FEU-ADMU
Championship Photos


CLICK HERE

 

Oct. 05, 2003
-Tams sweep Blue Eagles

Oct. 02, 2003
-Tamaraws overwhelm Blue Eagles

Sept. 30, 2003
-Ateneo gains Finals entry in fight-marred do-or-die classic

September 25, 2003
-Tams gain finals
-Archers stay alive, force sudden death

September 21, 2003
-FEU clinches No. 2 spot

 
CLICK HERE to enter
UAAP Discussion Board


Register your free account now ! Have a chance to win some prizes !

It was during the summer of 1924 that Dr. Regino Ylanan, who was then the Physical Education Director of the University of the Philippines (UP), saw the need to regulate and set athletic policies among tertiary institutions of the era. Thus, as an invitation was issued to private schools in Manila to organize an athletic association.

Read more >>

Get to know the present structure of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines for the 66th Season.

UAAP Members
Board of Trustees
Sports Commissioners
Directors / OIC

Read more >>

UAAP BASKETBALL AWARDEES:
MEN'S Basketball
League MVP of the Year : James Yap (UE)
Finals MVP : Arwind Santos (FEU)
Defensive Player of the Year : Arwind Santos (FEU)
Mythical Team : James Yap (UE), Arwind Santos (FEU), Rey Mendoza (NU), Paul Artadi (UE), and Rich Alvarez (ADMU)
Rookie of the Year : Joseph Kenneth Casio (DLSU)
Coach of the Year : Koy Banal (FEU)
JUNIORS' Basketball
League MVP of the Year : Ken Barracoso (ADMU)
Mythical Team : Ken Barracoso (ADMU), Jerome Tungkol (UE), Jay Leyga (UST), Arvin Villanueva (UPIS) and David Atkins (DLSZ)
Rookie of the Year : Jomar Canuday (ADU)
WOMEN'S Basketball
League MVP of the Year : Dorothy Torres (ADU)
Mythical Team : Dorothy Torres (ADU), Minerva Narcisa (ADU), Aimee Manosca (DLSU) , Regina Velarde (DLSU) and Camille Dowling (UP)
Rookie of the Year : Cassandra Tioseco (ADMU)

UAAP VOLLEYBALL AWARDEES:
MEN'S Volleyball
Best Blocker : Alejandro Mallari (DLSU)
Best Setter : Janley Patrona (DLSU)
Best Receiver : Martin Thomas Libot (DLSU)
Best Spiker : Jarod Hubalde (UP)
Best Server : Jarod Hubalde (UP)
Best Libero : Paolo Martinez (UP)
Rookie of the Year : Edjet Mabbayad (FEU)
WOMEN'S Volleyball
Best Blocker : Maureen Penetrante (DLSU)
Best Setter : Cecile Chavas (FEU)
Best Receiver : Kristine Ann Dave (ADU)
Best Spiker : Monica Aleta (FEU)
Best Server : Joanne Bunag (FEU)
Rookie of the Year : Ma. Rosario Soriano (ADMU)





   
 

 
 

Tiger, Archer share UAAP spotlight as MVPs
March 24, 2004
Lloyd Escoses of Far Eastern University and Marielle Benitez of De La Salle emerged as Season 66's best athletes in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) Annual Awards Monday night. Escoses, the MVP in men's badminton, and Benitez, the best in women's football, shared the spotlight with high school top athletes Jed Angelo Magat of National University in chess and again, Lea Coline Langit of University of Santo Tomas (UST) in swimming.

 
  Top UAAP bets feted tonight
March 22, 2004
The cream of the crop of collegiate sports from general champion University of Santo Tomas to the various Most Valuable Players and top performers in both the senior and junior divisions will be feted tonight in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines' (UAAP) Season 66 Awards Night.
 
  UST swim ace leads jrs. MVP cast in UAAP
March 19, 2004
Lea Langit of University of Santo Tomas leads the cast of junior Most Valuable Players (MVP) who will be feted Monday during the Season 66 Awards Night of the University Athletic Association (UAAP) of the Philippines at the Henry Lee Irwin Theater inside Ateneo de Manila University’s Katipunan campus in Quezon City.
 
