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tamarawz_14
04-12-2014, 12:08 AM
Air 21: Villanueva and Ramos
Alaska: Exciminiano
Brgy. Ginebra: Baracael
Barako: Miranda and Isip
Globalport: Garcia and Romeo
Rain or Shine: Chan
San Mig: Cawaling, Barroca and Pingris
San Miguel: Santos
Meralco: Mark Bringas
Talk N text: None

Majority ang guards.

LaKazTaMa
04-12-2014, 03:28 PM
Pde ba pati Coach? Nash Racela , koy Banal , Glenn Capacio and Johnny Abarrientos

tamarawz_14
04-13-2014, 02:53 PM
Hmmm. pwede rin kaya LASALISTA si coach Nash Racela at BEDISTA si koy banal at dahil current and former FEU coach sila eh pwede na. :)

Dark Knight
04-24-2014, 11:33 PM
correct me if im wrong. mga past.

Kiko Adriano - San Miguel

Ronald Magtulis - Ginebra

Edwin Bacani - Shell

Rysal Castro

Celino Cruz

Rhagnee Sinco - drafted by Coke, Never played

RJ Rizada - Coke

Leo Avenido

tamarawz_14
04-26-2014, 11:02 PM
Rysal Castro - SMB and Red Bull
Robin Mendoza - Mobiline
Cesar Catli - Coke


yung mga up to 1996 batch ng FEU hindi ko na alam kung san naglaro
Except kanila Flying A, Pablo and Capacio..hahahahaha

LaKazTaMa
10-18-2014, 06:28 PM
This school has most number of former players in the PBA active roll. FEU, Ateneo or La Salle?
From: Reuben Terrado
•October 14, 2014, 03:57 pm

UAAP teams Ateneo, FEU, La Salle and UE have the most number of alumni in the PBA's active list while San Beda has the most number of active PBA players among NCAA teams. Spin.ph Graphics

THE presence of several PBA stars in Far Eastern University's side of the gallery during Game Two of the UAAP Season 77 finals against National University spoke volumes of the school’s status as one of the biggest sources of talent of the professional league.

As images of former PBA MVP Arwind Santos, Gilas gunner Jeff Chan and Ginebra's Mac Baracael were beamed to a live television audience from the Big Dome, it occurred to Spin.ph that perhaps the Morayta-based school may have the most number of alumni in the PBA's active roster this season.

It turned out we were wrong.

In an unofficial tally by Spin.ph based on the team rosters (not including players on reserved or injured list) for the season-opening Philippine Cup, it is Ateneo and not FEU which holds the distinction as the school with the most number of former players in the league roll with 17.

The list of former Blue Eagles players in the pro league's active roster mostly came from the era in the early 2000s led by Gilas Pilipinas standouts LA Tenorio, Japeth Aguilar of Barangay Ginebra, Larry Fonacier of Talk ‘N Text, and Rookie of the Year Greg Slaughter of Barangay Ginebra.

Following Ateneo is FEU, which has 16 PBA players. Aside from Santos, Chan, and Baracael, other former Tamaraws in the league include GlobalPort guard and former UAAP MVP Terrence Romeo, and even San Mig cager Marc Pingris, who declared FEU as his college in his profile on the PBA website even if spent just one season at Morayta before joining the PSBA Jaguars.

No wonder FEU takes pride in having many of their products become stars in the PBA, as school owner Anton Montinola heralded in an interview with mediamen during the launch of the FEU-Diliman Sports Complex earlier this year.

“We take care of our players, we develop them, and they go on and become superstars,” said Montinola. “I think we may have the best collection of PBA players coming from FEU.”

“If they have an alumni game, all FEU players playing against any school, I think we are hard to beat. We are proud of that,” added Montinola.

La Salle has the third biggest players in the PBA with 13 led by Jvee Casio, Mark Cardona, Joseph Yeo, and Mike Cortez followed by UE with 11, including two-time MVP James Yap and former Rookie of the Year Paul Lee.

