Monthly Archives: December, 2017

Ben Mbala calls it a collegiate career. Set to play pro ball in Mexico

The 2-time UAAP MVP is ready to move on to the next chapter of his basketball journey. After two seasons with the Green Archers, Ben Mbala formally announced today that he will be leaving the team. https://twitter.com/benmbala/status/943996884691152897 It has been reported as...

Coach Aldin Ayo expected to return next season

Despite being unsuccessful in defending the UAAP men's basketball title this past season, expect head coach Aldin Ayo and his staff to be back next year. In a statement issued by team management, Ayo continues to have their full support....

Final Thoughts on the Green Archers’ Season

We can go on and come up with excuses as to why the Green Archers were unable to defend their UAAP title. They no longer had Jeron Teng and several key veterans, Two of our three consistent scorers are...

Green Archers denied of back-to-back titles.

The DLSU Green Archers let back-to-back titles slip from their grasps, losing Game 3 of the UAAP Season 80 men’s basketball finals to the Ateneo Blue Eagles, 86-88, at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. After entering the fourth quarter tied...

It’s All or Nothing for the Green Archers in Game 3

Hate to admit it, but this writer was perhaps among the many who almost surrendered when the Green Archers were down 21 in the second period of game 2. The way Ateneo was shooting the lights out and given...

The heart of a champion: La Salle refused to lose despite being down by 21

“Don’t ever underestimate the heart of a champion.” It’s one of the oldest statements in sports, a saying that sometimes borders on the line of becoming a cliche. But there was no better way to explain the miraculous comeback the...
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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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