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Get_Blazed
08-26-2008, 03:42 PM
I am interested about the background of the league.
Can anyone give me info on the past and present member schools(and their monickers) of the league?

Complete list of the past members please. Thanks.

D_I_A
08-26-2008, 04:30 PM
I am interested about the background of the league.
Can anyone give me info on the past and present member schools(and their monickers) of the league?

Complete list of the past members please. Thanks.


impression ko lang malikot ang membership nito, parang dun sa sister league nito na UCAA..it's also aligned with the BAP led by Pichay, Villafuerte and Lim together with CUSA and WNCAA.

Get_Blazed
08-26-2008, 04:38 PM
I am interested about the background of the league.
Can anyone give me info on the past and present member schools(and their monickers) of the league?

Complete list of the past members please. Thanks.


impression ko lang malikot ang membership nito, parang dun sa sister league nito na UCAA..it's also aligned with the BAP led by Pichay, Villafuerte and Lim together with CUSA and WNCAA.


Not really. Alam ko hindi ganun ka-redical ang paglabas pasok ng members dito, unlike UCAA.

And the NCRAA is no longer aligned with BAP. Official member narin sila sa SBP together with the NCAA, UAAP, and NAASCU.

UCAA and CUSA were not accepted by the SBP.

So, collective effort to, sinong makapagbibigay ng past member schools ng NCRAA? Kahit unti unti, bubuohin natin. :)

nastrans
08-27-2008, 07:04 PM
Here's what I could remember from an old newspaper clipping that I read at school:

Adamson
PCU
St Benilde
La Salle
FEATI
Lyceum
PUP
Colegio de San Lorenzo

D_I_A
08-28-2008, 12:45 AM
I am interested about the background of the league.
Can anyone give me info on the past and present member schools(and their monickers) of the league?

Complete list of the past members please. Thanks.


impression ko lang malikot ang membership nito, parang dun sa sister league nito na UCAA..it's also aligned with the BAP led by Pichay, Villafuerte and Lim together with CUSA and WNCAA.


Not really. Alam ko hindi ganun ka-redical ang paglabas pasok ng members dito, unlike UCAA.

And the NCRAA is no longer aligned with BAP. Official member narin sila sa SBP together with the NCAA, UAAP, and NAASCU.

UCAA and CUSA were not accepted by the SBP.

So, collective effort to, sinong makapagbibigay ng past member schools ng NCRAA? Kahit unti unti, bubuohin natin. :)



tisha abundo is the workhorse of NCRAA, a close ally of BAP. PSBA Jaguars ang pinakabase nito. Ito rin ang main vehicle ng FESSAP (Fed. of School Sports Ass. of the Philippines) together with CUSA and WNCAA.

Get_Blazed
08-28-2008, 06:30 PM
tisha abundo is the workhorse of NCRAA, a close ally of BAP. PSBA Jaguars ang pinakabase nito. Ito rin ang main vehicle ng FESSAP (Fed. of School Sports a$$. of the Philippines) together with CUSA and WNCAA.


Pero nag-defect na nga daw ang NCRAA sa SBP eh.

nastrans
08-29-2008, 04:01 PM
NCRAA is one of 15 or so voting members but Tisha Abundo is a BAP gal so more of a BAP-aligned organization ang NCRAA.

D_I_A
08-31-2008, 02:30 AM
NCRAA is one of 15 or so voting members but Tisha Abundo is a BAP gal so more of a BAP-aligned organization ang NCRAA.


kung nasaan si Abundo nandun din si Filipina ng WNCAA..so NCRAA and WNCAA are with BAP (Graham Lim and Pichay)

kaya talagang nakakapanghinayang kung mauuwi lang sa kawalan ang mga teams nitong mga liga na ito.

The General
08-31-2008, 03:24 PM
Ateneo
Adamson
EAC Manila
Dlsu Dasma
PCU
Las Pinas College
Olivarez College
PMI
PUP
Faith Academy (Jrs. Only)
St. Benedict Alabang
NCBA
International School Manila (Jrs. Only)
St Benilde
La Salle
FEATI
Lyceum
RTU
PUP
Colegio de San Lorenzo
PSBA
SFAC
St. Dominic Savio
AMA Makati
AMACU
NEU
PATTS

incomplete list...
will update you as i make extra research....

