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Patrick Quintero
Green Journal: Ben Mbala v.7
Sports Feature // December 4, 2016

It’s four days before the UAAP Season 79 Finals. The DLSU Green Archers are still waiting to see who they will face, between the ADMU Blue Eagles and the FEU Tamaraws. Almost half an hour past 8 pm and the team has already been running sets for hours, vying to perfect their play. Mid-play, Coach…

UAAP Finals: DLSU survives gritty ADMU, moves one step closer to championship
Sports News UAAP 79 // December 3, 2016

While it wasn’t the prettiest of wins, the DLSU Green Archers did just enough to defeat the ADMU Blue Eagles, 67-65, in game one of the finals earlier today at the Mall of Asia Arena. In a breathtaking game, it was a Jeron Teng layup in the dying moments of the fourth quarter that proved…

UAAP Finals: DLSU Basketball aims to take first step towards glory
Sports News UAAP 79 // December 2, 2016

Both the DLSU Green Archers and Lady Archers will open their respective championship campaigns in back-to-back tilts tomorrow, Saturday, December 3, at the Mall of Asia Arena. The Green Archers will look to make a statement against the team that has provided the only dent in their season so far, the ADMU Blue Eagles. While…

UAAP Final Four: Lady Archers crush UE, 72-50, book first trip to the finals in three years
Sports News UAAP 79 // November 30, 2016

The DLSU Lady Archers return to the finals after failing to do so in the two previous seasons. The Green-and-White defeated the UE Lady Warriors, 72-50. Leading the way for La Salle was Khate Castillo, who finished with 23 points and six rebounds, while Love St. Domingo scored 22 points in the losing effort for…

UAAP Final Four: Lady Archers go up against UE Lady Warriors, look to clinch finals berth
Sports News UAAP 79 // November 29, 2016

Finishing the elimination round with an impressive 11-3 win-loss record, the DLSU Lady Archers enter the Final Four as the second seed and will stake their twice-to-beat advantage against the UE Lady Warriors tomorrow, November 30, at 12 noon, at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. With the NU Lady Bulldogs finishing the elimination round with a…

UniGames: Woodpushers bring home gold, DLSU Spikers and Men’s Football Team fall short
Sports News // November 27, 2016

As part of their preparation for the upcoming second semester of the UAAP, a number of teams frequently join the annual Philippine University Games (UniGames). Last October 24 to 30, five DLSU varsity teams traveled to this year’s UniGames host city, Dumaguete, to test out their skills and chemistry prior to their respective seasons. Out…

Towards the same goal: The De La Salle Floorball Club
Sports Feature // November 26, 2016

Hockey is a well-known sport in western countries. It requires speed, strength, and decision-making while skating on ice. However, for eastern countries like the Philippines, the heat in the country makes any sport related to ice skating relatively inaccessible. Luckily, there is such a sport that brings the same atmosphere and intensity to the country….

UAAP Cheerdance: Animo Squad stays at sixth, NU secures dynasty with four-peat
Sports News UAAP 79 // November 19, 2016

One of the most awaited events of the season, the UAAP Cheerdance Competition (CDC) also became one of the most emotional with several ups and downs. The DLSU Animo Squad maintained their sixth place finish from last year, garnering 560.5 points, continuing their podium finish drought. The defending champions, the NU Pep Squad, etched themselves…

UAAP: DLSU Animo Squad locked and loaded for Season 79 CDC
Sports News UAAP 79 // November 17, 2016

With 2016 coming to a close, the cheerdance community is gearing up for the much-anticipated UAAP Season 79 Cheerdance Competition (CDC). This year’s team to beat is the NU Pep Squad, who has successfully defended their title for three consecutive years. In this year’s competition, the DLSU Animo Squad is looking to come out strong…

Road to redemption: Camille Claro and Khate Castillo
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With Season 78 Mythical Five member Ara Abaca and team captain Alyanna Ong playing out their eligibility at the end of last season, there was a need for a veteran Lady Archer to step up and take on the leadership roles left behind by the aforementioned players. While it has taken a team effort for…