La Salle’s problem has been on defense, not offense, laments Aldin Ayo
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La Salle’s problem has been on defense, not offense, laments Aldin Ayo

When asked if he had seen anything new with the way the University of the Philippines Fighting Maroons ran their system on Saturday afternoon, second-year La Salle head…

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UP summons heart to open title defense with win against La Salle
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UP summons heart to open title defense with win against La Salle

As they say, the road to another title defense just gets tougher as the reign gets longer. Nonetheless, for the reigning UAAP women’s badminton champions University of the…

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La Salle shoots down Adamson for solo lead
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La Salle shoots down Adamson for solo lead

Jerrickson Oba-ob and the De La Salle University Green Shuttlers come marching in again The Taft-based men’s badminton team finds themselves on top of the UAAP standings after…

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UP was able to adjust, Ben Mbala could not say the same for La Salle
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UP was able to adjust, Ben Mbala could not say the same for La Salle

Everyone expected De La Salle University to dominate University of the Philippines. Everyone expected Ben Mbala to run roughshod on the Fighting Maroons. Those expectations were met early…

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Paul Desiderio, UP light it up, hand La Salle first loss
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Paul Desiderio, UP light it up, hand La Salle first loss

The Fighting Maroons went through a Ben Mbala onslaught and lived to tell about it University of the Philippines survived an early De La Salle University Green Archers…

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Charmaine Torres, Marga Dagdagan push La Salle past State U for first win
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Charmaine Torres, Marga Dagdagan push La Salle past State U for first win

The De La Salle University Lady Archers’ poor start to their UAAP Season 80 Women’s Basketball Tournament campaign comes to a halt as they prevailed 76-64 versus the…

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Marck Espejo, Ateneo send La Salle to do-or-die game
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Marck Espejo, Ateneo send La Salle to do-or-die game

Having already clinched a Final Four spot, the Ateneo de Manila University Blue Eagles continued to dominate the Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference, sweeping the De La Salle…

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La Salle sweeps Adamson for strong start
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La Salle sweeps Adamson for strong start

With doubles stalwarts Aires Montilla and Kristelle Salatan now done with collegiate badminton, the De La Salle University Lady Shuttlers turned to their young cogs to open the…

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La Salle completes comeback against UST in dramatic start to season
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La Salle completes comeback against UST in dramatic start to season

Losing national team stalwarts Anton Cayanan and Kenneth Monterubio to graduation was supposed to be a huge loss for the De La Salle University men’s badminton team. But…

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Ben Mbala’s return lessens pressure on Aljun Melecio
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Ben Mbala’s return lessens pressure on Aljun Melecio

During the first two games of the De La Salle University Green Archers, sophomore guard Aljun Melecio was his team’s main gunner. In that span, the 5-foot-7 guard…

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