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urzafailure
03-18-2010, 05:59 PM
From here - http://www.facebook.com/notes/the-official-abs-cbn-sports-page/2010-filoil-flying-v-pre-season-invitational-basketball-tournament-schedule/339819838996

2010 FilOil Flying V Pre-Season Invitational Basketball Tournament Schedule
(Venue: FilOil Flying V Arena, San Juan City)
Televised Games in Bold

10-Apr 1pm Opening Ceremonies
Opening day 2pm De La Salle-Zobel vs Ateneo Jrs
Saturday 4pm Ateneo vs San Beda Srs
6pm De La Salle vs Letran Srs

14-Apr 9am Letran vs Mapua Jrs
Wednesday 11am UPHSD vs NU Jrs
1pm FEU vs RP Youth U13 Jrs
3pm Mapua vs SSCR Srs
5pm RP Youth U18 vs JRU Srs

16-Apr 9am San Beda vs Adamson Jrs
Friday 11am UST vs UE Jrs
1pm San Beda vs Arellano Srs
3pm FEU vs Adamson Srs
5pm De La Salle vs EAC Srs

17-Apr 9am NU vs EAC Jrs
Saturday 11am SSCR vs Arellano Jrs
1pm RP Youth U18 vs Mapua Srs
3pm Ateneo vs Letran Srs
5pm UE vs SSCR Srs

21-Apr 9am JRU vs UPHSD Jrs
Wednesday 11am La Salle GH vs UP Jrs
1pm Ateneo vs UPHSD Srs
3pm EAC vs San Beda Srs
5pm UP vs De La Salle Srs

23-Apr 9am San Beda vs Mapua/Malayan Jrs
Friday 11am UST vs SSCR Jrs
1pm Adamson vs Mapua Srs
3pm UPHSD vs Letran Srs
5pm FEU vs RP Youth U18 Srs

24-Apr 9am RP Youth U13 vs Adamson Jrs
Saturday 11am FEU vs Letran Jrs
2pm UE vs FEU Srs
4pm De La Salle vs Ateneo Srs
6pm JRU vs SSCR Srs

28-Apr 9am EAC vs UPHSD Jrs
Wednesday 11am UST vs La Salle GH Jrs
1pm EAC vs UP Srs
3pm UPHSD vs Arellano Srs
5pm UE vs Mapua Srs

1-May 9am Mapua/Malayan vs Adamson Jrs
Saturday 11am UE vs UP Jrs
1pm MAPUA vs JRU Srs
3pm EAC vs Arellano Srs
5pm Adamson vs UE Srs

5-May 11am UST vs Arellano Jrs
Wednesday 1pm De La Salle-Zobel vs UPHSD Jrs
3pm CSB vs Mapua Srs
5pm Ateneo vs Arellano Srs

7-May 11am FEU vs Mapua Jrs
Friday 1pm Ateneo vs JRU Jrs
3pm NU vs JRU Srs
5pm UP vs Letran Srs

8-May 9am UE vs SSCR Jrs
Saturday 11am UP vs Arellano Jrs
1pm CSB vs UE Srs
3pm EAC vs Ateneo Srs
5pm Adamson vs NU Srs

12-May 9am FEU vs Adamson Jrs
Wednesday 11am Ateneo vs UPHSD Jrs
1pm CSB vs FEU Srs
3pm UP vs Arellano Srs
5pm UE vs NU Srs

14-May 11am EAC vs JRU Jrs
Friday 1pm NU vs De La Salle-Zobel Jrs
3pm UP vs UPHSD Srs
5pm CSB vs SSCR Srs

15-May 9am UST vs UP Jrs
Saturday 11am UE vs Arellano Jrs
1pm RP Youth U18 vs NU Srs
3pm Arellano vs Letran Srs
5pm UE vs JRU Srs

19-May 9am RP Youth U13 vs Mapua Jrs
Wednesday 11am SSCR vs La Salle GH Jrs
1pm RP Youth U18 vs UE Srs
3pm San Beda vs UPHSD Srs
5pm CSB vs JRU Srs

21-May 9am Ateneo vs NU Jrs
Friday 11am De La Salle-Zobel vs EAC Jrs
1pm EAC vs UPHSD Srs
3pm Adamson vs SSCR Srs
5pm De La Salle vs Arellano Srs

22-May 11am Adamson vs RP Youth U18 Srs
Saturday 1pm NU vs FEU Srs
3pm San Beda vs Letran Srs
5pm San Beda vs Letran Jrs

26-May 9am NU vs JRU Jrs
Wednesday 11am La Salle GH vs Arellano Jrs
1pm SSCR vs RP Youth U18 Srs
3pm CSB vs Adamson Srs
5pm NU vs Mapua Srs

28-May 11am Ateneo vs EAC Jrs
Friday 1pm UP vs SSCR Jrs
3pm Mapua vs FEU Srs
5pm EAC vs Letran Srs

29-May 9am RP Youth U13 vs SBC Jrs
Saturday 11am Letran vs Adamson Jrs
1pm RP Youth U18 vs CSB Srs
3pm SSCR vs FEU Srs
5pm San Beda vs De La Salle Srs

4-Jun 9am UE vs La Salle GH Jrs
Friday 11am De La Salle-Zobel vs JRU Jrs
1pm NU vs CSB Srs
3pm Adamson vs JRU Srs
5pm De La Salle vs UPHSD Srs

5-Jun 11am No. 3 vs No. 6 Jrs
Saturday 1pm No. 4 vs No. 5 Jrs
3pm UP vs San Beda Srs
5pm FEU vs JRU Srs

9-Jun 11pm A2 vs B3 Srs
Wednesday 2pm A1 vs B4 Srs
Quarters 4pm B1 vs A4 Srs
6pm B2 vs A3 Srs

11-Jun 9am No. 2 vs Winner 4-5 Jrs
Friday 11am No.1 vs Winner 3-6 Jrs
Semis 2pm Winner A1-B4 vs Winner B2-A3 Srs
4pm Winner B1-A4 vs Winner A2-B3 Srs

13-Jun 8am Jrs Battle for 3rd Jrs
Sunday 10pm Srs Battle for 3rd Srs
Finals/3rd 12pm Cheerleading Finals
2pm Juniors Championship Jrs
Special Awards Ceremony
4pm Seniors Championship Srs

kernsten
03-21-2010, 10:19 PM
may bago na pong schedule...

loy
03-22-2010, 01:40 AM
pls post the latest schedule. .tnx

urzafailure
03-22-2010, 07:08 AM
That's the latest I've seen. If there's a newer one, post it instead of just saying that there's a new one ;)

Curious
03-22-2010, 12:07 PM
San ba makikita ang final sked ng Filoil?

Tsaka kelan ang labas ng final lineups ng mga teams? :)

mrard
03-22-2010, 08:58 PM
Venue: FILOIL FLYING V ARENA (San Juan City)
April 10-June13.
TV GAMES will be aired over Studio 23.
Seniors lang po ito. Hindi ko na isinama ang JRS. thanks:)


***April 10, Saturday.
1pm OPENING CEREMONIES
2pm Ateneo vs San Beda (TV GAME)
4pm DLSU vs Letran (TV GAME)
6pm JRU vs SSCR

***April 14, Wednesday
3pm Adamson vs MAPUA
5pm Perp vs Arellano

***April 16, Friday
1pm MAPUA vs JRU
3pm DLSU vs EAC
5pm San Beda vs UP

*** April 17, Saturday
1pm FEU vs Adamson
3pm Ateneo vs Letran
5pm UE vs SSCR

***April 21, Wednesday
3pm EAC vs San Beda
5pm UP vs DLSU

***April 23, Friday
3pm Arellano vs Letran
5pm EAC vs UP

***April 24, Saturday
2pm UE vs FEU ( TV GAME)
4pm DLSU vs ADMU (TV GAME)

***April 28, Wednesday
1pm SSCR vs RPYOUTH U18
3pm Ateneo vs Perp
5pm UE vs MAPUA

***April 30, Friday
1pm EAC vs Arellano
3pm RPYOUTH u18 vs FEU
5pm Adamson vs UE

***MAY 1, Saturday
1pm csb vs JRU
3pm MAPUA vs RPYOUTH u18
5pm UP vs Ateneo

***May 5, Wednesday
1pm RPYOUTH U18 VS UE
3pm Ateneo vs Arellano
5pm NU vs JRU

***May 7, Friday
1pm csb vs feu
3pm adamson vs rpyouth u18
5pm up vs letran

***May 8, Saturday
1pm RPYOUTH u18 vs JRU
3pm eac vs Ateneo
5pm SSCR vs NU

***May 12, Wednesday
1pm csb vs ue
3pm nu vs MAPUA
5pm FEU vs JRU

***May 14, Friday
3pm CSB vs SSCR
5pm UP vs Arellano

***May 15, Saturday
1pm Perp vs UP
3pm Adamson vs NU
5pm UE vs JRU

***May19, Wednesday
1pm CSB vs Adamson
3pm Perp vs Letran
5pm UE vs NU

***May 21, Friday
3pm DLSU vs Perp
5pm Adamson vs SSCR

***May 22, Saturday
11AM MAPUA vs CSB
1pm NU vs FEU
3pm SanBeda vs Letran

***May 26, Wednesday
1pm MAPUA vs SSCR
3pm EAC vs Letran
5pm San Beda vs Arellano

***May 28, Friday
1pm RPYOUTH u18 vs CSB
3pm MAPUA vs FEU
5pm EAC vs UPHSD

***May 29, Saturday
1pm RPYOUTH u18 vs NU
3pm SSCR vs FEU
5pm SAn Beda vs DLSU

***June 4, Friday
3pm NU cs CSB
5pm DLSU vs Arellano

***June 5, Saturday
3pm Perp vs San Beda
5pm Adamson vs JRU

***June 9, Wednesday QUARTERFINALS
11am A2 vs B3
2pm A1 vs B4 (TV GAME)
4pm B1 vs A4 (TV GAME)
6pm B2 vs A3

***June 11, Friday SEMIS
2pm Winner A1-B4 vs Winner B2-A3 (TV GAME)
4pm Winner B1-A4 vs Winner A2-B3 (TV GAME)

***JUNE 12, CHEERLEADING COmpetition
SAturday, 1pm

***June 13, Sunday
10am SENIORS battle for THIRD
<b/2pm Juniors Championship (TV GAME)

Special Awards Ceremony

4pm SENIORS CHAMPIONSHIP (TV GAME)

green_girl
03-22-2010, 10:17 PM
What is the revised schedule for the juniors games?

kuzma1313
03-22-2010, 10:37 PM
Sana pati mga players every team for fil-oil..

Mel
04-06-2010, 09:15 AM
meron ng incomplete (not all teams) rosters sa inboundpass.com

jf1818
04-07-2010, 09:53 AM
what channel will carry the game n wat tym

maroonmartian
04-07-2010, 02:01 PM
Venue: FILOIL FLYING V ARENA (San Juan City)
April 10-June13.
TV GAMES will be aired over Studio 23.


