Hello. Sasaglit muna ako para magkuwento.

Kanina kasi abalang-abala ako sa pagbabasa ng mga twits ni JW hanggang sa napagod at pumunta nalang sa Facebook hanggang sa makita ko yung post ng isang Page na nagsasabing sa December 1 yung opening ng UAAP75 Volleyball match. Urggh! Alam mo yung feeling na akala ko ngayong October yung nasabing match na yun?! alam mo yung feeling na akala ko makikita ko na sila ng Personal?! alam mo yung feeling na ngayon October ko pinaBook yung flight ko papunta dun?!!! Urrgh. I really want to see them so bad!!!! :( Pero sige lang. Tiwala lang at sana mapilit ko silang pumunta dun ng December kahit ako lang! Chos! :D Hmp. Makapag-Study na nga lang. :) Sige Share lang. :)))

yung sa last na picture. bago lang yan. kahapon lang ninakaw.hahahaha


August 4, 2012. DLSU vs. UST.

DLSU lost by two points to UST. The game was really intense. Double overtime, baby!

But even though DLSU lost, this day is still ONE OF THE BEST DAYS OF 2012 SO FAR.

Why? It’s because I finally met Jeron Teng!!! ♥ Dream come true. Yup he’s so cute and he smells really good! We shaked hands and I hugged him. AHHHHHH. I know I look really wasted in the photos but I don’t care. I also asked him to sign my planner. I think he’s a really nice guy. :)

In uniform or not, I'm a proud UST-AB student.

Nung Thursday, pumunta kami ng maaga ni ate Ria sa Araneta para bumili ng tickets para sa iba pa naming friends na nasa UST nung time na yun. Dahil kami yung pinakamalapit sa Araneta at baka magkaubusan ng tickets dahil parehong may games ang Ateneo at La Salle, kami na nagvolunteer bumili para sa lahat.

Nakarating kami around 12:30 p.m. at dumiretso agad kami dun sa red gate na bilihan ng tickets. Magaala-una na nun kaya may mga iba nang nakapila from both Ateneo and UST. I was wearing my AB uniform and ate Ria was wearing her GOUSTE shirt.

So along with students from the College of Commerce (in Commerce Pride shirts) and some Ateneo alumni, pumila kami. Medyo loob na kami ng pila, nasa loob na kami nung parang rope na harang sa ticket lane.

May mga CFAD na mga first year (barkada of both boys and girls) na dumating, and they will also buy bulk tickets like us. I know they’re first years because they were all wearing the lanyard and holder that came with their I.D.’s, each batch HAD THE SAME lanyards.

Pinapila nila yung isang babae nilang kabarkada sa likod ni ate Ria (na nasa likod ko) to buy tickets for all of them. Tapos nung paalis na yung barkada para pumila doon mismo sa entrance ng red gate, narinig namin ito…

CFAD guy: Uy ano ba yan. Manonood tayo ng game, nakakahiya naka-uniform tayo. (Very shy tone)

CFAD GIRL: Bakit naman tayo mahihiya, eh hindi naman tayo AB?!

Everyone in line heard that little girl. Tinignan ako nung mga taga-Commerce then tinignan siya and they were like “OH NO YOU DIN’T!”

Then, I snapped.

I called out “Excuse me, bakit? Anong problema mo sa AB?”

But they we’re leaving fast! I made sure I was heard. Inulit ko “Ate, may problema ka ba sa AB? AB ako.”

And ate Ria and I stood in line, ranting all the time, making sure that their ticket-buying kabarkada heard every word I said. But this girl, she was awkwardly pretending to text. So I faced her and said,

“Kabarkada mo? Ganda ng ugali ha. Pumili ka ng mga maayos na kaibigan?”

Hindi ko na napigilan ang sarili ko. Pasalamat siya, mga salita lang nabitawan ko.

