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Garcia and Romeo-less FEU Tams squeak by JRU to end preseason with a win May 31, 2013 2:54pm With their quarterfinals hopes dashed by San Beda College's victory over the College of Saint Benilde, there was nothing left for new Far Eastern University
U Jerie Pingoy could very well be the most popular high school basketball player in the land today...Several years ago, another FEU point guard was offered the same opportunity, but his reaction to the proposal differed...Di naman lahat ng offer na
Far Eastern University, 26-24, 25-22, 23-25, 25-19, in game two of the season 75 finals on Saturday at the Arena in San Juan. Peter Torres put the period on the championship series by converting on a powerful, match-clinching attack a fitting finish
Twitter to new high school residency rule] Doesn't it sound like a punishment?...If you want it so much, then go right ahead and wait a little longer...Score points for the genuine development of homegrown talent...Because their high school programs
Ateneo de Manila University Blue Eagle Kiefer Ravena took to Twitter to air his grievances, saying, "Players should be given the freedom to choose what school they want to play in."...One thing that is not yet clear though is what happens should the
Saturday at the Araneta Coliseum. After taking the first two sets, the Tamaraws conceded the third and fourth to take the game to a fifth set. NU started the fifth playing catch-up, before errors on kills put the Bulldogs ahead 7-5 early on. A
FEU Tamaraws nabbed for drug possession February 27, 2013 4:20pm Two Far Eastern University Tamaraws were taken into police custody Wednesday after being caught with suspected marijuana near their campus in Manila. Police arrested Anthony Hargrove Jr.
Ronjay Galang and Armando Maleon teamed up for the Falcons, who tightened their hold of the third spot with an 8-5 card, as they combined for 41 points to topple the Tamaraws down. Karl Ian Dela Calzada had 20 points for FEU, which recovered from a
John Ian Depamaylo, FEU's hero against rival University of Santo Tomas last Wednesday, picked up where he left off with game-highs 15 points on 14 hits. Looking to end the match quickly, the Tamaraws got off to a strong start in the opening set. But
Far Eastern University and University of the Philippines tightened their grip on spots in the top four with separate wins Sunday. The Blue Booters pinned another loss on University of the East, scoring quick goals in the first half for a 2-0 victory.