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    FEU notches .500 mark in Filoil at Adamson’s expense
    Bong Lozada

    4:28 PM | Saturday, May 30th, 2015

    Far Eastern University (FEU) charged to the .500 plateau in the Filoil Flying V Hanes Preseason Premier Cup as it held off Adamson University, 80-68, Saturday at San Juan Arena.

    From a 38-27 hole in the first half, the Tamaraws ramped it up in the second, trampling the Falcons to the ground as they owned the last two quarters with a 53-30 scoring margin.

    Tamaraws head coach Nash Racela said it was their defense that carried them in the second half and not as much as their offense.

    “From the very beginning, we focused on defense and made it our priority,” Racela said as his Tamaraws improved to a 3-3 standing in Group A.

    FEU stormed to a 12-4 run in the fourth with Monbert Arong making good in the break, cashing in on an open layup to give the Tamaraws a 71-62 edge with 5:40 remaining in the game.

    Then the Tamaraws switched their defensive strategies from man-to-man defense to a fullcourt press, then shifted it once more to trap.

    Racela said his team is learning to transition from one defensive style to another in preparation for the UAAP.

    “It’s something we are learning right now, I think it will be a weapon for us for the UAAP season,” Racela said. “We might have a depth this season which gives me the luxury to press on defense.”

    Arong led the Tamaraws with 25 points and two steals while Mike Tolomia and Roger Pogoy added a combined 23 points.

    Papi Sarr had a team-high 21 points for the 2-5 Adamson. ID
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    SAN JUAN City – Far Eastern University defeated UAAP rival Adamson University, 80-68, in the 2015 FilOil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup Saturday (May 30) at the San Juan Arena. READ MORE

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    Filoil: FEU punches QF ticket with win over EAC

    Randolph B. Leongson

    4:11 PM | Friday, June 5th, 2015

    Far Eastern University propelled itself to the quarterfinals, surviving Emilio Aguinaldo College with a come-from-behind 69-64 victory Friday in the 2015 Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup at the Arena in San Juan.

    The Tamaraws had to hold fort and keep the Generals at bay as they missed Roger Pogoy, who was taken back to the dugout area after hitting the stanchion on a rebound play midway in the first quarter.

    Still, coach Nash Racela was glad with the efforts shown by his players.

    “That happens. You lose some players, so it’s important the other guys should step forward,” he said. “It’s a little bit hard for the other players because they had to play out of their position.”

    Monbert Arong and Ron Dennison led FEU (5-3) with 12 points apiece, as Raymar Jose just missed out on a double-double with his nine markers and 12 boards.

    Hamadou Laminou paced EAC (1-7) with 23 points and seven rebounds.

    The Scores:

    FEU 69 – Arong 12, Dennison 12, Jose 9, Orizu 9, Bienes 8, Comboy 5, Trinidad 4, 3, Pogoy 2, Delos Santos 2, Denila 2, Ugsang 1, Inigo 0, Holmqvist 0, Roxas 0, Tamsi 0.

    EAC 64 – Laminou 23, Onwubere 19, Pascua 9, Pascual 4, General 3, Morada 3, Corilla 2, Mbang 2, Estacio 0, Mejos 0.

    Quarters: 10-15, 25-35, 46-48, 69-64.
    " Ang Sumabay Giba !!! "

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    Scary Filoil Cup moment as FEU's Roger Pogoy crashes head into goal post
    From: Mei-Lin Lozada
    •June 5, 2015, 04:48 pm
    FAR Eastern University forward Roger Pogoy figured in a scary moment in the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup on Friday when he crashed into the goalpost in a game against Emilio Aguinaldo College.

    Pogoy, one of the final cogs of the Tamaraws, tried to stop an EAC fastbreak in the first half but was coming in so fast he couldn't step on the brakes, hitting his head into the post under the basket at The Arena in San Juan.

    Shaken up, the FEU veteran forward was immediately carried out in a stretcher and medics attended to him inside the dugout as he complained of dizzy spells.

    “Nahihilo ako, nahihilo ako,” said Pogoy when asked what he was feeling.

    Pogoy was eventually cleared by medics and returned to the bench, but he was no longer fielded back by FEU coach Nash Racela. He ended up playing just six minutes with two points and two rebounds.