Get_Blazed
08-31-2008, 08:58 PM
Ateneo
Adamson
EAC Manila
Dlsu Dasma
PCU
Las Pinas College
Olivarez College
PMI
PUP
Faith Academy (Jrs. Only)
St. Benedict Alabang
NCBA
International School Manila (Jrs. Only)
St Benilde
La Salle
FEATI
Lyceum
RTU
PUP
Colegio de San Lorenzo
PSBA
SFAC
St. Dominic Savio
AMA Makati
AMACU
NEU
PATTS

incomplete list...
will update you as i make extra research....



Ano to puro former members lang? Dami ah. Thanks, and update mo nalang. ;)

D_I_A
08-31-2008, 11:23 PM
Ateneo
Adamson
EAC Manila
Dlsu Dasma
PCU
Las Pinas College
Olivarez College
PMI
PUP
Faith Academy (Jrs. Only)
St. Benedict Alabang
NCBA
International School Manila (Jrs. Only)
St Benilde
La Salle
FEATI
Lyceum
RTU
PUP
Colegio de San Lorenzo
PSBA
SFAC
St. Dominic Savio
AMA Makati
AMACU
NEU
PATTS

incomplete list...
will update you as i make extra research....



Ano to puro former members lang? Dami ah. Thanks, and update mo nalang. ;)



yung iba dito while playing in NCRAA are also playing for their own mother leagues. Parang PUP also playing in SCUAA. ADMU and Adamson playing in UAAP.

parang lumabas na parang tournament lang siya at di talaga school league na may sariling member-schools.

it's inception is actually to compete with established leagues like UAAP and NCAA, wala pang NAASCU, CUSA and UCAA at that time.

Partner nito ang WNCAA which later organized their own Men's league - MNCAA which unfolded after a couple of seasons.

I suggest to look in Wiki, may connection din kasi ang NCRAA sa leagues like CUSA, SCUAA-NCR, WNCAA and NAASCU. Kaya if you'll observe several schools in the list given by the general are now active members of these leagues.

Get_Blazed
09-02-2008, 09:25 PM
yung iba dito while playing in NCRAA are also playing for their own mother leagues. Parang PUP also playing in SCUAA. ADMU and Adamson playing in UAAP.


This is actually untrue, because schools like ADMU and La Salle only sent their B teams during the time. I know that. While Benilde was waiting for their pending membership in the NCAA, this is actually where they honed the team.

D_I_A
09-03-2008, 08:29 PM
yung iba dito while playing in NCRAA are also playing for their own mother leagues. Parang PUP also playing in SCUAA. ADMU and Adamson playing in UAAP.


This is actually untrue, because schools like ADMU and La Salle only sent their B teams during the time. I know that. While Benilde was waiting for their pending membership in the NCAA, this is actually where they honed the team.


even if it's a B team. Kaya may overlap sa NCRAA, at ginagamit na leverage para makakuha ng new members and to say na they are supported by major schools pag may alitan ang SBP at BAP.

Get_Blazed
09-03-2008, 09:13 PM
even if it's a B team. Kaya may overlap sa NCRAA, at ginagamit na leverage para makakuha ng new members and to say na they are supported by major schools pag may alitan ang SBP at BAP.


The main reason for their pull-out.

NCRAA has their share of powerhouse teams in SFAC, EAC, Arellano, and also PSBA.

OT: Yung 1998 NCRAA Champions, DLSU ba talaga yun? Or CSB? ???

D_I_A
09-04-2008, 01:10 AM
even if it's a B team. Kaya may overlap sa NCRAA, at ginagamit na leverage para makakuha ng new members and to say na they are supported by major schools pag may alitan ang SBP at BAP.


The main reason for their pull-out.

NCRAA has their share of powerhouse teams in SFAC, EAC, Arellano, and also PSBA.

OT: Yung 1998 NCRAA Champions, DLSU ba talaga yun? Or CSB? ???


pero mukhang kakalas na ang EAC, Arellano and SFAC sa liga ni abundo pag natuloy na i-accept ng NCAA board ang EAC at Arellano, for SFAC, di kaya tumalon ito ng NAASCU?

It is DLSU-Manila that bagged the 1998 NCRAA Crown if i'm not mistaken. Di po ito team B although yung second stringers ng DLSU team ang naging workhorse ng husto ni Coach F.Pumaren. Tingin ka sa archives ng Greenarchers dude.

nastrans
09-04-2008, 10:36 AM
Ang rinig ko parang nakapaglaro pa daw dun sa NCRAA title team na yun si Renren Ritualo.

