Monthly Archives: October, 2018

No longer a force on offense, Green Archers rely on their defense to carry them this season

With a stacked roster, the Green Archers were a fun team to watch on offense in the last two seasons. In 2016, they had...

The Man of Steel and The Man of Steal

Seriously. You don't see the resemblance? My friend and I were walking out of the Araneta Coliseum when fans from the Upper Box section waved...

La Salle big men dominate Orizu-less FEU, solidifies 3rd place

Taking advantage of the absence of FEU’s Prince Orizu, the De La Salle University Green Archers flexed their muscle inside the paint - on...

La Salle still very much in control of their own destiny this season

Though La Salle is just a game above .500 (5-4), they currently have sole possession of 3rd place in the standings. But their lead...

La Salle moves on. Set sights on FEU

This is one game the Green Archers would want to forget quickly. Heading into last Saturday's game against Adamson, many expected the team would carry...

Shoulda Woulda Coulda

And they're back. Although I am always sad immediately after we lose a game, I am always amused (and amazed) by the nuclear fallout that...

Two-point first quarter, free throw woes doom DLSU

Playing at the Smart Araneta Coliseum floor for the first time this Season 81, the Green Archers didn’t quite feel at home at the...

Rematch Real Quick

Looking to extend their winning run to three, the Green Archers shall do battle once again with Adamson, the team they beat just a...

Vintage Andrei Caracut

This season, the players that are consistently carrying much of the scoring load for the Green Archers are Aljun Melecio and Justine Baltazar. But...

Ripening By

I told my good friend before the start of the game, that we should use Encho Serrano extensively in this game. I didn't know,...