^ that could answer your query. As for the games to be aired may (TV GAME) na nakalagay. For lineups, just check inboundpass.com pero di nga lang complete.

jf1818
04-10-2010, 03:52 AM
u mean pag wala naka lagay tv game ...hindi televised....eh iilan game lang may tv game nakalagay

maroonmartian
04-10-2010, 08:22 AM
u mean pag wala naka lagay tv game ...hindi televised....eh iilan game lang may tv game nakalagay

Naiinis man ako dahil yung TV games ay napakadalang (once every two weeks) >:(, probably yes. Pero OK na rin yan for me na walang cable. Last year pag wala ka cable di mo talaga mapapanood except kung manood ka LIVE (mahal pa naman para sa aming class D citizens ;D).

To those who posted the skeds, do you have any idea if all of the games will be aired in your cable channel BALLS? Hirap kasi icompact yan dahil andaming mga tournaments especially sa World Cup (Actually mas excited ako dito dahil siguro this event happens only once every four years).

paolo
04-12-2010, 11:28 PM
;)Televised or not, I really would like to congratulate all the people behind the 2010 Fil-Oil Flying V Pre-Season Tournament! With seventeen (17) senior teams competing in this tournament what more can you ask from the organizers!

The_Big_Cat
04-16-2010, 02:03 PM
San Beda leads UP

1st Qtr: 17-14
2nd Qtr: 34-30

The_Big_Cat
04-16-2010, 02:23 PM
San Beda leads UP

1st Qtr: 17-14
2nd Qtr: 34-30



San Beda extends lead over UP by 11 points at the end of 3rd Qtr, 55-44.

pio_valenz
04-16-2010, 02:26 PM
From a text: Beda up by 5 with 6 minutes left.

maroonmartian
04-16-2010, 02:35 PM
Are there any surprise in UP's lineup this year? :D May Josh Saret daw for UP? ???

The_Big_Cat
04-16-2010, 02:37 PM
San Beda leads UP

1st Qtr: 17-14
2nd Qtr: 34-30



San Beda extends lead over UP by 11 points at the end of 3rd Qtr, 55-44.


65-61 SBC. 86 seconds left.

pio_valenz
04-16-2010, 02:46 PM
Beda wins by 9.

The_Big_Cat
04-16-2010, 02:54 PM
^San Beda 70, UP 61.

Joescoundrel
04-16-2010, 03:12 PM
NO Ateneo-Letran game at Fil Oil tomorrow, UE-Baste then FEU-Adamson, that is officially from the Fil Oil Commissioners.

matador
04-19-2010, 03:13 AM
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bchoter
04-20-2010, 12:34 AM
That's Su in the 10th pic right. So all's well then. Just two very competitive guys letting off some steam

kobe_lion
04-20-2010, 04:18 PM
sino yung american player ng UP? :) match up vs su?

bchoter
04-20-2010, 07:56 PM
aling "american"? Si alinko o si Lopez?

fujitsu
04-20-2010, 08:04 PM
aling "american"? Si alinko o si Lopez?


nahaluan ng dugong katutubo naman si lopez :D

maroonmartian
04-21-2010, 01:18 AM
sino yung american player ng UP? :) match up vs su?

If you are talking about the white kid na parang Amboy na leading scorer last game, that is Michael Silungan, a Fil-Am. Stands about 6'3 and is a solid three point shooter.

Di American si Alinko Mbah, alam ko African yan (can't remember what nation). Nasabi ni Nokia that this guy used to play in their country's youth team.

Joescoundrel
04-21-2010, 07:03 AM
From the Fil Oil Commissioner's Office:

Updated schedule - Ateneo vs Lasalle Seniors at 4:00PM this Saturday 24 April 2010 at the Arena in San Juan, to be followed at 6:00 PM by Ateneo vs Lasalle Zobel, same venue.

The first game is FEU vs UE Seniors at 2:00 PM, same venue.

Seeing as how all three games are of interest, my advice for those driving to Arena to be there for the FEU-UE game as early as possible. It's either that or you park quite a walk away from Arena.






Gameface is Philippine Basketball

Joescoundrel
04-21-2010, 07:05 AM
Alinko is from Cameroon, I recall, he's a homeboy of Pipo Nuondoo of FEU and Etame Joe of JRU.

Outlander
04-21-2010, 08:28 AM
The American player for UP is Moriah Gingerich from Faith Academy, while their African player is Mbah “Alinko” Ifeanyi. Mike Silungan is Filipino-American, but he doesn't look like a white guy.

bchoter
04-22-2010, 12:06 AM
Alinko is from Cameroon, I recall, he's a homeboy of Pipo Nuondoo of FEU and Etame Joe of JRU.
All the while I thought he was part of tee Nigerian u18 squad

Spikermike
04-22-2010, 08:16 AM
^Expect Mike "The Shelter" Silungan to always bring his A-game whenever the Fighting Maroons face our Red Lions. He was cut by Frankie Lim several years ago from the RL. Maybe to give way to other players??? Hay, he would be valuable asset, especially this coming season 86. We need more outside shooters.

In last year's Fil-Oil tourney, he torched us for 33 pts, many from beyond the arc. This summer, he again led UP in scoring versus our recent match against them. Notwithstanding, we won against UP in both matches.

Still, why he was cut from the remains a mystery.. Oh well... ???

LION
04-22-2010, 09:04 AM
Mike Silungan was cut by Frankie? Not at all.

Mike was taken from us by Aboy Castro. That was the time when our Team B was totally neglected by Frankie who didn't even know who the Team B players were. Snob kasi. At that time, Frankie was literally unaware of how good Mike Silungan is. That's one of Frankie's major blunders as a coach. Being totally clueless. Nasa atin na, nawala pa. Thanks to Frankie.

MonL
04-22-2010, 10:36 AM
Mike Silungan was cut by Frankie? Not at all.

Mike was taken from us by Aboy Castro. That was the time when our Team B was totally neglected by Frankie who didn't even know who the Team B players were. Snob kasi. At that time, Frankie was literally unaware of how good Mike Silungan is. That's one of Frankie's major blunders as a coach. Being totally clueless. Nasa atin na, nawala pa. Thanks to Frankie.



This is another one in a growing list of "big ones that got away" stories that will be the stuff of legend years from now and constant "what ifs" today. Sad thing is, many other such stories are currently potentially in the pipeline.

mighty_lion
04-22-2010, 10:38 AM
We ended up with better shooter in Melo Lim. Di lang nagagamit. ;)

bchoter
04-22-2010, 07:52 PM
Coach Frankie was not impressed with Marty Pearce during his recent try out. SBC's loss will be JRU's gain.

red18
04-22-2010, 08:57 PM
frankie is really stupid! wala ng pinakamagaling kung hindi si melo lim! marami tayong na sayang, sulingan,pearce,principe,padilla and more. stupidong kalbo! >:(

red18
04-22-2010, 08:59 PM
dapat wala si melo lim, soliman, even sudan. mahina si sudan.

mighty_lion
04-22-2010, 09:07 PM
Coach Frankie was not impressed with Marty Pearce during his recent try out. SBC's loss will be JRU's gain.


I wonder what happend to the kid. Last year he was like a highly touted recruit from Cebu.

BLUE HORSE
04-22-2010, 10:25 PM
^Expect Mike "The Shelter" Silungan to always bring his A-game whenever the Fighting Maroons face our Red Lions. He was cut by Frankie Lim several years ago from the RL. Maybe to give way to other players??? Hay, he would be valuable asset, especially this coming season 86. We need more outside shooters.

In last year's Fil-Oil tourney, he torched us for 33 pts, many from beyond the arc. This summer, he again led UP in scoring versus our recent match against them. Notwithstanding, we won against UP in both matches.

Still, why he was cut from the remains a mystery.. Oh well... ???


Definitely not true. Simply reread old stories in this fora from 2 years ago to find out what happened to the recruitment of Mike Silungan. ADMU recruiters did the right thing for Mike by finding a school who can use his talent when he could not be accomodated in Katipunan. The Silungan family simply felt more "love" from the UP coaching staff.

lekiboy
04-22-2010, 10:28 PM
frankie is really stupid! wala ng pinakamagaling kung hindi si melo lim! marami tayong na sayang, sulingan,pearce,principe,padilla and more. stupidong kalbo! >:(


principe was a big loss...padilla had discipline problems.

maroonmartian
04-24-2010, 10:33 AM
All I could say is despite the loss of these great players (Pearce, Silungan), San Beda is the favorite in winning the title because of their DEPTH. Bahala na lang si COACH paano ibalance ang playing time ng mga players ;D

red18
04-24-2010, 10:44 AM
suligan made 35pts. against EAC, ayos ba frankie???? im sure yakang-yaka yan ng anak mo diba????? big big mistake!!

Spikermike
04-24-2010, 12:03 PM
^Expect Mike "The Shelter" Silungan to always bring his A-game whenever the Fighting Maroons face our Red Lions. He was cut by Frankie Lim several years ago from the RL. Maybe to give way to other players??? Hay, he would be valuable asset, especially this coming season 86. We need more outside shooters.

In last year's Fil-Oil tourney, he torched us for 33 pts, many from beyond the arc. This summer, he again led UP in scoring versus our recent match against them. Notwithstanding, we won against UP in both matches.

Still, why he was cut from the remains a mystery.. Oh well... ???


Definitely not true. Simply reread old stories in this fora from 2 years ago to find out what happened to the recruitment of Mike Silungan. ADMU recruiters did the right thing for Mike by finding a school who can use his talent when he could not be accomodated in Katipunan. The Silungan family simply felt more "love" from the UP coaching staff.

Unless you were at St. Placid’s gym back then watching the scrimmages, you’d be cautioned not to immediately dismiss the fact that Coach Frankie said “no” to Mike as untrue. Anyway, the point being made here was Frankie’s apparent inability to see the gem in Mike Silungan. And instead kept the slot for who? His own son? Or Soliman?
As we both know, the business of college ball is also about acquiring and keeping valuable assets both for present and future use. And of course, having the eye and the sense to judge who is a potential and valuable asset.
We wish Mike Silungan all the best this coming UAAP season! :)

Kid Cubao
04-24-2010, 12:15 PM
^^ oh man, you don't know half the story about mike silungan's odyssey and how he wound up in the state U. even if frankie lim initially said no, mike would have still made it handily to san beda if... go figure out the other half.

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04-24-2010, 04:43 PM
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Out_Of_The_Blue
04-24-2010, 05:17 PM
^Expect Mike "The Shelter" Silungan to always bring his A-game whenever the Fighting Maroons face our Red Lions. He was cut by Frankie Lim several years ago from the RL. Maybe to give way to other players??? Hay, he would be valuable asset, especially this coming season 86. We need more outside shooters.

In last year's Fil-Oil tourney, he torched us for 33 pts, many from beyond the arc. This summer, he again led UP in scoring versus our recent match against them. Notwithstanding, we won against UP in both matches.

Still, why he was cut from the remains a mystery.. Oh well... ???


Definitely not true. Simply reread old stories in this fora from 2 years ago to find out what happened to the recruitment of Mike Silungan. ADMU recruiters did the right thing for Mike by finding a school who can use his talent when he could not be accomodated in Katipunan. The Silungan family simply felt more "love" from the UP coaching staff.

