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maroonmartian
10-03-2011, 09:04 PM
Who are your candidates? Next year will be the UAAP's Diamond (75th) Anniversary and I think the best way to celebrate this is to name the 75 players who shaped the league. Only one criteria, that player should have played in the UAAP, won a UAAP crown or award and revolutionized the league. So Ateneo's Ed Ocampo and La Salle's Lim Eng Beng will not qualify since they played in the NCAA. But Franz Pumaren and Jun Reyes will qualify.

Here are some of my early candidates:

ADMU- Enrico Villanueva, Rich Alvarez, Nico Salva, Rabeh Al-Husseini
AdU- Hector Calma, Kenneth Duremdes, Ken Bono
DLSU- Franz Pumaren, Ren-ren Ritualo, JV Casio
FEU- Johnny Abarrientos, Arwind Santos
NU-Jeff Napa, R. Papa
UE-Robert Jaworski, Allan Caidic, James Yap
UP- Benjie Paras, Ronnie Magsanoc, Paolo Mendoza
UST- Dennis Espino, Pido Jarencio, Aric del Rosario

Any more candidates?

bchoter
10-04-2011, 01:23 AM
What? No Bogs Adornado?

mangtsito
10-04-2011, 02:15 AM
Franz Pumaren played for the NCAA.

bchoter
10-04-2011, 02:37 AM
No Danny I either

kerouac82
10-04-2011, 08:51 AM
Lordy Tugade and Ildefonso should be included.

june2674
10-04-2011, 09:42 AM
the mvps should be a shoo-in: RR Garcia, Ray Parks, Jervy Cruz, Dylan Ababou, Jun Limpot, Don Allado, Mark Telan, Glenn Capacio, Chris Cantonjos, Eric Altamirano and Jun Reyes

maroonmartian
10-04-2011, 02:23 PM
What? No Bogs Adornado?

It is a preliminary list. Yes Bogs Adornado should be included so is Jervy Cruz.
Suggestion ko let's make a criteria for those who should be included in this prestigious roster.

1) Played for the UAAP (I can't still decide what is the minimum playing years needed to qualify).
2) Won a UAAP championship or any major award (but some MVP awards are controversial).
3) Changed/Evolved the way the game was played in the UAAP.
e.g. Arwind Santos is the prototype of a new type of forwards that are quick, tall and athletic. I could argue that some UAAP teams developed players in his mold like Adamson's Cabrera and Lozada, Ateneo's Nico Salva etc.

Actually I am concerned that we might left out players from the 50s and 60s.

maroonmartian
10-04-2011, 02:35 PM
^ Following the criteria set above, I suggest each of us gives a list of 15 players that we think we should be on the 75 list. May mga pagkakataon na magkakaiba tayo pero may mga iilan na magkakasundo tayo. Yung mga players na kung saan tayo nagconverge malamang sila ang karapat-dapat sa listahan.

Mel
10-04-2011, 03:08 PM
Here's my initial 15

1. Benjie Paras
2. Jun Limpot
3. Danny Francisco
4. Jun Reyes
5. Johnny Abarrientos
6. Kenneth Duremdes
7. Dennis Espino
8. Renren Ritualo
9. Don Allado
10. Enrico Villanueva
11. Arwind Santos
12. Jervy Cruz
13. JV Casio
14. Rabeh Al Hussaini
15. Chris Tiu

MonL
10-04-2011, 04:27 PM
What? No Bogs Adornado?

It is a preliminary list. Yes Bogs Adornado should be included so is Jervy Cruz.
Suggestion ko let's make a criteria for those who should be included in this prestigious roster.

1) Played for the UAAP (I can't still decide what is the minimum playing years needed to qualify).
2) Won a UAAP championship or any major award (but some MVP awards are controversial).
3) Changed/Evolved the way the game was played in the UAAP.
e.g. Arwind Santos is the prototype of a new type of forwards that are quick, tall and athletic. I could argue that some UAAP teams developed players in his mold like Adamson's Cabrera and Lozada, Ateneo's Nico Salva etc.

Actually I am concerned that we might left out players from the 50s and 60s.




