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Sam Miguel
04-01-2013, 10:27 AM
Please forgive the form, style and some syntax, we just get this from the Fr Martin Cup media officer, also please note that as ofthis morning the Ateneo will be sending only its B Team plus four or five players who played in the UAAP last season...

33 Teams In 19th Fr Martin Cup

A total of 16 collegiate men’s teams, the national youth quintet and 17 high school boys squads are seeing action in the 19th Fr. Martin Summer Cup basketball tournament next month.

Considered as the country’s oldest pre-season collegiate cagefest, hostilities will get under way on April 6 at the St. Placid gymnasium inside the San Beda College campus in Mendiola, Manila.

Ateneo de Manila, the five-peat titleholders of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines seniors division, is back with the three-peat National Collegiate Athletic Association champions, the San Beda Red Lions.

Commissioner Robert de la Rosa said other entries include Ateneo-B, Letran, Jose Rizal University Heavy, Emilio Aguinaldo College, National University, Fatima University, St. Clare, AMA Computer University, University of Perpetual Help, Lyceum Philippines University, University of the Philippines, Informatics, PATTS, Adamson and the RP Youth team.

In the high school action, three-peat National Collegiate Athletic Association juniors titlist San Beda College and UAAP titlist Far Eastern University-FERN will be around, along with SBC-B, Tiong Lian powerhouse Xavier School, University of Perpetual Help, Ateneo Blue, Ateneo White, University of the East, Adamson, Fatima, Jesus is Lord Foundation, EAC, University of Santo Tomas, NU, AMA and La Salle-Zobel.

Last year, Ateneo got big baskets from Nikko Salva and Kiefer Ravena in overtime to beat the Jose Rizal University Heavy Bombers, 98-92, and snare the senior honors.

In the junior title playoffs, the San Red Cubs reclaimed the crown they lost to Hope Christian last year by trouncing the Ateneo Blue Eaglets, 91-75, and with Javee Mocon providing 17 points.

qing_her
04-01-2013, 06:17 PM
May sched na po ba? Kahit first few games muna.

gfy
04-01-2013, 08:27 PM
Sunday Apr. 7 at San Beda gym:

800 am jilp vs fatima jrs
930 am st clare vs eac srs
1100 am ue vs adu jrs
1230 pm adu vs san beda srs

April 6 schedule at BEN. Tamad ako mag type hehe...

qing_her
04-04-2013, 08:16 AM
schedule po ng saturday please :D

Sam Miguel
04-04-2013, 09:20 AM
^^^ Go to the Blue Eagles Nest game schedules.

abcdef
04-04-2013, 01:09 PM
sino na po yung nasa line up ng mga schools?

dark_blue
04-06-2013, 03:04 PM
Wala po bang full game schedule? Thanks. :)

qing_her
04-07-2013, 08:49 PM
full sched please :D thanks po

Sam Miguel
04-08-2013, 09:20 AM
^^^ We don't have one, and neither does the league. It comes at two-week intervals.

Sam Miguel
04-08-2013, 09:23 AM
From the Fr Martin Cup media center - - -

Ravena Leads Ateneo in OT Win in Fr Martin Cup

The defending champion Ateneo-A Blue Eagles got a scare from the Fatima University Phoenix and escaped with a 88-84 overtime win Saturday in the start of the 18th Fr. Martin Summer Cup basketball tournament at the St. Placid gym of the San Beda College-Manila campus in Mendiola.

The Blue Eagles, who lost rookie and Far Eastern University transferee Jerie Pingoy Jr. to an injury in the start of the extension period, got a lift from Juami Tiongson, Ryan Buenafe and Kiefer Ravena as they moved of range in the extra five minutes.

With the count tied at 75-all at the end of regulation, Pingoy got hurt as the Phoenix moved ahead on two turnovers, and took charge, 80-75, on a pair of baskets by Jon Juanico, and a free throw from Jormyl Jornacion.

Offensive plays from Ravena, Tiongson and Buenafe then allowed the Blue Eagles to turn the tables on the Phoenix for an 83-80 advantage.

Ravena, who finished with 21 points, put the Blue Eagles out of range, 85-80, off his two freebies in the last 22.6 seconds.

It was Ravena’s split charity with 11.1 ticks left which allowed the Blue Eagles to force an overtime, 75-all.

