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Mhel_Garrido
07-22-2009, 08:52 PM
This year's Line up
4 – SABELLINA, Maclean (C)
5 – DAGUPLO, Brayan (F)
6 – REYES, Jen (G)
7 – PO, Jebson (F)
8 – MACABASCO, Mac (G)
9 – ORIAS, David (G)
10 – WASHINGTON, Tom (C)
11 – ANTONIO, Marin (C)
12 – IHALAS, Norman (G)
13 – VILLADOZ, Paulo (F)
14 – CARIÑO, Vergilio (F)
15 – ABLAZA, Cedric (F)
16 – BOCABLO, Lester (F)
17 – BAUTISTA, Jerald (G)
19 – WAMINAL, Raffy (F)
20 – PASCUAL, Jaime (F)
21 – CRUZ, Robin (G)
Head coach: YCASIANO, Vic
Assistant Coaches:
Hubert delos Santos
Raymond Tiongco
Paulo Ycasiano
Ralph Dizon

Mhel_Garrido
07-22-2009, 09:08 PM
NAASCU: SSC-Cavite, STI in big start
07/19/2009 | 11:32 AM

MANILA, Philippines – San Sebastian College-Cavite opened its title-retention campaign on a bright note, beating Lyceum of Subic Bay, 82-68, at the start of the 2009 NAASCU men’s basketball tournament at the Cuneta Astrodome in Pasay City.

Last year’s MVP Kris Lucernas, Jhun Gracilla and R.J. Escobal provided the offensive muscle for the Cavite-based Baycats, who led from start to finish in beating the Sharks.

Gracilla topscored with 18 points, Lucernas added 17 and Escobal contributed 15 for the Baycats of coach Egay Macaraya.

Jessie James Collado led the Sharks with 16 points.

Centro Escolar University nipped five-time champion University of Manila, 81-79, to serve notice of its title aspirations.

Jeric Magno fired 17 points for the Scorpions, who are now playing under new coach Mon Jose.

Over at the Pasay gym, last year’s runner-up STI Colleges toppled St. Clare College-Caloocan, 80-69, while newcomer Our Lady of Fatima University edged New Era University, 78-77, in overtime.

Norman Ihalas and Jerald Bautista led the Olympians with 13 points apiece, supported by Mark Orias and Cedriz Ablaza with 10 markers each.

Phillip Roi Coronel paced the Saints with 20 points.

The day also belonged to the Phoenix of coach Rensy Bajar, who relied on Paolo Guidaben to pull the rug from under the Hunters.

Guidaben, the 6-2 son of PBA legend Abet Guidaben, scattered 26 points and 10 rebounds to lead Fatima.

Easy Lover San Juan and Randy Basco added 13 and 12 points, respectively.

Mark Lopez and Symon Santos combined for 29 points for the Hunters. - GMANews.TV
The scores:
July 18 @ Pasay Astrodome

First game
San Sebastian Cavite 82 - Gracilla 18, Lucernas 17, Escobal 15, Filio 9, Ra. Alcasabas 8, Basa 8, Antipuesto 4, Reyes1, Pasagui 0, Atangan 0, Callado 0, Pantonia 0, Acain 0.
Lyceum Subic Bay 68 - Collado 16, Baydo 12, Velasco 11, Bilog 8, Bote 8, Ellano 3, Valencia 3, Carey 2, Espineli 2, Labadan 1, Ignacio 0, Fuentebella 0, Carter 0, Postrado 0.
Quarter scores: 14-17, 42-24, 62-50, 82-68.

Second game
CEU 81 - Magno 17, Clauren 10, Zapanta 10, Marquez 9, Bañas 9, Flores 7, Lobaton 6, Garcia 6, Manlutac 2, Dy 2, Yambot 2, Ascayan 1.
UM 79 - Matubang 21, Ibay 14, Manuel 9, Sadsad 8, Viernes 8, Sanguyo 6, Ferrer 5, Delostrinos 4, Rabalo 2, Patricio 1, Basan 0, Tamayo 0, Macasaet 0.
Quarter scores: 14-19, 38-43, 61-53, 81-79.

Third game
PLP 92 - Obar 22, Malana 20, Miraflor 17, Malicdem 11, Cemetera 8, Quitam 5, Casulla 5, Bergonia 3, Bangayan 1, Conui 0, Guingon 0, Esposo 0, Delgado 0.
UMAK 84 - Moresco 24, Graza 22, Junsay 10, Sison 9, Gonzaga 7, Eugenio 6, Capil 2, Ramos 2, Florendo 0, Vitales 0, Manguera 0.
Quarter scores: 16-18, 41-25, 58-56, 92-84.

July 18 @ Pasay Sports Complex
First game
STI 80 - Ihalas 13, Bautista 13, Orias 11, Ablaza 10, Macabasco 9, Villadoz 7, Sabellina 6, Antonio 5, Cariño 2, Bocablo 1, Reyes 0, Po 0, Washington 0, Cruz 0.
St. Clare 69 - P. Coronel 20, Pariñas 10, Mustre 10, Jabar 8, Sibal 6, Vitales 4, Rivera 4, Gasparillo 2, Puno 2, Gatmaitan 2, Role 1, A. Coronel 0, de Ocampo 0.

Second game
Fatima 78 - Guidaben 26, San Juan 13, Basco 12, Ladao 6, Panes 5, R. Monserat 5, G. Monserat 4, Zapanta 3, Valdevilla 2, Aque 1, Culala 1.
New Era 77 - Lopez 15, Santos 14, Maestrado 8, Quebec 8, Acuña 6, Castillo 6, Sevilla 5, Tanglao 4, Perlas 3, Sarmiento 2, Ocampo 0, Villarosa 0.
Quarter scores: 4-9, 19-36, 37-50, 65-65, 78-77.

