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amdgc82
10-01-2008, 09:42 PM
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
Baculi scouts for NU players
BY NIDA BUENAFE
www.visayandailystar.com
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Negros Occidental, teeming with basketball talents, is on top of National University coach Junel Baculiís list of provinces where he can scout for talents to add to NUís varsity ranks.

Baculi, a familiar face to Negrenses after his stint as coach for the Negros Slashers, was in town recently to look over players from different schools competing in the NOPSSCEA basketball.

Recently named as NUís sports-athletic director, Baculi said the school has recently partnered with the SM Group of Companies and is on the lookout for talents, not only in basketball but also for its football, swimming, athletics, taekwondo and badminton, among others.

ďScouting for talents from the provinces is part of our effort to build up and expand NUís varsity program,Ē Baculi said.

The multi-titled coach, who now handles Harbour Center in the Philippine Basketball League, said the partnership between SM and NU augers well for the universityís sports program.

ďThe partnership means quality education for those who will decide to join our varsity program especially those who come from the provinces,Ē Baculi said.

He added that Bacolod ďis a priority areaĒ in NUís varsity recruitment program since Negros has a rich history of athletic talents who have made good in their respective fields in both national and international sports competitions.

Baculi last handled the Philippine Christian University in the NCAA.*NAB

cameronCrazy
10-23-2008, 12:52 PM
si Baculi na ba head coach ng NU? hindi na si Dandan?

bossman
10-23-2008, 03:56 PM
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
Baculi scouts for NU players
BY NIDA BUENAFE
www.visayandailystar.com
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Negros Occidental, teeming with basketball talents, is on top of National University coach Junel Baculiís list of provinces where he can scout for talents to add to NUís varsity ranks.

Baculi, a familiar face to Negrenses after his stint as coach for the Negros Slashers, was in town recently to look over players from different schools competing in the NOPSSCEA basketball.

Recently named as NUís sports-athletic director, Baculi said the school has recently partnered with the SM Group of Companies and is on the lookout for talents, not only in basketball but also for its football, swimming, athletics, taekwondo and badminton, among others.

ďScouting for talents from the provinces is part of our effort to build up and expand NUís varsity program,Ē Baculi said.

The multi-titled coach, who now handles Harbour Center in the Philippine Basketball League, said the partnership between SM and NU augers well for the universityís sports program.

ďThe partnership means quality education for those who will decide to join our varsity program especially those who come from the provinces,Ē Baculi said.

He added that Bacolod ďis a priority areaĒ in NUís varsity recruitment program since Negros has a rich history of athletic talents who have made good in their respective fields in both national and international sports competitions.

Baculi last handled the Philippine Christian University in the NCAA.*NAB


Sya na coach ng Harbour Centre? Sayang gustong gusto ko pa naman yun team na yun kaso kung sya mag coach ayaw ko na. Gusto ko pa din si Coach Jorge

gamecritic
10-29-2008, 10:49 PM
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
Baculi scouts for NU players
BY NIDA BUENAFE
www.visayandailystar.com
*
Negros Occidental, teeming with basketball talents, is on top of National University coach Junel Baculiís list of provinces where he can scout for talents to add to NUís varsity ranks.

Baculi, a familiar face to Negrenses after his stint as coach for the Negros Slashers, was in town recently to look over players from different schools competing in the NOPSSCEA basketball.

Recently named as NUís sports-athletic director, Baculi said the school has recently partnered with the SM Group of Companies and is on the lookout for talents, not only in basketball but also for its football, swimming, athletics, taekwondo and badminton, among others.

ďScouting for talents from the provinces is part of our effort to build up and expand NUís varsity program,Ē Baculi said.

The multi-titled coach, who now handles Harbour Center in the Philippine Basketball League, said the partnership between SM and NU augers well for the universityís sports program.

ďThe partnership means quality education for those who will decide to join our varsity program especially those who come from the provinces,Ē Baculi said.

He added that Bacolod ďis a priority areaĒ in NUís varsity recruitment program since Negros has a rich history of athletic talents who have made good in their respective fields in both national and international sports competitions.

Baculi last handled the Philippine Christian University in the NCAA.*NAB


Sya na coach ng Harbour Centre? Sayang gustong gusto ko pa naman yun team na yun kaso kung sya mag coach ayaw ko na. Gusto ko pa din si Coach Jorge


Magaling naman sya? Bakit?

bossman
11-03-2008, 07:03 PM
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
Baculi scouts for NU players
BY NIDA BUENAFE
www.visayandailystar.com
*
Negros Occidental, teeming with basketball talents, is on top of National University coach Junel Baculiís list of provinces where he can scout for talents to add to NUís varsity ranks.

