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  1. #71

    Re: Mapua Cardinals on to Season 87: Off-season + Recruits

    Quote Originally Posted by crazybedan
    pag nakita ni abuevac na ganyan kagaling si taha. mag ingat na at alam n'yo na ang gagawin ni the BEASTic ;D
    Hindi basta magagawa ni Abueva kay Taha yung pandudura na ginawa nya kay Pascual last season...I've seen Taha in some preseason / summer games, and he never backs down...Parang yung Semerad twins nyo, buo din loob! Iba siguro pag may lahing imported...matatapang hehehe

  2. #72

    Re: Mapua Cardinals on to Season 87: Off-season + Recruits

    Goodluck sa Mapua this season!
    Our fellowship will never cease!
    ANIMO SAN BEDA!

  3. #73

    Re: Mapua Cardinals on to Season 87: Off-season + Recruits

    Quote Originally Posted by Spikermike
    Blue Eagles see off Taha, Cardinals
    by inboundpass
    Monday, 6 June 2011
    .

    Taha was a one-man team for Mapúa, with a monstrous double-double performance of 24 points and 22 rebounds. No other Cardinal scored in double-digits. Jason Pascual and Allan Mangahas added nine points each, on a combined 7-of-26 shooting from the field.

    Mapúa got 17 second chance points on 17 offensive rebounds to just eight in both categories by Ateneo. The Blue Eagles, however, were able to finish with 16 fastbreak points while holding the Cardinals to only four. W5
    This is a painful experience but an avoidable one for MIT. Mapua almost ambushed Ateneo in the PCCL last year, IIRC, but failed because they blew a big double digit lead lead they made with poor decision making and shot selection down the stretch.

    Combined stats more often than not mask even more adverse situations. How much of those 19 combined misses came from Jason Pascual? I have never been a fan of Jason's game. He jacks up too many ill-advised three-pointers or long twos in spite of his being 6'5" or thereabouts. Credit the Cards for hauling down those 17 offensive rebounds because Jason is always outside hoisting those shots, and missing much of them. How many times in the past had MIT racked up a big lead only to see it vanish in a flash, all because MIT's bigs hoist jumpers instead of working down low.
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  4. #74

    Re: Mapua Cardinals on to Season 87: Off-season + Recruits

    Fr Martin Cup semis this Saturday 11 June 2011 at San Beda Gym in Mendiola, Manila

    Juniors Final 4 starting at 9:00 AM.

    Seniors Final 4 starts at 12:00 NN. Ateneo and NU I think will be the second seniors Final 4 game. Mapua is waiting for its Final 4 opponent. So it could be a reprise of the 2010 summer tournament finale between Ateneo and Mapua.
    FRIENDS LANG KAMI

  5. #75

    Re: Mapua Cardinals on to Season 87: Off-season + Recruits

    Quote Originally Posted by MonL
    Quote Originally Posted by Spikermike
    Blue Eagles see off Taha, Cardinals
    by inboundpass
    Monday, 6 June 2011
    .

    Taha was a one-man team for Mapúa, with a monstrous double-double performance of 24 points and 22 rebounds. No other Cardinal scored in double-digits. Jason Pascual and Allan Mangahas added nine points each, on a combined 7-of-26 shooting from the field.

    Mapúa got 17 second chance points on 17 offensive rebounds to just eight in both categories by Ateneo. The Blue Eagles, however, were able to finish with 16 fastbreak points while holding the Cardinals to only four. W5
    This is a painful experience but an avoidable one for MIT. Mapua almost ambushed Ateneo in the PCCL last year, IIRC, but failed because they blew a big double digit lead lead they made with poor decision making and shot selection down the stretch.

    Combined stats more often than not mask even more adverse situations. How much of those 19 combined misses came from Jason Pascual? I have never been a fan of Jason's game. He jacks up too many ill-advised three-pointers or long twos in spite of his being 6'5" or thereabouts. Credit the Cards for hauling down those 17 offensive rebounds because Jason is always outside hoisting those shots, and missing much of them. How many times in the past had MIT racked up a big lead only to see it vanish in a flash, all because MIT's bigs hoist jumpers instead of working down low.
    Pascual was 4/12, 1/4 from beyond the arc
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  6. #76

    Re: Mapua Cardinals on to Season 87: Off-season + Recruits

    bhinov, balik na ba si lamosa at yung ibang players na naglaro sa farm team natin since nag disband na yung team na un?

  7. #77

    Re: Mapua Cardinals on to Season 87: Off-season + Recruits

    Fr Martin Cup tournament officials have informed us that the Finals of the Fr Martin Cup summer tournament have been moved to Sunday 19 June 2011 still at San Beda in Mendiola, Manila.

    The schedules remain as is: 9:30 AM for San Beda A - Hope Christian, then 11:00 AM for Mapua - NU.
    FRIENDS LANG KAMI

  8. #78

    Re: Mapua Cardinals on to Season 87: Off-season + Recruits

    NU Wins 2nd FMC Title

    National University leaned on the steadiness of rookies Rey Parks and Dennis Villamor to hack out the 87 - 83 victory over Mapua Tech in overtime to claim their second Fr Martin Cup title.

    In a game that never saw a double-digit lead on either side, the Cardinals looked headed for their first ever Fr Martin Cup diadem. Both sides played in spurts with neither side taking mroe than a six- or seven-point lead. NU went up early behind Parks but Mapua responded behind Rodel Ranises and Andretti Stevens. Jason Pascual and Mike Parala then took their turn in the second period, but NU stayed in with Choy Ignacio and Mar Magat getting some opportunistic baskets. NU took the 40-39 lead into the lemon time break.

    It was more of the same in the second half, but this time Harlem Nimes stepped up for Mapua, as the wily swingman played the point and capitalized on mismatches against the shorter NU sentinels. Veteran Allan Mangahas and Ken Ighalo also stepped up. Mangahas provided steadiness in controlling the tempo while Ighalo got plenty of hustle points and rebounds against the bigger NU forwards. Back-to-back treys by Nimes gave Mapua the 73-67 lead with some two minutes left.

    Still up by four points in the last minute and a half in regular time, the Mapua gallery was already whooping it up and exchanging high fives. But a Villamor trey silenced the crowd while a split knotted the count at 77-all to end regulation. Pascual muffed a last-second shot as he collapsed from cramps at the east baseline.

    Mapua still gained a last bit of control at 83-80 in the opening minutes of overtime, but that would be as good as it got. Villamor and Parks made up for some ensuing miscues by sticking the last freethrows of NU for the final count. "We just kept playing, even when we were down and not a lot of time left, we kept playing," said Coach Eric Altamirano after the game.

    Parks led all scorers with 30 points while Villamor added 19 with four treys.

    Ranises and Niimes had 19 each for the Cardinals.
    FRIENDS LANG KAMI


 
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