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09-12-2011, 08:30 PM
Baby Tams claim top spot in jrs. caging
Anthony Divinagracia, Monday, September 12, 2011.
DLSZ 11-3
NU 10-4
ADMU 9-5
ADU 7-7
UST 5-9
UPIS 1-13
UE 1-13

Manila, Philippines – Far Eastern University (FEU)-FERN made its Final Four return extra special by clinching the no.1 seed and the all-important twice-to-beat advantage going into the playoff stage of the 74th UAAP juniors basketball tournament.

The Baby Tamaraws plastered third-running National University (NU), 71-60, on Saturday at the Blue Eagle Gym to deny the Bullpups of a complication-filled triple-tie for first place and secure the top spot at 12-2.

Down 9-12 after the opening quarter, FEU altered the complexion of the game behind Jovanie Luz, who scored eight of his top-scoring 15 points in the second period to wrest the lead for the Baby Tamaraws, 29-21, at the half.

Leading MVP contender Jerie Pingoy and Al-Jonier Hassan backstopped Luz with 14 markers each. The spitfirish Pingoy also registered a career-high eight steals while issuing seven of the Baby Tamaraws’ 17 assists to reassert their dominance over the Bullpups, whom they beat (84-79) in the first round.

With Pingoy directing traffic, the Baby Tamaraws build a commanding 48-36 margin despite the stellar play of Ralph Tansingco, Ralph Atangan, and Norjohn Tendenilla, who combined for 16 of NU’s 19-point output in the third canto.

FEU’s 52-40 buffer entering the final quarter proved enough cushion for the Baby Tamaraws as Al-Jonier Hassan, Pingoy, and Luz joined hands to finish the Bullpups despite a remarkable 11-point swing from Atangan.

Atangan topped the charts with 19 points and 11 rebounds while Tansingco registered the game’s second double-double by tallying 12 markers and 14 boards for NU, which faces the twice-to-beat De La Salle Zobel in the Final Four.

The second-seeded Junior Archers closed the eliminations with an 11-3 record after dropping a 56-67 contest to defending champion Ateneo de Manila University.

Tomas Ramos led the fourth-ranked Eaglets with 16 points while Kris Porter added 15 plus 12 rebounds to anchor Ateneo’s payback against the Junior Archers, who slapped them a 78-75 defeat back in their first meeting.

Ateneo (9-5) put on the defensive cuffs on La Salle’s gunners right from the opening tip with only Axel Torres finishing in double-figures (12 points) for the offensively gifted Junior Archers.

Gabby Reyes, La Salle’s other prolific scorer, was limited to a measly 4 points on a woeful 1-of-12 shooting in 27 minutes of action.

Kristiane Velhagen backed Torres with nine points and 12 rebounds while Joseph Tempongko and Renzo Subido added seven markers apiece for La Salle, which only made 22 of their 79 attempts (27.8 percent) in their entire game.

In other games, Adamson University (7-7) finalized its hold of fifth place by downing University of Santo Tomas (5-9), 57-49.

University of the Philippines Integrated School meanwhile tied University of the East for last place at 1-13 after nipping the Pages in overtime, 73-71.

The Final Four matches will begin on Friday (Sept. 16) with the top-seeded Baby Tamaraws and the Junior Archers staking their twice-to-beat edge against the no. 4 Eaglets and the no.3 Bullpups, respectively.

The Scores:

1st Game
FEU-FERN 71 - Luz 15, Pingoy 14, Hassan A 15, Aguilon 10, Delfinado 6, You 4, Estrada 4, Domingo R 4, Hassan J 0, Domingo J 0, Palacio 0, Estacio 0.

NU 60 - Atangan 19, Tansingco 12, Tendenilla 10, Rivero 7, Napa 6, Baliton 3, Busa 3, Villagracia 0, Subrabas 0, Lapiz 0, Battad 0.

09-12-2011, 08:31 PM
MUkhang makakaisa na tayo d2 lol ;D ;D ;D

09-21-2011, 01:16 PM
FEU foils Ateneo 4-peat
(The Philippine Star) Updated September 21, 2011 12:00 AM Comments (0) View comments

MANILA, Philippines - National University’s (NU) presence is now indeed being felt in all corners of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) after its juniors basketball team, the Bullpups, beat La Salle Zobel, 49-46, to advance to the Season 74 finals against Far Eastern University (FEU).