Third game
Informatics 77 - Leonida 20, Montuano 16, del Rosario 13, Sodusta 7, Ungco 5, Acuña 4, Kahal 4, Sison 4, Jabagat 2, Santos 2.
AMACU 69 - Salvador 21, Maravilla 17, Tan 11, Cabico 7, Regala 4, Masigan 3, Nicolas 3, Abejar 2, Bernardo 1.
Quarter scores: 24-23, 33-33, 54-48, 77-69.

Mhel_Garrido
07-22-2009, 09:10 PM
July 21, 2009 07:03 PM Tuesday PEOPLE'S TONIGHT

OLYMPIANS, ICONS claim 2nd wins

LAST year’s runner-up STI Colleges and Informatics International Colleges fashioned out contrasting victories over their respective rivals to gain a share of the lead in the 9th NAASCU basketball tournament at the Pasay City Sports Complex.

The Olympians crushed Centro Escolar University, 89-67, while the Icons subdued Lyceum of Subic Bay, 72-68, for their second straight wins in this 12-team tournament organized by the National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (NAASCU), headed by Dr. Ernesto Jay Adalem.

Maclean Sabellina, a 6-4 center and one of the remaining members of the STI which bagged the title in 2007, scattered 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Vic Ycasiano-mentored Olympians to the earl ylead.

Rookie forward Martin Antonio and Vergilio Carino addded 12 and 11 points, respectively.

Mark Jerol Banas fired 17 points for the Scorpions who debuted with an 81-79 win over five-time champion University of Manila, 81-79,, on opening day.

Informatics relied on newcomer Mark Angelo Montuano's 29 points to beat Lyceum and join STI College for early lead.

Mario Leonida and Eric Acuna combined for 21points for the Icons of coach Jonathan Reyes.

Raymond Ellano, JC Collado, Jayson Espenelli and Rolliver Valencia combined for 43 points for the Olongapo City-based Sharks, who suffered their second straight defeat.

In the other game, St. Clare College( Caloocan) nipped Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Pasay, 79-76, for its first win in two outings.

Edu Mustre scored 18 points and Aries Parinas added 16 points for the Saints of coach Jimmy Mariano.

Richmond Sibal added 10 points for St Clare which dropped its opening-day assignment to STI College.

The Eagles, who debuted with a 92-94 win over University of Makati, was paced by the 27 points of Jimmy Delgado and the 16 points of Ricky Casulla. In the women’s division, defending champion AMA Computer University downed CEU, 58-42, behind a balanced scoring attack.

The Lady Titans of coach by Johnny Cutaran got double-digit scores from Ajie Sarmiento , Maggie Liwanag and Vee Palada.

UM routed University of Makati, 132-11, in the other women’s match.

The scores

First game

STI (89) -- Sabellina 17, Antonio 12, Carino 11, Reyes 9, Ihalas 9, Bautista 8, Pascual 5, Po 4, Ablaza 3, Bocalbo 3, Waniwal 2, Dagulpo 2, Reyes 2, Villadoz 2, Orias 0.

CEU (67) -- Banas 17, Zapanta 8, Clauren 8, Garcia 7, Magno 5, Yambot 5, Marquez 4, Padua 3, Lobaton 3, Flores 2, Ascayan 2, Esdcarta 2, Manlutac 0, Dy 0.

Quarterscores 24-10, 57-26, 74-42, 89-67.

Second game

Informatics (72) -- Montuano 29, Leonida 11, Acuna 10, Limpat 6, Castello 4, Kahal 4,Jabagat 3, S.Santos 3, Del Rosario 2, K.Santos 0, Asinas 0, Sodusta 0, Sison 0.

Lyceum of Subic (68) -- Ellano 11, Collado 11, Espenelli 11, Valencia 10, Labadan 7, Velasco 6, Carter 3, Postrado 2, Baydo 2, Carey 0, Bote 0 Fuentevella 0, Bilog 0.

Quarterscores 24-19, 47-37, 56-57, 72-68.

Third game

St .Clare (76) -- Mustre 18, Parinas 16, Sibal 10, Vitales 4, Jabar 4, Puno 4, Rivera 4, A.Coronel 3, Role 0, Casparillo 0, De Ocampo 0, Nodora 0, Sumalnap 0.

PLP (73) --Delgado 27, Casulla 16, Malicdem 11, Miraflor 6, Obar 4, Convi 4, Malana 4, Bangayan 3, Esposo 2, Solis 1, Bergonia 0, Gungon 0, Quitam 0.

Quarterscores 19-15, 37-30, 59-56, 79-76.

Raging Blue
07-22-2009, 09:23 PM
Guidaben, the 6-2 son of PBA legend Abet Guidaben, scattered 26 points and 10 rebounds to lead Fatima.



Is he the brother of former Blue Eaglet Mike Guidaben? As for as I know, the Guidaben family migrated to the US a few years back.

Mhel_Garrido
07-22-2009, 10:43 PM
According to Joescoundrel in one of the NAASCU threads, the Guidaben here is a nephew of Abet Guidaben and not son..so malamang pinsan yan

chinito_guy
07-24-2009, 10:30 AM
Sir Mhel! musta??? Ano na latest Standing sa NAASCU?! Ayos yan 2-0 na pala Olympians!!! GO STI!!

Mhel_Garrido
07-24-2009, 10:45 PM
Naascu heavyweights plaster foes
By Marc Anthony Reyes
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 01:31:00 07/23/2009

Filed Under: Basketball
DEFENDING CHAMPION San Sebastian College-Recoletos Cavite, STI and Informatics rolled over their respective rivals yesterday to post their third straight victories and jam the top spot of the National Athletics Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (Naascu) men’s basketball at the CEU gym.

