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    Re: DLSU Lady Archers.... on the rise?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nike Air
    The Lady Archers dropped a 49-41 decision against the reigning defending champions, the Adamson Lady Falcons yesterday. The Lady Archers felt the effect of missing point guard Miller Ong for the rest of the season as the Archers committed one turnover after another.
    Ano ba nangyari sa kanya? Injury? So far UST ang nasa taas with no loss. They also defeated Adamson in the opener. Sure ako Final 4 pa rin bagsak ng DLSU. As for the Finals? They have to contend with UST, Adamson and FEU.
    "The end justifies the means"-from Machiavelli? Nope.  :D

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    Re: DLSU Lady Archers.... on the rise?

    From what I have heard, she had an ACL before the start of the season. This has to be confirmed though.
    A coach is someone who can give correction without causing resentment. - John Wooden, head coach, UCLA Bruins (1948-1975)

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    Re: DLSU Lady Archers.... on the rise?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nike Air
    From what I have heard, she had an ACL before the start of the season. This has to be confirmed though.
    She officially suffered an ACL from a pre-season training. According to reports her recovery is progressing well. Hindi talga kaya ng DLSU without Miller Ong and coach Tyronne knows it. If DLSU wants to make it to the finals, they need the high basketball IQ and point guard skills of Miller Ong.

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    Fr Martin Cup Open Finals at San Beda for March 15 ___

    9:00 AM Lasalle Lady Archers versus UST Tigresses

    10:30 AM St Benilde versus Perpetual Help A

    One game only for each division, winner-take-all.

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    St Benilde Wins 1st Fr Martin Championship under Velasco

    Saint Benilde beat Perpetual Help A in overtime, 113-102, on an overcast Saturday morning to capture the 10th Fr. Martin Collegiate Open Cup at the San Beda Gym.

    It looked like the Blazers of head coach Gabby Velasco would just romp away with the title, racing to a 32-18 lead midway through the second period behind the strong drives of Paolo Taha and the sniping of Mark Romero.

    But the Altas of the venerable Aric Del Rosario, a one-time Fr Martin tournament director, leaned on the hustle of Joel Jolangcob and Justin Alano, and the scoring soc of Scott Thompson to come within 34-28. Thompson had to step up as Altas main man Juneric Baloria was hobbled with four personal fouls right in the first half.

    Crispin Elopre, younger brother of former Alta Crisper, also shone hitting key baskets to keep Perpetual in the game. Elopre hit a go-ahead three-pointer to make it 74-75 for Perpetual.

    But Fonz Saavedra answered with a three-ball of his own to restore the lead to St Benilde. Saavedra would hit one more crucial set shot in overtime to put a 99-95 cushion between them and Perpetual.

    “I can safely say that the boys are starting to get some confidence, and we are playing more within the system. We can now take our game to the next level and do better when the NCAA opens in June,” Velasco beamed.

    Taha led the victors with 27 points, while Romero scattered 18 markers of his own. Taha actually had to sit out almost all of the third period due to early foul trouble. Grey added 16 points motly on his strong driving game throughout overtime in a team-up with Saavedra to break away from the 95-all deadlock.

    Thompson finished with 33 points including a crucial basket with 38.2 seconds left in the fourth to force overtime. He still had some two seconds and change to seal the win for Perpetual on a transition play off a St Benilde miss but his layup angled off the glass, far away from the basket. Thompson ran out of gas in the overtime even as Baloria fouled out, dooming the Altas.

    Both sides were very vociferous in their complaints against the endless fouls whistled by the three game officials. Unfortunately it really was symptomatic of their poor defense that so many fouls were called. All three Africa imports on either side, and Blazers center Bart Bartolo all fouled out, with at least five other key players saddled with four fouls.

    "I'm just happy we finally got a championship. I hope we can build on this," Velasco declared after the traditional photo ops during the modest awarding ceremoy.

    On the distaff side, Santo Tomas University found the range early on - including a couple of three-pointers from as far away as 30 feet - to upset reigning UAAP champion La Salle 78-69 to take home the women's division title.

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    2014 FilOil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup
    May 7, 2014
    San Juan Arena

    How They Scored:

    DE LA SALLE (74) - Dagdagan 15, Oyao 11, Corcuera 8, Scott 7, A. Ong 7, Vergara 7, Piatos 6, Castillo 3, Singson 2, Lumba 2, Gonzales 2, Garcia 2, Abaca 0, Melendres 0, Claro 0.

    RIZAL TECH (51) - Duazo 14, Rodriguez 12, Balmatero 10, Francisco 4, Dionisio 4, Ayhon 4, Inoferio 3, Ybanez 0, Dag-Uman 0, Pocallan 0.

    Period Scores: 21-9, 42-23, 59-37, 74-51.

    Next Game: May 9, 2014 (Friday) versus Adamson Lady Falcons, 10:30 AM at the San Juan Arena.

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    SAN JUAN City – The lone Women’s Division encounter also proved to be a thriller as the Adamson University Lady Falcons escaped with a 58-54 squeaker over the De La Salle University Lady Archers. Leading all the way save for the 12-12 deadlock at the end of the first period, the Lady Falcons saw their advantage trimmed to a solitary point with seven seconds remaining, 55-54. READ MORE

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    SAN JUAN City – The UAAP champion De La Salle Lady Archers defeated NAASCU champion Centro Escolar Lady Scorpions last Monday, 77-72. READ MORE

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    La Salle, Santo Tomas cagebelles prevail

    Philippine Daily Inquirer 3:23 am |

    Friday, July 25th, 2014

    Defending champion De La Salle University whipped University of the Philippines, 66-31, to stay unbeaten in the UAAP Season 77 women’s basketball at Blue Eagle Gym yesterday.

    The Lady Archers were merciless after erecting a 17-7 advantage at the end of the first period, leading by as much as 36 points to extend their perfect run to three games.

    Alyanna Ong had 11 points, seven rebounds and four assists while Steph Vergara chipped in 10 points for the Lady Archers.
    De La Salle took the solo lead after University of Santo Tomas gave Ateneo its first loss of the season, a 55-54 decision, also yesterday.

    Mariella Isanan scored the game-winning drive in the last 15.7 seconds and the Lady Eagles failed to score in their last play as Sara Bo-ot bungled a layup.

    Jen Angeles led the Tigresses with 14 points, Maica Cortes had a double-double of 10 points and 14 rebounds, while Kim Reyes had 10.

    Claire Aseron fired 13 points while Hazelle Yam added 11 points for Ateneo, which struggled after six-foot Danica Jose got into early foul trouble.

    Trailing 41-49 in the payoff period, the Lady Eagles grabbed a 54-53 lead after Jose, who finished with eight points and eight rebounds, nailed two free throws off a Reyes foul with 22.9 ticks remaining.

    The first match between University of the East and National University was called off because of the slippery court.

    The Lady Bulldogs (2-0) were leading the Lady Warriors (1-1), 6-3, when play was stopped.

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