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The General
04-01-2009, 11:31 AM
look now!! EAC will be playing this season as GUEST TEAm!

yellow_we
04-02-2009, 03:06 AM
Is this confirm? I thought San Beda (the next host) confirmed that there will just be seven teams for the next NCAA Season.

bchoter
04-02-2009, 08:40 PM
Wow! This is a welcome development for EAC and the league.

At mas madaling mag schedule ng games with an even number of teams.

Wang-Bu
04-03-2009, 09:36 AM
Patay na naman ang natapos ng schedule ni Sir Joey Lim para sa Season 85, sigurado pauulit sa kanya si Coach Ato. ;D

paolo
04-06-2009, 11:06 PM
Is this confirm? I thought San Beda (the next host) confirmed that there will just be seven teams for the next NCAA Season.
:)CONFIRMED YAN! Coach Isla will sit in the NCAA Board for EAC.
WELCOME EAC! I know the management of EAC worked hard to be
a member of the NCAA.

Regular Grey
04-07-2009, 03:38 PM
Congratulations and Good Luck!

Sam Miguel
04-21-2009, 08:44 AM
Apart from basketball, what other events will EAC be joining in Season 85?

As a guest team, does this mean EAC teams / athletes are not counted in the championship / medal counts? For instance, if say the Generals win the men's basketball event, will they or will they not be declared the Season 85 basketball champions?

The General
04-22-2009, 08:13 PM
Apart from basketball, what other events will EAC be joining in Season 85?

As a guest team, does this mean EAC teams / athletes are not counted in the championship / medal counts? For instance, if say the Generals win the men's basketball event, will they or will they not be declared the Season 85 basketball champions?



we take part of all 10 sports events plus cheering competition...

all games with bearing...

Sam Miguel
06-25-2009, 08:49 PM
General, will Ace Quiambao and Argel Medoza be playing for EAC in the NCAA?

How about Claude Cubo and Jeff Lapitan?

The General
06-25-2009, 10:30 PM
General, will Ace Quiambao and Argel Medoza be playing for EAC in the NCAA?

How about Claude Cubo and Jeff Lapitan?


argel mendoza and claude cubo will play.. for your information here is the roster...

HEIGHT POSITION
Mendoza, Argel 5'10" PG
Yaya, Russell 6'4" SF
Yaya, Lowell 6'2" PF
Ong, Kevin 5'9" PG
Pingol, Raphael 6'2" PF
Jabaybay, Ruel 6'6" C
Cubo, Claude 6'4" PF
Diolanto, Dhan Khent 6'4" C
Sablan, John 6'4" C
Santos, John Albert 6'0" OG
Del Rosario, Arjay 6'1" OG
Chiong, Franz Jiffrey 5'11" PG
Liwag, Marc Jayson 5'10" PG



Isla , Nomar. - Head Coach
Manuel, Gino - Asst. Coach
Esplana, Gerry - Consultant
Tolentino, Mitchell - Asst. Coach
Cabutotan, Eleazar - Asst. Coach

Joescoundrel
06-29-2009, 10:19 AM
General, what became of Romeo Foutue? He played in the Nike, why is he not playing in the NCAA?

The General
06-29-2009, 09:48 PM
General, what became of Romeo Foutue? He played in the Nike, why is he not playing in the NCAA?



romeo fotue lacked 1 semester to qualify for the 2 year residency rule... he enrolled 2nd sem 2007.. so he needed 4 successive semesters to play this 85th season..

jeff lapitan also missed the bus with 1 semester lacking.

pyke
06-30-2009, 07:41 AM
Blazers tame Great Danes; Chiefs score

By Cedelf P. Tupas
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 23:27:00 06/29/2009

Filed Under: Basketball

MANILA, Philippines - Composure isn't exactly one of St. Benilde Blazers' strongest suits the past few years.

But it turned out to be the security blanket that separated them from feisty newcomer Angeles University Foundation.

The Blazers, who have not cracked the Final Four since 2002, flirted with disaster before pulling away late in the fourth quarter for an 87-76 victory over the debuting Great Danes in the 85th NCAA men’s basketball tournament at The Arena in San Juan.

In a battle of debuting squads, Arellano University brandished a mean form that had the league taking notice, whipping Emilio Aguinaldo College, 80-61.

The Blazers and Chiefs joined opening-day winners San Beda, Jose Rizal U and San Sebastian on top of the standings after two playing dates.

Four AUF key players fouled out, paving the way for a strong finish by St. Benilde behind Angelo Montecastro and Chuck Dalanon, who combined for 13 of the Blazers’ last 16 points.

Montecastro finished with 20 points and Dalanon added 18 for the Blazers, who missed 23 of 42 free throws.

“I’m happy with the effort of the players,” said St. Benilde new coach Richard del Rosario. “It feels so good to win the first game but we have to work on our maturity and free throw shooting.”

Del Rosario also acknowledged AUF’s efforts, saying it was never an easy game for them considering that AUF is just new in NCAA.

“They never gave up until the last minute and there were times that our team lost the control of the ball,” he said, adding the Blazers need to improve their composure to avoid “gaining points yet earning fouls.”

Reed-thin swingman Adrian Celada fired a game-high 19 points as the Arellano Chiefs outscored the Generals, 53-22, in the second and third quarters to put the game to bed going into the final period, 64-38.

