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  1. #341
    Quote Originally Posted by bchoter View Post
    Atoy Co and his staff have been in the mix for some recruits, a couple of fil-fors and a big man who's being looked at as one of the steal in in this years hs senior batch
    That Serrano guy from their HS squad?
    Go San Beda Fight! :D

  2. #342
    One of the Fil-fors is a PG while the other one is an undersized PF. Their offer was spurned by a 2-guard from another NC while the big man is still looking at his options

  3. #343
    High-scoring Josan Nimes mysteriously left out of Mapua lineup for second straight season

    From: Reuben Terrado
    June 16, 2014

    JOSAN Nimes came up with fine performances in the preseason tournament, even earning praise from Mapua coach Atoy Co. It turns out he won’t even be suiting for the Cardinals in the NCAA this season.

    His name is not in the Cardinals’ 16-man lineup for Season 90 and Co, who had spoken about the development of the Cardinals swingman during the preseason, has little to say this time.

    “We were excited really because Josan Nimes was supposed to play but unluckily, something happened two weeks ago,” said Co on Monday in the league’s official press conference at MOA Arena.

    Now for the second straight year, Nimes is sitting out.

    A source told Nimes was hurt during a tune-up game a few weeks back although it was not clear whether it was a season-ending injury.

    When asked again about Nimes' status after the press conference, Co said: “Hindi pumasa.”

    When asked to confirm if Nimes got injured, the PBA legend refused to speak.

    Read full article here-

  4. #344

    MIT CARDINALS Season 90

    Daming mga rookie sa line up natin ah

    Mit cardinals season 90



    Villasenor - red robins
    Tubiano - hope christian hs
    Serrano - red robins
    Medina - nu bullpops
    Galoso - hope christian hs
    Canaynay - nu bullpops

    Not in the line up:
    Brana - academic deficiencies
    Nimes - injured???
    Stevens - injured???
    Last edited by st_ang3r; 06-17-2014 at 09:50 PM.

  5. #345

    Mapua Cardinals find finishing kick to score first win of season at expense of San Sebastian Stags

    From: Karlo Sacamos July 28, 2014, 06:20 pm

    MAPUA finally found the finishing kick as it turned back San Sebastian, 89-81, on Monday at The Arena in San Juan to barge into the win column of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament.

    For the third straight time, the Cardinals found themselves in a tight endgame but showed resolve to put an end to a six-game losing streak.

    The Cardinals also dealt the Stags their third loss in six matches, dropping their victims to a three-way tie in the middle with College of St. Benilde and Jose Rizal University.

    “Last three games, medyo nandun kami. Hindi lang namin matapos sa endgame. Pero through those experiences, medyo nag-mature player ko and they were focused on this game,” a relieved Cardinals coach Atoy Co said.

    It was a day of upsets in the country’s oldest collegiate league after the Blazers stunned defending champion San Beda, 83-76, in the curtain-raiser.

    Jessie Saitanan clicked on both ends of the floor this time, pumping in 24 points, nine boards, and four assists, while three other Cardinals scored in double figures.

  6. #346
    Mapua's Oraeme leads NCAA MVP race after first round
    Posted at 08/25/2015

    MANILA, Philippines – Mapua Institute of Technology center Allwell Oraeme leads the NCAA in Player Average Value (PAV) at the end of the first round of the Season 91 men's basketball tournament, ahead of San Beda College's Arthur dela Cruz and reigning MVP Earl Scottie Thompson of University of Perpetual Help.

    Oraeme has a PAV of 66.44 after leading the league in rebounds and blocks at the end of the first round of the eliminations. He currently averages 17.56, 19.11 rebounds, and 4.22 blocks per game.

    ... For Oraeme to be named the Most Valuable Player, he has to lead the Cardinals to the Final Four. Mapua currently has a 4-5 win-loss record and sits in sixth place in the league standings.

    Full article here =

  7. #347

    Red-hot Mapua Cardinals gain place in NCAA playoffs after lopsided win over EAC Generals

    From: Reuben Terrado
    October 9, 2015

    MAPUA defeated Emilio Aguinaldo College, 88-63, on Friday to assure the Cardinals of a playoff for a Final Four berth in the NCAA Season 91 men’s basketball tournament at The Arena in San Juan.

    Allwell Oraeme finished with 16 points, 15 rebounds, three assists, three steals, and four blocks for the Cardinals, who finished the regular season with a 12-6 win-loss slate.

    That is good enough to assure the Cardinals a place in the stepladder playoffs to determine the Final Four protagonists.

