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FilOil 2012: NU now 2-0, Knights recover for 1st win

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Friday, 20 April 2012 24 Comments

NU 85, FEU 74

Bobby Ray Parks had 29-points (15-points at the half) and 9 rebounds to lead all scorers, followed by Denice Villamor, Mark De Guzman with 15-points each along with Angelo Alolino with 10-points.  The Tamaraws had some productive minutes from Arvie Bringas with 13-points, followed by Roger Pogoy and Terence Romeo with 12 and 11 points respectively.

After 2 lead changes in the 1st half, the Bulldogs were in full control of the ballgame.  Despite their deficit, FEU had out-rebounded NU 46-37  with13 2nd chance points against NU’s 3.   NU had more assists, 19-14 and out-hustled the Tamaraws with more steals 7-3.

Letran 64, UE 56

After trailing UE in the 1st quarter, 10-16, the Knights took the driver’s seat at the end of the 1st half, 26-24.  Then Letran took control of the ball game with a 12-point lead to close the 3rd quarter, 51-39.  Kevin Alas led all scorers with 17-points.  Kevin Racal and Jam Cortes contributed 12 and 11-points respectively for the Knights.  Former Letran Squires, Roy Sumang had 12-points to lead UE follwed by Chris Javier and Pedrito Galanza with 8-points each.

Letran had excellent production from its long and midrange game with 29% from the 3-pt area (17% for UE) and 45% from the 2-pt. Range with only 36% for UE.  UE out-rebounded Letran 53-36.  The Red Warriors also had 9 2nd chance points with no production for the Knights on that department.


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Mike is a former NCAA Game analyst under Studio 23. He was also a former Game Analyst for the 2005 Collegiate Champions League (CCL), 2008 Philippine Collegiate Championships (PCC), 2005 and 2006 National Basketball Conference (NBC) and 2005 Global Destiny Basketball League (GBDL). Started writing about College Basketball with uaapgames.com. Follow me on Twitter: michaelabasolo

24 Comments

  • Cruze says:

    NU is looking good… and this is a good news… =)

  • REDTUBE says:

    1.Ateneo 2.NU 3.Adamson 4.FEU 5.UST 6.DLSU 7.UE 8.UP

    • blues clues says:

      ano po ito?

    • Mike Abasolo says:

      Dont count UST out just yet :)

    • opiin says:

      seriously? Adu ahead of dlsu and ust?r u knots?

    • FalconElite says:

      if adamson will be in the f4, its an over achievement for them. loosing the two of the best point guards last season is a huge set back but still the falcons didnt lost their never say die attitude. after watching the adu vs lyceum game, kitang kita ang weakness ng adu. hirap sila kapag full court press ang defense because of inexperienced point guards in the likes of monteclaro and julkipli. i know coach leo will make necessary adjustments before the uaap season starts.

      ADU FIGHT!!

    • Zilk says:

      UST at 5 and DLSU at 6.. in what planet are you living man?!

      • san beda? says:

        youll never know dude, they still have brondial,camson,NUYLES…and i saw that jericho cruz…..he plays like a james yap when he is in collegiate years

        • san beda? says:

          i still rank adu a notch over ust, but never with ateneo,dlsu and feu…..4th spot will be a toss up between adu and NU

        • FalconElite says:

          yes jericho cruz is a prospect and he’s still raw but i dont think he can replace the two guards the we’ve lost. the point guard position is a big hole that coach leo has to work on.

          • san beda? says:

            @falcon elite, why is that pg from feu not in adu roster? san galing si julkipli? di dapat iniignore ang adamson….the core is still there…..i heard manyara wont play anymore??

  • patrick says:

    GO buLLdogs … lkas tlga ng idol ko BObby RAy pARks .. .

  • Mark says:

    Congrats Bulldogs!!!

  • crawler76 says:

    Filoil 2012 Box Score:
    NU Bulldogs over FEU Tamaraws, 85-74

    NU 85 – Parks 29, Villamor 15, De Guzman 15, Alolino 10, Mbe 9, Neypes 4, Javillonar 3, Celda 0, Singh 0, Labing-isa 0, Roño 0

    FEU 74 – A. Bringas 13, Pogoy 12, Romeo 11, Tolomia 9, Garcia 8, M. Bringas 8, Hangrove 6, Foronda 3, Mendoza 2, Bello 2

    • FalconElite says:

      its not surprising that nu is looking better this season. having an intact lineup with a scoring machine in ray parks, it will be a big disappointment if they dont finish better than last year.

  • usisero says:

    televised ba yong Ateneo vs San Beda today at 5pm?

    magandang sukatan yan for both schools maski na di na makakalaro (kung man makakalaro pa?) si Adeogun at Armon sa regular season.

    • Hellboy says:

      SBC 63 ADMU 61. Great game.

      They are only banned as spectators. I don’t know kung ano ang balak ng MANCOM kung sakaling kasali na sila sa RLs. Ang pinaghihimutok lang ng mga kapatid namin dito ay dahil mas malaki ata ang parusa kay Armon and Ola. Kitang kita sa photos, ang layo nila sa gulo. At bakit RLs lang ang may parusa samantala ang SSC MVT ay wala.

      I JUANDER. Lol!

  • keep_trying says:

    in any order:

    group a: ateneo, sbc, letran/uphsd, dlsu/ust

    group b: ssc, nu, adamson/jru, feu/csb

    f4 teams are the first 2 teams in each group.

    finals: sbc vs nu

    feel free to make some suggestions! :)

  • vricks14 says:

    prediction ko: A: sbc, admu, letran, dlsu
    B: ssc, nu, feu, adu

    finals sbc vs ssc

  • cognito says:

    don’t know if ssc can hack a win against nu at this point… landslide victory so far for the bulldogs

  • bigf9779 says:

    Congrats Bulldogs! hoping for a better finish this season sa fil-oil as well sa UAAP…

    GO UAAP TEAMS!!! Sulong National-U! Bulldogs Bites!

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