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Green and Lady Booters: New faces, better chances
by Garren Elorde
Sports Feature // November 21, 2010

The DLSU Green Booters are all about training hard and getting back to their old shape as a title contender. The line-up of the squad underwent an overhaul as key players like Kim Smit, Enrique Romero Salas, Rey Behag and Pat Laluces will be leaving the ranks of the three-time UAAP champions. These players were…


Green Batters and Softbelles: Whipping boys (and girls) no more
by Jewel Sumayo
Sports Feature //

After wallowing beneath the standings for the past years, the Green Batters snagged the fourth place last season, which is one of their best finishes. In the 73rd installment of the UAAP, they are aiming for no less than the championship. Team Captain Gabriel Baroque shares that the team had a fruitful offseason, as their…


Green and Lady Tennisters: Sky is the limit
by Vrigette Vuelba
Sports Feature //

Thirteen—the number of times the Green Tennisters from Taft had prevailed to win the UAAP men’s tennis championship. The 14th may as well be on its way. Since its time in the NCAA from 1958, DLSU’s tennis stars have been rewarded with numerous titles, with the latest one being two years ago in the UAAP’s…


Green and Lady Tracksters: Seeking redemption
by Jamie Lau
Sports Feature //

Once they enter the esteemed Rizal Memorial Coliseum, there will only be redemption in the minds of the Green and Lady Tracksters. Looking back at the UAAP Season 72, both the DLSU Green and Lady Tracksters finished with painful and distant sixth places. As the collegiate league turns a new leaf over, the Tracksters have…


Team-D Archers finish as bridesmaids in Fr. Martin Cup
by Bimbo Sarmiento
Sports News //

The DLSU Green Archers Developmental Team dropped a 71-59 decision to the National University Bulldogs (NU) Team-B in the championship game of the Father Martin Cup (FMC) held, Oct. 24 at the San Beda Gym in Mendiola.


Lim Eng Beng: The numbers can’t do all the talking
by Min Buenviaje
Green Gallery //

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 Green-and-White jersey and shattered statistical records almost on a yearly basis.


Green and Lady Woodpushers: The right mix of talent
by Ivan Evangelista
Sports Feature //

The UAAP season will start on Jan. 8 and the Green Woodpushers have already gone through inevitable changes when they lost last year’s silver medalist Dominic Layugan, a member of the last champion team of the squad in 2008, back when they were led by John Paul Gomez and another Former Rookie of the Year.


Team Revisited: The Great Leap Four- Ward
by Imman Canicosa
Sports Revisited // November 5, 2010

The year was 2001.There was widespread clamor for a so-called “war on terrorism” as the United States was still reeling from the aftermath of the September 11 attacks. The year was 2001.There was widespread clamor for a so-called “war onterrorism” as the United States was still reeling from the aftermath of theSeptember 11 attacks. While…


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

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…