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UAAP Season 71: Archers settle for a tie for 2nd, battle FEU in the playoff.

Just like last season, the Green Archers seemed to want to go the hard way.

UAAP Season 71: Green Archers overcome Falcons in OT

The DLSU Green Archers needed an extra five minutes to dispose of the Adamson Falcons, 84-79 in Season  71 of the UAAP Men's Basketball Tournament at the Philsports Arena.

We Were Archers

Maui saves the day for Green Archers

Rookie Maui Villanueva made, what would probably be the most memorable basket of his rookie year, as the Green Archers escape with a victory over the UST Growling Tigers, 81-79 at the UAAP Season 71 Men’s Basketball Tournament at the Araneta Coliseum.

The View From the Armchair: Game 11 vs FEU

The Green Archers failed to play their usual game last Saturday and went down to the fired-up FEU Tamaraws, 75-83 at the Philsports Arena. Except for the first quarter which ended in a 14-all tie, the Archers were outscored in the last three quarters, 18-23 (Q2), 15-17 (Q3), and 28-29 (Q4). The defense was inconsistent, with the Archers allowing the tams to tally 83 points. This represented the highest score of a La Salle opponent so far this UAAP season.

Green Archers get railroaded by Tamaraws

The Green Archers wanted to give a winning send-off for Coach Franz Pumaren, who will be missing the Archers final three elimination games to coach the RP Youth Team, but the FEU Tamaraws wanted to have a party of their own as the Morayta-based squad score an 83-75 victory over the defending champions.

The View From the Armchair: Game 10 vs NU

Coming from a 1-week layoff, the Green Archers came out flat and fell behind by as many as 15 points before recovering in the second half to overwhelm the NU Bulldogs 79-67 last Saturday at the Philsports Arena. A combination of factors may have lulled the Archers into thinking that NU would be easy pickings: the relatively easy first round 93-69 victory, the 2-7 W-L record of the Bulldogs, and the injuries Jahnke and Garcia suffered against UE. Boy were they wrong.