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Pilipino Star
Diliman College sets Fr. Martin Cup finals duel vs San Bedaseries of tournaments after they repulsed the College of St. Benilde Blazers, 8
Pilipino Star / Posted 2 days ago
series of tournaments after they repulsed the College of St. Benilde Blazers, 82-79. The Red Lions earlier stopped the Adamson Falcons, 75-72, to arrange a showdown with the Blue Dragons this Sunday in 59 in this cagefest, which is supported by... Read more
2d
Manila Standard Today
Falcons trounce Warriors, 66-57Arena. Two players went down with sprained feet in the fourth period and the W
Manila Standard Today / Posted 2 days ago
Arena. Two players went down with sprained feet in the fourth period and the Warriors missed easy baskets, allowing the Adamson Falcons to post a 66-57 win in the 80th University Athletic Association of the Philippines men’s basketball... Read more
3d
Manila Standard Today
Blue Eagles wary of BulldogsSandy Arespacochaga. So far, the Blue Eagles have stretched their winning run
Manila Standard Today / Posted 3 days ago
Sandy Arespacochaga. So far, the Blue Eagles have stretched their winning run to eight after their 71-59 triumph over the Adamson Falcons last Saturday. Thirdy Ravena led Ateneo’s balanced attack with 15 points in that game. On the other hand,... Read more
5d
Manila Standard Today
FEU Tamaraws demolish undermanned UST TigersTams’ 26-point victory is considered as the second biggest winning margin this
Manila Standard Today / Posted 5 days ago
Tams’ 26-point victory is considered as the second biggest winning margin this season. It also put them ahead of the Adamson Falcons at third spot. Interestingly, UST also experienced the season’s biggest blowout loss at 29 points, an 86-115... Read more
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7d
Manila Standard Today
Ateneo battles dangerous AdamsonIN the second round, the Ateneo Blue Eagles are wary of two teams, the Adamson
Manila Standard Today / Posted 7 days ago
IN the second round, the Ateneo Blue Eagles are wary of two teams, the Adamson Falcons, and the National University Bulldogs. Both are improving and will be dangerous as the 80th University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) men’s... Read more
9d
Inquirier.net
Archers survive Tams’ final rallywho shot just 5-of-16 from the field for 18 points. The win allowed the Archer
Inquirier.net / Posted 9 days ago
who shot just 5-of-16 from the field for 18 points. The win allowed the Archers to break the tie for second with the Adamson Falcons as they improved to 6-2, while dealing the Tamaraws their second straight defeat for a 4-4... Read more
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10d
Manila Standard Today
Archers try to bounce back, battle Tamarawswon despite their 39.44 percent shooting clip, way below their average of 44.2.
Manila Standard Today / Posted 10 days ago
won despite their 39.44 percent shooting clip, way below their average of 44.2. La Salle shares a 5-2 record with the Adamson Falcons. FEU, on the other hand, has a 4-3 slate in third. Earlier, the University of the Philippines Fighting... Read more
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12d
Manila Standard Today
Ateneo defense clicks, escapes past La Salle, 76-75of 44.2 percent. Ricci Rivero unloaded 19 points for the Green Archers, who fo
Manila Standard Today / Posted 12 days ago
of 44.2 percent. Ricci Rivero unloaded 19 points for the Green Archers, who found themselves sharing second with the Adamson Falcons in second at 5-2. Anton Asisitio shot 14 points for Ateneo while Jolo Mendoza added 10. The Green Archers... Read more
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12d
Manila Standard Today
Nieto’s freebies, Ravena’s defense key Ateneo’s winround at 7-0, while Ricci Rivero unloaded 19 points for the Green Archers, who
Manila Standard Today / Posted 12 days ago
round at 7-0, while Ricci Rivero unloaded 19 points for the Green Archers, who found themselves sharing second with the Adamson Falcons in second at 5-2. “We were asking for better defense from the guys. We weren’t too happy with our defense.... Read more
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14d
Manila Standard Today
University of the East Warriors take on University of Santo Tomas Tigersthe second game, Far Eastern University hopes to extend its winning streak to t
Manila Standard Today / Posted 14 days ago
the second game, Far Eastern University hopes to extend its winning streak to three in their 4 p.m. match with the Adamson Falcons. The Tams are upbeat after they hurdled the University of the Philippines Fighting Maroons, 78-59. Pasaol’s... Read more
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16d
Manila Standard Today
Falcons edge UP Maroons for 4th victoryteammates were waiting underneath. Papi Sarr bungled a follow-up, but Sean Man
Manila Standard Today / Posted 16 days ago
teammates were waiting underneath. Papi Sarr bungled a follow-up, but Sean Manganti canned a putback that propelled the Adamson Falcons to a 73-71 verdict over the University of the Philippines Fighting Maroons yesterday at the Big... Read more
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17d
Manila Standard Today
Tough sked for Adamson FalconsIT’S a tough and busy week for the Adamson Falcons. And they hope to come out
