Sports Feature
Sports meme invasion
by Adiel Sam De Jesus
Sports Feature // August 22, 2012

Memes have been flying around social network sites in recent months. These fancy pictures that have one liner jokes are dominating websites all over the online world to the colorful world of sports. Perhaps very few if not the any could have imagined the impact memes would have when it started. The result of likes,…

Abanilla: ‘It’s a work in progress’
by Joaqui Flores
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After four games in Season 75 of the UAAP, the DLSU Green Archers have found themselves at fourth place with the National University Bulldogs, with both teams nursing a 2-2 record. The players donning the green and white jerseys have since improved after Head Coach Gee Abanilla implemented a system that would tap every player’s…

The Lady on the sidelines: Angeline “Billie” Capistrano
by David Antonio Escueta
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The University’s new courtside reporter, Angeline Bea “Billie” Capistrano comes from a family of hardcore La Salle fans. A junior AB-OCM student and self-confessed health freak, Billie will now be the Lasallians ears and eyes in each Archers’ huddle this UAAP season. Billie explained her reason for auditioning; she said, “I wanted to give back…

CRASH COURSE (Part 1 of 2): Navigating the UAAP venues
by Ronaldo Manzano and David Antonio Escueta
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Stuck at home with your television sets? Why not go to the venues and watch the games? Many have been confused with the directions to the locations of the UAAP games while some have gotten stuck in traffic and others have been stranded in the LRT. Here is a quick guide and set of directions…

Golden ticket: A guide to the UAAP ticketing scheme
by Brian Lance Tamayao and Marie Jamie Baltazar
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It is that time of the year again; the UAAP has started and university students are hyped up to watch the heated games and make a bid to secure a golden ticket either by going to the venue a couple of hours before, lining up in front of the schools’ sports office or haggling with…

UAAP themes before “Unbreakable”
by Miguel Luis Gayares
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Rivalries and confrontations have always been common in the UAAP; unique themes are not. A theme is a unifying idea that serves as the backbone of events that give a program direction and fluidity. According to DLSU UAAP Board Member Edwin Reyes, themes provide uniqueness to an event. Moreover, themes make an event memorable. Throughout…

Finishing strong: Archers versus Bulldogs Pregame
by Brian Lance Tamayao and Marie Jamie Baltazar
Sports Feature // August 18, 2012

As the first half of the season comes to a close, the De La Salle Green Archers are looking to prove themselves worthy of a Final Four spot. By doing so, they have to overcome the well-rested National University Bulldogs this Saturday noon at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. The two teams face each other once…

Struggle for positioning: Archers-Falcons pregame
by JC Gonzales and David Antonio Escueta
Sports Feature // August 11, 2012

The Green Archers had a quick 2-0 start to the season, but from that start on, it has been nothing more but disappointing finishes, especially as they are now on a three-game skid heading on the duel against the Adamson Falcons.  DLSU’s three losses include two highly-contested close ones that ended up on a disappointing finish, one of which…

The Bear’s Eye View: La Salle-Ateneo (Part One)
by The LaSallian
Sports Feature // August 2, 2012

by Norbert Torres Compiled by Brian Lance Tamayao July 28 is a red-letter day for Philippine basketball fans as two collegiate powerhouses clash against one another for the first time during the 75th Season of the UAAP; it’s La Salle versus Ateneo, green versus blue, and it does not get any better than this. Having…

UAAP Wars: Archers versus Eagles Pregame
by The LaSallian
Sports Feature // July 28, 2012

Nothing is more intense than when bitter rivals collide once more this coming Saturday, as the revamped DLSU Green Archers face the Ateneo de Manila Blue Eagles at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City. Coming off from a heartbreaking 48-46 loss from the Far Eastern University Tamaraws, the Green and White hopes to…