Unless you were at St. Placid’s gym back then watching the scrimmages, you’d be cautioned not to immediately dismiss the fact that Coach Frankie said “no” to Mike as untrue. Anyway, the point being made here was Frankie’s apparent inability to see the gem in Mike Silungan. And instead kept the slot for who? His own son? Or Soliman?
As we both know, the business of college ball is also about acquiring and keeping valuable assets both for present and future use. And of course, having the eye and the sense to judge who is a potential and valuable asset.
We wish Mike Silungan all the best this coming UAAP season! :)




Lion and Blue Horse are right. Mike was already in SBC. He was already wearing a red jersey then in the NSL bbut he was not fielded in by Franike beacuse MVP was watching that game and wanted to make sure that he wins that game without any "rookie" blunders. Obviously, Franike didn't know wnything about Mike Silungan then.


THe next day, Aboy Castro met up with him and guarded him well from thereon.

Out_Of_The_Blue
04-24-2010, 05:18 PM
Ateneo actually had the first crack on him......now that's another story we just want to forget. ;)

BLUE HORSE
04-24-2010, 05:55 PM
Ateneo actually had the first crack on him......now that's another story we just want to forget. ;)


You, me and a host of other people! Sayang talaga. :P

More like first, second and third crack in bringing him to Katipunan. The rail birds at Moro did very well for Mike by not abandoning him. They gift wrapped him to the proper schools except for one. Guess which one. Bwahahahahah. ;)

Mike Silungan was SBC's to loose. Frankie Lim had several days to seal the deal but hesitated though they had a uniform made for him. Aboy Castro on the other hand kept the other schools at bay and was willing to suit him up for UP at the get go. Ayun, Frankie Lim found Mike wearing a UP uniform in the very next schedule game of UP where he ended up with a nice stat line despite the limited practice with his new teammates.

Spikermike
04-25-2010, 11:07 AM
Apologies if I seem to have be focusing too much on the Mike Silungan story at the start to underscore the point on Coach Frankie not keeping the best talent available to him. I'm not quite sure if it had elicited the same reaction if I used the stories of former Red Lions Alvin Padilla or Ajeet Singh, or the Red Cubs Class of 2010 (Art Dela Cruz, Dan Sara, and Ivan Ludovice). Interestingly, there will always be several sides/versions to each story, just like what we may have heard about the Semerad twins. Misters Kid Cubao and Blue Horse and the other men in blue would probably have another side to the story on the Fil-Aussie twins not landing in Katipunan.

Back to thread topic, the Fil Oil Flying V invitational tournament, if anything, presents itself as a stage for showcasing the different teams' talents for the upcoming season and the future.

Yesterday's win by the Green Archers showed the future of De La Salle basketball. I am impressed with the veteran play and poise of rookies Almond Vosotros and Luigi Dela Paz. Together with fellow rookies Jerelan Tampus and Nico Elorde, and sophomores Joseph Marata and Joel Tolentino, and possibly a comebacking LA Revilla make for a very strong backcourt for the future for DLSU.

To my mind, AdMU's frontcourt remains the envy of the UAAP, with Ryan Buenafe, Nico Salva and "rookie veteran" Jumbo Escueta all playing well yesterday. But as already shown in all their past FilOil pre-season games, they seem to struggle against the fullcourt pressure D. They need another true point guard. Former UAAP juniors/Blue Eaglet superstar Juami Tiongson doesn't seem to be "it" just yet, though I may be wrong. Wondering what could have happened yesterday if Norman Penola was already suiting up..

Schortsanitis
04-26-2010, 01:02 PM
'The Green Archers Rookies'
DLSU's squad of rookies in Almond Vosotros, Jerulan Tampus, Luigi Dela Paz and Nic Elorde have been playing well in the Fil-Oil Cup, and if they turn out to be as effective in the actual UAAP season as they are in this tournament, then the Green Archers will have a solid, young team to build around the next couple of years. They're pretty much set in the backcourt and in the wings, and the team will only get better once Norbert Torres gets to play with them next year.

And if Arnold Van Opstal gets to play alongside Torres next season, that would be a potentially formidable, solid team overall, albeit a bit inexperienced. A frountcourt combination / rotation of the 6'8"-6'9" AVO and 6'7"-6'8" Torres would probably be one of the tallest frontcourts in UAAP history.

With regards to the ADMU-DLSU rivalry, Erram/Chua/Burke's development will have to be speeded for ADMU next season to meet this possible threat. As an insurance, I think the Blue Eagles will be needing the services of Greg Slaughter, provided he really is as good as advertised, and if the Eagles can get him.

'Bumper Crop of Rookies'
It looks like we will be seeing one of the most prolific and productive batches of rookies in recent years in the coming Season of the UAAP. Among the rookies playing well in the Fil-Oil tournament right now are:
- Jumbo Escueta of the ADMU Blue Eagles;
- Mike Silungan and Joshua Saret of the UP Fighting Maroons;
- Terence Romeo of the FEU Tamarraws;
- And of course, the DLSU Green Archer's rookies.

red18
04-26-2010, 07:37 PM
frankie lim has nothing to worry, he has the greatest player in the ncaa ever. the legendary MELO LIM!!!!! the super secret weapon of frankie boy. its melo or nothing sabi ni dad...este coach pala!

riou
04-27-2010, 07:45 AM
nice may father and son relationship na din sa san beda!! ;D ;D

Schortsanitis
04-28-2010, 10:27 PM
I can't wait to see Kiefer in the UAAP. A High School kid, scoring 30 points against a full-strength, NCAA Champions SSC Stags ... that has got to be something very special, indeed.

************************

http://www.inboundpass.com/2010/04/28/the-phenom-explodes-for-30-to-lift-rp-youth-past-san-sebastian/comment-page-1/#comment-86034

‘The Phenom’ explodes for 30 to lift RP Youth past San Sebastian

by Anton Roxas

HE may not be like LeBron James. But, at only 16 years old, Ateneo de Manila Blue Eaglet Kiefer Ravena is already capable of scoring clutch baskets against the reigning guys much older than him.

That makes him worthy of being called his namesake.

The RP Under-18 National Team pulled of a shocker by beating reigning NCAA champion San Sebastian College-Recoletos, 93-88 in overtime in the 2010 FilOil Flying V Tanduay First Five Invitational Cup last Wednesday, April 28, 2010 at the Arena in San Juan City.

After taking it easy against their younger opponents for the first three quarters, San Sebastian looked to put the kids away in the fourth. At the 5:06 mark of final period, RP-U18 cager Kevin Ferrer was called for a technical foul after complaining to the referee, claiming his block on Anthony del Rio was all ball. This led to the first of a series of four consecutive trips to the free-throw line for the veteran swingman. He hit both technical free-throws and split the two charities awarded to him by getting fouled in the act of shooting. A couple of plays later, he was fouled again and went perfect at the line. The wild sequence of events was capped off by Von Pessumal, who foulded the deceptive del Rio as he was shooting a three-pointer. Del Rio converted all three freebies. The Stags’ lead at this point was now at 10, 74-64, with 3:36 to go in regulation.

However, these young guns we’re not about to give up just yet.

“Tao sila, tao,” shouted del Rio to inform his teammates of the National Team’s full-court, man-to-man defense.

That warning didn’t help much as the Stags succumbed to the intense defense put up by the Nationals and started turning the ball over. Kiefer Ravena then scored seven straight points, including a big three-point basket, to cut the San Sebastian lead to three, 78-75 with just 38.7 seconds left.

Stags coach Ato Agustin called a timeout. His point guard, Pamboy Raymundo, played it smart by using up most of the shot clock before finally giving the ball to del Rio for the finishing drive…

…but, he was blocked by Russel Escoto.

Now, the Nationals had one last chance to tie the game. A short three-point attempt from the right corner by Joshua Alolino led to the ball being tapped out to the top of the circle, ending up in the hands of “The Phenom” himself, Kiefer Ravena.

He quickly decided to attack the rim but standing in his way was Calvin “The Beast” Abueva.

Kiefer jumped. Calvin challenged him straight up. The two collided in the air. A whistle was called. Kiefer released his shot.

Basket and the foul.

The son of former athletes, Bong and Mozzy Ravena, calmly knocked down the free-throw to send the game into overtime where he dominated again, scoring nine points to lead his team to victory.

“Well, he’s our team leader. He’s done that many times last year when we were in the FIBA Asia so I’m not surprised. But, like what I told the boys, Kiefer carried us through to the end but nung una, it was really a team effort. I thought it was a great win for us. Although I felt that the other team did not take us seriously at first. So, very obvious. They were very relaxed. Maybe because alam nila mga bata. So, they were also surprised. If you look at the stats, in all departments we were really outplayed. Rebounds, 2nd chance points, I think in all aspects of the game we were outplayed. It was their heart. They never gave up. Luckily at the end we prevailed,” said a happy RP Youth coach Eric Altamirano.

“We’ve ran that so many times. We know where to go when we need an important basket. And, Kief knows that also. So, everybody is on one page. They’re used to it already so I’m not surprised with what Kiefer did this afternoon,” added Altamirano.

The RP Under-18 Team is currently preparing for the SEABA regional tournament.

“It’s a confidence builder for us. Kasi, we will be playing teams like the San Sebastian team, taller teams. Teams that can really rebound. So, I think yun ang nakita ko eh. Something that we need to improve on is making sure that we really compete doon sa rebounding kasi maliliit kami eh. So, we have to do a good job blocking out, getting in the right position to get the rebound. And, again taking away the inside points kasi kanina ang dami nilang offensive si Abueva. Maraming ganun kaming makakalaban sa international competition. Nahihirapan talaga kami because of the commitment of the players sa mga schools nila. It’s very, very few times that we are complete. Like yung mga high school players naming sila Kief, sila Pessumal, Ferrer, they play in three or four tournaments with their school and then they’re still playing for us dito so talagang nakikipagagawan kami sa time with schools. So, that’s really our challenge,” said Altamirano.

When asked how he felt about being selected to be the man to mold these young players into future basketball superstars for the country, Altamirano had this to say. “Unang-una it’s an honor. It’s an honor coaching the National team. I think you cannot substitute that with a collegiate or a PBA coaching stint. It’s always a privilege to serve your country, represent your country. Especially itong mga batang ito kasi ito yung age na talagang mamo-mold mo pa sila eh. Di ba wala pang mga sungay yan eh? So, I’m very thankful for our sponsor Nokia for allowing me to coach this team. Especially because na-handle ko na yung iba last year so this is my second year so we’ve been together for almost more than a year. So, nakikita ko talaga yung development nila, in terms of yung skill nila at yung character nila.”

Remember the names because the future of Philippine basketball is just around the corner.

The scores:

RP-U18 93 – Ravena 30, Escoto 12, Alolino 12, Teng 10, Sara 6, Ferrer 6, Banal 6, Tolomia 5, Rosario 4, Pessumal 2, Pate 0, Labing-isa 0.

San Sebastian 88 – Abueva 25, del Rio 19, Sangalang 10, Maconocido 8, Raymundo 7, E. Gatchalian 7, Gorospe 6, Bulawan 4, Maiquez 2, Semira 0, dela Cruz 0, J. Gatchalian 0.