Baculi, a familiar face to Negrenses after his stint as coach for the Negros Slashers, was in town recently to look over players from different schools competing in the NOPSSCEA basketball.

Recently named as NUís sports-athletic director, Baculi said the school has recently partnered with the SM Group of Companies and is on the lookout for talents, not only in basketball but also for its football, swimming, athletics, taekwondo and badminton, among others.

ďScouting for talents from the provinces is part of our effort to build up and expand NUís varsity program,Ē Baculi said.

The multi-titled coach, who now handles Harbour Center in the Philippine Basketball League, said the partnership between SM and NU augers well for the universityís sports program.

ďThe partnership means quality education for those who will decide to join our varsity program especially those who come from the provinces,Ē Baculi said.

He added that Bacolod ďis a priority areaĒ in NUís varsity recruitment program since Negros has a rich history of athletic talents who have made good in their respective fields in both national and international sports competitions.

Baculi last handled the Philippine Christian University in the NCAA.*NAB


Sya na coach ng Harbour Centre? Sayang gustong gusto ko pa naman yun team na yun kaso kung sya mag coach ayaw ko na. Gusto ko pa din si Coach Jorge


Magaling naman sya? Bakit?


Mayabang kasi sobra!!!

Wang-Bu
11-14-2008, 10:47 AM
Problema dito kay Baculao mahilig pumapel basta tingin niya ayos ang kita. Oo, marami na din siyang naipanalong koponan, ngunit hindi naman lingid sa kaalaman sa daigdig ng larong busluan na malakas din puwesto sa trabaho ng may-trabaho itong si Baculao. Nung minsan harapan siyang tinanong ng isang reporter kung interesado ba siyang maging head coach ng NU kasabi-sabi ba naman "That is up to the management and school admin," Anak ng pitong pu---- hindi kumita! Ganyan ba naman ang sagot ng isang "consultant" na kung titignan ay dakilang miron lang? Ay naku Baculao, style mo talaga kahit kelan.

Tsaka kung scout siya sino-sino na bang manlalaro ang nadala na niya diyan sa NU? Sa pagkakaalam ko 'yung Aprikano si Manny Dandan ang nakakuha, si Ajeet Singh naman na dating San Beda kusang lumipat para makalaro na kagad, may dalawa pang bagong swingman ngayon na nagpa-practice na ang nakakuha naman utol ni Manny na si Blue Dandan. Pongalangala naman ni Baculao, scout siya wala pa siyang naipasok na magaling?

bchoter
11-14-2008, 12:33 PM
Di ba galit na galit pa yang si BAculi sa San Beda? Sukat ba namang i video niya yung pag mumura niya... ayun may kopya sa Lion's den.. "VanWhotenNHangUnaNyongBedan! Spreakenheit!"

Joescoundrel
09-10-2010, 08:41 AM
Fr Martin Cup - NU versus NCBA, 1:30 PM this Saturday 11 September at San Beda

Watch nthe future of the NU Bulldogs: Kyle Neypes, Mon Celis, Jay Perez and Cedric Labingisa.

Joescoundrel
10-18-2010, 02:57 PM
Quarterfinal action in the ongoing Fr Martin Cup Division II was cardiac all throughout yesterday at the San Beda gym in Manila.

St Francis, still unbeaten after nine outings, needed five extra minutes to outlast JRU B 73-66. Freethrow woes saw rgulation end at 59-all.

NU B leaned on the heroics of Rey Parks to pull out the 71-66 win over hardfighting St Benilde B. Parks rained all five of his treys in the second half to lead all scorers with 39 points.

EARIST upended UE B in overtime 85-77. Roy Sumang, a one-man gang for the B Warriors, forced the extension with key baskets to knot regulation at 67-all.

Lasalle B rode the backs of comebacking LA Revilla and Norbert Torres to hang on for the 64-63 win over erstwhile unbeaten TIP.

Semifinal action is this Wednesday at San Beda in Manila, with NU B going against St Francis, and Lasalle squaring off against EARIST. Games commence at 1:30 PM.

albhaniroshi
10-20-2010, 06:06 PM
Ayos lakas ng bagong import natin. Ang hindi magandang balita ubos ang players next season. Sana me magawa pa.

bchoter
10-20-2010, 07:45 PM
KAsama din ba sa bagong import "NATIN" yung bagong players na tinatanong natin sa Falcons' thread?

