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  1. #11

    January 23 results



    New Era d. UL, 78-73

    Jeff Comia bailed out visiting New Era University over host University of Luzon, 77-73, in the pulsating main game of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) at the Calasiao Sports Complex Tuesday afternoon. Comia scored six straight points as the Hunters broke away from the game’s final deadlock at 70-70. READ MORE

    PMMS d. PATTS, 98-93

    Philippine Merchant Marine School scored an important victory over PATTS College of Aeronautics, 98-93, as the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) visited the Calasiao Sports Complex Tuesday afternoon. The win allowed the Mariners to assume solo Second Place in Group B with a 3-1 win-loss card. READ MORE

    Olivarez d. AIMS, 105-58

    Olivarez College rolled to its fourth straight win in style via 105-57 demolition of Asian Institute of Maritime Studies to kick off the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) games at the Calasiao Sports Complex Tuesday morning. The Sea Lions in the process set a new season record for highest score and highest winning margin at 48 points. READ MORE


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  2. #12

    January 30 results



    Olivarez d. UL, 81-77

    Olivarez College used a strong second half performance to outlast University of Luzon, 81-77, and remain the only undefeated team in Group A of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) Tuesday afternoon (January 30) at the Technological Institute of the Philippines Big Court. The Sea Lions thus own the league's best record of 5-0 while sending the Golden Tigers reeling to their fourth straight loss. READ MORE

    Saint Francis d. AIMS, 99-47

    Saint Francis of Assisi College broke the one-week old record for biggest winning margin in a 52-point shipwrecking of Asian Institute of Maritime Studies, 99-47, at the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) at the Technological Institute of the Philippines Big Court Tuesday afternoon (January 30). Guard Michael Cenita set the tone for the rout as he scored eight points in the first period to outscore the entire opposition in giving Saint Francis the 19-6 lead which they never relinquished. READ MORE

    New Era d. PSBA-QC, 85-78

    Jeff Comia put up another fine performance when it mattered the most as New Era University held off a tough Philippine School of Business Administration-Quezon City side, 85-78, in continuing action from the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) at the Technological Institute of the Philippines Big Court Monday (January 30). The Hunters rose to Third Place in Group A and in position for a prime playoff spot with their third win in five games. READ MORE

    De Ocampo d. TIP, 97-79

    De Ocampo Memorial College welcomed back veterans Igi Boy Sabasaje and Jhonard Clarito in a big way by handing erstwhile undefeated Technological Institute of the Philippines their first loss, 97-79, at the resumption of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) at the TIP Big Court Tuesday (January 30). The Cobras thus improved to 2-2 to remain in playoff contention while the Engineers dropped to 3-1. READ MORE


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  3. #13

    February 2 results



    PLMun d. EAC-Cavite, 77-73

    Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa rained triples to frustrate anew Emilio Aguinaldo College-Cavite, 77-73, at the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) at AMA University Friday (February 2). The Marshalls thus moved into a tie with De La Salle University-Dasmarinas with a 2-2 win-loss record. READ MORE

    PATTS d. NCBA, 69-62

    PATTS College of Aeronautics returned to their ways by surviving the challenge of National College of Business and Arts, 69-62, as the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) visited AMA University Friday afternoon (February 2). The Seahorses led all the way and saved enough to hold off a late comeback by the Wildcats. READ MORE

    PMMS d. DLSU-D, 84-77

    Philippine Merchant Marine School kept its firm grip of Second Place of Group B in the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) by downing close pursuer De La Salle University-Dasmarinas, 84-77, in continuing action Friday (February 2) at AMA University. The Mariners have now won four in a row and improved to 4-1 to stay half a game behind solo pacesetter and lone tormentor AMA (4-0). READ MORE

    AMA d. UMak, 96-64

    Home squad AMA University bucked a manpower shortage to maintain its perfect record at the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) by whipping visiting University of Makati, 96-64, Friday morning. The Titans now tote a 4-0 win-loss card to remain alone at the top of Group B. READ MORE



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  4. #14

    February 6 results



    De Ocampo d. AIMS, 137-78

    Records fell left and right as De Ocampo Memorial College churned out a memorable performance in their 137-78 massacre of Asian Institute of Maritime Studies Tuesday afternoon at the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) games at Olivarez College. The Cobras were in fine form as they registered their third straight win after losing their first two games. READ MORE

