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Jason Runes
“Kitoy” and “Japoy” — La Salle’s master duo
Sports Feature // November 25, 2015

Some say that a good team is like a well-oiled machine, flawlessly operating without any problems. At times, it’s not just about having the most popular engine; with the right care and support, certain engines will run smoothly, regardless of its parts. The same can be said for coaches and their impact on their teams….

Student-athletes, persons not products
Sports Feature // October 26, 2015

On August of 2013, UP Lady Tanker Mikee Bartolome filed a temporary restraining order before the Quezon City Regional Trial Court (RTC) to stop the UAAP from applying the two-year residency rule. Bartolome was a gifted athlete back when she was playing for UST in high school. She won Rookie of the Year in Season…

Dissecting Rivalries: La Salle versus Ateneo, UST, and FEU
Sports Feature //

In a span of the near three decades since DLSU first joined the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP), a number of unforgettable events have etched themselves in the school’s sports history. A handful of victories and defeats have accumulated since then in the country’s premiere collegiate league, all of which shaped the culture…

UAAP: Green, Lady Spikers converge on the sand for Season 78
Sports Feature // September 22, 2015

The past two editions of the UAAP Beach Volleyball tournament have been tough for the DLSU Green Spikers. For two consecutive seasons, they failed to get a single victory in 14 games despite playing close matches against some of the league’s top contenders. On the other hand, the DLSU Lady Spikers are fresh off a…

UAAP: Tamaraws hand Green Archers second straight loss
September 13, 2015

The DLSU Green Archers succumbed to the FEU Tamaraws, 93-75, earlier this evening in their third UAAP Season 78 Men’s Basketball game at the Mall of Asia Arena. With their second consecutive loss, La Salle moves to sixth place with a 1-2 win loss record. The Morayta-based squad assisted on 22 of their 34 successful…

UAAP: Green Archers seek payback against FEU
Sports Feature // September 12, 2015

Coming off a tough loss at the hands of the UP Fighting Maroons, the DLSU Green Archers will try to get back on track against no less than last year’s finalists, the FEU Tamaraws this Sunday, September 13, at 4pm in the Mall of Asia Arena. The Green Archers were on the receiving end of…

UAAP: Green Archers falter against UP to drop to 1-1
Sports News // September 9, 2015

For five seasons, the DLSU Green Archers reigned supreme over the UP Fighting Maroons, registering 10 victories in as many games against a squad that finished 1-13 last season. One could not have perceived this easily from the way today’s UAAP match up played out, as UP survived a late La Salle rally, 71-66, earlier…

Spikers’ Turf: DLSU and NCBA clash once more for the final semis slot
Sports Feature // September 4, 2015

Do-or-die games tend to bring out the best in certain players. Some rise to the occasion while others crumble under the spotlight. Tomorrow at 5 pm in the San Juan Arena, the DLSU Green Spikers will face a familiar foe in the NCBA Wildcats as both squads will battle for their lives in the Spikers’…

Spikers’ Turf: La Salle settles for playoff with NCBA after falling to EAC in four sets
Sports News // September 3, 2015

Nothing can be more devastating than losing a game that went down to the wire. Such was the case for the DLSU Green Spikers yesterday at the San Juan Arena as they succumbed to NCAA champions Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals in four sets, 25-23, 23-25, 25-20, 26-24. The fourth set was especially heartbreaking for the…

Animo Rally 2015: GET IT DONE THIS SEASON!
Sports News // August 29, 2015

Solid — that was how the rookies described their first taste of being part of the UAAP. One solid unit. One solid start. There couldn’t have been a better word to sum up this year’s celebration of the annual pep rally that gathers all DLSU athletes in preparation for the upcoming UAAP Season. After losing…