The Baycats leaned on the big games of their frontmen to drub the New Era University Hunters, 95-69, while last year’s runners-up, the Olympians, trounced business rival the Amacu Titans, 80-70. The Icons started the day with a 103-96 win over the University of Makati Herons.

SSC-R Cavite’s Marlito Escobal took charge of the Baycats’ touted running game, scoring 17 points aside from grabbing five rebounds.

New Era dropped its third straight.

The Olympians relied on rookie Martin Lloyd Antonio who turned in 17 points and 12 rebounds to help his team send Amacu to a 1-2 slate.

The Icons were led by the 18 of Stefan Santos.

The scores:
First Game
INFORMATICS 103—S. Santos 18, Leonida 11, Magat 10, Montuano 10, Acuna 9, Del Rosario 8, Sison 7, Castelo 6, Limpat 6, K. Santos 6, Ungco 4, Kahal 4, Azotea 2, Saduata 2, Balitao 0.

UMAK 96—Moresco 28, Graza 21, Junsay 17, Sison 14, Gonzaga 4, Vitales 4, Serrano 3, Ramos 2, Diamante 1, Eugenio 1, Castulo 1.
Quarters: 23-18, 53-36, 77-62, 103-96

Second Game
STI 80—Antonio 17, Bautista 14, Ablaza 13, Ihalas 12, Sabellina 6, Villadoz 5, Reyes 3, Orias 3, Washington 3, Po 0, Macabasco 0.

AMACU 70—Salvador 18, Maravilla 18, Bernardo 11, Mangalindan 7, Nicolas 7, Regala 5, Tan 2, Cabico 2, Abejar 0.
Quarters: 13-15, 28-31, 53—46, 80-70

Third Game
SSC-R CAVITE 95—Escobal 17, Gracilla 17, Lucernas 15, Reyes 8, Callado 8, Antipuesto 8, Pantonia 6, Pasagui 5, Acain 5, Atangan 3, Dela Cruz 2.

NEU 69—Acuna 12, Villarosa 12, Lopez 10, Sevilla 9, Ocampo 7, Quebec 6, Santos 6, Perlas 4, Tanglao 2, Castillo 1.
Quarters: 22-19, 51-33, 70-51, 95-69

Mhel_Garrido
07-25-2009, 09:16 AM
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Mhel_Garrido
07-25-2009, 09:17 AM
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Mhel_Garrido
07-25-2009, 09:20 AM
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Mhel_Garrido
07-25-2009, 09:22 AM
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Mhel_Garrido
07-29-2009, 12:52 PM
July 28, 2009 06:37 PM Tuesday Article read 133 time(s)
NAASCU: Informatics outplays PLP, 78-67, for fifth win
Games Wednesday:(UM gym)

8:00 a.m. -- PLP vs. AMACU
9:30 a.m. -- STI vs. UMak
11:00 a.m. -- New Era vs. Informatics
12:30 p.m. -- Fatima vs. St., Clare
2:00 p.m. -- SSC-Cavite vs. CEU
3:30 p.m. -- UM vs. Lyceum


INFORMATICS International College continued its winning way by beating Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Pasay, 78-67, even as defending cahmpion San Sebastian College-Cavite won by forfeiture over Our Lady of Fatima Univerity in the National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (NAASCU) basketball tournament at the SSC-Cavite gym in Cavite City.

Leonard Azotea, Juan Antonio Asinas and Mark Montuano scored in double figures for the Icons of coach Jonathan Reyes.

Azotea finished with 13 points, Asinas added 12 and Montuano contributed 10 for the Icons, who kept a share of the lead with SSC-Cavite with five straight wins.

Jimmy Delgado finished with 16 points for the Eagles, who dropped to 1-4.

Five-time champion University of Manila rode on the hot hands of John Mtubang to subdue STI College, 73-62.

The Hawks, who are now being handled by coach Jojo Castillo and consultant Rex Manansala, got 24 point from Matubang to beat the Olympians and improve to 4-1.

In other games, AMA Computer University nipped St. Clare Colllege-Caloocan, 70-66, and Centro Escolar University humbled University of Makati, 83-66.

Earlier, SSC-Cavite was declared winner by forfeiture when Fatima brought the wrong set of uniform.

The game was later played for the sake of the students with SC-Cavite winning the match just the same.

In the lone junior division, SSC-Cavite defeated CEU, 52-48.

The scores:

First game

Informatics (78) -- Azotea 13, Asinas 12, Montuano 10, Limpat 8, Kahal 6, Sison 5, Limin 4, Ungco 4, Acuna 4, K.Santos 4, Jabagat 3, Leonida 2, Balitao 1, S. Santos 0, Magat 0, Castello 0, Del Rosario 0.

PLP (67) -- Delgado 16, Bergonia 13, Malicdem 8, Cemeteria 8, Obar 6, Miraflor 4, Guitam 4, Copnvi 2, Casulla 0, Bangayan 0, Solis 0.

Quarterscores 15-14, 34-35, 58-54, 78-67.

Second game

CEU (83) -- Magno 16, Garcia 13, Zapanta 11, Manlutac 9, Yambot 8, Gracilla 7, Ascayan 5, Flores 5, Escarta 3, Dy 2, marquez 2, Banas 2, Lobaton 1, Clauren 0, Padua 0, Estapia 0.

UMak (66) -- Moresco 21, Graza 18, Junsay 10, Eugenio 5, Vitales 4, Sison 3, Gonzaga 3, Diamante 2, Manguera 0, Castullo 0, Florendo 0.

