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Comboy fires up Tams

If the Far Eastern University Tamaraws want to see consistency, they won’t have to look further than Wendell Comboy whose end-to-end efforts proved to be crucial in clinching back-to-back wins.

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Tams deal Falcons first loss

Far Eastern University accomplished what five other teams failed to do earlier as the Tamaraws dealt the Falcons their first loss, 88-85, in overtime last night in the 81st UAAP men’s basketball at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

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UAAP: UST hits 16 treys to overpower UE

By Waylon Galvez Games Sunday (Smart Araneta Coliseum) 2 p.m. – UP vs NU 4 p.m. – AdU vs FEU University of Santo Tomas used its long-range shooting to snap a three-game losing skid with an 80-66 thumping of University of the East 80-66 yesterday in the 81st UAAP men’s basketball tournament at the Mall […]

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Hot Ateneo eyes fifth win in row vs La Salle

By Waylon Galvez Games Today (Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay City) 12 pm – UST vs UE 4 pm – Ateneo vs La Salle Ten months after winning the championship at the expense of its nemesis, defending champion Ateneo takes on De La Salle today as it tries to solidify its grip at second spot […]

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  By RAFAEL BANDAYREL   The men’s squad of National University (NU) and the women’s team of Ateneo kept their immaculate records intact after scoring dominant wins in their respective divisions in the UAAP badminton tournament Tuesday at the Rizal Memorial Badminton Hall. The Bulldogs, led by former MVP Ross Lee Pedrosa, outclassed the University […]

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La Salle humbles ex-coach Ayo

De La Salle University gave former coach Aldin Ayo a sound beating as the Green Archers carved out a 99-72 win over the UST Tigers yesterday in the 81st UAAP men’s basketball at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City.

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