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  1. #31

    Re: MIT Recruits

    ^ But Jessy played three years for Sta Monica already.
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  2. #32

    Re: MIT Recruits

    2011 Fr Martin Cup Open opening weekend schedules already posted in the new Fr Martin Cup Open thread, please visit the Fr Martin Cup Forum for details

  3. #33
    sino sino yung recruit natin ngaun?

  4. #34
    From Peter Atencio of the Fr Martin Cup media center ___

    Beda Whips Letran

    Games Dec. 15
    (at the Arellano University-Legarda gym)

    9 a.m. UP vs Letran
    10:30 a.m. Adamson vs Informatics
    12 nn Mapua vs EAC

    The defending champion San Beda Red Lions held off the Letran Knights, 69-55, last Sunday in the 9th Fr. Martin Cup Collegiate Open basketball tournament at the Arellano University-Legarda gymnasium in Sampaloc, Manila.

    Ryusei Koga and Arthur de la Cruz delivered the big baskets for the Red Lions, who bounced back from a 64-56 beating they got from the University of Perpetual Help Altas the other week.

    Koga shot 15 points while de la Cruz provided 13 for the Red Lion, who picked up their first win in two games in Group A.

    The Knights, bannered by Mark Cruz with 12 points, remained in the lead with their 2-1 win-loss card.

    In other games, the University of the Philippines Maroons prevailed over the Lyceum Philippines University Pirates, 72-69, while the College of St. Benilde-A Blazers won over the Mapua Cardinals, 71-69.

    Jason Ligad showed the way for the UP Maroons with 18 points while Joseph Marata hit 15.

    Jonathan Grey fired 14 points for the Blazers.
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  5. #35
    Games at Arellano for March 8 ___

    Quarterfinals

    9:00 AM JRU B versus UST
    10:30 AM Mapua versus Lyceum A
    12:00 NN Ateneo versus St Benilde
    1:30 PM San Beda versus Perpetual Help A

    One-game Knockout only, winners advance into the semis the following day March 9.
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  6. #36
    Mapua apparently won the Rennel Magboo sweepstakes, with the 6'4" standout out of the University of Batangas High School helping the Mapua B Cardinals win the Fr Martin Cup Division 2 championship against Enderun a couple of weeks back.
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  7. #37
    ^ Magboo went down with an ACL last month. He went under the knife a couple of weeks after he suffered the injury.

  8. #38
    CEBU CITY – University of Cebu suddenly found itself without its best player after guard Darrell Shane Menina bolted the Webmasters camp in favor of the NCAA's Mapua Cardinals.

    The development is a major blow for the Webmasters, who, just a few weeks ago, were in a bright mood after hanging tough against Malaysia, Mapua and the University of San Carlos Warriors in the Cebu City Mayor’s Cup.

    Menina was the star of the team's campaign with performances that saw him break out for 37 against the Malaysians and 28 against the Warriors, the Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation Inc. (Cesafi) runners-up last season.

    These performances caught the eye of Mapua head coach Fortunato 'Atoy' Co, who wasted no time recruiting the cat-quick guard.

    In a talk with Spin.ph, Menina divulged that the Cardinals’ pitch was just too good to pass up on.

    “It’s a good opportunity. It’s what led me to make the decision as it benefits me and my family,” said Menina in his native tongue.

    Menina added that it has always been his dream to play in Manila.

    “I think I speak for all basketball players, who dream of playing in Manila for exposure and for their ambitions to come true.”

    Still, the decision to leave the Webmasters was not an easy one, said the youngster especially with the Cesafi a few months away.

    “I am sad because UC was my high school alma mater. I wouldn't reach this far as a player if it wasn't for UC. I am thankful to Atty. (Baldomero) Estenzo and the UC coaching staff. I owe them a debt of gratitude,” Menina shared.

    According to UC’s associate head coach Joever Samonte, Menina was not the only player who was recruited by Mapua. Five players were offered spots in the Cardinals squad but only Menina and big man Marc Obado accepted the offer.

    Estenzo, the team’s manager and acting head coach, did not hide his disappointment nor did he mince words over Menina’s defection.

    “I have mixed feelings. I’m terribly disappointed that they did not have the courtesy of asking permission or just even informing UC or Atty. (Augusto) Go of their plan to transfer. But I’m happy because I will not have players in the team whose loyalty is questionable,” said the longtime UC official, who helped nurture the careers of current PBA MVP June Mar Fajardo and Blackwater guard Brian Heruela.

    With Menina gone, the offensive burden will now lie squarely on the shoulders of sophomore guard Justine Dacalos. But Estenzo is hoping that others can pick up the slack and reiterated that he carried no ill will towards Menina.

    “Finally, I’m hopeful that the other players will step up and prove themselves worthy of carrying UC in all the games they will be playing. So, no love lost between us. Good luck to them.”

    Read more at http://www.spin.ph/basketball/ncaa/n...iGHe4tojvw5.99

  9. #39
    Atoy Co defends Mapua recruitment tactics after UC cries foul over Menina 'poaching'

    From: Jonas Panerio
    June 8, 2015

    CEBU CITY – The transfer of marquee player Darrell Shane Menina from University of Cebu to Mapua has sparked a scathing word war between two of the leading colleges in the country.

    Webmasters team manager and acting coach Atty. Baldomero ‘Merong’ Estenzo questioned Mapua’s recruitment tactics after its coaches talked directly with Menina and other targets during the Cardinals' recent stint in the Cebu City Mayor’s Cup without informing UC officials.

    ... Contacted for comment by Spin.ph, Co said he did nothing wrong as far as offering Medina a chance to play for the Cardinals in the NCAA, stressing he was merely doing his job.

    “I did nothing wrong. As a coach, it is my job to look for the best talent available to add to my team. And in (Shane) Menina, nakita ko na he’s one of the best, if not the best here in Cebu. So I talked to him and his parents after our game and they agreed to join my team,” said the Crispa legend.

    Read more at http://www.spin.ph/basketball/news/d...7AFZlj0TWJx.99


 
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