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05-10-2015, 06:49 AM
MANILA, Philippines - San Beda pounded on NCAA rival Lyceum of the Philippines University, 75-56, to stay unbeaten in three matches in the 2015 Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup yesterday at the San Juan Arena.

The Red Lions drew 10 points from Art dela Cruz as they raced to a 25-15 lead in the first quarter, then broke the game wide open in the third quarter, allowing the Pirates only seven points, en route to their third straight win.

In another blowout match, the FEU Tamaraws made short work of the University of San Jose-Recoletos Jaguars, 70-57, to go up, 2-1.

The Tamaraws used a 37-23 halftime lead to cushion the brave comeback of the Jaguars, who fought without African center Quintin Nzuzi who was nursing a fever.

Without the height to match FEU inside the lane, the Jaguars were outrebounded, 52-41, 16 of them on offensive rebounds which the Tams translated to 15 points.

Despite the blowout win, FEU head coach Nash Racela said his wards had a lot to learn playing within the system.
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“We weren’t looking at the score; we are emphasizing to them about playing the right way,” said Racela.

05-10-2015, 06:55 AM
http://media.philstar.com/images/the-philippine-star/sports/20150510/ed-bayron-15.jpg Prince Orizu of FEU battling for rebounds against two USJR jaguars .

05-10-2015, 07:07 AM
Warriors nip Cardinals; Tamaraws up
Cedelf P. Tupas

Philippine Daily Inquirer
1:29 AM | Thursday, May 7th, 2015

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Later, Far Eastern U leaned on a big game from the returning Mac Belo to trounce Letran, 80-75.

Belo, who is coming off a stint with Sinag Pilipinas in the Seaba Championship, tallied 21 points and seven rebounds, joining forces with Reymar Jose who had 18 points in leading the Tamaraws to their first win of the tournament. Letran dropped to 1-2.

Mark Cruz and Rey Nambatac kept the Knights in the game, combining for 48 points, but Belo proved too tough to handle down the stretch as he bullied his way to a couple of baskets in the final two minutes that spelled the difference for the Tamaraws.

Emil Palma led the Warriors with 19 points, five assists and four steals, while Charcos also finished with seven assists and five rebounds.

The scores:

UE 79—Palma 19, Charcos 15, De Leon 9, Gonzales 9, Alberto 8, Abanto 4, Javier 4, Varilla 3, Manalang 3, Cudal 2, Larupay 2, Batiller 1, Awana 0, Penuela 0, Mina 0.

MAPUA 77—Nimes 26, Oraeme 24, Que 15, Biteng 6, Braña 2, Villaseñor 2, Raflores 2, Nieles 0, Dela Rosa 0, Layug 0, Serrano 0, Tubiano 0.

Quarters: 18-8, 33-37, 49-56, 79-77

05-11-2015, 07:36 PM
Feu tams will face NU Bulldogs on May 16 at 3:15pm san juan arena.

05-16-2015, 06:32 PM
Belo, Escoto star as FEU Tamaraws score overtime win over NU Bulldogs in preseason tourney

From: Reuben Terrado
May 16, 2015, 05:30 pm

MAC Belo sent the game into overtime before Russel Escoto scored the game-winning putback as Far Eastern University defeated National University, 86-84, on Saturday in the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup in San Juan.

Belo scored 19 points and sank a three-pointer off an assist from Monbert Arong with 0.5 seconds in regulation to tie the game at 72-72.

Escoto finished with 11 markers and scored on a follow-up with 0.1 seconds in overtime to give the Tamaraws their third in four games.

FEU’s victory came after trailing 55-46 at the end of the third quarter.

“We caught up in the fourth quarter but it wasn’t the system that we want. Nag-hero ball sila nung fourth quarter so nag-kanya-kanya,” said FEU coach Nash Racela.

“It was a play designed by coach Josh. That’s exactly what the play that we wanted,” said Racela on the game-tying game in overtime.