Then make a list per era. That's evolution for you.

maroonmartian
10-04-2011, 09:36 PM
^ Not me. I have limited knowledge especially the earlier years. Here is my list:

1. Hector Calma
2. Johnny Abarrientos
3. Arwind Santos
4. Jervy Cruz
5. Ren-Ren Ritualo
6. Allan Caidic
7. Robert Jaworski
8. Jerry Codinera
9. Rich Alvarez
10. Dennis Espino
11. Aric del Rosario-both as a player and coach
12. Kenneth Duremdes
13. Paolo Mendoza
14. Ronnie Magsanoc
15. Benjie Paras

Sana gawan ng ganitong kaeklatan ng UAAP. ;D

john_paul_manahan
10-05-2011, 05:54 AM
For the 2000s:

1. Arwind Santos
2. Renren Ritualo
3. LA Tenorio
4. Jervy Cruz
5. Enrico Villanueva
6. Rabeh Al-Hussaini
7. James Yap
8. Paul Lee
9. JVee Casio
10. Rich Alvarez
11. Nonoy Baclao
12. Dylan Ababou
13. Chris Tiu
14. Denok Miranda
15. Nico Salva

Head Coach: Norman Black
Assts: the Banals, Franz Pumaren, Pido Jarencio, Leo Austria

maroonmartian
10-06-2011, 07:48 PM
Ganda siguro kung gagawa ng ganitong book project ngayon pa lang. Calling all the journalists/sports writers. This is a good souvenir item for SEASON 75.

Dark Knight
10-06-2011, 08:24 PM
Anthony Williams for one.

Joescoundrel
10-07-2011, 07:13 AM
Here are some criteria which might help out:

1. Played at least two (2) full UAAP seasons, EVEN IF he played in the NCAA
2. Was at least named to the Mythical 5, automatic consideration for MVP, ROY (whenever this started), Defensive Player of the Year (whenever this started)
3. Team made at least the Final 4, automatic consideration for champions
4. Failing any of the above, "consistently made the headlines", construe that any way you please, positive or negative

Joescoundrel
10-07-2011, 07:15 AM
Adamson Falcons:

Hector Calma
Ken Bono
Kenneth Duremdes
Marlou Aquino

Joescoundrel
10-07-2011, 07:19 AM
Ateneo De Manila Blue Eagles:

Danny Francisco
Gilbert Reyes Jr
Enrico Villanueva
Rich Alvarez
LA Tenorio
Rabeh Al-Hussaini
Nonoy Baclao
Ryan Buenafe
Chris Tiu
Jai Reyes
Eric Salamat
Greg Slaughter
Nico Salva
Kirk Long
Kiefer Ravena
Eman Monfort

Joescoundrel
10-07-2011, 07:25 AM
Far Eastern University Tamaraws:

Jack Tanuan
Dodong "Diamond" Postanes
Johnny Abarrientos
Vic Pablo
Bryant Punzalan
Nestor Echano
Andy "Sandok" De Guzman
Ronald "Onak" Magtulis
Edwin Manabat
Anastacio "Robin" Mendoza
Celino "Aral" Cruz
Arwind Santos
Mark Isip
Dennis Miranda
Jonas Villanueva
Jeff Chan
RJ Rizada
Marc Barroca
RR Garcia
Aldrech Ramos
Reil Cervantes

Joescoundrel
10-07-2011, 07:28 AM
La Salle Green Archers:

Dindo Pumaren
Eddie Viaplana
Teddy Monasterio
Joey Sta Maria
Jun Limpot
John Cardel
Noli Locsin
Dwight Lago
Jason Webb
Tony-boy Espinosa
Mark Telan
Don Allado
Dino Aldeguer
Renren Ritualo
Mike Cortez
Mac Cardona
Joseph Yeo
JV Casio
Rico Maeirhofer

Joescoundrel
10-07-2011, 07:32 AM
National University Bulldogs:

Narciso Bernardo
Danny Ildefonso
Lordy Tugade
Jeff Napa
Froilan Baguion
Edwin Asoro
Rey Parks
Emmanuel Mbe

Joescoundrel
10-07-2011, 07:37 AM
University of the East Red Warriors:

Robert "Sonny" Jaworski
Roel Nadurata
Johnny "Ita" Revilla
Tito Varela
Rudy Distrito
Jimmy Mariano
Itoy Esguerra
Allan Caidic
Jerry Codinera
Verne Villarias
Boysie Zamar
Vic Villarias
Mar Morelos
Braulio Lim
Bobby Diloy
Ruel Buenaventura
Leo Vilar
Edwin Manubag
Ronald "Saint" Tubid
James Yap
Nino "KG" Canaleta
Rob Labagala
Mark Borboran
Elmer Espiritu
Bonbon Custodio
Paul Lee

Joescoundrel
10-07-2011, 07:40 AM
University of the Philippines Fighting Maroons:

Benjie Paras
Ronnie Magsanoc
Joey Guanio
Ricky Dandan ;D
Paolo Mendoza
Ogie Gumatay
Bryan Gahol
Marvin Cruz
JR Reyes

Joescoundrel
10-07-2011, 07:47 AM
Royal Pontifical and Catholic University of Santo Tomas Glowing Goldies / Growling Tigers:

William "Bogs" Adornado
Pido Jarencio
Chito Chavez ;D
Rabbi Tomacruz
Bal David
Rudolph "Udoy" Belmonte
Henry Ong
Glen Peter Yap
Dale Singson
Dennis Espino
Edmund Reyes
Rey Evangelista
Chris Cantonjos
Cyrus Baguio
Nino Gelig
Francis Allera
Dylan Ababou
Allen Evangelista
Jervy Cruz
Japs Cuan
Jojo Duncil
Chris Camus
Jeric Fortuna

Joescoundrel
10-07-2011, 07:48 AM
^ Candidates pa lang ang mga 'yan. Hopefully some of the older guys can share on the other big names I missed, especially from UE and FEU.

MonL
10-07-2011, 07:57 AM
Royal Pontifical and Catholic University of Santo Tomas Glowing Goldies / Growling Tigers:

William "Bogs" Adornado
Pido Jarencio
Chito Chavez ;D
Rabbi Tomacruz
Bal David
Rudolph "Udoy" Belmonte
Henry Ong
Glen Peter Yap
Dale Singson
Dennis Espino
Edmund Reyes
Rey Evangelista
Chris Cantonjos
Cyrus Baguio
Nino Gelig
Francis Allera
Dylan Ababou
Allen Evangelista
Jervy Cruz
Japs Cuan
Jojo Duncil
Chris Camus
Jeric Fortuna


Danilo Florencio
Rey Obias (aka Bogs II)

MonL
10-07-2011, 08:01 AM
University of the East Red Warriors:

Robert "Sonny" Jaworski
Roel Nadurata
Johnny "Ita" Revilla
Tito Varela
Rudy Distrito
Jimmy Mariano
Itoy Esguerra
Allan Caidic
Jerry Codinera
Verne Villarias
Boysie Zamar
Vic Villarias
Mar Morelos
Braulio Lim
Bobby Diloy
Ruel Buenaventura
Leo Vilar
Edwin Manubag
Ronald "Saint" Tubid
James Yap
Nino "KG" Canaleta
Rob Labagala
Mark Borboran
Elmer Espiritu
Bonbon Custodio
Paul Lee


Rudolf Kutch
Rey Pages
Rey Franco
Rudy Soriano

i-point
10-07-2011, 09:18 AM
NU - Jun Papa (pantapat kay Shin Dong Pa, dalawang beses na naging Olympian); USTe - Ed Cordero; DLSU - Mike Bilbao at Lim Eng Beng; ADMU - Carpio, Gaston Israel, at Watson. Si Itoy Esguerra, di ba taga-Letran yun?

Joescoundrel
10-07-2011, 09:18 AM
^ Thanks pare, I totally forgot about Rudolf Kutch and Rudy Soriano, plus Danny Florencio and Rey Pbias nga pala.

Joescoundrel
10-07-2011, 09:20 AM
NU - Jun Papa (pantapat kay Shin Dong Pa, dalawang beses na naging Olympian); USTe - Ed Cordero; DLSU - Mike Bilbao at Lim Eng Beng; ADMU - Carpio, Gaston Israel, at Watson. Si Itoy Esguerra, di ba taga-Letran yun?


Hi I-Point, my memory is a little hazy. Nakalaro ba sa UAAP sina Carpio, Gaston, Israel at Watson? Weren't these guys exclusively playing in the NCAA era of the Ateneo?

Ditto Mike Bilbao and Lim Eng Beng...?

i-point
10-07-2011, 09:24 AM
Ah yes, my bad; onga pala, pang-UAAP lang pala 'to. I stand corrected on the 70's La Salle & Ateneo players. Thanks, Joe!

