The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) strengthened its decision to ban foreign student-athletes - commonly referred to as “imports” - as teams will have to rely on Fil-heritage players to beef up their lineups starting Season 96 in 2020. With the new ruling, several imports can still play in the NCAA Season 94.
When Sorsogon native Aldin Ayo accepted the challenge to coach the Knights in 2015, he has brought beside him his pesky brand of defense and his exceptional work ethic to strengthen up the team. Ayo then assembled a coaching staff which consists of tacticians that he has worked with before to help him guide the squad.
After being absent for more almost two decades, Colegio de San Juan de Letran’s collegiate football team is finally making their comeback in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Season 94.
After a series of setbacks that hobbled their campaign in the past seasons, the Letran Cheering Squad (formerly known as Lakas Arriba Cheerleading Team) is starting the season on the right track, as members of the team will now be offered additional benefits for this academic year.
Fifteen years after winning a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) championship together, the troika of Ronjay Enrile, Boyet Bautista, and Jonathan Aldave once again joined forces on the hardwood as they banner the Pasig Pirates in the 2018 Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League Datu Cup.
The Letran Knights grabbed their second win behind Larry Muyang and Christian Fajarito's dominant performance against the Jose Rizal University Heavy Bombers, 74-58, in the NCAA Season 94 held at the Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan City.
Things started a bit shaky for Jeff Napa and the Letran Knights; their opening loss against the Perpetual Altas was a testament to that. Good thing for Napa though, the team’s veterans stepped-up to the challenge and restored order in the following game.
The Letran Knights barged their way into the win column after routing the San Sebastian Stags, 83-76, in the NCAA Season 94 at the Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan City.
The Knights Basketball League (KBL) ended its maiden season with success; awarding the Antbox Notorious and Batch ’89 the inaugural crowns for the Squires and Knights division last Sunday, July 15 at the Blessed Antonio Varona Gymnasium in Letran.
The Letran Knights opened their NCAA Season 94 campaign with a disappointing loss against the resurgent University of Perpetual Help System DALTA-Altas, 75-78, at the Filoil Flying V Centre, Friday.