Central Philippine University

Weekly Centralian Link (March 3, 2017)

CPU celebrates CEW in 3D

True to its commitment to EXCEL (Exemplary Christian Education for Life), Central Philippine University celebrated its Christ Emphasis Week with the theme “Life in 3D (Discipleship Determines Destiny)” on February 24 to March 4, 2017.

Christian Life Committee singing the CEW Themesong – I Will Follow.

The Faculty and Staff Convocation was held on February 24, 2017 at the University Church. University President, Teodoro C. Robles in his opening message reminded CPU faculty and staff about the importance of discipline in serving the university. “Just like our theme, our discipline will also determine the destiny of Central Philippine University, we have to continually grow, to be like athletes always reaching for the goal of finishing the race with excellence.”

Pastor Parpa, encourages CPU faculty and staff to live a life of 3D

For the introduction of the theme and text, Rev. Cris Amorsolo Sian shared Proverbs 25:28 and Hebrews 12:11. According to him, both Scripture texts speak about the importance of discipline in the social, political and economic aspects of living a Christian life. “Disciple will unleash our true potential. Jason Garette, the coach of the Dallas Cowboys said: Discipline is letting my athletes do what they don’t want to do so they can become who they always wanted to be.”

Guest speaker, Pastor Ronald Parpa from Jaro Evangelical Church encouraged CPU faculty and staff to live a life of discipline and excellence. From the biblical text Hebrews 12:11, he shared that no one loves to be out of his comfort zone. “Our momentary discomfort will be nothing compared to the glory we will receive. It is true even with our health, with our state of mind – when we persevere during discipline we attain the best versions of ourselves.”

CPU High School Students lead the worship.

The original schedule of the opening program was supposedly February 27 however due to the national transport strike it was moved on February 28.
Pastor Albert Mark Java, sharing his experience to high school Centralians told the story of two brothers; both of them had the same potential to succeed to gain awards and medals but only one was disciplined while the other was lazy. He later on revealed that this was his and his brother’s story. Later on in life, when he came to know the goodness of the Lord, he also lived a life of discipline by serving others through the ministry.

CPU faculty and staff during the CEW Convocation.

Pastor Jabez Oberes, on the other hand shared that discipline pays the cost of our dreams. “I am in a room full of dreamers. Everybody has something they want to achieve. Have you counted the cost of your dreams? Discipline is the most important ingredient of achieving your dream.”

According to her there is a certain discomfort in discipline that makes us learn. “Discipline includes leaving behind all negative talks and experiences, knowing that the Grace of God has made you whole, forgetting all your past sins and trespasses. In the bible, Joseph had to leave a temptation – a flat tire takes a long time to get there.  It also means correcting, when you are good at something, it is hard to accept correction but discipline will make us humble. We should accept correction as part of our God-given destiny.”

Worship is part of the Centralian life of excellence.

She also encouraged Centralians by telling them about the delights of the destination once we’ve chosen to undergo discipline. “The delight of destination includes the delight of right living, delight of a protected life – a Christ-like life. From the comfort of the garden to the discomfort of the cross, Jesus has undergone the greatest act of discipline for us that we, too, in our daily discipline will share in his victory.

Christ Emphasis Week is part of CPU´s vision of producing Chirstian life long learners.

CEW speakers include: Pastor Ronald F. Parpa, Rev. Jireh John B. Francia, Rev. Neva Ruth P. Pendon, Rev. Samuel G. Talha, Rev. Dr. Kenneth J. Gerada, Pastor Lloyd U. Basco, Pastor Melanie C. Arandela, Pastor Love Joy Q. Leysa, Pastor Jabez C. Oberes and Pastor Albert Mark A. Java.

CPU students to elect new CPUR Officers

Election season is up, Centralians are now faced with the choice who to vote for CPUR President. A special election for the College of Law, and Graduate School student is slated on March 4. The regular Election Day is on March 10 for the College, High School, Senior High School students.