Quarter scores: 20-19, 35-40, 51-62, 78-78, 93-88 OT.

Mang_Roger
04-29-2010, 03:54 PM
I can't wait to see Kiefer in the UAAP. A High School kid, scoring 30 points against a full-strength, NCAA Champions SSC Stags ... that has got to be something very special, indeed.

************************

http://www.inboundpass.com/2010/04/28/the-phenom-explodes-for-30-to-lift-rp-youth-past-san-sebastian/comment-page-1/#comment-86034

‘The Phenom’ explodes for 30 to lift RP Youth past San Sebastian

Now, the Nationals had one last chance to tie the game. A short three-point attempt from the right corner by Joshua Alolino led to the ball being tapped out to the top of the circle, ending up in the hands of “The Phenom” himself, Kiefer Ravena.

He quickly decided to attack the rim but standing in his way was Calvin “The Beast” Abueva.

Kiefer jumped. Calvin challenged him straight up. The two collided in the air. A whistle was called. Kiefer released his shot.

Basket and the foul.

Wow!..an impressive play with more than a decade of age gap squeezed in to that one.

jmaroons23
05-01-2010, 10:28 PM
pano ba ang pagkakaayos ng mga teams dito? sino sino ang nasa group A at B kung meron mang groups?

oca
05-01-2010, 11:55 PM
Paano....

Una, dapat tiyakin sa elims pa lang ay may pairing na ng Ateneo- DLSU, Ateneo- San Beda, DLSU-Letran at Letran-San Beda. Kaya dapat magaksama sa group ang Ateneo at Letran, sa kabila naman ang DLSU at San Beda. Dadasalan ngayon yan na sana magpang-abot sa knock-out round.

Yung ibang koponan... saan ilalagay.... pitik-bulag na lang yan. ;D

Global Greenie
05-02-2010, 12:03 PM
Paano....

Una, dapat tiyakin sa elims pa lang ay may pairing na ng Ateneo- DLSU, Ateneo- San Beda, DLSU-Letran at Letran-San Beda. Kaya dapat magaksama sa group ang Ateneo at Letran, sa kabila naman ang DLSU at San Beda. Dadasalan ngayon yan na sana magpang-abot sa knock-out round.

Yung ibang koponan... saan ilalagay.... pitik-bulag na lang yan. ;D



Group A

Ateneo
La Salle
San Beda
Letran
UP
Arellano
Perpetual

Group B

San Sebastian
FEU
JRU
RP Youth U-18
Adamson
UE
CSB
Mapua
NU

Schortsanitis
05-02-2010, 01:49 PM
Great coming out game for JP Erram against UP. He really does seem to be a taller, younger version of Nonoy Baclao, getting six blocks off the UP team.

Alinko Mbah continues to be a disappointment. Ranged against a top prospect in JP, he couldn't keep up. Truly a far cry from that impressive video that was shown before he came here. I guess competition in the UAAP is just way better than the outdoor, cement courts they have there in Africa ...

jembengzon
05-02-2010, 04:57 PM
Great coming out game for JP Erram against UP. He really does seem to be a taller, younger version of Nonoy Baclao, getting six blocks off the UP team.

Alinko Mbah continues to be a disappointment. Ranged against a top prospect in JP, he couldn't keep up. Truly a far cry from that impressive video that was shown before he came here. I guess competition in the UAAP is just way better than the outdoor, cement courts they have there in Africa ...




i have the impression his training is more of a runner than a basketball player. even his follow-up seemed like a track take off for the high jump. plus the way he runs the court seems to be trained on balls-toes for quick smallish steps instead of long strides.

Mateen Cleaves
05-02-2010, 06:33 PM
If Aboy Castro and Jerry Codiñera can get Mbah ready for the UAAP in one year, they deserve to be in the coaching Hall of Fame.

BTW, minor correction lang... JP Erram did not get 6 blocks against the UP team. He got 6 blocks against Gomez! Or at least, that's how it appeared to me. Hindi na siguro naghapunan yung bata namin. Mukhang busog na kakakain ng bola e. ;D

coachjake
05-04-2010, 01:08 PM
'The Green Archers Rookies'
DLSU's squad of rookies in Almond Vosotros, Jerulan Tampus, Luigi Dela Paz and Nic Elorde have been playing well in the Fil-Oil Cup, and if they turn out to be as effective in the actual UAAP season as they are in this tournament, then the Green Archers will have a solid, young team to build around the next couple of years. They're pretty much set in the backcourt and in the wings, and the team will only get better once Norbert Torres gets to play with them next year.

And if Arnold Van Opstal gets to play alongside Torres next season, that would be a potentially formidable, solid team overall, albeit a bit inexperienced. A frountcourt combination / rotation of the 6'8"-6'9" AVO and 6'7"-6'8" Torres would probably be one of the tallest frontcourts in UAAP history.

With regards to the ADMU-DLSU rivalry, Erram/Chua/Burke's development will have to be speeded for ADMU next season to meet this possible threat. As an insurance, I think the Blue Eagles will be needing the services of Greg Slaughter, provided he really is as good as advertised, and if the Eagles can get him.

'Bumper Crop of Rookies'
It looks like we will be seeing one of the most prolific and productive batches of rookies in recent years in the coming Season of the UAAP. Among the rookies playing well in the Fil-Oil tournament right now are:
- Jumbo Escueta of the ADMU Blue Eagles;
- Mike Silungan and Joshua Saret of the UP Fighting Maroons;
- Terence Romeo of the FEU Tamarraws;
- And of course, the DLSU Green Archer's rookies.



Or if Van Opstal decides he wants to study....word is "takot sa ballpen"

Slaughter is already in the bag for Ateneo....cost MVP a new college and college building for the University of the Visayas to get him to be released to the Blue Eagles...so he can play 2 years for Ateneo...waht a cost eh!

Burke looks like he is considering leaving Ateneo for College in the USA already....word has it certain promises had been made to him when he was being recruited but not all is going well...playing time is one of the issues.....but what's new?

This is one year that none of the UAAP Champion Team Blue Eaglets were recruited into the Blue Eagles. Of the 10 graduating BLue Eaglets: Paolo Pe is playing for UST, Luis Sinco is playing for DLS College of St. Benilde, Zandro Daez-Aldrin Unson-Tim Capacio are with Ateneo Team B and surprisingly Al Bugarin is with Ateneo Track & Field!! So much for the program developing players from Grade School to High School but stops at the College level due to the "professional" recruiting with "buy-able" players ;D

Schortsanitis
05-04-2010, 03:15 PM
Or if Van Opstal decides he wants to study....word is "takot sa ballpen"

Is that the reason why the kid is back in Australia, and hasn't been back yet? I hope he doesn't throw away a promising basketball career just because of issues in academics. Besides, DLSU will need him on their frontline, if GS does get on board with ADMU.




Slaughter is already in the bag for Ateneo....cost MVP a new college and college building for the University of the Visayas to get him to be released to the Blue Eagles...so he can play 2 years for Ateneo...waht a cost eh!

With his consistent double-double performance against teams in the US, especially that 25 point, 11 rebound performance against a select team of NBA draft prospects ... I think he truly has arrived, and will make the already strong ADMU team even much stronger. A very possible future number one draft pick in the PBA a couple of years down the road.

As for MVP paying a new college building for UV ... I don't know. What I do know, is that it will help GS (tutoring under a proven big man coach in Norman Black), it will help ADMU (improving their chances of a title-win), and if the building rumor is true, then it will help UV also (improving the quality of education there). And it will ensure a solid ally by the SBP in the Visayas, where the BAP has allied itself to some schools thru cash and friendship.




Burke looks like he is considering leaving Ateneo for College in the USA already....word has it certain promises had been made to him when he was being recruited but not all is going well...playing time is one of the issues.....but what's new?

Can't blame him. There are better big men out there on the ADMU lineup right now.

coachjake
05-05-2010, 10:30 AM
Or if Van Opstal decides he wants to study....word is "takot sa ballpen"

Is that the reason why the kid is back in Australia, and hasn't been back yet? I hope he doesn't throw away a promising basketball career just because of issues in academics. Besides, DLSU will need him on their frontline, if GS does get on board with ADMU.




Slaughter is already in the bag for Ateneo....cost MVP a new college and college building for the University of the Visayas to get him to be released to the Blue Eagles...so he can play 2 years for Ateneo...waht a cost eh!

With his consistent double-double performance against teams in the US, especially that 25 point, 11 rebound performance against a select team of NBA draft prospects ... I think he truly has arrived, and will make the already strong ADMU team even much stronger. A very possible future number one draft pick in the PBA a couple of years down the road.

As for MVP paying a new college building for UV ... I don't know. What I do know, is that it will help GS (tutoring under a proven big man coach in Norman Black), it will help ADMU (improving their chances of a title-win), and if the building rumor is true, then it will help UV also (improving the quality of education there). And it will ensure a solid ally by the SBP in the Visayas, where the BAP has allied itself to some schools thru cash and friendship.




Burke looks like he is considering leaving Ateneo for College in the USA already....word has it certain promises had been made to him when he was being recruited but not all is going well...playing time is one of the issues.....but what's new?

Can't blame him. There are better big men out there on the ADMU lineup right now.




Mismo Schortsanitis ;)

Mateen Cleaves
05-05-2010, 10:58 AM
This is one year that none of the UAAP Champion Team Blue Eaglets were recruited into the Blue Eagles. Of the 10 graduating BLue Eaglets: Paolo Pe is playing for UST, Luis Sinco is playing for DLS College of St. Benilde, Zandro Daez-Aldrin Unson-Tim Capacio are with Ateneo Team B and surprisingly Al Bugarin is with Ateneo Track & Field!! So much for the program developing players from Grade School to High School but stops at the College level due to the "professional" recruiting with "buy-able" players ;D


Saw Benilde's game before the UP-Ateneo match in the Fil-Oil. Purely from a basketball perspective, good move for Sinco. He's making the most of pretty good playing time and was even on the court during crunch time.

sephyu
05-07-2010, 05:33 AM
Meron bang website ang filoil para ma-check yung official standings, game results and schedules?

Global Greenie
05-08-2010, 03:22 AM
Meron bang website ang filoil para ma-check yung official standings, game results and schedules?


They have a Facebook account (Filoil Flying V Sports). I'm not aware of a website.

Schortsanitis
05-09-2010, 02:44 AM
Taken from the Inbound Pass' account of the ADMU-EAC game (http://www.inboundpass.com/2010/05/09/ateneo-staves-off-late-general-uprising/):

"... A notable face in the crowd was 6’11 slotman Greg Slaughter. The ex-University of Visayas Green Lancer is serving out his residency and should suit up for the five-time UAAP seniors hoops champions in 2011 and 2012 ..."

