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30
Aug
2019

Season 82 Green Archers – Who’ll Make the Cut?

As of this writing (Friday, August 30), the final lineup of the Green Archers has not yet been announced. Those who attended the Pep Rally will probably have a better idea of who might be on the lineup, as the Archers will participate in the traditional seasonal kickoff. Among those who were known to be […]
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28
Aug
2019

My Promdi Hoop Dreams

By Peejay Barua As early as 8 years old, I knew I wanted to be an athlete. I started out by playing volleyball for Palarong Pambansa, but after watching the great Michael Jordan play on TV, I became hooked to basketball. As a child growing up in the province, we never had the opportunity and […]
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27
Aug
2019

Something New for Season 82

Season 82 is just around the corner, and with the new season, hope springs anew. The Green Archers kick off La Salle’s participation with an unusual first game match-up with archrival Ateneo on September 8, signalling the start of an accelerated season. With the upcoming Southeast Asian Games scheduled to start on November 30, it […]
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22
Apr
2019

Lady Spikers Sweep Ateneo in 2nd Round, Keep 2nd Place

Written by Neal Tieng The finish line for the elimination round is within sight, and just as they have done in past seasons the De La Salle Lady Spikers are starting this season’s mad run for the title. After finishing the first round with a 5-2 card, La Salle suffered yet another setback against the […]
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30
Mar
2019

LADY SPIKERS MAKE EASY WORK OF NU BUT QUEST FOR CONSISTENCY CONTINUES

Written by Neal Tieng After the up-and-down performance of the Lady Spikers so far this season, many wondered which version would show up against the young but dangerous NU Lady Bulldogs last Wednesday. Would it be the team that shut out last year’s runner-up FEU in straight sets in the first round, or would it […]
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01
Mar
2019

Lady Spikers Roll Past Adamson and NU to Stay Unbeaten

Written by Neal Tieng The DLSU Lady Spikers are on a streak and they are getting hotter. But the games are also getting tougher. After winning on opening day against our arch-rivals Ateneo Lady Eagles, La Salle unleashed all arrows to shoot down the Lady Falcons of Adamson in straight sets before getting into a […]
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19
Feb
2019

Random Thoughts on the S81 Women’s Volleyball Tournament

The long wait is over. Finally. The defending champions kicked off their campaign for an unprecedented 4peat last Sunday with a 4set victory over the fancied Ateneo Lady Eagles. Going into this game, some people were vocal in saying that the defending champions were not the favorite to win the game. Surprised? It’s not often […]
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19
Feb
2019

DLSU LADY SPIKERS OPENS TITLE DEFENSE WITH A 4-SET ROMP OVER THE ATENEO LADY EAGLES

Article by Neal Tieng, Photos by Derick Cajucom They said that it will be a new, more difficult era for the De La Salle Lady Spikers after losing more than half of their starting six to graduation last season. They said that the teams with their loud off-season conquests are the teams to beat. Not on […]
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04
Feb
2019

UAAP Season 81 Volleyball Round 1 Schedule

Last season’s 3-peat by the Lady Spikers brought to a close the illustrious collegiate careers of the “Wall of Taft” duo of Majoy Baron and Kim Dy, and the indomitable Dawn Macandili. Their contributions to the Lady Spikers’ success cannot be understated. With their graduation, together with the departure of Gyra Barroga and Arianne Layug, […]
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19
Nov
2018

GREEN ARCHERS DROP TWO IN A ROW, DUEL FEU FOR THE LAST SEMIS SLOT

Written by Neal Tieng Photos by Riel Samoy Did we ever imagine that the season of the Green Archers would depend on a single game after two rounds of elimination games. The Green Archers finished at 8-6, tied with UP and FEU for fourth behind Ateneo (12-2), and Adamson (10-4). UP took 3rd with a […]
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