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Mayhem in Manila

ANY doubts about the quality of play in this year’s Collegiate National Championship have to be shipped out of Manila.

The country’s capital city can now lay claim to the reality that it has witnessed the best brand of college ball the nation has to offer. …

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Tiu saves Ateneo

Since they lost to La Salle the last time, the Blue Eagles have learned from that bitter experience, especially Chris Tiu.

Tiu proved his worth as member of the RP-Harbour squad by helping Ateneo De Manila book its seat in the semifinals at the Flying V …

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STI stuns FEU, gets first-ever CCL Final 4 ticket

Consider this a Flying V 5th Collegiate Champions League record upset.

STI College , the National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (NAASCU) champion, pumped in the needed points down the stretch last November 21, 2007 to upset the FEU Tamaraws, 77-72, and grab a …

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UV – from a bad first half to the Quarterfinals

University of Visayas has invaded Manila.

The UV Green Lancers overcame a lethargic first half to pull-off a convincing 101-80 win over the Lyceum Pirates and clinch the last quarterfinal slot in the Flying V National Collegiate Champions League last November 17 at The Arena in …

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The 2007 Collegiate Champions League: there should be only one

There can be only one. One Collegiate Champion. The last time I covered as an analyst for the Collegiate Champions League (CCL) was in 2005. Now on its 5th season, it will be very interesting to watch 16 Collegiate Teams coming from …

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Red Lions roll over Golden Stags

FOR the delight of the fans, Samuel Ekwe, Pong Escobal, Rogemar Menor and the rest of the Red Lions continuously ran and controlled the game with authority.

The Stags could only stand and watch.

San Beda was virtually unstoppable at both ends to rout San Sebastian, 96-76, …

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