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Buoyed by victories in table tennis and beach volleyball, College of St. Benilde clinched the overall NCAA championship in the seniors division for the second straight season while San Beda notched a fifth general championship in the high school section in Season 90 that closes with the cheerleading competition Tuesday at Mall of Asia Arena in Pasay. …

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Jarin named new San Beda coach »

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Multi-titled coach Jamike Jarin has been named coach of San Beda in the NCAA, replacing Boyet Fernandez as the Red lions seek a sixth straight crown next year.…

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Red Lions roar mightily under Fernandez »

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San Beda had the explosive roster to rule the NCAA, but it also needed the presence of a multititled coach to put all the pieces together and sustain the Red Lions’ dominance.…

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Lions complete ‘5-peat’ »

PLAYERS, coaches, team personnel and supporters celebrate San Beda’s latest championship.  AUGUST DELA CRUZ

It was an ending all too familiar in the NCAA the past five seasons; but for the San Beda Red Lions, it’s something that never gets old. …

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Ruthless Lions ambush Chiefs »

SAN Beda’s Ola Adeogun (right) elevates to block Arellano’s Keith Agovida in yesterday’s Game 1 at MoA Arena. AUGUST DELA CRUZ

Fast and ferocious right from the get-go, San Beda gave Arellano a rude welcome in the NCAA basketball tournament’s biggest stage.…

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