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  1. #31
    ^ Brod, this Sewa fellow has shown remarkable improvement from the time I first saw him being nothing more than a big hulking buffoon in the Fr Martin a year and a half ago. He could not even catch the ball back then. Now he can catch on the run and take off for a dunk in a fluid motion.

    Kaya lang bakit kaya sabi diyan sa report "surprise run" daw ang UE? Ikaw ba ay na-surprise pa sa UE ngayon?
    FRIENDS LANG KAMI

  2. #32
    sir Joe ako na surprise din sa UE RW sa performance nila 3 yrs ba naman puro talo at meron chance na manalo sa UAAP sa Season 76 .
    ngayon may nagsasabi na F4 contender na yung team, can't blame the basketball sports writer nasanay din na laging talo UE RW

  3. #33
    ^ Pero kasama na rin sa kabuhayan niya ang pag susulat ng updates tungkol sa sproting world. Kung nagugulat pa siya katulad ng casual fans, baka naman may kulang sa effort hehe. UE has been tearing up the summer circuit lately at wala ng lihim pa na maitatago si coach Boysie. If the writer did his due diligence eh dapat wala ng surprise :D

  4. #34
    Lions, Bulldogs complete Final 4

    By Jasmine W. Payo

    Philippine Daily Inquirer

    11:46 pm | Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

    San Beda rallied from 10 points in the last three minutes while National University also came from behind as the Lions and the Bulldogs completed yesterday the Final Four cast of the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup at Filoil Flying V Arena.

    Baser Amer knocked in all his eight points in San Beda’s blistering 13-0 windup as the Lions slipped past the La Salle Green Archers, 66-63, while Alfred Aroga completed a three-point play with 24.5 seconds left to lift the Bulldogs past the Letran Knights, 69-67.

    “Baser played badly in the first three quarters, but when we needed him, he stepped up,” coach Boyet Fernandez said after his Lions rallied from a 53-63 deficit in the last 3:50 minutes of play.

    Aroga’s heroics preserved another superb all-around show by Ray Parks, who paced the Bulldogs with 16 points on top of three rebounds, four assists and a couple of blocks.

    “I like the poise of the boys in the end,” said NU coach Eric Altamirano. “We were behind most of the game, yet in the most important moment, they were able to deliver.”

    The Bulldogs, who stayed unbeaten in nine games, will clash with the Lions in the knockout semifinals at 4 p.m. tomorrow. University of the East and University of Santo Tomas collide in the other pairing at 2 p.m.

    Arthur dela Cruz posted a double-double of 14 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Lions, while Rome dela Rosa added 12.

    Jeron Teng gave La Salle a 63-53 advantage with 3:50 minutes to go but San Beda mounted a rally with Amer firing six straight points in the final minute.

    Aroga’s three-point play gave the Bulldogs the lead, 68-67, and a Gelo Alolino free throw made it 69-66 with 4.6 seconds left.

    The Knights tried to forge overtime, but NUs Troy Rosario blocked Ford Ruaya’s attempt at the buzzer.

    The scores:

    First Game

    NU 69—Parks 16, Alolino 13, Rosario 12, Aroga 9, Villamor 8, Roņo 5, De Guzman 3, Mbe 2, Javillonar 1, Alejandro 0.

    LETRAN 67—Cruz 16, Nambatac 11, Almazan 10, Gabawan 8, Castro 8, Ruaya 6, Luib 5, Dysam 3, Buenaflor 0, Publico 0, Po 0, Pantin 0.

    Quarters: 19-22, 43-37, 56-58, 69-67

    Second Game

    SAN BEDA 66—Dela Cruz 14, Dela Rosa 12, Koga 11, Amer 8, Adeogun 7, Pascual 4, D. Semerad 4, Abarcar 2, Semerad 2, Sara 2, Villaruz 0.

    LA SALLE 63—Vosotros 16, Teng 15, N. Torres 10, Van Opstal 10, Perkins 6, Revilla 3, T. Torres 2, G. Reyes 1, Bolick 0, Montalbo 0, M. Reyes 0, Dela Paz 0.

