Monthly Archives: July 2012

In the UAAP or NCAA, it is not rare to see high school standouts play for a different school when they enter college. We also experience seeing college players who transferred to a different school either from the same league or another. Everyone has their own reasons for moving, but the one thing that is common is the desire...
Still a work in progress. The 61-71 loss of the Green Archers against the experienced defending champions underscored the unfinished nature of the team, particularly the end-game miscues that derailed a last ditch rally. We almost had them. For the casual observer and fair weather fan, not very encouraging. However, the fight back from an early 16point deficit also highlighted the...
This was one great game to accurately gauge where we are this season. I felt bad about our loss to FEU. That game was ours and we didn't take it. I didn't feel too bad about this loss (but any loss to our archrivals, though, ALWAYS stings). It was an expected loss but not a humiliating one. We can...
The Green Archers spread love all over the statistic sheet in today’s collision with the Ateneo Blue Eagles, lording it over in several departments (offensive rebounds, assists, three-pointers made, turnover points) against their arch-rivals. They even managed to curtail their misses from the charity stripe, making fifteen of their twenty attempts from the 15-foot parallel. Despite all of this, however, several...
4PM – MOA Arena Previous Encounter: UAAP Season 74: 1st Round – ADMU def. DLSU 81-72/ 2nd Round – ADMU def. DLSU 79-62 Aside from Ateneo, the Green Archers will be going up against another formidable foe in recent years, the foul line. A lot has already been said and written about the team’s free throw struggles. We have nothing else to say,...