La Salle eventually pulled out of the NCRAA in 2005. At the time halos no-name Team B players naglalro sa La Sale as for volleyball, mga reserve players na ng V-League ang nilalaro sa volleyball team.

joelex
09-04-2008, 03:33 PM
i know guys like ritualo, cardona, yeo all played in the ncraa. also alvarez, bugia, etc of admu. so i guess team a mga pinadala sa ncraa dati.

Get_Blazed
09-04-2008, 03:48 PM
pero mukhang kakalas na ang EAC, Arellano and SFAC sa liga ni abundo pag natuloy na i-accept ng NCAA board ang EAC at Arellano, for SFAC, di kaya tumalon ito ng NAASCU?

It is DLSU-Manila that bagged the 1998 NCRAA Crown if i'm not mistaken. Di po ito team B although yung second stringers ng DLSU team ang naging workhorse ng husto ni Coach F.Pumaren. Tingin ka sa archives ng Greenarchers dude.


Interesting.

SFAC ang pinaka-powerhouse team ng NCRAA, I doubt if they would leave the league if not to be admitted to the NCAA. And wala pa namang confirmation na EAC and AU are to be admitted to NC, eh. (Though we would really be glad to admit all three of these schools into our league.)

As for the 1998 Champion team of the NCRAA, tama, DLSU-M nga iyon. Hindi lang natin ma-confirm(at least not yet), kung team B nga ba or otherwise.

Get_Blazed
09-04-2008, 03:51 PM
Ang rinig ko parang nakapaglaro pa daw dun sa NCRAA title team na yun si Renren Ritualo.

La Salle eventually pulled out of the NCRAA in 2005. At the time halos no-name Team B players naglalro sa La Sale as for volleyball, mga reserve players na ng V-League ang nilalaro sa volleyball team.


Nagabot ba kayo ng DLSU sa liga? Or pumasok ang Dasma after they pulled-out?

Get_Blazed
09-04-2008, 03:53 PM
i know guys like ritualo, cardona, yeo all played in the ncraa. also alvarez, bugia, etc of admu. so i guess team a mga pinadala sa ncraa dati.


Thanks.

Oo nga pala, PSBA din malakas.

Teka, kelan ba nagsstart/nage-end ang season ng NCRAA?

D_I_A
09-04-2008, 04:23 PM
i know guys like ritualo, cardona, yeo all played in the ncraa. also alvarez, bugia, etc of admu. so i guess team a mga pinadala sa ncraa dati.


Thanks.

Oo nga pala, PSBA din malakas.

Teka, kelan ba nagsstart/nage-end ang season ng NCRAA?


in late 90's inaantay nito na matapos ang NCAA at UAAP para makasali ang mga teams mula dito, parang tourney lang ang set up, pero later on, naging school league na rin.

dapat nga para mas maging efficient and effective ang management na naghahandle ng NCRAA, ipag-merge na lang ito sa UCAA. Kasi ang ginawa dati, yung champ ng UCAA, tapos champion team ng SCUAA-NCR which is PUP during those times ang naka-seed na sumali sa NCRAA. Tapos hahaluan ng teams from NCRAA plus those from UAAP and NCAA.

NCRAA seems to be an attempt to merge all NCR-based leagues which really never occured kasi nga, walang personality si Abundo and the NCRAA. After that pagpasok ng 2000 onwards labas pasok na lang ang mga member teams nito. Hanggang sa sumali yung iba permanently sa NAASCU and CUSA. Medyo sketchy talaga ang history nitong league na ito kasi malikot ang membership with the exception of SFAC, PSBA, Arellano and EAC.

Sige tuloy mo lang Get_Blazed ma-uncover din ang history ng liga na ito.
;)

Get_Blazed
09-04-2008, 04:44 PM
in late 90's inaantay nito na matapos ang NCAA at UAAP para makasali ang mga teams mula dito, parang tourney lang ang set up, pero later on, naging school league na rin.

dapat nga para mas maging efficient and effective ang management na naghahandle ng NCRAA, ipag-merge na lang ito sa UCAA. Kasi ang ginawa dati, yung champ ng UCAA, tapos champion team ng SCUAA-NCR which is PUP during those times ang naka-seed na sumali sa NCRAA. Tapos hahaluan ng teams from NCRAA plus those from UAAP and NCAA.

