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Games on Saturday (The Arena) 2 p.m. – NU vs UE 4 p.m. – FEU vs La Salle University of the East rallied from behind in the payoff period to beat upset-conscious University of the Philippines, 81-72, and earn a Final Four berth in the 72nd UAAP basketball tournament on Thursday at the Araneta Coliseum.


AFTER suspending five senior basketball players, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) now turned its attention to the referees who officiated the game between Emilio Aguinaldo College and Saint Benilde Blazers on Friday at The Arena in San Juan City.


The Big Dome teemed with hues of blue, green, yellow, red, maroon, white and gold – colors that screamed University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) as it opened its 72nd season last Saturday.


ATENEO de Manila University may be the defending champion but host Far Eastern University is also coming out as a huge favorite to contend for the basketball title in Season 72 of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP).


Fencing, because of its history, is perceived to be an elite sport. Nobles in the 12th century were the ones who played this “knightly” sport, using the foil, the epee, and the sabre.


DEPARTMENT of Education Palaro Task Force Chief Len Toledo assured that age cheating is now a thing of the past in the prestigious 2009 Palarong Pambansa set to start Monday at the newly refurbished Leyte Sports Development Center in Tacloban City.


The Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) and Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) have agreed to invest on the training of young athletes in China, a country, which has produced world-class athletes.

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