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  1. #31
    Goldwin Monteverde has inside track on vacant UE Warriors coaching job
    From: Reuben Terrado
    February 7, 2018, 09:37 pm

    GOLDWIN Monteverde is in the running for the vacant coaching position at University of the East.

    Sources told UE is interested in hiring the concurrent head coach National University and Chiang Kai Shek College high school teams due to his impressive track record.

    Monteverde led CKSC to numerous titles in the Fil-Chinese high school basketball leagues as well as to the NBTC national finals. Recently, Monteverde also led the Blue Dragons in the Metro Manila Basketball League where the team gained a slot in the NBTC national tournament.

    However, any transfer will have to be made after the UAAP juniors season since Monteverde and the NU Bullpups are in the middle of their campaign.

    Also being mentioned in the vacant UE coaching position are PBA legends and UE greats Allan Caidic and Jerry Codinera, who led the Red Warriors to their last UAAP title in 1985, and former PBA coach Koy Banal.

    The Red Warriors, who has not reached the Final Four since 2009, were left without a head coach after Derrick Pumaren was relieved of his position at the end of the last season.

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  2. #32
    Goldwin Monteverde to have full control of UE basketball program
    February 16, 2018By Matthew Li

    The University of the East basketball program has been struggling for the better part of the 2000s.

    In the men’s division, the Red Warriors last made the Final Four back in 2009. Under Derrick Pumaren’s watch, UE never made the Final Four, compiling a 21-35 record.

    Same could not be said about the Junior Warriors.

    After winning the UAAP Championship back in Season 64, the Juniors Basketball Team of UE has not made the Final Four. Their best finish during the last 16 years was two fifth place finishes back in Seasons 70 and 72. During the 80th Season of the UAAP, they finished dead last with a 2-12 record.

    That is why team manager Bong Tan, son of school owner Lucio Tan, personally talked to decorated High School head coach Goldwin Monteverde to take over the program.

    “Siya mismo nakipag-usap kay Goldwin,” said a school official who asked not to be named.

    “Confident kami na maiaangat niya yung basketball program namin.”

    With this, Monteverde will have to leave Nazarene School of National University after just one season. Tiebreaker Times’ sources added that he will bring his staff to UE. The Bullpups are currently waiting for their semifinals opponent in the UAAP Season 80 Juniors Basketball stepladder.

    Moreover, recruiting players will not be a problem for UE as Monteverde is still in charge of high school powerhouse Chiang Kai Shek College and still has his pool of student-athletes from the Adamson Baby Falcons back in the 78th season of the UAAP.

  3. #33
    Bullpups operations head Edster Sy says coach Goldwin Monteverde staying with NU
    From: Reuben TerradoFebruary 17, 2018, 06:05 pm

    Bullpups operations head Edster Sy says coach Goldwin Monteverde staying with NU

    Goldwyn Monteverde has denied reports he is moving to UE, according to NU official Edster Sy.
    NATIONAL University Bullpups operations head Edster Sy said coach Goldwin Monteverde is staying with the squad amid reports he has been appointed coach of the University of the East Warriors.

    Sy told said Monteverde denied reports he is moving to UE and reaffirmed his commitment to the team.

    “We met Thursday evening. Friday, we had NU Bullpups team lunch. Kasama namin Goldwin and he denies the said stories that are coming out,” said Sy.

    Sy also said Monteverde committed to the three-year program that began when he accepted the role as NU head coach last season.

    Sy added Monteverde already has an eight-year partnership with the current management team of NU which was also responsible for the title runs of Chiang Kai Shek College in the NBTC and Fil-Chinese leagues.

    The reports came as NU is in deep preparations for its postseason as the Bullpups will face University of Sto. Tomas for the right to face Ateneo in the UAAP Season 80 finals.

    NU will have a twice-to-beat advantage in the said series against UST.

    “We are preparing for our playoff run. Wag naman magkaroon ng ganitong issues now,” said Sy.
    Last edited by gensankid; 02-18-2018 at 12:32 AM.

  4. #34
    Mga guru, wala ba kayo balita sa coach namin?

  5. #35
    Goldwin Monteverde staying with Bullpups; UE still without a coach

    Goldwin Monteverde will not be UE's next head coach

    Coming from a loss in the UAAP Juniors Finals to Ateneo de Manila High School, Nazareth School of National University will be back next season bigger, brighter, and better than ever.

    While Michael Malonzo, Robert Minerva, and Migs Oczon will be graduating, the Bullpups will be welcoming with open arms 23 for ’23 Gilas cadet Carl Tamayo, heady guard Gerry Abadiano, and mobile big Kevin Quiambao.

    Add to that battle-tested returnees in versatile wing Rhayyan Amsali and scoring dynamo Terrence Fortea.

    More importantly, however, the boys from Sampaloc will still have the head coach who made it all happen.

    Asked if he’s staying on with NU Juniors, Goldwin Monteverde answered, “Yes.”

    He then continued, “Mag-stay ako rito kasi may commitment ako rito. Kailangang tapusin kasi mahirap naman yung biglang aalis.”

    This is the first time the so-called master recruiter spoke about his job status with the Bullpups.

    A month ago, reports broke out that Monteverde was leaving and heading to University of the East.

    The development, and later clarification, was first reported by Reuben Terrado of

    With this categorical statement, however, the NU faithful can rest assured that their high school program remains in good hands.

    Monteverde made his name in the high school ranks, leading Chiang Kai Shek to multiple titles as well Adamson High School and NU to contention.

    Along with his on-court results, he also has an impressive track record in terms of player recruitment and development with the likes of Gerry Abadiano,
    John Galinato, Migs Oczon, Encho Serrano, Carl Tamayo, and Jonas Tibayan having blossomed under his tutelage.

    Meanwhile, the development also means that the Red Warriors are still without a head coach.

    UE has been searching for a new head coach after former mentor Derrick Pumaren handed in his resignation late last year
    Last edited by gensankid; 03-21-2018 at 11:17 PM.

  6. #36
    Si Sir Rod Roque na lang din daw caoch ng UE MBT.

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