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UAAP: Lady Spikers avoid late-game comeback, outlast Lady Tamaraws in four sets

Despite an incredibly shaky third set, the DLSU Lady Spikers bagged their fifth win of the season after defeating the FEU Lady Tamaraws in a four-set match, 25-7, 25-12, 22-25, 25-11, earlier today, May 19, at the SM Mall of Asia Arena. The team from Taft now holds a 5-2 win-loss record at the end…

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Behind the camera with Green Archers correspondent Martina Lao

While being a UAAP correspondent comes with a heavy list of responsibilities, they unearth a unique perspective for fans.

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UAAP: Lady Spikers record first defeat in Season 84 against streaking Lady Bulldogs

The DLSU Lady Spikers suffered their first drubbing of the season against the NU Lady Bulldogs in three straight sets, 22-25, 15-25, 19-25, earlier today, May 10, at the SM Mall of Asia Arena.  DLSU’s outside hitter Alleiah Malaluan scored 10 points, followed by Jolina Dela Cruz who posted eight points coming from six spikes…

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UAAP: Lady Spikers shoot down Blue Eagles in come-from-behind win

The DLSU Lady Spikers kicked off the season on a high note after dispatching their archrivals and defending champions, the ADMU Blue Eagles, in four sets, 22-25, 25-23, 25-18, 25-20, earlier today at the SM Mall of Asia Arena. Despite dropping the first set, the Taft-based squad quickly bounced back and combined their offensive and…

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UAAP: Consistent defense, hot shooting drive Green Archers’ win against Tamaraws

After a dominant second-half run, the DLSU Green Archers snatched another win at the cost of the FEU Tamaraws, 75-65, at the SM Mall of Asia Arena earlier today, March 31. Veteran Justine Baltazar led his team to victory, as he dominated the game with 20 points, 11 rebounds, and two steals. Also contributing were…

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Confined in still water: Looking into the 2021 PSI bubble

As restrictions ease, collegiate Filipino swimmers finally received an opportunity to dive back into the sport.

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Halftime Thoughts: Can individual sports thrive in the Philippines?

Nearly a month has passed since the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, wherein the Philippine team achieved its most historic campaign since the 1932 Los Angeles Games by garnering four podium finishes: gold for Hidilyn Diaz (weightlifting), two silvers for Nesthy Petecio and Carlo Paalam, and a bronze for Eumir Marcial (boxing), all notably coming from individual…

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Philippines’ most historic Olympics campaign

Team Philippines capped off its most decorated Olympics campaign ever with four medals, highlighted by a historic first gold medal along with two silvers and a bronze at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games held last July 23 to August 8.  After a 97-year drought, the country finally clinched the elusive gold in the Summer Games…

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2021 USG EB looks back on performance despite shortened year

For the Lasallian community, 2021 was a year of many firsts, and the same holds true for the University Student Government (USG). Extenuating circumstances brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic precipitated DLSU’s first-ever online elections, and alongside it, the USG’s first fully online administration.  Needless to say, for the current USG Executive Board (EB), many…

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Jumping over barriers with obstacle course racing

American Ninja Warrior, the obstacle course television show, has garnered massive popularity over the past decade, sparking interest in the ever-growing sport of Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) over the last few years. The Filipino’s talent has proven that they can make it big in the sport and be the foundation for OCR’s immense potential. Competitors…