Manila Standard Today / Posted 17 days ago
IT’S a tough and busy week for the Adamson Falcons. And they hope to come out of it in flying colors. Falcons’ coach Franz Pumaren said this as the San Marcelino-based dribblers prepare to meet University of the Philippines at 2 p.m. today at the... Read more
18d
Inquirier.net
GlobalPort ‘lends’ Franz to AdamsonCoach Franz Pumaren can now focus on his mission of turning the fortunes of Ada
Inquirier.net / Posted 18 days ago
Coach Franz Pumaren can now focus on his mission of turning the fortunes of Adamson Falcons in the UAAP around. This developed after GlobalPort management and Pumaren reached an agreement that allowed the multititled coach to go on leave so he can... Read more
22d
Pilipino Star
Adamson star Jan Colina finds different calling with the Armynot only with his game but also playing time. For those who do not know of wha
Pilipino Star / Posted 22 days ago
not only with his game but also playing time. For those who do not know of what has been going on with the former Adamson Falcons star, he was already two years into service with the Philippine Army. He had been granted permission to... Read more
24d
Inquirier.net
Ateneo shoots for 5th straight triumphconquest of University of Santo Tomas on Saturday. Racela expects another dogf
Inquirier.net / Posted 24 days ago
conquest of University of Santo Tomas on Saturday. Racela expects another dogfight against the Bulldogs, who lost to the Adamson Falcons, 83-76, on Sunday. “It doesn’t matter who you play, it’s really tough to get wins [in the UAAP],” said... Read more
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25d
Inquirier.net
UAAP Starting 5: Week 3a class of his own and his 15 points plus his defensive leadership against UST
Inquirier.net / Posted 25 days ago
a class of his own and his 15 points plus his defensive leadership against UST puts him on this seven-man list. Papi Sarr (Adamson Falcons) Papi Sarr. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.net Papi Sarr was decent in his first game in Season 80 as he... Read more
29d
Pilipino Star
Falcons, Bullpups book wins in Fr. Martin cagefestMANILA, Philippines — The Adamson Falcons and the the National University Bullp
Pilipino Star / Posted 29 days ago
MANILA, Philippines — The Adamson Falcons and the the National University Bullpups won over separate foes last Saturday to move within reach of semifinal berths and quarterfinals slots in the senior and junior division games of the 15th Fr. Martin... Read more
30d
Manila Standard Today
NU Bulldogs tame UST Tigers for 2nd winchampion La Salle Green Archers. His inside presence made a difference all thr
Manila Standard Today / Posted 30 days ago
champion La Salle Green Archers. His inside presence made a difference all throughout as the Green Archers demolished the Adamson Falcons, 83-73. Mbala, fresh from his stint with the Cameroonian national team, scored 10 points as the Green... Read more
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30d
Inquirier.net
NU fights off UST, improves to 2-1two NU defenders pulled UST within three, 87-84, with 2:00 minutes to go. The
Inquirier.net / Posted 30 days ago
two NU defenders pulled UST within three, 87-84, with 2:00 minutes to go. The Tigers had 41 turnovers in a loss to the Adamson Falcons on Saturday and while they managed to cut down on their errors, they still committed 29, several of which... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Unbeaten La Salle welcomes Mbala back vs Adamsonwith Cameroon in Fiba Afrobasket, returns to the lineup as the Green Archers gu
Inquirier.net / Posted a month ago
with Cameroon in Fiba Afrobasket, returns to the lineup as the Green Archers gun for their third straight win against the Adamson Falcons in the 4 p.m. game. National U clashes with University of Santo Tomas at 4 p.m. with the Tigers shooting for... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Mighty win brings Eagles to solo leadU last night at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Picking up from where they left of
Pilipino Star / Posted 1 months ago
U last night at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. Picking up from where they left off in two blowout wins over the fancied Adamson Falcons and contender University of the Philippines Maroons, the Ateneans ran like a well-oiled machine and unloaded... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Sablan looks at positives despite UST’s 41 turnoversof Santo Tomas head coach Boy Sablan remained positive despite the Growling Tig
Inquirier.net / Posted 1 months ago
of Santo Tomas head coach Boy Sablan remained positive despite the Growling Tigers sloppy performance in a loss to the Adamson Falcons Saturday. UST turned the ball over 41 times, the most since Far Eastern University committed 44 turnovers... Read more
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Manila Standard Today
Archers’ big men step up in Ben’s absenceEast Red Warriors last Saturday, with Dave Wilson Yu having 14 points, 8 reboun
Manila Standard Today / Posted 1 months ago
East Red Warriors last Saturday, with Dave Wilson Yu having 14 points, 8 rebounds, two assists and two steals. Later, the Adamson Falcons will try to rebound from a loss to Ateneo in their 4 p.m. showdown with the University of Santo Tomas... Read more

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