Another track has opened for Letranites to form camaraderie and express their love for the game of basketball, as the Knights Basketball League (KBL) in partnership with Cognoa Probiotics International will formally open on March 25 at the Blessed Antonio Varona Gymnasium.
Coming out as runners-up in last year’s National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Tennis tournament, the Letran Tennis Team capped off Season 93 two places behind their last finish in a dismal yet colorful way.
Letran Manila Football Club (F.C.) finished this year’s NCAA season identical to their last. Winning three games, losing two, and having one draw, the Knights sat comfortably at the 3rd spot for the whole eliminations round.
Contrasting performances were carried out by the Colegio’s volleyball teams in the recent National Collegiate Athletic Association Season 93, finding themselves in different positions at the end of their respective campaigns.
Letran dominated the inaugural National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) 3x3 competition 14-under division. Two Squires team of the Colegio, Letran-1 and Letran-2, faced off in the in championship match last January 28 at the Jose Rizal University gym, with Letran-1 capturing the title.
Letran Knights’ rising star Jeo Ambohot is elated to be part of Gilas Pilipinas’ 23-man training pool for the 2023 FIBA World Cup which will be co-hosted by the Philippines, Japan, and Indonesia.
The Letran Lady Knights clinched their first win of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Season 93 volleyball tournament after trouncing the Mapua University Lady Cardinals in straight sets, 25-22, 25-17, 25-19 on Monday, January 8 at the FilOil Flying V Center in San Juan.
Despite an impressive defensive showcase in the first set, the Lady Knights garnered their first loss at the hands of College of Saint Benilde (CSB) Lady Blazers, 22-25, 11-25, 20-25, during their opening match of the NCAA Season 93 volleyball tournament Friday, January 5, at the Fil Oil Flying V Center in San Juan.
Everyone who plays under Letran basketball developmental coach RJ Guevarra thinks they’re the best player at any tournament. It doesn’t matter if they’re facing the MVP of the opposing team, or if the counterpart averages more points than them. If you’re playing in coach RJ’s team, you would eventually think you’re the best among the rest.
The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) students of the Senior High School Department (SHS) defied the odds after winning the basketball crown in this year’s Letramurals.