The Letran Seniors Football team dropped their anchor in the NCAA Season 94 Football Tournament. The team, composing of rookie players, were happy with their campaign despite finishing last, losing all their games, and failing to score a goal in the duration of the tournament.
As part of the team’s build-up for the National Collegiate Athletic Associaton (NCAA) Season 95, the Letran Knights forged a tie-up with Petron corporation as they take part in the 2019 PBA-DLeague.
From watching cheerleading competitions on televisions and social media to now being the captain of Letran Cheering Squad, Vivienne Velasquez has proven multiple times on her young career that she is more than just a pretty face.
Letran under-17 head coach RJ Guevarra was named as interim head coach of the Knights, to spearhead the team’s upcoming preparations for the PBA-DLeague 2019 season while waiting for a possible renewal or replacement for Jeff Napa.
After playing for four different coaches in his stint with the Letran Knights, team captain Bong Quinto will now be given a chance to hone his skill set under a new mentor once again after applying for the 2018 PBA Draft.
The One Letran Friendship Games ended in success and saw Letran Calamba’s School of Business Management and Accountancy Basketball and Letran Bataan Squires gather victories in their respective matches held at the Blessed Antonio Varona Gymnasium last October 25.
After failing to secure the crown last year, the College of Engineering and Information Technology have finally claimed the elusive championship in the Letramurals basketball tournament after escaping with a 67-63 victory against the College of Business Administration and Accountancy I, last October 23, at the Blessed Antonio Varona gymnasium.
The College of Business Administration and Accountancy I ended Letramurals 2018 as they nabbed this year’s championship in the cheerdance competition after tallying 157 points in the annual event.
The NCAA Season 94 Taekwondo Tournament, which was held last October 12-14, 2018 at the San Beda University Gymnasium, saw several teams rise and fall from their standings last season.
For the second consecutive year, the College of Engineering and Information Technology showed its might and took home the overall championship after garnering a total of 355 points in the annual Letramurals.