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Monthly Archives: June, 2009

Green Archers 2004 UAAP Season Recap

After fruitless campaigns in the preceding two seasons, the Archers were determined to bounce back strong in the 2004 campaign. Featuring an intact line-up led by Mac Mac Cardona and Joseph Yeo, plus the addition of the lanky Rico...

Green Archers 2003 UAAP Season Recap

After a disappointing 2002 campaign, the Green Archers underwent a rebuilding phase with a massive overhaul of the roster. Half of the Archers that year were neophytes while the rest had an average of only 3 years of college...

Changes We’d Like to See in the UAAP – Part 2

This is the 2nd of a 2-part series. To view the first part. Click Here Is the Board the Problem? Every year, the lament is the same – how to get the precious tickets to the most important games, such as...

Green Archers 2002 UAAP Season Recap

For most of us, this year, which started out with so much promise, ended up as a disappointment in more ways than one. What everybody anticipated to be another glorious season turned out to be a sad ending of...

We will miss you Bro. Ceci, Thank You for Everything.

We are deeply saddened by the sudden passing of Bro Ceci. He was a very good man and an inspiration to the entire La Sallian community. We here are blessed to have met him and be a witness to...

Changes We’d Like to See in the UAAP – Part 1

While we’re in that quiet period just before the opening of the 72nd season to open in little more than 3 weeks, perhaps it’s time to come up with a “wish list” for the UAAP. How could the UAAP...

Green Archers 2001 UAAP Season Recap

Despite their obvious deficiencies in height and depth, the Archers surprised everybody by nailing their third straight men’s basketball championship in 2000, thanks largely to the superb leadership of seniors Mon Jose, Ronald Cuan and Alvin Castro. With the...

Green Archers 2000 UAAP Season Recap

If there’s one thing that could best describe the Green Archers’ journey in the 2000s,  you could say that it’s been a helluva roller coaster ride. Throughout the past 9 years, the team experienced its fair share of glorious...

In Search for the King Archer

Our resident game analyst Nel gave his take on the current discussions at archerpride.com. The Green Archers struggled in the pre-season tournaments and it is evident that the team currently lacks someone who will assume the role of carrying...

Green, Junior Archers end preseason in setbacks

Two De La Salle Archer squads wrapped up its preparation for the UAAP on June 10 with the same result. The Green Archers was battered by NCAA seniors basketball champions San Beda College in the fourth quarter, resulting to a...
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List of ‘Super Classic’ La Salle games that you can watch at home

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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,...