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UAAP: Green Archers outlast UE, 82-72, for second win
by Rain Leoncio and Juro Morilla
UAAP 81 // September 23, 2018

The DLSU Green Archers tallied their second win in a row after a dominant display against the Red Warriors, 82-72, held in the FilOil Flying V Arena. The win gave the Lasallians a 2-1 record which as a result, tying them with Ateneo and FEU for second in the standings. When asked if he was…


UAAP: DLSU Green, Lady Paddlers hope for double championship in Season 81
by Bench Peralta and Raphael Gealogo
Sports Feature UAAP 81 // September 22, 2018

UAAP Season 80 saw mixed results from the DLSU Green and Lady Paddlers. The men’s division finished in fifth place, while the women’s achieved their goal of claiming the UAAP crown for the fourth straight year. With the table tennis tournament right around the corner, the players and head coach Lauro Crisostomo gives a glimpse…


UAAP: DLSU outshoots NU for first victory of the season, 80-76
by Danielle Erika Capule and Bench Peralta
Sports News UAAP 81 // September 19, 2018

The DLSU Green Archers clinched their first victory in UAAP Season 81 after a tightly contested game against the NU Bulldogs, 80-76, earlier today at the Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay City. The win gave the Lasallians a 1-1 win-loss record. Aljun Melecio spearheaded the Green-and-White, recording 19 points, while Justine Baltazar chipped in 17…


Word on the street: Favorite moment of the World Cup
by Juro Morilla, Roberto Matibag and Hashir Masood
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The 2018 FIFA World Cup kicked-off last June 14 as Russia, the host country for the entire tournament, defeated Saudi Arabia by recording a 5-0 victory. The hype for football’s biggest international tournament lived up to expectations as the goals and last-minute drama thrilled fans all over the world. The spectacle ended on July 15…


Modern sports: Lasallians in competitive League of Legends
by Roberto Matibag and Bench Peralta
Sports Feature // September 18, 2018

Esports or competitive gaming is relatively a new endeavour as it rose to popularity during the 2010s. The number and scope of tournaments has increased significantly, going from about 10 tournaments in 2000 to about 260 in 2010 despite being established before the 21st century. One of the more popular video games played by esport…


Jiggy Taccad: Ushering a new era for the DLSU Dragon Boat team
by Juro Morilla
Sports Feature // September 16, 2018

When Julius Gabriel M. Taccad first joined the DLSU Dragon Boat team during his freshman year, he didn’t imagine that he would have a huge responsibility later in the future. “It was more of trying out something new and finding a home in a new environment.” It was indeed a new setting for Taccad as…


A look back at the best sports moments of 2018 so far
by Gabriel Garcia
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With the year about to approach its final quarter, 2018 has managed to exceed everyone’s expectations with iconic and history defining moments. From competing for individual accolades to representing the flag on an international stage, the world has witnessed yet another breakthrough year for sports. Underdogs emerged on top while giants fell flat, new stars…


Coach Susan Neri: Hoping to continue a winning tradition
by Katrina Mañalac and Renzo Miguel Mercado
Sports Feature UAAP 81 // September 15, 2018

Things are about to change for the DLSU Woodpushers in a short span of time. Aside from the adjustment of their season from the second half of the UAAP to the first, a huge transition in their coaching staff is also set to take place. Long-time head coach Randy Segarra is about to pass the…


Jordan Bartlett: Making the Switch
by Danielle Erika Capule and Rain Leoncio
Sports Feature UAAP 81 // September 13, 2018

Jordan Bartlett, a Business Management major, is one of the Green Archers’ prized recruits this offseason. While he has to sit out this Season 81, the transferee is eager to prove his potential in his first season for DLSU. Bartlett began playing in the UAAP last Season 80 with the National University Bulldogs in which…


Certain sports moved to first semester for Season 81
by Raphael Gealogo and Bench Peralta
Sports News UAAP 81 // September 12, 2018

The UAAP Season consists of two parts, the first and second semester. The first semester usually starts on September and ends in December, while the second half runs spans from February to May. Last season, Basketball, Badminton, Beach Volleyball, Taekwondo, Judo, Table Tennis, and Swimming were all played in the first fraction of the season….