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red_engr1987
09-11-2012, 03:00 PM
UE Red Warriors Team B

Its too quiet on UE Red Warriors Camp recently they maybe cooking a team recipe for UAAP Season 76. For sure a new Head Coach for the team. The UE Community is hoping for Coach B. Zamar (CBZ) to be the man to lead us to the promise land. But what about the ingredients of a winning menu for Final 4.

I heard players like Noble who sitdown this year so he can use his last playing year in Season 76. Lord Casajeros - is he still with us? playing UE Team B??

This might interest UE faithful a foreign african athlete 6' 6" name ARAFAT very athletic, UE insider is guarding him against the pirates of the UAAP lol.

What about Charles Mammie (not sure if i spell it right) played for a while with Arellano Chiefs though I heard nothing explosive on him in the NCAA. But what happened between him and his former school (AU - Chiefs) why did they let him go? can he really play ball ? One year training and practice with UE plus the FMC AND Summer league who knows if he can really play good basketball.
Whats out for the RETURN OF THE MAMMIE IN UAAP !!!

Gino Jumao-as - Played in FEU Jr, i heard he crossed the street across morayta and lepanto and end up in the UE Red Warriors Camp.
Not sure if he still there in the camp but this young baller is a scorer/slasher inside the court an offensive ammunition. Probably an additional scoring option for the team if he will make it

Who else in UE Team B ???

bchoter
09-11-2012, 03:14 PM
^ Great thread red_engr1987. Perhaps you could hang out during UE's practice sessions so you could learn more ;).

On Mammie, a couple of years back he made the rounds of UAAP schools who are willing to take in a huge bruiser who is just one residency year from playing. However, he priced himself too high for a couple of colleges. And now he's in UE.

Another player inexplicably let go by UE is Don Trollano. Obviously, UE's loss is AdU's gain

ghost09
09-23-2012, 12:09 PM
I'm no insider but many people within the UE community are hyping arafat and mammie - I dunno if arafat is eligible for season 76 . mammie will be ready to play

There are a couple of fil-fors and jumao-as as I read in other forums

RR de leon , JM Noble , and Casajeros will be back for season 76

I hope coach zamar has a good recruiting class (if he's still the coach)

zoom2k7
09-24-2012, 03:44 AM
sir may existing thread na po tayo about our teams recruits and farm team http://www.gameface.ph/showthread.php?29185-UE-Red-Warriors-boot-camp/page9 =) and yes gino jumao-as the former san sebastian staglet is with our team.

Henry Betayene, Don Trollano and Gian Abrigo those are just a few names that was booted out summer of 2011 muntik na nga rin si roi sumang eh!=)

ghost09
09-24-2012, 02:26 PM
sir may existing thread na po tayo about our teams recruits and farm team http://www.gameface.ph/showthread.php?29185-UE-Red-Warriors-boot-camp/page9 =) and yes gino jumao-as the former san sebastian staglet is with our team.

Henry Betayene, Don Trollano and Gian Abrigo those are just a few names that was booted out summer of 2011 muntik na nga rin si roi sumang eh!=)

may thread na pala we should consolidate these threads para isa nlng . sino pa bago sa Team B sir zoom ? dun nalang reply sa kabila :)

Joescoundrel
09-24-2012, 02:54 PM
Charles Mamie: 6-7 250 pounds, center, came to the Philippines by way of Arellano University, reportedly a very conscientious student who attends all classes and really hits the books, a true student-athlete in that sense. Should be no older than 21 years. Arellano still supposedly will not give his full release after he bailed on them in 2011. Brings great strength, speed and overall agility and athleticism for the Red Warriors, and should be ready to be lined up in Season 76. Not as accomplished in the low post as Abdul, but has enough foot speed and strength to basically do whatever he wants ala Dwight Howard, will control the boards and block shots, provide some inside scoring and an easy pass-target for Roi Sumang. Definitely a better prospect than fellow Africans Alfred Aroga of NU, and the gigantic but raw Ingrid Sewa of Adamson, brings UE back to respectability if not Final 4 contention.

