De La Salle has the most number of football championships in Philippine NCAA history with a total of 21 collegiate championships. Since 1953 when the school won its first NCAA trophy, the men's team has won 14 titles, the last one being the 2012 UAAP championship. Ever since joining the UAAP in 1986, DLSU has won three UAAP General Championships – Season 75 (2012–13),[2] Season 76 (2013–14),[3] and Season 78 (2015–16),[4] giving the university a combined eight General Championship titles in the seniors' division in the NCAA and UAAP. Notable Lasallian athletes and alumni are inducted into the De La Salle Alumni Association (DLSAA) Sports Hall of Fame.[5]. [29] The women's team were 4-peat champions from UAAP Seasons 73 to 76. The school's most recent accomplished swimmer is actor and model Enchong Dee. [19] In the juniors' division, La Salle have won four titles. He is also 3-time UAAP MVP. The women's team were back to back champions in 2002 and 2003. DLSU however regrouped in time for the deciding match. Under its membership stint in the NCAA, La Salle won 12 championship titles – 4 under the men's division, 7 under the juniors' division and 1 under the women's division. The men's basketball team were 4-peat champions (1998–2001), chess team 6-peat champions (1999–2004), football/soccer team 9-peat champions (1932–1940), swimming team twice 3-peat champions (1990–1992 and 2000–2002), track and field team 7-peat champions (1972–1978), tennis team 3-peat champions (1956–1958), table tennis team 3-peat champions (2013–2015), and volleyball team 4-peat champions (1977–1980). Mosely, Saul 185 likes. La Salle participated in the league for 57 years until the 1980–81 NCAA Season winning five NCAA General Championships in the process (1972–73, 1974–75, 1976–77, 1977–78, and 1980–81). Hide/Show Additional Information For Pookie Powell, Hide/Show Additional Information For David Beatty, Hide/Show Additional Information For Scott Spencer, Hide/Show Additional Information For Jamir Moultrie, Hide/Show Additional Information For Miles Brookins, Hide/Show Additional Information For Jack Clark, Hide/Show Additional Information For Isiah Deas, Hide/Show Additional Information For Ed Croswell, Hide/Show Additional Information For Cheddi Mosely, Hide/Show Additional Information For Saul Phiri, Hide/Show Additional Information For Andrew Lafond, Hide/Show Additional Information For Jayson Brower, Hide/Show Additional Information For Jared Kimbrough, Hide/Show Additional Information For Traci Carter, Hide/Show Additional Information For Cian Sullivan, video platform powered by CBS Sports Digital. In the UAAP, the school has 16 championship titles – 4 in the men's division, 11 in the women's division, and 1 in the juniors' division. In the seniors' division, La Salle has 11 table tennis championships. The Junior Archers shared the same limelight as their Senior counterparts that same year. We ask that you consider turning off your ad blocker so we can deliver you the best experience possible while you are here. The last title came in 2004. The pre-war NCAA was established by a very sports-minded De La Salle Brother named Br. They were UAAP title holders from 1999 through 2002. The 6-1 point guard will have this season to learn behind some experienced players, but by 2018-2019 he will be expected to turn into a starter. The school won the 1988 Philippine Intercollegiate Championship. Presently in the UAAP, La Salle is represented by De La Salle-Santiago Zobel School (DLSZ) ever since it was admitted into the league in 1986. The Greenies had won two General Championships. Football was also reported to be the most popular sport in the Philippines in the 1920s and 1930s and shortly after World War II. The Lady Archers defeated the UST Tigresses behind the efforts of MVP Trudy Amoranto, Martina Guba, Kristie Barraquias, and Rookie of the Year Regina Santiago. La Salle had swimming champions in the 1930s featuring the Von Giese brothers. Lucia and Northern Consolidated Cement; La Salle Green Archers team), Joey Santamaria – 1986–1989 (PBA – Purefoods, Pepsi, and Mobiline; MBA – Iloilo Megavoltz; Captain, La Salle Green Archers team – 1989 UAAP Champion), Richard del Rosario – 1989–1993 (PBA – Pepsi-Mobiline, Sta. The women's team has won 6 titles since the introduction of the women's division in the 2001–2002 season (UAAP Season 64). Stephen Fernandez won the Taekwondo bronze medal during the 1992 Barcelona Olympics. During that run, Arthur Pons, the legendary Philippine Decathlon champion was also a member of the 1972–1973 track teams. John Paul Gomez was Grandmaster in the 2008 World Chess Olympiad. Utilities. The most recent championship of the Lady Archers was in UAAP Season 76 (2013–14) which they also won along with the men's team.