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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…


DLSU athletes issue challenge to WWE superstars
by Brent Guiao and Rex Tan
Shookt Sports Feature //

When the World Wrestling Entertainment’s (WWE’s) biggest stars passed by the Philippines for a live event last September, fans didn’t expect that it would be anything more than a series of exhibition matches. That changed, however, when the infamously obnoxious Chris Jericho began mouthing off. “I haven’t been to the Philippines for eight years, and…


It’s Ricci Time! Now available on IOS and Android
by Dan Jerusalem
Shookt Sports Feature // March 31, 2017

Lasallians have long been known to be the most prominent entrepreneurs in the country, with some students not even waiting to claim their diplomas before venturing into the world of business. The same can be said of rookie shooting guard Ricci Rivero of the Green Archers, who now has entered the mobile app industry with…


June Mar Fajardo and Kim Fajardo discover family ties
by Gio Gloria and Danielle Capule
Shookt Sports Feature //

A few weeks ago, accusations were hurled at DLSU Lady Spiker Kim Fajardo allegedly having a relative serving as a statistician in the UAAP Season 79 Women’s Volleyball Tournament. Although it was proven untrue, the fifth-year player could not dodge another family rumor that had been thrown at her this year: that Philippine Basketball Association…


Green and Lady Tankers: Swimming out of the comfort zone
by Luigi Jacinto
Sports Feature // April 24, 2015

After falling short in their appearance during last season’s swimming tournament, the DLSU Green and Lady Tankers have incorporated a new training regimen to improve their performance. Changes will include more training hours, a higher intensity level of conditioning, and the most recent move by their coaches: have their athletes train at the Pasig River….


DLSU Green, Lady Woodpushers to revamp training regimen
by Tinsel Joaquin
Sports Feature //

Relying heavily on one’s strategic and tactical prowess, chess is a sport that gives importance to the technical capabilities of its players. Thus, the usual training of a chess player focuses on learning maneuvers and techniques for various situations and applying them during the match. This has been the practice of the DLSU Green and…


30 years and counting: An interview with Archie the Green Archer
by Jason Runes
Sports Feature //

Remember the time when DLSU was neither a member of two of the country’s premiere collegiate leagues, the UAAP and the NCAA? Most, if not all of those currently in campus may not remember that. Save for one – the Green Archer statue. Currently located at the Central Plaza looking far and wide, Archie, his…


UAAP board approves “vintage” jersey rule
by Maria Terese de Borja and Ton Lichauco
Sports Feature // April 28, 2014

The UAAP board aims to bring back the old school vibe of basketball by approving the “vintage” jersey rule.