In the history of the UAAP Women’s Football Tournament, there have only been two schools that have successfully defended the championship for three consecutive seasons - De La Salle University-Manila and Far Eastern University.
In the aftermath of the successful defense of the UAAP Women's Football Title UAAP Season 80, DLSU striker Kyra Dimaandal captioned her Instagram post with an except from the Alma Mater Hymn.
In a rematch of last year's finals, DLSU Baseball gets a little payback against defending champion Adamson 10-2 Sunday. The win also ends their two-game slump as they grab a share of second place after round one with a 3-2 record.
After misfiring in their last game against the University of the East Red Warriors, the De La Salle University Men's Football Team redeemed themselves with a 2-0 win over the National University Bulldogs, Sunday afternoon at the Far Eastern University-Diliman turf.
Yesterday’s 25-21, 20-25, 21-25, 25-20, 12-15 loss still stings for both the DLSU Lady Spikers and the Lasallian community. Riding high on a two-season long 14-game win streak, the three-time defending champions came into the Smart Araneta Coliseum determined to continue their winning ways and improve its once immaculate 3-0 Season 81 win-loss record.
This was another one of those intense matchups between two championship contenders going neck-to-neck all throughout
After dropping its first three games, La Salle finally barges into the win column with a straight set win over UP 25-21, 25-21, 25-18 Saturday.
It did not come as a surprise that Coach Ramil De Jesus ordered his players to return to the Razon Sports Center for an evening practice right after their hard-fought victory over NU. Being the perfectionist that he is, this happens normally if they lose a match.
If you do not capitalize on your chances, then you are going to lose.
After a 2-0 season start, DLSU baseball suffered it's second straight setback Wednesday afternoon against UST. The team lost to Ateneo last Sunday.