It looks like Slaughter is now feeling more comfortable with being part of the Blue Eagles.

coachjake
05-09-2010, 09:08 AM
This is one year that none of the UAAP Champion Team Blue Eaglets were recruited into the Blue Eagles. Of the 10 graduating BLue Eaglets: Paolo Pe is playing for UST, Luis Sinco is playing for DLS College of St. Benilde, Zandro Daez-Aldrin Unson-Tim Capacio are with Ateneo Team B and surprisingly Al Bugarin is with Ateneo Track & Field!! So much for the program developing players from Grade School to High School but stops at the College level due to the "professional" recruiting with "buy-able" players ;D


Saw Benilde's game before the UP-Ateneo match in the Fil-Oil. Purely from a basketball perspective, good move for Sinco. He's making the most of pretty good playing time and was even on the court during crunch time.


Probably so, he is getting quite an exposure with the Blazers, for a rookie that is. Of the 8 rookies of CSB, only 3 are straight out of High School - Sinco, Sevilla and Melocoton.

Better for him since being in Ateneo Team B is like purgatory I heard - no chance of making Team A and you play minor leagues that get no attention.

Also, i heard he really wants to have HRIM as a career so it does look like CSB was the best choice since he gets the best of both worlds - the course and career path you want, and the chance to play ball.

coachjake
05-09-2010, 11:55 AM
Ateneo actually had the first crack on him......now that's another story we just want to forget. ;)


What's the story on this?

coachjake
05-09-2010, 11:59 AM
Are there any surprise in UP's lineup this year? :D May Josh Saret daw for UP? ???


Team insider/staff told me the players don't like Saret much, ballhog at swapang sa bola daw. Maybe he should remember his high school high-scoring ballhog days are over, it's college ball now so he should adapt and adjust and play his role.

Curious
05-09-2010, 12:38 PM
Ballhog at swapang sa bola diba pareho lang yun?! Peace! :D

naz-T
05-09-2010, 03:31 PM
Are there any surprise in UP's lineup this year? :D May Josh Saret daw for UP? ???


Team insider/staff told me the players don't like Saret much, ballhog at swapang sa bola daw. Maybe he should remember his high school high-scoring ballhog days are over, it's college ball now so he should adapt and adjust and play his role.


If that is true, then it would be better for the said team insider/staff to tell it directly to the coach. If the informer is really an insider or staff that has concern for the team telling his opinion to the coach directly is better than telling that info to other people who are not part of the team. If the coach allows it, then wala na magawa ang ibang tao dyan. Baka inggit lang yan kasi maganda ang pinapakita niya at siya ang tumatapos ng laro sa point guard position, hindi mga veteran na guards.

BLUE HORSE
05-09-2010, 04:04 PM
This is one year that none of the UAAP Champion Team Blue Eaglets were recruited into the Blue Eagles. Of the 10 graduating BLue Eaglets: Paolo Pe is playing for UST, Luis Sinco is playing for DLS College of St. Benilde, Zandro Daez-Aldrin Unson-Tim Capacio are with Ateneo Team B and surprisingly Al Bugarin is with Ateneo Track & Field!! So much for the program developing players from Grade School to High School but stops at the College level due to the "professional" recruiting with "buy-able" players ;D


Saw Benilde's game before the UP-Ateneo match in the Fil-Oil. Purely from a basketball perspective, good move for Sinco. He's making the most of pretty good playing time and was even on the court during crunch time.


Probably so, he is getting quite an exposure with the Blazers, for a rookie that is. Of the 8 rookies of CSB, only 3 are straight out of High School - Sinco, Sevilla and Melocoton.

Better for him since being in Ateneo Team B is like purgatory I heard - no chance of making Team A and you play minor leagues that get no attention.

Also, i heard he really wants to have HRIM as a career so it does look like CSB was the best choice since he gets the best of both worlds - the course and career path you want, and the chance to play ball.


ADMU was not really an option for Sinco given that Penola, Ravena, Pessumal and hopefully Banal are waiting in the wings. UP was another matter and the half breed father almost went ballistic over the decision. But Don Corleone said it best, Louis Sinco was made an offer from Benilde that he could not refuse.

Kindly check the ADMU varsity roster. Escueta, Erram, Golla, Gonzaga and Monfort were call up from team B in the last 3 years. The problem with ADMU, FEU and SBC's team B roster is chock full of players who can play for other schools varsity team. Some are even good enough to start for others like Lastimosa.

BLUE HORSE
05-09-2010, 04:13 PM
Ateneo actually had the first crack on him......now that's another story we just want to forget. ;)


What's the story on this?


The recruitment of Mike Silungan is well documented in Gameface. Backread all the way to Dec 2006 in the ADMU recruiting thread, Apr 2008 in the UP or SBC fora.

coachjake
05-10-2010, 08:40 AM
Ateneo actually had the first crack on him......now that's another story we just want to forget. ;)


What's the story on this?


The recruitment of Mike Silungan is well documented in Gameface. Backread all the way to Dec 2006 in the ADMU recruiting thread, Apr 2008 in the UP or SBC fora.


Oh ok, Wow, that far back? He's gone through a lot eh!

pio_valenz
05-10-2010, 09:11 AM
Bottomline is Ateneo had first crack at Silungan but decided to pass.

ToquinhoJacare
05-10-2010, 04:34 PM
This is one year that none of the UAAP Champion Team Blue Eaglets were recruited into the Blue Eagles. Of the 10 graduating BLue Eaglets: Paolo Pe is playing for UST, Luis Sinco is playing for DLS College of St. Benilde, Zandro Daez-Aldrin Unson-Tim Capacio are with Ateneo Team B and surprisingly Al Bugarin is with Ateneo Track & Field!! So much for the program developing players from Grade School to High School but stops at the College level due to the "professional" recruiting with "buy-able" players ;D


The Blue Eagles still have 6 players from the Ateneo system

Juami Tiongson - Ateneo de Manila
Bacon Austria - Ateneo de Manila
Frank Golla - Ateneo de Manila
Tonino Gonzaga - Ateneo de Manila
Eman Monfort - Ateneo de Iloilo
John Paul Erram - Ateneo de Cagayan

16th man could possibly be a Blue Eaglet.

That is still a lot compared to most teams. This is one year tho that the DLSU Green Archers have more with 7 players coming from either zobel or greenhills.

:)

coachjake
05-11-2010, 08:07 AM
This is one year that none of the UAAP Champion Team Blue Eaglets were recruited into the Blue Eagles. Of the 10 graduating BLue Eaglets: Paolo Pe is playing for UST, Luis Sinco is playing for DLS College of St. Benilde, Zandro Daez-Aldrin Unson-Tim Capacio are with Ateneo Team B and surprisingly Al Bugarin is with Ateneo Track & Field!! So much for the program developing players from Grade School to High School but stops at the College level due to the "professional" recruiting with "buy-able" players ;D


The Blue Eagles still have 6 players from the Ateneo system

Juami Tiongson - Ateneo de Manila
Bacon Austria - Ateneo de Manila
Frank Golla - Ateneo de Manila
Tonino Gonzaga - Ateneo de Manila
Eman Monfort - Ateneo de Iloilo
John Paul Erram - Ateneo de Cagayan

16th man could possibly be a Blue Eaglet.

That is still a lot compared to most teams. This is one year tho that the DLSU Green Archers have more with 7 players coming from either zobel or greenhills.

:)


Sorry, let's define homegrown players first. To me, that's a true atenean who came from grade school and high school, the formative years for jesuit education in being a real ateneans. Same can be said for the La Salle side.

Tiongson doesn't qualify as he was recruited from Colegio San Agustin. Kiefer Ravena, Paolo Romero & Al Bugarin also were recruited from LSGH and Claret. Paolo Pe, who is now the starting center for UST, was recruited from Xavier just like Ael Banal, who was not recruited into the Blue Eagles and will play for the RP Youth Under-18 Team and pass up a year of college to play for flag and country. Gwyne Capacio has opted the same direction of Banal except he will be attending school at Ateneo thus will suit up for the 2011 UAAP Season.

Am not sure about the grade school history of Monfort nor that of Erram but what I know is that they both got recruited through the Unigames Tournament. Erram was playing for Xavier University but my gameface source says he played for a different HS (not jesuit) prior to XU.

Golla, Austria and Gonzaga are true ateneans thus the Blue Eagles have 3 genuine ones only.

For DLSU - homegrown players this year are Elorde, Webb, Hererra from DLSZ, De la Paz from USLS Bacolod, Martin Reyes from LSGH.

Re the 16th man for Ateneo who was a Blue Eaglet, I wonder who could that be? Jayvee Dumrique? Kevin Gamboa? Ivan Enriquez? These 3 players from the 2008 UAAP Jrs Champion team have been wallowing in Team B since they graduated. Balmaceda? He played with the Blue Eagles in Iloilo for the Unigames last October. Jayvee Dumrique should be given the break if you ask me.

From the 10 graduates of the 2009 UAAP Jrs Champion Team (Banal, Bugarin, Alonte, Unson, Daez, Sinco, Pe, Capacio, Erazo & Reyes), Banal is with the RP Youth; Sinco opted for Saint Benilde in the NCAA; Pe is with UST for the UAAP; and the rest are in Ateneo Team B.

bluegreen
05-11-2010, 08:29 AM
This is one year that none of the UAAP Champion Team Blue Eaglets were recruited into the Blue Eagles. Of the 10 graduating BLue Eaglets: Paolo Pe is playing for UST, Luis Sinco is playing for DLS College of St. Benilde, Zandro Daez-Aldrin Unson-Tim Capacio are with Ateneo Team B and surprisingly Al Bugarin is with Ateneo Track & Field!! So much for the program developing players from Grade School to High School but stops at the College level due to the "professional" recruiting with "buy-able" players ;D


The Blue Eagles still have 6 players from the Ateneo system

Juami Tiongson - Ateneo de Manila
Bacon Austria - Ateneo de Manila
Frank Golla - Ateneo de Manila
Tonino Gonzaga - Ateneo de Manila
Eman Monfort - Ateneo de Iloilo
John Paul Erram - Ateneo de Cagayan

16th man could possibly be a Blue Eaglet.

That is still a lot compared to most teams. This is one year tho that the DLSU Green Archers have more with 7 players coming from either zobel or greenhills.

:)


Sorry, let's define homegrown players first. To me, that's a true atenean who came from grade school and high school, the formative years for jesuit education in being a real ateneans. Same can be said for the La Salle side.

Tiongson doesn't qualify as he was recruited from Colegio San Agustin. Kiefer Ravena, Paolo Romero & Al Bugarin also were recruited from LSGH and Claret. Paolo Pe, who is now the starting center for UST, was recruited from Xavier just like Ael Banal, who was not recruited into the Blue Eagles and will play for the RP Youth Under-18 Team and pass up a year of college to play for flag and country. Gwyne Capacio has opted the same direction of Banal except he will be attending school at Ateneo thus will suit up for the 2011 UAAP Season.

Am not sure about the grade school history of Monfort nor that of Erram but what I know is that they both got recruited through the Unigames Tournament. Erram was playing for Xavier University but my gameface source says he played for a different HS (not jesuit) prior to XU.

Golla, Austria and Gonzaga are true ateneans thus the Blue Eagles have 3 genuine ones only.

For DLSU - homegrown players this year are Elorde, Webb, Hererra from DLSZ, De la Paz from USLS Bacolod, Martin Reyes from LSGH.

