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Angeline Valenzuela
Green Gallery: Jamica Arribas
Green Gallery Sports Feature Student Spotlight // April 9, 2018

Students live a life where juggling academics and organization work is the name of the game; but that is not the case for fourth year Sports Management major Jamica Arribas, who lives the life of a student-athlete away from her home. Living in the bustling streets of Bacolod City, Arribas picked up a love for…

UAAP: Struggles continue for Lady Batters in loss to UST
Sports News UAAP 80 // February 15, 2018

In their sixth outing of the season, the DLSU Lady Batters struggled to find a rhythm as they were shut out against the UST Growling Tigresses, 7-0, earlier today at the Rizal Memorial Baseball Field. The opening inning found DLSU and UST tied as both teams struggled to score. The Growling Tigresses had opportunities to…

UAAP: Lady Batters continue to struggle, lose to NU, 9-2
Sports News UAAP 80 // February 8, 2018

In their fourth UAAP Season 80 game, the DLSU Lady Batters succumbed to the NU Lady Bulldogs, 9-2, at the Rizal Memorial Baseball Field. With a total of two hits, Jamica Arribas was able to produce a run for the team, while Mercy Arroyo also acquired a hit and one run. Moreover, Dela Torre of…

UAAP: Lady Batters stumble against AdU, 10-3
Sports News UAAP 80 // February 6, 2018

The DLSU Lady Batters suffered their second loss of the season against the defending champions, AdU Lady Falcons, yesterday via mercy rule, 10-3, ending the game in the bottom half of the fifth inning. The match started with a Mercy Arroyo triple in the first inning but inconsistent play soon followed for the losing team….

UAAP: Lady Batters falter against UP, 8-4
Sports News UAAP 80 // February 2, 2018

The DLSU Lady Batters were defeated by the UP Fighting Maroons, 8-4, yesterday at the Rizal Memorial Baseball Diamond. After taking the lead in the early parts of the game, the team from Taft was unable to hold on as it dropped its season opener. “Nandoon yung will to win namin para manalo kasi we…

UAAP: Focused Lady Batters hope to make noise in Season 80
Sports News UAAP 80 // January 31, 2018

The DLSU Lady Batters will be looking to improve upon their fifth place finish last season, as they hope to finally get over the hump. As their season nears, the team is eager to take the field and make sure this year is better than the last. After falling a spot short of the Final…

Making waves in the UAAP: Fahad Alkhaldi
Sports Feature // January 23, 2018

Behind every success story, there is always a point of origin. This then encapsulates the journey which one takes to achieve it. DLSU Green Tanker Fahad Alkhaldi (III, BS-AEI) shared his personal thoughts and experiences throughout his swimming career.     Early course Starting at the age of five, Alkhaldi already developed an interest for…

A journey through the eyes of the captain: Immanuel Donato
Sports Feature // January 19, 2018

As the UAAP Season 80 tournament of the De La Salle Taekwondo (DELTA) team came to a close, results were promising as the men’s team improved their overall ranking from last season to fourth place. Immanuel Donato, team captain of the men’s team, shared his thoughts with The LaSallian everyday throughout the competition.    …

Athlete Revisited: TY Tang’s new journey
Athlete Revisited Sports Feature // November 27, 2017

Tyrone Conrad Tang, more popularly known as “TY”, is one of the steadiest and most cerebral point guards that has played in the UAAP, as he spearheaded the offense of head coach Franz Pumaren during his playing days for the DLSU Green Archers. Tang went on to win a championship with La Salle before moving…

UAAP: De La Salle Taekwondo Poomsae fails to keep title, Kyorugi improve to fourth and fifth place
Sports News UAAP 80 // November 19, 2017

Numerous teams improved their rankings, while some fell from their standings last season as the UAAP Season 80 Taekwondo Tournament was held last November 14 to 17, at the Blue Eagle Gym. The De La Salle Taekwondo (DELTA) Men’s and Women’s Poomsae Teams were not able to keep the championship in Taft, falling short as…