Quarterscores 26-17, 50-28, 62-48, 83-66.

Third game

UM (73) -- Matubang 24, Delos Trinos 15, Viernes 11, Manuel 8, Basan 5, Tamayo 4, Patricio 3, Sadsad 3, Fe.Jacob 0, Ibay 0, Fr. Jacob 0, Rabalo 0, Mallada 0, Sanguyo 0, Ferrer 0.

STI (62) --Sabellina 16, Bautista 10, Carino 8, Orias 6, Antonio 5, Ihalas 5, Macabasco 4, Po 2, Ablaza 2, Dagulpo 0, Bocalbo 0, Villadoz 0,Washington 0, Pascual 0, Waniwal 0.

Quarterscores 23-10, 43-22, 58-46, 73-62.

Fourth game

AMACU (70) -- Salvador 16, Tan 3, Maravilla 12, Bernardo 11, Mangalindan 10, Cabico 3, Nicholas 3, Regala 2, Abewjar 0, Bonifacio 0, Masigan 0, Agbi 0, Tam 0, Duaman 0.

St. Clare (66) -- R.Coronel 20, Parinas 19, Role 7, Sibal 5, Mustre 5, A.Coronel 4, Vitales 2, Cantil 2, Puno 2, Nodora 0, Jabar 0, Sumalnap 0, De Ocampo 0, Gatmaitan 0, Casparillo 0, Rivera 0.

Quarterscores 15-15, 35-31, 49-54, 70-66.

Mhel_Garrido
08-03-2009, 05:37 PM
Naascu hoops: UM Hawks prevail in 2 overtimes
By Marc Anthony Reyes
Philippine Daily Inquirer

MANILA, Philippines – Rookie guard John Matubang extended the game then added more clutch baskets to lead University of Manila to a double overtime 94-87 victory over AMA Computer University yesterday in the National Athletics Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (Naascu) men’s basketball tournament at the New Era Gym here.

The 6-foot-3 guard sank the first of two free throws off a foul from Sander Salvador in the final 2.5 seconds of the fourth quarter to forge overtime, 71-all, after an exhausting game-long catch-up job by the Hawks.

Then he added six of his game-high 25 points in the next two overtime periods to help the Hawks snatch their fifth victory in six games. The Titans dropped to 3-4.

The victory kept UM in second place behind Informatics, which notched a seventh straight triumph at the expense of Centro Escolar, 69-67.

The Scorpions absorbed their third loss in six games.

Six-foot shooter Mario Leonida topscored for the Icons with 15 points most of them in the fourth quarter where they mounted a huge rally to overcome a 46-57 third-quarter deficit and ensure the win.

Lyceum of Subic Bay leaned on 6-foot-4 shooting guard Jessie James Collado to down STI, 82-78, while Our Lady of Fatima University (3-3) claimed its third win by routing winless University of Makati (0-7), 65-53.

Collado fired 25 points for the Sharks, who improved to 3-2.

The scores:
First Game
INFORMATICS 69—Leonida 15, Acuna 10, Castelo 9, Santos 9, Montuano 6, Sison 5, Del Rosario 4, Sodusta 4, Limpat 3.
CEU 67—Garcia 14, Lobaton 13, Caluren 10, Magno 9, Flores 6, Zapanta 5, Yambot 2, Acsayan 2, Marquez 2, Banas 2, Dy 2.
Quarters: 17-10, 35-29, 46-57, 69-67

Second Game
LSB 82—Collado 25, Baydo 12, Bilog 11, Labadan 10, Postrado 7, Ellano 5, Valencia 4, Velasco 2, Ignacio 2, Carey 2, Espineli 2.
STI 78—Bautista 18, Antonio 18, Ablaza 14, Sabellina 9, Cruz 5, Villadoz 4, Macabasco 4, Carino 3, Orias 2.
Quarters: 17-23, 35-38, 64-65, 82-78

Third Game
UM 94—Matubang 25, Viernes 19, Ibay 17, Sadsad 12, Delostrinos 8, Tamayo 6, Patricio 4, Manuel 3.
AMA 87—Salvador 19, Maravilla 18, Bernardo 16, Nicolas 8, Tan 6, Cabico 2, Mangalindan 2.
Quarters: 11-12, 25-33, 47-59, 71-71 OT, 81-81 2OT, 94-87

Fourth Game
OLFU 63—Guidaben 21, Valdevilla 10, Panes 8, R. Monserat 5, Basco 5, G. Monserat 3, Zapanta 2.
UMAK 53—Moreno 20, Sison 15, Graza 7, Junsay 6, Vitales 2.
Quarters: 21-8, 37-20, 47-38, 63-53

Mhel_Garrido
08-07-2009, 09:25 AM
STI Olympians bring down Informatics
Monday, August 03, 2009 4:00:00 AM |

Defending champion San Sebastian College-Cavite stayed unbeaten even as STI brought Informatics back to earth in the National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (Naascu) men's basketball tournament yesterday.

The SSC Baycats humbled the St. Clare College-Caloocan Saints, 78-48, and raised their unbeaten streak to six in a late game Saturday at the NEU gym.

The STI Olympians inflicted a first loss on the Informatics Icons, 79-45, after limiting their rivals to only seven points in the third period behind a full-court press.

The Olympians improved to 5-2 while the Icons dropped to 7-1.