Let Centralian Link help you get to know more about these aspiring leaders. Here are there side by side answers to the Centralian Link’s questions:



John Michael Suelo
JD-1 Bachelor of Laws
College of Law

Jan Christian Española
3rd Year Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
College of Business and Administration 

Tell us something about your student party?

REFORM Party is a progressive and liberal student political party here in CPU which espouses a balance between the rights of the students as well as respect with the administration.

REFORM Party had always been a party based on platform. We introduced the change of government from Presidential to Parliamentary, wherein now it is more efficient to serve Centralians because the power is divided between the President and the Prime Minister.

We don’t call it a party. We call it a family kay even after the election period ang amon ngapamilya ang ties kag angrelationship ara guid ya gihapon.  KOALISYON Organization has been serving CPU for 31 long years – it is the oldest political party in CPU. It is a pro student family, kungbaga ang estudyante guid ya ang amon boss.

What are your platforms?

We are promoting ABSfor a healthier leadership. ABS stands for:

A – attainable and sustainable projects

Our focus is on the information dissemination, we want Centralians to know what’s going on inside the campus, we want them to get involve in our projects for its ensured sustainability. We want them to be part of our team in bringing CPU to greater heights

We want holistic projects that cater to the hearts and minds of Centralians

B – bringing back the fun and breaking barriers

Let’s make CPU life exciting, more creative programs. We can innovate

Let’s make the Centralian life more exciting, more creative. We want more innovative more programs that will bring out the best of CPU students and talents.

S – student centered government

When we sit as officials already, we are no longer Koalisyon or Reform, we will be non-partisan already. Although there will always be the green and red tag, if I sit as President we would be united as blue blooded Centralians.

Ang Team KOALISYON 2017 ang flagship platform isTeam BES which is Believe, Empower and Serve. Kami niSidrik magahatg sa inyo tatlo ka simple lang nga palatapormaand BES man siya.

B – Buluthuan nga masdya

Gusto namun Buluthuan nga masdya. We will push for student participation sa kadaactivity. Not only for the activities of CPU-R but we will push for participation even with the organization activities. We will promote unity among the students, unity with the teachers.


E – Epektibo nga pamalakad

Si Sidrik (VP) kag ako nagkilalahay since Kinder pa, our friendship nga 16 years nga mag bestfriend that’s why Team BESKami ni Sidrik dungan kami sulod sa CPU sangkinder, dungan kami nag-intra sa pag-serbisyo sa mga estudyante, sin.o pa bala ang mas maayo nga makahatag sang epektibo nga pag-serbisyo sa mga estudyante kungdi nga kilal-anay na sang dugay na, nga bal-an niyo ang strength kag weaknesses sang isa kag isa.

S – Serbisyo nga tampad

Ang KOALISYON Party is a family, and this family is a pro-student family . Kung baga kamo nga estudyante kamo guid ya ang boss namon.

Why did you run for CPU-R President?

Four years ago, I run for CPU-R President but I think it wasn’t my time yet when I was still taking up Political Science here in CPU. And now, I’m running again primarily because I know that now I can help and lead the students because of my experiences before. My party encouraged me to run – they’ve always been a family to me. Coming from the College of Law, we’ve been trained to voice out concerns in a systematic manner. If you know the law you are fearless and you uphold the rights of the studentry. I just keep on praying that everything will happen according to God’s will. I am a true blooded Centralian, kung baga halin kinder diri guid ku nag.dakoNag-start guid kosang student government sang elementary since elementary, and didto ku nakita nga sa pag-serbisyo sa kapwa ko estudyante may fulfillment nga indi ku makuha sa pagkuha sang mataas nga grado, may fulfillment nga indi ku makuha kung ang crush ku may crush man sa akun. Kung baga, lain ang mabatyagan mo, lain ang kabugat nga matyagan sang tagipusoun mo kung maserbisyohan mo ang kapwa mo estudyante.

