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UST assures student-athletes of continued scholarships

By JAN CARLO ANOLIN       University of Santo Tomas on Wednesday assured its student-athletes that they can still avail of the school’s scholarship grants till the end of the year. This was cleared by Rev Fr. Jannel Abogado, O.P., director of Institute of Physical Education (IPEA), who said the student-athletes will not be […]

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Ateneo hails Ravena, swimmer Daos

    Two of Ateneo’s most dominant student-athletes during the short-lived UAAP season were honored by the school on Thursday. Basketball star Thirdy Ravena and swimming marvel Chloe Daos were hailed as the GUIDON-Moro Lorenzo awardees. Ravena is the first basketball player to win the Sportsman of the Year award since Nonoy Baclao, who copped […]

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UST jin wins gold in European tilt

The enhanced community quarantine did not stop one lady taekwondo jin from University of Santo Tomas from bringing glory to the country. Three-time UAAP Poomsae champion Jocel Ninobla bagged gold in the Under-30 Female Division of the first-ever Online Daedo Open European Poomsae Championships last Sunday in Greece. Ninobla, who won gold in the women’s […]

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Fighting Maroons cheer up frontliners with Zoomustahan

With people around the world cheering, applauding and saying thank you to their frontliners from balconies and plazas, the University of the Philippines Men’s Basketball Team (UPMBT) expressed gratitude and appreciation for local frontliners in their own unique way. UP Fighting Maroons Noah Webb, Kobe Paras, Ricci Rivero, James Spencer, David Murrell, Joe Gomez de […]

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UAAP schools show support for long-time partner

Schools from the University Athletic Association of the Philippines were one with broadcast giant ABS-CBN after it was forced to shut down its operations last Tuesday. Minutes after the network went off the air after the orders of the National Telecommunications Commission due to an expired franchise, De La Salle University’s main building lit up […]

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UP Maroons stay fighting, provide help to frontliners

  The whole world of sports has come to a halt because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the University of the Philippines Fighting Maroons stay fighting. Every member of the team is optimistic that Filipinos and the Philippines will get through the difficult challenges they are facing and are staying positive in words and deeds. […]

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