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Post by icemint on Sun Nov 05, 2017 12:37 am

Yung Bofa lang na big man galing UST ang naririnig ko
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Post by Warrior_ue7 on Mon Nov 13, 2017 7:53 pm

Goodbye Coach Derrick Pumaren na ba?

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Post by syadaker on Wed Nov 22, 2017 8:38 am

As usual rebuilding nanaman, paano kaya si Pasaol? Baka sumama din yun.

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Post by syadaker on Thu Nov 23, 2017 8:56 am

Disgruntled Pumaren ends ‘love affair’ with Warriors
November 23, 2017 | Filed under: Sports | Posted by: Tempo Online
By Jerome Lagunzad

Another UAAP school is in search for a new men’s basketball coach.

A day after Rodil “Boy” Sablan stepped down as University of Santo Tomas’ tactician, veteran mentor Derrick Pumaren has reportedly raised his hands, ending a four-year affair with University of the East – his Alma Mater.

The Red Warriors failed to reach the Final Four round under the tutelage of Pumaren, who amassed a win-loss record of 21-35 since he took over the coaching post from former UE standout Boycie Zamar in 2014.

Pumaren was a member of the UE team that won back-to-back championships in 1978 and 1979.

Former UE great Allan Caidic, who steered the Red Warriors to back-to-back championships in 1984-85, looms as one of the early candidates for the coaching vacancy.

Tempo-Manila Bulletin tried to reach Pumaren through calls and text yesterday to confirm the report circulating online, but no response has been made as of press time.

While Pumaren has kept mum at the moment, he already made it clear to UE team management that he needs stronger support in terms of ramping up its recruitment program that includes hiring of African imports, a familiar trend in the UAAP men’s basketball tourney for the past few years.

Since then, UE team management refused to field an import and instead tried to go all in with an all-Filipino crew that proved no match against their rivals boosted by touted reinforcements.

“I am still thinking if I’m going to renew for next year, depende sa direction ng team,” said Pumaren after UE suffered an 88-85 setback to erstwhile winless UST at the close of its UAAP Season 80 campaign last Nov. 12.

“As I’ve said before, I need horses, I need players too. Sometimes I envy other teams. Like, UST has got an import, UP has got an import. Kami kahit isa, wala. It’s so hard to get a 6-7, 6-8 Filipino now, ‘di ba? Saan kami hahanap?

Unless we go as Fil-Am, but the budget is still (not enough). That’s still another story.”

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Post by icemint on Fri Nov 24, 2017 8:53 am

Hindi nagresign si coach. He was terminated kasi pinipilit nyang magka import tayo.

Si pasaol lagi daw nakatambay sa isang UAAP School kasama isang Ateneo player.

2 years na lang eligibility nya. Pag lumipat pa sya 1 year na lang sya makakapaglaro.

Pero confirm na may pumipirata sa kanya.
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Post by syadaker on Sat Nov 25, 2017 9:53 am

By Jerome Lagunzad


Over at University of the East, former Tanduay assistant coach Mac Tan has also cropped up as a potential replacement of veteran mentor Derrick Pumaren.

Tan, who once suited up for Hapee Toothpaste in the defunct PBL and is set to call the shots for Tanduay in the upcoming Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League, has joined former UE great Allan Caidic as top candidates for the coveted position.

Pumaren, who apparently could not get what he wanted from UE team management in terms of strengthening its recruitment program, is getting feelers from reigning UCBL titlist Centro Escolar University.

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Post by icemint on Sat Nov 25, 2017 10:43 pm

As per sources, Walang balak umalis si Pasaol. Pero di sure kung tatapusin nya ang 2 playing years nya.
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Post by icemint on Sat Nov 25, 2017 10:45 pm

Let us congratulate the UE Lady Warriors for advancing tot their first ever finals appearance!

They will face the NU Lady Bulldogs on Wednesday, 11am at the Araneta Coliseum. The Lady Bulldogs have been undefeated for 4 seasons now with zero losses.

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Post by syadaker on Sun Jan 14, 2018 2:54 pm

Who will coach UE Red Warriors?
January 14, 2018 | Filed under: Featured,Sports | Posted by: Tempo Online
By Jerome Lagunzad

Is another pro league great set to take over the reins of University of the East men’s basketball team?