The AMA Titans climbed to 4-4 while the Herons slumped to 0-8. Marc Anthony Reyes - INQUIRER.net

The scores:
First Game

AMACU 85 -- Salvador 17, Cabico 16, Mangalindan 16, Maravilla 10, Tan 7, Masigan 7, Bernardo 6, Agbi 4, Regala 2.
UMAK 71 -- Graza 22, Junsay 13, Sison 13, Capil 8, Moresco 5, Eugenio 5, Gonzaga 2, Serrano 2, Dalena 1.
Quarters: 18-17, 49-31, 74-53, 85-71

Second Game

STI 79 -- Ihalas 15, Ablaza 14, Antonio 12, Carino 12, Sabellina 6, Bautista 6, Bocablo 4, Po 3, Cruz 3, Villadoz 2.
INFORMATICS 45 -- Leonida 11, S. Santos 9, Azotea 8, Del Rosario 4, Balitao 3, Montuano 3, Ungco 2, Acuna 2, Sodusta 2, Limpat 1.

Quarters: 22-10, 32-20, 64-27, 79-45

Joescoundrel
08-14-2009, 11:09 AM
GO STI OLYMPIANS! BEAT NEW ERA! ;D

AnthonyServinio
08-14-2009, 11:55 AM
GO STI OLYMPIANS! BEAT NEW ERA! ;D

The Lyceum of Subic Bay Sharks defeated the New Era Hunters yesterday, 78-75, at the UM Gym. Therefore, the Hunters (3-7) are eliminated from the tournament regardless of the outcome of their game this Sunday against the STI Olympians (7-3).

The Olympians have to win order to force a three-way tie at 8-3 for Third to Fifth Place with Informatics and Lyceum. That being said, STI holds the superior FIBA Quotient of 1.236, followed by Lyceum (1.000) and Informatics (0.836). A loss will keep them at Fifth Place and Informatics and Lyceum getting Third and Fourth Place. Informatics beat Lyceum in Round One, 72-68.

The FIBA Quotient uses only the scores of the games of the teams involved against each other. Total points scored are divided by the total score of their opponents. The final rankings will be used to determine the schedule for Round Two beginning this coming Monday morning (August 17) at the Pasay City Sports Complex.

Mhel_Garrido
09-01-2009, 06:16 AM
NAASCU: Informatics, STI keep hopes alive
INFORMATICS International Colleges humbled AMA Computer University, 83-75, while STI Colleges edged Lyceum of Subic Bay, 57-55, in a pair of crucial matches in the battle for the remaining two semis berths in the 9th National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (NAASCU) men’s basketball tournament at the Pasay Sports Complex.

Mario Leonida and two other mainstays scored in double figures for the Jonathan Reyes-mentored Icons, who clinched their 12th win in 17 matches for solo third place behind defending champion San Sebastian College-Cavite and five-time winner University of Manila.

Leonida finished with 16 points and 14 rebounds, while Vincent Jabagat added 15 points and Mark Anthony Limpat contributed 13 points for Informatics, which is making only their second year in the league.

Dennis Maravilla and Abdel Mbomiko finished with 15 points apiece for the Titans, whio formally bowed out of contention with 6-11 win-loss mark.

The Olympians of coach Vic Ycasiano leaned on the troika of Norman Ihalas, Virgilio Carino and Mac Macabasco in the last minute to stun the Sharks, and tie their victim at 11-6 card for the fourth spot.

STI and Lyceum will try to win their final-day assignments against Informatics and AMACU, respectively, on Wednesday to force a triple tie with the Icons to decide who will enter the No. 3 and No. 4 spot in the cross-over semifinals on Friday.

Ihalas scored 13 points and Carino had 12.

Jessie James Collado led the Sharks with 14 points.


The scores:

First game

Informatics (83) -- Leonida 16, Jabagat 15, Limpat 13, Montuano 9, S.Santos 8, K.Santos 5, Asinas 5, Del Rosario 4, Castello 3, sison 2, Kahal 2, Limin 0, Azotea 0, Magat 0, Acuna 0, Baltao 0.

AMACU (75) -- Maravilla 15, Mbomiko 15, Mangalindan 13, Bernardo 12, Salvador 9, Nicholas 6, Cabico 5, Tan 0, Tam 0, Masigan 0, Agbi 0.

Quarterscores: 23-13, 40-33, 60-61, 83-75.

Second game

STI (57) -- Ihalas 13, Carino 12, Bautista 6, Orias 5, Sabellina 4, Dagulpo 4, Antonio 4, Macabasco 2, Cruz 1, Po 0, Reyes 0, Pascual 0, Ablaza 0, Bocalbo 0.

Lyceum (55) -- Collado 14, Labadan 8, Postrado 7, Velasco 6, Ellano 6, Baydo 5, Carey 3, Valencia 2, Bilog 2, Bote 2, Espenelli 0, Carter 0, Ignacio 0.

Quarterscores: 14-16, 22-36, 39-47, 57-55.

Mhel_Garrido
09-03-2009, 11:31 PM
Lyceum, STI gain Naascu Final Four
By Marc Anthony Reyes
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 23:49:00 09/02/2009

Filed Under: Basketball
GAMES FRIDAY (San Juan Gym)
1 p.m.—UM vs STI
2:30 p.m.—LSB vs SSC-R Cavite


LYCEUM OF SUBIC BAY AND STI barged into the Final Four with resounding victories over their respective rivals yesterday in the National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (Naascu) men’s basketball tournament at the UM Gym.

LSB banked on a fourth-quarter scoring binge by Richard Velasco to down Informatics, 74-62, while STI blasted AMA Computer, 66-54.

Waiting for the winners in the semifinals starting tomorrow at the San Juan gym are league-leaders San Sebastian College-Recoletos of Cavite and six-time champion University of Manila, who both enjoy twice-to-beat incentives.

LSB takes on SSC-R Cavite at 2:30 p.m. after the 1 p.m. clash between STI and UM.

