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  1. #941
    good day sir...as per my infos...Jay Alejandro will play next season pa raw...he is committed to play for the RP youth...before suting up for the bulldogs...just heard the news last saturday @ the finals of Sandugo-CDl championship....sana nga po hindi totoo...we've seen how this kid plays at nakakabilib....

  2. #942
    congratulations to NU BULLDOGS for winning the semifinals game against the powerhouse Ateneo Blue Eagles...
    Sulong national-U! bulldogs bites! goodluck sa finals vs the deadly DLSU Green Archers..

  3. #943
    how i wish they will let alejandro play this comming uaap.it will give him good experience even if off the bench for this season.

  4. #944
    Emmanuel Mbe should have won the MVP award for the Fil Oil. Without his inside presence NU would have had an even harder time against a tall Lasalle side. Mbe had 13 points, 15 rebounds and three blocks versus Lasalle, and held Norbert Torres to only five rebounds after Torres had double-digit boards each of his last two games. Parks led all scorers with 19 points but had a tough time versus Jed Manguera.

    Kudos to Coach Eric Altamirano for thinking up a system of great spacing and developing the long shooting of all his boys, especially his forwards. "We were one of the worst outside shooting teams last year so we really worked hard and practiced our outside shooting for this year, and thankfully it shows in games," he said in the post-game interview.

    Special shout-out to Gelo Alolino, the most underrated pointguard in the UAAP. He is tough, heady and knows how to make his team better, really understands spacing and ball movement, knows how to get into the gut of a defense.
    FRIENDS LANG KAMI

  5. #945
    NU's 1st round schedule:

    July 14 | Saturday | MOA Arena
    12:30pm - Opening
    2:00pm - NU vs UE
    4:00pm - UST vs FEU

    July 22 | Sunday | MOA Arena
    2:00pm - FEU vs DLSU
    4:00pm - ADMU vs NU

    July 26 | Thursday | Araneta Coliseum
    2:00pm - UP vs NU
    4:00pm - AdU vs FEU

    July 28 | Saturday | MOA Arena
    2:00pm - UST vs NU
    4:00pm - DLSU vs ADMU

    August 2 | Thursday | Araneta Coliseum
    2:00pm - ADMU vs UP
    4:00pm - NU vs FEU

    August 5 | Sunday | MOA Arena
    2:00pm - FEU vs UP
    4:00pm - AdU vs NU

    August 11 | Saturday | Philsports Arena
    2:00pm - UST vs AdU
    4:00pm - NU vs DLSU

  6. #946
    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.”
    FRIENDS LANG KAMI


 
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