The Baby Tamaraws frustrated the Ateneo Blue Eaglets’ four-peat bid with a 63-56 victory in yesterday’s other Final Four knockout game at the Blue Eagle Gym.

Norjohn Tendenilla had 12 points and Raphael Atangan contributed 11 points and 14 rebounds for the Bullpups of NU, which has made its mark this season in men’s basketball (MVP Bobby Ray Parks Jr.) and in men’s badminton, where it wound up runner-up.

Paolo Rivero also delivered for NU with 12 rebounds, and so did Paul Baliton with eight rebounds and six assists.

No Junior Archer finished in double figure with Kristiane Velhagen topscoring with nine points to go with his 11 rebounds in the match that actually went tight most of the way with two deadlocks and nine lead changes.

Joshua Aguilon had 21 points and Jerie Pingoy 18 markers for the Baby Tamaraws, who were forced to a KO game by the Blue Eagles, the champions the last three seasons.

Kristoffer Porter had a double-double 14 points and as many rebounds but the rest of the Blue Eagles groped in the second half after they controlled the first two periods – 19-8 and 29-22.

09-21-2011, 01:39 PM
In women's basketball, FEU blitzed to a 66-44 triumph over La Salle to earn the right of facing Adamson in the finals.

Raiza Palmera had 17 points, Allana Lim scored 14 and Camille Sambile made 11 markers for the Lady Tamaraws. —

09-21-2011, 02:26 PM
sayang ala Bonfire sa katipunan ;D

09-21-2011, 10:29 PM
In women's basketball, FEU blitzed to a 66-44 triumph over La Salle to earn the right of facing Adamson in the finals.

Raiza Palmera had 17 points, Allana Lim scored 14 and Camille Sambile made 11 markers for the Lady Tamaraws. —

Raiza Palmera. :D Pangatlong sunod mo na kalaban ang Adamson sa Finals at dalawang beses kang tinalo ng mga dati mo team mates na si Amby Almazan, Khaterine Mangahas at Ana Buendia sa RP U19 (kasama rin niya FEU team mates niya na si Soc Borja at Astrero). Sana makuha mo na ulit (he did in 2008 against UP at nalungkot ako noon kasi nasa Finals na kami a lot of times di man lang namin makuha yung 8th title after two decades of waiting). Hindi ka pa ang star noon alam ko (may Miag-Ao, Mercado at Reyes noon). Sana makuha mo na this year at sana MVP.

09-25-2011, 11:17 AM
Baby Tams, Lady Falcons win Game 1 of respective UAAP title seriesREUBEN TERRADO, GMA News
09/24/2011 | 03:29 PM

Far Eastern University and Adamson University drew first blood in Game 1 of their respective best-of-three title series against separate opponents in the juniors and women's divisions Saturday at the Araneta Coliseum.

FEU-Nicanor Reyes Educational Foundation beat National University, 71-67, in overtime to take Game 1 of the UAAP juniors basketball finals while the Lady Falcons escaped with a 60-56 win over the FEU Lady Tamaraws.

The Baby Tamaraws rode on Jerie Pingoy's game-long brilliance as the 16-year-old transferee from University of Cebu moved FEU closer to winning its first juniors crown since coming back to the league in 2005.

The son of former PBA player Jerry Pingoy finished with 22 points and opened the five-minute extension with back-to-back baskets.

The Baby Tamaraws outscored the Bullpups, 19-9, in the second quarter including a 13-4 start for a 33-19 lead at the turn.

"We knew that NU will be very confident against us. We were fortunate to lead by as many as 15 points but because the players are inexperienced, they failed to handle the pressure," said Baby Tams' first-year coach Mike Oliver.

Pingoy opened overtime with a short stab and scored on a fastbreak lay-up after that to give FEU a four-point lead. Jovanie Luz hit a jumper to make it a six-point spread, 69-63.

Norjohn Tendenilla converted a jumper and made two free throws to pull NU within two but the Bullpups failed to score after that.

Despite FEU-FERN's 14-point halftime lead, NU recovered and trimmed the deficit to six (52-46) at the end of the third.

A Tendenilla jumper capped NU's 6-0 spurt for a 61-59 Bullpups lead, but the Baby Tamaraws answered with baskets by Pingoy and John Estacio.

Ralph Tansingco hit the game-tying basket with 1:55 left in regulation.

Tempers flared after the game when NU board member Junel Baculi and FEU-FERN consultant Horacio Lim engaged in a verbal altercation on their way to the dugout before cooler heads stepped in.

