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Mico Montemayor
Green, Lady Paddlers seek twin championships
Sports Feature // September 12, 2014

“Together with the Men’s team, we would want to give La Salle its first double championship for table tennis,” shares the DLSU Lady Paddlers’ team captain, Yanyan Lariba. There is no shortage of motivation for the Lady Paddlers after a heartbreaking loss in the finals last season. The ladies from Taft faltered against U.P. in…


Kurt Bachmann Jr.: A celebration of #33
Sports Revisited // August 31, 2014

Kurt Bachmann Jr., who unfortunately passed away last August 29, was the one who started it all for La Salle.


UAAP: Green Archers’ late comeback falls short against FEU
Sports News // August 27, 2014

Errors and crucial misses prevented the DLSU Green Archers from pulling away from the FEU Tamaraws and down the stretch, a crucial miscue ended their winning streak at seven. FEU’s Mike Tolomia missed a crucial free throw that would have extended the lead to three, but he still ended up with the rebound and put…


UAAP: Green Archers, FEU battle for top spot
Sports Feature // August 26, 2014

With a total of four teams boasting a league-high of seven wins, the competition has been highly competitive in this year’s edition of the UAAP. The DLSU Green Archers can break away from the group and become the first squad with eight wins as they battle the FEU Tamaraws for their second-round rematch this Wednesday,…


UAAP: Teng’s 32 points lift Green Archers past Ateneo
Sports News // August 17, 2014

Jeron Teng led the DLSU Green Archers to an 88-86 win over the ADMU Blue Eagles.


UAAP: Streaking Green Archers test rhythm against Ateneo
Sports Feature // August 16, 2014

The DLSU Green Archers are set for a rematch with their arch rivals, the ADMU Blue Eagles, this Sunday, August 16, at 4 pm in the Smart-Araneta Coliseum. The Green-and-White who are currently on a five-game winning streak will ride their momentum to try to topple league-leading ADMU from the top spot. The Green Archers…


Staying at home with La Salle
Sports Feature // July 13, 2014

An established brand of excellence comes along with donning the Green-and-White colors. Varsity programs of different La Salle high schools—including De La Salle Santiago Zobel, La Salle Greenhills, De La Salle Lipa, and University of Saint La Salle among others—produce top-notch athletes that compete at the highest level.


UAAP preview: What to look forward to in Season 77
Sports Feature // June 10, 2014

Another General Championship quest begins as the first half of the latest season of the UAAP kicks off this June. Heavy contributors to the GC race, twelve Lasallian teams will fight for the name of the school as they begin their respective competitions for the first semester of UAAP action. Last season, five championships were…


Fil-Oil: Green Archers earn semis berth, oust FEU
Sports News // June 4, 2014

The DLSU Green Archers survived a late rally by the FEU Tamaraws to notch a 94-89 quarterfinals victory against their UAAP rivals, earlier today at The Arena in San Juan. The win booked the team a seat in the semifinals of the Fil-Oil Flying V Hanes Premier Cup against the SWU Cobras on June 6….


A tribute to the captain: Abigail Maraño’s final voyage
Sports Feature // March 16, 2014

Never has there been a player as overly-animated as DLSU Lady Spiker Abigail Maraño. With UAAP 76 over, La Salle’s captain has exhausted her college volleyball eligibility and though she did not cap off her career with a dream championship finish, Maraño still has had one of the most respectable careers in the history of…