UAAP: Field hockey, figure skating, windsurfing set as demo sports in Season 80
by Jose Rafael Mendoza and Juro Morilla
Sports News // March 31, 2017

Entering the 80th season of the UAAP, three sports will be making their debut in the Philippine collegiate scene. After going through deliberations with the various member schools of the league in order to merit their inclusion, field hockey, figure skating, and windsurfing will be played as demonstration sports. “Part of our thrust in the…

UAAP : Mika Reyes to suit up for the Lady Archers in UAAP Season 79
by Claro Manzano
Sports News // April 1, 2016

“Noon kasi I would play basketball para magcross-training sa offseason for volleyball. Na enjoy ko naman,” said Reyes, adding that playing competitive basketball will keep her in shape prior to the UAAP Volleyball tournament. Despite playing for the Lady Spikers in the past few seasons, the veteran middle hitter clarified that she is still eligible…

UAAP extends allowable playing years for athletes
by Ton Lichauco

After a lengthy discussion, the UAAP board finalized their decision to extend the maximum number of playing years to seven, two more years than the current five allowed by the league. The rationale behind this decision was to give players the option to pursue further studies in their respective universities while still being eligible to…

Students vs faculty: From classrooms to courts
by Tinsel Joaquin and Renz Lucas
Sports News //

With the theme “Fostering Camaraderie and Athleticism through Sports”, the University Student Government (USG), in partnership with the Faculty Association (FA) and the Office of Sports Development (OSD), will hold the very first student versus faculty tournament games that will be dubbed as the “Battle Royale: Students vs Profs”. The competition will be a term-long…

Rizal Memorial Sports Complex to be introduced as DLSU’s newest facility
by Josef Fuentebella and Renz Lucas
Sports News //

In order to address the University’s need for more campus space, the DLSU administration has recently announced their purchase of the historic Rizal Memorial Sports Complex (RMSC) adjacent to the school. The meeting, which was attended by various representatives from the administration, faculty, and the University Student Government (USG), discussed the details of the the…

NBA MVP Curry holds shooting clinic for Green Archers
by Dan Jerusalem and Jose Rafael Mendoza
Sports News //

Unbeknownst to many, the DLSU Green Archers attended a mini-clinic held by NBA superstar Stephen Curry in a recent visit to the United States. The reigning MVP led the clinic, which was held in Oakland, California during a four-day game break in the NBA regular season. Curry is currently enjoying unprecedented success with his team, the…

Fitness and wellness with yoga
by Dan Jerusalem
Sports News //

Almost four years after the introduction of FITWELL (Fitness and Wellness) to DLSU’s curriculum, the course has continued to receive a lot of praise not just from the instructors, but from the students as well. “It really motivated me to be fit and healthy. In a way, it changed my lifestyle,” says Anthony Borromeo (V,…

DLSU Green Archers to be featured in Coach Aldin movie
by Claro Manzano
Sports News //

Coach Aldin Ayo of the DLSU Green Archers is set to be featured in a movie of his own, dubbed “Coach Aldin”. The highly anticipated movie is set to showcase Ayo’s life story from his roots in Sorsogon to his playing career with the Letran Knights and his prominent rise in the basketball coaching scene….