UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by syadaker on Thu Oct 15, 2015 8:58 am

hindi kaya nangangamoy custodio si batiller?

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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by ghost09 on Thu Oct 15, 2015 4:47 pm

nah. we are just asking too much from a rookie/transferee albeit a good one at that because wala tayong ibang option (inconsistency from the others). pag bumaba laro niya matik hirap tayo walang ibang sumasalo ng scoring. looking at the box score De Leon 0pts Abanto 0pts these two especially De leon have to be consitent every single game , we were also 2/15 from 3 and all in all 30% shooting hirap talaga tayo manalo kung ganyan ang statline.

May matino namang tayo program with the pumarens.We gotta endure these growing pains in the longrun we will be good because of this

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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by cavalier18 on Wed Oct 21, 2015 10:40 am

May game tayo women's basketball sa Oct. 22, 2015. 11am sa Blue Eagle gym. Supportahan din natin sila.

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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by icemint on Mon Oct 26, 2015 8:38 am

Sayang yung games sa Women's.

46-45 panalo UP.

We had every opportunity to capture win the game.

Sayang. The Lady Warriors are eliminated. Ang dami din nilang winnable games, last game panalo na dapat sila sa dlsu kaya lang nahabol sila at nag overtime, nanalo dlsu sa ot 70-73.

Ang liliit ng Women's natin pero lumalaban, luge lang talaga tayo sa NU may import sila na at fil-am na around 6'3, sa dlsu may 6'3 din sila.

hirap talaga tayo sa recruitment, ang NU High School 15k allowance monthly, paano pa pag college. Ang UE High School, 3k lang.

Ang layo. Lahat talaga ng magagaling sa NU pupunta.


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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by icemint on Mon Oct 26, 2015 8:43 am

Another sayang game vs FEU, we lost by 4, we missed 10-12 free throws, missed point-blank shots and has been outrebounded.

Kung walang import FEU malamang tambak na tambak sa atin un.

And as always, tayo ang biktima ng non-calls at bad calls.

Revelation si Jayson Varilla, kaya pala pinipirata ng San Beda.

Balita ko baka ibalik daw si Arafat. 1 lang mawawala sa team - Javier, at sureball na si Cudal idedemote sa Team B yan. That leaves 2 slots available for next year.

May 3 na tayong big men, 2 na yung sure na papasok next season.

di ko alam kung pwede na yung galing davao tapos may Larupay pa na papasok.

3-4 slots need natin next season. 2 pa need natin iopen, Penuela I guess and/or Gagate need natin ibaba.

Shooter si Penuela kaya lang mukang magiging Sumido ver 2.0 to.

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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by icemint on Mon Oct 26, 2015 8:50 am

UE Taekwondo News:

We almost swept the Taekwondo Tournament natsambahan lang tayo ng UST Men's. Sayang!

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UE Volleyball News:

Natalo tayo sa NU in 5 sets sa UAAP Boy's Volleyball Finals, puro rookies pero pinahirapan ang undefeated NU Bullpups, na may 2 6-footer.

Mga players natin as usual maliliit.

At kahit sa Vball may kakupalan na nangyayari. Kakagigil mga linesmen! Kitang kita na IN sasabihin OUT at Pag OUT sasabihin IN pabor sa NU.

Kakagigil!!!!!!

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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by syadaker on Mon Oct 26, 2015 8:47 pm

icemint wrote:Another sayang game vs FEU, we lost by 4, we missed 10-12 free throws, missed point-blank shots and has been outrebounded.

Kung walang import FEU malamang tambak na tambak sa atin un.

And as always, tayo ang biktima ng non-calls at bad calls.

Revelation si Jayson Varilla, kaya pala pinipirata ng San Beda.

Balita ko baka ibalik daw si Arafat. 1 lang mawawala sa team - Javier, at sureball na si Cudal idedemote sa Team B yan. That leaves 2 slots available for next year.

May 3 na tayong big men, 2 na yung sure na papasok next season.

di ko alam kung pwede na yung galing davao tapos may Larupay pa na papasok.