  UAAP to honor MVPs, top rookies
March 15, 2004
The best and the brightest in college sports take centerstage on March 22 in the Annual Awards of the 66th University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) which general host Ateneo is staging at the Henry Lee Irwin Theater inside its Katipunan campus.
 
  Blue Eagles are on track for UAAP general championship
March 15, 2004
Ateneo de Manila University has made early yet significant strides needed to attain its long-term goal in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) -- bag the general championship.
 
  6-foot-8 Reyes leaves UP, seeks national slot
March 03, 2004
BAD news for UP. Good news for the Philippine young men's team. Rising slotman Jay-R Reyes is no longer inclined to don the Maroons' colors for the third straight year in the coming UAAP cage wars.
 
  UAAP Update
February 27, 2004
Track and field also wrapped up last weekend with University of the East (UE) keeping the women’s crown and University of Santo Tomas maintaining second spot. The order of finish in women’s athletics was: FEU third, De La Salle fourth, Adamson fifth, Ateneo sixth and UP seventh.
 
  UST close to keeping overall title
February 21, 2004
University of Santo Tomas is zeroing in anew on the general championship of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines, but in this 66th season, it’s the University of the Philippines Maroons who are tailing the Tigers.
 
 

UST to appoint Parado as coach to replace Aric
February 20, 2004
A relative unknown in Mel Parado will take over the reins from Aric del Rosario as head coach of the University of Santo Tomas in the 67th season of the Universities Athletic Association of the Philippines basketball wars.

 
  PBA veteran Norman Black to keep UST Tigers honed
February 13, 2004
It's now the turn of the University of Santo Tomas Tigers to get a little help from their American connection.
As Bill Bayno continues to sharpen the claws of the Ateneo Eagles in time for this year's UAAP season, the Tigers, known for their no-surrender moods, aren't going to be left behind.
 
 

more news . . .

 
 
 
  Ateneo bags UAAP football crown ; La Salle shares honors, wins women’s championship
February 27, 2004
Jayson Costanilla was at the right place at the right time and scored at near pointblank range as Ateneo nipped University of the Philippines, 1-0, to win the UAAP football championship Wednesday.
 
 
 
  Falcons outlast Tigers, cart away 66th UAAP softball title
February 16, 2004
Adamson University survived a scare and nipped University of Santo Tomas (UST), 7-6, yesterday to snare its fifth women's softball crown in Season 66 of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP).
 
 
 
  UE rules fencing
February 17, 2004
University of the Philippines kept the women's fencing crown while University of the East remained king of fencing in the 66th UAAP championships.The Lady Maroons dominated the two-day fencing competitions that started last Saturday at the Ateneo gym.
 
 
 
 

UP tops baseball
February 17, 2004
UP drubbed University of Santo Tomas 10-3 to complete a two-game sweep of the baseball crown at the Rizal Memorial diamond last Sunday. The Maroons, also champions in 2000-2001, lost the crown last year to the Green Archers.

 
 
 
 

Ateneo women clinch UAAP badminton title
February 12, 2004
Ateneo de Manila University found itself in a zone on Sunday to clinch the University Athletic Association of the Philippines women’s badminton crown at the Rizal Memorial badminton courts. With a 1-1 card, the Ateneans needed to win all their remaining team matches to rule the four-team, single-round tournament.

 
 
 
  Taekwondo sweep for UST fighters
January 30, 2004
An all-powerful Santo Tomas crew swept the taekwondo titles in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP), underscoring its dominance by also bagging the individual awards in the men's, women's and juniors' contests. The Tigers, behind the gold medals of nationals Tshomlee Go (bantamweight), Jeferthom Go (lightweight) and Alexander Briones (middle/heavyweight), won all their five matches in the five-day competition.
 
 
 
  UST judokas sweep UAAP competitions
February 04, 2004
University of Santo Tomas swept the judo competitions in the UAAP championships Sunday with the Tigers nipping their counterparts from De la Salle, 4-3, and the Lady Tigress besting their rivals from the University of the Philippines at the UP College of Human Kinetics gym.
 
