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    Latest On-line News

    Archers flash mean form, rout PMI by 38



    Inquirer
    Last updated 03:31am (Mla time) 05/01/2007


    MANILA, Philippines -- The rock-solid De La Salle University Archers, showing their readiness for the coming UAAP season, tore Philippine Maritime Institute to shreds, 110-72, in their 2007 Nike Summer League debut at the Far Eastern University gym over the weekend.

    Simon Atkins scored 17 points and four others chipped in 10 points or more in the lopsided victory.

    PJ Walsham contributed 13 points, Hyram Bagatsing added 12, Rico Maierhofer was good for 11 and Cholo Villanueva 10 in the swashbuckling Group B victory.

    Feati University, with Marlon Bituin scattering 19 points, surged to a third straight win, a 107-100 decision of Polytechnic University in Group C.

    Other matches saw Mapua Institute of Technology humbling Ateneo de Zamboanga, 94-72, in Group A, and Adamson University tripping San Beda College, 64-53.

    Mapua improved to 1-1 as Neil Pascual led the Cardinals with 18 points and 15 rebounds.

    The Archers will be making their much-awaited UAAP return in July after serving a one-year suspension.

    In women’s play, FEU overwhelmed Centro Escolar University, 100-51; University of Santo Tomas routed Emilio Aguinaldo College, 80-34; Adamson outclassed Philippine College of Criminology, 71-44; National University humbled Polytechnic University of the Philippines, 65-58; and University of the Philippines trounced University of Perpetual Help System, 85-37. Musong R. Castillo
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    Tamaraws rout Tigers
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    FAR EASTERN University routed University of Santo Tomas, 93-51, to extend its winning streak to four games in the 2007 Nike Summer League basketball tournament at the FEU gym.


    Ron Cabagnot joined hands with Marlon Adolfo and Riel Cervantes to power the Tamaraws to another lopsided triumph in this tournament sponsored by Nike.

    Hector Badua and Carlos Fenequito led the Tigers with 10 points apiece.

    La Salle dumped Philippine Christian University, 92-69, and St. Benilde outsteadied Ateneo de Zamboanga, 88-84 in the other men’s games.

    Brian Ilad scattered 20 points for the Archers, who posted their second straight win.

    Tyrone Tang added 16, Cholo Villanueva contributed 12 and James Mangamas had 10 for the Archers.

    Marlon Gonez paced PCU with 12 markers.

    In the women’s division, UST blasted University of the East, 67-41, for its third straight win in Group A.

    Marichi Bacaro scored 23 points for the Lady Tigresses, followed by Remia Buenacosa with 14 points.

    Lea Lopez and Rossan Marzan led the Lady Warriors with eight points each.

    Adamson downed National University, 74-51, for its second win and second spot behind UST in Group A.

    Ghine Buendia Cherrylou Salvana and Kat Samdel combined for 42 points for the Lady Falcons.

    Allalaine de Gomas paced the Lady Bulldogs with 17 points, followed by Pamela Meneses with 13 points.

    In other women’s matches, Emilio Aguinaldo College outplayed La Consolation College, 69-36; Philippine Maritime Institute dumped Feati, 73-30; and St. Benilde outplayed San Beda College-Alabang, 63-42.

    Angelic Pe, Katherine Mangahas, Cheryl Velayo and Marissa Peralta scored almost at will for the Lady Generals, who improved their record to 12.

    Veronica Lio paced La Consolation with 10 points.

    PMI drew 26 points from Ruby Ann Abad while Aileen Ranario added 15 and Janice de Guzman contributed 10 points.

    Juliet Opero topscored for Feati with 10 markers.

    Nice Sarael had 13 points to lead the Lady Blazers to their first win in three outings.

    ABS-CBN and Nike will broadcast the quarterfinal games up to the winner-take-all match live over Studio 23.

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    Tams stay unbeaten in Nike league

    The Philippine Star 05/06/2007

    Far Eastern University, La Salle and University of the Philippines hurdled their respecitve rivals in the 2007 Nike Summer League basketball tournament at the FEU gym.

    FEU subdued National University, 75-65, to post its fifth straight win and clinch a quarterfinals berth in the tourney sponsored by Nike.

    Mac Baracael topscored with 15 points for the Tamaraws, who are now being handled by coach Glen Capacio.