3-4 slots need natin next season. 2 pa need natin iopen, Penuela I guess and/or Gagate need natin ibaba.

Shooter si Penuela kaya lang mukang magiging Sumido ver 2.0 to.

Admin, sino yang 2 malaking player na papasok? Fil-am? and sino naman yung from Davao? Si Larupay tumatangkad pa daw eh, balita ko din ibabalik si Arafat, medyo good boy na daw =)


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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by icemint on Tue Oct 27, 2015 9:05 am

ERRATUM:

The UE Lady Warriors are still in the hunt for the Women's Basketball Final 4, as they are currently tied with the Lady Eagles at the 4th spot with identical 4-6 slate.

The Lady Warriors will face the FEU Lady Tamaraws on November 4, 1pm at the Blue Eagle Gym!

Go Fight Red and White!
‪#‎KakayaninNatinTo‬!

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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by icemint on Tue Oct 27, 2015 9:08 am

@syadaker,

yup 2 fil-am, yung sinabi ni Asst. Coach Palaganas,

Tapos may narecruit pa si Coach Derek sa Davao na big man, muka tong transferee kaya malamang mag residency pa to.

Wow lumalaki pa si Larupay?!! Good news yan para sa atin, sana mag 6'4-6'5 pa sya.

Halimaw yan pag nagkataon.

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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by cavalier18 on Tue Oct 27, 2015 4:23 pm

May pwede tayong i-recruit na big man from CKSC (medyo marami connections ni Pumaren dito) na 6'8-6'9. Katawang parang AVO. Halimaw sa poste.

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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by ghost09 on Wed Oct 28, 2015 8:41 pm

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UE’s Chris Javier dreams overtime for his college career
by rick olivares

Time is a precious commodity.

More so when your college basketball career is winding down.

There are five games left in Chris Javier’s five-year career with the University of the East Red Warriors. Unless his squad makes the Final Four that is all he has left.

If he could turn back the hands of time, Javier would. This is the first real season where he has gotten serious playing time with serious productivity. During his sophomore year, his star looked to shoot up. He hit back-to-back game winners — first against UP and then against five-peat seeking Ateneo. That campaign, Chris averaged 10.6 points and 6.9 rebounds, an increase from his rookie numbers of 4.6 points and 4.6 rebounds an outing.

Of those game-winning shots, each of those passes came from teammate Roi Sumang, his former foe turned teammate.

Sumang was a star for the Letran Squires along with Kevin Alas, Glenn Khobuntin, and Jarelan Tampus while Javier played behind Alfonso Gotladera in San Beda where he counted Baser Amer, Van Abatayo, and Francis Abarcar as teammates. At UE, they were lost souls.

They lost heavily in those early years in UE more than they ever did in their high school careers. It didn’t help that there was a revolving door of coaches — both played for three head coaches in UE -- Jerry Codinera, Boycie Zamar, and Derek Pumaren. “The hardest part was adjusting to a different system almost every year,” explained the 6’5” center.

After one win, Sumang blurted out, “We have forgotten what winning is like. We are just so sick and tired of losing that I want to enjoy this moment."

It wasn’t just that UE was overmatched against some teams; they also suffered from chemistry issues. Javier admitted that he didn’t adjust well to playing alongside former center Charles Mammie. “I played off-position at power forward. Looking back, maybe I wasn’t mature enough to handle it,” he reflected. “I have to admit that Charles was a big part of our team. He gave us a chance to win."

Those Red Warriors began making serious noises about barging into the Final Four with a now veteran crew whose biggest problem was big game experience. The Red Warriors won a bunch of pre and post-season tournaments but faltered in the UAAP.

Growing up in San Pedro, Laguna, Javier learned the game of basketball by default. He was more oft than not the tallest kid. “I didn’t know about the three-second violation. The only thing I knew was I had to put my hands up to try and block a shot.” He soon learned the game from relatives and began watching the PBA where he rooted for the mid-1990s Ginebra teams that featured Marlou Aquino, Noli Locsin, Vince Hizon, Bal David, and Pido Jarencio among others.

