San Beda Eyes Five-peat

San Beda sets out for a record-equaling five-peat in the NCAA basketball tournament Season 90. | Photo: Pula

Abarcar, Villaruz To Miss Season 90

San Beda relegates academically troubled substitutes Francis Abarcar and Ritchie Villaruz to the Red Lions’ Team B. | Photo: PBA Online

9/27/2014

JRU Topples San Beda To Grab Share Of Fourth Place

Jose Rizal University stunned defending champion San Beda, 74-65, to remain in contention for a final four spot in NCAA Season 90 action Saturday at The Arena in San Juan.

Jaycee Asuncion posted 19 points, six rebounds, two assists and one steal to lead the Heavy Bombers (10-6), who tied Perpetual Help for the fourth spot as the race to the final four heats up.

After trailing in the first half, San Beda took over in the third period, taking a 45-39 lead after two straight triples from Ryusei Koga.

But the Heavy Bombers finished the quarter with a 12-2 run, while opening the quarter with a 17-3 run sparked by Asuncion and Tey Teodoro to grab the victory and hand the Red Lions their second straight loss.

Teodoro added 15 points, while Philip Paniamogan chipped in 11 for JRU.

Ola Adeogun scored 18 points to lead San Beda.

The Scores:

JRU (74) — Asuncion 19, Teodoro 15, Paniamogan 11, AbdulWahab 10, Mabulac 9, Benavides 5, Lasquety 3, Sanchez 2, Salaveria 0, Grospe 0.

San Beda (65) — Adeogun 18, Koga 9, Mendoza 9, Dela Cruz 8, Amer 6, Sara 5, Pascual 4, Tongco 4, Cabanag 2, A. Semerad 0, D. Semerad 0.

Quarters: 16-15, 33-26, 51-47, 74-65.

source: InterAksyon

9/26/2014

San Beda Booters Blanks Dipolog In Opener

RIZAL FA’s San Beda FC dumped Dipolog MC FC of Zamboanga del Norte-Dipolog FA, seven-nil in Friday’s opener of the Philippine Football Federation (PFF)-Smart National Club Championship 2014 Group A Qualifier at the North Football Field, Talisay City.

After 40 minutes of scrappy game, Chris Pedemonte scored two consecutive goals – of his three, in the 42nd and 45th minutes to give San Beda a two-nil advantage in the first half.

In the resumption of the second half,Geno Palampan nailed San Beda’s third goal in the 52nd minute as Pedemonte added in the 74th minute to extend the lead to four-nil.

With 10 minutes left in the game, San Beda blasted three more goals behind CJ Asley Flores (81st), Jef Taycung (84th) and Jay Sobrano (87th) to seal the win.

San Beda faces defending champion Ceres-La Salle FC next.

Meanwhile, star-studded Ceres FC is expected to display strong game today against visiting Dipolog side.

The Bacolod-based club, headed by Korean mentor Cha Soungyooung, will be bannered by team captain Fil-Spanish defender Juani Guirado, co-skipper and goalkeeper Michael Casas, second choice keeper Bago City-native Eduard Sacapaño, Fil-Ams forward Nate Burkey and defender Jason Sabio, Fil-Belgian wingers Jeffrey Christaeans and Angelo Marasigan, Fil-German midfielders Manny Ott and Patrick Reichelt, Fil-Italian twins Marvin and Marwin Angeles, Fil-Spanish right back Carlie de Murga; Talisay City’s Camelo Tacusalme and Jalsor Soriano, Sancarlos City’s Arnie Pasinabo Jr., Lemuel Unabia, J Baguioro, and Jayson Panhay; and foreign reinforcements Spanish veteran forward Adrián Gallardo, Irish-Nigerian Orman Okunaiya, German Kevin Capolei, and Koreans Jin ho Kim, Kim Sang min, Kyum-Son Cho, and Yong Chan Son.

Supervising the tournament are Negros Occidental Football Association’s Paulline Javelona (general coordinator), Mike Batales (tournament commissioner), PFF’s Bert Honasan (match commissioner), Dennis Estaniel (referees’ assessor), and referees Steve Supresencia, Kent Guboyan, Joemarie Dignadice, and Francia Encalgado.

9/17/2014

San Beda Wins Ang Liga Title As Arellano Walks Out

San Beda has won the 2014 Ang Liga preseason collegiate football league championship but in far from ideal circumstances in the title match against the Arellano Chiefs.

On Saturday in their home field the Red  Booters took the lead in the second minute with a header by Fil-Brit striker Connor Tacagni off a delivery by Jerome Marzan.

Or so they tell me. I came late, at around the 15th minute.

In the 31st minute Bedan Miguel Caindec converted off a breakaway to make it 2-0.

Arellano head coach Ravelo Saluria had seen enough, and instructed his team to take leave of the pitch. They never returned, and referee Aldous Mirafuentes II awarded the match, and the championship, to San Beda. continue reading here

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9/16/2014

San Beda, RTU To Dispute WNCAA Volleyball Crown

Defending champion San Beda College Alabang and Rizal Technological University will dispute the senior volleyball crown after turning back their respective semifinal opponents in the 45th WNCAA tournament at St. Scholastica’s College gym over the weekend.

San Beda, which swept all its seven matches in the eliminations, turned back No. 4 squad Philippine Women’s University, 24-26, 25-14, 25-20, 25-20, while RTU downed 43rd season champion and third-ranked Centro Escolar University, 23-25, 25-19, 25-12, 25-22, on Sunday, Sept. 14.

The best-of-three finals will begin on Sunday, Sept. 21, at 5 p.m., also at the St. Scholastica gym.

Game 1 of the senior basketball finals between three-time defending champion CEU and RTU has been moved to Saturday, Sept. 20, at 2 p.m. at the Rizal Memorial Coliseum after power failure hit RMC on Sunday.

Miriam College and St. Scholastica share the Junior A lead at 4-0 after beating St. Jude Catholic School (25-11, 25-22, 25-15) and Angelicum College (25-11, 25-19, 25-11), respectively, on Saturday, Sept. 14, at St. Scholastica gym.

Defending champion De La Salle Zobel paces Junior B at 3-0, with Assumption College as its latest victim, 25-13, 25-13, 25-16.

Miriam is likewise ahead in the midgets division, in a tie with Poveda at 5-1, after beating Assumption, 25-10, 25-14. St. Paul College Pasig dealt Poveda its first defeat, 22-25, 25-19, 25-19, for a 3-3 slate.

In junior basketball, host La Salle College Antipolo and defending champion Chiang Kai Shek swept the five-game elimination round of Junior A and B, respectively, to earn top seedings in the crossover quarterfinal on Sunday, Sept. 21, at CKSC Narra gym in Manila.

LSCA whipped St. Jude, 92-37, and will face St. Stephen’s High School in the final eight while CKSC dominated San Beda, 63-35, to set up a clash with St. Paul.

Other quarterfinal pairings are Miriam versus Assumption and Angelicum against DLSZ. Miriam and DLSZ both wound up second with 4-1 slates.

In the futsal competition of the league being supported by Mikasa, Molten, OneA Bed and Breakfast, Goody, Monster Radio RX 93.1 and AksyonTV, four-time senior champion RTU will clash with PWU while CEU will take on Assumption in Sunday’s Final Four at the CEU gym.

source: WNCAAPh.com