Your message to Centralians

Please do support REFORMPartyREFORM Party has always been here for you bringing you quality student services. This is notjust for the elections but you have seen the actions and the results that REFORM Party has brought to CPUR, I just pray that this election will be a peaceful, free, clean and honest election. We’ll continue to help each other because we cannot do it alone. Your help maters a lot to the studentry. Everything that we do is really for you and of course with our commitment to service and to God. Mag-exercise guid sang ila rightto vote on March 10 and pili-on ang kandidato nga ma.feel ta sa tagipusoun ta nga insakto, pillion ta ang mga kandidato nga may experience, nga ara guid sa ila nga nag-serbisyo and please do vote straight KOALISYON Party.


Centralian qualifies in IMG Academy Bollettieri Tennis Program

Centralian excellence in sports – Nikhel Supeda Nowlakha, a grade 6 pupil of CPU Elementary qualified in the two week IMG Academy Bollettieri Tennis Program to be held at Florida, USA on June-July 2017.

Nowlakha with CPU Alumni President Dan Dorillo and CPU Alumni  Assn. Greater Toronto Area Founding President,  Rick Falco.

The IMG Academy Bollettieri tennis program pioneered the concept of a residency program nearly 40 years ago and still sets the standard by which all tennis academies around the world are measured. Through the program’s focus on technical, tactical, physical, and mental instruction, they’ve developed champions at every level. With a program infrastructure that allows for student-athletes to grow and compete with others with similar skill sets, IMG Academy tennis represents the ultimate program for everyone from nationally ranked elite players with aspirations of being a professional to those who want to compete at all levels of collegiate tennis (www.imgacademy.com).

Passion and determination, Nowlokha shows promise as a tennis player representing CPU.

The program has trained thousands of young tennis enthusiasts. Notable alumni of the program include Andre AgassiBjörn BorgBoris Becker, Pete Sampras, Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams.

Nowlakha who ranks  14th  in the Philippines among his age group, is no. 1 in Visayas. He has been representing CPU in various tennis tournaments across the country.  Last year, he ranked 4th in the tennis singles competition during Palarong Pambansa. This year, he placed 1st in the Western Visayas Private Schools Athletic Association (WVRISAA) tennis singles and doubles with his partner Jan Roger Lamparero, and will be once again representing Region 6 in the nationals. “I really want to win the gold this year for CPU.”

Nowlakha, 12 years old, ranks as the no. 1 tennis player in Western Visayas.

With his mother, Ma. Concepcion Supeda, Nowlakha  goes to the CPU Tennis Court from Mondays to Fridays at 6:00 in the morning so that he can practice with his coach Noel Sorilla. “My coach encourages me a lot, he teaches me a lot about tennis.” He shares that though he is competing for both tennis singles and doubles he prefers to play doubles. “I first started playing tennis doubles, so I’m used to it. If we make a mistake, my partner and I would just high five and encourage each other. Tennis taught me to have patience and to always push my body to the limit.”

At the age of 12, Nowlakha sees himself playing tennis for the rest of his life. However, he will have different priorities by then. “I would love to play tennis all my life but when I grow up, I will probably play it as a hobby. I want take up Bachelor of Science in Biology and become a Doctor.”

“My parents, my coaches, and my trainers inspire me to become a better player. I would encourage other young person like me who also wants to excel in tennis to train hard, to follow their coach and to not be lazy.”

Centralian Beauty Queens make CPU Proud

Certified Centralian Beauty Queens – Jay Roxanne Villamor and Sainthia Sorrilla  made CPU proud in the beauty competitions here and abroad. Villamore was one of the Top 15 in the search for Miss Heritage Global at Gallangher Estate, Johannesburg in South Africa while Sorrilla was crowned as 1st Runner-up of the Ms. Paraw Regatta 2017.

Jay Roxanne Villamor showcasing the beauty of Bucari, Leon.

Villamor, who hails from Mandurriao, Iloilo is a CPU graduate of Bachelor of Science in Accountancy. She won beauty titles such as Miss Iloilo City Tourism 2014, 2nd Runner-up, Bb. Pandayan 2014, Miss Iloilo Paraw Regatta Earth 2015 and Miss Filipinas Heritage – Culture 2015. She also won Miss Heritage Philippines 2016.

Sorilla  graces the crowd in the Miss Paraw Regatta pre-pageant competition.

