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DLSU Green Archers to be featured in Coach Aldin movie
by Claro Manzano
Sports News // April 1, 2016

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….


Classes of athletes to be moved to Razon
by Ton Lichauco
Sports News //

The Office of the Vice Chancellor of Academics (OVCA), along with the Office of Sports Development (OSD), is pushing for the classes of all student athletes to be moved to the Enrique M. Razon Sports Center by the first term of academic year (AY) 2016-2017. The move to have the classes of the athletes held…


Being a pilot division, the mixed gender UAAP Season 79 to pilot mixed gender sports
by Josef Fuentebella and Jose Rafael Mendoza
Sports News //

The UAAP board has recently announced the inclusion of a mixed genders division in select sports as a pilot division in the league’s 79th Season. The sports events that will open a mixed gender division are Badminton, Table Tennis, and Lawn Tennis. Being a pilot division, the mixed genders sports will not be included in…


Ara Galang to open up her own shop after college
by Tinsel Joaquin
Sports News //

Ara Galang has been making a name in the volleyball scene ever since the start of her UAAP career in 2011. With her skills and smarts, she was named captain for the renowned Lady Spikers even before her senior year. Despite Galang’s promising career as an athlete, it was revealed that she wanted to follow…


Green Jin Raphael Mella added to the cast of Tekken 7
by Ton Lichauco
Sports News // April 24, 2015

Since 1994, the Tekken series has been revolutionizing the gaming world with its innovations in combat gaming. It didn’t take long for the game to become a smash hit in console gaming and arcades around the world. Even after two decades, Tekken is still considered as one of the top franchises in fighting games globally….


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

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…


The prodigal son returns: Kobe Paras commits to La Salle
by Josef Fuentebella and Dan Jerusalem
Sports News //

  De La Salle University (DLSU) has much to cheer for with the arrival of former La Salle Greenhills (LSGH) standout, Kobe Paras, who will be eligible to suit up for the Green Archers in UAAP season 79. Paras, who is the son of PBA legend Benjie Paras, is currently playing for Cathedral High School…