    Marlon Adolfo and JR Cawaling contributed nine points apiece. Jessi Garcia led the Bulldogs with 17 points.

    ABS-CBN will broadcast the game from quarterfinals to the championship live over Studio 23.

    La Salle-Taft demolished Olivarez College, 120-69, for its third straight win in Group B, while UP shocked UAAP champion University of Santo Tomas, 78-70, for its first win in three outings.
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    results for yesterday, May 5, 2007, as posted on the Nike Summer League 2007 official website:

    FEU def. NU, 75-65
    DLSU def. Olivarez, 120-69
    UP def. UST, 78-70
    ADMU def. FEATI, 94-87

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    Falcons soar with Tigers; Tams nail No. 5



    Inquirer
    Last updated 06:03am (Mla time) 05/13/2007


    MANILA, Philippines – Adamson University joined UAAP champion University of Santo Tomas atop the leaderboard, downing Polytechnic University of the Philippines, 58-55, yesterday for a 3-0 record in Group A of the Nike Summer League women’s basketball tournament at the FEU gym.

    In Group B, Far Eastern University crushed Feati, 77-33, for its fifth straight victory that assured the Lady Tamaraws a quarterfinal seat.

    The Adamson Lady Falcons, UAAP champions in the 2003 and 2004 seasons, got 14 points apiece from Ghine Buendia and Jho Carpo.

    In the other Group A game, Wendelyn Alvarez led five players in double figures as the Philippine College of Criminology outclassed Emilio Aguinaldo College, 92-64, for its third win against a lone loss.

    In junior play, La Salle Green Hills demolished PCU-Dasmariñas, 113-54, to register its second straight win in Group C

    Other junior games saw Perpetual Help edging Benedictine, 74-72, for a 3-1 mark in Group C and Philippine College of Criminology subduing Southville, 74-51, for its second win in Group B. Inquirer Sports Staff
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    Nike Summer League

    San Beda outplays Ateneo
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    SAN BEDA College defeated arch-rival Ateneo de Manila University, 91-83, for its fourth win in Group A in the 2007 Nike Summer League basketball tournament at the FEU gym in R. Papa, Manila.


    Five players, led by James Panaligan, scored in double figures for the Red Cubs, who clinched a quarterfinals slot in this prestigious tournament organized by Nike and supported by ABS-CBN.

    Panaligan finished with 18 points for the Red Cubs of coach Ato Badolato.

    Tomi Babilonia added 17 points, Art Dela Cruz contributed 14, Nio Salva had 12 and Ryan Monteclaro had 11.

    Jayvee Domrique paced Ateneo with 21 points, followed by Frank Golla with 14 and Juaim Tiongson with 12. Ateneo dropped to 1-2.

    In the women’s division, National University nipped Emilio Aguinaldo College, 72-64, and Polytechnic University of the Philippines downed University of the East, 50-40.

    The Lady Bulldogs relied on Jovelyn Mejia and Mellisa Mandap in beating the Lady Generals for their third win in five outings in Group A.

    Mejia topscored with 24 points for the Sampaloc-based school, followed by Mandap with 14 points.

    Marissa Peralta led EAC with 21 points. Kristine Cas added 18 points.

    Joan Legaspi, Mary Ann Angeles and Ann David combined for 29 points for PUP, which improved its record to 2-3 win-loss.

    Rossan Marzan carried the fight for the Amazons with 17 points.

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    Baby Tams overpower JRU five



    Inquirer
    Last updated 02:51am (Mla time) 05/21/2007


    MANILA, Philippines -- Far Eastern University overpowered Jose Rizal University, 90-83, Sunday to boost its chances for a quarterfinals slot in the junior division of the Nike Summer League basketball tournament at the FEU gym.

    Fred Lim scored 18 points and June Castillo added 13 for the Baby Tamaraws, who posted their fourth straight win.
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    Tigresses, Lady Maroons enter Final 4 in Nike caging


    The Philippine Star

    UAAP women’s champion University of Santo Tomas crushed St. Benilde, 90-70, while University of the Philippines subdued University of the East, 65-57, to clinch semifinal berths in the 2007 Nike Summer League basketball tournament at the FEU gym in R. Papa, Manila.