Sorrilla represented New Lucena in the search for the Ms. Paraw Regatta 2017 last February 15, 2017. She will be the Philippine representative to the 2017 Miss Southeast Asia to be held in Thailand. She is currently in her 4th year as a BS Medical Laboratory Science student.

True blooded Centralian, Vanessa Tse Wing charms the crowd with her poise and beauty.

It can be recalled that another Centralian, Vanessa Tse Wing was the Ms. Paraw Regatta Queen 2016. Vanessa is an Environmental Science graduate of CPU and a former Senator of the CPU Republic.

All these ladies showcased the Centralian wit, talent and beauty in their respective pageants making the entire Centralian community proud.

Centralian is Mr. Iloilo 2016

Michael C. Paculba, Mr. Iloilo 2016 advocates healthy eating as one of the ways of living life to the fullest.

Michael C. Paculba, a CPU Elementary and High School alumnus, won the top spot in the search for Mr. Iloilo Bodybuilding and Physique Competition 2016 (Champion: Physique Tall Category) held at Robinson’s Place Iloilo December 2, 2016. Michael, who is currently at Fitness Instructor at Richmonde Hotel Iloilo, has always been a gym enthusiast encouraging fellow Ilonggos to attain healthy living through exercise and diet.

Mike (Center) during the awarding of Mr. Iloilo 2016 at Robinson´s Place Iloilo.

The Prodigy of Optimism

A Centralian Story of Excellence by Keziah G. Huelar

Riego with TOSP founder, Jose Concepcion, Dr. Margen Java, Director of CPU SDP, Engr. Aries Roda Romallosa, Department Chair of the Agricultural Engineering Department, his mother Mary Jane (beside him) and his sister Marie (beside Engr. Romallosa). Photo credits Engr. Aries Roda Romallosa

The day was dim as swollen hearts awaken to find their homes ripped apart, their flora ravished and their loved ones gone – Typhoon Yolanda was unforgiving. Nothing but stories of loss and pain were left to the people of Brgy. Pulo-Piña, Concepcion.

Riego Garcia Ferrer, stands along the shorelines of his hometown, his heart grappled with grief. He understands more than ever that hope does not dwell on sunshine; rather it pierces the storm and becomes stronger when it is needed the most. The paradox of optimism is that: its most beautiful form cannot be found in comfort but rather in tides of trials.

Growing up in a small town did stop Riego from dreaming big. He graduated as class valedictorian in Pulo-Piña Elementary School and as class salutatorian from Pulo-Piña National High School. “My mom, as a teacher taught me the value of education. It is a great equalizer and it can be used to help others. My experiences in life taught me that poverty can be defeated by striving hard, that you have to know when to give back and you always have to be true to yourself.”

Riego’s love for education made him persevere. He was willing to do what he can and what he must to continue his studies. “During high school, I would make yemas and other delicacies so that I can have money to go to school. I would request some bangka drivers if they could buy me some ice candy from the main Concepcion island so that I could sell them to my classmates for extra income.”

Being the 4th of eight children with his mother as a kindergarten teacher and his father as a fisherman, college education seemed impossible for Riego. “My mother had to go abroad for a while to provide for our family. Knowing our circumstance, I know I could never go to college.  But I never lost my optimism. I know that God was working out His purpose in me even when it felt that there was nothing to look forward to.”

A CHED officer visited to his hometown and Riego’s mother was able to get him a scholarship. The officer saw Riego’s potential and encouraged him to pursue an Agriculture related course. “I originally wanted to be an electrical engineer but heeding the advice of the CHED officer, I took up Agricultural Engineering at CPU, where my sister also studies.”

He eventually learned to love Agricultural Engineering and he found a new passion in protecting the environment. “My course opened my eyes to the reality and the plight of our farmers, there are so many concerns regarding agriculture that needs to be addressed. I feel that my eyes had been opened to the need of the community – I had to respond.”

