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KO: FEU vs La Salle

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KO: FEU vs La Salle

Far Eastern University trounced a shorthanded Adamson crew, 82-56, last night to arrange a playoff for the final semifinal berth with La Salle in the 81st UAAP basketball tournament at the Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay City.

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UAAP: FEU in must-win versus Adamson

By Waylon Galvez Games Today (Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay City) 2 p.m. – NU vs UE 4 p.m. – FEU vs Adamson When it plays second-ranked Adamson today, Far Eastern University needs to play with a sense of urgency if it wants to forge a playoff for the last semis berth in the 81st […]

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FEU Tamaraws fight for life against Adamson

Games Today (Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay City) 2 p.m. – NU vs UE 4 p.m. – FEU vs Adamson   Far Eastern University takes on second-ranked Adamson Sunday, needing a victory to force a playoff for the last semis berth in the 81st UAAP men’s basketball. “We know the consequence, the players knows it […]

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NU cagebelles extend win run to 78

Defending five-time champion National University overpowered Far Eastern University, 68-44, and advanced outright to the Finals for the fifth straight season via another double-round elimination sweep in the UAAP women’s basketball tournament at the Filoil Flying V Centre. Reigning MVP Jack Danielle Animam had 19 points, 18 boards, two steals and two assists while Congolese […]

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UAAP: Bo gets emotional after UP ends jinx

By Waylon Galvez Games Sunday (Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay City) 2 p.m. – NU vs UE 4 p.m. – FEU vs Adamson Of all the accomplishments veteran mentor Bo Perasol had in his coaching career, guiding University of the Philippines back to the Final Four after 21 long agonizing years ranks the highest. That’s […]

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By WAYLON GALVEZ   Games Sunday (Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay City) 2 p.m. – NU vs UE 4 p.m. – FEU vs Adamson   Of all the accomplishments veteran mentor Bo Perasol had in his coaching career, guiding University of the Philippines back to the Final Four after 21 long agonizing years ranks the […]

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