UAAP: Green Shuttlers start on the wrong foot
by Miguel Luis Gayares
Sports News // August 14, 2012

“Kaya sanang manalo ng mens [badminton team] pero siguro kulang pa kami sa consistency (The men’s badminton team could have won, but I guess we still lack consistency),” shared Shuttlers Mentor Owen Lopez.   The Green Shuttlers were overwhelmed by the defending champion, Ateneo de Manila University (ADMU), 3-2, in their first UAAP Season 75…

UAAP: Rookie pair powers Lady Shuttlers past defending champions
by Charles Usi
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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…

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…

UAAP: Lady Archers stunned by Lady Bulldogs
by Brian Lance Tamayao
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After trailing by as much as 10 at one point, the De La Salle Lady Archers fell short of coming back against last season’s 6th seed National University Lady Bulldogs, 45-46, at the Arena in San Juan earlier yesterday. With 10 seconds remaining and Ara Abaca having grip of the leather, the Lady Archers were…

Green Archers continue skid, stand at 2-3
by Adiel Sam De Jesus and JC Gonzales
Sports News // August 5, 2012

Mano-a-mano, brother versus brother, Teng vs. Teng, the seasoned Tigers vs. the young Archers. In their very first collegiate game against each other, rookie sensation Jeron Teng may have outplayed his older brother Jeric, but the latter came up big for the Espana-based squad to overcome the Green Archers in a double overtime thriller, 84-82….

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…

Late-game woes derail La Salle’s comeback attempts over Ateneo
by Joaqui Flores
Sports News // July 29, 2012

A sense of hope spread through the sea of green shirts after Jed  Manguera’s trifecta shot swished through the rim. Unfortunately, that was to be their last hurrah.   After a heart-breaking loss following the one against the FEU Tamaraws, the DLSU Green Archers suffered yet another setback as they stumbled in their 71-61 defeat…

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…

UAAP: Revilla-less Archers absorbs first loss against Tamaraws
by Joaqui Flores and Adiel Sam De Jesus
Sports News // July 23, 2012

Disappointment filled the air as Almond Vosotros’ desperate, supposedly game-winning, three clanked off the rim as the DLSU Green Archers, playing without team captain LA Revilla, fell short in their heartbreaking 48-46 loss at the expense of the Far Eastern University Tamaraws last July 22 at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City.   Mac…

Going back home: A story of two Archers
by Brian Lance Tamayao and Vrigette Vuelba
Sports Feature // July 22, 2012

As high-profile recruits join DLSU, two Green Archers from the last UAAP roster stepped out and returned to their respective alma maters. University of the Philippines Integrated School (UPIS) standout Samuel Joseph Marata and San Beda Red Cub playmaker Roldan Sara were out of the 2012 FilOil Flying V Premiere Cup Pre-season lineup while the…