JM Arafat: 6-7 200 pounds, forward-center, very young 18 years of age if that, long and lean, very quick and agile, very good runner-jumper, lacks strength though, easily pushed around, prefers to play from the perimeter, shows a funky jumpshot, needs plenty of individual skills training and focused coaching to become a real player, will be available no earlier than Season 77, should not be rushed, can control the boards, block and alter shots, get a put-back here and there, but could really use at least another year of year-round Fr Martin competition.

Ralph Olivarez: 6-2 185 pounds, swingman, mature and accomplished player who seems to have been around, has a lot of street ball in him and operates at a very instinctive level, could have made this season's lineup were it not for that ACL injury. Long and lean, could be this generation's Jun Jabar or Andy De Guzman, a much better facilitator, handler and passer than the two aforementioned though. Cocky and annoying player, even gets on his own teammate's cases when they fail to field one of his passes, could be a cancer in the locker room if not managed well. This kid can definitely play though, a much better version of Gene Belleza.

red_engr1987
09-27-2012, 01:49 PM
I'm no insider but many people within the UE community are hyping arafat and mammie - I dunno if arafat is eligible for season 76 . mammie will be ready to play

There are a couple of fil-fors and jumao-as as I read in other forums

RR de leon , JM Noble , and Casajeros will be back for season 76

I hope coach zamar has a good recruiting class (if he's still the coach)


UE RED WARRIORS - SEASON 76 (projected lineup)

1. JM NOBLE
2. CASAJEROS
3. RR DE LEON
4. GINO JUMAO-AS
5. CHARLES MAMMIE
6. RALPH OLIVAREZ
7. R. SUMANG
8. Chris JAVIER
9. A. SANTOS
10. IVAN HERNANDEZ
11. SUMIDO
12. VALDEZ
13. GALANZA
14. OLAYON
15.
16.

meron pa na PG ang UE not sure kung pwede na sa season 76, rookie recruit might be put into Team B. Sa mga holdovers hindi pa sila sure if they can make it sa final list. ANYWAY the above is my wild guess next year

ghost09
09-27-2012, 03:40 PM
Who's Benjamin Dy? any info on this kid


via http://www.philstar.com/SportsArticle.aspx?articleId=853412&publicationSubCategoryId=200&keyword=

MANILA, Philippines -- The defending champion San Beda Red Lions and the University of the East Res Warriors struck again and came up with convincing wins in the 10th Fr. Martin Division 2 Cup basketball tournament.

Van Abatayo teamed up with Jeric Estrada and Michol Sorela for double digit outputs which powered the Red Lions to a 77-66 win over the Mapua Cardinals at the St. Placid gymnasium in San Beda-Mendiola.

Mustapha Arafat and Benjamin Dy shone bright for the Warriors, who outplayed the Ateneo Blue Eagles, 72-66, in this cagefest which is supported by Gerry’s Grill.

Abatayo tallied 21 points, while Estrada and Sorela made 14 apiece for the Red Lions, who marched to their sixth straight win in Group A and assured themselves of a quarterfinal slot.

The Warriors, coming out of a long layoff, drew 14 points from Arafat and 13 from Dy as they picked up their fifth triumph in six matches in Group B.

This put the Warriors on top of Group B and in contention for the top quarterfinal seat in their bracket.

In other games, the Technological Institute of the Philippines Engineers(3-3) won by default over the Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals.

In the junior action, Lance Abude made 25 points for the San Red Cubs (3-0), who repulsed EAC-ICA, 66-58, while JJ Galimit hit 14 for Chiang Kai Shek (4-0) as they downed Xavier School.

ghost09
09-27-2012, 04:47 PM
UE RED WARRIORS - SEASON 76 (projected lineup)

1. JM NOBLE
2. CASAJEROS
3. RR DE LEON
4. GINO JUMAO-AS
5. CHARLES MAMMIE
6. RALPH OLIVAREZ
7. R. SUMANG
8. Chris JAVIER
9. A. SANTOS
10. IVAN HERNANDEZ
11. SUMIDO
12. VALDEZ
13. GALANZA
14. OLAYON
15.
16.

meron pa na PG ang UE not sure kung pwede na sa season 76, rookie recruit might be put into Team B. Sa mga holdovers hindi pa sila sure if they can make it sa final list. ANYWAY the above is my wild guess next year

