Cousins Jollo and Isaac Go remain close despite rivalry on the court
by Juro Morilla
Shookt Sports Feature // April 1, 2018

Despite currently playing for the DLSU Green Archers and the ADMU Blue Eagles respectively, cousins Jollo Go and Isaac Go have made sure that the rivalry between the two schools would not tarnish the friendship that they’ve built ever since they were little kids. “Bata pa lang kami, lagi ko na siya [Isaac] kasama. Akala…

The next chapter: Kiefer Ravena takes talents to Taft Ave
by Patrick Quintero and Jose Reyes
Shookt Sports Feature Sports News // March 31, 2018

In an unexpected move, former two-time UAAP Most Valuable Player Kiefer Ravena has made his announcement that he will be enrolling in DLSU in the following academic year. Through an intimate letter published on Twitter, Ravena described the move as “challenging” and recalls feeling a “range of emotions” during the decision process. The NLEX Road…

Montalbo opens Kib’s Kebabs
by Brent Guiao and Katrina Mañalac
Shookt Sports Feature //

Following the footsteps of Andrei Caracut and former teammate Jeron Teng, Green Archer Kib Montalbo is the next to open a stall in Agno, Kib’s Kebabs. Citing his love for Middle Eastern cuisine, the pesky point guard wanted to try his luck in the food business before graduating from DLSU. “Since business student ako, gusto…

Animo Squad to become the next Japan Home Center endorser
by Katrina Mañalac and Gabriel Garcia
Shookt Sports Feature Sports News //

The UAAP Cheerdance Competition is one of the most awaited events of the UAAP Season. It is known to be a highly entertaining event to watch as it showcases routines with death defying stunts and high energy dances. On its 23rd edition, the DLSU Animo Squad’s cheerdance drought continued as the team still wasn’t able…

DLSU athletes to pursue eSports Careers
by Roberto Matibag and Bench Peralta
Shookt Sports Feature //

Athletes shifting careers in sports are a rarity in the industry but there a few instances wherein an athlete feels burned out and wants to change sports to diversify their careers. An example of this would be six-time NBA Champion Michael Jordan who announced his retirement in 1993 to make a pit stop in baseball,…

Paraiso, Rivero brothers achieve greater heights in FIBA 3×3
by Renzo Mercado and Hashir Masood
Shookt Sports Feature //

With various reasons keeping them off the Green Archers, the Rivero siblings and Brent Paraiso decided to raise the bar and join the FIBA 3×3 tournament. The negative comments received by the Green Archers seemed to fuel them to step-up and join the international league. “I know myself, and I would never do such a…

Michele Gumabao to launch beauty pageant school
by Andrea Punzalan and Danielle Capule
Shookt Sports Feature //

Last April 2017, Michele Gumabao enlisted to join Aces and Queens, a beauty pageant training camp that specializes in coaching women hoping to compete in national beauty pageants. All the hard work and effort paid off as the former DLSU Lady Spiker was recently crowned as the 2018 Bb. Pilipinas-Globe during the 55th edition of…

Coach Aldin Ayo resigns, turns over new leaf as “DJ Mayhem”
by Patrick Quintero
Shookt Sports Feature // April 1, 2017

Yesterday, in a press conference held by the UAAP and the DLSU Office of Sports Development at the 4th Floor of the Henry Sy Sr. Hall, DLSU Green Archers head coach Aldin Ayo announced his resignation from his position. Ayo made the surprising announcement in the presence of Danding Cojuangco, his coaching staff, various media…