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Brawl to affect ‘NC’ Final 4 race

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NCAA rumble between EAC and Mapua. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO/AUGUST DELA CRUZ

The aftermath of the bench-clearing melee between Mapua and Emilio Agui-naldo College will also affect the Final Four race in the 90th NCAA basketball tournament.

Posted: September 26th, 2014 in Basketball,Editors' Picks,Headlines,NCAA | Read More »

NCAA suspends 17 players involved in Mapua-EAC brawl; refs not spared

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MAPUA’S Mark Braña (No. 5) commits a foul while trying to stop Elyzer Paguia of Emilio Aguinaldo. EDWIN BELLOSILLO

The NCAA on Tuesday has suspended 17 players involved in the bench-clearing brawl during a basketball game between Mapua and Emilio Aguinaldo College.

Posted: September 23rd, 2014 in Latest Sports Stories | Read More »

Brawl mars EAC-Mapua game in NCAA

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NCAA rumble between EAC and Mapua. INQUIRER FILE PHOTO/AUGUST DELA CRUZ

A bench-clearing brawl broke and stopped the game between Emilio Aguinaldo College and Mapua in the NCAA Season 90 men’s basketball tournament Monday at the Filoil Flying V Arena in San Juan.

Posted: September 22nd, 2014 in Basketball,Featured Gallery,Latest Sports Stories,NCAA | Read More »

Hot Cardinals surprise Altas

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Carlos Isit of Mapua INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

Mapua coach Atoy Co wasn’t joking when he said Perpetual Help will be facing a different Mapua squad than the one the Altas clobbered two months ago.

Posted: September 11th, 2014 in Basketball,Headlines,NCAA | Read More »

NCAA: Mapua keeps winning, upsets Perpetual Help

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Resurgent Mapua continued its winning ways following a 91-81 shocker over Perpetual Help in the NCAA Season 90 men’s basketball tournament Wednesday at the Filoil Flying V Arena in San Juan.

Posted: September 10th, 2014 in Basketball,Latest Sports Stories,NCAA | Read More »

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