That's a realistic expectation of the lineup , ibaba si mena at duncil sa team B haha :) , i think alberto and villarias should be given a chance in the off-season as per that lineup i think we will be short on the pg position , hope the valdez kid improves in the off-season that kid has potential.

ghost09
10-11-2012, 03:05 PM
via http://sports.inquirer.net/65750/ue-san-beda-solidify-positions-in-fr-martin-cup

UE, San Beda solidify positions in Fr. Martin Cup

By Mark Giongco

INQUIRER.net

8:13 pm | Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

MANILA, Philippines—The University of the East continued its winning ways as it scored a 75-49 drubbing of San Sebastian-B in the 10th Fr. Martin Division 2 Cup at the TIP gym in Quiapo, Manila.

The Red Warriors inched closer to claiming the top quarterfinals seat in Group B after racking up their sixth win in seven starts.

RR de Leon pumped in 24 points while also getting help from Renz Palma and Mustapha Arafat who had 13 each.

Meanwhile, San Beda thwarted Adamson, 66-49, in juniors play for its fifth straight win.

Mark Anthony Framil and Noorish Decapia had 11 and 10 points respectively for the Red Cubs, who remained on course to be the first team to nail a semifinals berth in Group A.

In other juniors games, Paolo Susmerano shot 26 points as Xavier School toyed with St. Joseph-Bulacan, 105-59, to solidify its position for a semis slot in Group B with a 5-1 slate.

The Junior Warriors, on the other hand, squeaked past Trinity, 59-56, behind Ricky Mandilao’s 14 points.

Joescoundrel
10-12-2012, 09:03 AM
^ RR De Leon will make life hell for opponents with his ability to hit the long jumper as a 6'6" center-forward; his range extends to about 18 feet, and it's a real jumpshot, not a mere set shot. He has to contribute more off the boards though, to truly make his size valuable, be a bomber on one end and a banger on the other. 'Yang Renz Palma medyo magulo pa maglaro as a multi-purpose perimeter player, hard to figure out if he's a fulltime guard or a fulltime swingman.

red_engr1987
10-18-2012, 02:30 PM
repost from Joescoundrel (Father Martin thread)

The University of the East Warriors, with Mustapha Arafat and Renz Palma leading the way again, swamped the Trinity University of Asia Stallions, 70-65, to earn the top seeding in the quarterfinal phase of the ongoing 10th Fr. Martin Division 2 Cup.

Arafat topscored for 23 points, while Palma contributed 17 for the Warriors, who finished men’s Group B with their sixth win in seven outings.

This put the Warriors in a crossover matchup with the Technological Institute of the Philippines Engineers at 12:30 p.m. at the TUA gymnasium in Quezon City this Saturday.

ghost09
10-21-2012, 10:56 AM
via http://www.spin.ph/sports/basketball/news/coach-less-tamaraws-beg-off-from-pccl-qualifiers

FAR Eastern University begged off from seeing action in the qualifiers of the Philippine Collegiate Champions League in light of the Tamaraws’ continuing search for a new head coach.

FEU athletic director Mark Molina said it has already informed PCCL commissioner Joe Lipa that the Tamaraws are not ready to participate in the annual tournament despite having qualified following their fifth-place finish in the last UAAP men’s basketball meet.

“Wala pa kaming coach, mahirap mag-practice ng walang coach,” said Molina. “Hindi kami ready in the first week of November.”

“Bakasyon ang mga players, ‘yung iba nasa D-League. Wala kaming ginagawa as far as the team is concerned,” Molina added.

Nash Racela, assistant coach of Talk ‘N Text in the PBA, looms as the top candidate for the job with Bert Flores set to be relegated to the position as the Tamaraws’ chief scout.

FEU legend Johnny Abarrientos, also an assistant to coach Tim Cone at San Mig Coffee, is also a candidate for the coaching spot.

The Tamaraws missed the Final Four despite a 9-5 win-loss record in the 75th season of the league.

University of the East, which finished seventh in the recent UAAP season, will take the place of FEU in the PCCL National Capital Region qualifiers set November 6.