    Quarters: 17-14, 33-26, 46-53, 66-63

  5. #35
    UE Red Warriors herald resurgence by dethroning Bulldogs

    By Reuben Terrado

    June 12, 2013, 06:32 pm
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    Roi Sumang and the UE Red Warriors downed Angelo Alolino and the rest of the NU Bulldogs to get a big boost of confidence ahead of the UAAP season. Jerome Ascano

    UNIVERSITY of the East capped a remarkable preseason tournament with an 81-68 victory over erstwhile unbeaten National University to capture the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup title on Wednesday at The Arena in San Juan.

    The Red Warriors used a 15-2 run to take control in a fourth quarter that also saw NU star Bobby Ray Parks foul out early.

    It was a huge boost in morale for the squad that is looking to turn things around after languishing in the cellar in the UAAP last season.

    NU, which was eyeing back-to-back Filoil titles, was leading 55-47 entering the fourth quarter but fell apart in the homestretch.

    With the Bulldogs up 57-52, Lord Casajeros sparked a 9-0 run as he hit a jumper and a three-point play. On the next play, Parks was slapped with his fifth foul with still 5:44 remaining in the fourth.

    The momentum swing was too much to overcome as NU’s woes was compounded by Emmanuel Mbe fouling out of the contest.

    “We have everything to gain,” said UE coach Boycie Zamar. “Yun lang naman ang gusto naming makuha.”

    Roi Sumang was named Master Most Valuable Player of the tournament after finishing the game with 18 points, nine rebounds, and six assists. He, however, got huge support from his teammates.

    Ralf Olivarez had 19 points, eight rebounds, and two steals, while Casajeros added 16 markers including two triples. Charles Mammie grabbed 24 rebounds to go along with his 10 points.

    UE became the second team since De La Salle (2006, 2007) to win two Filoil titles after capturing its first crown in 2008.

    Aside from failing to win its second Filoil crown, NU also had its 21-game winning streak in the preseason tournament snapped dating back from last year.

    The scores:

    UE (81) – Olivarez 19, Sumang 18, Casajeros 16, Mammie 10, Jumao-as 8, Javier 6, Noble 2, Hernandez 2, Santos 0, Sumido 0, Guion 0, Flores 0.

    NU (6 – Parks 23, Alolino 12, Mbe 7, Villamore 6, Javillonar 5, Rosario 5, Aroga 5, Alejandro 3, Rono 2, Neypes 0, De Guzman 0.

    Quarterscores: 14-16; 36-32; 47-55; 81-68.

  6. #36
    UE Red Warriors dethrone foul-stricken NU Bulldogs, claim FilOil crown
    Job B. De LeonJune 12, 2013 6:27pm
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    Tags: University of the East Red Warriors
    UE will head into Season 76 of the UAAP as 2013 FilOil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup champions. KC Cruz

    (Updated 6:54pm) The University of the East Red Warriors dethroned the National University Bulldogs in resounding fashion, 81-68, to seize their second championship in the FilOil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup, Wednesday, at the FilOil Flying V Arena.

    This is UE's third Finals appearance in the tournament's history, after winning the title in 2008, and then settling for second-place versus FEU a year later.

    The Bulldogs took control early in the second half, getting stops and quick baskets in an 18-5 run to build a 55-47 lead heading into the fourth quarter. They join the 2006-2007 DLSU Green Archers as the only team to win more than one FilOil title.

    However, the Warriors took things to a whole new level in the fourth quarter, as they held strong on defense and relentlessly attacked the rim. Role players Ralf Olivarez and Lord Casajeros stole the limelight in the ensuing 18-2 blitz that opened a 65-58 lead with under five minutes to play, while Ray Ray Parks and Emmanuel Mbe, having reached the foul limit, could only watch their teammates come up short from the sidelines.

    Roi Sumang was named player of the game and tournament MVP for his 18-point, nine-rebound and six-assist performance. Olivarez led UE with 19 points and eight rebounds, while Casajeros tallied 16 points. Charles Mammie had a double-double with 10 points and 21 rebounds.

    "Sabi lang samin na laruin lang namin ang laro namin, wag yung laro ng ibang tao," said Sumang after the game.

    UE head coach Boysie Zamar welcomed the pressure that now comes with raised expectations for his squad in the upcoming UAAP season. "I'd rather have the pressure upstairs," he said.