 
 
  DLSU wins women's tennis; UST forged playoff with DLSU for men's
January 27, 2004
De La Salle ran away with the women's tennis over the weekend in the 66th University Athletic Association of the Philippines. DLSU beat UST, 2-1, Sunday at the Rizal Racket Club in Pasig City, sweeping the double-round, six-game eliminations to retain the women's tennis title.
 
 
 
  LS-Zobel ran away with Boys volleyball; UST clinched Girls Volley title
January 27, 2004
The boys of La Salle-Zobel, on the other hand, defeated University of the East (UE), 25-22, 25-16, 19-25, 25-14, right at the UE Manila campus gymnasium to capture the high school volleyball crown via a sweep of the two-phase eliminations, 8-0.
 
 
 
 

Mens' Basketball: ’02 contract key to Tams UAAP championship win
Oct. 07, 2003
One year, two elimination rounds, two gruelling finals series matches and 12 signatures.
It took a long sacrifice before the Far Eastern University Tamaraws finally rewarded themselves with the crown that slipped their hands last year. But it was this same loss that made the Tamaraws commit themselves to clinching the 66th University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) men's basketball season title, and they did.
Womens' Basketball:Lady Falcons cop title
Oct. 06, 2003
Adamson leaned on key baskets by rookie Merenciana Arayi as it edged University of the Philippines, 46-44, to cop its first women’s cage title in a decade.

Juniors' Basketball:Medina wins it for Eaglets
Oct. 06, 2003
Carlo Medina scored on a twisting lay-up with 15 seconds remaining as Ateneo down Adamson, 84-82, yesterday to clinch the 66th UAAP high school basketball crown at the Araneta Coliseum.

 
 
 
 

UST bags table tennis titles
Oct. 04, 2003
University of Santo Tomas struggled and survived a scare in the men’s event but had a leisurely cruise in the women’s side to sweep the table tennis titles of the 66th University Athletic Association of the Philippines season on Wednesday.
UE bags juniors crown
Sept. 30, 2003
University of the East clinched its second juniors crown in the 66th UAAP season, bagging the table tennis title via a sweep of its 10-game assignment held the past two weekends at the University of Santo Tomas gym.

 
 
 
 

La Salle tanker surpasses national record;
Maroons, Lady Archers win

Oct. 03, 2003
La Salle's Benjamin Uy surpassed a national record while University of Santo Tomas' Lea Colin Langit and Ateneo's Raem Puno gave more meaning to the word potential as they ruled the swimming competitions of the 66th UAAP season.

 
 
 
  DLSU retains chess crown
Sept. 23, 2003
National Master John Paul Gomez led De La Salle in scooping practically all of the men's awards, including the crown which it retained, as the 66th University Athletic Association of the Philippines chess tournament came to a close Saturday.

UE captures UAAP junior chess crown

Sept. 16, 2003
University of the East poured it all in the final two rounds to runaway with its second straight juniors chess crown in season 66 of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP).
 
 
 
 

   
 

Fresh challenge
by Derek Pumaren - Game Plan at tribune.net.ph
It's my first real break in years and I'm using it to help my brother, Dindo, as he embarks on his first coaching job with the University of the East (UE). It's an institution familiar to my family as my father and mother graduated from UE while I and Franz played for its basketball teams before moving on to De La Salle.
The Good We Get From Losing
by Cielo Timbol
It's been told time and again that what matters most is not whether you win or lose, but it's how you play the game. However, it is undeniable that losing, in any field, brings about so much pain that we forget it also brings out something good.
One More Year
by Cielo Timbol
In a scenario of defeat what we will usually see is coaches and players finding fault amongst themselves or finding any one to throw the blame at.

Read more >>>

 
 


COPYRIGHT 2003-2004. UAAPGAMES.COM. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES
Best viewed at 1024 x 768 Resolution Site Requirements : Internet Explorer 4 +
Plug-in with
Macromedia Flash 4 or higher
POWERED BY: EZHIGHWAY.NET

