Sports
Athlete Revisited: Lim Eng Beng: The numbers can’t do all the talking
by Min Buenviaje
Sports Revisited // November 5, 2010

Numbers don’t lie, says that famous adage, but they also do not tell the whole story. Back during the time when basketball players sported shorts that were so short it would get them arrested by the Discipline Office (DO) had they been current students of the University, there was a man who once donned the…


Dindo Pumaren: The bullet fired once more
by Charles Usi
Green Gallery //

Many have doubted, but Coach Dindo Pumaren and his young rebuilding squad proved them wrong. After being excluded from the playoffs last Season 72, the Green Archers regained a foothold in the Final Four standing and finished their UAAP campaign at the fourth spot. Under his tutelage, the young host of Archers clogged passing lanes and…


Green Gallery: Green Paddler Ted Bryan Yu
by Tim Alejandro
Green Gallery //

From a reluctant kid who did not have a sport to a seasoned veteran of the DLSU Green Paddlers, Ted Bryan Yu has certainly come a long way. As is the case with his team, who jumped from being fifth placers to bridesmaids in one of the biggest turnarounds in Season 73 of the UAAP….


Green Gallery: Lady Archer Araciele Abaca
by Jewel Sumayo
Green Gallery //

It looks like the Rookie of the Year plum has a liking for DLSU cagebelles. While Miller Ong managed to win the trophy last season, it was her teammate Aracelie “Ara” Abaca who bested other neophytes to win that coveted title this UAAP Season 73. It not only testifies to our laudable recruitment program, but…


Green Gallery: Lady Spiker Amanda Villanueva
by The LaSallian
Green Gallery //

After quitting her high school varsity team six years ago, Amanda Maria Villanueva feels no regrets returning to volleyball action. She first started receiving and digging for volleyballs at the school intramurals and later opted for volleyball, a team sport that suited her personality. An alumna of St. James Academy of Malabon, Villanueva is currently…


DLSU closes gap in General Championship with UST
by Imman Canicosa
Sports Feature //

The General Championship (GC), which would be the ultimate testament to the University’s superb athletic program and likewise a fitting gift for a University celebrating its 100th year of existence, looms nearer than ever. Perennial champion University of Santo Tomas (UST), however, is looking to spoil that celebration. If they once more win the overall…


Green and Lady Paddlers ascend in UAAP standings
by The LaSallian
Sports News //

The Taft-based paddlers just get better and better. At the conclusion of the Table Tennis tournament of the 73rd Season of the UAAP, both the DLSU Green and Lady Paddlers proved they have what it takes to warrant a well deserved recognition for their teams’ efforts as both of the teams annexed the second place…


Green and Lady Judokas place third
by Vrigette Vuelba
Sports News //

Three seems like a magical number for the DLSU Green and Lady Judokas. As the five competing universities entered the 5,000-seater Fil-Oil Arena in the heart of San Juan, the Green-and-White Judokas came in last with a strong and united but serene vibe as they walked each teammate holding the shoulder of the other, and…


Green Jins capture crown; Lady Jins settle for third
by Tim Alejandro
Sports News //

It came a little late but it tasted sweet all the same.
DLSU’s first championship in Season 73 was sealed when Lightweight Xavier Stepanek scored a 7-6 squeaker over University of Sto. Tomas’ Dane Pio De Roca, Oct. 2 at The Fil-Oil Arena in San Juan.


DLSU and athlete injuries: Are Lasallian athletes in good hands?
by Imman Canicosa
Sports Feature //

There is one thing an athlete may fear more than his/her opponent: an injury.
Whenever an athlete goes down on the pitch, the mound, or on the all-familiar parquet floor, there is always the sound of collective gasps, as spectators often speculate if the injury is serious or if the athlete can still be nursed back to his or her full health.