The scores:
First Game
LSB 74—Collado 18, Espineli 11, Velasco 10, Carey 9, Valencia 7, Postrado 6, Baydo 4, Ignacio 3, Ellano 3, Labadan 3, Bilog 0.

INFORMATICS 62—Montuano 20, K. Santos 14, Limpat 13, Leonida 7, Sodusta 4, Del Rosario 2, S. Santos 2, Castelo 0, Acuna 0.
Quarters: 24-18, 39-37, 57-50, 74-62

Second Game
STI 66—Ihalas 20, Carino 8, Macabasco 8, Antonio 6, Ablaza 6, Bautista 4, Cruz 4, Daguplo 2, Bocablo 0, Po 0.

AMACU 54—Salvador 14, Maravilla 8, Mangalindan 8, Bernardo 6, Mbomiko 6, Masigan 6, Cabico 4, Tan 2, Nicolas 0, Tam 0.
Quarters: 13-17, 28-25, 45-50, 66-54

Mhel_Garrido
09-04-2009, 06:25 AM
NAASCU: STI, Lyceum reach semis
Games today (San Juan gyn)

1 p.m. – UM* vs. STI
2:30 p.m – Lyceum* vs. SSC-Cavite*

-- * twice to beat

FORMER champion STI Colleges crushed arch-rival AMA Computer University, 66-54, to enter the ‘Final Four’ for fifth straight year, even as Lyceum of Subic Bay ousted Informatics International Colleges, 74-62, in the 9th National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (NAASCU) men's basketball tournament at the UM gym in Gastambide, Manila.

Handled by coach Vic Ycasiano, the Olympians received another huge game from veteran guard Norman Ihalas to beat the Titans and clinch the No. 3 spot in the crossover semifinals in this 12-team double-round tournament organized by NAASCU president Dr. Ernesto Jay Adalem.

Ihalas scattered 20 points for the Olympians, who closed out their elimination round campaign with a 12-6 win-loss card and earned the right to face five-time titlist University of Manila in the crossover semifinals at 1 p.m. today.

MacLean Sabellina, Mac Macabsaco and Martin Antonio contributed eight points apiece for STI, which need to beat UM twice to reach the finals.

But the Hawks of coach Jojo Castillo, consultant Rex Manansala and manager Atty. Ernesto de los Santos, have already beaten the Olympians twice during the eliminations, 73-62 and 72-58.

Sander Salvador carried the fight for the Titans with 14 points.

The Sharks of coach Kerwin McCoy and manager Alfornso Borda leaned on Jessie James Collado, Jayson Espenelli and Richard Velasco to slam tne door on the Icons.

Collado, a 6-4 slotman, finished with 14 points and 10 rebounds, while Espenelli added 11 points for the Olongapo City-based squad.

Lyceum will battle defending champion San Sebastian College-Cavite in the crossover semifinals with the Baycats enjoying a twice-to-beat advantage.

The Icons were led by Mark Montuano with 20 points, Kenneth Santos with 14 points and Mark Limpat with 13 points.

Actually, STI, Lyceum and Informatics finished with similar 12-6 slates, but the Olympians and the Sharks advance to the next round due to higher quotient scores.

STI had a plus 30 points for the No. 3 spot and Lyceum had a plus 10 for No. 4 spot. Informatics got a negative 44 points to fail to reach the final four.


The scores:

Lyceum (74) -- Collado 18, Espenelli 11, Velasco 10, Carey 9, Valencia 7, Postrado 6, Baydo 4, Ignacio 3, Ellano 3, Labadan 3, Bilog 0.

Informatics (62) -- Montiano 20, K.Santos 14, Limpat 13, Leonida 7, Sodusta 4, Del Rosario 2, S.Santos 2, Castello 0, Acuna 0.

Quarterscores: 24-18, 39-37, 57-50,74-62

Second game:

STI (66) -- Ihalas 20, Sabellina 8, Macabasco 8, Antonio 8, Carino 6, Ablaza 6, Bautista 4, Cruz 4, Dagulpo 2, Bocalbo 0, Po 0.

AMACU (54) -- Salvador 14, Maravilla 8, Mangalindan 8, Bernardo 6, Mbomiko 6, Masigan 6, Cabico 4, Tan 2, Nicholas 0, Tam 0.

Quarterscores: 13-17, 28-25, 45-50, 66-54.

Mhel_Garrido
09-04-2009, 06:25 AM
Good luck to the STI COllege Olympians. Kaya niyo yan!

chinito_guy
09-04-2009, 01:52 PM
Go Olympians! Sir Mhel update mamaya sa result ng Final 4, ang hirap ng situation natin, twice to beat ang UM, pagbutihin nyo Olympians!! ;D ;D ;D

Mhel_Garrido
09-05-2009, 11:52 AM
NAASCU: Lyceum, STI forge sudden death vs SSC-Cavite, UM
Games Monday: (Pasay Sports Complex)

12:30 p.m. -- STI vs. UM
2 p.m. -- SSC-C vs Lyceum

THE highly-anticipated San Sebastian College-Cavite-University of Manila title showdown will have to wait.

Or it may not take place at all.

Lyceum of Subic Bay edged defending champion SSC-Cavite, 76-72, in overtime and STI College toppled five-time winner UM, 70-58, to force a pair of sudden death matches for the two finals berths in the 2009 National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities 9NAASCU) men’s basketball tournament at the San Juan Coliseum.

The knockout matches will be held on Monday with the winners advancing to the best-of-three title showdown.

Handled by coach Kerwin McCoy and schoolowner Alfonso Borda and led by veteran Jessie James Collado, the Sharks came through with the baskets that mattered most in the tensly-fought encounter to beat the Baycats and keep their hopes of rwaching the finals for the first time ever alive.

