Aguilar lifts Green Tankers to 1st place finish, Lady Tankers still at 3rd
by Brian Lance Tamayao and Jamie Lau
Sports News // October 20, 2011

Former Rookie of the Year Johansen Benedict Aguilar anchored the Green Tankers back to a podium finish, while the Lady Tankers exited third best  during the UAAP Season 74 Swimming Meet last Sept. 22-25 at the Trace Aquatic Sports Center in Los Baños, Laguna. The Green Tankers brought home DLSU’s first championship of the season…

DLSU Judokas: almost but not quite Judokas finish 2nd and 3rd
by Adiel Sam De Jesus and Vrigette Vuelba
Sports News //

One family—that made the DLSU Judo team standout from the five other competing schools in the UAAP Season 74 Judo Tournament at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium last October 1-2. It was resounding “Kaya mo yan!”, “Sa’yo yan!”, “Pin!”, “Five seconds more!”, “Good job!” Shouts, various tips, and the warm after-match hugs came from fellow Judoka…

Cholo Villanueva takes over Archers Team B coaching helm
by Brian Lance Tamayao and Jewel Sumayo
Sports News //

After the resignation of resident tactician Tonichi Yturri, former Green Archer Pocholo Inigo “Cholo” Villanueva stepped up for the head coaching duty. The newly minted Coach Villanueva led the Team B in the recent Fr. Martin Cup. Archers’ playmaker L.A. Revilla supported him, and served as his assistant coach. In addition, Villanueva is assigned to…

Aiana Lontok : One-Armed Superwoman
by Troy Santiago, Charles Usi and Danica San Ignacio
Green Gallery //

The saying goes “it takes two to tango,” but for DLSU Animo Squad’s flyer Aiana Lontok a good arm is enough to cartwheel, dance, spot, catch, fly and finish the rest of the routine. In the starting minutes of the Coach Rhufa Rosario-mentored squad’s hat-trick performance, one of its flyers, Lontok, dislocated her right elbow…

Once an Archer, Always an Archer
by Jamie Lau and Min Buenviaje
Sports Feature //

“I entered DLSU as a champion, and I want to graduate a champion.” – Simon Atkins Simon Atkins’ always said that he is aiming for a championship when he came to UAAP Season 74. The Lasallian community knows that they have failed to hit the mark. They were not able to force a playoff with…

Do today’s Green Archers become tomorrow’s PBA stars?
by Vrigette Vuelba
Sports Revisited //

For the past years, the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) has been home to Lasallian basketball stars that who thrived in college, and did the same in the professional league. The likes of Mac Cardona, Mike Cortez, Jun Limpot among the others, brought pride to the Alma Mater for their great hard court performance, humility, discipline,…

Lady Paddlers ends season as bridesmaids, Green Paddlers lands third
by Tim Alejandro and Jerome Alvarez
Sports News //

Two years ago, the DLSU Green and Lady Paddlers finished third. Last season they were both second best. This year, however, the improvement ceased as the Ladies remained at second while the Green Paddlers slipped one notch to third, concluding the UAAP Season 74 Table Tennis Competition. The Lady Paddlers knotted the best of three…

Ren-ren Ritualo: A walk in the rain
by Ivan Evangelista
Green Gallery //

A retired jersey and a championship, two of the biggest dreams a player can ever hope for.  Both are realities to Renren Ritualo dubbed as the “Rainman” after winning not just one, but four championships in a Green-and-White jersey. Playing under the famous Franz Pumaren’s system, he was one of the go-to guys as they…

Green and Lady Spikers caught in early sands
by Troy Santiago
Sports Feature // September 28, 2011

The strong winds and rainfall playing with the sun didn’t stop UAAP Season 74 Beach Volleyball Tournament to unfold once more at the hostile grounds of the University of the East-Caloocan sand courts. As newly-minted Beach Spikers Michele Therese Gumabao, rookie Camille Cruz and reinforcement Abigail Maraño finished the September 7 eliminations with a 3-2…

DLSU Shuttlers finish on top as UAAP qualifiers draw to a close
by Tim Alejandro and Charles Usi
Sports News // September 25, 2011

Placing either on the second spot or third spot for the past few weeks, the Green and Lady Shuttlers mounted a last minute rally to finish on top of the UAAP Season 74 Badminton qualifiers.