Joescoundrel
10-07-2011, 10:14 AM
^ Kita na lang tayo nina Jeep sa bonfire...hehe...

nash_bedista
10-07-2011, 11:04 AM
suggestion ko rin sir/s

lagyan natin ng info or nacontribute sa team/league ng mga napili sa 75 greatest players sa UAAP ;)

Mel
10-07-2011, 12:01 PM
Based on the candidates, what I have is I think a fair allocation of slots for each of the 8 member schools:

UST (13)
1. William "Bogs" Adornado
2. Pido Jarencio
3. Bal David
4. Jervy Cruz
5. Henry Ong
6. Dale Singson
7. Dennis Espino
8. Rey Evangelista
9. Chris Cantonjos
10. Cyrus Baguio
11. Dylan Ababou
12. Danilo Florencio
13. Aric Del Rosario

UE (13)
1. Robert Jaworski
2. Roel Nadurata
3. Jimmy Mariano
4. Allan Caidic
5. Jerry Codinera
6. Rudolf Kutch
7. Boysie Zamar
8. Ronald Tubid
9. Paul Lee
10. James Yap
11. Johnny Revilla
12. Tito Varela
13. Rudy Distrito

FEU (13)
1. Johnny Abarrientos
2. Vic Pablo
3. Nestor Echano
4. Andy De Guzman
5. Anastacio "Robin" Mendoza
6. Celino Cruz
7. Arwind Santos
8. Dennis Miranda
9. Mark Isip
10. Jack Tanuan
11. RR Garcia
12. Aldrech Ramos
13. Anthony Williams

UP ( 8 )
1. Benjie Paras
2. Eric Altamirano
3. Ronnie Magsanoc
4. Paolo Mendoza
5. Marvin Cruz
6. Joey Guanio
7. (1) member of 1938 champion team
8. (1) member of 1938 champion team

NU ( 8 )
1. Narciso Bernardo
2. Cris Bolado
3. Danny Ildefonso
4. Lordy Tugade
5. Ray Parks
6. Jun Papa
7. Froilan Baguion
8. Jeff Napa

Adamson (7)
1. Hector Calma
2. Kenneth Duremdes
3. Marlou Aquino
4. Ken Bono
5. Louie Alas
6. Nandy Garcia
7. Alex Nuyles

Ateneo (7)
1. Jun Reyes
2. Ritchie Ticzon
3. Enrico Villanueva
4. Rich Alvarez
5. LA Tenorio
6. Chris Tiu
7. Rabeh Al Hussaini

DLSU (6)
1. Jun Limpot
2. Mark Telan
3. Don Allado
4. Dino Aldeguer
5. Renren Ritualo
6. JV Casio

AnthonyServinio
10-07-2011, 12:22 PM
UST (13)
1. William "Bogs" Adornado
2. Pido Jarencio
3. Bal David
4. Jervy Cruz
5. Henry Ong
6. Dale Singson
7. Dennis Espino
8. Rey Evangelista
9. Chris Cantonjos
10. Cyrus Baguio
11. Dylan Ababou
12. Danilo Florencio
13. Aric Del Rosario
14. Francisco "Bay" Vestil
15. Valentino "Val" Rosabal

FEU (13)
1. Johnny Abarrientos
2. Vic Pablo
3. Nestor Echano
4. Andy De Guzman
5. Anastacio "Robin" Mendoza
6. Celino Cruz
7. Arwind Santos
8. Dennis Miranda
9. Mark Isip
10. Jack Tanuan
11. RR Garcia
12. Aldrech Ramos
13. Anthony Williams
14. Joselino "Nonong" Roa
15. Engracio "Boy" Arazas
16. Elpido "Yoyoy" Villamin
17. Arturo "Bay" Cristobal

UP ( 8 )
1. Benjie Paras
2. Eric Altamirano
3. Ronnie Magsanoc
4. Paolo Mendoza
5. Marvin Cruz
6. Joey Guanio
7. (1) member of 1938 champion team
8. (1) member of 1938 champion team
9. Sen. Ambrosio B. Padilla

tigerman
10-07-2011, 08:36 PM
@ Sir Joe - Glen Peter Yap is from Adamson.

maroonmartian
10-07-2011, 09:42 PM
suggestion ko rin sir/s

lagyan natin ng info or nacontribute sa team/league ng mga napili sa 75 greatest players sa UAAP ;)


Eto gagawan ko ng example.Ang hirap kasi sa dami. Here is one example (mostly from Wiki).