His basket came after the Ralph Rivera-coached Phoenix last took charge, 75-70, off Joven Datu’s gift shot in the remaining 2:05.

In the other senior encounter, Ateneo-B leaned on two triples from Marky Mercado and Ace Basas’ nine point output in the extra five minutes to waylay the Lyceum Pirates, 80-72, in overtime.

In the junior division, Marc Framil had 18 points for San Beda-A, which walloped Ateneo Blue, 128-47, while San Beda-B demolished Ateneo White, 83-44.

qing_her
04-09-2013, 05:44 AM
schedule for the week please? thank you

qing_her
04-17-2013, 12:58 AM
ano na pong nangyayari sa FMC?

qing_her
04-25-2013, 12:20 PM
wala na pong balita dito? :|

Big Ticket
04-29-2013, 09:43 AM
Who are the players of the national youth team playing in the current father martin's cup seniors tournament?

Joescoundrel
05-20-2013, 08:35 AM
Late updates from the Fr Martin Cup folks ___

Squires Remain Unbeaten

The Letran Squires continued their winning ways yesterday(Thursday) in the 19th Fr. Martin Summer Cup basketball tournament.

Incoming high school seniors Ivan Villanueva and Yves Sazon showed the way for the Squires, who waylaid the San Beda-B Red Cubs, 76-58, at the Arellano University gymnasium in Legarda, Manila.

Their efforts enabled the Squires to post their fifth straight win in Group B of the junior division.

Earlier, the St. Clare Saints(1-4) won over the Fatima University Phoenix(2-3), 70-46, in an early morning senior division contest.

Villanueva fired 20 points while Sazon delivered 14 for the Squires, who moved two wins away from earning the top semifinals berth in their bracket.

The Junjie Ablan-coached Squires are in front the unbeaten La Salle-Zobel Junior Archers(4-0), who are also in contentions for a semis slot.

The six-foot-two Villanueva shot seven points in the first period, and as the Squires took charge, 17-12.

Miguel Villasis, who had 12 points, unloaded three triples in the second period as the Squires stayed ahead, 36-28.

Joescoundrel
05-20-2013, 08:37 AM
More from the Fr Martin Cup ___

Lady Archers, Lady Tams Prevail

The La Salle Lady Archers and the Far Eastern University Lady Tamaraws repulsed their rivals yesterday (Sunday, May 19) and emerged as among the top finals contenders of the women's division in the 19th Fr. Martin Summer Cup basketball tournament.

Ara Abaca scored the winning basket for the Lady Archers, who escaped with a 49-47 triumph over the University of Santo Tomas Tigresses at the St. Placid gymnasium of the San Beda College-Manila campus in Mendiola.

The Lady Tamaraws, led by Banjo Soriano and Apple Albano with 13 points, struck hard early and walloped the Fatima University Lady Phoenix, 90-36.

This put both squads in contention for the top finals slots in the women’s contest, according to commissioner Robert de la Rosa.

The Lady Archers went on to post their fifth win in six games, while the Lady Tamaraws marched to their third triumph in five outings.


Last Thursday, the Letran Squires continued their winning ways, with incoming high school seniors Ivan Villanueva and Yves Sazon showing the way with 20 and 14 points as they waylaid the San Beda-B Red Cubs, 76-58.

Their efforts enabled the Squires to post their fifth straight win in Group B of the junior division.

Abaca drove in with 17 seconds, and her heroics came after the Tigresses(4-3), rallied from seven points down, and tied the match 47-all, off a charity from Lore Rivera.

Teammates Jona Melendres, Miller Ong, Inna Corcuera and Nicky Garcia fired six points apiece for the Lady Archers, who stayed at the no. 1 spot.

Joescoundrel
05-28-2013, 11:21 AM
Updates from the Fr Martin Cup ___

Pirates, Red Cubs Win in Fr Martin Cup

The Lyceum Philippines University Pirates stayed in the hunt for a semifinals berth, while the San Beda-A Red Cubs formally barged into the next phase of the 19th Fr. Martin Summer Cup basketball tournament.


The Pirates, banking on the big plays of Jesper Cayahay, Kinsman Frando, and Cameroonian Guy Essono in subduing the RP Youth team, 92-69, last Sunday at the St. Placid gymnasium inside the San Beda College-Manila campus in Mendiola.

