After more than a year without the NCAA exposure, the Letran senior women’s Taekwondo team is back in game shape according to their team captain, Jacey Bartolome.
Meet the young Knight who has a shot at being the next Letran homegrown star.
As the National Collegiate Athletics Association of the Philippines builds up its season with the debut of ‘Rise Up Stronger: The Road to NCAA Season 96.’ on GTV, its grand opening officially begins on June 13.
While waiting for the approval of contact sports in the amateur level, Fran Yu, Letran Knights' point guard, is making sure that he is ready to defend the crown once the Basketball season starts.
Held annually every April 7, the celebration encourages the people to promote a healthier environment that can help us with our physical, emotional, and mental well-being, aiding us throughout our present experiences and challenges.
In connection with the United Nations’ International Sports Day held every 6th of April, which aims to drive social change, solidify community development and foster peace, the upcoming concept of NCAA somewhat relates to the facets of goodwill and worldwide cultural barriers.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is set to open its 96th season in the first week of May, as stated by none other than Letran's Athletic Director and NCAA Chair Fr. Victor Calvo, OP.
From suspensions and transferees to player movements and a new TV deal, 2020 has surely provided us with a few notable things to remember in a year many would want to forget.
The two are set to join the defending NCAA Season 95 champions, Colegio de San Juan de Letran, and will serve a 1-year residency before eventually playing for the Knights. However, Letran officials have yet to give an official statement.
INLINE with the Colegio’s continuous effort to raise funds for our frontliners, former Letran star, and now PBA player Kevin Alas donates his signed Gilas Pilipinas jersey and rare pair of Kobe 8 shoes.