James Yap is one of 11 former UE players currently on the active list in the PBA. Jerome Ascano

Here are the top 10 UAAP and NCAA schools who have the most players in the PBA, based on the tally by Spin.ph.

1. Ateneo (17): Nonoy Baclao, Rich Alvarez, Ryan Buenafe, Enrico Villanueva, Paolo Bugia, LA Tenorio, Greg Slaughter, Japeth Aguilar, JC Intal, Nico Salva, Juami Tiongson, JP Erram, Bacon Austria, Chris Tiu, Doug Kramer, Justin Chua, Larry Fonacier.

2. FEU (16): Terrence Romeo, Mark Isip, Eder Saldua, Paul Sanga, Reil Cervantes, Jonas Villanueva, Aldrech Ramos, Chris Exciminiano, Mac Baracael, RR Garcia, Denok Miranda, JR Cawaling, Jeff Chan, Mark Barroca, Arwind Santos, Marc Pingris.

3. La Salle (13): LA Revilla, Joshua Webb, Simon Atkins, Mike Cortez, Mark Cardona, Jvee Casio, Papot Paredes, William Wilson, Joseph Yeo, TY Tang, Ryan Arana, Jerwin Gaco, Rico Maierhofer.

4. UE (11): Hans Thiele, Rudy Lingganay, Angelus Raymundo, Mark Borboran, Paul Artadi, Paul Lee, James Yap, Paulo Hubalde, Ronald Tubid, Elmer Espiritu, KG Canaleta.

5. Adamson (7): Roider Cabrera, Richard Alonzo, Eric Camson, Rodney Brondial, Alex Nuyles, Eddie Laure, Jericho Cruz.

6: UST (7): Jojo Duncil, Cyrus Baguio, Jeric Fortuna, Dylan Ababou, Jeric Teng, Jervy Cruz, Allein Maliksi.

7. San Beda (6): Anjo Caram, Rome Dela Rosa, Dave Marcelo, Jake Pascual, Ogie Menor, Bam Gamalinda.

8. Letran (6): Rey Guevarra, Kevin Alas, RJ Jazul, Bryan Faundo, Raymond Almazan, Aaron Aban.

9. San Sebastian (6): Calvin Abueva, Gilbert Bulawan, Jason Ballesteros, Ian Sangalang, Ronald Pascual, Mark Macapagal.

10. JRU (4): John Wilson, JR Sena, Byron Villarias, Jeckster Apinan.

LaKazTaMa
10-18-2014, 06:38 PM
NCAA minnow Mapua beats all other schools in this one PBA category: Quality over quantity?
From: Reuben Terrado
•October 18, 2014, 03:26 pm

The Mapua Cardinals have endured another losing season in the NCAA, but they still own the distinction as the school with the most number of PBA MVP trophies. Jerome Ascano

QUALITY over quantity.

That was the response Spin.ph received on Twitter from one reader from University of the East in reaction to the story we ran about the collegiate schools with the most number of alumni on the PBA's active roster.

In the tally we conducted, Ateneo emerged as the school which has the largest number of former players currently in the roster of pro league teams, followed by Far Eastern University and De La Salle.

But in terms of quality, one good measurement, the Spin.ph reader volunteered, is the number of times a school’s player or players had won the MVP award in Asia’s first ever play-for-pay league.

The reader from UE is in for a surprise, however. While the Red Warriors share the honor of having the most number of MVPs, UE and all other schools for that matter trail this one school in terms of number of MVP trophies.

That distinction belongs to Mapua, which has slipped off the radar in the college leagues with one miserable season after another since winning its last NCAA championship in 1992-93.

The Cardinals have a total of six MVP trophies including the record four won by former King Cardinal Alvin Patrimonio (1991, 1993, 1994, 1997) and one each from former Crispa stars Atoy Co (1979) and Freddie Hubalde (1977).

Co, incidentally, is the current coach of Mapua in the NCAA.

Tied for second on the list are University of San Carlos of Cebu and UE - two teams which, ironically, carry the moniker Warriors.

