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  1. #501

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

    Quote Originally Posted by red_engr1987

    I take it Don Trollano's only sin is that he wasn't a Jerry Codinera recruit. But I see Codinera doesn't mind having Ken Acibar and Roi Sumang, two guys he didn't bring in either.
    its not Coach Jerry making all the decisions in terms of players recruitment and players retention, somebody behind him (the mastermind) calling the shot. We already lost Henri Betayene to NU and Don Trollano to AdU until now we are terribly shocked with UE team management decision why they have to let go those 2 players
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    Ivan Hernandez, Ritz Cagalawan and Kinsman Frando yan pa un mga nasa atin na nawala pa...and si sumang isa pang muntik mawala yun..tama si Trollano nasa Marcelino sakto sya dun with the departures of colina next season sana lang hindi tayo pahirapan ng mga to pagnakatagpo ang team natin.
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    Kinsman Frando the player from Zamboanga recruited by Coach Lawrence was taken by NU after he was ask by UE Coach Jerry to leave the UE RW Quarters. It was Coach Lawrence who bring them both Henri Betayene & Kinsman Frando to NU. NU took them with open arms so Goodbye to UE RW and hello to NU Bulldogs.

    Sayang din si Don Trollano after serving his residency and ready to play for UAAP eh natanggal pa sa team.

    Ivan Hernandez i believe he is injured (hope its not serious) sayang din yung height and heft nya i am sure he can help UE RW in the 4 & 5 position. Tinanggal din sa team don't know kung ano ang reason? academic ba, performance, or attitude problem o baka di lang kursunuda ni Coach Jerry just like the case of Kit Rosopa
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    isnt kit rosopa overaged already?

  2. #502

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

    parang borboran case si rosopa will turn 25 this august so pasok pa sya...24 pa lang sya pagdating ng opening

  3. #503

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

    via www.inboundpass.com

    Tamaraws gore UE, stay unbeaten

    by inboundpass
    Saturday, 7 May 2011

    THE backcourt tandem of RR Garcia and Jens Knuttel bailed their Far Eastern University teammates out against the short-handed University of the East Red Warriors, winning 80-77 in the 2011 FilOil Flying V Pre-Season Premier Cup, last May 7, 2011 in the FilOil Flying V Arena in San Juan City.

    Already playing this season without their star Paul Lee, who opted to forgo his last year of eligibility, UE lined up opposite FEU minus Ken Acibar, who was dealing with back pains, and rookie Chris Javier, who was in Singapore.

    Still, the Tamaraws found themselves going down the wire and had to turn to the steady free throw shooting of their guards to preserve their lead. After beginning the fourth quarter with a fastbreak basket by Knuttel, which pushed the FEU lead up to 10, 65-55, the Warriors unleashed a furious run that cut the deficit to a single point, 69-68, behind baskets by JM Noble and Jay-ar Sumido.

    A corner triple by JR Cawaling pushed the advantage back up to two possessions, 72-68, but Erwin Duran got to the line off a foul by Pipo Noundou and nailed two charities to cut the UE deficit to two. Garcia responded with a triple of his own to hike the tally to 75-70, forcing UE to call time and set up a play with 1:29 left, and again with 57.6 seconds left, after both sides missed shots.

    Off the second timeout, Paul Zamar flubbed a floater only for UE to get lucky as an overeager Mark Bringas tapped the ball in to UE’s basket. On the next possession, Terrence Romeo drove baseline and stepped outside, allowing Adrian Santos to put back another Zamar miss on the other end to get UE to within a point, 75-74, with 22 seconds left.

    Garcia calmly knocked down two charities as UE found itself in a must-foul situation. The Red Warriors burned their last time out, but to no avail, as Zamar was stripped by Knuttel on a drive. The fifth-year, ex-FEU-FERN Baby Tamaraw made both charities after the intentional foul that seemingly put the game out of reach at 79-74. But UE was not done yet, as Sumido’s prayer of a shot found nothing but net to threaten at 79-77.

