Lady Paddlers ends season as bridesmaids, Green Paddlers lands third
by Tim Alejandro and Jerome Alvarez
Sports News // October 20, 2011

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.

Archers ends this year’s UAAP run with a loss
by Imman Canicosa
Sports News //

With nothing more than their pride left at stake after being booted out of the Final Four race in their previous game, the DLSU Green Archers took the court last Sept. 11 against a squad raring to nab the third seed in the semifinals, the Far Eastern University (FEU) Tamaraws. It was the final game…

DLSU Tennisters aces Olivarez Open, warms up for UAAP games
by Min Buenviaje and Brian Lance Tamayao
Sports Feature //

With roughly four months to go before UAAP lawn tennis games, the DLSU Green and Lady Tennisters reinforced their preparations at the Olivarez-PHILTA Open Championships Intercollegiate Level at Sucat, Parañaque last Aug. 1-21. The Lady Tennisters took home the pre-season crown as they whitewashed a talented UST squad, 3-0, while the Green Tennisters yielded against…

LSAL: a new ball game
by Bimbo Sarmiento
Sports Feature //

With the UAAP basketball season almost over and volleyball action set late this year, the PBA’s 37th season kicking off in barely a month’s time, and provided that the NBA would come to terms with the best ballers in the world before the Oct. 9 deadline, for the meantime, DLSU have the La Salle Athletic…

Inside the Green Mind
by The LaSallian
Sports News //

Throughout the years, there have been many prominent names that have indulged themselves in writing about the Green Archers’ performance. Among the famous and controversial would be Tony Atayde Sr., who is popularly known as the Green Mind. Atayde is a former DLSU track and field star and basketball player during the 70’s. He hails…

Team Revisited: DLSU Golf team
by Adiel Sam De Jesus, Jewel Sumayo and Tim Alejandro
Sports Revisited //

Golf is a sport where the playing field is not a wood-panelled arena, but an idyllic, wind-swept course dotted with lush trees and rolling hills. It is bereft of referees or judges whose in-game decisions can sometimes affect the complexion and even the outcome of the matches, and is also less physically demanding than its…

Lady Archers breaks through 2nd round, barges into final four
by Adiel Sam De Jesus, Jerome Alvarez and Brian Lance Tamayao
Sports News //

While their male counterparts lost in the UAAP semis bout, the Lady Archers are headed straight back to the final four of the UAAP Season 74 Women’s Basketball tournament. The Green-and-White cagebelles secured a post-season berth after dispatching UE, Ateneo and Adamson to hike a 5-0 winning rally at the start of the second round…