There was a choice between playing for De La Salle Zobel and San Beda but he opted for the latter. “I didn’t know anything about San Beda, its tradition of winning, nothing. I was just a kid whose world was in Laguna,” Chris admitted. He helped in maintaining the Red Cubs’ legacy and when it was time to go to college, he was supposed to go to La Salle with Gotladera after being recruited by then head coach Dindo Pumaren. However, Bedan alumni advised to him to play elsewhere because he they felt he would always play in the shadow of his teammate who started every match.

“And it was a chance to play in the UAAP where my father once played.” Chris’ father Randy once played for the Adamson Falcons.

But the Red Warriors were such a roller coaster ride that Javier thought about leaving school. “The losing, the constant changes, the frustration, it gets to you after a while,” he thought of those turbulent days that wasn’t too long ago.

As fate would have it, Dindo and Derrick Pumaren took over two years ago. “I didn’t play for Coach Dindo in La Salle but now I am with him and Coach Derrick in UE,” said Javier. “It was fate. And it turned out to be good for us. This is the first time, I felt that we as a team were more committed defensively. And that goes for me as well."

More than that, “Manong” as the head coach is affectionately called by all his current and past players, has demanded top fitness and conditioning. And the young Red Warriors, with few veterans, has been slugging it out even with a 3-6 record.

The renewed passion finds Javier posting career numbers — 11.5 points, 6.5 rebounds, and 1.4 blocks in six matches. Not the numbers he likes as he feels he can do much more. “The key is to do more to help my team get to the Final Four. Kulang pa kami sa maturity as a team. But we have to try.”

While UST and FEU are pulling away from the pack record-wise, the middle teams are close to one another. The margin for error getting smaller each game. “Our situation isn’t just in our hands. We have to do our part to win all our last remaining games and hope the others drop a few as well. If that’s how it is then we have to go out fighting,” said Javier.

While every player dreams of making it to the pros (and Javier has his dreams too), Javier wishes he had another year with UE. “Coach Manong has stabilized the program. Everyone is excited about what is going on. Of course, we’d love to have a better record but when you think of the turnover of players we’ve had it’s hard. We’ve had chances to win many games this year but the problem has been closing them out. Obviously, we need more maturity as a team. But it is good situation.”

“What would be good though is to make it to the Final Four to make the UE students and alumni happy and have another playing year."

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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by ghost09 on Wed Oct 28, 2015 8:56 pm

Yung Germy Mahinay (6'5/6) at yung Abuhijleh (6'3) ng Red Cubs tignan sana nila last time may 2 big men cubs nung time pa ni gotladera at javier baka makasungkit tayo ulit.

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May Jr Warrior pala sa U-16 PH team , Jethro Publico -- any info on his game?.

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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by ue_25 on Wed Oct 28, 2015 10:15 pm

@ ALL : sana makuha din ng U.E RED WARRIORS next season si jonas raphael tibayan.. kateammate 2 ni fran yu sa CHIANG KAI SHEK COLLEGE..Smile..

ito ung link ni jonas raphael tibayan.. 6 ' 0 ata height ne2.. pwede syang kapalitan ni omar larupay.. matindi din itong kumuha ng rebound..Smile..


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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by icemint on Tue Nov 10, 2015 11:57 pm

Very slim chance for UE to get that last Final 4 slot.

UE needs to win against Ateneo and UP, and DLSU/UP must lose all their remaining games.

Hay..

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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by syadaker on Mon Nov 16, 2015 12:06 am

Racela apologizes to UE as Tams fail to 'repay' Warriors
Camille B. Naredo, ABS-CBNnews.com
Posted at 11/15/15 8:03 PM

MANILA, Philippines – Far Eastern University (FEU) head coach Nash Racela apologized to University of the East (UE) after the Tamaraws' loss spelled the end of the Red Warriors' campaign to make the UAAP Season 78 Final Four.

UE defeated Ateneo de Manila University, 74-69, in the first game of Saturday's double-header, which gave FEU a twice-to-beat advantage in the semifinals and kept the Red Warriors' hopes of making the Final Four alive.