Nung kinakausap ko na yung salesperson sa ticket booth window, sabi sa akin ni ate Ria kinausap daw sya nung nasa likod niya and said something like,

“Ate mga kaibigan ko pa yun. Sa totoo lang po, hindi ko po alam kung bakit nila nasabi yun. Sorry po talaga,” and what else. She also said something about the color of the AB skirt/lambda is blue, hence, support for Ateneo (kalaban namin for the day.)

If that was your logic, missy, is it safe to say that UST-CFAD people cannot watch UP games since you have maroon and dark green on your uniforms?

If that was your logic, then UST-Commerce students have the right to support UST because they wear yellow?

I’m not saying that I, from the UST Faculty of Arts and Letters, have perfect logic skills, but yours was really poor.

Ako lang yung nag-iisang naka-AB uniform nung sinabi mo yun.Tinignan ka na nga nung mister Ateneo alumnus dahil sa nakakahiya mong ugali at malakas mong boses. Kung makapagbitaw ng sentence, ang dami mo nang naipagmalaki. Can’t even answer me when I answered back. Hay.

I just seriously can’t believe I am in the same school with these people. Hindi ko nilalahat lahat ng taga-CFAD, pero kung sino ka mang first year na babae kang nagsabi nun, pinahiya mo lahat ng nasa college mo.

Lahat tayo, kahit saang college ka pa galing, pare-pareho lang napupuyat kaka-aral. Lahat tayo pantay-pantay, dahil lahat tayo estudyante na ang trabaho sa ngayon ay mag-aral.


Bakit ako mahihiyang taga-AB ako? Dahil pangit uniform ko?

Well, mas pangit ang ugali mo.

At dahil AB ako, sabi nga ng ibang college “Words are all I have,”

So here are my words telling your story for everyone to know. Now, tell me kung sino ang mas nakakahiya sa atin.

Again, nakakahiya ka maging schoolmate.

Account and words by: MAXINE PATRICIA S. SERAFICA, UST Journalism 2013, Proud Artlet, I.D. No. 2009002923, Graduating

Teng brothers match-up fuels UST-La Salle rivalry

MANILA, Philippines – Two closely-knit brothers will find themselves on opposite sides of the court come 75th Season of the UAAP.

Jeric and Jeron Teng, sons of PBA great Alvin, who grew up watching each other’s backs, may end up guarding each other.

“Walang kapatid, kapatid [There are no brothers here],” said 21-year-old Jeric, University of Santo Tomas’ trusty gunner who’s had the privilege of showing his worth in the league for the past three years.

“On the court, we don’t think we’re brothers anymore. We just have to win for our teams,” said Jeron, 18, La Salle’s blue-chip rookie—who, amid all the defeaning hype, did not disappoint in the pre-season. “Hindi kami magpapatalo sa isa’t isa [We won’t allow ourselves to be beaten by the other],” Jeron added.

That meeting, though, has yet to be seen as Jeric is takes on the shooting guard position while Jeron is at the number three spot.

Although it would have been ideal for them to be playing side-by-side, Jeric and Jeron believe otherwise.

“It’s more exciting when it’s against, we’re already together too much at home. So kapag sa basketball naman iba [it should be different in basketball],” said Jeron, who is younger and bulkier one.

“It’s more okay for us to play against each other, kasi magaagawan kami ng bola dahil pareho kami buwakaw [we will both be chasing after the ball because both of us are ball-hogs] ,” Jeric said, laughing.

And somehow there’s truth to that as Jeric’s role has always been to provide the points, while Jeron, who set a record for the most points in a high school game with 104 points, simply has that scorer’s mentality.

And when asked, if Jeron would have scored as much if his brother Jeric was guarding him, they had the same answer.

“He would have scored four points, maybe,” Jeric, a Miami Heat fan, joked. Jeron, an Oklahoma City Thunder supporter, on the other hand, was serious in saying, “Siyempre hindi [Of course not], because he’s known to be a defender.”

“Being a hardworker, we got that from our dad. He lacked the talent before so he really worked hard, especially in the rebounding,” said Jeric. “Namana namin yung  [We inherited his] defense and intensity in the game.” And being a serious competitor must run in the blood, too.Both of them thrive on offense but Jeric and Jeron also take pride in defense like their father Alvin in the pro-league.

