Jeo Ambohot is quickly recovering from the injury he endured late in the first round of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) men’s basketball tournament. But his return to the hard wood remains uncertain.
As an avenue to find respite in the usual day-to-day academic activities, the Letran community will once again witness the opening of the Colegio’s annual sporting spectacle filled with new projects and events.
Retired basketball veteran and former Letran standout Kerby Raymundo is now reunited with his alma mater as the Knights’ team consultant.
One of the emerging problems of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is the diminishing crowd attendance in game venues. This led to the re-establishment of ‘NCAA on Tour’, where games are played in respective schools’ facilities.
It’s always the athletes that catch the praise and recognition. In fact, we often forget that the athletes we’re fond of watching are all products of a team composed of dedicated people we often see outside of the court, shouting and suggesting what the next play should be.
The Letran Shuttlers will defend their championship title in the upcoming NCAA Season 93 badminton tournament.
The Letran Knights survived an overtime thriller against the San Sebastian Golden Stags, 79–75, to extend their winning streak to four in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament on Tuesday at the Filoil Flying V Centre.
Letran’s winning streak ended when a familiar foe in Lyceum rose back from 17 points down to outlast them, 68–75, in the NCAA Season 93 men’s basketball tournament at the Filoil Flying V Centre on Friday.
There’s always a story behind the numbers your favorite players wear on their backs. It’s either inspired by a famous sports icon, a significant date to recall in their lives, or simply a symbol of their faith in superstitions.
Former Letran track and field standout Archand Bagsit made a dashing performance in the recent Intercity Athletics Championships in Hong Kong last June.