Belo actually had a double-double, grabbing 12 rebounds while Mike Tolomia had 19 points for the Tamaraws, who handed the Bulldogs their first loss in four games.

The scores:

FEU (86)—Belo 19, Tolomia 19, Ru. Escoto 11, Pogoy 9, Jose 6, Orizu 6, Holmqvist 4, Trinidad 3, Inigo 2, Denila 2, Bienes 2, Roxas 2, Arong 1, Ri. Escoto 0, Tamsi 0, Comboy 0, Ugsang 0, Liwag 0.

NU (84)—Alolino 24, Diputado 11, Celda 9, Gaye 8, Alejandro 8, Salim 8, Neypes 7, Javelona 4, Javillonar 3, Abatayo 2.

Quarterscores: 21-14; 34-41; 46-55; 72-72; 86-84.

05-17-2015, 06:37 AM
Feu's Next Games vs CSB May 20 at 11.45am , vs UPHSD May23 at 1:30pm , vs ADU May 30 at 1:30pm , vs EAC June 5 at 1:30pm

05-20-2015, 08:10 PM
Jonathan Grey leads way as Blazers crush Tamaraws' second-stringers

From: Karlo Sacamos
May 20, 2015, 03:03 pm

St. Benilde's Jonathan Grey leads all scorers with 23, while none from the FEU side managed to hit double figures. Dante Peralta

COLLEGE of St. Benilde pounced on a Far Eastern University side that used the game to field second-stringers, rolling to a 70-48 victory on Wednesday in the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup at The Arena in San Juan.

With Tamaraws stars Mac Belo and Mike Tolomia playing just nine minutes each, the Blazers took advantage as they zoomed to an early lead and never looked back on the way to a surprising rout over last UAAP season’s losing finalist.

“We didn’t expect to win in a lopsided manner, but Belo and Tolomia had off games so we just capitalized,” Blazers coach Gabby Velasco said.

It was just the second in in five games for the Blazers, who handed the Tamaraws only their second loss against three wins in Group A.

Jonathan Grey spearheaded the Blazers’ attack with 23 points, five boards, and two assists in just 23 minutes, while Pons Saavedra added 14 points, seven boards, two assists, and two steals.

No one scored in twin digits for the Tamaraws, who drew eight points from sophomore guard Francis Tamsi and six points apiece from rookies Wendell Comboy and Brandey Bienes.

The scores:

CSB 70 – Grey 23, Saavedra 14, Nayve 12, Jonson 7, Domingo 6, Flores 4, Ongteco 3, Sta. Maria 1, Domingo 0, Deles 0, Fajarito 0, Norberte 0, Castillo 0, Mercado 0, De Sequerra 0

FEU 48 – Tamsi 8, Comboy 6, Bienes 6, Tolomia 5, Belo 5, Ugsang 4, Liwag 4, Roxas 3, Pogoy 3, Orizu 2, Trinidad 2, Delos Santos 0, Denila 0, Escoto 0, Inigo 0, Jose 0, Escoto 0, Arong 0

Quarterscores: 23-11; 35-28; 54-35; 70-48.

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05-24-2015, 04:40 PM

Akhuetie shines bright as Perpetual Help turns back Far Eastern University in preseason meet

From: Reuben Terrado
May 23, 2015, 10:59 pm

BRIGHT Akhuetie was again a tower of power for University of Perpetual Help as he fired 28 points and grabbed 13 rebounds as the Altas turned back Far Eastern University, 70-64, in the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup Saturday at The Arena in San Juan.

The 6-foot-7 Akhuetie led the way for the Altas, who soar to their fifth straight win.

“If he keeps playing the way he's playing, we'll have a chance to contend for the title in the NCAA,” admitted Perpetual Help coach Aric Del Rosario.

Akhuetie got plenty of help from the Altas as Gab Dagangon had nine points and 11 rebounds, while Kevin Oliveria added 10 boards.