    The Tigresses leaned on the troika of Marichu Bacaro, Dominique Leonardo and Remia Buenacosa in demolishing the Lady Blazers, while the Lady Maroons of coach Eric Castro relied on File Cainglet to frustrate the Amazons in this prestigious tournament organized by Nike and ABS-CBN and sponsored by Gatorade.

    Bacaro topscored with 28 points for the Tigresses.

    Leonardo had 16 and Buenacosa added 14 for the España-based school squad,which will now face UAAP arch-rival Far Eastern University in the cross-over semifinals on June 2.

    The Lady Maroons will battle College and University Sports Asssociation (CUSA) champion Philippine College of Criminology in the cross-over semifinals.

    Rossan Marzan topscored with 19 points for the Amazons.

    In the other games, FEU nipped Adamson University, 60-48, and PCCr downed Philippine Maritime Institute, 73-61, to secure the other two semifinals spots.

    The Lady Tamaraws of coach Michael Oliver got 45 points from Chovi Borja, Aurora Adriano, Bernadette Mercado and Kat Reyes to nip the Lady Falcons.

    Borja topscored with 13 points, Adriano and Mercado with 11 points each and Reyes had 10 and 14 rebounds for the Lady Tamaraws.

    The Lady Tamaraws will seek a revenge when they collide with the Tigresses in the semifinals.

    Kat Sandel paced the Lady Falcons with 18 points.

    The Lady Enforcers drew big games from Stineli Casakit and two other players in downing CUSA rivals Lady Admirals to join the three UAAP teams in the next round.

    Casakit fired 23 points for the Lady Enforcers, followed by Katrina Garcia and Grace Quemada with 14 points apiece.

    Janice De Guzman and Jacquelyn Suarez led the Lady Admirals with 13 and 12 points.
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    UST, UP make Nike semifinal
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    UAAP WOMEN’S champion University of Santo Tomas crushed St Benilde, 90-70, while University of the Philippines subdued University of the East, 65-57, to clinch semifinal berths in the 2007 Nike Summer League basketball tournament at the FEU gym in R. Papa, Manila.


    Handled by veteran mentor Elizabeth "Peque" Tan, the Tigresses leaned on the troika of Marichu Bacaro, Dominique Leonardo and Remia Buenacosa in demolishing the Lady Blazers, while the Lady Maroons of coach Eric Castro relied on File Cainglet to frustrate the Amazons in the tournament organized by Nike and ABS-CBN and sponsored by Gatorade.

    Bacaro topscored with 28 points for the Tigresses. Leonardo had 16 and Buenacosa added 14 for the Espana-based school squad,which will now face UAAP arch-rival Far Eastern University in the cross-over semifinals on June 2.

    Leonette Salvacion carried the fight for the Lady Blazers with 20 points.

    Cainglet scored 16 points to lead UP to victory over the Amazons. Anna Asistio and Jedil Robelo contributed 11 and 10 points respectively for the Lady Maroons, who remained as the only unbeaten team in the tournament with nine wins, including eight straight win in the elimination.

    The Lady Maroons collides with College and University Sports Asssociation (CUSA) champion Philippine College of Criminology in the crossover semifinals.

    Rossan Marzan topscored with 19 points for the Amazons.

    In other games, FEU nipped Adamson University, 60-48, and PCCR downed Philippine Maritime Institute, 73-61, to secure the other two semifinals spots.

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    Tams down Falcons, gain Nike loop semis



    Inquirer
    Last updated 05:08am (Mla time) 06/01/2007


    MANILA, Philippines -- Far Eastern University hardly worked out a sweat in beating Adamson University, 92-71, to clinch the first semifinal round berth in the 2007 Nike Summer League basketball tournament at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium in Malate, Manila.

    Paul Sanga and three other players scored in double figures for the Glen Capacio-mentored Tamaraws, who will meet the winner between Letran College and Mapua Institute of Technology in the crossover semis.

    Sanga, a 6-foot-3 forward, led the Tamaraws with 18 points. JR Cawaling scored 17 points, Marc Baracael added 11 and Marc Baroca contributed 10 points for the Morayta-based Tamaraws.

    Rhoel Hugnatan carried the fight for the Falcons with 21 points.

    FEU completed a double celebration by humbling the University of Santo Tomas, 79-64, in the junior division.

    The Baby Tamaraws leaned on Fred Lim and Shane Ko in beating the Baby Tigers to advance to the semifinals. Lim fired 16 points and Ko 14.
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