[15]. [citation needed]. Lucia, and Alaska; past Head Coach of DLSU's sister school -, Dino Aldeguer – 1996–1999 (PBA – Alaska; La Salle Green Archers team – 1998 and 1999 UAAP Champions; well known for the 3-point shot just before the buzzer forcing overtime against UST with La Salle eventually prevailing for the 1999 UAAP crown; brother of, Elmer Lago – 1991–1994 (PBA – Shell, Purefoods, Ginebra, Talk' N Text; La Salle Green Archers team), Dwight Lago – 1990–1992 (PBA – Purefoods, Pepsi, Mobiline, Alaska, Pop-cola, San Miguel; La Salle Green Archers team – 1990 UAAP Champion), Tonyboy Espinosa – 1991–1995 (PBA – Mobiline and Purefoods; La Salle Green Archers team), Manny Ramos – 1999–2003 (PBA – Coca-Cola, Ginebra, and Sta. La Salle vs. Miami Basketball Highlights (2018-19) - YouTube In the seniors' division, La Salle has won seven men's titles and nine women's titles. The women's basketball team were 4-peat champions (1999–2002), chess team 4-peat champions (2011–2014), football/soccer team 4-peat champions (2003–2006), tennis team 3-peat champions (2003–2005), table tennis team 4-peat champions (2014–2017) and volleyball team thrice 3-peat champions (2004–2006, 2011–2013, and 2016–2018). Rookie of the Year winner Marinel Rudas beat Macy Gonzales, 6–1, 6–3, in the second singles for La Salle to regain the upper hand. La Salle has won a total of 29 tennis championship titles in the NCAA and UAAP. Former La Salle Players Who Played In The NBA The tournament has the same format as the US NCAA Division 1 Men's basketball tournament. La Salle basketball scores, news, schedule, players, stats, photos, rumors, depth charts on RealGM.com ... 2018: Magic----1 players found. Beatty, Scott The legendary Eric Buhain was an accomplished swimmer at an early age. The La Sallian July, 1998. Since the pre-war days, the school has an unprecedented record in the world's most popular sport. The De La Salle men's and women's basketball teams are the first and only 3-peat basketball champions in the same period (1999–2001) in the Final Four era of the UAAP. La Salle has a total of 29 swimming championship titles in the NCAA and UAAP. La Salle has 11 softball championship titles during their membership stint in the NCAA, having won 3 titles in the seniors' division and 8 titles in the juniors' division. In 2013, the women's team won their first championship and ended the school's 21-year title drought.[27][28]. Sullivan, Ashley The Lady Archers were UAAP champions for the 2009–2010 season. ONE TEAM, ONE DREAM, ONE LA SALLE! The team topped the eliminations round and this time had the twice-to-beat advantage in the rematch with Ateneo in the Finals. The Green Spikers were also UAAP men's champions in Seasons 64 and 66. [21][22][23][24], La Salle has a total of six championship titles in collegiate badminton. McGlynn, Horace The golden era was from 1972 through 1978 when the school was 7-peat champion. Howard, Kenny … The golden era featured Virgilio Lobregat, Rafael Ygoa, Totit Valles, Peping Campos, Ling Miranda, Mimi Heredia, Nono Crespo, Adi Manzano, Gorda de Larrazabal, Leo Prieto, Quinito Ortigas, Petuguis Herrera, Paulino Ugarte, Charlie Russel, Jiki Garcia, Jave Javellana, Bulilit Reyes, Richard Tillman, and Kastila Ynunciaga. There is no additional information to display: College teams from all over the country participate in this officially sanctioned tournament by the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP). La Salle is also known for its 4-peat UAAP championship from 1998 to 2001. This includes championships while competing in the NCAA from 1924 through 1981 and UAAP from 1986 through the present. In the UAAP, the school has 30 championship titles – 2 in the men's division, 11 in the women's division, 7 in the boys' division and 10 in the girls' division. 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Razon Sports Center: The history of a landmark", "Enrique M. Razon Sports Center: The Nucleus of DLSU Fitness", DLSU Office of Sports Development website, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=De_La_Salle_Green_Archers&oldid=993697240, Former Philippine Basketball League teams, University Athletic Association of the Philippines teams, Articles with peacock terms from October 2017, Articles with unsourced statements from November 2020, Articles with unsourced statements from January 2019, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Albert Morrow – (Philippine Islands Team – 1923 Far Eastern Games Champion), Bob Keesey – 1939 (Philippine Basketball Team – 1941 Asian Co-Prosperity Games; La Salle Green Archers team – 1939 NCAA Champion and 1939 National Seniors Open Champion), Enrique "Totit" J. Valles, HS 37, BSC 40 – 1994 Inductee, De