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NCAA MVP Sudan Daniel dies

NCAA MVP Sudan Daniel dies

By WAYLON GALVEZ Former San Beda stalwart and National Collegiate Athletic Association Most Valuable Player Sudan Daniel passed away Saturday from an apparent asthma attack while in Calatagan, Batangas. He was 33. Frankie Lim, a former Red Lions mentor who recruited the American in 2009, confirmed to death of the 6’7” Daniel. “It’s sad that it […]

NCAA execs mulling holding semi-bubble for basketball tourney

          By WAYLON GALVEZ             If things improve, NCAA officials are entertaining an idea of holding a ‘semi bubble’ for the league’s Season 96 next year. A source disclosed that school officials are now discussing the possibility of holding a basketball tournament in March 2021 under […]

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NCAA execs seek advice from PBA chief

By WAYLON GALVEZ         NCAA officials are seriously considering holding a ‘bubble’ tournament for Season 96 in 2021. In fact, NCAA officials have a scheduled meeting with PBA Commissioner Willie Marcial late Thursday in hopes of getting vital information with the regards to the pro league’s successful bubble tournament. “Tignan natin kung […]

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San Beda skippers determined to carry school’s winning tradition

            The San Beda Red Cubs are back on top. The San Beda Red Lions are looking to get back on top and roar again in the NCAA. For an institution that has a strong basketball program like San Beda, winning has become a habit and it’s not surprising why […]

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Saguiguit named  Perpetual coach

  An old-timer of the University of Perpetual Help College has been named new head coach of its men’s basketball team. Michael ‘Myk’ Saguiguit, who served as assistant coach to Nousa Omorogbe and Frankie Lim the last two years, will be calling the shots for the Altas starting next year. “Thanks to Perpetualite community for […]

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NCAA picks GMA-7 as new TV partner

By WAYLON GALVEZ           GMA Network, better known as the “Kapuso Network” in reference to its logo, is where the NCAA belongs now. After thorough deliberations, the NCAA Policy Board has decided to give the giant television network the broadcasting rights starting with the current 96th Season set to start either […]

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