NCRAA seems to be an attempt to merge all NCR-based leagues which really never occured kasi nga, walang personality si Abundo and the NCRAA. After that pagpasok ng 2000 onwards labas pasok na lang ang mga member teams nito. Hanggang sa sumali yung iba permanently sa NAASCU and CUSA. Medyo sketchy talaga ang history nitong league na ito kasi malikot ang membership with the exception of SFAC, PSBA, Arellano and EAC.

Sige tuloy mo lang Get_Blazed ma-uncover din ang history ng liga na ito.
;)


The four "permanent" members you mentioned above are those who showed interest to join the NCAA in the future. If that happens, then what is to be of this league? Nako, mukhang mas gugulo pa to lalo. I also do not get how UCAA and CUSA works. Napakagulo ata lalo nung dalawa, kasi halo-halo ang mga sumasali dun.

nastrans
09-04-2008, 09:34 PM
Ang rinig ko parang nakapaglaro pa daw dun sa NCRAA title team na yun si Renren Ritualo.

La Salle eventually pulled out of the NCRAA in 2005. At the time halos no-name Team B players naglalro sa La Sale as for volleyball, mga reserve players na ng V-League ang nilalaro sa volleyball team.


Nagabot ba kayo ng DLSU sa liga? Or pumasok ang Dasma after they pulled-out?


Sabay sila actually, 1993 pa lang member na ang De La Salle Aguinaldo (dating name ng Dasma), hanggang ngayon member pa din kami although may rumors na LOA sa upcoming year.

AnthonyServinio
09-05-2008, 12:20 AM
* * *NCRAA is more of a by-product of the dissolution of a one-time "super college league" known as the Cultural Athletic Association of Colleges and Universities of the Philippines (CAACUP) that began in 1989(?).

* * *CAACUP then positioned itself as the biggest college league in terms of total member schools and total student population.* The very first CAACUP opening rites had so many teams that it had to be held at the Rizal Memorial Stadium's football field.

* * *Before that, the only Metro Manila-based school leagues of note outside of the NCAA and UAAP were the Philippine Integrated Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (PICUAA) and Manila Universities and Colleges Athletic Association (MUCAA).* PICUAA and MUCAA merged to form CAACUP.

* * *De La Salle University was the most prominent CAACUP member, since they were a PICUAA member, their home after bolting the NCAA in 1981.* They retained their PICUAA membership even if they eventually joined the UAAP in 1986.* Other schools that joined were University of Manila, Metro Manila Colleges, Philippine Maritime Institute, Manuel L. Quezon University, PATTS, Alejandro Colleges, Central Colleges of the Philippines, De Ocampo Memorial College, Perpetual Help College-Manila, to name a few.

* * *After a couple of years, CAACUP began to have problems that eventually led to its members go their separate ways, some going to the extent of closing their basketball program.* Some went on to form the NCRAA while the some of the other schools helped form the CUSA.

D_I_A
09-05-2008, 12:41 AM
* * *NCRAA is more of a by-product of the dissolution of a one-time "super college league" known as the Cultural Athletic Association of Colleges and Universities of the Philippines (CAACUP) that began in 1989(?).

* * *CAACUP then positioned itself as the biggest college league in terms of total member schools and total student population.* The very first CAACUP opening rites had so many teams that it had to be held at the Rizal Memorial Stadium's football field.

* * *Before that, the only Metro Manila-based school leagues of note outside of the NCAA and UAAP were the Philippine Integrated Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (PICUAA) and Manila Universities and Colleges Athletic Association (MUCAA).* PICUAA and MUCAA merged to form CAACUP.

* * *De La Salle University was the most prominent CAACUP member, since they were a PICUAA member, their home after bolting the NCAA in 1981.* They retained their PICUAA membership even if they eventually joined the UAAP in 1986.* Other schools that joined were University of Manila, Metro Manila Colleges, Philippine Maritime Institute, Manuel L. Quezon University, PATTS, Alejandro Colleges, Central Colleges of the Philippines, De Ocampo Memorial College, Perpetual Help College-Manila, to name a few.

* * *After a couple of years, CAACUP began to have problems that eventually led to its members go their separate ways, some going to the extent of closing their basketball program.* Some went on to form the NCRAA while the some of the other schools helped form the CUSA.


ayan medyo nakikita na ang roots ng NCRAA at CUSA..talagang related nga ang tatlong liga..NCRAA, CUSA and UCAA. Commonality? lahat ito ay BAP influenced. ;)

pero di ba may partnership ang NCRAA with WNCAA in which the latter also formed the MNCAA (Men's National Collegiate Athletic Association? I think CEU and Trinitiy College are members of this league, di ko lang matandaan kung mga late 90s ito or early 2000s.