    With no other way out, UE fouled Knuttel again. And after he made both free throws, 80-77, 2.1 seconds was not enough for UE to cross the court and attempt another shot.

    Despite his error, Bringas did a good job as the starting center for the Tams, notching 17 points and pulling down nine boards. Cawaling and Garcia had 14 points each, and a combined nine assists, while Noundou and Ping Exciminiano scored eight apiece. Aldrech Ramos was still out with his sprained ankle.

    After the win, FEU coach Bert Flores bemoaned his squad’s overconfidence, saying in Filipino, “We just had to match their [UE's] intensity, but they didn’t want to.”

    “We only played good defense in the third and fourth quarter. In the first and second, it was all offense only.”

    Meanwhile, highly-touted former Letran Squire Roi Sumang made his tournament debut for UE. But the rookie was clearly still recovering from his knee surgery, missing all eight attempts from the field, though he managed to dish out six assists.

    “He’s probably only about 30 percent,” said UE head coach Jerry Codiñera, “But he really wanted to play.”

    Sumido scored 20 points in 16 minutes off the bench. Duran added 13, and Noble flashed a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds.

    “I told my players, ‘be ready, I’m going to use you,’ and they responded,” Codiñera added.

    Sumido had earlier hit another implausible triple at the end of the first quarter, allowing UE to take a two-point lead into the second period, 24-22. A 27-16 second quarter, though, gave FEU the lead, which they didn’t relinquish from that point on.

    FEU managed to maintain its status as the only undefeated team in Group B with a 5-0 record. UE on the other hand, lost their third straight, falling to 1-3. W5

    The scores:

    FEU 80 – M. Bringas 17, Cawaling 14, Garcia 14, Noundou 8, Exciminiano 8, Knuttel 7, Romeo 6, Escoto 4, Tolomia 2, Cruz 0, Sentcheu 0, Mendoza 0

    UE 77 – Sumido 20, Duran 13, Noble 12, Zamar 9, Flores 7, Tagarda 5, Casajeros 5, Enguio 2, Santos 2, Calo 2, Sumang 0, Razon 0, Montalvo 0, Zosa 0, Montelibano 0

    Quarter scoring: 22-24, 49-40, 63-55, 80-77

  4. #504

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

    JR Sumido just plain went nuts in the fourth quarter yesterday and nearly upended FEU all by himself in the Fil Oil over the weekend. Kudos to Erwin Duran, John Noble and Roi Sumang as well. Sumang however clearly is not yet back 100% from his knee injury, sustained about a month and a half ago. I can't wait to see Sumang back to 100% so everyone will see what all the fuss is about with this guy. As for UE, considering the size they had to overcome versus FEU, that was a heck of a gutsy stand. They could've just folded but they didn't.
    FRIENDS LANG KAMI

  5. #505

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

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    Endgame resolve lifts UE past winless CSB
    by inboundpass
    Saturday, 14 May 2011 Views / 1 Comment

    WITH the star players of both squads failing to get on the court, the University of the East Red Warriors showcased their superior depth on the way to a 74-66 victory over the College of St. Benilde Blazers in the 2011 FilOil Flying V Pre-Season Premier Cup last May 14 at the FilOil Flying V Arena in San Juan.

    UE’s Ken Acibar was dressed, but never got playing time due to back pains, while Carlo Lastimosa was not available for the Blazers.

    After being down for most of the encounter, the Warriors rallied to hold the Blazers to just nine points in the fourth quarter while pouring in 21 in a game that UE head coach Jerry Codiñera described as “hard-fought.”

    The Red Warrior reserves got off to a scorching 16-5 fourth quarter start, with contributions from five different red shirts, including five markers from rookie point guard Roi Sumang, that put them up 69-62.

    Down 70-64 after a Tim McCoy tip-in off a Luis Sinco miss and a split at the line by Lord Casajeros, CSB called for time with 1:38 left, only to have Sumang break up coach Richard del Rosario’s play with a timely steal and easy lay-in, a basket that doomed the NCAA squad to its fifth straight defeat.

