The Letran Knights poured their hearts out as they deal the Arellano University Chiefs a 17- point beating yesterday; dedicating the win to Jerrick Balanza, who was diagnosed with a tumor in his brain’s left temporal lobe.
After playing through adversity and scoring an inspirational win, the Letran Knights went straight to National Kidney and Transplant Institute to surprise their ailing brother and celebrate his birthday.
The Letran Knights played inspired basketball as they extended their winning streak to three; routing the Arellano Chiefs, 99-82, in their first match of the second round in the NCAA Season 94 at the Filoil Flying V Arena on Thursday, September 6.
The Letran Student Council is currently organizing fund-raiser events for ailing Letran guard Jerrick Balanza, who was recently diagnosed with a tumor in the temporal lobe of his brain.
Letran star JerrickBalanza will be facing the biggest battle of his career as he was diagnosed with a brain tumor which will sideline him for the rest of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Season 94 basketball tournament.
After their underwhelming finish last season, the Letran Aqua Knights looks to start anew with their new head coach and latest acquisitions.
The Letran Shuttlers displayed a great overall performance last season as they ended their campaign with a runner-up finish in the men’s division; losing to rival school San Beda University Red Smashers in the finals, while the women’s division placed fifth overall in the tournament.
Eleven months after he departed Intramuros for the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA), Rey Nambatac is back once again as he donned the Blue and Red and suited up for the Letran Knights in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Season 94 Shooting Stars Challenge; teaming up with Christian Fajarito and Letran Squire Stacey Tibayan.
With the painful memory of runner-up finishes in their last year’s National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) campaign still fresh in their minds, the Letran Table Tennis teams are set to break through the slumps as they approach Season 94.
After losing eight of his vital players in both the seniors and juniors division due to graduation, Letran Chess team head coach Roland Perez took the off-season very well and enlisted ten new faces to reinforce his team.