Get_Blazed
09-05-2008, 05:36 PM
NCRAA is more of a by-product of the dissolution of a one-time "super college league" known as the Cultural Athletic Association of Colleges and Universities of the Philippines (CAACUP) that began in 1989(?).

CAACUP then positioned itself as the biggest college league in terms of total member schools and total student population. The very first CAACUP opening rites had so many teams that it had to be held at the Rizal Memorial Stadium's football field.

Before that, the only Metro Manila-based school leagues of note outside of the NCAA and UAAP were the Philippine Integrated Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (PICUAA) and Manila Universities and Colleges Athletic Association (MUCAA). PICUAA and MUCAA merged to form CAACUP.

De La Salle University was the most prominent CAACUP member, since they were a PICUAA member, their home after bolting the NCAA in 1981. They retained their PICUAA membership even if they eventually joined the UAAP in 1986. Other schools that joined were University of Manila, Metro Manila Colleges, Philippine Maritime Institute, Manuel L. Quezon University, PATTS, Alejandro Colleges, Central Colleges of the Philippines, De Ocampo Memorial College, Perpetual Help College-Manila, to name a few.

After a couple of years, CAACUP began to have problems that eventually led to its members go their separate ways, some going to the extent of closing their basketball program. Some went on to form the NCRAA while the some of the other schools helped form the CUSA.


ayan medyo nakikita na ang roots ng NCRAA at CUSA..talagang related nga ang tatlong liga..NCRAA, CUSA and UCAA. Commonality? lahat ito ay BAP influenced. ;)

pero di ba may partnership ang NCRAA with WNCAA in which the latter also formed the MNCAA (Men's National Collegiate Athletic Association? I think CEU and Trinitiy College are members of this league, di ko lang matandaan kung mga late 90s ito or early 2000s.


I see. Then, CUSA, NCRAA, and UCAA should do another CAACUP. To revive and save their leagues.

WNCAA's MNCAA was formed early 2000's. Magulo membership nito.

D_I_A
09-06-2008, 12:37 AM
I see. Then, CUSA, NCRAA, and UCAA should do another CAACUP. To revive and save their leagues.

WNCAA's MNCAA was formed early 2000's. Magulo membership nito.


actually pwedeng mag-merge na lang ang CUSA and UCAA para lalong ma-strengthen ang NCRAA if they are thinking strategically for their respective league's survival.

ang style ni abundo, partisan system, tatag ng tatag ng athletic leagues na wala naman katatagan kaya in the end nagkakalasan din ang member-schools. magtatayo ng athletic associations na pantapat sa mga prominent leagues pero later on, mag-iinvite din ng mga teams from these leagues to give credibility to her own.

ngayon it's FESSAP (Federation of Schools Sports Association of the Philippines) ang concentration ni Abundo, mas malaki sa NCRAA, syempre vehicle nya ang NCRAA para makakuha ng attention nationwide. Kasama dito sa FESSAP ang CUSA, UCAA, SCUAA-NCR , SLCUAA etc. no wonder sinasakyan ito ng mga taga BAP like Pichay and Graham Lim.

Get_Blazed
09-06-2008, 11:43 AM
I see. Then, CUSA, NCRAA, and UCAA should do another CAACUP. To revive and save their leagues.

WNCAA's MNCAA was formed early 2000's. Magulo membership nito.


actually pwedeng mag-merge na lang ang CUSA and UCAA para lalong ma-strengthen ang NCRAA if they are thinking strategically for their respective league's survival.

ang style ni abundo, partisan system, tatag ng tatag ng athletic leagues na wala naman katatagan kaya in the end nagkakalasan din ang member-schools. magtatayo ng athletic associations na pantapat sa mga prominent leagues pero later on, mag-iinvite din ng mga teams from these leagues to give credibility to her own.

ngayon it's FESSAP (Federation of Schools Sports Association of the Philippines) ang concentration ni Abundo, mas malaki sa NCRAA, syempre vehicle nya ang NCRAA para makakuha ng attention nationwide. Kasama dito sa FESSAP ang CUSA, UCAA, SCUAA-NCR , SLCUAA etc. no wonder sinasakyan ito ng mga taga BAP like Pichay and Graham Lim.


