehe dun din kami bumibili ng tickets ;D


Ang titindi nga daw ng Bedista... may mga pumunta pa ng PCU para bumili ng ticket. Ang kukulit niyo talaga! ;D


Natuto lang sa mga "elders" ;D kilala nyo ba sila sir? hehehe

Get_Blazed
05-29-2008, 03:35 PM
^ Nine teams? :) Mukhang this early may napupusuhan ng mga colleges yung Mancom.*


Wow, finally may decision na ang ManCom! And wow again, about the '9 team' idea. Sino kaya ang ipapasok? Am hoping for EAC, Lyceum, Arellano, and/or SFAC. But sure would be sad without PCU around for a while, sana makabalik din sila. :)

The_Big_Cat
05-29-2008, 04:15 PM
^ Nine teams? :) Mukhang this early may napupusuhan ng mga colleges yung Mancom.


Wow, finally may decision na ang ManCom! And wow again, about the '9 team' idea. Sino kaya ang ipapasok? Am hoping for EAC, Lyceum, Arellano, and/or SFAC. But sure would be sad without PCU around for a while, sana makabalik din sila. :)

After Season 84, PCU will take a leave of absence. The proposed "9 team" format will be tackled after season 84, which means the NCAA may accept 2 new members?

I wonder kung sino-sino yung nasa lineup ngayon ng Dolphins?

BigBlue
05-29-2008, 04:48 PM
hindi kaya NCAA Mancom is leaving enough room for themselves to change their minds on PCU?

right now they are saying they are OK with 9, but after 6mos or so, i wouldnt be surprised to see the Mancom announcing that they have decided to retain PCU and even things out at 10 member schools.

oca
05-29-2008, 04:49 PM
The NCAA Board had always left the door open for a graceful exit by PCU. Ayaw nila i-expel, instead, they sent signals to PCU to just make the move and leave. That it had to be done this way, where PCU will play one last season, to me demostrates the kind of descent men the NCAA Board is made of. Hindi nila basta ibabagsak ng pabalibag ang pinto sa isang miembro. Kung lugmok na, huwag nang tadyakan. Instead, akay-akay pa nilang ihahatid sa pinto.

In the end, PCU has a chance to redeem its name in the eyes of the general public thorugh its performace and demeanor this coming season. Then, the NCAA gets a full complement of 8 teams which makes for a better scheduling of games.

More importantly, this is a cue for those knocking at the doors of the NCAA, magpakitang gilas na kayo, at tiyak may tatanggaping bagong miembro pagkataos ng S84.

May katotohanan pala yung paglapit nila sa UCAA. Maagang naghanap ng malilipatan. Kung saan may sila tuluyang lumipat, magpakabait na kayo, ha!

GHRanger
05-29-2008, 04:59 PM
^ Good point. I guess we'll see how it plays out around September-October.

Get_Blazed
05-29-2008, 09:02 PM
^ Good point. I guess we'll see how it plays out around September-October.


I'd really love to see that. Rataining PCU and admiting maybe EAC and Lyceum. SFAC and Arellano wouldnt be bad too. Sino pa kaya ang probably pwede?

D_I_A
05-30-2008, 11:57 PM
The NCAA Board had always left the door open for a graceful exit by PCU. Ayaw nila i-expel, instead, they sent signals to PCU to just make the move and leave. That it had to be done this way, where PCU will play one last season, to me demostrates the kind of descent men the NCAA Board is made of. Hindi nila basta ibabagsak ng pabalibag ang pinto sa isang miembro. Kung lugmok na, huwag nang tadyakan. Instead, akay-akay pa nilang ihahatid sa pinto.

In the end, PCU has a chance to redeem its name in the eyes of the general public thorugh its performace and demeanor this coming season. Then, the NCAA gets a full complement of 8 teams which makes for a better scheduling of games.

More importantly, this is a cue for those knocking at the doors of the NCAA, magpakitang gilas na kayo, at tiyak may tatanggaping bagong miembro pagkataos ng S84.

May katotohanan pala yung paglapit nila sa UCAA. Maagang naghanap ng malilipatan. Kung saan may sila tuluyang lumipat, magpakabait na kayo, ha!


