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Monthly Archives: October, 2015

Greenstincts: Sticking with the Green Archers through thick and thin

De La Salle versus National U Part Two was really a perfect example of how a system built on the foundation of basic fundamentals and teamwork can overcome brilliant individual performances. When NU’s Kyle Neypes went down with an...

The Clipboard: Final Four-ward La Salle

A lot has already been said about last Saturday’s heartbreaking loss to Adamson. Heartbreaking is an understatement when this game should have been theirs from the beginning had they just played their normal game. But the questions is, what...

Greenstincts: When will La Salle wake up?

In a span for 30 actual minutes and 15:22 of official game time, my line of thinking went from wondering how big La Salle’s winning margin against Adamson might be to “please, please, send this game into overtime!” In...

The Clipboard: Green Archers aim to clip the Falcons one more time

Glad that game against FEU last Sunday was called off due to bad weather. Honestly, the Green Archers aren’t ready to face the Tamaraws just yet and had they lost, it would put them just a game ahead of those...

DLSU v UST and UE – Getting there, but not quite yet.

After 2 games in the second round, the De La Salle Green Archers are at 5-4 after losing a heartbreak to the UST Growling Tigers but winning against the UE Red Warriors. Similar Tactics, Two Different Games It’s interesting how these...

Greenstincts: DLSU’s Final Four push begins now

The best thing when the final buzzer sounded was that, based on their current standings, La Salle and UE won’t have to meet again until Season 79. It also means, for this year at least, saying goodbye to the...

The Clipboard: Green Archers look to put some separation between themselves and UE

Just when we all thought that things will start to turn our way after that big win over Ateneo a week ago, the Green Archers’ up-and-down season hit another bump Sunday with a come-from-behind loss to UST. Not a...

Greenstincts: Waiting for a complete, 40-minute game by the Archers

So much for La Salle sweeping the second round of Season 78. Yesterday’s game pretty much sums up both team’s characteristics this season: UST being this year’s comeback/come-from-behind team and DLSU’s inability to play a complete 40 minutes of good...

Archers begin second round with loss as Tigers surge ahead in fourth period   

In their first meeting, the storm came in the form of a barrage of three-pointers, seven in all, unleashed in the third quarter by guys like Louie Vigil and Kyle Suarez. This time, it was Ed Daquioag barrelling his way...

The Clipboard: Taming the Growling Tigers

Once again, the Green Archers of De La Salle will be put into a stern test as they start their UAAP Season 78 second round campaign in the men's basketball tournament this coming Sunday against a red-hot University of...
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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...
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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,...