Re the 16th man for Ateneo who was a Blue Eaglet, I wonder who could that be? Jayvee Dumrique? Kevin Gamboa? Ivan Enriquez? These 3 players from the 2008 UAAP Jrs Champion team have been wallowing in Team B since they graduated. Balmaceda? He played with the Blue Eagles in Iloilo for the Unigames last October. Jayvee Dumrique should be given the break if you ask me.

From the 10 graduates of the 2009 UAAP Jrs Champion Team (Banal, Bugarin, Alonte, Unson, Daez, Sinco, Pe, Capacio, Erazo & Reyes), Banal is with the RP Youth; Sinco opted for Saint Benilde in the NCAA; Pe is with UST for the UAAP; and the rest are in Ateneo Team B.


coachjake has a point here - if I remember right, Ateneo's 87-88 back to back champ team had majority of homegrown players (gradeschool to college ateneans) in that team. Similar to the 2002 Champ Team of Enrico Villanueva & co.

times have changed and schools/teams have adopted a "win at all costs" attitude thus buying players, nursing their grades etc. in pursuit of "sporting" glory. somwwhat pathetic though.

oca
05-11-2010, 08:51 AM
In basketball sense, if I were to draw a time line to define a "homegrown talent", magsisimula lang ako sa highschool level.

To have this as a criteria is inclusive and encompassing to cover all schools in the big collegiate leagues.

Consider this, meron bang grade school teams ang tulad ng FEU, NU, Adamson, UST, UP (UE, this coming school year lang magsisimula)? Sa NC', may GS teams ba ang Letran, CSB, SSC-R, JRU, MIT?

If one has be part of the grade school program to be considered homegrown, then ADMU, DLSU at SBC lang ang magkakaroon ng homegrown!

On another point, to include a kid from "another campus but with an independent program" as being homegrown, to me is not homegrown.

Homegrown means kayo ang nagtanim at nagbayo at ihahain niyo na. Eh kung yung campus niya sa hs ay walang kinalaman sa programa ng college campus niya, paano naging homegrown yan.

This is from a basketball point of view.

Pero kung values formation at education ang usapin, akuin kahit sa "ibang campus na may sariling programa" galing.

Ngayon kung may hihirit na ang asal na pinakikita sa loob sa court ay reflection ng values ng bata, ibang usapin na yan.

redandwhite
05-11-2010, 11:57 AM
Bakit ganun? Pabagobago ang schedule ng games? Ang hirap kasi sundan minsan eh. ???

ToquinhoJacare
05-11-2010, 08:02 PM
This is one year that none of the UAAP Champion Team Blue Eaglets were recruited into the Blue Eagles. Of the 10 graduating BLue Eaglets: Paolo Pe is playing for UST, Luis Sinco is playing for DLS College of St. Benilde, Zandro Daez-Aldrin Unson-Tim Capacio are with Ateneo Team B and surprisingly Al Bugarin is with Ateneo Track & Field!! So much for the program developing players from Grade School to High School but stops at the College level due to the "professional" recruiting with "buy-able" players ;D


The Blue Eagles still have 6 players from the Ateneo system

Juami Tiongson - Ateneo de Manila
Bacon Austria - Ateneo de Manila
Frank Golla - Ateneo de Manila
Tonino Gonzaga - Ateneo de Manila
Eman Monfort - Ateneo de Iloilo
John Paul Erram - Ateneo de Cagayan

16th man could possibly be a Blue Eaglet.

That is still a lot compared to most teams. This is one year tho that the DLSU Green Archers have more with 7 players coming from either zobel or greenhills.

:)


Sorry, let's define homegrown players first. To me, that's a true atenean who came from grade school and high school, the formative years for jesuit education in being a real ateneans. Same can be said for the La Salle side.

Tiongson doesn't qualify as he was recruited from Colegio San Agustin. Kiefer Ravena, Paolo Romero & Al Bugarin also were recruited from LSGH and Claret. Paolo Pe, who is now the starting center for UST, was recruited from Xavier just like Ael Banal, who was not recruited into the Blue Eagles and will play for the RP Youth Under-18 Team and pass up a year of college to play for flag and country. Gwyne Capacio has opted the same direction of Banal except he will be attending school at Ateneo thus will suit up for the 2011 UAAP Season.

Am not sure about the grade school history of Monfort nor that of Erram but what I know is that they both got recruited through the Unigames Tournament. Erram was playing for Xavier University but my gameface source says he played for a different HS (not jesuit) prior to XU.

Golla, Austria and Gonzaga are true ateneans thus the Blue Eagles have 3 genuine ones only.

For DLSU - homegrown players this year are Elorde, Webb, Hererra from DLSZ, De la Paz from USLS Bacolod, Martin Reyes from LSGH.

Re the 16th man for Ateneo who was a Blue Eaglet, I wonder who could that be? Jayvee Dumrique? Kevin Gamboa? Ivan Enriquez? These 3 players from the 2008 UAAP Jrs Champion team have been wallowing in Team B since they graduated. Balmaceda? He played with the Blue Eagles in Iloilo for the Unigames last October. Jayvee Dumrique should be given the break if you ask me.

From the 10 graduates of the 2009 UAAP Jrs Champion Team (Banal, Bugarin, Alonte, Unson, Daez, Sinco, Pe, Capacio, Erazo & Reyes), Banal is with the RP Youth; Sinco opted for Saint Benilde in the NCAA; Pe is with UST for the UAAP; and the rest are in Ateneo Team B.


Kung ganyan lang ang usapan, why start with the grade school level? dapat both parents should be from the same university na rin, yan ang tunay na "homegrown" talent :D

kidding aside, TECHNICALLY speaking, shouldn't UAAP homegrown talents be defined as those players from the seniors team who came from their respective juniors team?

-
Where was Simon Atkins recruited from before transferring to DLSZ?

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IF ever the chosen 16th man is a blue eaglet, imo, it should be balmaceda or rivera. If im not mistaken, Ivan Enriquez is no longer with Team B.

coachjake
05-12-2010, 09:06 AM
This is one year that none of the UAAP Champion Team Blue Eaglets were recruited into the Blue Eagles. Of the 10 graduating BLue Eaglets: Paolo Pe is playing for UST, Luis Sinco is playing for DLS College of St. Benilde, Zandro Daez-Aldrin Unson-Tim Capacio are with Ateneo Team B and surprisingly Al Bugarin is with Ateneo Track & Field!! So much for the program developing players from Grade School to High School but stops at the College level due to the "professional" recruiting with "buy-able" players ;D


The Blue Eagles still have 6 players from the Ateneo system

Juami Tiongson - Ateneo de Manila
Bacon Austria - Ateneo de Manila
Frank Golla - Ateneo de Manila
Tonino Gonzaga - Ateneo de Manila
Eman Monfort - Ateneo de Iloilo
John Paul Erram - Ateneo de Cagayan

16th man could possibly be a Blue Eaglet.

That is still a lot compared to most teams. This is one year tho that the DLSU Green Archers have more with 7 players coming from either zobel or greenhills.

:)


Sorry, let's define homegrown players first. To me, that's a true atenean who came from grade school and high school, the formative years for jesuit education in being a real ateneans. Same can be said for the La Salle side.

Tiongson doesn't qualify as he was recruited from Colegio San Agustin. Kiefer Ravena, Paolo Romero & Al Bugarin also were recruited from LSGH and Claret. Paolo Pe, who is now the starting center for UST, was recruited from Xavier just like Ael Banal, who was not recruited into the Blue Eagles and will play for the RP Youth Under-18 Team and pass up a year of college to play for flag and country. Gwyne Capacio has opted the same direction of Banal except he will be attending school at Ateneo thus will suit up for the 2011 UAAP Season.

Am not sure about the grade school history of Monfort nor that of Erram but what I know is that they both got recruited through the Unigames Tournament. Erram was playing for Xavier University but my gameface source says he played for a different HS (not jesuit) prior to XU.

Golla, Austria and Gonzaga are true ateneans thus the Blue Eagles have 3 genuine ones only.

For DLSU - homegrown players this year are Elorde, Webb, Hererra from DLSZ, De la Paz from USLS Bacolod, Martin Reyes from LSGH.

Re the 16th man for Ateneo who was a Blue Eaglet, I wonder who could that be? Jayvee Dumrique? Kevin Gamboa? Ivan Enriquez? These 3 players from the 2008 UAAP Jrs Champion team have been wallowing in Team B since they graduated. Balmaceda? He played with the Blue Eagles in Iloilo for the Unigames last October. Jayvee Dumrique should be given the break if you ask me.

From the 10 graduates of the 2009 UAAP Jrs Champion Team (Banal, Bugarin, Alonte, Unson, Daez, Sinco, Pe, Capacio, Erazo & Reyes), Banal is with the RP Youth; Sinco opted for Saint Benilde in the NCAA; Pe is with UST for the UAAP; and the rest are in Ateneo Team B.


Kung ganyan lang ang usapan, why start with the grade school level? dapat both parents should be from the same university na rin, yan ang tunay na "homegrown" talent :D

kidding aside, TECHNICALLY speaking, shouldn't UAAP homegrown talents be defined as those players from the seniors team who came from their respective juniors team?

-
Where was Simon Atkins recruited from before transferring to DLSZ?

-
IF ever the chosen 16th man is a blue eaglet, imo, it should be balmaceda or rivera. If im not mistaken, Ivan Enriquez is no longer with Team B.


Yes, if you use seniority, then Rivera or Balmaceda should get the first shot.

No idea about Atkins.

In Ateneo's case, very few Ateneo Jrs make it to Team A in recent times, and if they do, their roles are not as starters,

Latest we heard is that Ael Banal is going to NU.

boyscout
05-12-2010, 01:59 PM
This is one year that none of the UAAP Champion Team Blue Eaglets were recruited into the Blue Eagles. Of the 10 graduating BLue Eaglets: Paolo Pe is playing for UST, Luis Sinco is playing for DLS College of St. Benilde, Zandro Daez-Aldrin Unson-Tim Capacio are with Ateneo Team B and surprisingly Al Bugarin is with Ateneo Track & Field!! So much for the program developing players from Grade School to High School but stops at the College level due to the "professional" recruiting with "buy-able" players ;D


The Blue Eagles still have 6 players from the Ateneo system

Juami Tiongson - Ateneo de Manila
Bacon Austria - Ateneo de Manila
Frank Golla - Ateneo de Manila
Tonino Gonzaga - Ateneo de Manila
Eman Monfort - Ateneo de Iloilo
John Paul Erram - Ateneo de Cagayan

16th man could possibly be a Blue Eaglet.

That is still a lot compared to most teams. This is one year tho that the DLSU Green Archers have more with 7 players coming from either zobel or greenhills.

:)


Sorry, let's define homegrown players first. To me, that's a true atenean who came from grade school and high school, the formative years for jesuit education in being a real ateneans. Same can be said for the La Salle side.

Tiongson doesn't qualify as he was recruited from Colegio San Agustin. Kiefer Ravena, Paolo Romero & Al Bugarin also were recruited from LSGH and Claret. Paolo Pe, who is now the starting center for UST, was recruited from Xavier just like Ael Banal, who was not recruited into the Blue Eagles and will play for the RP Youth Under-18 Team and pass up a year of college to play for flag and country. Gwyne Capacio has opted the same direction of Banal except he will be attending school at Ateneo thus will suit up for the 2011 UAAP Season.

