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    UP d. Mapua, 80-72



    SAN JUAN City - University of the Philippines made his 11th FilOil Flying V Premier Cup debut in style as they paraded a platoon of new recruits to down Mapua University, 80-72, at the resumption of hostilities Friday (May 19) at the FilOil Flying V Centre. The Maroons outscored the Cardinals in the fourth period, 26-11, to carve out the win and sending the Cardinals to their fourth straight setback. READ MORE

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    Adamson d. National, 78-72



    SAN JUAN City - Adamson University extended its winning run to five games at the 11th FilOil Flying V Premier Cup after the Falcons stopped National University, 78-72, in continuing action Friday (May 19) at the FilOil Flying V Centre. With the win, Adamson moved closer to being the first team to clinch a spot in the quarterfinals. READ MORE

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    DLSU d. Lyceum, 121-119 OT



    SAN JUAN City - Defending champion De La Salle University needed an overtime to hand Lyceum of the Philippines University its first loss at the 11th FilOil Flying V Premier Cup, 121-119, in the main game Friday (May 19) at the FilOil Flying V Centre. Andrei Caracut and Ricci Rivero starred in the extension to up the Green Archers' winning streak to three games. READ MORE

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    UP d. Saint Benilde, 77-70



    SAN JUAN City - University of the Philippines rolled to its second win in a row in continuing action from the 11th FilOil Flying V Premier Cup Sunday (May 21) at the FilOil Flying V Centre. The Maroons made short work of College of Saint Benilde, 77-70, sending the Blazers skidding to their fourth straight loss. READ MORE

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    Far Eastern d. Arellano, 87-81



    SAN JUAN City - A masterful defensive job in the second half did wonders as Far Eastern University subdued Arellano University, 87-81, in continuing action at the 11th FilOil Flying V Premier Cup Sunday afternoon (May 21) at the FilOil Flying V Centre. Still, Coach Olsen Racela remained unsatisfied as his Tamaraws almost had a meltdown in the fourth period that nearly cost them the game. READ MORE

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    San Sebastian d. Mapua, 76-63



    SAN JUAN City - San Sebastian College continued its hot streak at the 11th FilOil Flying V Premier Cup by taming Mapua University, 76-63, in continuing action Monday (May 22) at the FilOil Flying V Centre. This marks their third win in a row while keeping the Cardinals winless in five starts. READ MORE

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    EAC d. Adamson, 76-73 OT



    SAN JUAN City - Emilio Aguinaldo College sent shockwaves through the 11th FilOil Flying V Premier Cup after pulling off the monumental upset over erstwhile undefeated Adamson University in overtime, 76-73, Monday afternoon (May 22) at the FilOil Flying V Arena. So many heroes stepped up for the Generals who picked up their first win after two losses. READ MORE

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    Lyceum d. Jose Rizal, 95-87



    SAN JUAN City - Lyceum of the Philippines University banked on superlative second half efforts from CJ Perez and Wilson Baltazar to subdue Jose Rizal University, 95-87, in the main game of the 11th FilOil Flying V Premier Cup at the FilOil Flying V Centre Monday (May 22). Defense and teamwork also played a big role for the Pirates as they returned to the winning track after a tough overtime loss to defending champion De La Salle University the other day. READ MORE

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    Perpetual Help d. UE, 72-68



    SAN JUAN City - University of Perpetual Help System-Dalta leaned on the big baskets of Jack Hao and Rommel Mangalino late in the game to hold off University of the East, 72-68, in continuing action from the 11th FilOil Flying V Premier Cup Wednesday (May 24) at the FilOil Flying V Centre. The Altas thus moved back into the playoff hunt with their second win in four games in Group A. READ MORE

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    San Beda d. Lyceum, 96-79



    SAN JUAN City - The wait for San Beda College's debut was truly worth it as the Red Lions demolished Lyceum of the Philippines University, 96-79, at the resumption of the 11th FilOil Flying V Premier Cup Wednesday (May 24) at the FilOil Flying V Centre. The Red Lions managed to settle down after a poor start and turn the game wide open in the second half. READ MORE


 
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