Just a couple of hours later, however, those chances were dashed when National University (NU) nipped FEU, 70-68. The Bulldogs improved to 7-7, and the Red Warriors, with their 5-8 record, were eliminated from the semis race.

(READ: Bulldogs luck out, secure at least playoff for fourth-seed)

Racela was apologetic at the end of their game.

"The objective before the game was to win it… No. 1, to UE for winning the game against Ateneo and that gave us the (twice-to-beat) incentive," Racela said.

"At the same time, sana, we wanted to repay them by winning this game, so they'll have a chance. So I apologize to them first," he added.

The loss to NU also dropped FEU to the second seed, locking them into a showdown with Ateneo in the Final Four. It was also their second straight loss after bowing to top seeded University of Santo Tomas in their previous game.

"It doesn't matter, as long as you win the next one," Racela said of their two-game losing streak. "'Yun lang naman ang importante, than you bounce back."

"You may lose three, four straight games, but if you win the more important ones, then those are the things that matter," he added.

FEU still has one game left on its schedule, a showdown against De La Salle University on Wednesday. If the Tamaraws beat the Green Archers, the Bulldogs will clinch the fourth and last semifinal spot.

A victory for La Salle, however, will mean that they will play NU in a playoff for the last spot in the Final Four.

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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by icemint on Mon Nov 16, 2015 10:00 am

Another of season of what-ifs..

But the guys have overachieved this season, I must say.

Experts projected UE to be at the 3-11 slate but we were even in the running for a playoff slot until that FEU loss to NU.

We had much of winnable games but failed to play with urgency, a lesson learned for a rookie-laden team.

Anyway, it's a big season for us next year, not only because the rookies have gained the needed experience, not just because of the influx of big men and the "possible" Arafat comeback..

But also because of the demise of the star and role players of the other teams: UST - Abdul, Ferrer, Daquioag; FEU - Tolomia, Pogoy, Belo, Arong, Tamsi; ADMU - Ravena, Pessumal, Capacio, Gotladera; NU - Alolino, Javillonar, Neypes, Celda.

This is our great opportunity.

The UE Red Warriors just need to play with maturity next season and everything will fall for the Red and White Community...

Just perfect for the 30th year of Lualhati's UAAP Men's Basketball title drought.



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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by icemint on Mon Nov 16, 2015 10:11 am

Btw, Pasok ang UE Lady Warriors sa Final 4 ng Women's Basketball Team.

Kung mag stepladder to mas malaki chance nila makapasok sa finals, 12-0 ang NU or 14-0 (28-0 since last yr kasi may import at fil-foreigner na twin towers).

Ang DLSU kaya nating talunin. Muntikan na natin sila masilat nung 2nd round, kaya lang humabol at nanalo sila sa OT.

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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by ghost09 on Wed Nov 18, 2015 4:26 pm

Thank you Chris Javier for donning the red and white. We are proud of you, good luck in your future endeavors

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Post by ghost09 on Wed Nov 18, 2015 5:46 pm

Looking into the future.

Paul Varilla and RR De leon should be the leaders of this team next season, they should atleast average 10pts or more each next yr. Clark Derige was a revelation in the 2nd round hoping his game will take another level next year. Emil Palma needs to develop an outside shot -- might be his breakout season next yr if he gets that shot. Edgar Charcos was steady at the point, might need him to score more. Steven Cudal,should be demoted to team B , unless he transforms into a inside presence for us.

Rookies/1st yr players

Bonbon Batiller - started out on fire, cooled down. medyo gigil ang laro, hope his game matures , he will be big for us next year.

Jason Varilla - very intriguing prospect, excited to see how he develops his game.

Philip Manalang and Fran Yu - steady play, experience will only bode well for these 2. our guards will be a problem for everyone in the coming years.

Nick Abanto - hustle, that's his MO - hope he offsets javier's loss in terms of rebounding.

Joshua Gonzales - hustle player din. His slot is not assured tho. (Is Olayon and Guiang still with us?)

