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    PCCL 2014

    Over 250 college basketball teams in over 35 leagues nationwide..

    ..but there can be only ONE NATIONAL COLLEGIATE CHAMPION in the Philippines!



    http://www.collegiatechampionsleague.net
    Last edited by gensankid; 10-08-2014 at 09:41 PM.

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    Ang pangit ng format talaga. They should just do away with all these automatic seedings and do something similar to the US NCAA, 64 teams (pwede rin 32), single game elimination, win or go home all throughout, 6 wins and you're the champions. Walang kwenta yung ganitong format na may automatic pasok na sa elite 8.

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    ^Dati nga mas pangit pa kasi automatic Final 4 yung UAAP at NCAA champions. Pero dapat nga yung single elimination style na. Mas may motivation rin para sa provincial teams pag ganun.

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    Time factor din..winding down na ng colllegiate season...pagod at umay na rin siguro yung karamihan ng team..the sked is very near the holiday season.

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    SWU wins Game 3 of CESAFI-PCCL title series

    (The Philippine Star) |

    Updated October 19, 2014 - 12:00am

    MANILA, Philippines - Southwestern University Cobras dumped USC Warriors, 60-49, in Game 3 of their best-of-five championship series and tightened their grip on CESAFI-Cebu and PCCL Southern Islands overall titles.

    Leading 28-20 in the first half, coach Yayoy Alcoseba’s Cobras continued their dominance in the second half to post the crucial win.

    The Cobras, bidding for the CESAFI title, are also eyeing a back-to-back Champions League (PCCL) Southern Islands overall crown. Both the Cobras and the Warriors are in the Elite Eight of the National Collegiate Championship.

    In the Vis-Min qualifying knock-out games, University of Visayas Green Lancers bested University of San Jose-Recoletos Jaguars, 56-55, in a hard-fought game to advance to the Elite Eight.

    Teams already in the Elite Eight phase are newly crowned UAAP champion National University Bulldogs, UAAP runner-up FEU Tamaraws, NCAA finalists San Beda Red Lions and Arellano University Chiefs, CESAFI finalists SWU Cobras and USC Warriors and Vis-Min qualifier UV Green Lancers. One seat is reserved for the Luzon-Metro Manila elims.

    Two more regional games are scheduled during the first week of November to determine the qualified teams for the Luzon-Metro Manila qualifying games. The South Luzon-Bicol games will be held at J.C. Lobredo Coliseum, Naga City Nov. 3-4, with the participation of champion teams from Sorsogon, Quezon province, Naga, Tabaco, Batangas, Cavite and Laguna.

    The North-Central Luzon regional games, slated Nov. 3-5 at Lyceum North Western University Gym in Dagupan, will have collegiate champions of Vigan, Baguio-Benguet, Pangasinan, La Union, Pampanga and Zambales.

    The Champions League National Collegiate Championship is sponsored by ABS-CBN, Phoenix Petroleum, Molten Balls, Fil-Oil Flying V Sports, Fog City Creamery and Foccacia. Tickets are available at SM Tickets online.

    Visit www.CollegiateChampionsLeague.net for more details about the nationwide competitions.
    FRIENDS LANG KAMI

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    PCCr, St. Claire clash in PCCL NCR qualifier

    (The Philippine Star) |

    Updated October 28, 2014 - 12:00am

    MANILA, Philippines - Philippine College of Criminology takes on St. Claire College today at the start of the Metro Manila qualifying games of the Champions League (PCCL) 2014 National Collegiate Championship at the Technological Institute of the Philippines.

    The PCCr Golden Panthers, the UCLAAI champions, clash with NAASCU runner-up St. Claire at 2 p.m. while ISAA titlist PMMS collides with NCBL winner Diliman College at 4 p.m.

    Two slots are at stake for the Luzon-MM qualifying games.

    Centro Escolar University, champion of NAASCU and MNCAA, advanced outright to the step-ladder knockout games of the Luzon-MM games, joining UAAP teams La Salle and Ateneo and NCAA squads Jose Rizal and University of Perpetual Help Altas.

    Two more regional games are scheduled during the first week of November to complete the line-up of the Luzon-MM games.

    The South Luzon-Bicol games will be held Nov. 3-4 at the J.C. Robredo Coliseum, Naga City with the champion teams from Sorsogon, Quezon province, Naga, Tabaco, Batangas, Cavite and Laguna taking part.