    Olivarez d. TIP, 62-48

    Home squad Olivarez College survived an emotionally-charged contest and prevailed over visiting Technological Institute of the Philippines, 62-48, as the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) played the at the Sea Lions’ home for the first time Tuesday afternoon. Despite being marred with a pair of ejections, the game was well-played by both sides and in the end Olivarez romped away with their sixth straight win and clinched the top seeding in Group A with a game left on their schedule. READ MORE

    UL d. PSBA-QC, 89-84

    University of Luzon kept its playoff hopes alive with an inspiring 89-84 comeback win over Philippine School of Business Administration-Quezon City in continuing action from the 25th National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) at Olivarez College Tuesday afternoon. Mario Torio played the role of hero as he scored last nine points for the Golden Tigers to snap their four-game losing streak. READ MORE

    Saint Francis d. New Era, 84-71

    Saint Francis of Assisi College plucked a major victory at the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) by downing New Era University, 84-71, Tuesday morning at Olivarez College. The win was the Doves' third in five games and more importantly pushed them up the standings in Group A and stay in the hunt for an outright quarterfinal berth. READ MORE


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  5. #15

    February 8 results



    PATTS d. PLMun, 93-89

    PATTS College of Aeronautics spoiled the home debut of Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa, 93-89, in the featured game of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) at the Muntinlupa Sports Center Thursday. Silencing the partisan crowd, the PATTS reliables delivered in the second half for the hard-earned victory. READ MORE

    AMA d. NCBA, 101-50

    AMA University maintained its unblemished record in Group B of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) by blasting National College of Business and Arts, 101-50, in continuing action from the Muntinlupa Sports Center Thursday afternoon. Forward Genmar Bragais was all-business as he transformed into a one-man wrecking crew for the now 5-0 Titans. READ MORE

    PMMS d. UMak, 85-58

    Philippine Merchant Marine School continued its hold on Second Place in Group B of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) with a methodical 85-58 drubbing of University of Makati at the Muntinlupa Sports Center Thursday. The Mariners relied on a strong second half to post their fifth straight win against a solitary loss on opening day. READ MORE

    DLSU-D d. EAC-Cavite, 87-82

    Tempers flared as De La Salle University-Dasmarinas survived a heated match against Emilio Aguinaldo College-Cavite, 87-82, at the resumption of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) at the Muntinlupa Sports Center Thursday morning. The Patriots rose to 3-2 in the Group B standings while the Vanguard remained winless in all their five games. READ MORE


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  6. #16

    February 13 results



    TIP d. PSBA-QC, 90-68

    Technological Institute of the Philippines created a three-way tie for second place in Group A of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) after the Engineers stopped visiting Philippine School of Business Administration-Quezon City, 90-68, at the TIP Big Court Tuesday afternoon. TIP now joins Saint Francis of Assisi College and De Ocampo Memorial College who also registered convincing victories earlier in the day at 4-2. READ MORE

    De Ocampo d. Olivarez, 102-92

    De Ocampo Memorial College is now the hottest team in Group A of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) after taking down no less than erstwhile undefeated Olivarez College, 102-92, at the Technological Institute of the Philippines Big Court Tuesday afternoon. The rampaging Cobras are now on a four-game winning run after losing their first two while denying the Sea Lions a sweep of the elimination round. READ MORE

    Saint Francis d. UL, 82-62

    The playoff picture in Group A of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) became a bit clearer as Saint Francis of Assisi College whipped University of Luzon, 82-62, Tuesday at the Technological Institute of the Philippines Big Court. The Doves picked up their fourth win in six games to move into second spot in the standings behind undefeated and sure top seed Olivarez College (6-0). READ MORE

    New Era d. AIMS, 119-59

    New Era University clinched a spot in the playoffs of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) via a record-shattering win over Asian Institute of Maritime Studies, 119-59, at the Technological Institute of the Philippines Big Court Tuesday. The 60-point winning margin bettered the old season record of 59 held by De Ocampo Memorial College in their 137-78 win over the same AIMS quintet a week ago. READ MORE


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  7. #17

    February 15 results



    PLMun d. UMak, 96-75

    This time Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa made sure their home fans would go home happy as they disposed of visiting University of Makati, 96-75, in the main game of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) at the Muntinlupa Sports Center Thursday afternoon. All the Marshalls needed was a 9-0 run and then displayed great stability as they firmly held the upper hand until the final buzzer. READ MORE

