IT WILL be the Saint Clare College of Caloocan Saints that will be tasked to carry the torch for the National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (NAASCU) in the coming 2015 Philippine Collegiate Champions League starting December 10 (Thursday) at the Technological Institute of the Philippines-Manila and First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities in Tanauan City, Batangas. Saints coach Jino Manansala confirmed his squad’s participation in the annual tournament that seeks to determine the one true champion of Philippine college basketball. READ MORE
MANILA – Jorey Napoles stole the show as his clutch plays in the fourth period helped host team Technological Institute of the Philippines overcome visiting Mapua Institute of Technology, 70-64, at the start of the Metro Manila qualifiers of the 2015 Philippine Collegiate Champions League (PCCL) at the TIP-Manila Gym Wednesday afternoon (December 9). In the first game, Jose Rizal University sank PATTS College of Aeronautics, 90-63. READ MORE
MANILA – Technological Institute of the Philippines escaped with a 62-59 victory of the tough Saint Clare College of Caloocan and advance to the next phase of the 2015 Philippine Collegiate Champions League (PCCL) at the TIP-Manila Gym Thursday (December 10). The Engineers banked on key baskets in crunch time by Terence Tumalip and Raymond Alvarado to put away the visitors. READ MORE
The rematch has to wait a bit thanks to the typhoon!
SAN JUAN City – Defending champion San Beda College advanced to the Final Four of the 2015 Philippine Collegiate Champions League (PCCL) by ending the Cinderella run of Technological Institute of the Philippines, 79-77, Tuesday (December 15) at the San Juan Arena. Later in the day, Cebu City’s University of San Carlos tripped University of Santo Tomas, 82-72, to join the Red Lions in the next round. READ MORE
Anthony - is it true that there will be co-champions this year due to the typhoon delays?
SAN JUAN City – San Beda College and Far Eastern University claimed their halves of the 2015 Philippine Collegiate Champions League (PCCL) after defeating separate opponents Thursday (December 17) at the San Juan Arena. Both schools emerged as co-champions after organizers shortened the tournament due to heavy rains that hit Metro Manila in the past days. READ MORE