Dapat i-dissolve na ang CUSA and UCAA, tapos yung mga members dun na hindi members ng NCRAA, ipasok nalang. This way mas maayos naman and lalago pa yung liga.

I dont know if you heard, member na ng SBP ang NCRAA, lately lang.

D_I_A
09-06-2008, 07:24 PM
I see. Then, CUSA, NCRAA, and UCAA should do another CAACUP. To revive and save their leagues.

WNCAA's MNCAA was formed early 2000's. Magulo membership nito.


actually pwedeng mag-merge na lang ang CUSA and UCAA para lalong ma-strengthen ang NCRAA if they are thinking strategically for their respective league's survival.

ang style ni abundo, partisan system, tatag ng tatag ng athletic leagues na wala naman katatagan kaya in the end nagkakalasan din ang member-schools. magtatayo ng athletic associations na pantapat sa mga prominent leagues pero later on, mag-iinvite din ng mga teams from these leagues to give credibility to her own.

ngayon it's FESSAP (Federation of Schools Sports Association of the Philippines) ang concentration ni Abundo, mas malaki sa NCRAA, syempre vehicle nya ang NCRAA para makakuha ng attention nationwide. Kasama dito sa FESSAP ang CUSA, UCAA, SCUAA-NCR , SLCUAA etc. no wonder sinasakyan ito ng mga taga BAP like Pichay and Graham Lim.


Dapat i-dissolve na ang CUSA and UCAA, tapos yung mga members dun na hindi members ng NCRAA, ipasok nalang. This way mas maayos naman and lalago pa yung liga.

I dont know if you heard, member na ng SBP ang NCRAA, lately lang.



member sila ng parehong bakod, SBP and BAP. Pero sa SBP (MVP and Eala) wala na silang say after na maging prominent officers sila ng BAP (Pichay and Lim)

tandem yan si Abundo at Filipina ng WNCAA, parehong din na sumasakay sa SBP at BAP. They are actually chameleons. Pero mas may tendency ito na sumampa sa BAP kaysa sa BAP, kasi nga ang habol nito ay prominence na di makuha kuha ng NCRAA because of existence of UAAP, NCAA and NAASCU. Napag-iwanan na ang NCRAA ng NAASCU. Dati mas my hype pa ito, but SBP is supporting well NCRAA. Kaya if i were CUSA and NCRAA, talagang humiwalay na sa BAP sayang at di nadedevelop ng husto ang competition dito kasi sakal ng BAP at limited ang exposure just like NCRAA ni Abundo.

If madi-dissolve ang CUSA at UCAA, mawawalan ng aligned members ang BAP di ba nagmamamlaki sila na meron silang 90 plus members compared with SBP's 30+ voting members.

Second, pera pera din yan, itong 2 ito ang milking cow ng BAP. Kaya nga buo ng buo ang mga ito ng mga School Athletic Leagues dahil din sa membership fees na pwedeng gamitin at i-rechannel ng liga papunta sa BAP or it could also mean a venue for BAP activities na buhay at thriving pa din sila kahit di na sila ang basketball NSA ng bansa.

Kaya sana lang din, i-accept ng NCAA yung competitive teams ng NCRAA or kung di man sa NAASCU muna sila pumasok para lalong gumanda itong liga na ito.

pag nangyari yun baka talagang pwedeng magkaroon ng merger ng lahat ng collegiate leagues sa bansa.

UAAP and NCAA - Division I
NAASCU plus Arellano, SFAC and EAC and CESAFI, NCAA South - Division II
yung iba Division III muna until matapos yung unang season ng merger para magkaron ulit ng classification kung sino ang aangat at bababa ng division. Pero longshot pa ito, promising naman pag nangyari.

Redundant na rin naman kasi ang NCRAA, it already lived its purpose. may CUSA, UCAA and SCUAA(State Colleges and Universities) na, tapos dito nanggaling yung ibang members ng NCRAA. Kaya talagang i-merge na lang din itong mga liga na ito. NAASCU has 12 members. Dati NCRAA lumalagpas ng 10 members pero dahil sa Exodus na naganap at nagaganap eh medyo wala na rin itong credibility.

Get_Blazed
09-06-2008, 09:21 PM
If madi-dissolve ang CUSA at UCAA, mawawalan ng aligned members ang BAP di ba nagmamamlaki sila na meron silang 90 plus members compared with SBP's 30+ voting members.

