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Monthly Archives: March, 2018

10th straight semis is nice, but the Lady Spikers have a much better streak that they want to sustain.

The Lady Spikers are in the semis. So what's new? With their dominating straight-set win over UE yesterday, the defending champions earn their 10th straight trip to the post-elimination round phase. Under coach Ramil De Jesus, La Salle has only...

Blue Eaglet Joaqui Manuel’s commitment to DLSU is an encouraging development

After almost 20 years, an Eagle has made a direct landing to Taft Avenue. As officially announced yesterday, Joaqui Manuel of recently-crowned UAAP Juniors Basketball champion Ateneo has committed to go to De La Salle University for college and play...

Lady Spikers win 4th straight but look far from finished product

In a game of big leads, tactical ploys, and quick in-game adjustments, the DLSU Lady Spikers repeated over the FEU Lady Tamaraws 25-17, 21-25, 16-25, 25-20, 15-5 to sweep their two-game regular season series at the Filoil Flying V...

La Salle remains on top with comeback win over FEU

Just like in their first round match, it went the full distance. However, it was the Lady Spikers turn to do the comeback trail. The comeback was a success this time. Behind 18 points each by Kim Dy and Majoy...

Lady Spikers working on that Killer’s Instinct

With two straight-set wins to start the second round, things are starting to take shape for the Lady Spikers as they look to keep the momentum going in their succeeding matches. Claiming the momentary lead in the team standings at...

La Salle breezes past UP to claim solo leadership

In less than an hour and a half.That is all the time the rejuvenated Lady Spikers needed to dismantle UP in straight sets 25-15, 25-19, 25-19 to claim solo leadership in the standings at 7-2.Riding on the momentum from...

Lady Spikers back-up ‘Swag’ with great play on the court

Similar to what the DLSU Lady Spikers have been doing in the past two UAAP seasons, La Salle got back at a first round tormentor and displayed a whole lot of swag and end-game composure in sweeping the NU...

Former NU guard Jordan Bartlett moves to DLSU

As posted in his Twitter account today, guard Jordan Bartlett announced that he will be moving to DLSU after a one year stint with NU. In his only season playing for the Bulldogs last year, Bartlett averaged 4.2 points,...

How Coach Ramil inspired Kim Dy’s breakout game

Determined to make up from a disappointing performance a week ago, Kim Dy came up big in last Saturday's win against Ateneo. Playing in her final UAAP season, she tallied 21 points to go along with 7 blocks in...

4 C’s for DLSU in Round2: Complacency, Consistency, Character & Cobb

Like the previous two seasons, the two-time defending champion DLSU Lady Spikers finished their first seven games of the UAAP women’s volleyball tournament toting 5-2 win-loss cards. Leaning on the past two Finals MVPs, Kim Kianna Dy on the...
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Green Archers, Coach Derrick Pumaren are in it for the long haul

2020 from 1991. My goodness!!!!! Thirty years!!!!! How time flies. That's how long Manong Derrick Pumarens' coaching journey took...
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What’s in a Word?

Wow what a quarantine period it has been so far. Less than three months into this crap, a plethora of history happened.I mean between...

What if Ben Mbala played 4 UAAP seasons for La Salle?

Make no mistake about it, Ben Mbala is a transcending figure that left a remarkable legacy in the collegiate game. His stellar performance in his...

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 know that you all miss...

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,...