“I told the players to stay aggressive and work hard,” said Arellano’s first-year coach Junjie Ablan, whose squad forced 29 turnovers that led to 27 points. “Everyone just stepped up today.”

Earlier, St. Benilde-La Salle Greenhills crushed AUF, 117-41, and Arellano overwhelmed EAC, 83-61, in junior play.

Coming off a two-hour bus ride from Angeles City, the Great Danes looked weary in the first quarter and the Blazers greeted them with a 13-3 opening salvo spearheaded by Montecastro.

The Great Danes committed more turnovers than field goals in the first half and were limited to just 13 field goals in the first two quarters.

But they hung tough behind Matt Carney, Limmuel Manarang and Arnel Fuertez, whose layup got the Great Danes within one point, 26-27.

Fuertez led the Great Danes with 18 points.


Tagline: With Marjorie Gorospe, INQUIRER.net

The scores:

First Game (Jrs)

LSGH 117—Flores 21, Pate 19, Pumaren 12, Tanjuenco 12, Trajano 9, Sy 9, Trajano 7, Sta. Maria 6, Lee 6, Calaquian 5, Carlos 4, Sollano 3, Diaz 2, Miguel 2, Sayson 0.

AUF 41—Gando 20, Lakandula 6, Maniti 5, Olalia 4, Cayanan 3, Castillejos 3, Dizon 0, Tamayo 0, Laxamana 0.

Quarters: 35-9, 65-11, 91-27, 117-41

Second Game (Jrs)

ARELLANO 83—Pagayunan 27, Cruz 17, Tolentino 15, de Leon 8, Caperal 7, Guzman 4, Perucho 3, Gurrobat 2, Abejar 0, Regalado 0, Kiyoumarsi 0.

EAC 61—Alanes 20, Cayanan 17, Booc 13, Cuello 5, Guinita 4, Denora 2, Mayone 0, Onwubere 0, Ocampo 0, Padrones 0, Julian 0.

Quarters: 24-11, 44-26, 61-43, 83-61

Third Game (Srs)

ST. BENILDE 87—Montecastro 20, Dalanon 18, Johnston 12, Morial 10, Manalac 8, Abolucion 4, de Guzman 4, Tajonera 3, Urra 2, dela Paz 2, Tan 0, Argamino.

ANGELES 76—Fuertez 18, Manarang 16, Carney 11, Santos 11, Maniago 9, Dumlao 4, Gigante 3, Musni 2, Gomez 2, Henson 0, Cayanan 0.

Quarters: 23-13, 40-33, 65-55, 87-76

Fourth Game (Srs)

ARELLANO 80—Celada 19, G. Ciriacruz 13, I. Ciriacruz 11, Tayongtong 9, Apostol 8, Miranda 7, Reducto 6, Agustin 3, Virtudazo 2, Rivera 2, Dimla 0, Catapang 0.

EAC 62—Santos 13, Mendoza 10, Cubo 10, R. Yaya 9, Jabaybay 9, Del Rosario 6, L. Yaya 5, Sablan 0, Ong 0, Chiong 0.

Quarters: 11-16, 38-29, 64-38, 80-62

Joescoundrel
06-30-2009, 10:26 AM
Claude Cubo had a pretty good NCAA debut. He pounded both boards hard, went to the rack at every opportunity and played solid low post defense. Ruel Jabaybay was alright, nothing to get excited about, but his overall game was alright, displayed a nice short jumper and a bank here and there. I was hoping for more from brothers Lowell and Russell Yaya though. It seems they were just a little bit intimidated by the veteran Arellano crew they faced yesterday. Too bad Jeff Lapitan and Romeo Foutue didn't make the cut-off. Foutue might have been enough extra firepower to make a game of it, while Lapitan could've provided more muscle underneath.

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07-08-2009, 06:08 PM
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07-19-2009, 02:43 PM
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Joescoundrel
07-23-2009, 03:03 PM
EAC finally won its first game in the NCAA with the 80 - 69 victory over Mapua. EAC shot the lights out of the Arena led by guard John Santos.

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09-03-2009, 11:56 AM
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09-03-2009, 11:58 AM
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09-03-2009, 11:59 AM
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09-03-2009, 12:00 PM
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09-03-2009, 12:03 PM
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Joescoundrel
12-15-2009, 09:57 AM
It was an all-NCAA day last Sunday at the FEU Gym in Manila for the ongoing Fr Martin Cup.

Raycon Kabigting had the hottest hand all day as he went 7-10 from trey range to lead Jose Rizal past Mapua B 79-62. The Heavy Bombers were all over the B Cardinals in this one. Kabigting finished with a day-high 23 points while Nchotu Njei added 17, for JRU's first victory in two starts.

Powerhouse San Beda walloped Pereptual Help 73-53 for their second straight victory. Opening up the game at 10-0, the boys from Mendiola cruised all the way to the W. Jake Pascual led the Red Lions with 13 points.

Mapua A made up for the earlier loss of their B Team to JRU by smacking down Arellano B 76-49. The A Cardinals were so dominant they limited the normally prolific B Chiefs to only six points in the first period while opening up the scoring parade on transition and in the lane.

Almost-an-NCAA guest team Lyceum had a rousing start to their FMC campaign by beating Emilio Aguinaldo 63-53. It was EAC's second straight loss. Flor Guevarra led the Pirates with 14 markers.

In deference to the Christmas season, FMC Secretary General Joey Lim has declared that all December 20 games have been postponed and shall be reset for a later date.






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