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    15th MNCAA



    Enderun d. San Beda-Alabang, 85-49
    Philippine Women's d. Makati, 88-86 OT
    Centro Escolar d. UAP, 86-49

    Philippine Women's University seized a share of the early leadership of the 15th Men's National Collegiate Athletic Association (MNCAA) with a thrilling 88-86 overtime stoppage of University of Makati at the resumption of action Sunday afternoon at the Titans Hall of Enderun Colleges. The Patriots now tote a 2-0 win-loss card just as Enderun Colleges which also remained undefeated after routing San Beda College-Alabang in the prior contest, 85-49. READ MORE

  2. #12

    15th MNCAA



    Makati d. UAP, 89-82 OT
    Centro Escolar d. San Beda-Alabang, 92-72
    Enderun d. Philippine Women's, 86-80

    Streaking Enderun Colleges became the first team to secure a semifinal berth at the resumption of the 15th Men's National Capital Region Athletic Association (MNCAA) at Titans Hall last Sunday. Also climbing up the standings were defending champion Centro Escolar University and University of Makati after they registered contrasting victories over separate opponents. READ MORE

  3. #13

    15th MNCAA



    UAP d. San Beda-Alabang, 89-78 OT
    Centro Escolar d. Philippine Women's, 86-56
    Enderun d. Makati, 68-53

    Enderun Colleges formally swept the field and claimed the top seed in the 15th Men's National Collegiate Athletic Association (MNCAA) will a methodical 68-53 downing of University of Makati Sunday at Titans Hall. Defending champion Centro Escolar University also grabbed a share of the spotlight after routing Philippine Women’s University, 86-56, for their fourth straight win and the second seed entering next weekend’s semifinals. READ MORE

  4. #14

    15th MNCAA



    Enderun d. Makati, 92-51
    Centro Escolar d. PWU, 63-52

    Undefeated Enderun Colleges and defending champion Centro Escolar University arranged a rematch for the 15th Men’s National Collegiate Athletic Association (MNCAA) Basketball crown after they quickly disposed of their respective semifinal opponents Sunday at the Rizal Memorial Coliseum. The best of three championship series will commence on March 10. READ MORE

  5. #15

    15th MNCAA Finals



    Defending champion Centro Escolar University took the first step towards their goal of grand slam by taking Game One of the best of three championship series over erstwhile undefeated Enderun Colleges, 61-48, for the 15th Men’s National Collegiate Athletic Association (MNCAA) at the Rizal Memorial Coliseum Saturday. The Scorpions thus inflicted the first loss on the Titans and avenged their only loss of the tournament to the same squad, 58-65, on opening day last January 26. READ MORE

  6. #16

    15th MNCAA Finals





    Centro Escolar University achieved its goal of a grand slam by sweeping Enderun Colleges, 67-49, and end early the best of three series for the 15th Men's National Collegiate Athletic Association (MNCAA) Basketball tournament at the Rizal Memorial Coliseum Saturday. It was not an easy feat for the Scorpions who had to go through the tournament with only nine available players for their third straight trophy. READ MORE


 
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