Second, pera pera din yan, itong 2 ito ang milking cow ng BAP. Kaya nga buo ng buo ang mga ito ng mga School Athletic Leagues dahil din sa membership fees na pwedeng gamitin at i-rechannel ng liga papunta sa BAP or it could also mean a venue for BAP activities na buhay at thriving pa din sila kahit di na sila ang basketball NSA ng bansa.

Kaya sana lang din, i-accept ng NCAA yung competitive teams ng NCRAA or kung di man sa NAASCU muna sila pumasok para lalong gumanda itong liga na ito.

pag nangyari yun baka talagang pwedeng magkaroon ng merger ng lahat ng collegiate leagues sa bansa.

UAAP and NCAA - Division I
NAASCU plus Arellano, SFAC and EAC and CESAFI, NCAA South - Division II
yung iba Division III muna until matapos yung unang season ng merger para magkaron ulit ng classification kung sino ang aangat at bababa ng division. Pero longshot pa ito, promising naman pag nangyari.

Redundant na rin naman kasi ang NCRAA, it already lived its purpose. may CUSA, UCAA and SCUAA(State Colleges and Universities) na, tapos dito nanggaling yung ibang members ng NCRAA. Kaya talagang i-merge na lang din itong mga liga na ito. NAASCU has 12 members. Dati NCRAA lumalagpas ng 10 members pero dahil sa Exodus na naganap at nagaganap eh medyo wala na rin itong credibility.



Medyo marami kang typo and mix-ups sa itaas na nakaka-confuse, pero gets ko naman point.

Kung tayo tayo lang ang nasa itaas, Philippine basketball wouldnt be this chaotic. Pero tulad na nga rin ng sabi mo sir, pera pera lang yan. Maganda ideas natin, pero hindi tayo rinig. Little voices, ika nga. Para talaga saakin, yan CUA, UCAA, at kung anu man yang SCUAA na yan ay i-dissolve na. Ipasok na yung members nyan na wala sa NCRAA tapos kung papasok sa NC yung "Big three/four" ng NCRAA, ayos na sana. Pero lets keep dreaming until then. :-X

Get_Blazed
09-07-2008, 01:48 PM
NCRAA, UCAA, and CUSA also affects the PCCL. In a negative way. That is why I push that they should just be merged or some be dissolved. This is my research posted in the PCCL Thread. Take time to read and you'd understand:
http://www.gameface.ph/forums/index.php?topic=3623.0

D_I_A
09-08-2008, 12:48 AM
NCRAA, UCAA, and CUSA also affects the PCCL. In a negative way. That is why I push that they should just be merged or some be dissolved. This is my research posted in the PCCL Thread. Take time to read and you'd understand:
http://www.gameface.ph/forums/index.php?topic=3623.0


kaya kailangan mandatory na isang school league lang dapat salihan ng mga schools. isang mother league tapos isang national or umberlla league which is the PCCL.

if you'll take notice most of the members from CUSA, UCAA and NCRAA nagdodoble ang membership. Kung baga sila sila lang. Guess what pagdating sa FESSAP (Federation of School Sports Associations of the Philippines), lalabas ulit itong mga ito together with PRISAA and SCUAA na national din ang membership. Napaka redundant talaga pag mga tao ng BAP ang nagbubuo. I guess you know the reason why. ;)

Get_Blazed
09-08-2008, 07:00 PM
NCRAA, UCAA, and CUSA also affects the PCCL. In a negative way. That is why I push that they should just be merged or some be dissolved. This is my research posted in the PCCL Thread. Take time to read and you'd understand:
http://www.gameface.ph/forums/index.php?topic=3623.0


kaya kailangan mandatory na isang school league lang dapat salihan ng mga schools. isang mother league tapos isang national or umberlla league which is the PCCL.

if you'll take notice most of the members come from CUSA, UCAA and NCRAA. Kung baga sila sila lang. Guess what pagdating sa FESSAP (Federation of School Sports Associations of the Philippines, lalabas ulit itong mga ito together with PRISAA and SCUAA na national din ang membership. Napaka redundant talaga pag mga tao ng BAP ang nagbubuo. I guess you know the reason why. ;)


Oh, I know. ;)

Pero dapat sa thread(with link above) natin pag-usapan ang kaguluhang ito ng BAP leagues. Medyo OT pag dito e.

Jockey_Tiyan
03-19-2011, 12:09 AM
from 10 schools down to 9, what the hell is that?

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