Cebu's USC Warriors only had one player who won an MVP plum in Ramon Fernandez, but ‘El Presidente’ won the league's highest individual award four times in a long, legendary career.

In contrast, the UE Red Warriors had three different players to win the MVP in Robert Jaworski (1978), Allan Caidic (1990), and James Yap (2005-2006, 2009-2010).

Also interesting to note is that players from Cebu schools have won MVP award seven times through Fernandez, Abet Guidaben (1983, 1987), and June Mar Fajardo (2013-2014).

With the influx of Fil-foreign players, foreign-bred players have accounted for seven MVP trophies, the first of which was won by ex-Northern Consolidated Corp. stalwart Ricardo Brown in 1985.

Curiously, Ateneo, FEU, and De La Salle - the top three schools which have the most number of active players in the PBA - only have a grand total of two MVP winners.

Johnny Abarrientos became the first FEU player to win the PBA MVP in 1996 followed by Arwind Santos in 2012-2013.

Former Ateneo and La Salle players have yet to win an MVP award.

Here's the complete list:

1. Mapua (6): Alvin Patrimonio (4), Freddie Hubalde, Atoy Co

2. USC (4): Ramon Fernandez (4)

3. UE (4): James Yap (2), Robert Jaworski, Allan Caidic

4. UST (3): Bogs Adornado (3)

5. University of San Jose-Recoletos: Abet Guidaben (2)

6. UP (2): Benjie Paras (2)

7. FEU (2): Johnny Abarrientos, Arwind Santos

8. JRU (2): Philip Cezar, Vergel Meneses

9. NU (2): Danny Ildefonso (2)

10. Letran (2): Willie Miller (2)

11. Lyceum (1): Ato Agustin

12. Adamson (1): Kenneth Duremdes

13. University of Cebu (1): June Mar Fajardo

LaKazTaMa
10-18-2014, 06:39 PM
bonjour_parisian_boy

October 18, 2014 @ 04:00 pm

eto yung hinihintay ko na article. kahit na pinaka-madaming players ang galing sa la salle at ateneo walang MVP galing sa kanila!

Dark Knight
10-23-2014, 08:45 AM
I read an interesting article at spin.ph about collegiate players playing in the PBA.

Ateneo and La Salle has the most number of players playing in the pros but when you think about quality and not quantity, it would be FEU and UE that produced the most MVP's in the PBA.

UE has 3 in Robert Jaworski, Allan Caidic and James Yap.
FEU has Johnny Abbarientos and Arwind Santos.

Even Adamson (Kenneth Duremdes), NU (Danny Ildefonso), UP (Benjie Paras) and UST (Bogs Adornado) has 1 MVP each.

While the so called schools with great basketball programs (Ateneo, La Salle) has yet to produce a PBA MVP. Quantity yes.

Not surprising.............just look at Ryan Buenafe riding the bench.

http://www.spin.ph/basketball/special-reports/quality-quantity-uaap-ncaa-pba-players-successful-basketball

Dark Knight
10-23-2014, 08:45 AM
I read an interesting article at spin.ph about collegiate players playing in the PBA.

Ateneo and La Salle has the most number of players playing in the pros but when you think about quality and not quantity, it would be FEU and UE that produced the most MVP's in the PBA.

UE has 3 in Robert Jaworski, Allan Caidic and James Yap.
FEU has Johnny Abbarientos and Arwind Santos.

Even Adamson (Kenneth Duremdes), NU (Danny Ildefonso), UP (Benjie Paras) and UST (Bogs Adornado) has 1 MVP each.

While the so called schools with great basketball programs (Ateneo, La Salle) has yet to produce a PBA MVP. Quantity yes.

Not surprising.............just look at Ryan Buenafe riding the bench.

http://www.spin.ph/basketball/special-reports/quality-quantity-uaap-ncaa-pba-players-successful-basketball

Dark Knight
10-23-2014, 09:51 AM
wow, sorry for the above post. Lakaztama actually posted the article above. My apologies. I should read from time to time lol.