    Adrian Santos came off the bench to score 20 points in 20 minutes, and pulled down six rebounds. Cebuano rookie BJ Zosa added eight, including two triples, and Sumang flashed glimpses of his pre-injury form, chipping in with seven points, five rebounds and four assists. “We’re still trying to limit his [Sumang's] minutes though,” said Codiñera, who fielded in Sumang for 18 minutes, mostly in the fourth quarter.

    CSB built a 51-44 lead in the third quarter behind a 9-2 blast that had Sinco scoring all seven of his points. A triple by Anton Altamirano and a charity by Mark Romero kept the lead at seven again later in that period, 57-50, but a steal by Santos that led to Zosa nailing a buzzer-beating triple killed any momentum the Blazers had going into the fourth.

    Jonathan Grey poured in 19 points, while Jan Tan added 16 and nine rebounds.

    All in all, the CSB bench contributed just 14 points the entire game, a stark contrast to UE’s second-stringers, who scored 49 while picking up the slack for the starting quintet. “The starters were erratic, as usual,” said Codiñera. “It was really the bench players who gave us a lift.”

    UE pulled down 53 rebounds to CSB’s 44, thanks in part to the 14 boards of JM Noble. The Red Warriors also had eight more assists, 19 to 11.

    The win was the Warriors’ second in Group B play, giving them a 2-3 record, while CSB remained winless at 0-5. W5

    The scores:

    UE 74 – Santos 20, Zosa 8, Sumang 7, Zamar 7, Duran 6, Casajeros 5, Sumido 5, Razon 5, Noble 4, Enguio 4, Flores 2, Javier 1, Montelibano 0, Montalvo 0

    CSB 66 – Grey 19, Tan 16, Sinco 7, McCoy 7, Romero 6, Altamirano 5, de la Paz 4, Garcia 2, Taha 0, Fikowski 0, Maconocido 0

    Quarter scoring: 16-16, 32-33, 53-57, 74-66
    Keep The Faith
    [size=10pt]GO REDS FIGHT![/size]

  6. #506

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

    Quote Originally Posted by gabriel
    link:
    http://www.inboundpass.com/2011/05/1...t-winless-csb/

    Endgame resolve lifts UE past winless CSB
    by inboundpass
    Saturday, 14 May 2011 Views / 1 Comment

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    Adrian Santos came off the bench to score 20 points in 20 minutes, and pulled down six rebounds. Cebuano rookie BJ Zosa added eight, including two triples, and Sumang flashed glimpses of his pre-injury form, chipping in with seven points, five rebounds and four assists. “We’re still trying to limit his [Sumang's] minutes though,” said Codiñera, who fielded in Sumang for 18 minutes, mostly in the fourth quarter.

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    Benjamin James "BJ" Zosa is not a Cebuano. He is from Davao.

  7. #507

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

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    Red Warriors rally past foul-plagued Letran
    by inboundpass
    Wednesday, 18 May 2011

    DOWN big, the University of the East Red Warriors forced the Colegio de San Juan de Letran Knights to become a one-man team. The result was a nail-biter of an 83-78 overtime win in the 2011 FilOil Flying V Pre-Season Premier Cup last May 18 at the FilOil Flying V Arena in San Juan.

    With a large number of his supporting cast in foul trouble or having fouled out, Kevin Alas was forced into 38 shot attempts, some of which included step-back threes in crunch time. Letran scored just 12 points in the overtime and fourth quarter combined compared to the 29 tallied by UE.

    Up by four at the beginning of the second half, the mercurial Alas actually played a big role in expanding the Knights’ lead, pouring in 11 of his squad’s last 18 points third quarter points. By contrast, UE only managed 12 in that same timeframe, allowing Letran to enter the fourth quarter up 66 to 54.

    Letran’s woes actually began in the fourth as the Warriors began the period with a flurry of points, 11 unanswered, to cut the deficit to a single point, 66-65 with 7:42 left to play. Compounding the Muralla unit’s woes was the frustrating game from its big man, Jam Cortes, who fouled out after trying to guard a JM Noble drive. A put-back of an Alas triple by Kevin Racal, and a 3-of-4 free throw line stretch by Jonathan Belorio gave the Knights some breathing room though, 71-65.