The Red Warriors will join Adamson and NCAA teams Mapua and Jose Rizal University in the NCR qualifiers as they compete against Philippine Merchant Marine School, Centro Escolar University, St. Francis of Assisi, and St. Claire for a chance to join the main tournament of the annual meet to determine the country’s collegiate national champion.

ghost09
10-22-2012, 10:15 AM
via http://www.philstar.com/SportsArticle.aspx?articleId=861882&publicationSubCategoryId=200

UE trips TIP in 2 OT in Martin Cup

MANILA, Philippines -- The University of the East Warriors needed two overtimes to repulse the Technological Institute of the Philippines Engineers, 83-73, Saturday in the quarterfinals of the 10th Fr. Martin Division 2 Cup basketball tournament.

They banked on the imposing presence of Cameroonian Mustapha Arafat in the final extra period to finally put away the Engineers at the Trinity University of Asia gymnasium in Quezon City.

The six-foot-eight Arafat’s driving layup in the last three minutes gave the Warriors a four-point cushion, 75-71 , in the last three minutes, and a chance to join the Jose Rizal University Heavy Bombers in the semifinals.

The Heavy Bombers, led by Mar Balagtas with 12 points, waylaid the National University Bulldogs, 76-59, in this cagfest which is supported by Gerry’s Grill.

Commissioner Robert de la Rosa said action in the semifinal round will begin this Friday at the Trinity University of Asia gymnasium in Quezon City.

The Engineers forced the first extra time off TH Tumalip’s triple in the last five seconds, 63-all. Sean Paulo’s drive with 5.3 seconds left, put the match allowed TIP to put the game into a second overtime period, 71-all.

In the junior division, Hope Christian got 31 and 12 points from John Apacible and Jobert Mercado as they swamped Chiang Kai Shek-B Dragons, 84-51, and to formally clinch the top Group B seat via a seven-game sweep.

Kim Lee Bayquin unloaded 13 points for Chiang Kai Shek-A Dragons, who walloped Trinity, 71-47, to bag the top Group B semifinals seat with their sixth straight win.

Joescoundrel
10-22-2012, 11:14 AM
UE's B Warriors starring Charles Mamie and JM Arafat will be playing against Arellano's B Chiefs led by Fil-Am Dioncee Holt in the semifinals of the Fr Martin Cup Division II.

They will square off this Friday 26 October 9:00 AM at the Trinity University gym along E Rodriguez in Quezon City.

The other semifinal match pits JRU B against San Sebastian B.

ghost09
10-23-2012, 03:16 PM
as per https://www.facebook.com/sandugounigames2012

Sandugo Unigames 2012

Day 1 Oct 22 - UE def UNP 112-38 (20-2, 51-14,80-28 )
Day 2 Oct 23 - UE def USA 112-66 (28-17, 61-31,84-45)

Arafat and Noble playing with the season 75 lineup minus mena , valdez , villarias, and belleza ; no mamie sighting as this picture shows
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=427288477331222&set=a.387088088017928.89016.200869459973126&type=1&theater

Joescoundrel
10-24-2012, 10:46 AM
From Peter Atencio of the Fr Martin media center ___

Games Friday

(Semifinal matches at the Trinity University of Asia)

9 a.m. Hope vs Xavier (jrs)
10:30 a.m. Chiang Kai Shek vs San Beda(jrs)
12 nn UE vs Arellano University (srs)
1:30 p.m. JRU vs San Sebastian (srs)

The Arellano University Chiefs struck hard in the second quarter to upset the defending champion San Beda Red Lions, 89-60, last Sunday to clinch one of the last two semifinal berths in the 10th Fr. Martin Division 2 Cup basketball tournament.

Giovanni Jalalon banged in a gamehigh 17 points for the Chiefs, who joined the San Sebastian College-A Stags in the semis when action ended at the Arellano University gymnasium in Legarda, Manila.

The Allan Trinidad-coached Stags, led by Jason Pusiquit and Jaymar Perez with 20 and 13 points, put away Informatics, 63-56, in this cagefest which is supported by Gerry’s Grill.

In the junior division, Hope Christian School drew 13 from from John Apacible and blasted the University of Santo Tomas Tiger Cubs, 105-56, while Kim Lee Bayquin shot 19 points for Chiang Kai Shek-A, which turned back the Jose Rizal University Light Bombers, 72-65.

