Monthly Archives: December 2016

2016 has indeed been a good sporting year for us who faithfully follows the games of our varsity teams. As we end the year, let's look back at all the green and white teams that came out on top. Simply Trailblazing - January 28 We start from the other side of Taft Avenue with De La Salle - College of St. Benilde’s magical...
For the Green Archers, the 79th season of the UAAP began the moment they were booted out of Final Four contention by the FEU Tamaraws. And this new season carried heightened expectations, as high as they had ever been for this team. They had just announced that Aldin Ayo, the man who had piloted the Letran Knights to the...
I’m sure that most of the Lasallian community slept last night and woke up today with big smiles on their faces. The promise of a dream season has become a reality as the Green Archers fulfilled not only the pre-season hype and expectations but also brought back the UAAP men’s basketball crown back to Taft Avenue with Game Two’s...
There are a lot of what ifs that we can mention about that tightly-fought Game 1 of the UAAP Finals. Like what if Aljun did not hit that crucial trey to stop Ateneo rally? What If Jeron’s shot, wherein he was subsequently called for a pushing foul did not count? What if the smaller Nieto made the bonus foul...
Through 16 games in both the elimination and playoff rounds of Season 79, whenever DLSU needed a basket, everyone at the venue - from the fans and alumni in the stands, the La Salle coaching staff, and even the opposing squad - knows which player would be getting his number called. But with La Salle holding to the slimmest...