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NCAA execs fear another cancelation

By Waylon Galvez       Will there be an NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) this season? The oldest collegiate league in the country is once again threatened to be cancelled as the country continues to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. The league’s Season 95 has already been terminated by the Policy Board upon the […]

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US college sports chiefs say it’s time for athletes to earn money

The governing body of college sport in the United States has given the green light to proposals which will allow athletes to earn money from their name, image and likeness, the organization said Wednesday. In a statement, the powerful National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) said its board of governors had given its backing to landmark […]

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NCAA pushes back 96th season opening to November

BY WAYLON GALVEZ       Instead of the usual July start, the NCAA, the country’s oldest collegiate league, is likely to kick off its 96th season in November. This came after President Rodrigo Duterte approved the endorsement of the government task force on COVID-19 to move the start of classes for school year 2020-2021 to […]

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NCAA orders P500K worth of PPEs for frontliners

By Waylon Galvez       As the country continues to fight the spread of COVID-19, the NCAA has joined the relief efforts to provide Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) to the frontliners in different hospitals in Metro Manila. NCAA Management Committee Management (MANCOM) chairman Peter Cayco yesterday said they have already ordered PPEs that will […]

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Perpetualites mourn Tatay Aric’s passing

Perpetual ALTAs community deeply mourned the passing of the legendary coach Januario ‘Aric’ del Rosario who brought the ALTAs basketball team to greater heights in the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA). Fondly called “Tatay” Aric, del Rosario served as head coach of the Altasfrom 2012 to 2015, the remarkable years when the team made it […]

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By KRISTEL SATUMBAGA     De La Salle and College of St. Benilde literally opened their doors and welcomed the poor struggling to find a shelter in the midst of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. In a post on their official social media accounts, two photos show the “urban poor” lying on mats inside a hall. […]

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