ARWIND SANTOS (FEU)

UAAP Career:2002-2005
Height:6-4 Position: SF-PF
UAAP Title:2003, 2005 (yung controversial title vs DLSU di ko nilagay)
UAAP Awards:
-2002 Rookie of the Year
-2004, 2005 Season MVP
-2003, 2005 Finals MVP
-2003 Defensive Player of the Year
-2003-2004 Mythical Five Member

Contribution:

-Prototype of the tall, lanky but athletic forward who could play the PF,SF and SG positions. Just look at the Adamson's Cabrera and Lozada and even Ateneo's Salva or UST's Kevin Ferrer.
-All around player who could play both defense and offense.
-Defensive presence in the Tamaraws helped them won the UAAP title twice.
-Occasional dunks made the games more exciting to watch. ;D
-Teams (not just FEU) have recruited Arwind Santo-ish type of players. But unlike the recent ones who excelled either on defense or offense (inside or outside), he is the only one who could do both excellently.
-THE BEST PLAYER of the 2000s.

genom222
10-08-2011, 02:31 AM
NU - Jun Papa (pantapat kay Shin Dong Pa, dalawang beses na naging Olympian); USTe - Ed Cordero; DLSU - Mike Bilbao at Lim Eng Beng; ADMU - Carpio, Gaston Israel, at Watson. Si Itoy Esguerra, di ba taga-Letran yun?


+1 on Ed Cordero, I think he still owns the highest scoring output in one UAAP game. 74 pts nga ba?

MonL
10-08-2011, 06:41 AM
NU - Jun Papa (pantapat kay Shin Dong Pa, dalawang beses na naging Olympian); USTe - Ed Cordero; DLSU - Mike Bilbao at Lim Eng Beng; ADMU - Carpio, Gaston Israel, at Watson. Si Itoy Esguerra, di ba taga-Letran yun?


+1 on Ed Cordero, I think he still owns the highest scoring output in one UAAP game. 74 pts nga ba?


54.

MonL
10-08-2011, 06:48 AM
NU - Jun Papa (pantapat kay Shin Dong Pa, dalawang beses na naging Olympian); USTe - Ed Cordero; DLSU - Mike Bilbao at Lim Eng Beng; ADMU - Carpio, Gaston Israel, at Watson. Si Itoy Esguerra, di ba taga-Letran yun?


Hi I-Point, my memory is a little hazy. Nakalaro ba sa UAAP sina Carpio, Gaston, Israel at Watson? Weren't these guys exclusively playing in the NCAA era of the Ateneo?

Ditto Mike Bilbao and Lim Eng Beng...?


Joe, to butt in, you are correct. The big 3 played in 1977, the last year of Ateneo in the NCAA but never played in the UAAP. Bilbao and Lim finished their collegiate careers well before then, in 1972 and 1974 respectively.

Joescoundrel
10-10-2011, 09:19 AM
@ Sir Joe - Glen Peter Yap is from Adamson.


Tigerman, wasn't Glen Peter Yap the shooter who replaced Henry Ong as the designated sniper for Aric Del Rosario?

This is the guy who spent a few conferences with Alaska hindi ba?

frans031
10-10-2011, 10:08 AM
@ Sir Joe - Glen Peter Yap is from Adamson.


Tigerman, wasn't Glen Peter Yap the shooter who replaced Henry Ong as the designated sniper for Aric Del Rosario?

This is the guy who spent a few conferences with Alaska hindi ba?


Yes sir. Naging player po yan ng Alaska. Pero pag kakatanda ko ho eh nauna pa mawala sa UAAP si Glen Yap. After na last year ni Ong nung 1997, saka na pumasok sina Gelig at Baguio. Pero sin Yee, Ortiguerra, Francisco at Singson ang topguns nil nung 98.

Tiger Happy
10-11-2011, 08:52 AM
Ong finished his UAAP stint in 1998.

Glenn Peter Yap is not a Thomasian. Mapua ata yan.

Jacinto Ciria-Cruz, borck, fajardo bros., were also great Goldies during their time. They were part of the champion teams.

Joescoundrel
10-11-2011, 12:47 PM
After a few calls and texts I now have definitive confirmation that Glenn Peter Yap is indeed from Adamson University.

maroonmartian
10-14-2011, 04:28 PM
I want to created a separate thread for the greatest UAAP personalities who contributed to the league as a non-player (coach, sports official). E.g. Norman Black, Aric del Rosario. Definitely kasama si Regino Ylanan of UP for bringing up the idea to FEU, NU, and UST. Ewan ko kung yung mga school patrons kasama (MVP, Danding etc) pero huwag na. ;D

The question is how many should be included? 25? 50?

Green Lightning
10-17-2011, 11:29 PM
This is a very interesting topic, Gentlemen.

Given enough material (stats, old newspaper clippings etc), this could translate into a great coffee table book.

