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Inside the Green Mind

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…

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Lady Archers breaks through 2nd round, barges into final four

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…

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Archers drops out of UAAP semis hunt

Two years ago, with their flickering final four hopes at stake, the National University (NU) Bulldogs showed the DLSU Green Archers the exit door by ekeing out a close win that snuffed out the Green-and-White Squad’s slim chances of making the semifinals. Two years later, they did the same thing, only this time, the margin…

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Lasallian athletes banner Philippine flag in SEA games

Lasallian athletes will once again represent the country in its quest for the over-all championship in the forthcoming 26th Southeast Asian Games (SEAG) this November, at Jakatra-Palembeng, Indonesia. The eleven countries in Southeast Asian will participate in the games, with 42 disciplines to be participated by the Philippines. Athletes from the Green-and-White squads will  battle…

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Green Spikers maintain tight grip on third spot

The DLSU Green Spikers continued to assert their dominance in the Men’s Volleyball Division of the UAAP, as they defeated the hapless University of the East (UE) squad, 25-17, 25-15, 25-14, in a one-sided 53-minute affair, Jan. 12 at the Fil-Oil Arena in San Juan to end their first round of UAAP Men’s Volleyball action…

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Lady Tennisters demolish first assignment

Jan. 8 of this year marked the beginning of the UAAP Season 73 Tennis Tournaments as each team of the participating universities gathered at the Rizal Memorial Tennis Center to hold their opening ceremonies. Jan. 8 was not just about the beginning of yet another exciting set of wars on the tennis courts; it also…

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Hard-pressed Batters and Softbelles lose for the sixth time

Things did not start and end right for the DLSU Green Batters as they lost to the undefeated University of Santo Tomas (UST) squad, 5-4, at the onset of the second round of the UAAP Season 73 Baseball Tournament, Jan. 8, at the Rizal Memorial Baseball Stadium.

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Lady Spikers remain undefeated in seven starts

It was the match the DLSU Lady Spikers had been waiting for all year, and now it was at the third set, with them having already two sets in the bag, with a wide 17-8 lead at the third set.

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Intercol golf tourney tees off

In the past year, the green fairways have been the domain by the golfers from Ateneo De Manila University (ADMU). As they gun for back-to-back crowns, a slew of formidable opponents come their way, one of which is last year’s third-placer DLSU. The 2010 Intercollegiate Golf Tournament, a prestigious tourney pitting the best golfers from…

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Team-D Archers finish as bridesmaids in Fr. Martin Cup

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.