In women's action, Adamson held FEU scoreless in the final three minutes to steal Game 1 with a 60-56 decision.

The Lady Falcons scored the game's final 11 points to fight back from a 56-49 deficit to move a game away to claiming a third straight women's crown.

Anna Buendia had 18 points, 12 rebounds, three assists and two steals while Snow Peñaranda tallied 17 markers and 12 boards as Adamson seeks to win the crown for the first time without Analyn Almazan, a vital cog in the Lady Falcons' last two title wins.

Almazan is now playing for the national team.

Fria Bernardo had 13 points also for Adamson.

Allana Lim led the Lady Tams, who entered the finals as the top seed, with 17 points while Raiza Palmera and Karen Columna added 15 and 10 markers each. — JVP, GMA News

Women's final
Adamson 60—Buendia 18, Penaranda 17, Bernardo 13, Ortega 9, Balasta 3, Taroja 0, De Leon 0, Avila 0, Versoza 0, Taller 0.

FEU 56—Lim 17, Palmera 15, Columna 10, Borja 6, Sambile 4, Yazon 2, Soriano 2, Valenzona 0, Supnet 0.

Quarter scores: 15-7, 29-28, 41-42, 60-56.

Juniors final
FEU-FERN 71—Pingoy 22, Domingo 9, Estacio 9, Luz 8, Aguilon 8, You 4, A. Hassan 4, Delfinado 3, J. Hassan 2, Palacio 2, San Jose 0.

NU 67—Tendenilla 16, Baliton 12, Busa 12, Rivero 9, Atangan 8, Tansingco 7, Subrabas 2, Lopena 1, Villagracia 0, Battad 0, Napa 0.

Quarter scores: 14-10, 33-19, 52-46, 63-63 (regulation), 71-67 (OT).

09-25-2011, 08:23 PM
^ tatlong manok sa tatlong UAAP basketball division? Malas na lang kung di pa sila makakuha ng isa lang dun? Anyone who knows when is the telecast of this games?

09-26-2011, 04:43 PM
Tuesday din appetizer ng Game 2 ng Seniors .

09-26-2011, 04:47 PM
Baby Tams, Lady Falcons near titles
Anthony Divinagracia, Saturday, September 24, 2011.
Manila, Philippines – One more win.

Far Eastern University (FEU)-FERN stepped on the verge of claiming its first title in 24 years with a gutsy 71-67 overtime victory over a determined National University (NU) side on Saturday in Game 1 of the 74th UAAP juniors basketball finals at the Araneta Coliseum.

Juniors MVP Jerie Pingoy facilitated FEU’s escape act by hitting four of his game-high 22 points in the five-minute extension to douse the rallying Bullpups and set the mood for the title-clinching Game 2.

The Baby Tamaraws, for the record, last won the juniors title in 1987 before leaving the league and returning only in 2005.

“Magaling ang bata (Jerie). Alam kung kelan mag-step up para sa team. Hindi natatakot na dalhin ang team kahit crucial yung game,” FEU coach Michael Oliver said of the 16-year old son of former PBA cager Jerie, Sr.

Pingoy, who also had eight rebounds five steals and four assists, fueled the Baby Tamaraws’s offense in the extra period by draining a short stab and a fastbreak lay-up before Jovanie Luz added a jumper to give FEU a 69-63 lead.

Norjohn Tendenilla responded with a jumper and a pair of free throws to cut the deficit by just a bucket. But FEU’s hustle and lockdown defense proved too much for the Bullpups, who missed all their attempts to virtually yield the game and the final count.

“We knew NU will be very confident going into this match. Their inexperience, I guess, played to our advantage despite our quite showing in the second half,” Oliver said.

With Pingoy catching fire early on, the Baby Tamaraws raced to an imposing 33-19 halftime advantage.

But the Bullpups kept their bite into the game and slowly cut the double-digit deficit to only 46-52 heading into the fourth quarter.

NU surprised FEU with a 6-0 blitz to snatch the upperhand, 61-59 but the Baby Tamaraws quickly recovered on baskets each by Pingoy and John Estacio,

The Bullpups then scored four straight points, including a Ralph Tansingco basket to knot the count for the last time with 1:55 left and eventually send the match into overtime.

Tendenilla led NU with 16 points while Paul Baliton and Ralph Busa tallied 12 markers each.

In women’s play, back-to-back champion Adamson University set its three-peat drive in motion by subduing FEU, 60-56.