    UE responded with eight straight while snagging the fourth fouls of Jun-Jun Alas and Belorio in the process, and went up by two, 73-71. With 1:37 left to play, Kevin Alas missed a floater, but got back his own miss and tied the game at 73-all. The Red Warriors countered with an alley-oop play from Noble to Biboy Enguio that put them up two. But once again, Kevin Alas answered back with a floater from the baseline.

    Letran got a big break when rookie guard BJ Zosa threw the ball away on the succeeding possession. But Alas missed a shot at the rim. Break number two came when Noble lost the ball on the baseline, giving the Knights 3.1 seconds to win the game. Alas drove across the court and double-clutched a shot from just under the three-point line but missed, necessitating an extra five minutes of play.

    With 2:04 left to play, and Letran up 78-76, Paul Zamar drew Franz Dysam’s last foul, denying Letran the services of its floor general, and knotted up the score at 78 each from the foul line. Lacking two of its starters, Letran couldn’t manage a single point after that, while Adrian Santos scored UE’s last five markers to clinch the win.

    The victory evened UE’s card at 3-3, while Letran fell to 2-5 in Group B

    Noble top-scored for the Warriors, contributing 15 points and seven boards. Zosa, the 16-year-old recruit from Cebu Eastern College, poured in 12, while Santos finished with eight points – six in the overtime period – and nine rebounds.

    “I told them before the game, ‘sana wag lang tambakan,’” remarked UE head coach Jerry Codiñera, who actually played under Letran coach Louie Alas when he was in charge of the Mobiline team in the PBA.

    “The challenge is for them to understand the game better. I don’t want to complicate the game,” he said, later adding that “they’re starting to believe a little [in themselves], na kaya nila to’ [without Paul Lee].”

    A disappointed Louie Alas, meanwhile, said his team “needs to play defense for 40 minutes, not 20. The offense will follow if we play good defense.”

    This was also the first game for UE without Ken Acibar on the bench. The 2010 Mythical Five selection had been demoted to team B due to disciplinary reasons.

    Letran dominated the smaller UE line-up, pulling down 33 offensive rebounds to just the 12 of UE. But the Knights could only convert those second chances into 12 points, and all their misses dropped their field goal percentage to a measly 30 percent or 29-of-97. UE attempted just 54 shots, but made 23 of them, good for 43 percent.

    All in all, Letran committed a whopping 39 fouls, giving UE 53 looks at the line, of which they hit 33. In comparison, the Knights were 15 of 18 from the stripe. W5

    The scores:

    UE 83 – Noble 15, Zosa 12, Zamar 11, Sumido 10, Santos 8, Javier 7, Sumang 7, Enguio 6, Montalvo 5, Tagarda 2, Duran 0, Razon 0, Flores 0

    Letran 78 – K. Alas 27, Belorio 11, Dysam 9, Racal 9, Espiritu 7, Almazan 5, J. Alas 2, Lituania 0, Pantin 0, Gabawan 0, Mendoza 0, Cudal 0, Gabriel 0

    Quarter scoring: 18-22, 37-41, 54-66, 75-75, 83-78

  8. #508

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

    Quote Originally Posted by ghost09
    link
    http://www.inboundpass.com/2011/05/1...lagued-letran/

    Red Warriors rally past foul-plagued Letran
    by inboundpass
    Wednesday, 18 May 2011

    This was also the first game for UE without Ken Acibar on the bench. The 2010 Mythical Five selection had been demoted to team B due to disciplinary reasons.
    tama lang na ibigay sa iba yung slot niya.
    Keep The Faith
    [size=10pt]GO REDS FIGHT![/size]

  9. #509

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

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    http://www.inboundpass.com/2011/05/2...erfinal-berth/

    UP edges UE to book quarterfinal berth
    by inboundpass
    Saturday, 21 May 2011 Views / Be the first one to comment

    UNIVERSITY of the Philippines center Alinko Mbah hit a highly improbable shot with his back to basket and 1.7 seconds remaining to give the Fighting Maroons a 78-76 win over the Red Warriors and a ticket to the last eight in the 2011 FilOil Flying V Pre-Season Premier Cup last May 21 at the FIlOil Flying V Arena in San Juan.