    DLSU-D d. AMA, 99-80

    De La Salle University-Dasmarinas provided the shocker of the day as they took down the once undefeated AMA University, 99-80. The Patriots rose to 4-2 while clinching a playoff spot. READ MORE

    PMMS d. NCBA, 72-66

    Philippine Merchant Marine School continued to show its drive for the championship of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) by outclassing a tough National College of Business and Arts, 72-66, in continuing action Thursday at the Muntinlupa Sports Center. The Mariners won all their six games after bowing to AMA University on opening day last December 12. READ MORE

    PATTS d. EAC-Cavite, 62-49

    PATTS College of Aeronautics turned up the defense to subdue Emilio Aguinaldo College-Cavite, 62-49, at the resumption of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) at the Muntinlupa Sports Center Thursday morning. The Seahorses thus ended their elimination round schedule with a three-game winning streak and improved to 5-2 while keeping the Vanguard winless in six games. READ MORE


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  8. #18

    February 20 results



    Saint Francis d. TIP, 72-51

    Saint Francis of Assisi College clinched the second and last outright quarterfinal slot in Group A of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) via a 72-51 drubbing of home team Technological Institute of the Philippines Tuesday at the TIP Big Court. The Doves improved to 5-2 in a tie with De Ocampo Memorial College but earned the tiebreak thanks to their 96-85 win over the Cobras last December 12. READ MORE

    De Ocampo d. PSBA-QC, 107-90

    De Ocampo Memorial College roared to its fifth straight win by blasting Philippine School of Business Administration-Quezon City, 107-90, on the final day of the elimination round in Group A of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) at the Technological Institute of the Philippines Big Court Tuesday afternoon. The Cobras temporarily moved into solo Second Place at 5-2 and now await the results of the remaining game between Saint Francis of Assisi College and TIP to determine their playoff seeding. READ MORE


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  9. #19

    February 23 results



    AMA d. EAC-Cavite, 105-62

    AMA University welcomed back Andre Paras after a five-game absence to overpower Emilio Aguinaldo College-Cavite, 105-62, to formally close the elimination round of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) at the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics Friday. The Titans reclaimed the top seeding in Group B by matching the 6-1 record of Philippine Merchant Marine School, the same team they defeated on opening day, 93-61. READ MORE

    UMak d. NCBA, 64-61

    Playing with their season on the line, University of Makati claimed the sixth and final playoff berth by knocking off National College of Business and Arts, 64-61, on the final day of the elimination round of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) at the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics Friday afternoon. Aaron Yanday gave the Herons the lead for good with a basket at the 25-second mark, 62-61, and the defense held form for only their second win of the tournament. READ MORE

    DLSU-D d. PLMun, 75-67

    De La Salle University-Dasmarinas ended their schedule on a high note by disposing of Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa, 75-67, on the final day of the elimination round of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) Friday morning at the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics. The win kept alive the Patriots' hopes of snagging the second outright quarterfinal slot in Group B pending the results of the day's other games. READ MORE


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  10. #20

    February 27 results


    PLAYOFFS

    PATTS d. UMak, 93-63

    PATTS College of Aeronautics banked on the solid home court advantage to put away University of Makati, 93-63, and march to the next round of the playoffs of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) Tuesday. Jestoni Loyola and Joshua Diaz struck hardest in the fourth period as the Seahorses outscored the Herons, 32-13. READ MORE

    De Ocampo d. UL, 100-82

    De Ocampo Memorial College extended its winning run into the playoffs of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) by bombarding University of Luzon, 100-82, Tuesday afternoon at the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics. The Cobras have now won six in a row after dropping their first two assignments. READ MORE

    DLSU-D d. PLMun, 92-80

    Four days after they last met, De La Salle University-Dasmarinas repeated over Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa, 92-80, as the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) playoffs began Tuesday at the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics. The Patriots used a 31-point third period explosion and saved enough energy to repel a late rally from the Marshalls. READ MORE

    New Era d. TIP, 73-67

    Fifth seed New Era University opened the playoffs of the 25th Sta. Lucia Land National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA) with an upset of fourth seed Technological Institute of the Philippines, 73-67, at the A. R. Valdez Hall of PATTS College of Aeronautics Tuesday morning. Pint-sized Joel Plema stood tallest in the fourth period as he helped hold off a late TIP rally and send the Hunters clear into the next round. READ MORE


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