One-time PBA MVP Johnny Abarrientos is being floated as one of the top candidates to land the vacant Red Warriors job after veteran mentor Derrick Pumaren stepped down at
the close of another failed UAAP campaign last November.

Abarrientos, 47, who immediately plunged into coaching scene after ending his decorated PBA career in 2010, is being groomed as a possible successor for the UE post which
has remained vacant with less than eight months left before UAAP Season 81.

Abarrientos’ fellow pro league icon Allan Caidic, a former Red Warriors star, has expressed his desire to handle the squad while veteran mentor Koy Banal has already threw
his hat for a possible collegiate coaching comeback.

Sought for confirmation by Tempo-Bulletin yesterday, Abarrientos, 47, admitted that UE and other schools, including Emilio Aguinaldo College, have already broached the idea
of him taking over the respective basketball program.

But it’s highly unlikely – at the moment – that he’ll be able to part ways with FEU, which he led to back-to-back UAAP titles in 1991 to 1992 before taking the pro league
by storm as a crafty playmaker.

“Marami na rin talagang nag-aalok na sa akin kung ready na ako mag-coach full-time. Kaso sa totoo lang, busy rin talaga ako kaya baka hindi ko pa matutukan talaga,” said
the proud Naga City native commonly known as “The Flying A” in a phone interview.

While he said that he still enjoys current role at the Tamaraws’ camp as a consultant on all of its basketball teams, including the women’s and juniors’, Abarrientos added that
he’s also determined to give back to the institution which has given him the biggest break of his life.

“Malaki rin naman ang naitulong talaga sa akin ng FEU. Kung hindi naman dahil sa kanila, hindi naman ako makikilala sa mundo ng basketball. Kaya hanggat makakatulong
ako, gagawin para makabawi naman sa kabutihan nila,” he said.

Currently serving as an assistant to Chito Victolero at Magnolia Hotshots in the pros, Abarrientos admitted he won’t be closing his doors for a possible coaching stint in the future.

“In the right time lang,” he said. “Ayaw ko naman magsalita ng tapos na hindi na ako hahawak ng ibang team. Love natin ‘yung basketball at ‘yan ang buhay natin.”

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Post by syadaker on Wed Jan 17, 2018 8:50 am

Hua Siong’s Nonoy moves to UE
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5 other WV cagers in Junior Warriors for UAAP

MANILA – Hua Siong College of Iloilo star guard Mark Nonoy was transferring to the University of the East Junior Warriors for the upcoming UAAP juniors’ basketball later this year.

Hua Siong head coach Vincent Conlu said Nonoy, a native of La Carlota City, Negros Occidental, has committed to Junior Warriors, which was being handled by Conlu’s brother Bong.

“He will be playing for the UE juniors’ team for one year,” Conlu told Panay News. “Then we will look for options since three Manila-based schools expressed interest in him.”

He will join the following Western Visayas players in Junior Warriors: fellow Negrenses Shane Dichoso of Himamaylan City, Joshua Lopez of Kabankalan City, John Almacen of La Carlota City, and Jared Tajonera of Bacolod City, and Darvin Policarpio of Ibajay, Aklan.

Conlu and Nonoy went to Manila on Tuesday after getting an invite from newly named University of Santo Tomas Growling Tigers head coach Aldin Ayo to join their team practice.

Aside from UST, Adamson University Falcons and Far Eastern University Tamaraws have previously reached out to Conlu with regard to possibly recruiting Hua Siong’s speedy guard.

“We got an invite from coach Aldin to join their practices but there will be no commitments yet,” Conlu said. “He (Nonoy) will finish high school first at UE before deciding which offer we will accept.”

Nonoy had an impressive showing in the recent Dinagyang Mayor’s Cup, including a 41-point outing in Hua Siong’s 105-93 win over Bacolod Tay Tung High School Thunderbolts. He was later named part of the mythical team./PN

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Post by syadaker on Wed Jan 17, 2018 8:55 am

Future star player nanaman ng UE after Pasaol nasa atin na, pakakawalan pa ba?


Adamson in hot pursuit of Palaro crowd favorite Mark Nonoy

LEGAZPI CITY — Western Visayas’ wily guard Mark Nonoy has emerged as one of the crowd favorites in the 2016 Palarong Pambansa and it’s easy to understand why.