Hope and CKSC thus earned the top semis slots in Group A and B, and after both swept their seven-game assignments.

Jalalon led a 16-4 uprising for the Eric Gonzales-mentored Chiefs in the start of the second period with his three-point play.

With Austin Allan Fabian and Kinsman Redeemer following up with a triple and a drive, the Chiefs shattered an 18-all first quarter deadlock and went on to grab a 45-25 halftime advantage.

The Chiefs will face the University of the East Warriors in a 12 nn semis showdown on Friday at the Trinity University of Asia gymnasium, while the Chiefs will meet the JRU Heavy Bombers at 1:30 p.m.

Hope and Xavier School will meet in the junior semis earlier at 9 a.m. while Chiang Kai Shek tangles with the San Beda Red Cubs at 10:30 a.m.

The UE Warriors reached the semis after they needed two overtimes to repulse the Technological Institute of the Philippines Engineers, 83-73, Saturday.

The Heavy Bombers, led by Mar Balagtas with 12 points, waylaid the National University Bulldogs, 76-59, for the right to meet the Stags for the other finals seat.

ghost09
10-25-2012, 10:10 AM
via https://www.facebook.com/sandugounigames2012

Sandugo Unigames 2012

Day 4 Oct 25 - UE def UNO-R 82 - 68 (20 - 17 ,46 - 32, 65 - 53 )

ghost09
10-28-2012, 02:04 AM
via http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/sports/10/27/12/ue-san-sebastian-clash-fr-martin-crown


UE, San Sebastian clash for Fr. Martin crown
ABS-CBNnews.com
Posted at 10/27/2012 6:59 PM | Updated as of 10/27/2012 10:34 PM

MANILA, Philippines – The University of the East (UE) Red Warriors and the San Sebastian College (SSC)-A Stags warded off separate rivals last Friday in the semifinal round of the 10th Fr. Martin Division 2 Cup basketball tournament.

The Warriors hardly missed the absence of key players as they defeated the Adamson Falcons, 78-70, while the Stags kept the Jose Rizal University (JRU) Heavy Bombers at bay, 73-68, at the Trinity University of Asia gymnasium in Quezon City.

Their respective wins put the Warriors and the Stags in a winner-take-all showdown for the crown on Monday at 2:30 p.m., according to Fr. Martin Cup commissioner Robert de la Rosa.

Six-foot-five American cager Charles Mammie, stepping up in the absence of 6’8” Cameroonian big man Mustapha Arafat, made 21 points for the Warriors, who took charge in the early goings.

Jason Pusiquit shot 18 points for the Stags while Jaymar Perez and Bradwin Guinto contributed 15 apiece.

With Arafat seeing action in the Unigames in Bacolod, Mammie joined Desmond Berestain and Renz Palma as the Warriors quickly erected a 23-6 spread in the first quarter.

Gino Jumao-as, who had 15 points, then attacked the hoop in succession with Lord Casajeros, and both helped UE stay ahead by 8, 32-24, in the second canto.

As the Chiefs threatened 36-39 in the third period, a triple from Ralph Olivarez and a drive from Jumao-as helped the Warriors pull away again, and maintained a 56-47 advantage at the end of the third.

Joescoundrel
10-29-2012, 08:14 AM
NU bags cage crown over no-show UE

By Joey Villar

(The Philippine Star)

Updated October 29, 2012 12:00 AM

BACOLOD , Philippines – National University took the men’s cage crown as University of the East made a no-show while Far Eastern U took the men’s football and women’s basketball crowns at the close of the 17th Sandugo University Games at the University of St. La Salle-Bacolod Gym here yesterday.

The Bulldogs, who escaped with a 67-66 decision over the Adamson Falcons in the semis, took the easy way out to pocket the gold medal after the Warriors decided to leave the night before to honor a previous commitment in Chinese Taipei.

It was NU’s second Unigames title in three years.

Dethroned champion Ateneo, which fell to UE, 65-68, in the semis, edged Adamson, 58-56, to clinch runner-up honors as organizers stripped the Warriors of any medal in the cage competition.

