25th Apr 2008, 16:40
ask koH Lng poH kuNg bket ayAw magmErgE ng UAAP at NCaa?:noidea:
25th Apr 2008, 17:05
kac UAAP pra sa universities at NCAA pra sa college...:peace:
ok lng din naman...pra may all-stars:king: prang east or west...:lol:
27th Apr 2008, 11:13
sa pgkakaalam ko dati ilang members ng NCAA ay tumiwalag to form another which is the UAAP..(hindi lang ako sigurado ateneo and la salle ata kasali dun)..ang dahilan ay hindi ko pa alam!!:noidea:siguro dahil na rin sa kanya kanyang interest..pero mas maganda sana pg nagmerge ulit dba..
27th Apr 2008, 11:22
brief history ng UAAP at NCAA:
The NCAA was founded in 1924 on the initiative of Dr. Regino R. Ylanan, a physical education professor of the University of the Philippines (UP). The original members were the Ateneo de Manila, De La Salle College, Institute of Accounts, National University (NU), San Beda College (SBC), the University of Manila, the University of the Philippines, and the University of Santo Tomas (UST).
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The decision of the Board of Directors to file papers of incorporation with the then Bureau of Commerce in 1930 led to protests from the University of the Philippines, which was the only public institution among member schools, saying that it would lead to commercialization. National University and the University of Santo Tomas sided with the University of the Philippines on the matter. This led into the formation, via an Article of Agreement, of a triangular meet among NU, UP and UST, with the Board of Control's condition that NCAA events should take precedence. The league established came to be known as the "Big Three," and on 1932, the Article of Agreement was renewed.
In 1936, the University of the Philippines and University of Santo Tomas withdrew permanently in the NCAA and continued with their own league, while Far Eastern University (FEU) withdrew on its own. Six schools remained in the league and became known as the "old-timer six" – Ateneo de Manila, Colegio de San Juan de Letran, De La Salle College, José Rizal College, Mapúa Institute of Technology and San Beda College. Also in 1936, league games were transferred to the newly-completed Rizal Memorial Coliseum, owing to its accessibility among the schools, for most schools were in Manila.
In 1938, Far Eastern University, National University, the University of the Philippines and the University of Santo Tomas formed the University Athletic Association of the Philippines, a rival intercollegiate league.
The NCAA experienced a golden age during the postwar years. The Loyola Center at the Ateneo campus became the new home of the league. Due to the home court advantage of the Ateneo, Blue Eagles games were held on the old Rizal Memorial
hehe mali pala aku dun..hindi pala la salle and ateneo ang unang tumiwalag sa NCAA..:slap:
27th Apr 2008, 11:24
late 70's na nung humiwalay ang Ateneo tapos 1980 naman ata ang La salle!!
27th Apr 2008, 13:14
mga bRo tnx poH sa repLy!! ah ganUn paLa ung nAngyaRi.. sayaNg naMan..onGa manofsteel27 mas aStig at maS maLupet saNa kuNg maGmeRge pRa mAs maHaba ung LaRo sakA mas maGiging cOmpetitive ung mga LaBan..