As expected, the Green Archers easily hurdled the UP Maroons, 81-61 at the Philsports Arena last Sunday, despite missing Simon and Marko.
After playing able support to the Green Archers’ top gun JV Casio and rising stars James Mangahas and Peejay Barua, the 6’5 Rico Maierhofer literally stood tall in the Green Archers’ conquest of the UP Fighting Maroons, 81-61, at the UAAP Season 71 Men’s Basketball Tournament.
The Green Archers triumphed over the UE Warriors at the start of the second round yesterday, dominating UE for most of the 2nd half to romp to a 70-61 victory yesterday at the Araneta Coliseum.
Fresh from their six-point loss to the University of the East just last Saturday, De La Salle University made sure that no repeat win will be scored by their erstwhile tormentor.
With key players figuring in injuries, the Green Archers got a beating from the University of the East Red Warriors, 68-62, in the UAAP Men’s Basketball at the Araneta Coliseum last Saturday.
The Green Archers hurdled their opponents last week with relative ease, beating the Adamson Falcons, 76-61 last Thursday, and UP Maroons, 82-60 last Saturday at the Philsports Arena.
Displaying the team play that earned for them the championship plum last season, the DLSU Green Archers demolished the UP Fighting Maroons, 82-60, to claim their fifth straight win in six games in UAAP Season 71 Men’s Basketball at the Philsports Arena.
The Green Archers extended two winning streaks as they methodically wore down the Adamson Falcons, 76-61 at the Philsports Arena this afternoon.
“It was uncalled for coming from a senior board rep and I don’t think that is the right statement.” This is Coach Franz Pumaren’s reaction on the recent statements made by Far Eastern University Board Representative Anton Montinola that came out in the Philippine Daily Inquirer regarding the decision of the National Basketball Referees Organization (NABRO) to suspend referee Bryan Tabanag, who officiated in the DLSU-FEU game last week, which the Archers won, 73-62.