With his lightning-quick speed and gung-ho attitude in full display, the 5-foot-8 Nonoy, 15, drew the admiration of a sizeable Thursday crowd despite an 82-100 setback dealt by formidable Central Luzon in their knockout quarterfinals affair at the Ibalong Centrum for Recreation here.

An incoming 10th Grader at the Hua Siong College of Iloilo, Nonoy dazzled those in attendance with his boundless energy on both ends, doing his best to help Western Visayas stay on the heels of Central Luzon in what started to be a nip-and-tuck battle.

Although he walked away empty-handed on his first Palaro stint, Nonoy has clearly won the hearts of local fans—and even the attention of many scouts, some of them working for UAAP- and NCAA-affiliated schools.

“Hindi naman sa pagiging biased, pero sa tournament ngayon, kino-consider ko siya as one of the best point guards,” said Western Visayas coach Bing Conlu of the La Carlota, Negros Oriental native.

“Consistent si Nonoy kahit sa province namin maglaro. May points, rebounds and assists ang mga numero niya. Hindi pa kasama du’n ang leadership niya.”

Conlu, 36, admitted he still marvels at Nonoy’s quickness, even comparing him to a lefty version of Gilas Pilipinas standout Jayson Castro and the combination of NBA stars—Argentinian wonder Manu Ginobili of the San Antonio Spurs and Memphis Grizzlies guard Mike Conley.

“Parang freak of nature ‘yung speed niya,” stressed Conlu. “Sa tagal ko nang nagko-coach, ngayon pa lang ako nakakita ng ganu’n kabilis na point guard. Parang kaliweteng Jayson Castro. Pero sa international (scene), parang kinombayn na Mike Conley at speed ni Manu Ginobili.”

And it’s no surprise since Nonoy came from a family who has athletic genes.

“‘Yung tatay niya sabi sa akin naglalaro ng basketball noon tapos ‘yung nanay kasali sa track and field. Kaya in-born ‘yung speed niya. Kahit hindi ko nga siya pag-ensayuhin, ganu’n pa rin ang speed niya,” shared Conlu.

So far, Adamson could be considered as the most aggressive suitor for Nonoy.

But nothing is cast in stone yet, according to Conlu, since he wants Nonoy to finish his commitments with his current school.

“Number 1 na lumapit sa amin ‘yung Adamson. Pero ‘yung juniors team nila,” said Conlu. “Darling of the crowd siya dito, maski ‘yung mga taga UAAP at NCAA na scouts. Pero bata pa si Nonoy. Sabi ko tapusin niya muna ‘yung (high school) career niya under my supervision. At the time na hinog na siya, doon na siya pipili sa school niya sa Manila.”

And Nonoy intends to use his basketball skills as his ticket to reach his ultimate dreams—and help their family of eight, including his father who is a plumber.

“Nagpupursige po ako maglaro para matulungan ang pamilya ko,” he said, his voice cracking. “Masarap po sa pakiramdam na nilalapitan ako ng maraming schools. Itong paglalaro ko po ng basketball ang magiging susi para makarating ako sa Maynila.”

According to the physicians they have consulted, Nonoy could grow as high of “6-foot-2 at the age of 18 to 20” and, if he stays healthy, he could be “the future of Philippine basketball,” according to Conlu. – By Jerome Lagunzad

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11 W. Visayas cagers join UAAP juniors tilt
Sports December 4, 2017December 3, 2017  Elyrose S. Naorbe

ELEVEN basketball players from Westenr Visayas will see action in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) Season 80 Juniors’ Basketball Tournament which kicked off last week.

Three of the young hotshots are from Bacolod City, three from Negros Occidental, two from Iloilo City, two from Aklan, and one from Antique.

Six of them were picked by the University of the East Pages – Shane Dichoso (Himamaylan City, Negros Occ.), Joshua Lopez (Kabankalan City, Negros Occ.) and John Almacen (La Carlota City, Negros Occ.), Jared Tajonera (Bacolod City), and Darvin Policarpio (Ibajay, Aklan).

Sta. Clarita International School and Palarong Pambansa 2017 Mythical 5 member John Bryan Sajonia and Iloilo National High School (INHS) star player Ronrei Tolentino were both picked by Far Eastern University (FEU) Baby Tamaraws.

The University of Santo Tomas Tiger Cubs, on the other hand, selected Vince Leo Dolendor of Hamtic, Antique and a player of Hua Siong College of Iloilo, and Jinrich Go of Bacolod City.