    UP head coach Ricky Dandan quipped after the game, “We’ll take that. Better lucky than good.”

    The win came on the heels of a successful stint in the CESAFI Partners Cup semifinals, where the State U swept four different teams. Unfortunately, the trip left some lingering effects on the Maroons as players like Mike Silungan and Mbah were not 100 percent due to illness. Combo guard Jett Manuel missed the game entirely, sitting in civilian wear behind the UP bench.

    Still, Silungan managed to top score for the Maroons, pouring in 17 on 50 percent shooting and playing just 25 minutes. Jelo Montecastro added 11 in a starting role, and Carlo Gomez chipped in with 10.

    The Fighting Maroons took a 70-66 lead with four minutes to play off a layup by Julius Wong. But the Red Warriors countered with a drive by Biboy Enguio, and then forced UP into an over and back violation. On the subsequent UE possession, Wong got whistled for his second technical foul and was ejected, giving the Red Warriors two foul shots and possession. They couldn’t capitalize on the opportunity, though, as Enguio halved the charities before teammate Lucas Tagarda was whistled for an offensive foul. That sequence saw UE trail by only one, 70-69.

    After back-to-back turnovers by both teams, Mike Silungan hit a triple with Enguio all over his face. Another pair of turnovers later and Miggy Maniego was able to nail a floater, pushing the UP lead to six, 75-69.
    With less than a minute left on the clock, Tagarda nailed two charities, which Montecastro countered with a split at the line to hike the State U edge to four, 76-72. UE then got a big break with Lord Casajeros scoring in transition, Mike Gamboa missing a triple, and Jay-ar Sumido nailing a huge triple from the right wing with 9.2 seconds left on the clock. That knotted things up.

    Out of a UP timeout, Gamboa found Mbah, who hit what proved to be the game-winner despite being swarmed by the smaller UE defenders. UE burned its last timeout with just 1.7 seconds left, but playmaker Roi Sumang missed at the buzzer.

    Former San Beda Red Cub and rookie Chris Javier topscored for the Red Warriors with 12 points while pulling down seven boards, including UP’s last two misses. Enguio added 11 and five boards, while the guards corps of Tagarda, Sumang and Paul Zamar scored eight apiece for the Red Warriors.

    “We’re more encouraged…but we have to remember this is not the UAAP, even though we beat a UAAP team,” cautioned Dandan, after having his squad’s 4-2 record in Group B pointed out to him.

    UE meanwhile, slumped to 3-4. It still has a shot at making the quarterfinals but will have to defeat the Mapúa Institute of Technology this Wednesday to muddle up the Group B picture. The Red Warriors got just two second chance points, while allowing UP to tally 13 due to the height disparity of the teams. W5

    The scores:

    UP 78 – Silungan 17, Montecastro 11, Gomez 10, Gamboa 6, Maniego 6, Mbah 6, Wong 5, Romero 4, Juruena 4, Weirzba 3, Gingerich 2, Ball 2, Fortu 2

    UE 76 – Javier 12, Enguio 11, Sumang 8, Tagarda 8, Zamar 8, Casajeros 6, Sumido 6, Santos 5, Montalvo 4, Noble 2, Duran 2, Flores 2, Montelibano 2, Zosa 0, Pujante 0, Razon 0

    Quarter scoring: 12-17, 38-38, 56-54, 78-76
    Keep The Faith
    [size=10pt]GO REDS FIGHT![/size]

  10. #510

    Re: Red Warriors in the Off-Season

    UE - UP (Filoil)



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    [size=10pt]GO REDS FIGHT![/size]


 
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