Am not sure about the grade school history of Monfort nor that of Erram but what I know is that they both got recruited through the Unigames Tournament. Erram was playing for Xavier University but my gameface source says he played for a different HS (not jesuit) prior to XU.

Golla, Austria and Gonzaga are true ateneans thus the Blue Eagles have 3 genuine ones only.

For DLSU - homegrown players this year are Elorde, Webb, Hererra from DLSZ, De la Paz from USLS Bacolod, Martin Reyes from LSGH.

Re the 16th man for Ateneo who was a Blue Eaglet, I wonder who could that be? Jayvee Dumrique? Kevin Gamboa? Ivan Enriquez? These 3 players from the 2008 UAAP Jrs Champion team have been wallowing in Team B since they graduated. Balmaceda? He played with the Blue Eagles in Iloilo for the Unigames last October. Jayvee Dumrique should be given the break if you ask me.

From the 10 graduates of the 2009 UAAP Jrs Champion Team (Banal, Bugarin, Alonte, Unson, Daez, Sinco, Pe, Capacio, Erazo & Reyes), Banal is with the RP Youth; Sinco opted for Saint Benilde in the NCAA; Pe is with UST for the UAAP; and the rest are in Ateneo Team B.


Kung ganyan lang ang usapan, why start with the grade school level? dapat both parents should be from the same university na rin, yan ang tunay na "homegrown" talent :D

kidding aside, TECHNICALLY speaking, shouldn't UAAP homegrown talents be defined as those players from the seniors team who came from their respective juniors team?

-
Where was Simon Atkins recruited from before transferring to DLSZ?

-
IF ever the chosen 16th man is a blue eaglet, imo, it should be balmaceda or rivera. If im not mistaken, Ivan Enriquez is no longer with Team B.


Yes, if you use seniority, then Rivera or Balmaceda should get the first shot.

No idea about Atkins.

In Ateneo's case, very few Ateneo Jrs make it to Team A in recent times, and if they do, their roles are not as starters,

Latest we heard is that Ael Banal is going to NU.


Actually, Atkins finished his grade school and highschool in DLSZ. As to what grade level he entered Zobel that I dont know.

maroonmartian
05-12-2010, 05:27 PM
Latest we heard is that Ael Banal is going to NU.


I think may influence diyan si RP Youth head coach Eric Altamirano (uhumm) kung tama ako. Wow, sayang ang batang ito bakit ganyan na lang nangyayari. NU, then FEU, then UP (parang Joe Saret) ;D I am just dreaming.

wyatt
05-12-2010, 05:41 PM
Sino nanalo sa UE vs CSB kanina? ???

maroonmartian
05-12-2010, 09:02 PM
From the FilOil Flying V Tournament Official FACEBOOK FanPage:
(medyo hindi naman sila updated no pero updated talaga)

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Filoil-Flying-V-Sports/107361149283782?ref=ts


First Game Result (Juniors): San Beda Red Cubs 150 - RP Youth U13 49
Second Game Result (Juniors): Ateneo Blue Eaglets 49 - Perpetual Junior Altas 47
First Game Results (Seniors): UE Red Warriors 86 - St. Benilde 78
Second Game Result (Seniors): Mapua Cardinals 71 - NU Bulldogs 68
Third Game Result (Seniors): JRU Heavy Bombers 77 - FEU Tamaraws 73

* might check this very often becase they are very updated.
As for the boxscores, just check inbound pass.

coachjake
05-13-2010, 08:17 PM
Latest we heard is that Ael Banal is going to NU.


I think may influence diyan si RP Youth head coach Eric Altamirano (uhumm) kung tama ako. Wow, sayang ang batang ito bakit ganyan na lang nangyayari. NU, then FEU, then UP (parang Joe Saret) ;D I am just dreaming.



Obviously, basketball is his priority and not his career/life after basketball. Also, I heard NU has gone into big bucks ball already, what with the SM Group behind them.

What's is disturbing is that Coach Franz Pumaren was taken out of the RP Youth U-18 coaching job because he was accused of recruiting the RP Youth Players into DLSU - Torres, G. Banal, Tolentino, Marata. Then the new Coaching Staff headed by Altamirano required all RP Coaches to resign from their school coahcing jobs to avoid "conflict of interest."

Now, when Altamirano became consultant to NU, I guess that changed the rules since he was in charge. He has quietly recruited Kyle Neypes from UST and other RP Youth Players like Cedric Labing-isa. I guess Banal is another one to fall for this ploy.

Eric Gonzalez is currently NU head coach but that's for show - By season 2011, Altamirano takes over together with the RP Youth Coaching Staff.

Oh well....

BLUE HORSE
05-14-2010, 03:28 AM
^

Ael Banal's case is more complicated. There are 3 schools involved in his recruitment, ADMU, DLSU and NU. It has been assumed by most that Ael will continue to play in Katipunan. One big problem, there are limited openings in ADMU for this season and next. Now, take a look at who is waiting in the wings in team B and among the eaglets. Norman Penola is finishing his residency requirements, Kiefer Ravena and Von Pessumal will be graduating seniors out of AHS. Norman Black then went out and recruited 2 other wing players in Gwynne Capacio and Art de la Cruz while other alumni clamored that the coaching staff recruit Louie Vigil also. Suddenly, the Banal family is not feeling the love from Norman Black. The solution for this season was for Gwynne and Ael to play for the national team and hopefully things will sort themselves out by next season.

There is still the matter of Joel Banal possibly holding a grudge against MVP by the way he was let go at TNT.

Ael Banal is a perfect fit for the DLSU program of Dindo Pumaren more so than his brother Gab. Pumaren also has a surplus of wing players. This did not stop Joel Banal from reaching out to the DLSU coaching staff to guage their interest in Ael. The interest from Taft was mutual as Dindo appreciates a cold blooded scorer from the outside to loosen up the defense .

The old NU program would not have interested the Banal family but today it is a different story. Thanks to the deep pockets of the Sy family, the NU roster has been upgraded several folds with blue chip recruits from unlikely sources like SBC, Letran, UPHDS, UST and possibly AHS and Memphis. NU can offer the blue chip recruits the playing time opportunity most seek on their way to a PBL and PBA career. Eric Altamirano by himself would not have attracted the blue chippers to sign with the school despite the promise of a spot on the national team. But add the Sy family's cash disbursement and the equation is totally changed. Thanks to the Soc Rivera rule, Coach Eric is half way complete with his recruiting for season 74 as Neypes, Labing-isa and Ael are for future delivery.

If Ael Banal decides to play for NU, it means a couple of things. Ael will be the first AHS blue chipper to play for NU. The Banal family may have chosen a professional career route for Ael and the healthy signing bonus and allowance does not hurt. NU is the new gorilla in the recruiting wars. I find it ironic that Ael Banal moves on to play for NU in the future when two slots are now open in ADMU this coming season.

ToquinhoJacare
05-14-2010, 03:41 AM
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oca
05-14-2010, 08:04 AM
^

Ael Banal's case is more complicated. There are 3 schools involved in his recruitment, ADMU, DLSU and NU. It has been assumed by most that Ael will continue to play in Katipunan. One big problem, there are limited openings in ADMU for this season and next. Now, take a look at who is waiting in the wings in team B and among the eaglets. Norman Penola is finishing his residency requirements, Kiefer Ravena and Von Pessumal will be graduating seniors out of AHS. Norman Black then went out and recruited 2 other wing players in Gwynne Capacio and Art de la Cruz while other alumni clamored that the coaching staff recruit Louie Vigil also. Suddenly, the Banal family is not feeling the love from Norman Black. The solution for this season was for Gwynne and Ael to play for the national team and hopefully things will sort themselves out by next season.

There is still the matter of Joel Banal possibly holding a grudge against MVP by the way he was let go at TNT.

Ael Banal is a perfect fit for the DLSU program of Dindo Pumaren more so than his brother Gab. Pumaren also has a surplus of wing players. This did not stop Joel Banal from reaching out to the DLSU coaching staff to guage their interest in Ael. The interest from Taft was mutual as Dindo appreciates a cold blooded scorer from the outside to loosen up the defense .

The old NU program would not have interested the Banal family but today it is a different story. Thanks to the deep pockets of the Sy family, the NU roster has been upgraded several folds with blue chip recruits from unlikely sources like SBC, Letran, UPHDS, UST and possibly AHS and Memphis. NU can offer the blue chip recruits the playing time opportunity most seek on their way to a PBL and PBA career. Eric Altamirano by himself would not have attracted the blue chippers to sign with the school despite the promise of a spot on the national team. But add the Sy family's cash disbursement and the equation is totally changed. Thanks to the Soc Rivera rule, Coach Eric is half way complete with his recruiting for season 74 as Neypes, Labing-isa and Ael are for future delivery.

If Ael Banal decides to play for NU, it means a couple of things. Ael will be the first AHS blue chipper to play for NU. The Banal family may have chosen a professional career route for Ael and the healthy signing bonus and allowance does not hurt. NU is the new gorilla in the recruiting wars. I find it ironic that Ael Banal moves on to play for NU in the future when two slots are now open in ADMU this coming season.


Dalawang bagay pala ang nagdala sa mga bata sa NU... deep pockets and professional career route.

bluegreen
05-14-2010, 10:05 PM
^

Ael Banal's case is more complicated. There are 3 schools involved in his recruitment, ADMU, DLSU and NU. It has been assumed by most that Ael will continue to play in Katipunan. One big problem, there are limited openings in ADMU for this season and next. Now, take a look at who is waiting in the wings in team B and among the eaglets. Norman Penola is finishing his residency requirements, Kiefer Ravena and Von Pessumal will be graduating seniors out of AHS. Norman Black then went out and recruited 2 other wing players in Gwynne Capacio and Art de la Cruz while other alumni clamored that the coaching staff recruit Louie Vigil also. Suddenly, the Banal family is not feeling the love from Norman Black. The solution for this season was for Gwynne and Ael to play for the national team and hopefully things will sort themselves out by next season.

There is still the matter of Joel Banal possibly holding a grudge against MVP by the way he was let go at TNT.

Ael Banal is a perfect fit for the DLSU program of Dindo Pumaren more so than his brother Gab. Pumaren also has a surplus of wing players. This did not stop Joel Banal from reaching out to the DLSU coaching staff to guage their interest in Ael. The interest from Taft was mutual as Dindo appreciates a cold blooded scorer from the outside to loosen up the defense .

The old NU program would not have interested the Banal family but today it is a different story. Thanks to the deep pockets of the Sy family, the NU roster has been upgraded several folds with blue chip recruits from unlikely sources like SBC, Letran, UPHDS, UST and possibly AHS and Memphis. NU can offer the blue chip recruits the playing time opportunity most seek on their way to a PBL and PBA career. Eric Altamirano by himself would not have attracted the blue chippers to sign with the school despite the promise of a spot on the national team. But add the Sy family's cash disbursement and the equation is totally changed. Thanks to the Soc Rivera rule, Coach Eric is half way complete with his recruiting for season 74 as Neypes, Labing-isa and Ael are for future delivery.