Jordan Sta. Ana - Medyo erratic pa maglaro. might need a stint in team B - might be good in the long run.

Ralph Penuela - Send to team B , medyo hilaw pa.

Shannon Gagate - Might stay in A , depends on who we bring in.


The pressing matter would be finding a inside presence to replace Javier, I dunno who we got on the pipeline. Hoping we get some good recruits.

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If all falls into place -- we will get into the final 4 next year.

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Post by syadaker on Thu Nov 19, 2015 10:37 pm

Derrick Pumaren on what future lies for the Warriors: 'I expect a lot from them next year'
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November 19, 2015, 04:43 pm

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THE UAAP season has just ended for University of the East but that doesn’t stop the Red Warriors from already looking forward to next year’s campaign.

Coach Derrick Pumaren said several members of the team who suited up for Season 78 will see action in the Fr. Martin Cup next week to begin their earnest

preparation for the next collegiate season. For Pumaren, it’s never too early to prepare for the school’s next UAAP stint as practice immediately begins on Friday.

“We will be joining the Fr. Martin Cup. I think the team will be playing next Saturday. I think half of the team will join to get more exposure,” said the veteran coach.

“We start our season on Friday for next season,” he added.

The Warriors came a victory short of making the Final Four as they finished with a 6-8 win-loss record.

In contrast, reigning champion National University wound up elimination round campaign with an even 7-7 card to clinch the fourth and final berth in the semis.

“I’m not going to wait for May or June to prepare the team. I want the team to be prepared by September next year,” Pumaren said.

The UR mentor said he looks forward of training the team for next year as he believes the Warriors will have a better campaign behind a lengthy preparation, with only

Chris Javier as the lone player not coming back in Season 79 “I’m really excited. I can’t wait to see the team next year after a year of experience. I expect a lot from
them next year. We will have some new guys, big guys coming in,” Pumaren said.

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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by cavalier18 on Fri Nov 20, 2015 9:03 am

Hindi pa tapos ang basketball season, RT.

Women's Basketball Final Four Game
NOVEMBER 22, 2015, SUNDAY – Araneta Coliseum


Not sure kung anong oras dahil sabay ito ng Men's Final Four.

Outright Finals berth ang NU, so DLSU with a twice to beat advantage ang kalaban natin.

If we managed to win, do-or-die game will be played on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2015.

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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by icemint on Sat Nov 21, 2015 5:09 pm

Talo tayo by 3 points sa Ateneo kanina.

As always laging may double lane violation against UE at may substitute free-throws para sa Ateneo, twice un at magkasunod nung time na gumawa ng run ang UE at na-tie ng UE yung laro.

Ang daming fouls na hindi tinawag sa UE.

But nonetheless hat's off to the Lady Warriors for achieving new heights. First time na makapasok sa Women's Basketball ang UE.

Malaking achievement na yung ginawa nila, they have exceeded expectations.

Congrats UE Lady Warriors!

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off-topic, after ng game, nung nagpapasukan na ang mga players sa dugout, may isang nanay ng Lady Eagle bumaba at sumugod sa court papuntang dugout, may inaaaway na player ng UE.

Sinaktan daw anak nya,

hindi naman chess laro ng anak nya.. sus.

May video dun sa RT Fan Page haha.

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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by azil67 on Wed Nov 25, 2015 1:59 pm

asawa po ni bobby jose yon .. c bobby jose po yong lalake na stripe dating player nang san miguel taga bocaue po yon

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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by ghost09 on Thu Nov 26, 2015 4:20 pm

OT

Aldin Ayo to DLSU

Franz Pumaren to ADU

IF ADMU gets Norman Black back, shit will be cray next season. (rumor has it they're recruiting all is well from MIT too).



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Re: UAAP Season 78: UE Red Warriors, The New Beginning

Post by Anonymous_Red on Fri Nov 27, 2015 4:05 pm

Grabe is it allowed to pirate a foreign player at this time? Di ba may rules na bawal na ang foreign players o may niluluto namang new rules ang board para sa mga elistang ito?

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