Riego pioneered Concepcion Centralians, an organization that partnered with the LGU to implement projects that promote environmental sustainability. Perhaps his greatest contribution to the municipality was the passage of two ordinances he authored. He wrote two ordinances; the first aimed to strengthen the participation in the Disaster Risk Reduction Management of the municipality, the other ordinance mandated high school and college students of the municipal schools in Concepcion and NIPSC to plant one mangrove tree as a requirement for graduation. “During my stay in the College of Agriculture, we had an educational tour in Bayawan City, Negros, there we saw alternative ways of segregating waste, recycling and reusing biomass. The tour really made me realize that there is so much that we can do for the environment and one way of making the impact last is to involve the LGUs through an ordinance.”

It was in CPU that Riego’s potential in leadership developed at its peak. He became CPU Republic Senator and eventually Prime Minister in his fourth year in college. “I come from a very small college and it was an honor to represent CARES in the university scene. I remember campaigning by myself around the campus – I was really determined to be a leader and share my ideas for the upliftment of CPU.”

Riego’s leadership in CPU and in the community was recognized as he became an Ayala Young Leader representing CPU in the AYL Congress at Lima Park Hotel in Batangas. There he met fellow passionate leaders who are also making an impact in their respective communities.

After graduation, Riego further brought pride to the Centralian Community by being awarded as one of the Top Ten Outstanding Students of Philippines on February 9, 2017 at the Heroes Hall of Malcañang Palace, Manila.

Despite the many accomplishments he received, Riego counts his faith in God as the strongest foundation of his success. “I remember sleeping with rainwater passing through the holes of our roof and I was just crying, asking God to give me the strength to persevere to change my circumstance and help me and my family. My accomplishments are because of the optimism He gave me, because of His word that He always works for the good of those who love Him.”

Remembering EDSA

By: Cyrus A. Natividad

A couple of years after my student days in CPU, I found myself conforming to the lifestyle of a metropolis.  I survived the training period with an industry that later allowed me to go to many places, meet many people and circumstances in Metro Manila. My daily grind as a salesman then consisted of waking up at Four A.M., one hour of walking, running or going to the gym. I prefer walking, while our residence was just near the highway.

The highway that I travelled most during my stint is the Epifaño de los Santos Avenue (a.k.a. EDSA) which has become a by-word for democracy. Later on, when we had the first People Power revolution in EDSA in 1986, everyone has to walk from home or places of work around Metro Manila. I still cherish the experience of being there and taking part in the making of history.
The EDSA People Power (popularly known worldwide as a bloodless revolution) was a result of the long overdue struggle for freedom of the Filipino people; a bubble that burst after more than a decade of suppressed freedom of expression, of rights and privileges in society.

The death of Ninoy Aquino started the campaign for civil disobedience and sustained anti-government demonstration. Then the youth had a lingering question in their minds: What will happen to us – to our future if this government is not changed? Generally people had fears ever since the State of Martial Law was declared. But the youth of that time pursued the answers to the question that they posed themselves. This resulted to the toppling down of the Marcos dictatorship.

We look back to the EDSA People Power of 1986 so that we are reminded that government emanates from the people; and democracy is reliant upon the will of the people.

I revisited EDSA a few years ago during its anniversary celebration. More of the same were recalled, spoken, and committed. I was drifting on the memory of the people power revolution when familiar faces showed up. Centralians! They’re the cream of the crop of the old CPU Republic among those who dreamed and worked for social change. Long before the EDSA Revolution, we have a student group that meet on certain days- to discuss some ‘edible’ issues about our country and the government.

Contrary to what some people in the campus during that time thought about our group, and what we’ve been talking about; those were glorious moments when we sought wisdom from the Word of God to guide our confused minds on the political development unfolding in our country at that time.

I had coffee with my long lost friends along EDSA. We didn’t talk much or recall the events that led to the bloodless revolution, but of the Central that we love; the Central that trained us to be patient, resilient and forgiving. We may have had reservations, but certainly we believe that God is guiding us all along. We pray for our nation, we pray for the Filipino people. May God bless us all.

Let the games begin!