Joescoundrel
10-18-2011, 07:47 AM
^ Indeed, but the legwork on this would be tremendous, I don't think simply relying for the bulk of information and images via the Internet will cut it.

maroonmartian
10-18-2011, 08:07 AM
We could still use Wikipedia as an outline/starting point. As for filling the gaps, definitely a walking tour to the National Library or your university library will be needed. Need to inquire people on the National Library if they got some news clippings starting from 1938. Need a historian friend for info regarding the defunt Manila daily newspaper. AND

We got some living source. Problem is their memory might be not as active as before. Like:

1) Aric del Rosario
2) Robert Jaworski
3) Sev Sarmienta?
4) and others who might be helpful

Emon74
10-18-2011, 02:54 PM
Got an ID already last month sa National Library, pero di ko makita mga old newspapers and basketball magazines, planning to go there again and do some research.

john_paul_manahan
10-21-2011, 05:47 AM
I want to created a separate thread for the greatest UAAP personalities who contributed to the league as a non-player (coach, sports official). E.g. Norman Black, Aric del Rosario. Definitely kasama si Regino Ylanan of UP for bringing up the idea to FEU, NU, and UST. Ewan ko kung yung mga school patrons kasama (MVP, Danding etc) pero huwag na. ;D

The question is how many should be included? 25? 50?


Coaches: Dalupan, Pumaren, Paguia, del Rosario, Black for starters...

maroonmartian
10-21-2011, 08:12 AM
Got an ID already last month sa National Library, pero di ko makita mga old newspapers and basketball magazines, planning to go there again and do some research.


Gusto ko rin sana pumunta sa mga school libraries pero naisip ko minsan one-sided view ang ilang school. Siyempre naman kung school mo yun bakit mo babanatan.

The exception might be UP's The Collegian (or Kule) for short. Sarcastic ang Kule pagnatatalo ang team, bash kung bash. ;D Pero kudos to them kung OK ang team (like football, judo team may coverage). Option ko na lang ang Forum(school admin magazine). Tone down ang pagbabalita. Kule kasi is operated by students and most of the people there are activists (some people said may links sa NPA).

On-topic:
Punta nga ako sa National Library if I am free. Magkano ba ang membership fee?

Emon74
10-23-2011, 09:28 PM
Got an ID already last month sa National Library, pero di ko makita mga old newspapers and basketball magazines, planning to go there again and do some research.


Gusto ko rin sana pumunta sa mga school libraries pero naisip ko minsan one-sided view ang ilang school. Siyempre naman kung school mo yun bakit mo babanatan.

The exception might be UP's The Collegian (or Kule) for short. Sarcastic ang Kule pagnatatalo ang team, bash kung bash. ;D Pero kudos to them kung OK ang team (like football, judo team may coverage). Option ko na lang ang Forum(school admin magazine). Tone down ang pagbabalita. Kule kasi is operated by students and most of the people there are activists (some people said may links sa NPA).

On-topic:
Punta nga ako sa National Library if I am free. Magkano ba ang membership fee?


I only paid sa ID for 50 pesos, kailangan may dala ka na 1x1 picture, bale iyon papakita pag mag research sa National Library.

frans031
10-25-2011, 04:20 AM
[quote=Tiger Happy ]
Ong finished his UAAP stint in 1998.

Nope. Hery Ong was already playing in the MBA for Batangas Blades by 1998.

maroonmartian
10-28-2011, 03:24 PM
@Emon74
Is that for a year? Hope I could find sometime to go there. Close for the long weekend.

Siguro para di na tayo mahirapan let's just use these two publications:

1) FHM issue featuring Valerie Concepcion. It had a list of 25 collegiate basketball players from NCAA and UAAP. Those who played in the UAAP got an automatic slot in the list.

2) Beth Celis book on Philippine's greatest basketball legends.

Note: Mas may weight ang collegiate career kaysa sa pro.

maroonmartian
12-07-2011, 07:27 PM
^ Tuloy po ba ito? Sino editor? Not me. Contributor lang po ako. Copied the list and might check it in the National Library (got my card already).

Will try to post it sa PEx.

maroonmartian
12-23-2011, 09:18 PM
Change the thread title (actually there is no difference).Realize it is a good book project. But I suggest it should be a group work. Who would coordinate?Not me. Busy this past few weeks.

I checked the National Library and they have the materials. 1930 newspapers are in the Multimedia Section (2nd floor) while the recent ones are in the Filipiniana (Serials Sections).

Who would contribute?

@roydevesa

Pare tutal kacollege at kabatch kita, sama na. :D Maipagmamalaki natin yan. Joke nga namin sa other side ng Engg, inookray nyo kami nung freshie ka pero tatangapin ka pa rin namin. :D