    The North-Central Luzon regional games, on the other hand, are set Nov. 3-5 at Lyceum North Western University Gym, Dagupan City. Participating are the collegiate champions of Vigan, Baguio-Benguet, Pangasinan, La Union, Pampanga and Zambales.

    The Champions League (PCCL) National Collegiate Championship is sponsored by ABS-CBN, Phoenix Petroleum, Molten Balls, Fil-Oil Flying V Sports, SM Tickets, Fog City Creamery and Foccacia.

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    By the way, today's games started at 10:00 AM and not as what was written in the press release above.



    MANILA – Teams from the National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (NAASCU) showed the way on Day One of the Metro Manila eliminations for the Philippine Collegiate Champions League (PCCL) at the Technological Institute of the Philippines Gym Tuesday morning (October 28). Saint Clare College of Caloocan and Diliman College disposed of their opponents from other leagues to begin the single-round robin competition. READ MORE

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    MANILA – Diliman College and Saint Clare College of Caloocan booked trips to next week’s stepladder games at Tanauan City by ripping apart their respective rivals Tuesday (October 29) at the continuation of the Metro Manila Eliminations of the 2014 Philippine Collegiate Champions League (PCCL) at the Technological Institute of the Philippines Gym. The two contenders from the National Athletic Association of Schools Colleges and Universities (NAASCU) rose to similar 2-0 win-loss cards and will round up their schedule with a no-bearing match against each other on Friday. READ MORE

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    MANILA – Saint Clare College of Caloocan added another item to its growing list of achievements by topping the Metro Manila qualifiers of the 2014 Philippine Collegiate Champions League (PCCL) Thursday (October 30) at the Technological Institute of the Philippines Gym. The Saints gutted fellow National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (NAASCU) member Diliman College Blue Dragons, 64-58, to sweep the four-team single round robin tournament. READ MORE

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    St. Clare posts sweep

    Oct. 31

    D-League veterans Jam Jamito and Marte Gil joined hands as St. Clare completed a three-game sweep of the Metro Manila-2 qualifiers with a 64-58 victory over Diliman College in the Philippine Collegiate Champions League, yesterday at the TIP Gym in Manila.

    After a close first quarter, Jamito and Gil led a blistering second quarter onslaught to turn a 15-10 lead to a commanding 35-20 halftime lead.

    Jan Acebron joined the fray in the third as he scored big baskets, including a jumper with 6:21 remaining in the third period to give the Saints a 44-25 lead.

    The Blue Dragons staged a late game rally behind McArthur Enriquez as they managed to cut the deficit to just five, 63-58 entering the last two minutes.

    That was the closest Diliman got, however, as St. Clare showed great composure in the endgame.

    “Nagsimula ako sa mga role players ko. Binigyan ko ng konting minuto para mafeel nila yung laro,” St. Claire head coach Jinno Manansala said.

    “Masaya naman ako kasi nanalo kami, focus na kami sa mga susunod na laban,” he added.

    Jamito finished with 12 points while Gil contributed 10.

    Enriquez finished with a game high 20 points to no avail. Former JRU Heavy Bomber Harley Diego chipped in 12.

    Despite the loss, the Blue Dragons will be joining the Saints in the Luzon – Manila qualifiers on Nov. 7 in Tanauan. They will face the winners of the North Luzon and South Luzon qualifiers.

    In the first game, Philippine Merchant Marine School defeated Philippine College of Criminology, 89-64.

    The Champions League (PCCL) National Collegiate Championship is sponsored by ABS-CBN, Phoenix Petroleum, Molten Balls, Fil-Oil Flying V Sports, Fog City Creamery and Foccacia. Tickets are available at SM Tickets online.

    For more information, visit www.CollegiateChampions-League.net

    Scores
    ST. CLARE 64—Jamito 12, Gil 10, Ibarra 8, Acebron 8, Managuelod 7, Lunor 6, Dulalia 6, Redoh 6, Mendoza 1, Ambulodto 0

    DILIMAN 58—Enriquez 20, Diego 12, Quattara 12, Barranco 6, Protacio 2, Akpa 2, Agulon 2, Panogadia 2.

    Quarters: 15-10, 35-20, 51-42, 64-58


 
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