Western Visayas Private Schools Athletic Association (WVRISAA) Meet opening ceremony was held at Central Philippine University (host school) on Friday, February 24, at the Alumni Promenade and Concert Park. The event ended up on February 26, Sunday. WVPRISAA is an annual regional event exclusive to private schools of Region 6. Aklan, Capiz and Iloilo provinces participated in this year’s regional PRISAA. This year’s theme is “WVPRISAA: Adapting to changes…getting stronger through the years.”

Iloilo PRISAA Team

Selected athletes from different private schools of Region 6 showed off their forces with mottos and banners; chanting victory as the CPU Colors and ROTC Unit led them into the Alumni Promenade and Concert Park for the Opening Ceremony. The CPU Symphonic band played as spectators cheered at the incoming teams. These were winners, achievers, and experts in their chosen sports in their respective provinces. The Opening Ceremony started at exactly 3:30 PM. Rev. Cris Amorsolo V. Sian, Senior Pastor, CPU Church led the Invocation which was followed by the singing of the Philippine National Anthem conducted by Crista S. Huyong, Cultural Affairs Director.

Capiz PRISAA Team

Dr. Teodoro C. Robles, CPU President welcomed participants and guests. He acknowledged all provincial PRISAA organizations of Region 6 encouraging them to respect their fellow competitors. Rev. Joniel Howard H. Gico, President of WVPRISAA and CPU Vice President for Student Affairs led the raising of WVPRISAA banner with its Board of Directors. The provincial banners were raised by representatives of APRISAA, CAPRISA AND ILOPRISAA. A dance number was presented by the CPU High School Dance Sports (Champion, ILOPRISAA 2016).

Aklan PRISAA Team

Dr. Christy B. Laurente, in behalf of CHED Region-6 Director, Dr. Cesar H. Medina, CESO V delivered her Inspirational Message to participants and guests. Laurente stressed the importance of sports given by the schools to students; developing skills, mindsets and values in them. Furthermore, she gave the participants ideas on how to deal with competition, how to accept losing and winning – providing the students a source of belongingness and bringing people together for camaraderie. National PRISAA Gold Medalist and Philippine National Poomsae Team Member, Alfie  A. Diasnes led the Oath of Amateurism.

Team WVPRISAA. CPU President Dr. Teodoro C. Robles and CPU sports Director Alejandro Somo look at the athletes from different PRISAA Delegations

A marching sound of trumpets and drums was heard, and a National PRISAA 2016 Gold Medalist passed the symbolic Olympic torch to another champion…and the Sacred Fire lighted the venue. West Visayas PRISAA President Rev. Gico formally declared the opening of the WVPRISAA Meet 2017. Let the games begin! /by Cyrus A. Natividad.

CPU Symphonic Band

BTAP Inc. Western Visayas holds Annual Regional BIOTA Convention and Scientific Sessions

By: Stella G. Fernadez and Nicolas G. Guanzon

The Biology Teachers Association of the Philippines Incorporated Western Visayas recently hold the 17th Annual Regional BIOTA Convention and Scientific Sessions last February 16-17, 2017 with a theme: “Keeping Abreast with K-12” at Sarabia Manor Hotel and Convention Center.

Dr. Stella G. Fernandez, chair of the Life Sciences Department was one of the research presenters. She presented her research paper on the Laboratory Technology and Student’s Achievement in Zoology. The convention was participated by different secondary and tertiary science (Biology) teachers from various private and public academic institutions in Western Visayas.

The BIOTA also facilitated the Regional Quiz Bowl, and Research Paper Competition for both secondary and tertiary levels on February 17-18, respectively. The CPU BS Biology students participated in the 13th Regional Research Competition on February 18, 2017 at Iloilo Doctors College. Ms. Genebel Mae Gersabalino, a fourth year BS Biology student won 3rd place in oral research competition (Individual category). She presented her research paper on “Echinoderms Diversity of Sinapsapan, Jordan, Guimaras. Ms. Ma. Christine Gambito also a fourth year BS Biology student won 1st place in the Poster Exhibit Competition. Her research poster was on “Glucosamine Content of Fresh and Cooked Exoskeletons of Flower Crab (Portunus pelagicus Linn.) and White Shrimp (Penaeus indicus Linn.) Other BS Biology students who participated in three days activities were: Everly Kay Contador, May Felijane Jacobe, and Joshua Amable. Joriz Lanz Cometa and Jessa Padasas  (BS Bio students) and Ian Clark Tamonan and Maebir Gemanga ( BSEd- Sci students ) joined the 12th Regional Biology Quiz Bowl. They ranked 6th and 7th places respectively, out of 15 competing teams.

