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    UE d. Ateneo, 72-71



    SAN JUAN City - University of the East drew super numbers from Alvin Pasaol to turn back Ateneo de Manila University, 72-71, at the 11th FilOil Flying V Premier Cup at the FilOil Flying V Arena Wednesday evening (May 3). In the end, defense saved the day for the Warriors as they prevented the Blue Eagles from converting in the last possession. READ MORE

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    National d. EAC, 87-85



    SAN JUAN City - National University came from behind to stun Emilio Aguinado College, 87-85, in a meeting of debuting sides at the 11th FilOil Flying V Premier Cup Friday (May 5) at the FilOil Flying V Centre. J-Jay Alejandro delivered the game-winning shot as he was about to fall on the floor with 16 seconds to play as he shattered the 85-85 deadlock. READ MORE

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    Ateneo d. UST, 89-72



    SAN JUAN City - Ateneo de Manila University ended its two-game losing skid by whipping University of Santo Tomas, 89-72, in the main game of the 11th FilOil Flying V Premier Cup Friday night (May 5) at the FilOil Flying V Centre. It was a welcome development for the squad that is coming off two one-point defeats at the hands of Lyceum of the Philippines University and University of the East. READ MORE

  4. #14

    Jose Rizal d. UE, 67-62



    SAN JUAN City - Jose Rizal University climbed to the top of Group A of the 11th FilOil Flying V Premier Cup with their second straight win in as many games by halting University of the East, 67-62, Sunday (May 7) at the FilOil Flying V Arena. Bernabe Teodoro broke out of his mid-game silence to save the Heavy Bombers with timely hits in the final period. READ MORE

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    Ateneo d. Letran, 78-76



    SAN JUAN City - After losing back-to-back games, Ateneo de Manila University is now on a roll with their second win in a row at the 11th FilOil Flying V Premier Cup. The Blue Eagles survived an intense fourth period to edge Colegio de San Juan de Letran, 78-76, in continuing action Sunday (May 7) at the FilOil Flying V Arena. READ MORE

  6. #16

    May 10 results



    SAN JUAN City - San Sebastian College, University of the East and Lyceum of the Philippines University picked up important wins at the 11th FilOil Flying V Premier Cup Wednesday (May 10) at the FilOil Flying V Centre. READ MORE

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    San Sebastian d. EAC, 79-54



    SAN JUAN City - San Sebastian College made it back-to-back wins in its 11th FilOil Flying V Premier Cup campaign as they bulldozed past Emilio Aguinaldo College, 79-54, at the resumption of the games Wednesday (May 17) at the FilOil Flying V Centre. All the Stags needed was a 24-6 first period romp and they were never threatened. READ MORE

  8. #18

    Far Eastern d. Saint Benilde, 73-67



    SAN JUAN City - Far Eastern University and new coach Olsen Racela made a grand debut at the 11th FilOil Flying V Premier Cup by crushing College of Saint Benilde, 73-67, in the featured game Wednesday (May 17) at the FilOil Flying V Centre. The Tamaraws leaned on the fine performance of another newcomer in guard Hubert Cani to send the Blazers tumbling to their third straight setback. READ MORE

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    May 17 Juniors Recap



    SAN JUAN City - University of Santo Tomas and Malayan High School of Science sustained their respective winning streaks at the resumption of action in the Juniors Division of the 11th FilOil Flying V Premier Cup Wednesday (May 17) at the FilOil Flying V Centre. Both squads registered their second win in a row to stay in top contention for two semifinal berths in Group B. READ MORE

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    Perpetual Help d. Letran, 88-87 OT



    SAN JUAN City - Gab Dagangon played the hero's role to the hilt as the lifted University of Perpetual Help System-Dalta over Colegio de San Juan de Letran in overtime, 88-87, in continuing action from the 11th FilOil Flying V Premier Cup at the FilOil Flying V Centre Friday (May 19). The Altas evened their win-loss card at 1-1 while the Knights were sent reeling to their fourth straight loss. READ MORE


 
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