“They've worked hard in practice and their hardwork is starting to pay off,” said Del Rosario, referring to Dagangon and Oliveria.

Mike Tolomia and Russel Escoto each had 15 points for the Tamaraws, who dropped to an even 3-3 slate.

The scores

Perpetual Help (70) - Akhuetie 28, Dagangon 9, Oliveria 8, Eze 8, Thompson 6, Elopre 4, Ylagan 4, Gallardo 3, Coronel 0, Dizon 0, Bantayan 0, Sadiwa 0.

FEU (64) - Tolomia 15, Ru. Escoto 15, Arong 11, Jose 11, Pogoy 6, Orizu 4, Bienes 2, Inigo 0, Tamsi 0, Ri. Escoto 0, Trinidad 0, Roxas 0, Comboy 0, Liwag 0.

Quarterscores: 15-20; 35-39; 54-40; 70-64.

05-30-2015, 08:02 PM
FEU notches .500 mark in Filoil at Adamson’s expense
Bong Lozada

4:28 PM | Saturday, May 30th, 2015

Far Eastern University (FEU) charged to the .500 plateau in the Filoil Flying V Hanes Preseason Premier Cup as it held off Adamson University, 80-68, Saturday at San Juan Arena.

From a 38-27 hole in the first half, the Tamaraws ramped it up in the second, trampling the Falcons to the ground as they owned the last two quarters with a 53-30 scoring margin.

Tamaraws head coach Nash Racela said it was their defense that carried them in the second half and not as much as their offense.

“From the very beginning, we focused on defense and made it our priority,” Racela said as his Tamaraws improved to a 3-3 standing in Group A.

FEU stormed to a 12-4 run in the fourth with Monbert Arong making good in the break, cashing in on an open layup to give the Tamaraws a 71-62 edge with 5:40 remaining in the game.

Then the Tamaraws switched their defensive strategies from man-to-man defense to a fullcourt press, then shifted it once more to trap.

Racela said his team is learning to transition from one defensive style to another in preparation for the UAAP.

“It’s something we are learning right now, I think it will be a weapon for us for the UAAP season,” Racela said. “We might have a depth this season which gives me the luxury to press on defense.”

Arong led the Tamaraws with 25 points and two steals while Mike Tolomia and Roger Pogoy added a combined 23 points.

Papi Sarr had a team-high 21 points for the 2-5 Adamson. ID

05-30-2015, 08:03 PM

05-31-2015, 12:08 AM
SAN JUAN City – Far Eastern University defeated UAAP rival Adamson University, 80-68, in the 2015 FilOil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup Saturday (May 30) at the San Juan Arena. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2015/05/30/ceu-sbc-stamp-class-in-filoil/)

06-05-2015, 06:02 PM
Filoil: FEU punches QF ticket with win over EAC

Randolph B. Leongson


4:11 PM | Friday, June 5th, 2015

Far Eastern University propelled itself to the quarterfinals, surviving Emilio Aguinaldo College with a come-from-behind 69-64 victory Friday in the 2015 Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup at the Arena in San Juan.

The Tamaraws had to hold fort and keep the Generals at bay as they missed Roger Pogoy, who was taken back to the dugout area after hitting the stanchion on a rebound play midway in the first quarter.

Still, coach Nash Racela was glad with the efforts shown by his players.

“That happens. You lose some players, so it’s important the other guys should step forward,” he said. “It’s a little bit hard for the other players because they had to play out of their position.”

Monbert Arong and Ron Dennison led FEU (5-3) with 12 points apiece, as Raymar Jose just missed out on a double-double with his nine markers and 12 boards.

Hamadou Laminou paced EAC (1-7) with 23 points and seven rebounds.

The Scores:

FEU 69 – Arong 12, Dennison 12, Jose 9, Orizu 9, Bienes 8, Comboy 5, Trinidad 4, 3, Pogoy 2, Delos Santos 2, Denila 2, Ugsang 1, Inigo 0, Holmqvist 0, Roxas 0, Tamsi 0.