Collado, a 6-5 center with a big fighting heart, scattered four of his game-high 22 points in overtime to power the Subic-based Sharks to victory over the heavly-favored Baycats.

Rokie guard Vergel Baydo also rose to the occasion, hitting a huge three-point shot in the extra period.

Billy Ray Labadan added 11 points and Richard Velasco contributed 10 points for Lyceum, which handed SSC-Cavite only its second defeat in the 12-team, double-round tournament.

Jhun Gracilla led SSC-Cavite with 22 points, followed by Kris Lucernas with 15 points and Lito Escobal with 11 points.

Lyceum’s win came after STI also kept its hope slaive with a surprise win over UM.

The Olympians controlled the tempo of the game from start to finish to beat the Hawks and force a rubber match for final slot.

Mac Macabasco fired 15 points for the Olympians, who need to beat the Hawks twice to enter the finals.

Rookies Martin Antonio and Gerald Bautista added 11 and 10 points, respectively..

Jay-Ar Manuel topscored for the Jojo Castillo-mentored Hawks with 14 points.

Alvin Viernes and Edwin Tamayo added 23 points between them.

But UM’s high-scoring forward, John Matubang, was limited to only nine points by the tight defense put up by Mark Orias and Bautìsta.

The scores

First game

STI (70) -- Macabasco 15, Antonio 11, Bautista 10, Sabellina 9, Carino 7, Reyes 5, Ihalas 4, Cruz 3, Vìlladoz 3, Ablaza 3, Bocalbo 0, Po 0,Dagulpo 0, Pascual 0.

UM (58) -- Manuel 14, Viernes 12, Tamayo 11, Matubang 9, Rabalo 6, Delos Trinos 4, Patricio 2, Fr.Jacob 0, Ibay 0, Fe.Jacob 0, Basan 0, Macasaet 0, Sanguyo 0.

Quarterscores: 23-8, 41-23, 57-42, 70-58.

Second game

Lyceum (76) - Collado 20, Baydo 13, Labadan 11, Velasco 10, Bilog 6, Espenelli 2, Carey 2, Bote 2, Ellano 0, Valencia 0, Postrado 0, Carter 0.

SSC-C (72) - Gracilla 22, Lucernas 15, Escobal 11, Antipuesto 10, Ra.Alcosebas 9, Pantonia 4, Acain 1, Basa 0, Atangan 0, Callado 0.

Quarterscores: 11-19, 31-32, 44-49, 66-66, 76-72.

Mhel_Garrido
09-05-2009, 11:52 AM
GO STI!
Lets win again on monday.
Pasay City Sports Complex
12:30 PM

See you there!

Joescoundrel
09-07-2009, 05:02 PM
Aga, did you oust UM...? Please tell me you ousted UM...

Mhel_Garrido
09-09-2009, 01:44 PM
amportunately kami ang naeliminate huhuhu :'(

AASCU: SSC-Cavite, UM arrange title showdown
Game tomorrow: (Cuneta Astrodome)

1 pm -- SSC-C vs UM

THERE will be San Sebastian College Cavite-University of Manila title showdown, after all.

Defending champion SSC-Cavite subdued Lyceum of Subic Bay, 90-81, while five-time titlist UM outsteadied former champion STI College, 72-68, to set up a title showdown in the 2009 National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (NAASCU) men’s basketball tournament at the Pasay Sports Complex.

The best-of-three title showdown will begin tomorrow at the Cuneta Astrodome.

Denied of the outright finals berths last Friday, the Baycats and the Hawks made sure there’s no stopping them this time.

“We’re very to be back in the finals and defend our title against UM,” said SSC-Cavite coach Edgar Macaraya.

Said UM coach Jojo Castillo: “We’ll be ready against them (Baycats). The team is looking forward to winning its sixth title in nine year sin the league.”

Junjun Gracilla scattered 23 points to lead two other players in double figures for the Cavite City-based Baycats, who topped the elimination round with a near-perfect 17-1 win-loss record.

Howard Pantonia added 18 points and Lyle Antipuesto contributed 16 points for the Baycats, who are seeking their second straight title.

Jessie James Collado paced the Sharks with 20 points, followed by Billy Labadan and Richard Velasco with 14 point each.

Equally impressive were the Hawks, who relied on rookie guard Jeff Alvin Viernes to slam the door on the Olympians.

Viernes, a 20-year-old recruit from Albano, Isabela almost singlehandedly carried the scoring load for the Hawks in the payoff period, scoring 18 of his 19 points.

John Matubang, another prized recruit by team manager Atty. Ernesto de los Santos and consultant Rex Manansala, added 17 points for UM, which is seeking to win another title after a five-year reign from 2000-2005.

Maclean Sabellina topscored for the Olympians with 20 points, followed by Martin Antonio with 15, Norman Ihalas with 11 and Mac Macabasco with 10.

It was the first time that STI missed the finals since 2005.

The Olympians lost to UM and AMACU in 2005 and 2006 finals before bagging their first title in 2007.

The team reached the finals again last year before losing to SSC-Cavite.


The scores

First game

UM (72) -- Viernes 19, Matubang 17, Rabalo 12, Delos Trinos 9, Manuel 7, Patricio 4, Tamayo 2, Sanguyo 2, Basan 0, Ibay 0.

STI (68) -- Sabellina 20, Antonio 15, Ihalas 11, Macabasco 10, Reyes 5, Bautista 3, Carino 2, Cruz 2, Ablaza 0, Bocalbo 0, Orias 0, Dagulpo 0, Po 0, Villadoz 0, Pascual 0.

