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6'9" Fil-Japanese rookie, bibida para sa UST Growling Tigers

Kaliwa papunta sa kanan: William Afoakwah, Tsutomu Tateishi, Oliver de Guzman at Jason Strait

Ika-28 ng Agosto 2016, 8:30 p.m. - APAT na rookies, kabilang ang isang 6'9" center mula Davao, ang ibabandera ng Growling Tigers sa darating na UAAP men's basketball tournament. 

William Afoakwah

  • Height: 6'6"
  • Edad: 21
  • Nagmula sa: Ghana
  • Nag-aral sa: De La Salle University 
  • Kurso sa UST: Sports and Wellness Management
  • Posisyon: Center
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Is change coming— to UST sports program?

NOW THAT Fr. Herminio Dagohoy, O.P. has been re-elected rector, there may be need for a thorough review of UST’s varsity sports program and, in the light of the double-debacle in failing to win the men’s basketball championship and the general title last season, a serious consideration of making key personnel changes in the leadership of the athletics program.

All of this should presuppose an honest admission that UST’s much vaunted sports program is not what it used to be.

At a glance, UST has all the necessary ingredients to dominate, if not, sweep the UAAP. It has athletes for all the sporting events in the UAAP, top-notch training equipment, athletic scholarships and allowances, quality education, and the basics of what should make a champion. read more »

3 rookies shine for UST in V-League

THE ROOKIE trio of Baby Love “Blove” Barbon, Martha Andre Raagas and Ranielle Rosales proved to be the puzzle piece the UST Junior Golden Tigresses have been missing in their title quest for the past two years, as they helped the Tigresses nab the 14th Shakey’s Girls' Volleyball League of Champions title.

After the trio represented Region 10 in the Palarong Pambansa last April, UST head coach Emilio “Kung Fu” Reyes saw the girls’ potential and recruited them in an attempt to add firepower to the squad.

Through self-learning and observing the game back home in Bukidnon, the high-flying Barbon first took flight as part of the Quezon National High School volleyball team and represented Northern Mindanao during the annual Palaro. read more »

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