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NCAA Season 86 Preview: EAC, UPHSD, JRU, SBC

Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals

2009 Record: 7th Place, 6-12

Head Coach: Nomar Isla, 2nd year

Key Losses:  Arjay Del Rosario, Kevin Ong, John Sablan, Ruel Jabaybay, Marc Jayson Liwag

Key Additions:  Emilian Vargas, Jan Jamon, Roy Villegas, Ralph Sanchez, Wei Lim, Nikki Monteclaro, Neil Tuazon

Holdovers:  Argel Mendoza, John Santos, …

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Falcons survive Heavy Bombers’ late game surge

The Adamson Falcons, firmly holding their ground in the final moments, defeated the Jose Rizal University Heavy Bombers, 71-62, at the 2010 FilOil Flying V Tanduay First Five Invitational Cup last June 5, 2010 …

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An early look into some teams that made it to the FMC playoffs

Now that the holiday break is over, its time for these college ballplayers to hit the hardwood once more to prepare for the upcoming basketball season.  As soon as the calendar year opens expect these teams to go full swing into their training regimen.  The …

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San Sebastian returns to the NCAA Finals

With Jimbo Aquino now back in harness after serving his one game suspension acquired during their playoff game against San Beda, the San Sebastian Golden Stags formalized their dream match-up with the three-time defending champs via a 79-64 whiplashing of last year’s runner-up Jose Rizal …

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NCAA Season 85 Final Four Preview

This has been the longest NCAA Season ever.  The pretenders have been finally sifted out and all that remains are 4 worthy teams that are hopefully ready to make their push into the post season.

The San Beda Red Lions vs. The Letran Knights

Letran had the …

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JRU asserts might over the Chiefs

The Heavy Bombers leaned on the heroics of John Lopez, John Agas and John Wilson to an 88-70 defeat of the Arelleno University Chiefs on Sept 4 at the Filoil Flying V Arena in San Juan City.

The Heavy Bombers are now 11-2 while the Chiefs …

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UAAP Season 71 Weekly Aug. 13, 2008

Charlie Cuna, Kim Lesaca and Mike Abasolo discuss the Aug 7 until Aug. 10 games and the Callous Management of UAAP Commissioner Chito “Almighty” Narvasa especially in the officiating department.

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