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Benilde keeps 250 scholar-athletes

By NICK GIONGCO   The 250 scholar-athletes of the College of St. Benilde (CSB) will remain under the wings of the learning institution. Former national athlete Stephen Fernandez, head of the Benilde Center for Sports Development, said that despite the massive downscaling of the proposed NCAA Season 96, the school won’t let go of its scholar-athletes […]

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NCAA executives call for own ‘bayanihan’

BY WAYLN GALVEZ       Aside from providing entertainment through competitions, the National Collegiate Athletic Association is looking forward to helping not only the athletes but also the coaches and officials who are struggling due to the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. If the season pushes through, Fr. Vic Calvo of incoming host […]

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Letran’s Calvo at PSA Forum

It’s the turn of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) to discuss its next step moving forward in Tuesday’s webcast edition of the Philippine Sportswriters Association (PSA) Forum. NCAA Management Committee chairman Fr. Vic Calvo of host Letran and predecessor Peter Cayco of Arellano University lead the panel of guests appearing in the 10: a.m. weekly […]

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NCAA to hold shortened 96th season early next year

  BY WAYLON GALVEZ   The NCAA Policy Board approved the recommendation of the Management Committee (MANCOM) on Thursday to stage the 96th season opening early next year with just four sports disciplines due to the impact of coronavirus pandemic. MANCOM chairman Fr. Vic Calvo said that the board, led by its president Fr. Clarence […]

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Kentucky-Michigan clash in London delayed

Perennial US college basketball powerhouses Kentucky and Michigan have postponed their scheduled December 6 matchup in London until 2022 because of the coronavirus pandemic, the university teams announced. The inaugural Basketball Hall of Fame London Showcase will be played at the O2 Arena on December 4, 2022 as part of a three-game series that will […]

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Altas keep working out to stay in shape

The Altas of University of Perpetual Help have never stopped working out at their respective homes to stay in shape and ready when they resume training. Despite the imposition of the Enhanced Community Quarantine for two months due to global health crisis, the Altas have found ways to be active and healthy which sounds like […]

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