Monday, June 1, 2020

Monthly Archives: September, 2008

JV Casio’s final stand as a Green Archer

Contributed by: qwertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnm It's not everyday that La Salle sees a player as gracious on and off the court as Jvee Casio. The Green Archers have been known to the outside world for bringing in bad-boy bruisers in their...

Green Archers unsuccessful in title-retention bid

The Green Archers’ quest for a back-to-back championship ended after the Ateneo Blue Eagles outpayed the De La Salle Green Archers, 62-51 in Game 2 of the UAAP Season 71 Men’s Basketball Finals at the Araneta Coliseum.   The Green Archers...

JV CASIO’S TIME

Joseph Evans Casio came at a not so auspicious time. The Green Archers was still feeling the pangs from their  championship loss to bitter rivals, the Ateneo Blue Eagles, the previous season.  And with a rookie-laden lineup which includes the...

The View from the Armchair: Finals Game 1

The Green Archers failed to get a running start and lost to the Blue Eagles, 61-69 last Sunday in the first game of the UAAP championship playoffs. After matching Ateneo for most of the first half, the Archers allowed...

Do’s and Don’ts While Watching the Finals Live

It's the tail end of the season, and we have at two games to go. Of course, I'm assuming that we'll take game 2 and drag the Blue Eagles into a winner-take-all game 3 on Sunday. Ok, so you're...

Green Archers lose Game 1

The vaunted defense was there but the offense was wanting. The leads delivered but the supporting cast was missing. Blue Eagles vital cogs Chris Tiu, Severino Baclao and Eric Salamat were stopped, but Rabah Al-Hussaini was simply unstoppable. The Green...

How Important is Game One?

(Writer's Note: All record references are from 1994, the year the UAAP began to adopt the Final Four format) In a few hours, we will all be witness to the historic 3rd UAAP finals confrontation between bitter rivals, the Ateneo...

The View From the Armchair: The Finals

We're where we wanted to be, the finals, against our greatest rival, Ateneo. The most anticipated matchup in collegiate basketball will unfold on Sunday in the sold-out Araneta Coliseum. Nothing in collegiate or amateur basketball in the Philippines comes...

Tale of the Tape: Eagles vs. Archers

As they say, all records are thrown away and all stats are disregarded, whenever the Ateneo Blue Eagles and this year's defending champions, the De La Salle Green Archers play against each other. Winning is a matter of school pride. Numbers are forgotten. Nonetheless, the stats...

Flashback: The 1998 Championship

It’s been 10 years since the Green Archers won their first of four consecutive UAAP championships. Who could not forget this memorable game wherein we finally buried the stigma of four consecutive runner-up finishes the seasons before. The entire...
- Advertisement -

Latest News

List of ‘Super Classic’ La Salle games that you can watch at home

We know that most of you are stuck at home during these challenging and unprecedented times. And we also...
- Advertisement -

For Jade Fuentes, a spot on the court isn’t given. It’s earned

If you already thought that the DLSU Lady Spikers’ frontline this past UAAP Season 82 - for one game, at least - looked formidable,...

What Is Important To You?

Before we start this, let us stress that this oft times postponed article is not meant to demean, discredit, nor diss anyone or any...

The Easter of True Reflection

The first happy childhood memories about Easter celebration was the Easter Egg Hunt. When we were a lot, lot, lot, lot (tell me when...

UAAP Season Cancellation – What Does It Mean To You?

And so it ends. Finished. Finito. 30 (journalism's end number). Sad day, sad end, sad season. No choice. This virus, once dismissed as a non-threat,...