The Falcons, who protested their semis defeat to the Bulldogs, also threatened not to show up in the game but changed their minds upon pleas from local organizer Dodong Bascon. Adamson took third place.

Without UE, NU, which also won in Dumaguete in 2010, played this year’s UAAP runner-up UST in an exhibition game for just two quarters and barely won it, 54-52.

In football, FEU bucked a late, spirited charge by University of St. La Salle in injury time to escape with a pulsating 5-4 victory and cop the men’s gold at the Pana-ad Park and Stadium in this event bankrolled by Sandugo and backed by Smart.

Jesus Melliza, a mainstay of the Green Archers United Globe team in the First Division of the Manila-based United Football League, finished with a hat-trick, including two when the Morayta-based booters seized a 3-1 lead at halftime.

But Aldrin Dolino and Marson dela Torre countered with goals on the 61st and in the second minute in extra time, respectively, to tie the count at 3.

Eric Ben Gicanto then unloaded a rocket a minute later before Melliza struck in the second extra time to gain a two-goal cushion.

Jimmy Malaloan scored on a penalty kick as USLS closed in again but the Stingers ran out of time to turn it around or force a penalty shootout.

“We’re happy because we won this event though most of our players are just 14 years old,” said Jade Bejeminio in Filipino.

In women’s basketball, UAAP title-holder FEU made it a double celebration as it downed NU, 57-54, to bag the gold, its first since going all the way in the 2008 edition, also in Dumaguete.

The Lady Tams, who swept this UAAP season in 16 games, including a two-game finals sweep of La Salle, clinched the crown despite the absence of reigning UAAP Finals MVP Soc Borja and season MVP Allana Lim, who both graduated.

FEU actually dropped its first assignment to St. Benilde but swept past UP, Holy Cross of Davao City, NU and USLS in the group stage before nipping Lyceum, 52-50, in the semis.

“It’s all about heart,” said FEU coach Allan Albano. “Add to that the fact that this team is already like family.”

ghost09
10-29-2012, 09:24 AM
NU bags cage crown over no-show UE

By Joey Villar

(The Philippine Star)

Updated October 29, 2012 12:00 AM

BACOLOD , Philippines – National University took the men’s cage crown as University of the East made a no-show while Far Eastern U took the men’s football and women’s basketball crowns at the close of the 17th Sandugo University Games at the University of St. La Salle-Bacolod Gym here yesterday.

The Bulldogs, who escaped with a 67-66 decision over the Adamson Falcons in the semis, took the easy way out to pocket the gold medal after the Warriors decided to leave the night before to honor a previous commitment in Chinese Taipei.

It was NU’s second Unigames title in three years.

Dethroned champion Ateneo, which fell to UE, 65-68, in the semis, edged Adamson, 58-56, to clinch runner-up honors as organizers stripped the Warriors of any medal in the cage competition.

The Falcons, who protested their semis defeat to the Bulldogs, also threatened not to show up in the game but changed their minds upon pleas from local organizer Dodong Bascon. Adamson took third place.

Without UE, NU, which also won in Dumaguete in 2010, played this year’s UAAP runner-up UST in an exhibition game for just two quarters and barely won it, 54-52.

In football, FEU bucked a late, spirited charge by University of St. La Salle in injury time to escape with a pulsating 5-4 victory and cop the men’s gold at the Pana-ad Park and Stadium in this event bankrolled by Sandugo and backed by Smart.

Jesus Melliza, a mainstay of the Green Archers United Globe team in the First Division of the Manila-based United Football League, finished with a hat-trick, including two when the Morayta-based booters seized a 3-1 lead at halftime.

But Aldrin Dolino and Marson dela Torre countered with goals on the 61st and in the second minute in extra time, respectively, to tie the count at 3.

Eric Ben Gicanto then unloaded a rocket a minute later before Melliza struck in the second extra time to gain a two-goal cushion.

Jimmy Malaloan scored on a penalty kick as USLS closed in again but the Stingers ran out of time to turn it around or force a penalty shootout.

“We’re happy because we won this event though most of our players are just 14 years old,” said Jade Bejeminio in Filipino.

In women’s basketball, UAAP title-holder FEU made it a double celebration as it downed NU, 57-54, to bag the gold, its first since going all the way in the 2008 edition, also in Dumaguete.

