Monthly Archives: February, 2009

Fr. Martin’s Cup: Archers bow to Stags

Catch up was the name of the game. For majority of the game, the De La Salle Green Archers played catch up to the undefeated San Sebastian College Stags. The Taft-based squad had a few tastes of the lead...

La Salle in UAAP Women’s Volleyball Finals

by Theodore P. Jurado (www.journal.com.ph) After two seasons, La Salle is back from where they belong this decade, the finals. The Lady Archers unleashed their offensive might in the fourth set to...

La Salle wins UAAP Men’s Tennis Title

By Jonas Terrado (www.mb.com.ph) La Salle completed its mastery over University of Santo Tomas by scoring a 4-1 win to capture the 71st UAAP men’s tennis title Friday at the Rizal Memorial Tennis Center. Led by co-Most Valuable Players PJ Tierro...

Fr. Martin’s Cup : Archers fall to Red Lions

Maybe they were tired from their respective dates the night before? Whatever the reason is, the De La Salle Green Archers seemed to lack luster when they faced the San Beda Red Lions last Sunday, February 15. They showed...

Volleyball Teams finish elimination round on a high note

The De La Salle Lady Spikers secured the top spot in the Final Four of 71st UAAP volleyball tournament yesterday as it trounced defending champion Far Eastern University 25-21, 25-12, 22-25, 25-18 at the Arena in San Juan City. The...

Fr. Martin’s Cup : Archers secure win over JRU

It was another heart-stopping moment when a JRU Heavy Bomber released a wide-open three, with less than 15 seconds to go in the 4th quarter. The Archers were up by two, 65-63, and should the shot go in, the...

Women’s Volleyball: La Salle beats NU to remain on top

The DLSU crushed league cellar-dweller National University, 25-13, 25-19, 25-18 yesterday at the FEU gym. The Lady Archers remain tied with FEU for first place at 10-1 with only three more elimination round games left. Manila Santos and Jacqueline...
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DLSU Football donates goods to CRIBS Foundation Inc

In their mission to demonstrate that college sports still has a role to play in nation-building amidst the outbreak...
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