Sam Miguel
10-21-2010, 08:45 AM
The Celis and Villamor boys are solid if unspectacular. Unfortunately they are of questionable size, maybe just around 6-foot-3 each, not really power forwards or small forwards, and they need to figure out if they are inside guys or outside guys, same with Kyle Neypes.

A.N.S.
10-23-2010, 12:05 AM
Ayos lakas ng bagong import natin. Ang hindi magandang balita ubos ang players next season. Sana me magawa pa.

Ano ibig mo sabihing "ubos?" Graduating?

Joescoundrel
02-01-2011, 11:14 AM
Saturday, February 5, 2011 at Arellano University-Legarda
9:00 am Letran vs. O.L.F.U. Menís-B
10:30 am De La Salle U. vs. E.A.C. Menís-A
12:00 nn St.Benilde Team B vs. Mapua Menís-A
1:30 pm St.Benilde Team A vs. T.I.P. Menís-B

Sunday, February 6, 2011 at Arellano University-Legarda
9:00 am C.E.U. vs. U.P. Womenís
10:30 am STI Team B vs. Letran Menís-B
12:00 nn STI Team A vs. San Beda Menís-A
1:30 pm Jose Rizal U. vs. National U.-A Menís-B
3:00 pm Informatics vs. National U.-B Menís-A

Joescoundrel
09-09-2011, 09:45 AM
Ladies and gentlemen Mr Joey Lim just forwarded a revised schedule for the upcoming Fr Martin Cup games. All of them are now posted in the Fr Martin Cup Forum, please check there.

Big Ticket
09-10-2011, 08:57 PM
so who's in team B of NU?

Joescoundrel
09-30-2011, 10:10 AM
^

Saturday October 1 at La Consolacion - - -

9:00 AM King's Montesorri vs Letran HS
10:30 AM Chiang Kai Shek B vs Hope Christian HS
12:00 NN UP B vs Lasalle B
1:30 PM San Sebastian B HS vs Arellano B HS
3:00 PM NCBA vs Lyceum B

Watch out for 6'6" Henri Beteyane, 6'6" Troy Rosario and 6'5" AJ Hanson.

Joescoundrel
09-30-2011, 10:15 AM
Saturday October 8 at San Beda - - -

10:00 AM San Beda B vs NU B
11:30 AM San Lorenzo vs Lyceum B
1:00 PM Arellano A HS vs UST B HS
2:30 PM UP B vs NCBA

bigf9779
09-30-2011, 01:03 PM
thanks for the info sir!!! ;)

Wang-Bu
10-10-2011, 11:47 AM
laglag na pala NU B sa FMC, sayang, lakas pa naman ng team na ito...

Semenelin
10-10-2011, 09:21 PM
well its not really Baculi but it was Bobby Parks who was watching the SHS-Ateneo de Cebu vs UV juniors game last sat here in Cebu.

Joescoundrel
10-25-2011, 01:27 PM
Sandugo Collegiate Developmental League Finals is set for 5:00 PM at the Rizal Memorial Coliseum in downtown Manila. Admission is free.

National University B will square off against Olivarez College.

NU B beat EAC B in the semis while Olivarez ousted FEU B in their fight-marred semis. Apparently former Lasalle star recruit Arvie Bringas started a fight with only four seconds left in the game with Olivarez headed for the win.

Sam Miguel
11-18-2014, 07:57 AM
Giant-killer Xavier School brings down NU Bullpups to reach PSSBC final vs San Beda

From the wires

November 17, 2014, 02:32 pm

XAVIER School sustained its giant-killing run by downing reigning UAAP champion National University, 79-75, to arrange a title showdown with NCAA champion San Beda in the 3rd Philippine Secondary Schools Basketball Championship (PSSBC) Ironcon Builders Cup.

With Tyler Tio, Kyle Ong and Ralph Cu combining for four three-pointers in a dizzying 17-2 attack, the Xavier Stallions rallied from a 62-5 deficit to grab the lead, 69-64 in the highly entertaining game at the Chiang Kai Shek College in Tondo, Manila.

NU managed to regain the lead, 71-69, on a 7-0 run, but Tio buried his second three-pointer of the quarter to finally take the fight out of the Bullpups.

