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UAAP: Eagles triumph

Ace wingman Thirdy Ravena walked the talk last night as Ateneo outlasted defending champion La Salle, 76-70, in a frantic finish to keep the UAAP Season 80 basketball title within its reach before a sellout Mall of Asia Arena crowd.

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3 UAAP refs banned  for spotty officiating

The UAAP cracked the whipped on three erring referees who officiated the controversial Final Four matchup won by defending champion La Salle over Adamson, 82-75, over the weekend.

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Coach Boy out of UST; search is on

Seeking a new direction, University of Santo Tomas has decided to accept the resignation of Rodil “Boy” Sablan as its men’s basketball coach, putting an end to his two-year reign filled with struggles and misfortunes in the UAAP basketball tournament.

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Pumaren: Falcons will bounce back

Adamson coach Franz Pumaren has been to countless battles that he has already embraced a familiar notion that a sorry setback can set him up for a big comeback.

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UAAP: Tams foil Ateneo

Ateneo coach Tab Baldwin knew the Eagles would be in for a tough fight against Far Eastern University, but he surely did not expect the match to end without a fight.

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La Salle’s Big Ben joins UAAP greats

Dominant all season long, La Salle center Ben Mbala clinched a second straight Most Valuable Player award in runaway fashion, joining an illustrious cast of certified UAAP superstars.

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