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    PCCL News and Updates

    Golden Tigers, Wildcats join PCCL zonal meets

    University of Luzon and University of Mindanao have advanced to the Zonal championships of the SMART-PLDT-KFC Philippine Collegiate Championship League.

    The Pangasinan-based UL Golden Tigers made mincemeat of Lyceum of the Philippines-Subic Bay, 109-84, at the Divine World Academy gym in Dagupan City.

    The Tigers will join Zone 1 qualifiers Baguio champion St. Louis University, NCAA-South runner-up Lyceum-Batangas, NCAA fourth placer Mapua and Fr. Martin Cup titlist Arellano University.

    In Davao City, the UM Wildcats clobbered Ramon Magsaysay Memorial College (GenSan), 90-64, and Jose Maria College of Davao, 74-58, to capture the Region 8 championship at Gaisano Gym.

    The Wilcats complete the Zone 4 championship qualifiers that include Xavier University Crusaders (Region 7 champion); Ateneo de Zamboanga Blue Eagles (Region 9 champion); FEU Tamaraws (UAAP third placer); University of San Carlos Warriors (CESAFI third placer) and Cagayan de Oro Scorpions, a wild card qualifier.

    There are four zonal championships with six teams in each zone competing.

    The top two teams from each zone will join the elite group in the FilOil Flying V “Sweet 16”– Final Challenge.

    Automatic qualifiers in this elite circle are Ateneo Blue Eagles, San Beda Red Lions, De La Salle Green Archers, Jose Rizal Heavy Bombers, University of Visayas Green Lancers, San Sebastian College-Recoletos Cavite Baycats, Manuel L. Quezon Univesity Stallions and the Universal College of Nursing Golden Dragons.

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    Re: PCCL News and Updates

    Question: Does participating teams have a free hand in choosing their line-up? Or they are forced to submit the same line-up as their mother league? Can they replace an injured player?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eightyfiver
    Question: Does participating teams have a free hand in choosing their line-up? Or they are forced to submit the same line-up as their mother league? Can they replace an injured player?
    nope... here in Ormoc, whoever was fielded during the eliminations and earlier matches will be the ones to play until the end...
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    But the students should be enrolled to be allowed to play? If they fail to enrol, will they be allowed to play anyway?
    Cebu will be a stronger power in basketball very soon...
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    http://sports.inquirer.net/inquirers...-bid-vs-Saints

    Tigers open wild-card bid vs Saints
    By Cedelf P. Tupas
    Philippine Daily Inquirer
    First Posted 03:09:00 10/15/2008
    MANILA, Philippines—University of Santo Tomas tries to make up for its fifth-place finish in the UAAP wars as the Tigers gun for a wild-card slot in the FilOil Flying V “Sweet 16” Final Challenge starting Wednesday at the Makati Coliseum.

    The Tigers, who struggled in the UAAP even with a formidable lineup led by Jervy Cruz and Dylan Ababou, open their campaign against the St. Claire Saints in a noontime clash that is part of a heavy four-game bill.

    Four wild-card berths for the two zonal competitions of the Smart-PLDT-KFC Philippine Collegiate Champions League are at stake in the short, eight-team tournament.

    The Tigers have been grouped with St. Francis of Assisi, Las Piñas College and St. Claire, while the other bracket is composed of Emilio Aguinaldo College, STI College, De Ocampo and Lyceum of the Philippines.

    The top two squads from each bracket will gain the wild-card berths.

    The curtain-raiser at 9 a.m. pits EAC against De Ocampo with Lyceum tangling with STI in the next match at 10:30 a.m.

    St. Francis takes on LPC in the last match at 1:30 p.m.

    PCCL national tournament director Joe Lipa said four zonal championships have been set with the top two teams in each zone advancing to the finals.

    The Tigers are hoping to become the third UAAP team to clinch a place in the Sweet 16.

    The early finalists in the tournament’s final phase include UAAP titlist Ateneo de Manila University Blue Eagles, NCAA champion San Beda College Red Lions, De La Salle University Green Archers, Jose Rizal University Heavy Bombers, University of Visayas Green Lancers, San Sebastian College-Cavite Baycats, Manuel L. Quezon University Stallions and the Universal College of Nursing Golden Dragons.

    The Far Eastern University Tamaraws are already entered in the zonal phase.

    Details about the PCCL can be accessed by logging in at www.collegiatechampionsleague.net.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thadzonline
    But the students should be enrolled to be allowed to play? If they fail to enrol, will they be allowed to play anyway?
    I think they should. The goal, is to get the same team that played in the latest season of their mother league to play in the PCCL.
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    so that should mean Pong Escobal must be allowed to play..;D
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    Quote Originally Posted by thadzonline
    so that should mean Pong Escobal must be allowed to play..;D
    and so is kelvin de la peña?

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    Not enrolled players should be allowed to play in the PCCL ..... unless they are playing professionally somewhere else.
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    UST shows class sans key Tigers

    University of Santo Tomas overcame a sluggish performance in the first half to defeat NAASCU fourth-placer St Clare College of Caloocan, 80-71, yesterday in the Wild Card phase of the 2008 Smart-KFC-PLDT Philippine Collegiate Championship at the Makati Coliseum.

    Francis Allera led a strong second half assault for the España-based squad which played without star players Jervy Cruz and Japs Cuan to take its first win in the three-day Wild Card phase.

    Allera, who has already completed his playing years in the UAAP this season, finished with 22 points, 19 of them coming in the second half while reserve center Chris Camus recorded 13 points.

    Dylan Ababou, Clark Bautista and Mark Canlas made 11 points each to highlight the team’s well-balanced attack.

    “Wala kami sa kundisyon dahil halos ilang araw lang kami nag-ensayo,” admitted UST head coach Pido Jarencio. “Pero kahit one-point, two-points or 20 points pa yan, a win is a win.”

    “Gusto din namin umabot sa Sweet 16 para kahit papaano masaya din yung mga graduating players,” he added.

    The Growling Tigers will be without Cruz, Cuan, Canlas, Camus, Chester Taylor and Mel Gile next season.

    Aries Parinas, the Rookie of the Year winner, led the Saints with 25 points while Edu Mustre added 10 points, including a buzzer-beating three that gave them a 42-41 halftime lead after trailing by 11 points late in the first period.

    A basket by Richmond Sibal gave the Saints their last taste of the lead, 53-51, until Camus, Ababou and Bautista connected on consecutive triples to put UST on top for good, 60-53, with 1:15 remaining in the third.

    Meanwhile, Lyceum of the Philippines University survived the strong challenge of NAASCU runner-up STI College to score an 88-86 win.

    Joseph Araya and Glen Taguiba led the team with 19 and 14 points, respectively.

    The Pirates rallied mightily from a 75-85 deficit but bungled a potential game-tying shot.

    In other games, UCAA runner-up Emilio Aguinaldo College defeated De Ocampo College, 80-70, as Julius Quiambao made 26 points for the Generals, while Las Piñas College trounced St. Francis of Assisi, 62-53.

    The tournament will be a single round robin with the top two teams of each group qualify for the zonal tournament set next month.

    The top two teams in the four zonal phases will advance to the Sweet 16 tournament on November 24 joining Ateneo de Manila, San Beda College, University of the Visayas, De La Salle, Jose Rizal University, San Sebastian College Recoletos de Cavite, Universal College of Nursing and Manuel L. Quezon University

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