In a fitting follow-up to his 28-point performance in the team’s 77-72 win over title favorite Chiang Kai Shek College last Saturday, Tio led the Stallions for the fourth time with 20 points.

He was ably supported by Ong and Cu who tallied 17 and 12 points, respectively.

The Red Cubs, on the other hand, leaned on the quintet of Niko Abatayo, Sam Abuhijleh, Norrish Decapia, Chami Diputado and Andrei Caracut to beat former UAAP champion Far Eastern University, 61-57, and secure a return ticket to the final – a one-game affair on Saturday also at the CKSC gym.

San Beda nearly squandered a 13-point advantage in the first half as FEU rallied to within 50-47 going into the final 10 minutes. But Diputado and Caracut came to the team’s rescue, coming through with tough plays in a 9-3 attack to scuttle FEU’s comeback bid.

Abatayo led the Red Cubs with 14 points aside from tallying 15 boards and five assists.

Aside from Ironcon Builders, also backing the event are Rain or Shine, Hapee Toothpaste, Blackwater-Ever Bilena, Dickies Underwear, MEC Computers, Jumbo Plastic Linoleum, and Freego.

Sam Miguel
11-18-2014, 07:57 AM
Giant-killer Xavier School brings down NU Bullpups to reach PSSBC final vs San Beda

From the wires

November 17, 2014, 02:32 pm

XAVIER School sustained its giant-killing run by downing reigning UAAP champion National University, 79-75, to arrange a title showdown with NCAA champion San Beda in the 3rd Philippine Secondary Schools Basketball Championship (PSSBC) Ironcon Builders Cup.

With Tyler Tio, Kyle Ong and Ralph Cu combining for four three-pointers in a dizzying 17-2 attack, the Xavier Stallions rallied from a 62-5 deficit to grab the lead, 69-64 in the highly entertaining game at the Chiang Kai Shek College in Tondo, Manila.

NU managed to regain the lead, 71-69, on a 7-0 run, but Tio buried his second three-pointer of the quarter to finally take the fight out of the Bullpups.

In a fitting follow-up to his 28-point performance in the teamís 77-72 win over title favorite Chiang Kai Shek College last Saturday, Tio led the Stallions for the fourth time with 20 points.

He was ably supported by Ong and Cu who tallied 17 and 12 points, respectively.

The Red Cubs, on the other hand, leaned on the quintet of Niko Abatayo, Sam Abuhijleh, Norrish Decapia, Chami Diputado and Andrei Caracut to beat former UAAP champion Far Eastern University, 61-57, and secure a return ticket to the final Ė a one-game affair on Saturday also at the CKSC gym.

San Beda nearly squandered a 13-point advantage in the first half as FEU rallied to within 50-47 going into the final 10 minutes. But Diputado and Caracut came to the teamís rescue, coming through with tough plays in a 9-3 attack to scuttle FEUís comeback bid.

Abatayo led the Red Cubs with 14 points aside from tallying 15 boards and five assists.

Aside from Ironcon Builders, also backing the event are Rain or Shine, Hapee Toothpaste, Blackwater-Ever Bilena, Dickies Underwear, MEC Computers, Jumbo Plastic Linoleum, and Freego.

Joescoundrel
01-13-2015, 08:04 AM
TIGER CUBS HAND BULLPUPS THIRD STRAIGHT LOSS; EAGLETS STILL UNBEATEN

By Norman Riego on Jan. 10, 2015, 5:02 p.m.

In what should be considered as the biggest upset of the season, the University of Santo Tomas Tiger Cubs dealt the defending champion National University Bullpups their third consecutive defeat, 51-49, on Saturday at the Blue Eagle Gym in the continuation of the UAAP 77 Juniors Basketball tournament.

Coming from a 22-game winning streak dating back to 2012, the Bullpups have now dropped three straight for the first time since Season 72. In an ugly game wherein both teams suffered miserable days from the field, the Tiger Cubs’ slightly better 31% shooting provided the difference as NU only converted 27% of their shots.

UST utilized balanced play from its starters to garner their third straight win after dropping five of their first six games. The Tiger Cubs first five delivered 38 markers to spearhead the upset.

On the other hand, Mark Dyke was the only NU player who produced quality minutes for his team. The King Bullpup’s 18 points and 21 rebounds were both more than the other four starters’ combined 12 markers and 13 boards.

NU was also undone by 28 turnovers, 15 from the starters, which UST converted into 19 points.

Asked what coach Jeff Napa told them in the locker room, Bullpup team captain Philip Manalang told ABS-CBN Sports, “Basketball is a game of smarts. We have to go back to playing tough.”

