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    11th NAASCU Season

    The STI College Olympians are again on track to hopefully improve on their runner up finish in the 10th NAASCU. Preparations are underway with 12 members returning to the Olympians line up, three coming from the Juniors, one returnee and one new face.

    If there is one thing going for the Olympians this year is their familiarity with each other and depth. Hope this year promises to be a better one.
    Mhel "the Pogi" Garrido
    The Real Aga Muhlach

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    MANILA, Philippines - STI Colleges got back at last year’s finals tormentor University of Manila, fashioning out a 90-72 rout at the start of the 11th NAASCU (National Athletic Association of Schools and Universities) basketball championships before an overflow crowd at the Makati Coliseum yesterday.

    Maclean Sabellina turned in a double-double performance of 23 points and 12 rebounds as he powered the Olympians, handled by coach Vic Ycasiano, to victory in a rematch of last year’s title showdown.

    Jasper Melano and Lester Bocablo added 12 and 11 points, respectively, for STI.

    Jeff Alvin Viernes led the Jojo Castillo-mentored UM with 15 points, while last year’s MVP Eugene Torres and Jay-Ar Manuel added 14 points apiece.

    The Hawks, seeking their seventh title in 11 years, played without slotman Edwin Tamayo and last year’s scoring champion Rhandelle Colina.

    Now on its 11th year, the 10-team tournament formally opened yesterday with the traditional parade of teams and dance performances of member-teams.

    Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP) executive director Sonny Barrios, PBA commissioner Chito Salud and MVP Sports Foundation head Al Panlilio delivered inspirational messages.

    NAASCU president Dr. Ernesto Jay Adalem of host St. Clare College-Caloocan welcomed the guests and participants during the two-hour long opening ceremony.


    Mhel "the Pogi" Garrido
    The Real Aga Muhlach

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    Sir complete line-up naman dyan ng lahat ng team TIA!

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    MANILA, Philippines - LAST year’s runner-up STI Colleges showed too much class in beating arch-rival AMA Computer University, 80-51, for its second straight win in the 2011 NAASCU men’s basketball tournament at the STI gym in Global City, Taguig.

    Cedric Ablaza scattered 17 points and two other players also scored in double figures for the Vic Ycasiano-mentored Olympians, who debuted with a 90-74 win over defending champion University of Manila.

    Hesed Gabo added 14 points and Ivan Moreno contributed 10 points for the Olympians, who led from start to finish in beating the Titans.

    Raymond Alvarado and comebacking Mac Avellana led AMA with 13 and 10 points, respectively.

    Sharing the limelight were Informatics Computer Colleges, which defeated City Univerisity of Pasay, 94-75; and Our Lady of Fatima University, which demolished newcomer Trace College-Los Baños, 80-51.

    The Icons leaned on Mark Montuano ( 25 points), Jiovani Jalalon (13), Mark Limpat (10) and Eric Acuna (10) to beat the Eagles.

    Paolo Chua finished with 17 points for the 0-2 Eagles of coach Alvin Zuniga.

    The Antipolo City-based Phoenix of former RP team mainstay- turned-coach Rensy Bajar, drew big games from Jaynard Rivera (16 points), James Jacinto (12) Mark Alba (11) and Jomarie Lacastesantos (10) to improve to 1-1.

    Alexis Hilario and Reggie Boyles carried the fight for the Stallions with 22 and 12 points.

    Commissioner is Boy Cahanding.

    The scores:

    First game

    Fatima (80) -- Rivera 16, Jacinto 12, Alba 11, Lacastesantos 10, Rosales 8, Bernavidez 7, Valdevilla 6, Villalon 4, Aque 2, Flores 2, Caligapan 2, Antalan 0, Panes 0.

    Trace (50) -- Hilario 22, Boyles 12, Sambrano 7, Villamayor 5, Nunez 2, Ramores 2, Ercia 0, Rerea 0, Agsunod 0.

    Quarterscores: 26-17, 47-29, 73-38, 80-50

    Second game

    Informatics (94) -- Montuano 25, Jalalon 13, Limpat 10, Acuna 10, Abiang 6, Del Rosario 4, Teodoro 4, Limin 3, Blanco 3, Santos 2, Carlos 2, Robles 2, Sanghera 2, Tan 2.

    CUP (75) -- Chua 17, Obar 13, Garcia 11, Zuniga 10, Peruera 9, Delgado 7, Telfo 6, De Ocampo 2.

    Quarterscores: 28-15, 54-37, 71-54, 94-75.

    Third game

    STI (80) -- Ablaza 17, Gabo 14, Moreno 10, Bautista 8, Saberllina 8,, Ohadya 6, Chavez 6, Bocablo 5, Melano 5, Riva 4, Saldana 2, Morales 1, Alcantara 0, Ihalas 0, Labis 0.

    AMACU (51) -- Alvarado 13, Avellana 10, Mangalindan 8, Sumay 6, Cleofe 4, Ibarra 4, Cabico 4, Matias 2, Nicholas 1.

    Quarterscores: 22-13, 40-31, 58-38, 80-51.

    Additional story:
    Mhel "the Pogi" Garrido
    The Real Aga Muhlach

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoom2k7
    Sir complete line-up naman dyan ng lahat ng team TIA!
    pre pag nakuha ko post ko kagad lahat
    Mhel "the Pogi" Garrido
    The Real Aga Muhlach

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    Sir Mhel, off po ba ang laro ni "Lightning" Maclean Sabellina? Kasi 8pts lang siya, a far cry from that huge double-double performance sa opening game nila! Go Olympians!

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    Sir Mhel,

    Sobra naman si Labis: 0 points lang. I know he'll bounce back. Olympians, fight!

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    Labis?yan ba sir yun highflyer forward na galing team b ng NU?promising talent to ah wala pa yatang 20 anyos to...

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    Kailan po ba ang next game sir Mhel?

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    zOOM2K7 Tama ka..18 years old lang yang si Labis..future yan
    Mhel "the Pogi" Garrido
    The Real Aga Muhlach

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