UAAP 66th SEASON
FINAL STANDINGS
- SENIORS DIVISION -
Over-All Winner
UNIVERSITY OF STO. TOMAS
Tied at 2nd Place
DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY of the PHILS.
4th Place
UNIVERSITY of the EAST
5th Place
FAR EASTERN UNIVERSITY
6th Place
ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY
7th Place
ADAMSON UNIVERSITY
8th Place
NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
- JUNIORS DIVISION -
Over-All Winner
UNIVERSITY OF STO. TOMAS
2nd Place
UNIVERSITY of the EAST
3rd Place
DE LA SALLE ZOBEL
4th Place
ATENEO DE MANILA
5th Place
UNIVERSITY of the PHILS.
6th Place
NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
7th Place
ADAMSON UNIVERSITY
UAAP 66th SEASON
MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS
- SENIORS DIVISION -
ATHLETICS
Ralph Waldo Soguilon
(DLSU)
Mary Grace Melgar
(UE)
BADMINTON
Lloyd Escoses
(FEU)
Irene Chiu
(Ateneo)
BASEBALL
Darwin de la Calzada
(UP)
BASKETBALL
James Carlos Yap
(UE)
Dorothy CV Torres
(Adamson)
CHESS
John Paul Gomez
(DLSU)
Christine Grace Espallardo
(UP)
FENCING
Edmond Velez
(UE)
Virgie Nuestro
(UP)
FOOTBALL
Ariel Zerrudo Jr.
(UP)
Marielle Benitez
( DLSU)
JUDO
Artur Emile T. Dela Cerna
(UST)
Mary Joan P. Licup
(UST)
LAWN TENNIS
Yannick Guba
(DLSU)
Bernardine Aurell Sepulveda
(DLSU)
SOFTBALL
Lovely Parohinog
(Adamson)
SWIMMING
Benjamin Uy
(DLSU)
Michelle Nisce
(UST)
TABLE TENNIS
Celedonio T. Pisan Jr.
(UST)
Jaymee P. Yanga
(UST)
TAEKWONDO
Jeferthom Go
(UST)
Josephine Strachan
(UST)
VOLLEYBALL
Janley Patrona
(DLSU)
Desiree C. Hernandez
(DLSU)
- JUNIORS DIVISION -
BASKETBALL
Ken Joseph C. Barracoso
(ADMU)
CHESS
Jed Angelo Magat
(NU)
SWIMMING
Raem
(ADMU)
John Solita
(UST)
TABLE TENNIS
Jester D. Tariga
(UE)
TRACK & FIELD
Roland Lester Guballa
(ADMU)
VOLLEYBALL
Mark Paul Trinidad
(DLSZ)
Fatima Rebuyas
(UST)
UAAP 66th SEASON
ROOKIES OF THE YEAR
- SENIORS DIVISION -
ATHLETICS
Benigno Marayag
(UST)
Marecil Maquilan
(UE)
BADMINTON
Wilmer Frias
(FEU)
Theresa Sebastian
(FEU)
BASKETBALL
Joseph Evans Casio
(DLSU)
Cassandra Noel Tioseco
(Ateneo)
BASEBALL
Francis Fuentes
(UST)
CHESS
John Paul Gomez
(DLSU)
Madelaine Abeleda
(UST)
FOOTBALL
Patrick Ozaeta
(Ateneo)
Gianina Yusi
(DLSU)
JUDO
Ryan Anthony Paglinawan
(UST)
Kristine Castillo
(UST)
LAWN TENNIS
Erwin de Guzman
(DLSU)
Mary Rose Celiste Panis
(DLSU)
SOFTBALL
Mary Joy Juanitas
(DLSU)
SWIMMING
Jorge Dy
(DLSU)
Camille Eser
(DLSU)
TABLE TENNIS
William Ng
(UST)
Louise Ann Clemente
(FEU)
TAEKWONDO
Gershon Bautista
(UST)
Esther Marie Singson
(UST)
VOLLEYBALL
Edjet Mabbayad
(FEU)
Ma. Rosario Soriano
(Ateneo)
- JUNIORS DIVISION -
BASKETBALL
Leoncio Jomar Cabuday
(ADU)
CHESS
Adrian Perez
(UE)
SWIMMING
James Siaron
(DLSZ)
Ducielle Suarez
(UPIS)
TABLE TENNIS
Joseph Felix
(UE)
TRACK & FIELD
Denise Avram Salva
(UST)
VOLLEYBALL
Elmer de la Cruz
(UE)
Giza Yumang
(UE)