When one chapter ends, another is set to begin. The collegiate careers of Kib Montalbo and Santi Santillan came to a heartbreaking end last Wednesday as the Green Archers were eliminated from Final Four contention. If they had their way, of course they would have wanted a much better exit, maybe at the very least fighting it out in the semis....

The Way Out

What? Fox was right? When did that happen? Hahahaha. I have to kid. This is painful. But........DIGNIFIED. Truth of the matter is I didn't feel like writing an article immediately after this game. We had it. It slipped through. Well, that's the way the cookie crumbles. One has to win, one has to lose. Congratulations to FEU. Let's give it to...
It was a nip and tuck affair all game. FEU threatened to pull away in the 4th but despite their struggles from the field, La Salle managed to remain within striking distance thanks largely to their steady free throw shooting. Their first two point basket in that period came at the 2:47 mark. Up by four with over a minute left...

Want it? Earn it!

And just like that, the Green Archers' season is on the line. Unable to secure an outright berth in the Final Four after the elimination round, the team will now have to "lock horns" with the FEU Tamaraws for the fourth and final seed. What a bummer! La Salle had two chances to clinch it. From having a much better chance...
Wow. Wow. Wow!I'm stuck. And that was probably the feeling of the players, the coaches, and the community after a game like this.All of us are probably asking the same question, a question with a multitude of specualtions, answers, excuses, blames, or just downright speechless. WHAT THE HECK HAPPENED?Well, maybe I can sum it up like this: We are...
The premise for the De La Salle Green Archers was clear: win, and advance outright to the Final Four; lose, and things get a little complicated as entering the post-season won’t completely be on their own hands. Facing a hungry UP Fighting Maroons squad that wasn’t only trying to sweep La Salle this Season 81 but also end a 21-year...
We are down to the last game of the elimination round and the Green Archers' Final Four fate remains uncertain. What is certain though is that they have one more lifeline should they lose this one. They can hope for FEU to lose their last game to Adamson but if that does not happen, it will be a playoff. Tomorrow's game...