The Ateneo Blue Eaglets picked Samjosef Belangel of Bacolod City while the University of the Philippines Integrated School Junior Maroons chose Joelo Tupaz of Malay, Aklan.

Former Sta. Clarita tower Ryan Calama-an of Leon, Iloilo, Gerry Abadiano of Iloilo City and Jayson Puray of Bacolod City will play for the National University Bullups.

The Bullpups and Blue Eaglets are atop the juniors’ division with identical 4-0 win-loss cards

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Post by icemint on Wed Jan 17, 2018 11:15 pm

Magaling yang Almacen at Dichoso sila lang gumagawa sa current line-up ng Junior Warriros who picked up their first win via the forfeiture of NU Bullpups' win. The Bullpups fielded-in an ineligible player.

Swerte nila at 1 game lang nila pinalaro.

Nice articles guys. Thank you sa pagpost.
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Post by syadaker on Thu Jan 18, 2018 12:48 pm

UE’s Nonoy impresses UST’s Ayo
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MANILA – His shooting prowess impressed University of Santo Tomas Growling Tigers head coach Aldin Ayo.

Hua Siong College of Iloilo star Mark Nonoy, on Day 1 of his invitational training at UST on Tuesday, drained three 3-point baskets in a race-to-12 points scrimmage.

“Nonoy is an athletic player,” Ayo said of the La Carlota City, Negros Occidental native. “He is fast, a pure shooter and a good point guard defender. And [at] 5’9″,
he can jump higher and can also dunk easily.”

Hua Siong basketball head coach Vincent Conlu said UST appeared very much interested in securing Nonoy.

“I think they really want him (Nonoy),” Conlu told Panay News. “We had a meeting (with Ayo and his coaching staff) after the practice, and it was very positive.
They have a lot of good offers.”

“But we intend to study all our options. We intend to commit to a college maybe by the end of 2018,” he added. “For now, we want him to focus with
(University of the East Junior Warriors).”

Conlu said they will attend the invitational training until Friday as the Tigers coaching staff wanted to evaluate Nonoy’s play further.

In the recent Dinagyang Mayor’s Cup, Nonoy posted 41 points as Hua Siong defeated Bacolod Tay Tung High School Thunderbolts 105-93 to take the title./PN

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Post by syadaker on Thu Jan 18, 2018 12:50 pm

Hindi pa nga naguumpisa sa atin pipiratahin na kaagad, tsk tsk tsk! Pero sayang kung mawawala pa.

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Post by syadaker on Fri Feb 16, 2018 9:19 pm

BASKETBALLGoldwin Monteverde to have full control of UE basketball program
February 16, 2018By Matthew Li

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The University of the East basketball program has been struggling for the better part of the 2000s.

In the men’s division, the Red Warriors last made the Final Four back in 2009. Under Derrick Pumaren’s watch, UE never made the Final Four, compiling a 21-35 record.

Same could not be said about the Junior Warriors.

After winning the UAAP Championship back in Season 64, the Juniors Basketball Team of UE has not made the Final Four. Their best finish during the last 16 years was
wo fifth place finishes back in Seasons 70 and 72. During the 80th Season of the UAAP, they finished dead last with a 2-12 record.

That is why team manager Bong Tan, son of school owner Lucio Tan, personally talked to decorated High School head coach Goldwin Monteverde to take over the program.

“Siya mismo nakipag-usap kay Goldwin,” said a school official who asked not to be named.

“Confident kami na maiaangat niya yung basketball program namin.”

With this, Monteverde will have to leave Nazarene School of National University after just one season. Tiebreaker Times’ sources added that he will bring his staff to UE.
The Bullpups are currently waiting for their semifinals opponent in the UAAP Season 80 Juniors Basketball stepladder.

Moreover, recruiting players will not be a problem for UE as Monteverde is still in charge of high school powerhouse Chiang Kai Shek College and still has his pool of
student-athletes from the Adamson Baby Falcons back in the 78th season of the UAAP.

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Post by icemint on Tue Feb 20, 2018 3:01 am

The same writer also wrote that Coach Montoverde will be staying with NU kasi may contract sya for 8 years.

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Post by syadaker on Tue Feb 20, 2018 10:13 am

‘Gold’ not in hurry to coach UE
By Jerome Lagunzad

Goldwyn Monteverde is still with the National University Bullpups – at least for now.