The Red Cubs, leaning heavily on Evan Furaque and Franz Abude, demolished the Adamson Baby Falcons, 103-51, and completed a seven-game sweep of Group B in the junior division.

Cayahay unloaded a gamehigh 23 points, while Frando and Essono dished out 21 points apiece for the Pirates, who marched to their third win in five games.

Abude strung up 16 points while Furaque unloaded 12 for the Red Cubs, who quickly took charge with a 32-8 first quarter lead.

With two games left in their schedule, the Pirates stayed in contention for the second semifinals slot in Group B, according to commissioner Robert de la Rosa.

The Pirates, defying the presence of 6’4 slotman Kobe Paras, broke free from a 48-all deadlock in the last six minutes of the third period.

Back to back drives from Cayahay in the last 5:57 touched 11-4 spurt and put the Pirates ahead, 64-50, three minutes later.

In another game, Jarell Lim provided 17 points, while Isaac Go and Tyler Tio tallied 16 points for the Stallions, who stopped the Far Eastern University Junior Tamaraws, 65-55.

The Stallions improved their record in Group A of the junior division at 4-2, while the Junior Tams, who won over the Perpetual Help Altalettes, 83-47, last Thursday, have a 3-3 slate.

Sam Miguel
06-07-2013, 10:57 AM
Fr Martin Cup summer tournament Finals is this Sunday morning 9 June 2013 at Trinity Gym in QC.

8:00 AM: FEU Lady Tams vs Lasalle Lady Archers

9:30 AM: San Beda Red Cubs vs Letran Squires

11:00 AM: NU Bulldogs vs Perpetual Help Altas

blueandgold
06-09-2013, 04:23 PM
Does anyone have the results of the finals this morning?

Sam Miguel
06-10-2013, 11:36 AM
Bulldogs devour Altas on Parks’ return, bag Fr. Martin Cup title

(philstar.com) | Updated June 10, 2013 - 11:25am

MANILA, Philippines – Bobby Ray Parks Jr. made up for his absence in the semifinals as he led the National University Bulldogs to a 63-47 swamping of the University of Perpetual Help Altas last Sunday at the Trinity University of Asia gymnasium in Quezon City.

Parks, who is back after resting briefly from a minor ankle injury, chipped in 19 points for the Bulldogs, who went on to claim their second crown in three years.

The Bulldogs’ second title conquest came as the San Beda Red Cubs subdued the Letran Squires, 72-63, to retain the junior crown and the Far Eastern University Lady Tamaraws outplayed La Salle, 48-46, to clinch the women’s plum.

Joshua Caracut, a 6’0 junior, tallied 17 points, including two crucial triples in the fourth period as he powered the Red Cubs to a 10-point edge in the last five minutes, and give new coach JB Sison a fitting debut.

Vangie Soriano sank two free throws in the last three seconds to lift the FEU Lady Tams to a 48-46 beating of the La Salle Lady Archers, who were spearheaded by Camille Sambille and Soriano with 17 and 14 points.

The 6’4 Parks rose to the occasion in the last minute of the second period, canning in two charities and hitting a triple in the remaining 3.5 seconds to hand the Bulldogs a 30-23 halftime edge.

Teammates Alfred Aroga and Joshua Alolino had 15 and 11 points for the Bulldogs, and both struck hard during an 8-0 blast in the start of the second half, and this allowed NU to move further ahead, 38-23, with 7:03 to go.

Alolino hit eight points throughout the third, and his efforts enabled the Bulldogs to gain a 55-34 spread at the end of the period.

“The boys did what they were supposed to do. They are learning to deal with lapses in our game and keep their composure,” said Bulldogs coach Eric Altamirano.

Justin Alano banged in nine points for the Altas, while Juneric Baloria and Harold Arboleda had eight and seven points.

The NU Bulldogs reached the semis after they stopped the University of the Philippines Maroons, 67-63, last Thursday, while the Altas held off the Adamson Falcons to prevail, 57-54.

The Altas still ended up having their best pre-season stint with their first ever finals appearance in a pre-season tournament in seven years.

With their ninth consecutive triumph, the Bulldogs won their second crown after beating the Mapua Cardinals for the title in 2011.