Time to move on ... good luck sa PCU in UCAA..sana sa NAASCU na lang sila lumipat at least SBP recognized pa.

Get_Blazed
06-02-2008, 03:12 PM
The NCAA Board had always left the door open for a graceful exit by PCU. Ayaw nila i-expel, instead, they sent signals to PCU to just make the move and leave. That it had to be done this way, where PCU will play one last season, to me demostrates the kind of descent men the NCAA Board is made of. Hindi nila basta ibabagsak ng pabalibag ang pinto sa isang miembro. Kung lugmok na, huwag nang tadyakan. Instead, akay-akay pa nilang ihahatid sa pinto.

In the end, PCU has a chance to redeem its name in the eyes of the general public thorugh its performace and demeanor this coming season. Then, the NCAA gets a full complement of 8 teams which makes for a better scheduling of games.

More importantly, this is a cue for those knocking at the doors of the NCAA, magpakitang gilas na kayo, at tiyak may tatanggaping bagong miembro pagkataos ng S84.

May katotohanan pala yung paglapit nila sa UCAA. Maagang naghanap ng malilipatan. Kung saan may sila tuluyang lumipat, magpakabait na kayo, ha!


Time to move on ... good luck sa PCU in UCAA..sana sa NAASCU na lang sila lumipat at least SBP recognized pa.


Sana wag na muna sila sumali sa SBP recognized leagues, kung sakaling sa UCAA man, madaling iwan(kung sakaling magbukas muli ang pinto ng NCAA sa kanila). No joke. Kung sa NCRAA or NAASCU yan, mahirap na umalis eh. Ang UCAA naman labas pasok mga teams so no problem. IMO. ;)

full battle gear
06-04-2008, 08:50 AM
PCU: Hello and goodbye to NCAA

By Marc Anthony Reyes
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 04:30:00 06/04/2008


MANILA, Philippines—After serving a one-year suspension, Philippine Christian University will rejoin the coming NCAA season by participating in five or six events before taking an indefinite leave next year to “clear its ranks.”

PCU athletic director Art Alombro Tuesday said the school hopes to also field a senior basketball team if it can get clearance for certain members of the Dolphins crew who saw action in recent pre-season tournaments.

“We are trying our best to follow whatever guidelines the NCAA gave us to follow,” said Alombro. “But the response is very good, especially among the students.”

Alombro said PCU will definitely field teams in basketball, volleyball, tennis, table tennis and chess. But the school will again skip football, taekwondo and swimming.

“We are very happy to be back and we will work on the things the NCAA told us to work on,” he said.

PCU needs to apply, like all other prospective members, to regain its old place in the league after making sure all its athletes have complied with NCAA regulations during its leave of absence.

The Dolphins were suspended last year after the NCAA discovered that the school fielded ineligible players in its junior basketball team during the 2006 season.

Alombro said that PCU is appealing for the league’s understanding in the case of some senior cagers who might be declared ineligible by playing in the Unigames and the Mayors’ League.

“We hope the NCAA will reconsider because there are just invitational games and that after we got suspended we didn’t have any tournaments to play in, except for those two,” he said.

The Dolphins were runners-up to the powerhouse San Beda College Red Lions in 2006.

full battle gear
06-04-2008, 08:56 AM
Will this be PCU’s last hurrah?

By WAYLON GALVEZ
www.mb.com.ph


Philippine Christian University does not plan to take advantage of its temporary return to the NCAA this season as it announced that it intends to play in just five of 10 sports events.

PCU was given a conditional comeback to the country’s oldest college league after serving a one-year suspension for altering the school records of some of its basketbal players.

After this season, the team reportedly agreed to take what it termed as an "indefinite leave," leaving many to speculate that it was a way to give the school a graceful exit from the league which it had tarnished with academic violations.

PCU’s decision to compete in just five events was announced by newly-appointed PCU Dolphins athletic director Arturo Alombro yesterday as preparations for the 84th season’s eligibility meeting on June 10 was started by the eight participating schools.

