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AB remains unbeaten, destroys CTHM

AB remains unbeaten, destroys CTHM

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THE FACULTY of Arts and Letters (AB) Women’s Basketball Team demolished the College of Tourism and Hospitality Management (CTHM), 57-28, to preserve its unbeaten record and inch closer to securing a playoff seed in this year’s Thomasian Goodwill Games. AB’s Alaina Dimdam finished with 24 points—13 of which coming from a huge third quarter rally—while her backcourt tandem, Jonne Senga, dropped 16 points last April 4 at the P. Noval Gym. The two squads started sloppy in the opening quarter but AB managed to set the pace as Dimdam grabbed defensive rebounds and scored a hook shot, 12-4. CTHM seemed like a squad ready to upset last year’s runner-up with Bea Danica Benito dropping two consecutive bombs from the arc and cutting the deficit to four, 17-21. But AB closed the first ...
AB blasts Nursing for 1st Goodwill victory

AB blasts Nursing for 1st Goodwill victory

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THE FACULTY of Arts and Letters (AB) Women’s Basketball Team is recovering the lethal form that carried it to the Thomasian Goodwill Games Finals last year through a methodical handling of the College of Nursing (Nursing) Women’s Basketball Team, 56-23, in their elimination round duel held March 7 at the P. Noval Court. AB’s Alaina Dimdam equalled the output of the whole Nursing squad with 23 points, while her backcourt tandem, Jonne Senga, tallied 12 points. Nursing only scored a single point in the first quarter, while allowing AB to easily penetrate its defense and mount an early 16-point advantage, 17-1. AB kept its pace in the second period and knocked down its jump shots and layups, ushering the score to 27-7 before halftime. Yen Durano and Micah Atienza of AB grabbed...
AB bows to Grad School, settles with bridesmaid finish

AB bows to Grad School, settles with bridesmaid finish

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Photo by JANINE C. PEREA THEY TRIED to snatch this year’s championship from the defending victors, but fell short to the team whose players were once their mentors. The Faculty of Arts and Letters (AB) Men’s Volleyball Team succumbed to the Graduate School (Grad School) in the game two of the Thomasian Goodwill Games Finals series, handing the reigning champions their back-to-back victory, 25-21, 22-25, 21-25, 25-16, and 15-7. AB opened the first set with multiple errors, allowing a nine-point gap in the scores, 3-11, in favor of Grad School. A barrage of powerful spikes from AB’s Wayne Parulan cut Grad School’s lead to three and brought the score to 19-22. But Grad School would not give AB an easy fight and capped the first set, 25-21. The Dapitan-based squad display...