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  1. #21

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    Quote Originally Posted by joelex
    Heard that Lyceum is on the way to replacing PCU for next season.
    Any sources, sir? We are curious. Sabi nung iba, EAC. Yung iba pa, Arellano. Ano ba talaga??
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  2. #22

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    i dont have any physical evidence to prove also but that is the word from most of the PCU guys ive talked to.

  3. #23

    Re: LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES UNIVERSITY ^PIRATES^

    Quote Originally Posted by joelex
    i dont have any physical evidence to prove also but that is the word from most of the PCU guys ive talked to.
    Oh ok. Guess we'll just have to wait for the NCAA to formally introduce us its new member. Sabi pa nga nila, it might not just be 1 new member.
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    Lyceum University survived a late game surge by Mike Cabangon to edge STI College 88-86 in the first day of the Metro Manila wild card of the PCCL. STI displayed awesome shooting and crisp ball movement to go up by as much as 14 points midway through the third period and looked headed to a smooth win. Cabangon however came alive in the fourth quarter as he strung up eight points in the last two and a half minutes. He nearly sent the game into overtime as he got his third steal in the last minute with still three seconds to go. He fumbled the ball however and time ran out on STI.

    Lyceum got quite a break when the table officials failed to sound the buzzer on an expired shotclock with time down to around two minutes. STI coach Vic Icasiano was livid as was the rest of his coaching staff. Lyceum put in a shot when the clock had clearly run out and the referee counted the shot. It was then 84-80 and STI was mounting that furious rally behind Cabangon.
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  5. #25

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    Manong Joe, slip of the trigger finger ata. I think you wanted to say "Lyceum displayed awesome shooting and crisp ball movement to go up as much as 14 points midway to through the third period..."

  6. #26

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    Manong Joe and Manong Bchoter, anu ba scouting report natin sa Lyceum?

  7. #27

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    Mula po kay Sir Joe, paste ko na lang dito ...

    BEAUTY OVER MUSCLE

    Ever Bilena-UST gave themselves enough of a cushion to survive a furious rally in the payoff fourth period to beat Muscle Tape-Lyceum 66-62 at the new Ynares Sports Center last night.

    In a game where the Amazons never led, the Gandang Pinay were up by as much as 22 big points midway through the pivotal third period.

    Marichu Bacaro, the reigning UAAP most valuable player, ran the Gandang Pinay offense with aplomb and was a first class pest on the defensive end. The 5-foot-2 pointguard played the passing angles excellently and disrupted a lot of outlet passes and entry passes to negate the advantage of the Amazons in the post. She got Ever Bilena off to a hot start at 14-4 in the opening period and the Gandang Pinay never looked back.

    Recruit Aiyumi Ono, reportedly a Filipina-Japanese now undertaking residency at Santo Tomas, was a revelation with her ability to handle the ball, distribute, rebound and slash. Ono, a 5-foot-4 swingman, was nearly unstoppable on the high pick and roll and on the drive and draw, finding post players Anne Gregorio and Paula Bombeo with ease along the baseline.

    April Lualhati, the brawny national team forward of Lyceum, insisted on handling the ball during the critical stages of a Lyceum rally and subsequently wound up with 11 turnovers. Most of those came when she rushed passes and tried to drive in against the Ever Bilena match-up zone instead of giving up the ball to her guards.

    With nothing working for the Amazons, the Gandang Pinay poured it on behind Bacaro, Ono, forward Ramia Buenacosa and swingmen Nikki Leonardo and Elaine Orillana. With Gregorio and Bombeo controlling the boards, Leonardo and Orillana helping with the ball distribution and movement, Bacaro, Buenacosa and Ono had a field day on the firing end. It got so bad that Arlene Gesalan, the tough girl guard of Lyceum, was already roughhousing Bacaro and got warned by the referees. Bacaro however kept her cool and continued to keep the Gandang Pinay in the lead by being a one-woman press break.

    Pointguard France Cabinbin, the hero of Lyceum's recent WNCAA title romp, and former Lady Pirates star forward Liegel Ortencio instigated a searing fourth period rally that brought Muscle Tape within 65-61. Lualhati muffed a three-point try at this juncture but was blunted. Lualhati was incredulous that no foul was called when she hit the floor on that attempt. Ortencio then split a pair of charities and Ever Bilena was able to use up the clock all the way to the final buzzer with serendipitous offensive rebounding in the last 30 seconds.

    Bacaro led all scorers with 21 points while Ono had 18 markers to go with 10 rebounds.

    Cabinbin and Ortencio had 14 points each for Muscle Tape; Ortencio had a near double-double pulling down nine rebounds. Lualhati had 12 markers and nine boards herself.

    This marked the second straight game that Muscle Tape allowed itself to get down big in the third period and come up short in the end-game. Ironically they dropped an identical 66-62 decision to Smart-UP over the weekend in their own home court.

    Machiko Matsuno, the beautiful Filipina-Japanese center, made a return to her Lyceum home but was clearly not in game shape - she was short on all four of her freethrow attempts and looked easily winded.
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  8. #28

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    April Lualhati seems to have too much leeway in playing as she pleases. She may be a talented player but she has to accept her limitations: for all her talent and skill she is nowhere near as good a handler and passer as her guards Arlene Gesalan and France Cabinbin. She should attack like a forward but be patient enough and trust her guards to get her the ball. She should not force the action and do too much. In this loss against Ever Bilena she tried to outplay Marichu Bacaro as a guard. The problem - Bacaro is a guard, arguably the best in the country now, and Lualhati is a forward.
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  9. #29

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    There is a confusion brought about by the Solar Sports print ad in the papers today. PCCL maintains that the Ateneo vs. Lyceum game will be at 2 pm and SBC vs. USJR game will be at 4 pm.

    Pls be guided accordingly.

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  10. #30

    Re: LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES UNIVERSITY ^PIRATES^

    Quote Originally Posted by jhe03
    mukang mdme may ayaw sa lyceum ah...pro di pa rin cla magdedecsyon niyan...hehehe
    i hope this will not hurt.... from a reliable source... AU , AUF and EAC are slugging it off for ranking (whos gonna be 1-3) for the ncaa 2009 and 2010 season... isa sa 2009 and two the following year..

    lyceum got minus points with its adoption of don bosco makati as their highschool teams....dapat daw binili ng lyceum and don bosco which is impossible...

    the mancom members dislikes the athletic director of lyceum MR TANNY GONZALEZ due to reasons that i think is very sensitive.... he used to be asst. commissioner of the ncaa under coach chito narvaza... as what the mancom says "kung wala si tanny dyan sa lyceum baka may pag asa pa..."

    lastly, the marketing side of the school business... lyceum is between mapua and letran... so its just sop to protect the interest of each school in terms of potential student market....

    i think AUF has the edge due to a big influence from above..... CHED Chairman Manny Angeles owner of AUF...


 
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