    Zamar added that their plans don't stop here just yet, and his team wants to achieve more. "I would say kung sa Latin honors ito, [a FilOil championship] is cum laude. Wala pa kami sa magna o summa. We just want to improve. Of course we're going to celebrate this win but tomorrow we'll go back to basics and prepare for the UAAP."

    "Ang masasabi ko lang ay 'big heart,'" said Chris Javier, who commended his team for putting in a huge effort during the preseason. "From the start of the game yun lang ang laging sinasabi ng mga coach. 'Bring your big heart.'"

    Roi Sumang (red) lines up a three-pointer over Jeoffrey Javillonar. KC Cruz
    The Warriors were held to perimeter attempts for the game's first five minutes, connecting only on a Roi Sumang triple. Parks was active early in the lane for the Bulldogs on the other end, rifling a triple to pad an 11-3 lead.

    Charles Mammie gave UE their second basket of the game with under four minutes remaining, drawing a foul off Emmanuel Mbe for a three-point play. The Warriors then shifted to a 2-3 zone to stem the tide of National U's offense.

    With Ralf Olivares and Sumang finishing in the paint, the Warriors caught up, 16-14, as Mammie scored over Mbe in the paint with 11 seconds left. But UE missed five straight free throws in the last minute, denying themselves a chance to overtake the Bulldogs' lead after the first quarter.

    The Bulldogs rested Parks to start the second period and settled into a 2-3 formation on defense, but UE countered by pushing the ball off National U's misses. A Sumang triple complemented transition baskets by Olivarez and Gino Jumao-as, as UE took the lead, 21-19, after a 7-3 run.

    Parks returned to the floor with five minutes and change on the clock against a Mammie-less UE five. He immediately knocked down his second triple, and both teams began scoring back and forth at the rim. The Warriors began to break away though as Sumang orchestrated an 11-2 run with Chris Javier and JM Noble cutting to the rim, capped by a Lord Casajeros trey with five seconds left, putting them ahead by six.

    Parks however was determined to cut the deficit, racing to tip in his own miss on the other end, beating the clock to trail, 36-32, at halftime.

    UE shot 15-of-36 (42 percent) from the floor throughout the first two quarters against Parks' 14 points on 4-of-8 shooting, bannering National U's 11-of-36 (31 percent) clip. The Warriors led 10-4 in second-chance points but made just 3-of-11 (27 percent) on free throws, while the Bulldogs were 7-of-9 (78 percent).

    The Bulldogs looked for their offense early in the clock during the third quarter, as quick outlet passes led to Parks, Alolino and Mbe combining for 16 points in an 18-5 run, 50-41.

    The Warriors couldn't get a rhythm on offense while Parks shadowed Sumang, limiting his ability to create opportunities on that end. But they caught a break when Mbe drew his fourth personal foul with three minutes to play. Olivarez then swiped a Parks inbounds for an easy two, and Casajeros buried a triple to draw within four, 50-46.

    However, the Bulldogs put them down anew, replying with an Alfred Aroga-Parks alley-oop out of a timeout en route to widening the gap after three quarters, 55-47.

    Charles Mammie (red) added Emmanuel Mbe to his list of vanquished centers. KC Cruz
    UE played strong defense at the onset of the fourth quarter, forcing the Bulldogs to go several minutes without a field goal. Olivarez and Casajeros provided the buckets, and the latter nabbed a pair of and-one's, combining for 16 points in an 18-2 surge, drawing Parks' sixth foul in the process, as UE went ahead 65-58.

    Alolino made two from the line to cut the lead to five, but their woes piled on when Mammie caused Mbe to foul out with four and a half minutes to play. Players from both teams exchanged makes at the line, before Sumang buried a turnaround jumper in the lane, 70-61.

    Jeoff Javillonar and Alolino scored to keep National U in the game, but fouls on their end allowed the Warriors to also counter from the charity stripe.

    The Bulldogs closed in, 74-68, on charities by Robin Rono with two minutes to play, but they couldn't make further inroads. Villamor missed two charities off a follow-up attempt and an Aroga jumper sailed wide on the same possession. Mammie was then fouled and split from the line, 75-68, with a minute and change left on the clock.

    The Warriors dominated the stats sheet as well, finishing the game shooting 27-of-66 (41 percent) from the floor, while the Bulldogs ended with a 22-of-73 mark (30 percent). UE converted 22-of-37 attempts from the line (59 percent) against National U's 20-of-30 clip (30 percent).

