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Mapua will tests JRU

By Kristel Satumbaga Jose Rizal University and Mapua seek a winning start to their campaigns as they clash today in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament at the JRU gym in Mandaluyong City. Their 4 p.m. showdown is expected to be as exciting as the opening games as both teams intend to win their opening games […]

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Maroons get Kobe Paras

By Jerome Lagunzad One by one, the valuable pieces of a potential championship puzzle are falling into place for University of the Philippines. Two months after securing the services of high-flying guard Ricci Rivero from powerhouse La Salle, the Fighting Maroons got another blue-chip recruit in touted wingman Kobe Paras, giving them another potent weapon […]

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NCAA Season 94 games reset

The NCAA Management postponed today’s junior and senior basketball matches due to typhoon “Gardo”.

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Perpetual holds off Red Cubs

Host University of Perpetual Help stunned favored San Beda, 72-69, yesterday at the start of the NCAA juniors basketball at The Arena in San Juan City.

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SBC faces former coach as NCAA opens

By Kristel Satumbaga Powerhouse San Beda and former mentor Frankie Lim will be on the opposite ends today when the Red Lions open their “three-peat” drive against season host Perpetual Help Altas in the 94th NCAA seniors basketball tournament at the Mall of Asia Arena. The Red Lions, back with an intact and formidable core […]

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3-team race in NCAA tilt

By Jerome Lagunzad Games Saturday (Mall of Asia Arena) 12 noon — Opening Ceremonies 2 p.m. — San Beda vs Perpetual (Srs) 4 p.m. — Lyceum vs San Sebastian (Srs) A three-team race is looming in the 94th NCAA seniors basketball tournament which gets going this Saturday at the Mall of Asia Arena, with back-to-back […]

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