The Lady Tams, who swept this UAAP season in 16 games, including a two-game finals sweep of La Salle, clinched the crown despite the absence of reigning UAAP Finals MVP Soc Borja and season MVP Allana Lim, who both graduated.

FEU actually dropped its first assignment to St. Benilde but swept past UP, Holy Cross of Davao City, NU and USLS in the group stage before nipping Lyceum, 52-50, in the semis.

“It’s all about heart,” said FEU coach Allan Albano. “Add to that the fact that this team is already like family.”

I read in the facebook page of sandugo unigames that UE tried to rebook their flight to taiwan but I guess they were too late , not a good message to the league they were playing in but they had to choose , I even read in other forums that they will be banned till next year in sandugo , UE Management should schedule better next time haha :)

bchoter
10-29-2012, 11:32 AM
The warriors were hardly impressive against a supposedly over matched Chiefs. Charles Mammie has no back-to-the-basket game and got by with size, strength and athleticism. He's like a bigger Mbe with less motor and lower bball IQ. The PG import is far less impressive. If not for Palma and Casajeros, the Warriors would be playing for runner up honors. Casajeros is particularly impressive with his athletic drives to the basket, always finding the seams in the Chiefs' 2-3 zone. Jumao-as was ok tho he got his ass handed to him a couple of times by the lesser heralded AU backcourt.

Mammie and the returning Casejeros, for me, are going to be contributors nexr season. Palma and Jumao-as can fill up the 16-man roster

red_engr1987
10-30-2012, 10:27 AM
Congratulations to the UE Red Warriors Team B for winning the Fr. Martin's Division II Cup in overtime against San Sebastian Golden Stags Team B, 76-72! Go Fight Red and White!

Sam Miguel
10-30-2012, 10:52 AM
From Peter Atencio:

The University of the East Warriors forced the San Sebastian College-A Stags into four big turnovers to pull off a 77-72 overtime win Monday afternoon, and clinch the senior division crown of the 10th Fr. Martin Division 2 Cup.

Six-foot-five American cager Charlies Mammie showed the way with 22 points for the Warriors when action ended at the Trinity University of Asia gymnasium in Quezon City.

Earlier, Hope Christian School drew 20 points from Arjan de la Cruz as they prevailed over Chiang Kai Shek, 68-60, for the junior division title.

Ralph Olivarez, who had 17 points, settled the issue in the last 16.7 seconds for the Warriors, who barged into the finals following a 78-70 beating of the Arellano University Chiefs last Friday.

The 21-year old business management sophomore first scored on a putback off RR de Leon’s miss in the last 16.7 seconds to put the Warriors up by three, 75-72, in the last 16.7 seconds.

Olivarez then cashed in on a traveling error by Gio Vergara with and two charities off Pusiquit’s foul in the last 7.6 seconds to help the Warriors earn the crown with their five-point advantage as time expired.

“Credit goes to the players. They wanted to win the championship,” said team B coach Bai Cristobal, who jointly calls the shots for the squad with Bong Ramos.

Jaymar Perez led the Stags with 24 points, and he put the game into an extra five minutes when he scored off his own miss in the last 17 seconds, 65-all.

The Stags, who made it to the finals with their 73-68 win over the Josen Rizal University, were enjoying a 70-69 edge in the last 3:05.

They lost the momentum when Perez and Vergara gave up the ball twice in succession, Jason Pusiquit missed a shot and Bradwin Guinto fumbled with the ball in the remaining three minutes.

The series of miscues allowed the Warriors to grab the momentum, and move ahead, 73-70, off Cameroonian Mustapha Arafat’s two charities and drive with 51.7 seconds to go.

Guinto tried to keep the Stags in the thick of the fight with his layup in the last 34 seconds, 72-73, but the Warriors found a way to keep their distance 18 seconds later.

The boxscores of the 10th Fr. Martin Division 2 Cup finals:

First Game (juniors)

Hope 68 – de la Cruz 20, Galoso 14, Doliguez 11, Apacible 10, Go 7, Villanueva 4, Guion 4, Rubiano 2.

Chiang Kai Shek 60- Gallego 19, Salim 12, Young 10, Tan 7, Jimenez 5, Larin 4, Bayquin 3.

