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Monbert Arong leads the Tamaraws. Photo by Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.net

FAR EASTERN University may be the defending champion, but coach Nash Racela thinks the pressure weighs more on La Salle when the UAAP Season 79 men’s basketball tournament unfolds this weekend. “Personally as a coach I don’t really feel it,” said Racela, noting that expectations on his Tamaraws won’t be the same following the graduation […]…

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Racela says stalking players online ‘helps me as a coach’ »

FEU head coach Nash Racela gives instructions to his players during a game against University of Santo Tomas in the UAAP Season 78. Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.net

There are coaches who can reach out to their players on a personal level, be it becoming a father-figure, taking interest in their players’ hobbies, or just basically hanging out with the team. Nash Racela, the head coach of Far Eastern University, is all of the above. “As a father to them may pagka-stalker ako […]…

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FEU ready to defend UAAP title minus Belo, core players »

FEU Tamaraws head coach Nash Racela. Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.net

Far Eastern University will have to make do and defend its UAAP men’s basketball title without its core players from last season. Mac Belo, who was the Finals MVP in FEU’s title win over University of Santo Tomas last year, star point guard Mike Tolomia, sharpshooter Roger Pogoy, lanky big Russel Escoto, and guards Achie […]…

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Scuffle breaks out in San Beda win over Letran »

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San Beda bested Letran, 83-71, in a heated game between longtime rivals Friday in the NCAA Season 92 men’s basketball tournament at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan. With the Red Lions in full control in the waning seconds, a scuffle broke out as emotions ran high. Bong Quinto drove hard to the basket and almost […]…

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Baldwin, new coaches open UAAP hoop wars »

Gilas Pilipinas head coach Tab Baldwin. Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.net

NEW FACES pack the sidelines as four of five new coaches debut right on opening day of the UAAP Season 79 men’s basketball tournament on Sept. 4 at Smart Araneta Coliseum.…

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UAAP champ coach Racela on SportsIQ »

FEU Tamaraws head coach Nash Racela. Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.net

NASH Racela, the head coach of the UAAP defending basketball champions Far Eastern University, is set to headline the next episode of SportsIQ, Inquirer’s weekly sports talk show, on Thursday.…

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UAAP champ coach Racela on SportsIQ »

Perasol hopes Maroons will surpass last season’s showing »

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Five months into his new job, University of the Philippines head coach Bo Perasol hopes that the Fighting Maroons will be able to exceed their three-win total last season. “Kung ano man yung meron kami, I’m positive that with the remaining weeks to go, mas mama-maximize pa namin yun. I’m hoping na malampasan namin yung […]…

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