Anna Buendia posted a double-double of 18 points and 12 rebounds on top of three assists and two steals while Snow Peñaranda added 17 markers and 12 boards to help the Lady Falcons rally from a 49-56 deficit.

Buendia and Peñaranda also anchored Adamson’s defense which held the Lady Tamaraws scoreless in the last three minutes of the game.

Fria Bernardo also made her presence felt for Adamson with 13 points, five feeds and five takeaways.

Allana Lim paced the Lady Tamaraws with 17 points while Raiza Palmera and Karen Colomna chalked up 15 and 10, respectively.

FEU and Adamson go for the clincher on Tuesday before Game 2 of the men's finals at the Araneta Coliseum.

The scores:

FEU-FERN 71 - Pingoy, Domingo J 9, Estacio 9, Luz 8, Aguilon 8, you 4, Hassan A 4, Delfinado 3, Hassan J 2, Palacio 2, San Jose 0.

NU 67 - Tendenilla 16, Baliton 12, Busa 12, Rivero 9, Atangan 8, Tansingco 7, Subrabas 2, Lopena 1, Villagracia 0, Battad 0, Napa 0.

Quarter scores: 14-10, 33-19, 52-46, 63-63, 71-67.

ADU 60 - Buendia 18, Penaranda 17, Bernardo 13, Ortega 9, Balasta 9, Taroja 3, De Leon 0, Avila 0, Versoza 0, Taller 0.

FEU 56 - Lim 17, Palmera 15, Columna 10, Borja 6, Sambile 4, Yazon 2, Soriano 2, Valenzona 0, Supnet 0.

Quarter scores: 15-7, 29-28, 41-42, 60-56.

09-27-2011, 03:47 PM
There will be Games 3 for both the Juniors and the Women.

Apparently both games were played through before the UAAP decided to postpone the Men's Game 2.

NU beat FEU FERN, while FEU beat Adamson, as both divisions go to a Game 3 this Sunday 2 October at the Arena in San Juan.

10-02-2011, 09:06 AM
FEU shoots for UAAP juniors, women's crowns
(The Philippine Star) Updated October 02, 2011 12:00 AM Comments (0) View comments

MANILA, Philippines - National University guns for a breakthrough title while Far Eastern U-FERN shoots for a first crown in 24 years when the two dispute the UAAP Season 74 juniors crown today at the Arena in San Juan.

The Baby Tams drew first blood in the race-to-two series, 71-67 in overtime, last Saturday, but the Bullpups drew even with a come-from-behind 57-46 victory in a storm-hit Game 2 last Tuesday, setting the 3 p.m. battle for the marbles.

Also figuring in a winner-take-all duel are defending women’s champion Adamson and FEU Lady Tams, who take the court at 1 p.m.

“It’s back to square one for us. Our philosophy will be the same as Game 2, sustain our defense and our offense will come,” said NU coach Jeff Napa, who will bank on Mythical 5 member Raphael Atangan, big Paolo Rivero and Norjohn Tendenilla to bring the school its first ever juniors diadem.

The Baby Tams are expected to lean on MVP Jerie Pingoy but should get more support from Joshua Aguilon, Jovanie Luz, Jose Domingo and Al-jonner Hassan to give FEU-FERN’s first high school trophy since 1987.

The Lady Falcons, who are aiming for their third consecutive crown, took the opener in comeback fashion, 60-56, but the Lady Tams forced sudden death via a 72-50 rout in rain-drenched Game 2.

Meanwhile, the UAAP announced it is granting concession to ticketholders of women’s and juniors’ Game 2 who were not able to watch due to typhoon Pedring. The league said it would honor tickets issued by Ticketnet for the Sept. 27 games in today’s Game 3.

10-04-2011, 05:39 PM
Palmera powers Lady Tams to UAAP title
Josiah Israel Albelda, Sunday, October 02, 2011.
Even as she sang her swan song in the UAAP, Raiza Palmera proved once more that she is, indeed, the league's Most Valuable Player.

With their foes breathing down their necks in the fourth, Palmera rose to the occassion, banking in seven points in a 9-0 spurt that restored order in Far Eastern University's 68-57 shellacking of dethroned Adamson University in Game 3 of their finals series today.

The Lady Tamaraws waxed hot in the second quarter and limited the Lady Falcons to a measly three points to take a 37-14 lead at halftime.

