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Charles Usi
Jins kick start UAAP Taekwondo
Sports News // September 14, 2012

Last year’s bridesmaids, the Green and Lady Jins waxed hot in the opening day of the UAAP Taekwondo Tournament last September 10 at the FilOil Flying V Arena in San Juan.   The Green Jins bucked an injured Xavier Stepanek for a 2-1 record with decisive wins against Ateneo and National U.   In the…


Archers-Bulldogs Round 2
Sports Feature // September 8, 2012

“We want to enter the Final Four,” reassured Head Coach Gee Abanilla.   With FEU’s nullified win against NU, DLSU is now just a game ahead of NU in the standings, heading into the Final Four. The Green Archers and the National University Bulldogs are set to battle it out tomorrow, September 9 at the…


Jed Manguera – The Lockdown Specialist.
Green Gallery // August 22, 2012

A masked Jed Bryan Manguera enters the court with four other white shirts ready for another tour of duty. This time around he has to guard one of the league’s top offensive guns and last year’s Rookie of the Year, Kiefer Ravena. Ravena receives the leather on the right wing. Driving hard, he found DLSU…


UAAP: Rookie pair powers Lady Shuttlers past defending champions
Sports News // August 14, 2012

In the battle of veterans and powerhouse badminton names in the UAAP Season 75 Women’s Badminton Championship opening day, the DLSU rookie pair of Aires Amor Montilla and Kristelle Dawn Salatan shined the most.   Going up against UE veteran Kimverly Gatpolintan and Diane Castro, Montilla and Salatan displayed class and composure to score a…


LSAL 2011-12: Unfinished business
Sports Feature // July 22, 2012

La Salle Athletic League (LSAL) 2011-2012, the annual intercollegiate sports tournament for all Lasallian undergraduate students, has encountered delays and questions amongst the student participants. Midway through the second term, LSAL basketball, volleyball and futsal games were suspended and rescheduled toting up confusion in the league. Come third term, some games were indefinitely postponed without…


Breaking UAAP openings and themes
Opinion // July 21, 2012

A couple of years ago, it was a series of mascot shows, trying to outwit the likes of the Justice League and the Marvel heroes. Then it changed. It went for an Olympic style parade; and now, it has become, as they call it, Unbreakable. In my stay in DLSU, I have witnessed two UAAP…


“Unbreakable at 75”, UAAP officially on
Sports Feature // July 15, 2012

It’s that time of the school year again. The long wait is over, as the curtains have been raised. The 75th season of the UAAP is now officially open. All summer long, the development of the new venue of the UAAP, the SM Mall of Asia (MOA) Arena, has aroused excitement from sports fanatics for…


Young Archers proves worth against PMMS Mariners in Fr. Martin Cup
Sports News // April 22, 2012

High school standouts and Green Archers Jeron Teng and Thomas Torres delivered, as DLSU drowned the Philippine Merchant Marine School Mariners, 91-54, in the 18th Fr. Martin Summer Cup last April 17 at the San Beda Gym. Xavier School’s Teng and La Salle Greenhills’ Torres hit 14 markers each that gave the young cast of…


DLSU caps off UAAP season in style
Sports News // March 28, 2012

Before UAAP season 74 officially wound up, DLSU unveiled its last few tricks. UAAP Streetdance Competition reigning champions La Salle Dance Company-Street (LSDC) successfully defended its title to cap off the UAAP Season 74 Closing Ceremonies at the PICC Forum last March 10. LSDC ruled the dance floor once more in topping all eight UAAP…


Green Spikers ends season via controversial call, clinches fourth
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The damage is done. The referee’s decision is final. “First time na ginawa nila [referees] na during game mababased sa review [to decide a play]. Never nila ginawa yun sa mga games kahit nagkamali ang tawag nila hindi nila inaano sa video, (It is the first time that the referees based their call on a…