Quarterscores: 16-11, 37-19, 55-41, 68-60.

Second Game (seniors)

UE 77-- Mammie 22, Olivarez 17, Jumao-As 16, de Leon 9, Arafat 8, Dy 2, Jeremy Blake 2.

San Sebastian 72-- Perez 24, de Vera 18, Guinto 7, Vergara 7, Pusiquit 7, Muyang 6, Grilli 1.

Quarterscores: 13-11, 33-21, 49-39, 65-all, 77-72.

Sam Miguel
10-30-2012, 11:22 AM
^^^ Charles Mamie makes UE a legit Final 4 lock as long as Roi Sumang keeps him happy.

Ulitin ko lang ha: Charles Mamie makes UE a legit Final 4 lock as long as Roi Sumang keeps him happy.

This guy has come a long way from his days in Arellano. Whatever UE paid Arellano to get his release is well worth it. Mamie is bigger, stronger, better built and faster now than he was at Arellano. He better understands that he doesn't need to try to be Hakeem Olajuwon when being Dwight Howard is easier. He seals off, catches with two hands most of the time, turns quickly, and goes up strong for layups.

He is much stronger than NU's Emmanuel Mbe, and will definitely challenge UST's Karim Abdul for best center honors in Season 76.

Oh, and did I mention he attends all his classes and is hellbent on earning his college diploma? Apparently that UE degree is worth mroe than gold when he returns to Africa. Amazing how not having a PBA career to distract you makes you VALUE EDUCATION MORE THAN BASKETBALL.

Sam Miguel
10-30-2012, 11:26 AM
^^^ Somebody however needs to rein in Ralph Olivarez. Although he did seal the win with his insurance freethrows, it was also his fault the game even went into overtime with at least three idiotic launches from three-point range and one no-look, to-whom-it-may-concern undergoal stab in the last two and a half minutes of the game. No one disputes that Olivarez is a talented, UAAP-calibre player, but neither would anyone argue that he is a complete shithead who loves to showboat and hotdog more than he wants to win.

Joescoundrel
08-08-2013, 03:52 PM
Mga amo FYI ...

Game scheds for 11 August 2013 at San Beda ___

8:00 AM UE B versus Diliman Prep
9:30 AM Hope Christian versus Arellano HS
11:00 AM Perpetual Help B versus UP B
12:30 NN St Jude Catholic versus Adamson HS
2:00 PM EAC B versus St Joseph
3:30 PM UE HS versus San Sebastian HS

ghost09
08-13-2013, 03:22 PM
UE, San Beda nab straight wins in Fr. Martin
ABS-CBNnews.com
Posted at 08/06/2013 2:58 PM | Updated as of 08/06/2013 2:58 PM

MANILA, Philippines -- The defending champion University of the East (UE) Red Warriors and the San Beda Red Lions posted their second straight wins over the weekend in the ongoing 11th Fr. Martin Division 2 Cup basketball tournament at the St. Placid gymnasium of the San Beda College-Mendiola campus in Mendiola.

Mustapha Arafat fired nine points, while Daryl Guiang hit seven points for the Red Warriors as they won over the College of St. Benilde Blazers, 51-43, in Group A

The Warriors, who drew 10 points from Paolo Varilla when they outplayed the JRU Heavy Bombers, 59-51, the other week, leaned on back-to back baskets from Varilla in the last 7:33 of the period.

Varilla’s baskets came during a a decisive 7-0 win run which allowed the Warriors to grab a 43-35 lead in the final period.

source --- http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/sports/08/06/13/ue-san-beda-nab-straight-wins-fr-martin

ghost09
08-13-2013, 03:24 PM
Sir Joe sino nanalo? hehe

Diliman Prep diba HS un? hehe or UP team B yan?


Mga amo FYI ...

Game scheds for 11 August 2013 at San Beda ___

8:00 AM UE B versus Diliman Prep
9:30 AM Hope Christian versus Arellano HS
11:00 AM Perpetual Help B versus UP B
12:30 NN St Jude Catholic versus Adamson HS
2:00 PM EAC B versus St Joseph
3:30 PM UE HS versus San Sebastian HS