The men's team won their first UAAP Judo title in 1992. Croswell, Cheddi La Salle has a total of 15 championship titles in UAAP Table Tennis. [10][11] The Green Archers also participate in the Filoil Flying V Preseason Premier Cup where they have won four titles, the latest being the 2016 championship. La Salle lost two leaders in Saul Phiri and Isiah Deas, but seniors David Beatty and Scott Spencer are prepared to take the torch. [20] In the juniors' division, La Salle won a double championship (boys' and girls') in UAAP Season 78 and UAAP Season 82. The school's varsity teams participate in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines, among others. La Salle has a total of nine championship titles in UAAP Taekwondo. View Full Bio, Pookie 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). The Green Archers defeated the NU Bulldogs 3–2 in the finals and also completing a tournament sweep posting an 11–0 win-loss record. Carter, Cian Utilities. Five players have announced that they’re transferring from La Salle basketball following the 2018-19 season. Ateneo entered the Finals with a twice-to-beat advantage by topping the eliminations round. In the UAAP, the men's team has won 4 titles while the women's team has won 11 titles and were 4-peat champions from 2003 through 2006. In the juniors' division, La Salle has won 9 NCAA titles and 4 UAAP titles. The De La Salle Green Archers were a founding member of the NCAA in 1924. In the 1993–94 season, La Salle lost to UST 4–0 in the championship game but most of the awards were garnered by the Green Archers led by their rookie sensation, Panky Abijay who was voted as the Best Scorer for that season scoring 17 goals in 10 games, followed by Tats Ramos as the Best Goalie and Tuteng Marasigan as the Best Midfielder. Joel Welser. The Green Paddlers were 3-peat champions from 2013 to 2015. Reggie Santiago set the tone for the Lady Archers with a 6–3, 6–1 thumping of Len-len Santos in the opening singles, and Santiago was adjudged as the tournament MVP anew on her final year. The lower floors house a sports clinic, canteen, and bookstore. Former La Salle Players Who Played In The NBA Hey La Salle ballers! The school was a 4-peat NCAA double champions in both Junior and Senior divisions from 1937 through 1940. DLSU however did not allow the Finals to reach a 2nd game and recaptured the 1996–97 crown via a 2–1 victory, courtesy of goals by midfielders Norman Azarcon and Albe Aparilla. [citation needed], The women's team has previously duplicated the accomplishment of the men's team as 4-peat champions. The golden era was from 1972 through 1978 when the school was 7-peat champion. Lucia; La Salle Green Archers team – 1999, 2000, and 2001 UAAP Champions), Mike Gavino – 2000 (PBA – Coca-Cola; La Salle Green Archers team – 2000 UAAP Champion), Ronald "Mac" Cuan – 1997–2000 (PBA – Sta. 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. Full La Salle Explorers schedule for the 2020-21 season including dates, opponents, game time and game result information. La Salle basketball scores, news, schedule, players, stats, photos, rumors, depth charts on RealGM.com ... 2018: Heat----1 players found. John Lynam FSC.The De La Salle Green Archers were a founding member of the NCAA in 1924. 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. [29] The women's team were 4-peat champions from UAAP Seasons 73 to 76. Lucia; La Salle Green Archers team – 1998, 1999, and 2000 UAAP Champions), Chris Tan – 1996 (PBA – Sta. Under head coach Aldin Ayo La Salle defeated Ateneo in Game One 67–65 and completed the sweep in Game Two 79–72 during the best-of-three series. La Salle has a total of nine championship titles in UAAP Baseball. La Salle was men's UAAP Chess 6-peat champions from 1999 through 2004. The junior teams representing La Salle have won 119 high school championships including 10 NCAA General Championship titles. 2017-2018 Overall Rank: #125. Lucia; MBA – Cebu Gems, and, Alvin Magpantay – 1995 (PBA – Tanduay; La Salle Green Archers team), Mark Kong – (PBA – San Miguel; La Salle Green Archers team), Richard "Dickie" Bachmann – 1990–1992 (PBA – Alaska; La Salle Green Archers team – 1990 UAAP Champion), Alvin Castro – 1998–2000 (PBA – San Miguel Beer and Alaska; 1998 and 1999 NCRAA Champions, 1998 NCRAA MVP, 2-time NCRAA Mythical Five – 1998 and 1999; La Salle Green Archers team – 1998, 1999, and 2000 UAAP Champions – co captain), Maoi Roca – 1994–1998 (PBA – Tanduay; UAAP Mythical Five – 1996; La Salle Green Archers team – 1998 UAAP Champion; Batangas Blades (MBA) 1999–2000), Santi Santillan – 2017–2018 (3x3 Pilipinas Team - 2020 FIBA), Thomas Torres – 2012–2016 (La Salle Green Archers team – 2013 and 2016 UAAP Champion; 2013 PCCL Champion), Julian Sargent – 2014–2016 (PBA – Global Port Batang Pier; La Salle Green Archers team – 2016 UAAP Champion), Abu Tratter – 2014–2017 (PBA – Blackwater; La Salle Green Archers team – 2016 UAAP Champion), Kib Montalbo – 2013–2014; 2016–2018 (PBA – TNT; La Salle Green Archers team – 2013 and 2016 UAAP Champions; 2013 PCCL Champion), Andrei Caracut – 2015–2019 (UAAP Rookie of the Year – 2015; La Salle Green Archers team – 2016 UAAP Champion), Jamie Malonzo – 2019 (UAAP Mythical Five – 2019), Edna Ledesma-Asano – Dance Sport Blackpool World Champion – 2005; DLSAA Sports Achievement Award, Marcus Araneta Valda – Individual Gold in Greco-Roman Wrestling – 2003 SEA Games; Individual Gold Freestyle Wrestling – 2003 and 2005 SEA Games; DLSAA Sports Achievement Award, Joseph Orillana – 2007 Baseball Philippines MVP and Best Pitcher; Baseball Team Gold; DLSAA Sports Achievement Award, Liza del Rosario – Bowling Gold – 2005 SEA Games, Perry Ronquillo – 1998–1999 PBA championship coach, This page was last edited on 12 December 2020, at 00:34. In the juniors' division, La Salle won 14 titles in the NCAA. Basketball - Varsity - De La Salle High School. Johnson, Donnie ONE TEAM, ONE DREAM, ONE LA SALLE! The school's most recent accomplished swimmer is actor and model Enchong Dee. Sullivan, Ashley Videos, analysis and more on ESPN.com. La Salle was also 5-peat NCAA double champions in both Junior and Senior divisions from 1971 through 1976. In 2013, the women's team won their first championship and ended the school's 21-year title drought.[27][28]. La Salle basketball scores, news, schedule, players, stats, photos, rumors, depth charts on RealGM.com ... 2018: Magic----1 players found. [6][7] After bolting out of the NCAA in 1981, it participated in various tournaments. He led the Green Archers to the 2009–2010 UAAP title in the process winning 7 gold medals in the 800 and 1,500 meter freestyle, 200 and 400 meter individual medley, as well as 50, 100, and 200 meter butterfly. In the men's division the school took home the trophy in 1997 courtesy of Noel Paulo Pasaporte and Ernesto Ebuen III and its most recent championship being 2015. … La Salle has a total of 20 championship titles in chess. During their membership stint in the NCAA, La Salle's juniors team was represented first by DLSC High School from 1924 to 1968, followed by La Salle Green Hills from 1969 up to 1981 when La Salle withdrew from the league.