EAC 64 – Laminou 23, Onwubere 19, Pascua 9, Pascual 4, General 3, Morada 3, Corilla 2, Mbang 2, Estacio 0, Mejos 0.

Quarters: 10-15, 25-35, 46-48, 69-64.

06-05-2015, 06:09 PM
Scary Filoil Cup moment as FEU's Roger Pogoy crashes head into goal post
From: Mei-Lin Lozada
•June 5, 2015, 04:48 pm
FAR Eastern University forward Roger Pogoy figured in a scary moment in the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup on Friday when he crashed into the goalpost in a game against Emilio Aguinaldo College.

Pogoy, one of the final cogs of the Tamaraws, tried to stop an EAC fastbreak in the first half but was coming in so fast he couldn't step on the brakes, hitting his head into the post under the basket at The Arena in San Juan.

Shaken up, the FEU veteran forward was immediately carried out in a stretcher and medics attended to him inside the dugout as he complained of dizzy spells.

“Nahihilo ako, nahihilo ako,” said Pogoy when asked what he was feeling.

Pogoy was eventually cleared by medics and returned to the bench, but he was no longer fielded back by FEU coach Nash Racela. He ended up playing just six minutes with two points and two rebounds.

The incident comes just weeks after a junior player of Jose Rizal University, CJ Servillon, died just days after collapsing in a tournament game. He was 17.

In Pogoy's absence, Ron Dennison led the Tamaraws' third-quarter onslaught while Monbert Arong put the finishing touches to a 69-64 win that sealed FEU's place in the quarterfinals.

“That happens you lose some players what’s important is you have players to step forward,” said Racela.

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06-06-2015, 04:46 AM
Tamaraws score come-from-behind win over Generals for a quarterfinals seat in Filoil preseason meet
From: Mei-Lin Lozada
•June 5, 2015, 07:15 pm

FAR Eastern University advanced to the quarterfinals of the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup Friday following a come-from-behind 69-64 win over Emilio Aguinaldo College at The Arena in San Juan.

Former South Western University ace guard Monbert Arong scored 12 points for the Tamaraws, while Ron Dennison came off the bench to finish with the same output.

The Tamaraws improved to a 5-3 (win-loss) card and shoved reigning UAAP champion National University (4-3) out of quarterfinal contention.

Even if the Bulldogs prevail over Perpetual Help Altas on Saturday, the Tamaraws will still advance to the next round owing to the winner-over-the-other rule.

Hamadou Laminou’s 23 and Syden Onwubere’s 19 points went down the drain for EAC as the Generals absorbed their seventh loss in eight outings.

The game also saw FEU veteran Roger Pogoy figuring in a scary moment when he crashed into the goalpost during a fastbreak play.

He was later cleared to play by game medics, although coach Nash Racela no longer fielded him.

The scores

FEU (69) - Arong 12, Dennison 12, Jose 9, Orizu 9, Bienes 8, Comboy 5, Trinidad 4, Tolomia 3, Pogoy 2, Delos Santos 2, Denila 2, Ugsang 1, Inigo 0, Holmqvist 0, Roxas, Tamsi 0.

EAC (64) - Laminou 23, Onwubere 19, Pascua 9, Pascual 4, General 3, Morada 3, Corilla 2, Mbang 1, Estacio 0, Mejos 0.

Quarterscores: 10-15; 25-35; 46-48; 69-64.

06-10-2015, 04:31 PM
Tamaraws end Scorpions’ fairy-tale run, reach semifinals of preseason tilt
From: Mei-Lin Lozada
•June 10, 2015, 02:50 pm

FAR Eastern University survived Centro Escolar University, 73-68, to advance to the semifinals of the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup on Wednesday at San Juan Arena.

Raymar Jose had 16 points and seven boards, while Mike Tolomia had 13 points and five assists for FEU, who are without Mac Belo and head coach Nash Racela, who are in Singapore for the Southeast Asian Games.

