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  1. #11

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    PCU should be banish from the NCAA. Maswerte sila at suspension lang inabot nila.

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  2. #12

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    amp mg balita dito? may decision na ba ang MANCOM?

  3. #13

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    No verdict yet on PCU case
    March 29, 2008 07:25 PM Saturday
    By: Gerry Ramos*
    www.journal.com.ph

    THE status of Philippine Christian U in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) remains uncertain with two months to go before the league’s 84th season formally comes off the wraps at the Araneta Coliseum.
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    Jose Rizal U president Vincent K. Fabella admitted that the NCAA Board has yet to come up with a decision whether the Taft-based school will still be serving another suspension and again, skipped altogether the 2008-09 season that starts on June 28.
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    A new players’ eligibility violation was reportedly found out by the Board involving two more PCU junior cagers, just as the school was still serving the one-year suspension meted on it by the league following a similar oversight it committed two seasons ago.
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    Fabella, outgoing head of the NCAA Board, said the case is too sensitive to scrutinize and therefore, should be treated with utmost care. Nonetheless, the group hopes to have a decision by April 18 when another round of meeting will be held.
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    “We’ll meet again to decide on the PCU case in another meeting on April 18. There is still something that we have to validate and some members wanted to make sure about it,” admitted Fabella during the league’s formal turnover rites to this year’s next host Mapua at the Casino Espanol Friday afternoon.
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    “All are still under evaluation because everything has to be fair.”
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    Dr. Reynaldo Vea of Mapua accepted the hosting chores from Fabella and admitted surpassing what JRU did in season 83 would be very difficult to top.
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    “As this year’s host, we’re truly looking forward to a more exciting 84th season,” said Vea, whose school is one of the oldest NCAA members.
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    Starting this season, teams are allowed to enlist a maximum of two foreign student players to be fielded only one at a time.
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    Defending two-time basketball men’s champion San Beda is among those to be affected by the new rule as another foreign student – Kevin Udo – is expected to join the Red Lions this season and join fellow Nigerian Sam Ekwe in an expected explosive and intimidating frontcourt partnership.
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    “The board approved the new rules that allowed only one foreigner to play one-at-a-time in the game in a meeting last November,” said JRU athletic director Paul Supan, also chair of the NCAA Management Committee (MANCOM).

  4. #14

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    Dolphins’ fate still hangs
    www.manilastandardtoday.com

    PHILIPPINE Christian University is still a member-school of the National Collegiate Athletic Association.

    But, the school’s official status is still uncertain, and the league’s policy board will still have to come up with a final decision of PCU’s fate in the coming 84th season.

    Outgoing policy board chairman Vincent Fabella of Jose Rizal University said this yesterday after the officials of the league turned over the hosting rights of the coming schoolyear to Mapua Institute of Technology.

    “Our information on them is still incomplete. But, PCU is still a member of the NCAA,” said Fabella after he handed the league’s hosting flag to incoming policy board head Dr. Reynaldo Vea, who is Mapua’s chief executive and president.

    Fabella, who is the university president of JRU, said the policy board will have a final deliberation on PCU’s fate on April 15.

    University president Dr. Oscar Suarez of PCU already had a round of talks with NCAA policy board chairman, according to Fabella, who said they are taking a cautious stance before announcing their status in the coming season, which starts on June 28.

    Last year, PCU was suspended from playing in all events after four players from the school’s junior basketball team were found to have used falsified documents, and switched their identities with somebody else.

    If PCU is sanctioned again this year, the school may be able return to the league in 2009. The NCAA policy board ruled on a suspension following a two-month internal probe from within the board and from within the school. Peter Atencio

  5. #15

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    NCAA extends PCU suspension, drops team in probationary list
    www.tribune.net.ph
    03/29/2008

    The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) slapped Philippine Christian University (PCU) with another one-year suspension yesterday, extending the Dolphins’ non-appearance in league competitions for two consecutive years.

    A highly-placed league source yesterday revealed the NCAA policy board has already come up with a final decision banning the Dolphins for another year, relegating them to a three-year probationary status and directly stripping them of voting powers and some benefits being enjoyed by a regular member.

    The decision, however, will be formally announced when the policy board headed by its new president, Mapua Institute of Technology’s Dr. Reynaldo Vea, convenes on April 18.

    The source, a member of the NCAA management committee, also divulged PCU has committed several “grave offenses” which were not covered by their suspension last year. And the most disturbing among those offenses is the ineligibility of a senior basketball star who played a vital role in the 2006 NCAA finals against San Beda College.

    Aside from the senior stalwart, the league also found three other junior standouts guilty of committing the same offense. But the source refused to reveal their identities and spill further details, claiming that it would be better if the formal announcement would come from the policy board.

    The source also said although the PCU president is making an appeal and negotiating to be allowed to play even just in men’s basketball next season, it is very unlikely for the league to reverse its earlier decision. Actually, the schedule sans the Dolphins is being readied at this point.

    Former NCAA policy board president Vincent Fabella of Jose Rizal University did confirm the claim, but hinted that “we are just protecting the interest of the league and its members.”

    Fabella, who transferred next season’s hosting to Vea in a simple turnover ceremony yesterday at the Casino Espanola, said they are keeping all major decisions within the board, like the probable extension of the PCU suspension.

  6. #16

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    Quote Originally Posted by amdgc82
    The source, a member of the NCAA management committee, also divulged PCU has committed several “grave offenses” which were not covered by their suspension last year. And the most disturbing among those offenses is the ineligibility of a senior basketball star who played a vital role in the 2006 NCAA finals against San Beda College.

    hmm... sino kaya tong senior basketbal star ng pcu na nakalaban natin? ???
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  7. #17

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    Sino pa e di si Gabby Espinas.

  8. #18

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    PCU’s NCAA fate known next month


    By Marc Anthony Reyes
    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    First Posted 04:25:00 03/29/2008


    MANILA, Philippines—The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) policy board Friday deferred its decision on the fate of beleaguered Philippine Christian University (PCU) but declared it has reached a consensus to reformat rules regarding the use of foreign players like Nigerian mainstay Sam Ekwe of San Beda College.

    Outgoing NCAA president Vincent Fabella of Jose Rizal University said the board would meet on April 18 to come up with a decision whether to extend PCU’s one-year suspension or readmit the team for the 84th season.

    “There is still something we have to validate and some members wanted to make sure about it,” said Fabella. “There’s this lengthy evaluation because everything has to be fair.”

    PCU was found to have committed irregularity in hiring players in their junior basketball team during the 2006 season. Evidences collated late last year also showed that the Dolphins may have also been guilty of the same offense but with different players involved.

    Meanwhile, the league’s management committee headed by Jose Rizal University’s Paul Supan said that, starting this season, the league will limit each team to just two foreign players with only one of them allowed to play at a time.
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  9. #19

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    Quote Originally Posted by reforms
    Quote Originally Posted by amdgc82
    The source, a member of the NCAA management committee, also divulged PCU has committed several “grave offenses” which were not covered by their suspension last year. And the most disturbing among those offenses is the ineligibility of a senior basketball star who played a vital role in the 2006 NCAA finals against San Beda College.

    hmm... sino kaya tong senior basketbal star ng pcu na nakalaban natin?* ???
    The wording is confusing. Na-isip ko tuloy ineligible si Alex. ;D
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  10. #20

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    Quote Originally Posted by LION

    Sino pa e di si Gabby Espinas.
    yup!
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