    The incident comes just weeks after a junior player of Jose Rizal University, CJ Servillon, died just days after collapsing in a tournament game. He was 17.

    In Pogoy's absence, Ron Dennison led the Tamaraws' third-quarter onslaught while Monbert Arong put the finishing touches to a 69-64 win that sealed FEU's place in the quarterfinals.

    “That happens you lose some players what’s important is you have players to step forward,” said Racela.
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    Tamaraws score come-from-behind win over Generals for a quarterfinals seat in Filoil preseason meet
    From: Mei-Lin Lozada
    •June 5, 2015, 07:15 pm

    FAR Eastern University advanced to the quarterfinals of the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup Friday following a come-from-behind 69-64 win over Emilio Aguinaldo College at The Arena in San Juan.

    Former South Western University ace guard Monbert Arong scored 12 points for the Tamaraws, while Ron Dennison came off the bench to finish with the same output.

    The Tamaraws improved to a 5-3 (win-loss) card and shoved reigning UAAP champion National University (4-3) out of quarterfinal contention.

    Even if the Bulldogs prevail over Perpetual Help Altas on Saturday, the Tamaraws will still advance to the next round owing to the winner-over-the-other rule.

    Hamadou Laminou’s 23 and Syden Onwubere’s 19 points went down the drain for EAC as the Generals absorbed their seventh loss in eight outings.

    The game also saw FEU veteran Roger Pogoy figuring in a scary moment when he crashed into the goalpost during a fastbreak play.

    He was later cleared to play by game medics, although coach Nash Racela no longer fielded him.

    The scores

    FEU (69) - Arong 12, Dennison 12, Jose 9, Orizu 9, Bienes 8, Comboy 5, Trinidad 4, Tolomia 3, Pogoy 2, Delos Santos 2, Denila 2, Ugsang 1, Inigo 0, Holmqvist 0, Roxas, Tamsi 0.

    EAC (64) - Laminou 23, Onwubere 19, Pascua 9, Pascual 4, General 3, Morada 3, Corilla 2, Mbang 1, Estacio 0, Mejos 0.

    Quarterscores: 10-15; 25-35; 46-48; 69-64.
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    Tamaraws end Scorpions’ fairy-tale run, reach semifinals of preseason tilt
    From: Mei-Lin Lozada
    •June 10, 2015, 02:50 pm

    FAR Eastern University survived Centro Escolar University, 73-68, to advance to the semifinals of the Filoil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup on Wednesday at San Juan Arena.

    Raymar Jose had 16 points and seven boards, while Mike Tolomia had 13 points and five assists for FEU, who are without Mac Belo and head coach Nash Racela, who are in Singapore for the Southeast Asian Games.

    The Tamaraws led by 15 points but allowed the Scorpions to close in with a 9-0 run, with Oneal Arim hitting on back-to-back three-pointers to make it 67-73 with 28.9 seconds left to play.

    "Challenge for us is we need to play with consistency," said FEU assistant coach Eric Gonzales.

    "We need to play with an attitude of grinding it out and being a hard worker."

    "What's important is that we rebounded on the defensive side, those turnovers should never happen again."

    Alfred Batino and Mon Abundo combined for 22 points for the CEU, which topped its group in the eliminations with a 7-1 win-loss car
    The Scores:

    FEU 73 - Jose 16, Tolomia 13, Arong 9, Iñigo 7, Orizu 7, Pogoy 7, Comboy 6, Bienes 4, Dennison 2, Tamsi 2, Escoto 0, Trinidad 0, Liwag 0

    CEU - Batino 12, Abundo 10, De Leon, R. 9, Ebondo 9, Casino 9, Celso 8, Arim 7, Vargas 3, Jeruta 1, Pagkatipunan 0, De Leon, K. 0, Anunciacion 0, Opiso 0, Saber 0
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    SAN JUAN City – Centro Escolar University’s magical run at the 2015 FilOil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup came to a screeching halt Wednesday (June 10) after the Group B top seed bowed to Far Eastern University, 68-73. The Tamaraws thus advanced to the semifinals this coming Friday (June 12) where they will play defending champion De La Salle University while the other pairing pits Jose Rizal University and last season’s losing finalist San Beda College. READ MORE

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