The Tamaraws led by 15 points but allowed the Scorpions to close in with a 9-0 run, with Oneal Arim hitting on back-to-back three-pointers to make it 67-73 with 28.9 seconds left to play.

"Challenge for us is we need to play with consistency," said FEU assistant coach Eric Gonzales.

"We need to play with an attitude of grinding it out and being a hard worker."

"What's important is that we rebounded on the defensive side, those turnovers should never happen again."

Alfred Batino and Mon Abundo combined for 22 points for the CEU, which topped its group in the eliminations with a 7-1 win-loss car
The Scores:

FEU 73 - Jose 16, Tolomia 13, Arong 9, Iñigo 7, Orizu 7, Pogoy 7, Comboy 6, Bienes 4, Dennison 2, Tamsi 2, Escoto 0, Trinidad 0, Liwag 0

CEU - Batino 12, Abundo 10, De Leon, R. 9, Ebondo 9, Casino 9, Celso 8, Arim 7, Vargas 3, Jeruta 1, Pagkatipunan 0, De Leon, K. 0, Anunciacion 0, Opiso 0, Saber 0

06-10-2015, 04:32 PM

06-11-2015, 12:54 AM
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SAN JUAN City – Centro Escolar University’s magical run at the 2015 FilOil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup came to a screeching halt Wednesday (June 10) after the Group B top seed bowed to Far Eastern University, 68-73. The Tamaraws thus advanced to the semifinals this coming Friday (June 12) where they will play defending champion De La Salle University while the other pairing pits Jose Rizal University and last season’s losing finalist San Beda College. READ MORE (https://servssports.wordpress.com/2015/06/10/ceus-filoil-run-over/)

06-13-2015, 05:16 PM
La Salle gets payback after ousting FEU to earn return trip to Filoil Cup finals
From: Mei-Lin Lozada
•June 12, 2015, 05:41 pm

ALMOST a year after, De La Salle finally got back at Far Eastern University.

Jeron Teng fired 19 points as the Green Archers knocked off the Tamaraws and book a return trip to the finals of the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup on Friday at The Arena in San Juan.

Thomas Torres finished with 18 points, Jahal Tratter had 12, and Jason Perkins with 11 for the defending champion Archers, who will meet reigning NCAA champion San Beda in the championship match.

The victory, fashioned out in the absence of FEU coach Nash Racela and star player Mac Belo, avenged the Archers’ semifinal loss to the Tamaraws in last year’s UAAP Final Four.

Racela and Belo are with the national men’s basketball team in the 28th Southeast Asian Games in Singapore.

La Salle coach Juno Sauler however, stressed the second Finals stint is not about defending the Archers’ title, but for the team to keep on improving in preparation for the coming UAAP season.

“It’s not about defending the title but to work on a lot of things and improve for the coming UAAP,” said Sauler following the semifinal win.

“The UAAP is three months away, but I hope that we get to be consistent by then,” he added.

The Green Archers raced to an early 26-12 lead and held a 67-57 edge entering the final quarter.

The Tamaraws cut the deficit to eight at the start of the payoff period, but went silent in a four-minute stretch as the Green Archers scored eight unanswered points to remain on top, 75-59.

Roger Pogoy finished with 22 points for FEU, which got a combined 23 points from Raymar Jose and Mike Tolomia.

The scores:

La Salle (84) - Teng 19, Torres 18, TRatter12, Perkins 11, Caracut 9, Muyang 7, Torralba 4, Go 2, Sargent 2, Gob 0.

FEU (71) - Pogoy 22, Jose 12, Tolomia 11, Escoto 5, Bienes 5, Trinidad 4, Orizu 3, Tamsi 3, Liwag 2, Arong 2, Comboy 2, Inigo 0, Dennison 0.

Quarterscores: 26-17; 42-29; 62-49; 84-71.