La Salle Sports Hall of Fame; 1939 (Captain, La Salle Green Archers team – 1939 NCAA Champion and 1939 National Open Seniors Champion), Gabby Morras – 1939 (La Salle Green Archers team – 1939 NCAA Champion and 1939 National Seniors Open Champion), Charlie Valdes – 1939 (MICAA – San Miguel Beer; La Salle Green Archers team – 1939 NCAA Champion and 1939 National Seniors Open Champion), Manny Zervoulakos – 1939 (La Salle Green Archers team – 1939 NCAA Champion and 1939 National Seniors Open Champion), Carlos L. Ledesma, HS 33, ACS 35, BSC 36 – 1995 Inductee, De La Salle Sports Hall of Fame, Adrian H. Manzano, HS 38 ACS 41 BSC 42 – 1998 Inductee, De La Salle Sports Hall of Fame, Jose Maria "Mendy" A. Mendieta, Sr., GS 40, HS 47, BSC 51 – 2005 Inductee, De La Salle Sports Hall of Fame; 1947–1949 (MICAA – Yco; La Salle Green Archer team – 1947 NCAA Champion and 1949 National Seniors Open Champion), Kurt Seeberger – 1947–1948 (MICAA – Yco; La Salle Green Archer team – 1947 NCAA Champion), Carlos M. Iñigo, BSECE 52 – 2002 Inductee, De La Salle Sports Hall of Fame, Jose "Joe" Laganson – 1956–1957 (Philippine National Basketball Team/"RP 5" – 1962 Asian Games Champion; MICAA – YCO and PAL; La Salle Green Archers team – 1956 NCAA Champion), Jose Zubiri – 1958–1959 (MICAA – Ysmael Steel; La Salle Green Archers), Dominador Sevillano – 1956–1957 (MICAA – Crispa; La Salle Green Archers team – 1956 NCAA Champion), Nonggoy Hernaez – 1956–1957 (La Salle Green Archers team – 1956 NCAA Champion), Henry Feraren – 1955–1956 (La Salle Green Archers team – 1956 NCAA Champion), Hever "Nene" Bascon – 1955–1957 (Captain, La Salle Green Archers team – 1956 NCAA Champion), Jun Alicante – 1956–1957 (La Salle Green Archers team – 1956 NCAA Champion), Hector Gamboa – 1956–1957 (La Salle Green Archers team – 1956 NCAA Champion), Rene Wassmer – 1952–1953 (La Salle Green Archers team), Guillermo Gabriel "Billy" L. Manotoc, HS 59 HS 63 AB-BSBA 68 – 2005 Inductee, De La Salle Sports Hall of Fame; 1965–1966 (Philippine National Basketball Team – 1967 Intercontinental Basketball Tournament – Bronze Medal; MICAA – YCO; La Salle Green Archers team), Tony Arenas – 1964–1967 (La Salle Green Archers team), Caloy Valles – 1964–1966 (La Salle Green Archers team), Jose Mari Valles – 1965–1966 (La Salle Green Archers team), Dave Calvo 1965 (La Salle Green Archers team), Vince Misa – 1967–1968 (La Salle Green Archers team), Joaqui Trillo – 1968–1970 (La Salle Green Archers team), Carlos Emilio A. Velez, GS 60 HS 64 – 2003 Inductee, De La Salle Sports Hall of Fame, Jose Miguel "Mike" S. Bilbao, GS 64 LSGH-HS 68 AB 75 – 1997 Inductee, De La Salle Sports Hall of Fame; 1969–1971 (PBA – Tanduay and Beer Hausen; MICAA – Mariwasa; Captain, La Salle Green Archers team – 1971 NCAA Champion), Julian "Julee" Lim – 1970–1971 (MICAA – Mariwasa; La Salle Green Archers team – 1971 NCAA Champion), Doy Escober- 1970–1971 (MICAA – Mariwasa; La Salle Green Archers team – 1971 NCAA Champion), Alex Marquez – 1978–1979 (PBA – Tanduay, La Salle Grteen Archers team), Rey Pages – 1973 (PBA – Crispa and Utex; La Salle Green Archers team), Kenneth Yap – 1978–1979 (PBA – San Miguel Beer; La Salle Green Archers team), Titong Sagarbarria – 1973–1974 (PBA – Tefilin, La Salle Green Archers team – 1974 NCAA Champion), Reynaldo A. Bautista, GS 62, HS 66, BSBA 70 – 2001 Inductee, De La Salle Sports Hall of Fame, Willie Pearson – 1981 (PBA Mythical Team – 1985; Crispa Grand Slam Champions, Alaska; Northern Consolidated Cement; La Salle Green Archers team), Ferdinand "Dindo" S. Pumaren – 1986–1988 (Philippine National Basketball Team/"NCC Basketball Team" – 1986 Asian Games and 1987 Asian Basketball Confederation Champion; PBA – Pepsi, Tanduay, and FedEx; La Salle Green Archers team), Jeff Moore – 1983 (Philippine National Basketball Team/"NCC Basketball Team" – 1985 Asian Basketball Confederation Champion; Northern Consolidated Cement; La Salle Green Archers team), Dennis Still – 1983 (Philippine National Basketball Basketball Team/"NCC Team" – 1985 Asian Basketball Confederation Champion; Northern Consolidated Cement; La Salle Green Archers team), Tonichi Yturri – 1980–1981 (Philippine National Basketball Team/"NCC Basketball Team" – 1985 Asian Basketball Confederation Champion; PBA – San Miguel Beer, Pepsi, and Ginebra; Northern Consolidated Cement; La Salle Green Archers team), Teddy Alfarero – 1980–1984 (PBA – Hills Bros. and Tivoli; Northern Consolidated Cement; La Salle Green Archers team), Jun Tan – 1982 (PBA – Sarsi and Purefoods; Northern Consolidated Cement; La Salle Green Archers team), Naning Valenciano (PBA – Alaska, Purefoods, Sta. , 1971, and Michelle Panis that season revamped the DLSU men Taekwondo! 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