The 2008-09 NCAA season, to be hosted by Mapua, will start June 28.

"We’ll comply with all the requirements of the NCAA, but we’ll just participate in five events," Alombro said.

PCU was suspended last season because of eligibility issues after the NCAA found out that three high school players falsified documents like birth certificates and schools records.

As the league tried to reconcile the school records of the members of the PCU basketball team, it discovered that two more players were involved in the falsification of documents.

The discovery triggered calls for PCU’s outright expulsion. But in a baffling decision, the school was allowed to play this season and yet will take a leave in 2009.

Should PCU decide to return in 2010, it must reapply as if it would be doing so as a first time applicant, league officials said.

Meantime, many schools reportedly are aching to fill the vacuum to be left by PCU such as Don Bosco, Emilio Aguinaldo College and former NCAA member Trinity College.

This has triggered speculations. If PCU is returning, why are so many schools applying?

Besides basketball, PCU planned to play in volleyball and chess in the first round, and lawn tennis and table tennis in the second round.

The Dolphins will skip swimming, taekwondo, football, beach volleyball and athletics (track and field).

"We’re trying to put together a fighting team, one that can compete against the tough teams of the NCAA," Alombro said. "We know it’s going to be tough, pero gaya ng dati, laban lang kami."

For PCU, the tougher fight ahead will probably not in the sporting arena but in trying to get back into the good graces of the NCAA.

MonL
06-04-2008, 10:14 AM
Indefinite leave of absence?* I think this is as good as wala na sila sa liga.


Semantics. Or sugarcoating the obvious. :P

anniegurl
06-11-2008, 09:37 PM
any news about if Jake Pascual can play this year?

Regular Grey
06-22-2008, 07:51 AM
Latest from inboundpass.com
“By banning Pascual, the ManCom committed a blatant injustice”

Posted: 21 Jun 2008 07:46 AM CDT

Editor’s note: Inboundpass.com received this letter from a lawyer who is, at present, a master of laws student of International Human Rights Law and Criminal Justice in the Netherlands. The sender has asked inboundpass.com not to divulge his/her identity. As such, inboundpass.com has decided to publish the letter in full, while providing two public documents that the sender furnished to us – the report of Mr. Henry Atayde, NCAA ManCom board member, and affidavit of Mr. Elvin Jake Pascual - both of which can be accessed here: atayde-pcu-report.rtf pascual-affidavit.rtf

Dear Mr. Abasolo:

Pardon my intrusion to your Multiply account. I have been searching for your official e-mail address on the Net to reach you. After an ardent search, your Multiply account was the closest I could get to.

I write to you to expose an injustice committed to one of the young players in the roster of the San Beda College Red Lions, Elvin Jake Pascual. Pascual was the 2006 NCAA Juniors Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player awardee, playing for the Philippine Christian University Baby Dolphins. As you may know, PCU was suspended by the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) last year for various irregularities involving falsification of documents and identity switching among its athletes. Four players of the PCU Baby Dolphins were directly involved in these anomalies and have been banned from competition in the NCAA. Pascual moved to San Beda College. Subsequently, the NCAA recommended to San Beda not to include Pascual in its team last year because of certain concerns that were raised that may jeopardize the team. San Beda heeded this and as a sign of good faith, Pascual was not included in the Red Lions’ campaign in Season 83.

On June 5, 2008, the NCAA Management Committee (ManCom) issued a ruling to exclude Pascual from the official Season 84 line-up of San Beda’s seniors basketball team for violating the NCAA rule prohibiting graduating high school students who are repeaters from participating in any competition in the NCAA. Also, his purported submission of falsified documents to the NCAA became a reason for the ManCom’s ruling. As of this writing, San Beda has brought this case on appeal before the NCAA Policy Board.

