UAAP: UE ends season with a win as Maroons drop to 0-14 anew

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MANILA, Philippines — University of the East escaped University of the Philippines, 76-73, Wednesday and thwarted the Maroons’ bid to dodge a winless season in the UAAP men’s basketball tournament.

The Red Warriors concluded their campaign in season 76 with a 7-7 card, as center Charles Mammie scored 21 and hauled down 18 rebounds while Lord Casajeros notched a career-best 17 points on his last game in the UAAP.

Down four, 68-72, with exactly two minutes to play, UE snatched the game back with an 8-1 blast and kept UP on a losing track — 21 straight to be exact — dating back to August 2012.

It was another miserable 0-14 outing for the Maroons, replicating their 2007 and 2010 seasons.

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  • flybizz777

    ………at least you know the team is consistent!

  • markus32

    Please naman, kesa kangkungin ng mga magagaling nyong Alumni na pulitiko ang mga pera, idonate nyo na lang sa Basketball program to hire better Basketball management personnel, and to have a better recruitment program.. 0-14 nth time!

  • RedvD

    Taena, your basketball sucks UP! Sickening results

    Fire the whole UP basketball management team!

  • http://www.businessinsider.com/the-art-of-war-sun-tzu-2011-5?op=1 Sun Tzu

    UP fight! perfect record again

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