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Monthly Archives: May, 2018

Mark Dyke hopes for a basketball rebirth in return to La Salle

In his return to the Green Archers, Mark Dyke is looking to regain his lost confidence that made him decide to sit out for a year. The 6'3 forward hardly played in his rookie season in which he was part...

Desiree Cheng on this past season, her future with the team and being hacked on Twitter

It’s May 14, 2018 and voters nationwide are in their respective precincts, trying to decide which candidates among those who are running for village (barangay) chairman and councillors (kagawad) they want to lead their community. For one Desiree Wynea...

Green Archers steamroll Generals for 4th win

The DLSU Green Archers clobbered the EAC Generals 83-51 yesterday to remain undefeated in the FilOil Tournament. Rookie Taane Samuel registered a game-high 28 points along with 9 rebounds while comebacking Mark Dyke finished with a double-double of 13 points...

The Statement that turned things around for the Lady Spikers

The Lady Spikers may have only lost twice all tournament but for 11-time champion coach Ramil De Jesus, the team's journey to a three-peat was a tough one. La Salle experienced struggles right from the beginning of the season. With...

Bigger roles for Michelle Cobb and May Luna Next Season

Come next UAAP season, the Lady Spikers shall be leaning on veterans Des Cheng, Tin Tiamzon, Aduke Ogunsanya and CJ Saga as they seek a 4th straight title. But higher responsibility and expectations will be surrounding Michelle Cobb and May...

Melecio goes off as Green Archers post second straight comeback win

Behind Aljun Melecio's game-high 27 points, the De La Salle Green Archers notch their 3rd win in the FilOil Tournament against Perpetual Help - 96-83. Trailing by 7 to start the final period, the team went on a 20-0 tear...

Farewell to #5, #10, & #11: Lady Spikers by the numbers

This season’s finals, featuring an experienced De La Salle University team against a relatively young Far Eastern U squad, finally broke the six-year streak that saw Green and Blue fight for the UAAP crown. Despite finding the Lady Tamaraws...

Three MVPs and the Champion Coach

In the past, we have seen players stand out for the Lady Spikers on their first year. As rookies, the likes of Melissa Gohing, Aby Marano, Mika Esperanza, Ara Galang and Mika Reyes were already part of the team's...

The Lady Spikers were simply Three-mendous this UAAP season

Much like Game One of the finals of the UAAP Season 80 women’s volleyball tournament, the Lady Spikers weathered a first set storm and needed to work and persevere just a little longer than the FEU Lady Tamaraws to...
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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,...