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    Kampeon ang Lady Pirates !!

    Lyceum of the Philippines University-Batangas kept its poise down the stretch and subdued San Beda College-Alabang, 69-56, to capture the women’s basketball championship of the 14th NCAA South last weekend at the LIMA gym in Batangas City.

    Ferlyn Dalida fired 19 points while Jelly Bacaria chipped in 10 points as the Lady Pirates escaped past their rival’s fourth-quarter rally to sweep their best-of-three title series.

    Lyceum won, 62-60, in Game 1.

    Rookie Angelica de Austria also added 10 points for the Lady Pirates despite suffering from nausea.

    The win gave Lyceum its fourth title in five years.

    Shantell Limjoco had 13 points and Irene Jardiniano scored 11 markers for San Beda.

    In boys basketball, University of Perpetual Help-Calamba squeaked past De La Salle-Lipa 60-57, to force a deciding Game 3.

    In volleyball, defending champion Perpetual outlasted Lyceum, 25-20, 25-21, 23-25, 25-12, to inch closer to the men’s crown.

    Perpetual’s female counterpart likewise dominated First Asian Institute of Technology and Humanities, 23-25, 21-25, 25-20, 25-23, 15-11, in Game 1 of their best-of-three title series.

  2. #42
    congrats lyceum first game against san beda 70-66

  3. #43
    Congrats Lyceum. You deserve that win.

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    ACCEL SYNCHRO! HollowSantiago's Avatar
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    Turning point of the match last night..

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    At nanalo ulit ang LPU kanina kalaban ang Mapua... 2-1 na sila

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    Meaner Than Demons QuincyHernandez's Avatar
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    SSCR (8-5) def. LPU (4-9), 58-53.

    SSCR (58) -- Perez 28, Dela Cruz 6, Rebollos 5, Gusi 4, Tano 4, Trinidad 3, Vergara 3, Balucanag 2, Aquino 2, Magno 1.

    LPU (53) -- Zamora 12, Ko 11, Mbomiko 10, Lesmoras 6, Francisco 4, Ambohot 4, Azores 2, Lacastesantos 2, Taladua 2, Mendoza 0, Baltazar 0, Evangelista 0, Alanes 0.

    Quarters: 23-12, 36-20, 45-37, 58-53.

  10. #49
    Viva Pirata! Grabe!

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    ⠧⠁⠥⠛⠓⠝ ⠚⠕⠗⠑⠍ ⠎⠕⠗⠊⠁⠝⠕ Envy16's Avatar
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    they were able to win against SBC, CSJL, SSC-R, and UPHSD this season! Much respect to the Pirates! Keep it up!

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    kung nanalo baste kanina, laglag na sana sila. buti na lang nanalo ang SBC

  14. #53
    itong LPU na ito is classic example this season na how to play bad or worst pa nga and best basketball.

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    ayan tanggal na ang LPU sa playoffs hunt.

    husay pa lang LPU sa debut year nila naka 7 wins. di na nila nalagpasan yan. (kaya pa this year if they win all of their 3 games).

    BTW, kelan kaya mananalo ang LPU Jr. Pirates? Nag-iimprove naman ang blowout losses nila. From season 87's 33-115 loss vs. AU, ngayon, 62-70 na lang. konti na lang.

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    juniors game ba yung nasa pics?

    daming tao ah

  18. #57
    uy may ganyang kulay din ako ng medyas ni LSGH dude.

  19. #58
    congrats LPU for this season 8 wins is not bad

    talagang gumagawa kayo ng statement na kaya niyo talaga makipagsabayan sa NC

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    how's it goin for LPU?

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    Former FEU coach Glen Capacio happy to be back in college game

    AFTER four years of absence, Glen Capacio is making a return to the college basketball scene as one of the assistant coaches of the Lyceum Pirates in the NCAA.

    The GlobalPort assistant coach last handled a college team in 2010 when he took alma mater Far Eastern University to the UAAP finals with a team led RR Garcia and Terrence Romeo. The Tamaraws, however, lost to Ateneo in the finals.

    Capacio said he was happy to grab the opportunity to return to college basketball through an offer from Lyceum coach Bonnie Tan, his fellow assistant coach at GlobalPort.

    “Tinanong ako kung gusto kong makatulong sa Lyceum, sabi ko anytime,” Capacio said.

    Despite bringing FEU to the Final Four in three of his four years in charge, Capacio stepped down after the 2010 season and made his return to head coaching when he mentored the Mikee Romero-owned Philippine Patriots in the 2012 season of the Asean Basketball League.

    He eventually became the first coach of Romero’s GlobalPort in the Philippine Cup of the 2012-2013 PBA season before sliding down to an assistant role the following conference.

    A former PBA cager who starred with Alvin Patrimonio and Jerry Codinera in the multi-titled Purefoods teams of the nineties, Capacio said he is happy to be back in the college game as he can again help young players hone their game - something he is passionate about.

    “Passion natin nandyan pa rin naman kaya nagpapasalamat ako sa Lyceum na binigyan ako ng opportunity,” said Capacio, whose son Gwyne plays for Ateneo in the UAAP. “Passion ko rin na makatulog sa mga bata. Eto ‘yung way ko na ma-share ko ‘yung talent ko sa mga bata.”

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