    UE also managed their three-point attempts better, making 5-of-17 treys (29 percent) while the Bulldogs shot 4-of-30 (13 percent).

    Furthermore, the Warriors controlled the boards (39-29) and second-chance points (12-, while the Bulldogs had the advantage in points off turnovers, 14-6.

    Parks led all scorers with 23 points, seven rebounds and five assists. Gelo Alolino was the only other Bulldog in double figures with 12 points and four assists. - AMD, GMA News


    The scores:

    UE 81: Olivarez 19, Sumang 18, Casajeros 16, Mammie 10, Jumao-as 8, Javier 6, Noble 2, Hernandez 2, Santos 0, Sumido 0, Guion 0, Flores 0

    NU 68: Parks 23, Alolino 12, Mbe 7, Villamor 6, Javillonar 5, Rosario 5, Aroga 5, Alejandro 3, Rono 2, Neypes 0, De Guzman 0

    Quater scoring: 14-16, 36-32, 47-55, 81-68

  7. #37
    Warriors capture Filoil crown

    Strong fourth quarter show helps UE snap NU win run

    By Cedelf P. Tupas

    Philippine Daily Inquirer

    1:07 am | Thursday, June 13th, 2013

    The University of the East squad sent a warning to the rest of the UAAP with a scintillating fourth-quarter effort that lifted the Warriors past the National U Bulldogs, 81-68, last night for the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup crown.

    The Warriors outhustled the Bulldogs at every turn in the final period, while drawing firepower from Ralf Olivarez, Roi Sumang and Lord Casajeros to wrest their second Filoil crown and first since 2008 before a roaring crowd at Filoil Flying V Arena in San Juan.

    Olivarez finished with 19 points in just 24 minutes, while Sumang and Casajeros combined for 34 points for the Red Warriors, who finished the tournament on an eight-game winning streak, beating UAAP contenders Adamson and University of Santo Tomas en route to the finals.

    UE’s Sierra Leone-born center Charles Mammie also dished out another monster performance with 10 points and 21 boards.

    The Warriors trailed by nine just before the end of the third period, before unleashing a crippling run that eventually snapped the defending champion Bulldogs’ 21-game winning run. The Warriors outscored the Bulldogs, 34-13, in the final period.

    “We’re very gracious that we were able to experience this,” said UE coach Boycie Zamar, who returned to the Warriors bench in the second round of the UAAP last season.

    “We showed a lot of character in this game. This is just the preseason but this is a big factor because we came from a seventh place finish in the UAAP.”

    The Bulldogs, with their tall and athletic roster, looked in control, until the fourth period, where they lost Bobby Ray Parks and Emmanuel Mbe due to fouls.

    Parks, the reigning UAAP Most Valuable Player, still finished with 23 points, but the rest of the Bulldogs struggled to find their offense when he fouled out with close to six minutes remaining.

    The Warriors went on a 13-3 tear with Sumang, Casajeros and Olivarez combining for all the points to seize a 63-57 advantage with 5:44 remaining. Sumang finished off the Bulldogs with back-to-back jumpers, 74-60, with two and a half minutes left.

    Earlier, San Beda, leaning on a balanced offensive led by Baser Amer, clinched third place after repulsing UST, 74-70.

    Amer wound up with 15 points to lead four other players in double digits for the Lions, who led from start to finish.

    The scores:

    First Game

    SAN BEDA 74—Amer 15, Dela Rosa 13, Adeogun 12, Pascual 12, Dela Cruz 10, Mendoza 4, Abarcar 4, Koga 2, Ludovice 2, A. Semerad 0, D. Semerad 0, Sara 0, Villaruz 0.

    UST 70—Teng 27, Abdul 12, Mariano 9, Bautista 9, Lo 6, Daquioag 5, So 2, Pe 0, Ferrer 0, Sheriff 0, Ran 0, Macasaet 0, Lao 0, Hainga 0.

    Quarters: 14-16, 36-35, 47-52, 74-70.

    Second Game

    UE 81—Olivarez 19, Sumang 18, Casajeros 16, Mammie 10, Jumao-as 8, Javier 6, Noble 2, Hernandez 2, Santos 0, Sumido 0, Guion 0, Flores 0.