Amid conflicting reports of his possible transfer to championship-starved University of the East, Monteverde is keeping his focus on the Bullpups’ title campaign in the ongoing UAAP Season 80 juniors basketball tourney.

“He’s still undecided,” an unimpeachable source, who is very close to Monteverde himself but spoke on the condition of anonymity, told Tempo-Bulletin yesterday, the morning after reports of his looming takeover of the UE seniors and juniors cage program.

The source even considered the online reports as some sort of a “distraction” especially for NU, which is in deep preparations for its stepladder showdown with the University of Santo Tomas on Tuesday at the Arena in San Juan City.

The Bullpups, who finished second overall with an 11-3 record behind powerhouse and outright finalist Ateneo (14-0), will be armed with a twice-to-beat advantage against the resurgent fourth-seeded Tiger Cubs.

While Monteverde’s final decision remains up in the air, the Red Warriors certainly need to have a fresh face who could help them turn things around after veteran coach Derrick Pumaren stepped down last November.

Pumaren, who led La Salle to back-to-back titles in 1989 and 1990, struggled to rediscover his winning touch with UE in four years at the helm, compiling a 21-35 win-loss record and failing to lead the Red Warriors back to the Final Four.

But if and when Monteverde pushes through to join UE, he could inject the Red Warriors with touted talents from his other high school team, Chiang Kai Shek College, bannered by blue-chip prospect John Galinato, considered as the top guard outside of the NCAA and UAAP circles.


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Post by syadaker on Tue Feb 20, 2018 10:16 am

Tsismoso kasi si Reuben Terrado excited i-balita (ue fan yun) hindi namalayan magiging effect sa mga players ng bullpups nasa step ladder pa sila, napagsabihan ng nu and spin kaya binaligtad muna story, hehehe!

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Post by syadaker on Tue Feb 20, 2018 10:18 am

Pasaol: UE yet to meet new coach
By: Randolph B. Leongson

As much as Alvin Pasaol is sharpening his game in the 2018 PBA D-League Aspirants’ Cup, the super scorer insisted on how important it is for University of the East to formally name its new head coach.

“The team is preparing and training hard, but we need to have a coach who will guide us because we’re playing in so many preseason leagues,” Pasaol said.

Pasaol, who made it to the Mythical Five this past UAAP Season 80, is making headway in his game with this stint in the developmental league, averaging 6.3 points, 4 rebounds, and 1.3 assists so far for the Skippers.

But the same couldn’t be said for the rest of the Red Warriors, who have yet to find a new father figure following the departure of Derrick Pumaren.

Reports over the past week have named current NU Bullpups head tactician Goldwin Monteverde as the likely successor to the post.

“The management said that we’ll meet the new coach by Monday. But I think the team wasn’t able to meet anyone earlier. Though, we’re hearing news from the management, we still don’t know if it’s really coach Goldwin,” he shared.

Regardless of the coaching situation, Pasaol said UE is just doing whatever it can to be in peak form.

“Our mindset is preparing for the season because we know that whoever the coach is, the goal for us is to make it to the Final Four,” he said.

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Off topic, pampa-buenas sa bagong coach =) Partida pa andyan si Junmar Fajardo sa kalaban pero tinambakan pa natin =)

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Post by icemint on Sun Mar 04, 2018 10:59 pm

Nanalo tayo as first runner-up sa first ever UAAP 3x3 Basketball tournament. Natalo tayo sa finals vs FEU.

Pasaol carried the load for the Red and White. He sank the game winner vs NU. On on game, he scored 17 out of the 19 points of UE.

He was also the playing coach.

Speaking of coach, the Red Warriors will start their training tomorrow, with Coach Goldwyn.
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Post by icemint on Fri Mar 16, 2018 12:45 am

Mukang si Bong Tan na daw hahawak sa UE. At nathrethreatened ibang players natin kasi may dala daw si Goldwyn na 6 Fil-am at 2 imports.
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Post by syadaker on Sat Mar 17, 2018 11:51 am

Admin nag start na ba si Coach Goldwyn? Buti naman hinawakan na ni Sir Bong, ayos may import na =) kawawa naman yung mga datihan na nasa team b.

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Post by icemint on Sat Mar 17, 2018 9:24 pm

di pa daw.

Wag muna tayo umasa hanggang di pa inannounce.
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