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    HAC five stuns Letran
    March 1980

    Holy Angel College rocked the start of the National Students basketball championships last night by whipping NCAA champion Letran, 107-93, at the Jurado Hall in Fort Del Pilar, Baguio City.
    Letran, however, put the game under protest because HAC used four American players. Letran coach Nemie Villegas said local basketball rules call for the use of no less than 60 percent Filipinos in the tournament. He said HAC violated this by fielding three Americans at the same time.
    In other games, University of the Visayas Green Lancers routed Philippine School of Business Administration, 117-86, and University of Baguio defeated PMA, 94-92.
    The tournament was opened by president Lito Puyat of the BAP and of the International Basketball Federation (FIBA). Puyat said the tournament should included hostilities in the High School division but "I had to cancel it."

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    National Students Championship
    PSBA, Letran to represent Manila
    By Pyke Jocson
    December 1979

    PSBA and Trinity College topped the collegiate and secondary levels of the National Students Championship eliminations for Metro Manila aspirants and will lead two other teams in representing MM in the National Intercollegiate and Intersecondary competitions scheduled in Cagayan de Oro City early 1980.
    The two other teams who are joining the PSBA Jaguars of coach Nic Jorge and the Trinity Colts of Chee Poblete are the Letran Knights and Letran Squires, varsity and junior cage championship of the 1979 NCAA.
    The varsity teams of PSBA and Letran toppled University of Manila and Adamson University in the first phase of the eliminations to spearhead Group 1 in the second stage or the round of four.
    PSBA beat Adamson, 114-93, but yielded to coach Nemie Villegas' charges, 105-86. Letran plastered the Falcons, 134-125. UM lost by default in the early going of the two-phased elims.
    Far Eastern University, the defending Intercollegiate champion and newly crowned UAAP champ, and erstwhile rival UE, grounded Gregorio Araneta University Foundation, Philippine Maritime Institute and De La Salle University. It ruled Group II.
    Before the round of four could get started, however, FEU backed out, because most of its players will see action in the MICAA on January at the time the Intercollegiate will be going on. FEU's withdrawal left MUCAA champion PSBA, Letran and 1978 UAAP champion UE battling for two berths for the Cagayan de Oro championship.
    Letran and PSBA nosed out UE, 85-82 and 100-89, and PSBA upset Letran in the showdown of the collegiate contest for the MM elims, 125-116.
    Eight teams saw action in the high school competition: Letran, NCBA, Trinity and UE comprises Group I, while San Beda, University of Manila, De La Salle University and Faith Academy composed the other group. Letran and Trinity, San Beda and UM advances to the next round. Trinity and Letran finished with identical 2-1 cards, but Trinity emerged first placer after applying the quotient system.

  3. #13
    Bicol hosts National Students Cagefest

    Starting this week, ten collegiate teams and eight high school squads will try to outplay each other in the 1993 National Inter-Collegiate and Inter-Secondary basketball championships in Naga City and Daet, Camarines Norte.
    The collegiate squads square off from January 30 to February 4 at the UNC Sports Palace in Naga City. The high school entries will slug it out at the Daet Agro Sports Center, February 3 to 7.
    Both events were earlier scheduled to play in Naga but the high school games were moved to Daet when organizers informed the Basketball Association of the Philippines (BAP) that Naga couldn't accommodate two simul tourneys.
    The collegiate teams include San Beda, Manuel L. Quezon University, University of Manila, University of Northern Philippines, Assumption College of Pampanga, Perpetual Help College, Cebu Doctors University, Divine Word University, Liceo de Cagayan and Holy Cross College.
    The inter-secondary entries are San Beda, University of Manila, Angeles University Foundation, St.Francis College, University of Visayas, St.Peter's College, Cagayan de Oro Colleges and Rizal Memorial Colleges.
    Conspicious in the roster of entries of both inter-collegiate and inter-secondary meets is the absence of teams from the UAAP. The teams of Adamson, FEU, La Salle and UST were restrained from joining the Metro Manila eliminations because the BAP had withdrawn sanction from the UAAP last year.
    The UAAP, for its part, remained defiant in its stand toward's the BAP's decision to declare La Salle champion of the 1991 UAAP basketball tournament. What's more, the UAAP did not agree with the BAP's ruling regarding the imposition of sanction fees per player and coach instead of per team.
    Aside from the missing UAAP entries, the Metro Manila elims only drew one NCAA entry in San Beda which easily topped the collegiate competitions via a sweep. The Metro Manila inter-secondary was called off because only two schools registered for the event. San Beda and UM automatically made it to the Daet tournament proper.

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    UV wins National Collegiate Championship - But is under protest
    March 1984

    As early as the start of the second half of the championship game last March 7 in Naga City for the National Students Basketball championship title between the University of the Visayas and defending champion Arellano University, the game was placed under protest by Florentino Cayco III who took over from brother Peter Cayco as acting team manager.
    The official protest was filed with the BAP immediately after the game after being duly noted by BAP Regional Director for Region 5, Victor P. Bachara, Jr.
    The basis for the protest was the well-known fact that at least four of the University of the Visayas Lancers were not eligible to play for the school team having broken Rule No.5 of the BAP eligibility rules for the Intercollegiate division of the 1983-84 National Students Basketball Championship.
    The four UV players, Anthony Mendoza, Alfonso Solis, Christopher Amomonpon and Stevenson Dajalos, played last October with the Cine Suerte team in the PABL 1st Founders' Cup tournament in Manila. Mendoza and Solis also played earlier in the year with Farinas Transit team in the first PABL tournament coached by no less than the RP youth mentor, Larry Albano.
    The filing of the protest by Arellano University is valid and should be acted upon by the BAP not so much as to reverse the result of the final game but to prevail upon unscrupulous schools not to practice or tolerate players to play in Manila or other regions while being enrolled in their schools. Rule No.5 not only protects the schools from this irregular practice but it also protects players from getting their education and acquiring their degrees in the hardcourt and not in the classroom where they should be.

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