    NU 68—Parks 23, Alolino 12, Mbe 7, Villamor 6, Javillonar 5, Rosario 5, Aroga 5, Alejandro 3, Rono 2, Neypes 0, De Guzman 0.

    Quarters: 14-16, 36-32, 47-55, 81-68

  8. #38
    Warriors relive glory years

    By Joey Villar

    (The Philippine Star) | Updated June 13, 2013 - 12:00am

    MANILA, Philippines - University of the East’s blend of young and old played in the mold of the once mighty Warriors and claimed a man-sized upset of defending champion National U, 81-68, to win the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup crown at The Arena in Pasig City yesterday.

    The Warriors, who had marginal successes since their 1985 UAAP victory although they ruled this tournament five years ago, leaned on a strong finish over the Bulldogs lacking in ferocity minus two of their stalwarts out on fouls midway in the final quarter and claimed the decisive win that virtually boosted their stock in the coming UAAP cage wars.

    They overhauled an eight-point deficit in the third period by outscoring the Bulldogs, 34-13, in a swashbuckling fourth quarter performance to nail their first crown since winning this pre-season tournament five years ago.

    For UE coach Boyzie Zamar, it all boiled down to execution.

    “I’m no magician,” said Zamar in the din of frenzied celebration following his team’s dramatic win. “I told the players before the game to bring their big heart for us to win and they did.”

    Roy Sumang came through with a near triple-double effort with 18 points, nine rebounds and six assists, punctuating his superb all-around game with a couple of conversions from isolation plays. He went on to cop the league’s Master MVP trophy.

    “This individual award will be meaningless if we didn’t win the title,” said Sumang, who played high school ball for Letran. “Just what I’ve said, we’re sick and tired of losing so we hope to bring our winning ways in the UAAP.”


    The last time UE ruled this event was five editions ago with Dindo Pumaren at the helm. Interestingly, the last member of that team who remains with the current squad is JM Noble.

    After winning the crown, Zamar and the Warriors said they are now training their sights on the 76th UAAP season which starts June 29 at the MOA Arena in Pasay City.

    “The UAAP is a completely different thing but it’s nice to enter the season with a big victory here,” said Zamar, whose wards thus matched La Salle’s two victories in the Filoil tilt.

    It was a sorry setback for NU, which led majority of the way but lost its grip after Bobby Ray Parks Jr., the reigning back-to-back UAAP MVP, and Emmanuel Mbe fouled one after the other midway in the fourth.

    The loss also ended the Bulldogs’ amazing 21-game streak dating back from last year’s staging.

    With Parks and Mbe out, the Bulldogs sputtered in offense while enabling the Warriors to penetrate NU’s defense that simply broke down in the absence of the power-playing, tough-defending duo.

    In the battle for third place, reigning NCAA three-peat champion San Beda turned back Santo Tomas, 74-70.

    Baser Amer led the Lions with 15 points while Rome Dela Rosa, Ola Adeogun, Kyle Pascual and Arthur dela Cruz chipped in 13, 12, 12 and 10 points, respectively.

    Sumang and Parks also led Alfred Aroga, also of NU, Ateneo’s Keifer Ravena and Adamson’s Rodney Brondial to the Gatorade Mythical Five with Aroga named as Gatorade’s Defensive Player.

    It was actually a double setback for NU, which also bowed to San Beda, 64-60, in the juniors finals with the perennial champions Red Cubs nailing their fourth straight championship.

    Jayvee Mocon, who was named Master Juniors MVP, shot 14 points and hauled down 10 rebounds to power the Red Cubs to victory.

    In women’s play, Trish Piatos exploded with 16 points, including the game-winning shot with 2.7 seconds, as La Salle edged Far Eastern U, 62-60, to capture the women’s crown.

    Meanwhile, San Sebastian’s Ranzel Yong and Michael Calisaan, National U’s Mark Dyke and Letran’s Gerdy Alacre joined Mocon in the Gatorade Mythical Five while the women’s Gatorade Mythical Five was composed of FEU’s Camille Sambile and Vangie Soriano, La Salle’s Ara Abaca, UST’s Lore Rivera and CEU’s Shaddy Ogunsemuyen.

    Abaca was the women’s Master MVP while Ogunsemuyen the Gatorade Defensive Player.

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