Tag Archives: San Beda

Pierre Tankoua (light) vs Jeramer Cabanag & Kevin Gandjeto (dark)

PBA DL: San Beda turns back Diliman College

“Ang sinasabi ko lang sa kanila, wala na tayong nung dalawang leader natin, wag na nating asahan sila. Kailangan silang mag-step up.”- coach Boyet Fernandez #PBADL

Rickson Gerero of Wangs gets away from Jerome Pasia of Perpetual (PBA Images)

PBA DL: Wangs, Letran continue to roll

“Sabi ko nga, kailangan natin makuha yung panalo para gumanda ang positioning natin. Nag-stick lang kami sa gameplan.” – Coach Pablo Lucas #PBA

Jeron Artest

Green, Artest banner international additions to NBTC All-Star Game

Green, Artest, and fellow Fil-Am forward Kai Ballungay will reinforce Team Heart of captain Joel Cagulangan as they were part of the six players picked to mix it up with the top local high school basketball players #NBTC

Calvin Oftana vs Kenneth Tuffin (PBA Images)

PBA: San Beda breezes past FEU

“We know FEU is a strong team. We’re just lucky they probably woke up in the wrong aide of the bed,” – Boyet Fernandez #PBA

San Beda's Joshua Lazaro vs FilAm Sports in the 2019 NBTC Nationals Fantastic 8

NBTC: San Beda send Jalen Green-led FilAm Sports crashing

Rhayyan Amsali starred with 25 points, nine rebounds, and three assists while Joshua Lazaro scored all but two of his 11 points in the last eight minutes to help the MMBL champions boot out a FilAm Sports side led by Jalen Green and supposedly on its way to a rematch with National U. #NBTC

NBTC: Jalen Green shows up Kai Sotto

“I thought we played really well. We came out with energy. We didn’t have that in the first two games,” – Jalen Green #NBTC2019

The Perpetual Altas Track and Field Team of Mer Anthony Tamayo, UPHSD President and Policy Board Chairman together with Head Coach Trece Academia celebrate as they capture their first-ever National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Season 94 Track and Field Championship crown at the Vermosa Sports Hub in Pasong Buaya, Imus City last March 14, 2019 (Photo by Dennis Abrina)

Junior Altas Tracksters crowned NCAA Season 94 Champs

Junior Altas Tracksters collected 11 Golds, 8 Silvers and 4 Bronze to emerged as NCAA Season 94 Junior Division Champions as they garnered 1,044 Total Points, far behind second runner EAC-ICA Brigadiers with 392.5 point and San Beda U Red Cubs with 384.5 points.

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San Beda basketball camp registration still open

The camp is handled by coaches from San Beda, and is open for boys and girls.

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NCAA 94: Red Lions collide with Knights

San Beda and Letran renew one of the collegiate basketball’s fiercest rivalries with the former eyeing to fortify its grip of the No. 2 spot and the latter hoping to continue to draw inspiration from a fallen teammate Jerrick Balanza today in the 94th NCAA basketball tournament at the Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan City.

Jaja Santiago of the Foton Tornadoes

PVL: UP cool off CSB

University of the Philippines wore down St. Benilde in three tightly fought sets and hacked out a 26-24, 27-25, 29-27 decision to firm up its hold of the No. 4 spot in the Premier Volleyball League Season 2 Collegiate Conference at the Filoil Flying V Center in San Juan yesterday.