“We hate losing,” answered Jeron and Jeric in unison when asked what their biggest similarity would be as a basketball player.

But past the expected rivalry on the court, expect the Tengs to have that routine family dinner.

“We always hang out together, we go one dates like movies,” said a smiling Jeric.“

We’ve been very supportive of each other eh. Pag may game siya, ibang teams kalaban, lagi ako nanunuod [If he has a game, and he’s competing with other teams, I always watch him]. We really help each other in terms of basketball,” said Jeron.

Jeric’s Rookie-Of-the-Year plum is a great inspiration, but Jeron admits it doesn’t put pressure on him to win the same.

“I really don’t think about individual achievements, I really just wanna help La Salle to win. If it’s really for me, darating na lang yun [that’s going to come]. But I don’t look [forward] to getting it,” said Jeron.

“My brother gives me advice, I listen to him, and I follow him,” Jeron added. “It works both ways, we help each other improve our game,” Jeric said.

The Growling Tigers and the Green Archers will meet twice in the double-round eliminations – and there’s a great chance both squads will face again in the playoffs.

The Tengs closeness is evident but come game time, winning is what matters most.


By Celest R. Flores

Kakauwi ko lang galing sa MOA. Maganda naman at nag-enjoy ako manood ng LIVE sa MOA Arena ng UAAP Cheerdance. Sa may mga drummers kami ng La Salle naka-pwesto, kuya ko kasi nagbigay ng ticket at dahil LaSalle graduate sya, yun ang sinuportahan namin. Sobrang saya lang talaga kasi ramdam na ramdam namin yung dagundong ng mga drummers ng LaSalle at iba pang school.

Masasabo ko lang about the result, deserving talaga ang UP, lalo na yung point na nagpagupit ng semi-kalbo yung girls then the routines and everything was almost perfect, FEU did their best too and I’m proud of them. Galing din talaga nila at isa sa crowd nila ang the best supporter. NU, well di naman ako hater, pero I think UST or LaSalle did better than them pero the decision is FINAL kaya Congrats na lang sa kanila.

Kahit hindi ako nakapag review at kahit may sinat pa ako kanina, nawala yun lahat dahil sa event na ito, masaya din ako kasi minsan ko na lang maka-bonding ang Kuya ko kaya thankful ako. SAYA NG Cheerdance, next year ulit.

Tigers statsheet

Got this from GMA News, from Adrian Dy’s predicted Mythical 5 / MVP race in the 75th season of the UAAP.

These are the current stat sheet of the Tigers 

Karim Abdul (Center)
237 points
171 rebounds
26 assists
21 steals
28 blocks
44 TO’s

Aljon Mariano (Forward)
186 points
99 rebounds
29 assists
11 steals
10 blocks
42 TO’s

Jeric Fortuna (Captain, Point Guard)
117 points
72 rebounds
77 assists
16 steals
0 blocks
24 TO’s  

Jeric Teng (Guard)
150 points
47 rebounds
12 assists
7 steals
0 blocks
21 TO’s   

Abdul is second to Bobby Ray Parks (with 299 points / 101 rebounds / 62 assists / 21 steals / 18 blocks / 55 turnovers) in the MVP race this season. 

You can read more HERE!


ang bago kong mahal… Adamson #13 and #17

wla na kc Canada ko e :(

Congratulations, UE Red Warriors!

Sweet sweet victory over Ateneo Blue Eagles. :)
So who cares kung hindi sila pasok sa Final Four? That doesn’t mean they can’t defeat the top seeders of the league.

Pinatunayan lang talaga sa akin ng Season 75 ng UAAP na bilog ang bola. :)

Good Job, UE Red Warriors!
Go Fight Red and White! Bomba UE Igma Kadigma! 

Always a proud thomasian fan of UE Red Warriors since Elmer Espiritu days.  

PS. O yung mga patay na patay sa team ng UE, sige pagnasaan nyo na. :)))