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I’m UP’s biggest fan – Lipa

By Tito S. Talao About three weeks before University of the Philippines completed a head-spinning rise from the depths of UAAP men’s basketball and before the Fighting Maroons’ epic showdowns with the Adamson Falcons in the Final Four, the chief architect of UP’s 1986 championship, Joe Lipa, was in his living room at a condominium […]

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I want to be remembered as a fighter – Sean

By Waylon Galvez The result was so painful that Adamson’s top gunner Sean Manganti unabashedly cried in front of some 20,000 fans Wednesday after the Falcons – seeded No. 2 – lost to the University of the Philippines Maroons in their do-or-die match for the last UAAP finals berth. The chances to end his collegiate […]

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Lipa: UP’s biggest fan

About three weeks before University of the Philippines completed a head-spinning rise from the depths of UAAP men’s basketball and before the Fighting Maroons’ epic showdowns with the Adamson Falcons in the Final Four, the chief architect of UP’s 1986 championship, Joe Lipa, was in his living room at a condominium in Parañaque giving his […]

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FEU edges UST, faces NU in finals

Clare Castro had 32 points, 15 rebounds and two blocks as second-ranked Far Eastern University arrange a title duel with National University with a 68-66 squeaker over No. 4 University of Santo Tomas yesterday in the UAAP Season 81 women’s basketball tournament at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

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UAAP: UP, AdU clash for final slot

One team is aiming to make it back to the finals after 26 years, while the other hopes to end an even longer skid of 32 years.

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UAAP: Eagles in finals

After two seasons of going through a do-or-die, the twice-to-beat defending champions dispatched Far Eastern University in the first game of their semifinal encounter, 80-61, last night in UAAP Season 81 men’s basketball at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.

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