Dr. Nicolas G. Guanzon Jr., was one of the judges for the poster category in both tertiary and secondary levels. Prof. Ernesto Elefan, Dr. Stella G. Fernandez and Dr. Nicolas G. Guanzon, Jr. were the advisers of the student research papers.


CPU Golden Lions win big in WVPRISAA 2017

The just concluded Western Visayas PRISAA Meet held at Iloilo City last February 24-26, 2017 resulted to 11 championships out of 12 events composed of CPU athletes and coaches. In events were CPU athletes were picked up by other Iloilo  PRISAA schools, it resulted to 8 championships out of 9 events.

On to Iba, Zambales for the National PRISAA! CPU Table Tennis Women’s Team with Coach Rev. F. Neil G. Jalando-on show their certificates after winning the regional PRISAA championship at the Student Center, Central Philippine University.

The following are the official results submitted by CPU Director for Sports, Atty. Alejandro Somo and Mr. Gibbs Caluba:


Name:                                                 Course/Year: Individual:                  Team:

  1. DEOCAMPO, Nazario                           BSIT 2                        1 Gold                                    Champion
  2. UNTAL, Mark Anthony                          BSA 2                         1 Gold                                    Champion

Name:                                                 Course/Year: Individual:                  Team:

  1. BACOS, Angelu                                   BSBAMM 3               1 Silver                       1st Runner Up
  2. VALENCIA, Celeste Marie                   BSN 2                        1 Silver                       1st Runner Up

Mikhail Noel G. Nacisvalencia
Head Coach

Name:                                                 Course/Year: Results:

  1. FERRANCULLO, Uzzihee Gyle         BSPkge 2                  Champion
  2. LAGUA, Dave Keith L.                   BSED X 2                   Champion
  3. PAGAYON, Elleo John P.                BSEE 2                      Champion
  4. PAGMANOJA, Japhet A.                 BSBAMM 4                 Champion

Name:                                                 Course/Year: Results:

  1. ZAUDE, Junelene A.                     BST 3                         Champion

Ronel C. Ballesteros
Head Coach

Mark Jossel S. Mariano
Asst. Coach

Name:                                                 Course/Year: Individual:                  Team:

  1. GAITAN, Darwin D.                           BSIT 3                        Gold Medalist            Champion
  2. QUERUBIN, Julian Paul V.                 BSME                         Gold Medalist            Champion

Ronel C. Ballesteros
Head Coach

Mark Jossel S. Mariano
Asst. Coach

Name:                                                 Course/Year: Individual:                  Team:

  1. SINORO, Krizzle S.                               BSPhar 3                   Gold Medalist            Champion

Name:                                     Course/Year: Results:

  1. CARTAMA, Norberto D. Jr.       BSEE 5                      Champion

Rev. Francis Neil G. Jalando-on
Head Coach

Name:                                                       Course/Year: Results:

  1. ALEJADO, Hannah                         BSE                         Champion
  2. ANECITA, Sharmaine M.               BSED Eng 2              Champion
  3. GALLEGO, Reyna Rose L.             BSED X 4                  Champion
  4. SOLOCASA, Kimberly S.               BEED 2                     Champion


Alan J. Diasnes
Head Coach

Christer John Gersanib
Asst. Coach

Name:                                                 Course/Year: Individual:                  Team:

  1. ALCARDE, Ian Gabriel B.                    BSIT 2                       Gold Medalist            Champion
  2. DIASNES, Alfie A.                              BSED 2                      Gold Medalist            Champion
  3. SIMPAS, Jim Marshall R.                     BSCS 3                      Gold Medalist            Champion