A trey by the Morayta-based squad padded it to 40-14 as FEU looked invincible in giving the two-time defending champions a neat beatdown.

But Adamson showed why it has reigned the women's circuit the past couple of years, gradually clawing back and closing in at 50-43 after a 29-10 blast, 7:24 left in the match.

Then came Palmera.

The guard, who also helped the Lady Tamaraws cop the crown in 2008, drilled in back-to-back jumpers, fed Finals MVP Allana Lim for a tweener then hit a three-pointer of her own in a 9-0 run that put the game out of hand.

Palmera would finish with 24 points while the burly Lim scored 19 markers and hauled down nine eight rebounds.

"We were just hungry," coach Allan Albano, who was the top lieutenant when FEU lost two consecutive finals stints to the Lady Falcons.

Snow Penaranda led Adamson with 16 points and 19 boards even as Angel Ortega added 14 markers and six rebounds.

The scores:

FEU (68) - Palmera 24, Lim 19, Columna 14, Borja 5, Valenzona 2, Yazon 2, Sambile 0, Tiu 0, Supnet 0

Adamson (57) - Penaranda 16, Ortega 14, Buendia 13, Bernardo 6, Balasta 5, De Leon 2, Taroja 1, Avila 0, Versoza 0, Taller 0

Quarters: 19-11, 37-14, 48-34, 68-57

10-04-2011, 05:41 PM
TaMs Junior lost to NU bullpups to take the crown .

10-04-2011, 09:43 PM
TaMs Junior lost to NU bullpups to take the crown .

Damn ang lakas na pala ng NU. Kung malakas na team nila, paano pa kaya pag pumasok ang mga players nila sa high school. As for FEU, I am curious who from the Juniors will join the seniors next year. Tignan mo naman kasi in the past years. Hans Knuttel, JR Cawaling, Terrence Romeo, Chris Sentcheu, and Russel Escoto all came from FEU-FERN.

10-05-2011, 12:01 PM
^^ papano naman hindi lalakas ang NU puro mga hugot-probinsya na wala naman pagasa mag-seniors ang mga player nila sa juniors...? pero walanjo din itong si jeff napa, inunahan pa mag-UAAP champion si eric altamirano, at hindi pa kinailangan na mag-pad ng stats ang kahit sino sa bull pups para makamit ang korona. mas mainam pala siguro na si jeff napa na lang ang gawin nilang head coach sa seniors, baka saklai mas makita ng koponan nila na mas mahalaga ng milya-milya ang mag-kampeon kesa mag-pad stats na MVP...

10-05-2011, 08:43 PM
Galing ni Jeff napa nakauna pa sa Seniors nila LOl

05-28-2012, 06:37 PM
Baby Tams top Freego Cup
The Philippine Star
Posted at 05/28/2012 5:20 PM | Updated as of 05/28/2012 5:20 PM
MANILA, Philippines - Far Eastern University made three triples in the payoff period as it rallied to dethrone Hope Christian High School, 69-61, in the FCBL-Freego Cup at the Buddhacare Gym in Quezon City yesterday.

JJ Domingo, Roger Domingo and Kooh Yuk You hit a triple each to spark FEU’s fightback from a 46-50 deficit and the Baby Tams went on to pull off the win in the country’s biggest pre-season tournament for high school for the first time.

Kooh was the game’s biggest revelation as he exploded for 16 points while Roger Domingo and Jeson Delfinado chipped in 12 points each to help the Baby Tams upset the top-seeded Hope Christian side in the tournament presented by Freego and sponsored by Smart.

The Baby Tams, who finished No. 2 in the elims, also drew a solid game from Jerie Pingoy who scored five of his seven points in the final quarter.

Meantime, Mapua outlasted Chang Kai Shek College, 70-66, to finish third in the tournament backed by Hapee Toothpaste, Fruitas Fruit Shake, Nikon Home Appliances, Colt Commercial, Jumbo Plastic Linoleum, Fern-C and Insular Square (Cebu).

Freego representative Joel Yap and tournament official Horacio Lim presented the trophies to the winners, including the individual winners.

Clint Dolinguez, who paced Hope with 26 points, was named the tournament’s Freego MVP. Aside from Dolinquez, other members of the Mythical First Five are teammate John Apacible, UST’s Von Soriano and Prince Martin and Mapua’s Joshua Serrano.


05-28-2012, 06:40 PM
Finally , naka isa rin after a long time drought outside uaap league.. Good job Guys !!!