In 2004, Pascual was sixteen years old and a fourth year high school student of St. Rose Catholic School in Paniqui, Tarlac. His brother brought him to Manila and encouraged him to apply for a basketball scholarship with PCU. On his own volition, he personally came to PCU with the intent to join its seniors basketball team, as he was, at that time, a graduating high school student. He was advised by a certain Pedro “Bong” Sales, head coach of the PCU Baby Dolphins, to repeat his third year of high school to gain experience and be familiar with Manila basketball. According to his sworn statement, Pascual was then instructed to officially drop out from his fourth year high school studies in St. Rose Catholic School in Tarlac, and to bring with him his second year high school report card to officially enrol as a third year high school student at PCU. Mr. Sales facilitated Pascual’s enrolment in PCU High School, enabling him to serve a one-year residency and play for a year with the Baby Dolphins. He succeeded in winning both the Rookie of the Year plum and Most Valuable Player honors in the Juniors Division that year.

From the antecedent facts, it may be inferred that there was no falsification involved in the case of Pascual as he submitted to Mr. Sales his authentic and genuine second year high school report card. Nor in any stage of this process did Pascual have any intent to repeat his third year of high school. There was no intent on his part to violate NCAA rules and regulations. As a minor who knew nothing about his chances to study in Manila, he was merely acting upon the advice of his future basketball coach. In fact, Mr. Sales, who was an athletics official in PCU, was in a position to know the regulations fairly well. The intent to falsify or undertake fraudulent acts must be imputed on Sales. For abusing the innocence and noble intent of Pascual, it is Sales who must be penalized and not the victim, who is Pascual.

The NCAA ManCom took as legal basis Rule 1.2.4 of the NCAA By-Laws to exclude Pascual from the Red Lions line up. It is the contention of San Beda that this rule, which provides that a GRADUATING HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT who is a REPEATER be deemed ineligible to compete in any NCAA tournament (emphasis mine), shall apply only to a current high school student and not to Pascual, who is now a bona fide graduate of PCU High School, and a bona fide student currently enrolled in twelve academic units in San Beda College. This is in faithful compliance with Rules 1.2 and 1.3 of the NCAA, which also concurrently apply to athletes in the Juniors and Seniors Divisions. Pascual’s status as a graduate of PCU High School and his eligibility to play in the Seniors Division was validated by Mr. Henry Atayde in an investigation he headed, one commissioned by the NCAA as well.

Finally, the NCAA ManCom used against Pascual the very facts that he declared to be the best of his knowledge in an affidavit he, together with San Beda College, voluntarily executed and submitted to the NCAA. This was initiated by San Beda to clarify any involvement he may have had with the PCU anomaly. With this affidavit, Pascual actually helped the NCAA gather more information leading to the responsible officials who directly took part in the fraudulent acts. Even in courts of law, an offender, who has collaborated with authorities through his testimony, is lawfully discharged from his case as a state witness. By banning Pascual on the basis of his own statements and readmitting his former Alma Mater PCU to play this season, the ManCom committed a blatant injustice by violating his right against self-incrimination.

I humbly seek your able assistance, hoping that this narration of facts merits the attention of our media, whether through print, broadcast or cyberspace, in fighting the injustice committed on the defenseless. Elvin Jake Pascual left his home in Paniqui, Tarlac, as a sixteen-year-old to secure an education with only his basketball prowess to offer. He took his chances, all knowing that his parents – his father, a tricycle driver and his mother, a simple housewife – were not financially equipped to give him this opportunity. With your help, it is hoped that the dream of this upcoming basketball star lives on.

Thank you for your valuable attention.

Howard the Duck
06-23-2008, 02:33 AM
^ Bakit bang kailangang i-flood yang article na yan? WTF? ???

Get_Blazed
06-23-2008, 01:02 PM
^ Bakit bang kailangang i-flood yang article na yan? WTF? ???


Exactly. Bakit sa lahat ng threads ginawan ng kopya nyang article na yan? Its not as if we f'in care. Dont make your problems to be ours.

Pati sa CSB Blazers thread may ganyan. >:(

christian
06-23-2008, 04:23 PM
We just wanted to let everyone know what the MANCOM is doing to Mr. Elvin Jake Pascual, especially those members of the NCAA. And if the NCAA MANCOM acted on that, I believe Mr. Get_Blazed it is also your problem and you school.

Good luck to your Blazers.

