List of Articles by Eddie Alinea
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Displaying articles 11 to 20.UAAP BASEBALL: UST vs LA SALLE CLASH TODAY AT 1PM
07 Feb 2018
Rizal Memorial Baseball Stadium
7 a.m. – NU vs.Ateneo
9 a.m. – UP vs. Adamson
1 p.m. UST vs. La Salle
With the way defending champion Ateneo manhandled University of the Philippines in the opening day last Sunday, the Blue Eagles should find no problems scoring their second straight win agai
ADAMSON BURRIES LA SALLE 11-3 FOR 2ND WIN
06 Feb 2018
Eight-peat seeking Adamson University exerted just enough efforts in scoring its second victory in as many outings, an 11-3, overwhelming of La Salle Monday in the UAAP Women’s Softball Championship at the 84-year-old
PH SOFTBALL: LA SALLE EDGES ADAMSON 3-2
04 Feb 2018
La Salle’s Green Archers, who finished out of the medal standing last year, took advantage of a costly Adamson University error in the eighth inning to hack out a come-from behind 3-2 victory yesterday in the opening of the UAAP Baseball Championship at the Rizal Memorial Stadium.
A fielding b
OUTSIDE LOOKING IN: Like his idol Manny Pacquiao, Jerwin Ancajas fights for the Filipinos, too
03 Feb 2018
When our own Jerwin Ancajas fights his 10th-ranked challenger Israel “Jiga” Gonzales Saturday night (Sunday morning in Manila) in his debut in the United State, he, not only will be defending his International B
UAAP Softball: Lady Tigresses ready this year
02 Feb 2018
Will “Next Year” finally arrive for University of Santo Tomas in this season’s UAAP Women’s Softball?
For two years in-a-row, the Growling Tigresses couldn’t get past the Adamson Lady Falcons as the varsity league’s queens of softball vowing to bounce back the following year failing each time.
Ana Santiago: PH softball’s winningest coach
30 Jan 2018
If one is to give Adamson women’s softball head coach Ana Santiago a nickname, “Shortie” would have fit her. For she is short at 5-feet flat with short pair of legs and arms.
But if one is to consider her performance
Catalon, the brightest star the 1925 Far Eastern Games
28 Dec 2017
The Philippines played host to the three-nation Far Eastern Games for the third time in 1925 when Filipino athletes reclaimed the general championship they lost to Japan in 1923 at the port city of Osaka.
That actually, was the Filipinos’ fifth and last overall victory in the biennial conclave t
FLASHBACK: PACQUIAO RETIRES DE LA HOYA
15 Dec 2017
It needed Manny Pacquiao barely 24 minutes to prove that Oscar de La Hoya could no longer give and take punches.
Weeks before the Pacquiao-de La Hoya fight took place on December 6, 2008, the Pacman’s chief trai
The year PHL suffered defeat in basketball in Far Eastern Games
14 Dec 2017
The law of averages finally caught up on the Philippines in basketball hostilities in the fifth staging of the Far Eastern Games in 1921 in Shanghai.
China, playing host to the three-nation sports meet for the secon
Sports Feature: FEG returned to Manila in 1919 with PH reclaiming overall crown
06 Dec 2017
The fourth staging of the Far Eastern Games in 1919 completed the first cycle of the region’s premier sporting event as it returned to the city where it was born in 1913 – Manila.
And the host country’s ‘Little Brown Dolls’ … and ‘Gals’, like in 1913, didn’t disappoint their countrymen winning b