Quarterscores: 10-9, 26-34, 48-53, 72-68.

Second game

SSC-C (90) - Gracilla 23, Pantonia 18, Antipuesto 16, Lucernas 9, Ray.Alcosebas 9, Escobal 7, Pasagui 4, Basa 0, Reyes 0, Atangan 0, Filio 0.

Lyceum (81) - Collado 20, Labadan 14, Velasco 14, Baydo 10, Bote 10, Postrado 5, Valencia 5, Espenelli 3, Carey 0, Fuentevella 0, Carter 0, Ellano 0.

Quarterscores: 30-14, 46-28, 61-53, 90-81.

cjacastillo13
09-09-2009, 07:58 PM
LUTO ang game ng LSB vs SSC last sept 7.
akala namin malakas yang baste un pla kailangan pa ng tulong ng referees. tse! >:(
if i know nangangatog yang baste sa lyceum.. hhaha..
mga talunan! ;D

Mhel_Garrido
09-13-2009, 07:53 AM
First congrats to Lyceum for beating Baste last sept 4, napakalakas ng lahat ng teams sa FInal Four. This is the first time in my memory that a #4 team beat the #1 team in the final four to forge a knock out.

Malakas ang baste pero they are beatable. Sayang at we didnt get the chance to meet them again.

My players are young and the core will be playing for another two years so hopefully we can improve next year.

STI College Olympians vs. Lyceum of SUbic Bay tomorrow - that is a very nice treat for the NAASCU fans.

Mhel_Garrido
09-16-2009, 11:48 AM
September 16, 2009 05:00 PM Wednesday Article read 101 time(s)
SSC-Cavite retains NAASCU title
By: Ed Andaya
SAN Sebastian College-Cavite made it two years in a row by winning the title in the 2009 National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (NAASCU) basketball tournament.

SSC-Cavite brought down five-time titlist University of Manila, 98-91, in overtime to retain the title before another big crowd at the Cuneta Astrodome in Psay City.

The Edgar Macaraya-mentored Baycats went to Jhun Gracilla in the tensely-fought encounter and beat the Hawks for the second straight game in the scheduled best-of-three title series and become only the second team in league history since UM to retain the title.

Gracilla, who was also voted as most valuable player (MVP), scored six of his team-high 24 points in the extra period and powered the Baycats to a quick 92-83 lead from 83-all at the end of regulation.

Last year’s MVP Kris Lucernas added 22 points and 13 rebounds, while Jeri Basa contributed 15 points, including five in overtime, to complete the Baycats’ memorable campaign. Raymond Alcosebas and Lito Escobal added 12 and 10 points, respectively.

“We’re very, very happy to win the title again. This is another major achievement for the team,” said Macaraya, who was also voted as the best coach in the tournament.

“But we could not have done it for two straight years without the support of the school management and all our supporters, so we dedicate this victory to them," added Macaraya, who steered the Baycats to their first title over the STI Olympians last year.

NAASCU president Dr. Ernesto Jay Adalem of St. Clare College (Caloocan) and NAASCU honorary chairman Atty. Ernesto de los Santos of UM awarded the trophy to SSC-Cavite president Fr. Emilio Jaruda during the brief awarding ceremony.

Gracilla and Lucernas were later named in the mythical team, along with UM’s John Matubang, STI’s Gerald Bautista and Lyceum’s Jessie James Collado. Jeff Alvin Viernes of UM was chosen as rookie of the year.

Overall, the Cavite City-based Baycats finished with a 20-2 win-loss record, including 17-1 in the double-round eliminations. They lost only to Lyceum of Subic Bay in the eliminations and to STI College in the crossover semifinals.

It was a big disappointment for UM, which was hoping to add the seniors title to the junior and women titles it earlier won and complete a rare grand slam.

UM won both the junior and women’s crowns earlier this month.

Gene Roland Tumapat, who both piloted the Hawklets and Hawkettes to the crown, was named coach of the year in both divisions.

Mark Vincent Garcia and Sweeely Morona of UM were named MVP in the junior and women’s divisions, respectively.

IR Ariel Bermeo was named Referee of the Year

Actually, the Baycats had a chance to win the game outright but Viernes nailed two pressure-packed free throws to tie the score at 83-all with 43 seconds.

Both SSC-Cavite and UM missed their final shots to send the game into overtime.

In overtime, the Baycats went on a 9-0 run triggered by Gracilla to take a commanding 92-83 lead which they never relinquished.

Matubang tried to keep the Hawks alive, hitting back-to-back three-point shots for 89-92 with still 1:10 left. But Gracila, Lucernas and Lyle Antipuesto scored a basket each to settle the outcome of the match, 98-89 with 15 second left.

Viernes finished with 35 points for the Hawks of coach Jojo Castillo and consultant Rex Manansala.

Matubang added 27 markers.


The scores

SSC-C (98) -- Gracilla 24, Lucernas 22, Basa 15, Ray. Alcosebas 12, Escobal 10, Antipuesto 9, Pantonia 4, Acain 2, Filio 0, Pasagui 0, Ro.Alcosebas 0, Reyes 0, Atangan 0, Callado 0, Pono 0

UM (91) -- Vienes 35, Matubang 27, Manuel 14, Rabalo 8, Tamayo 4, Delos Trinos 3, Ibay 0, Patricio 0, Basan 0, Macasaet 0, Sanguyo 0, Fr.Jacob 0, Fe.Jacob 0, Mallada 0.

Quarterscores: 17-20, 40-37, 70-58, 83-all, 98-91.

Mhel_Garrido
09-16-2009, 02:10 PM
Congratulations to Fr. Jaruda for the success of San Sebastian College Cavite