Meanwhile, the team that started NU’s three-game slump, the Ateneo de Manila High School Blue Eaglets escaped an upset bid by the Adamson University Baby Falcons, 66-61, to remain unblemished.

With the blue birds tied at 61, league-leading Ateneo kept the Baby Falcons scoreless for the remaining 50 seconds of the game. The Blue Eaglets were then able to hold on to their unblemished record thanks to Jayson Andrade’s short stab and Jolo Mendoza’s clutch free throws.

Frederick Tungcab and his 20 markers led Adamson’s attempt to wound the Blue Eaglets for the first time this season. Tungcab, however, was denied the ball in the final minute as Ateneo forced other Baby Falcons to beat them. With the loss, now 4-5 Adamson falls into a fifth place tie with UST.

Nieto twins Mike and Matt, fresh off an announcement that they would be promoted to the Blue Eagles after the season, both had 13 points to lead Ateneo to its ninth straight win.

The day’s other match-ups featured blowouts by the other two teams in the top four. Starting the game day, the Far Eastern University-Diliman Baby Tamaraws gored the winless University of the East Junior Warriors, 81-55. Baby Tam tower Brandrey Bienes had his way inside and delivered a season-high 21 points.

Later, the De La Salle Zobel Junior Archers rebounded from a crushing defeat to archrival Ateneo by demolishing University of the Philippines Integrated School Junior Fighting Maroons, 79-48. Spitfire Aljun Melecio and sniper Quinito Banzon teamed up for 37 markers to outscore the entire UPIS first five who only managed 20 points.

The Baby Tams and Junior Archers’ wins send them to identical 6-3 cards for the season and into a triple tie with NU for the second spot.

On the other hand, UPIS suffered its eighth defeat in nine tries.

BOX SCORES

FIRST GAME

FEU 81 – Bienes 21; Lee 10; Comboy 10; Fajarito 9; Longalong 6; Cuaasay 6; Harrow 6; Peromingan 4; Pineda 3; Aquino 2; Ibanez 2; Belgica 2; Lloren 0; Sumpio 0; Khatri 0

UE 55 – Dagunan 12; Contorno 10; Calizo 9; Correche 6; Garcia 5; Salta 5; Altamirano 4; Bautista 2; Viajar 2; Publico 0; Palanas 0; Edora 0; Balagot 0; Morelos 0

QUARTER SCORES: 23-14; 39-26; 68-38; 81-55

SECOND GAME

UST 51 – Mayor 13; Luna, N. 10; Marcelo 9; Jison 8; Ferrer 4; Santos 3; Navarro 2; Luna, F. 2; Salinas 0; Montes 0; Lapena 0; Pascual 0; Narvasa 0

NU 49 – Dyke 18; Clemente 7; Camaso 6; Manalang 4; De Guzman 2; Claveria 2; Mina 3; Callejo 2;Saquian 2; Penano 2; Ferreras 1; Sta. Ana 1; Calma 0; Baltazar 0; Atienza 0

QUARTER SCORES: 13-12; 27-29; 42-39; 51-49

THIRD GAME

DLSZ 79 – Melecio, Alj. 19; Banzon 18; Webb 14; Melecio, Ale. 6; Sario 4; Isaac 4; Francisco 4; Cabarrus 4; Vizmonte 2; Mariano 2; Fortuna 1; Tongco 1; Romero 0; Paraiso 0; Liwag 0

UPIS 48 – Gomez de Liano, Ja. 9; Tupaz 8; Lina 7; Labao 6; Gomez de Liano, Ju. 4; Barraquias 4; Gomez de Liano, Jo. 4; Santiago 4; Vergiere 2; Barles 0; Gregorio 0; Lagahit 0; Estrera 0

QUARTER SCORES: 13-7; 41-14; 59-29; 79-48

FOURTH GAME

Ateneo 66 – Mendoza 15; Nieto, Mi. 13; Nieto, Ma. 13; Andrade 9; Joson 4; Hassan 4; Salandanan 4; Mamuyac 2; Eustaquio 2; Ramos 0; Rosales 0

Adamson 61 – Tungcab 20; Cabanilla 13; Pasturan 9; Fernandez 5; Sasuman 5; Zaldivar 3; Chua 2; Egan 2; Calacalsada 2; Antiporda 0

QUARTER SCORES: 16-15; 31-26; 46-43; 66-61

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