If Ael Banal decides to play for NU, it means a couple of things. Ael will be the first AHS blue chipper to play for NU. The Banal family may have chosen a professional career route for Ael and the healthy signing bonus and allowance does not hurt. NU is the new gorilla in the recruiting wars. I find it ironic that Ael Banal moves on to play for NU in the future when two slots are now open in ADMU this coming season.


Dalawang bagay pala ang nagdala sa mga bata sa NU... deep pockets and professional career route.





Well said! ;D

thadeus
05-21-2010, 08:39 PM
from http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Official-ABS-CBN-Sports-Page/283004042268?v=wall

SSC def AdU 83-76

UPHSD def DLSU 71-56

looks like the final slots for the quarterfinal stage for both groups are still up for grabs.

maroonmartian
05-21-2010, 09:02 PM
from http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Official-ABS-CBN-Sports-Page/283004042268?v=wall

SSC def AdU 83-76

UPHSD def DLSU 71-56 :o

looks like the final slots for the quarterfinal stage for both groups are still up for grabs.



Natalo sila tapos tambak pa? Well ok na rin kasi pasok na sila sa semis (DLSU).

the_falcon_way
05-21-2010, 09:20 PM
meron po bang may updated standing ng cup na ito?

thadeus
05-22-2010, 06:12 AM
meron po bang may updated standing ng cup na ito?


from Inboundpass: http://www.inboundpass.com/2010/05/21/2010-filoil-flying-v-tanduay-first-five-invitational-cup-team-standings/

GROUP A (Win – Lose, Lost to:)

Ateneo de Manila University: 6 – 1 Lost to: DLSU

University of the Philippines: 5 – 2 Lost to: SBC, ADMU

San Beda College: 2 – 1 Lost to: ADMU

De La Salle University: 3 – 2 Lost to: UP, UPHSD

Arellano University: 2 – 3 Lost to: ADMU, CSJL, UP

University of Perpetual Help System Dalta: 2 – 3 Lost to: AU, ADMU, UP

Colegio de San Juan de Letran: 1 – 4 Lost to: DLSU, ADMU, UP, UPHSD

Emilio Aguinaldo College: 0 – 5 Lost to: DLSU, SBC, UP, AU, ADMU

GROUP B (Win – Lose, Lost to:)

Jose Rizal University: 6 – 1 Lost to: SSC-R

San Sebastian College – Recoletos: 5 – 1 Lost to: RP U-18

Far Eastern University: 3 – 2 Lost to: UE, JRU

Adamson University: 4 – 3 Lost to: FEU, NU, SSC-R

University of the East: 4 – 4 Lost to: SSC-R, AdU, JRU, NU

National University: 2 – 3 Lost to: JRU, SSC-R, MIT

RP Under-18: 2 – 4 Lost to: FEU, UE, AdU, JRU

Mapúa Institute of Technology: 1 – 4 Lost to: AdU, JRU, UE, RP U-18

College of St. Benilde: 0 – 5 Lost to: JRU, FEU, UE, SSC-R, AdU

Curious
05-22-2010, 10:40 AM
San Sebastian clips late Falcon rally, moves to 5-1
by Celest Flores

SAN SEBASTIAN College-Recoletos firmed up its bid for a quarterfinal berth as it escaped a furious late rally by Adamson University, 83-76, in the 2010 FilOil Flying V Tanduay First Five Invitational Cup at the Arena in San Juan City last May 21.

The reigning NCAA champions looked headed to yet another rout with almost every member of the team making it to the scoring sheet after three quarters of play. But Leo Austria and his Adamson squad had other plans.

After leading by as many as 20 points at the six-minute mark of the final quarter thanks to a basket by the Stags’ heady point guard Pamboy Raymundo, the Falcons blitzed to an 18-3 run to pull themselves to within five, 81-76 with under 30 seconds left in the ballgame. Lester Alvarez, Raymundo’s pesky counterpart on the floor, had a game-high 20 points, including two straight triples that initialed the run, while Jan Colina capped it off with a three-point basket. Unfortunately for Adamson, that was the closest it could get as time wasn’t on its side.

“Since malaki na yung lamang naming, medyo nag-relax kami kaya napabayaan si Alvarez na nakadalawang three points. Medyo na-rattle din kami sa press nila, buti nalang nakarecover kami at nakabuo na kami ng malaking lamang,” said San Sebastian head coach Ato Agustin after the game.

But it was too little, too late for Adamson as San Sebastian big man Calvin Abueva nervously sank two free throws with 25 ticks remaining to seal the game and help up his team’s record to 5-1 in Group B action. Only JRU, at 6-1, has a better record. In case of a tie, the Stags will move up the ladder since they defeated the Heavy Bombers, 73-63, on opening day. Adamson, meanwhile, fell to 4-3.

Abueva, who has always shown up offensively for San Sebastian in the preseason, especially in lieu of NCAA Season 85 Finals Most Valuable Player Jimbo Aquino, struggled and wound up with a measly seven points.

Ian Sangalang and Ronald Pascual on the other hand, paced the Stags with 16 and 14 points respectively.
The scores:

San Sebastian 83 – Sangalang 16, Pascual 14, Raymundo 13, Maconocido 10, Bulawan 8, Abueva 7, E. Gatchalian 7, Semira 5, Gorospe 2, del Rio 1.

Adamson 76 – Alvarez 20, Manyara 14, Stinett 11, Nuyles 8, Camson 8, Colina 7, Canada 5, Importante 2, Lozada 1, Galinato 0, Cabrera 0.

Quarter scores: 20-16, 40-34, 67-52, 83-76.

Joescoundrel
05-31-2010, 10:17 AM
The following are the players leading in statistical points in no particular order:

Mike Silungan of UP
Paul Lee of UE
Calvin Abueva of San Sebastian
RR Garcia of FEU
Jam Cortes of Letran
Nico Salva of Ateneo
Emmanuel Mbe of NU
Reil Cervantes of FEU
Magi Sison of UP

Given the team standings, it could come down to Silungan, Lee, Abueva and Garcia duking it out for tournament MVP honors, unless Salva has monster 30-plus points / double-double games in the Quarters and Semis.

Strangely there are no San Beda or JRU players there in spite of the solid records of those two teams.

The_Big_Cat
06-01-2010, 09:29 AM
^Balance ang point production ng San Beda. Around 5 games you see a different leading scorer. Same goes to JRU.

mighty_lion
06-01-2010, 02:49 PM
Rome and Sudan are SBC's leading scorers with 10.6 points a piece. 6 other players averages 6-9 ppg.

Sam Miguel
06-03-2010, 07:31 AM
^^^ Solid and balanced production is actually a better indication of team success in the Fil Oil turnament thus far. In the case of San Beda and JRU, they clearly have a lot of weapons at their disposal, making it harder for opponents to take it to them or focus on just one or two players.

Joescoundrel
06-06-2010, 11:14 AM
As per the Fil Oil Commissioner's Office, this is the Quarterfinals schedule for the seniors:

FEU vs UP 11 AM
Ateneo vs Adamson 2 PM
San Beda vs JRU 4 PM
San Sebastian vs Lasalle 6 PM

I assume this is for Wednesday 9 June 2010 at Arena. All of these are one-game winner-take-all affairs.






Gameface is Philippine Basketball

The_Big_Cat
06-06-2010, 03:22 PM
The semifinal scenario on June 11 would be like this

2pm winner Ateneo/Adamson vs winner FEU/UP
4pm winner San Sebastian/La Salle vs winner San Beda/JRU

qing_her
06-06-2010, 04:00 PM
nakakainis naman... bat di nasunod yung dating sched?
people want to watch the UP-FEU game pero dahil nausog may mga taong di makakapanood
eh ayos na naman yung sched!

jmaroons23
06-06-2010, 07:33 PM
Yahoo! Thank you for the schedule update, mapapanood ko na din yung UP/FEU! ;)

ballerz
06-07-2010, 08:09 PM
Magkano po ang ticket?? ???

gider
06-09-2010, 09:16 AM
As per the Fil Oil Commissioner's Office, this is the Quarterfinals schedule for the seniors:

FEU vs UP 11 AM
Ateneo vs Adamson 2 PM
San Beda vs JRU 4 PM
San Sebastian vs Lasalle 6 PM

I assume this is for Wednesday 9 June 2010 at Arena. All of these are one-game winner-take-all affairs.






Gameface is Philippine Basketball


http://www.mb.com.ph/articles/261174/ateneo-ssc-eye-semifinal

mukhang niloko ka pre ng kausap mo sa comish ofc,

Games Wednesday (Filoil Flying V Arena)
11 a.m. — FEU vs UP (Srs)
2 p.m. — San Beda vs JRU (Srs)
4 p.m. — Ateneo vs Adamson (Srs)
6 p.m. — San Sebastian vs La Salle (Srs)

mighty_lion
06-09-2010, 11:11 AM
Televised ba yong 2-6pm?

ankle breaker
06-11-2010, 05:05 AM
Filoil Final Four: FEU faces AdU; JRU vs SSC
By Kristina Villanueva (The Philippine Star) Updated June 11, 2010 12:00 AM


MANILA, Philippines - Defending champion Far Eastern University mixes it up with Adamson University while Jose Rizal University clashes with San Sebastian in the Final Four of the Filoil Flying V First Five Invitational Cup at the Filoil Flying V Arena today.

The Falcons, who shocked the fancied Ateneo Eagles, 66-59, in the quarterfinals last Wednesday, hope to draw another solid game from Roider Cabrera, who hit five triples in the fourth quarter to key the team’s surprise victory over the back-to-back UAAP champions.

“(Roider) Cabrera is still not consistent with his performance. But he is strong-willed and is confident with his shots and that is what I need in this team,” said Adamson coach Leo Austria.

But the Falcons will have their hands full against the Tamaraws in their 2 p.m. match with the latter beefed up by the return of Smart Gilas standouts JR Cawaling and Aldrech Ramos.

“They (Cawaling and Ramos) are still adjusting to the team. In terms of plays and execution, they have no problem with it. But in terms of communicating with their teammates on court, they are still working on that,” said FEU coach Glenn Capacio. “They have not played with us for seven months so we’re taking things slowly.”

Meanwhile, Jose Rizal U likewise hopes to come up with a follow up to its big 67-64 victory over San Beda in the quarters as it seeks a finals berth against San Sebastian at 4 p.m.

In juniors action, Ateneo takes on San Sebastian while San Beda battles La Salle Greenhills for berths in the final of the Filoil Flying V Accel Badolato Cup.

The Blue Eaglets and the Red Cubs, who swept their respective groups in the elims to clinch outright semis berths, are fancied to get past their rivals in their 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. matches, respectively.

“San Beda is a very strong team and it takes a lot of guts to face them,” said LSGH coach Hubert delos Santos.

Ateneo is expected to show up with a complete roster with the return of Von Pessumal and Paolo Romero, who are coming off a three-week US training stint with the national team.

Kiefer Ravena, also an RP Youth mainstay, suited up early for the team and showed up in the Eaglets’ last game against Emilio Aguinaldo College where he hit the winning basket.