Monthly Archives: July, 2013

La Salle vs NU Game Reaction: At The Half

Now that the first round of the UAAP men’s basketball eliminations has come to an end, it’s time to sit back and take a closer look at where the Green Archers stand. The first obvious place to look at...

Bulldogs’ bite sends Green Archers crashing out of the Top 4 after the first round

The Green Archers failed to end the first round on a winning note after a tough 56-63 loss against the National University Bulldogs earlier at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Arnold Van Opstal led La Salle with 14 points, 7 rebounds...

La Salle vs NU Pregame: Roller-coasting Archers look to end the first round with back to back wins

  Before putting my piece for La Salle’s game versus National University tomorrow, everyone already knows that the referee who called for Gian Abrigo’s foul on Norbert Torres with 15 seconds to go last Wednesday got suspended for three games....

La Salle vs Adamson Game Reaction: Any Given Wednesday

The Green Archers staving off a furious Adamson rally. Enraged fans on one side and relieved ones on the other. Norbert Torres coming out of hibernation with a roar. A non-controversial “controversial” call blown way out of proportion. Jeron...

“Lowly” Green Archers avoid collapse. Beat Falcons

There would be no late-game meltdown this time. Just when everyone thought that they would appear headed for another disappointing finish, the De La Salle Green Archers showed enough poise towards the end to escape with a 70-67 win over...

La Salle vs Adamson Pregame: Archers look to end skid

After suffering two demoralizing defeats against the FEU Tamaraws and UE Red Warrior, the Green Archers look to stave off the sting of their past defeats as they take on the Adamson Soaring Falcons tomorrow, 4 pm, at the...

The View From the Armchair – Games 3, 4, and 5

And so the learning continues. The past 3 games saw the Archers achieve a milestone of sorts by taking a morale-boosting, long overdue 82-73 over the defending champions Ateneo, but dropped the next two games in heartbreaking and frustrating...

La Salle vs UE Game Reaction: Green Shaded Silver Linings

With everybody still reeling from yesterday’s second consecutive loss by the Green Archers, I’m certain most, if not all of the headlines written in the form of a recap or a reaction to that game has the words “another...

Late-game woes results in another tough loss for La Salle

For the second straight game, the Archers received yet another heartbreaker. From Arnold Van Opstal’s thunderous slam to Luigi De La Paz’s dagger buckets, the green shirts went on a frenzy with the smell of victory near at hand. Unfortunately,...

Another late-game meltdown by the Green Archers

Despite establishing a double digit lead during the last quarter, the De La Salle University Green Archers once again suffered a last-minute meltdown to eventually succumb to their second consecutive loss in the hands of the University of the...
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