    Mapua led by only three points at the half, 41-38, but stepped on the gas from there to put a fitting end to a second-round campaign that saw the Cardinals win eight of nine games.

    Mapua coach Atoy Co said the possible humiliation of coming this far and then falling at the last hurdle in a game against Emilio Aguinaldo College proved enough motivation for his wards.

    “Lahat ng pinagpaguran namin tapos madidisgrasya sa EAC, anong mukha ang ihaharap namin sa eskwela?” said Co.

    The Generals finished the 18-game eliminations with just two victories.

    Darell Menina and Mark Brana had 14 points each while Josan Nimes chipped in 13 points. JP Nieles had 12 points while CJ Isit added 11 markers for the Cardinals.

    Sidney Onwubere had 21 points and 11 rebounds for the Generals.

    The scores:

    Mapua ( 88 ) — Oraeme 16, Menina 14, Brana 14, Nimes 13, Nieles 12, Isit 11, Biteng 3, Serrano 3, Aguirre 2, Raflores 0.

    EAC ( 63 ) — Onwubere 21, Hamadou 11, Munsayac 8, Diego 8, Mejos 5, Bonleon 2, Pascual 0, Corilla 0, Mallari 0.

    Quarterscores: 15-14, 41-38, 61-50, 88-63.
    Last edited by CM_Punk; 10-10-2015 at 05:34 PM.

  8. #348
    Vastly improved Mapua clinches No. 3 seeding in Final Four after playoff win over JRU

    From: Reuben Terrado
    October 16, 2015

    MAPUA clinched the No. 3 seeding in the Final Four of the NCAA Season 91 men's basketball tournament after beating Jose Rizal University, 81-76, on Friday at the Mall of Asia Arena.

    CJ Isit led the way for the Cardinals, scoring 27 points in the playoff game as the league's former whipping boys continued a hot streak that saw it win eight of nine games in the second round of the eliminations.

    By stopping JRU's six-game winning streak, Mapua was rewarded with a semifinal match against second seed Letran, which will have twice-to-beat advantage in the match-up.

    ...“I think our team responded well,” said Isit, who also shot 12-of-19 from the field and added five steals. “We came out with a lot of intensity. We took care of the defensive end since we know that we have the firepower.”

    Darrel Menina had 16 points while Oraeme added 11 points and 24 rebounds for the Cardinals. Justin Serrano scored all of his eight points in the fourth quarter.

    The scores:

    Mapua (81) — Isit 27, Menina 16, Oraeme 11, Biteng 8, Nieles 8, Serrano 8, Nimes 3, Aguirre 0, Brana 0.

    JRU (76) — Teodoro 16, Balagtas 12, Grospe 8, Poutouochi 7, Estrella 7, Lasquety 6, Dela Paz 6, Dela Virgen 5, Cruz 3, Pontejos 2, Sanchez 2, Abdul Wahab 0.

    Quarterscores: 19-16, 38-32, 56-54, 81-76.


  9. #349
    MIT’s Oraeme named NCAA 3rd rookie MVP
    By Joey Villar (The Philippine Star) | Updated October 24, 2015

    MANILA, Philippines – Mapua’s Allwell Oraeme bested a host of local aces and fellow foreign players to win the MVP honors in the 91st NCAA men’s basketball tournament, becoming the first rookie to achieve the feat since 2006.

    Oraeme, the 19-year-old find from Lagos, Nigeria, posted monster averages of league-highs 20.28 rebounds and 2.94 blocks on top of 16.33 points to power the Cardinals to their first Final Four appearance in five years.

    “Honestly I didn’t expect to win the MVP award, I was really surprised,” said Oraeme, who thus matched the rookie MVP feat of compatriot Sam Ekwe nine years ago.

    Oraeme had a total Player All-Around Value (PAV) of 69.67, besting San Beda’s Arthur dela Cruz (60.61), Perpetual Help’s two-time MVP Earl Scottie Thompson (57.72), Arellano U’s Jio Jalalon (55.67) and Perpetual Help’s Bright Akhuetie (52.8, who later formed the First Mythical team with Oraeme.

    The Mapua ace, the league’s third Rookie MVP winner after Ekwe and Phl Christian U’s Gabby Espinas, who dominated the league 11 years ago, also bagged the Defensive Player of the Year plum.

    Michael Enriquez made it a double celebration for the Muralla-based school after bagging the MVP award in the juniors division.

    Read complete article here =

  10. #350
    Magaling si Christian Bunag ninyo, bantayan niyo ng mabuti 'yan at may umaaswang...

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