Get_Blazed
06-23-2008, 04:47 PM
We just wanted to let everyone know what the MANCOM is doing to Mr. Elvin Jake Pascual, especially those members of the NCAA. And if the NCAA MANCOM acted on that, I believe Mr. Get_Blazed it is also your problem and you school.

Good luck to your Blazers.


We are well aware of the scenario, we just dont want it to be everywhere. Spamming is annoying, kung meron na nito sa appropriate thread, bakit kelangan pang ipost sa ibang totally unrelated threads? My two cents. No offense intended.

nastrans
06-23-2008, 09:25 PM
May thread naman para pagusapan si Jake Pascual, which has been resolved anyway, but I think people would prefer to read something about the team rather than the non-team issue.

Get_Blazed
06-23-2008, 09:50 PM
May thread naman para pagusapan si Jake Pascual, which has been resolved anyway, but I think people would prefer to read something about the team rather than the non-team issue.


Thank you. Sana wag nyo to itake against me but I just want this forum to be organized, unlike PEX. Hate me for that, but I just want orderliness for the benefit of everyone here.

christian
06-23-2008, 10:59 PM
No offense taken. Now that it has been resolved, let's play!

Howard the Duck
06-24-2008, 12:58 PM
parang mclaren lang yan. para mag-appear na inaapi sila ;D

Get_Blazed
06-24-2008, 01:17 PM
parang mclaren lang yan. para mag-appear na inaapi sila ;D


;D ;D ;D

lekiboy
06-24-2008, 03:46 PM
ganun talaga pag champion, inaapi at pinapansin.... FPJ ang dating

pag di champion, di inaapi- kanya kanyang role lang yan. FPJ ka, Dencio padilla or si Paquito ka.

Get_Blazed
06-24-2008, 03:51 PM
ganun talaga pag champion, inaapi at pinapansin.... FPJ ang dating

pag di champion, di inaapi- kanya kanyang role lang yan. FPJ ka, Dencio padilla or si Paquito ka.


talaga? hehe ok. ::) ;)

christian
06-24-2008, 05:01 PM
Ok na? ::)

Howard the Duck
06-24-2008, 05:26 PM
mclaren nga hindi champion pero laging inaapi daw sila :P

toti_mendiola
06-24-2008, 06:35 PM
mclaren nga hindi champion pero laging inaapi daw sila :P

Oh eh ano problema mo? Si mclaren?

Howard the Duck
06-24-2008, 06:38 PM
mclaren nga hindi champion pero laging inaapi daw sila :P

Oh eh ano problema mo? Si mclaren?


Bakit ka galit. Inapi ka ba? ???

LION
06-24-2008, 06:40 PM
;D ;D ;D

toti_mendiola
06-24-2008, 06:44 PM
mclaren nga hindi champion pero laging inaapi daw sila :P

Oh eh ano problema mo? Si mclaren?


Bakit ka galit. Inapi ka ba? ???


Galit ba ako? worried lang ako sa mclaren? syota mo ba yun?
ako ma aapi, comedyante ka pala.

Howard the Duck
06-24-2008, 06:48 PM
mclaren nga hindi champion pero laging inaapi daw sila :P

Oh eh ano problema mo? Si mclaren?


Bakit ka galit. Inapi ka ba? ???


Galit ba ako? worried lang ako sa mclaren? syota mo ba yun?
ako ma aapi, comedyante ka pala.


alam mo ba kung ano yang mclaren na yan? ;D

Anyway, SBC didn't cheat and the comparison to McLaren was a wrong one. For that, I apologize.

toti_mendiola
06-24-2008, 06:53 PM
Siyota mo?

Apologies na agad, paumpisa pa lang ako eh. Samantalang mag iisang linggo ka ng tira ng tira sa mga bedista at sa issue sa San Beda eh. Ituloy pa natin.

LION
06-24-2008, 06:55 PM
Yeah ba. Go Mighty Duck.

gameface_one
06-25-2008, 10:50 AM
Ok, boys....back to the topic please. Enough of the rants.

Joescoundrel
12-24-2008, 09:47 AM
With PCU leaving the NCAA where will they compete now, the NAASCU or UCLAA or NCRAA?