Alan J. Diasnes
Head Coach

Christer John Gersanib
Asst. Coach

Name:                                                 Course/Year: Individual:                  Team:

  1. ARQUIOLA, Jamela P.                     BSBABM 3                Gold Medalist            Champion
  2. HORMIGOSO, Quinn Pauline O.       BSBAFM 3                 Gold Medalist            Champion
  3. MALLORCA, RJ Bless Joy C.             BSBAFM 3                Gold Medalist            Champion
  4. VIDALLON, Cara Nicole G.               BSBABM 2                Gold Medalist            Champion

Name:                                                 Course/Year: Team:

  1. GUMBAN, Joshua Philippe B.                        ABPol 4                     Champion


Keith Dune R. Gallos
Head Coach
Name:                                                       Course/Year:             Results:

  1. ALMERIA, Alex F.                         DipT-S-4                                Champion
  2. BALDISIMO, John Dexter A.          BSCS 3                                  Champion
  3. CORDERO, Christian Dior P.           BSAd 2                                  Champion
  4. EUGALCA, Jayson A.                     BSBABM 3                            Champion
  5. FADULLA, Jordan M.                      BSBABM 3                            Champion
  6. GANGOSO, RV T.                         BSBABM 3                            Champion
  7. GALIA, Jay-ar B.                          BSED X 3                              Champion
  8. PADIOS, Hubert John M.                BSED X 3                              Champion
  9. SOLTONES, John Christian B.         BSBABM 2                            Champion

Name:                                                 Course/Year: Results:

  1. AMPARADO, Deo D.                            BSED X 3                  Champion

Anthony A. Arnilla
Head Coach

Kenny John P. Amar
Asst. Coach

Name:                                                 Course/Year: Results:

  1. AMBROCIO, Shyrel F.                       BSBABM 3                Champion
  2. CELIZ, Helene Guia S.                      BST 4                         Champion
  3. GONZALES, Nestlie D.                      BSHRM 4                  Champion
  4. LEDESMA, Glezel Anne B.                 BSBABM 1                Champion
  5. PUYO, Dessa Mae S.                        BSBABM 3                Champion
  6. ROBLES, Julie Ann N.                       BSBABM 3                Champion
  7. SERRANO, Riza Mae S.                    BSBABM 3                Champion
  8. TORRES, Joilina O.                          BSHRM 2                  Champion
  9. TRONCOSO, Glaudine C.                  BSBABM 3                Champion

Nathan John P. Villar
Head Coach

Lester Jan Cayabyab
Asst. Coach

Name:                                                 Year:               Individual:                  Team:

  1. BALOGO, Ailter John                       G 10                1 Gold, 2 Bronze         1st Runner Up
  2. BELANDRES, Leomar                       G 9                  2 Bronze                    1st Runner Up
  3. CABALLERO, Marc Lhester B.           G 8                  1 Bronze                    1st Runner Up
  4. DEMOTAÑO, Dan Angelo                  G 10                1 Gold                        1st Runner Up
  5. GUARIZO, Darwin Aaron P.              G 8                  1 Bronze                    1st Runner Up
  6. LANDERO, Frank Emmanuel H.         G 8                  1 Bronze                    1st Runner Up
  7. PARAHINOG, Ruwel Allyster H.         G 9                  1 Silver                      1st Runner Up
  8. PUEBLO, Dexter Patrick M.               G 7                  1 Gold                        1st Runner U
  9. REGLA, Darvin Paul M.                     G 11                2 Bronze                    1st Runner Up
  10. MABUNAY, Chestair                         G 10                1 Gold, 2 Silver           1st Runner Up

Name:                                                 Year:               Individual:                  Team:

  1. BALLE, Janfe Marie                          G 10                2 Bronze                    Champion
  2. GETONES, Lorene Marie                   G 10                2 Bronze                      Champion
  3. PACARDO, Juvy B.                           G 10                1 Silver                       Champion

Name:                                                 Year:               Individual:                  Team:

  1. JARA, Marc Spencer B.                        G 9                  6 Golds                      Champion

Alan J. Diasnes
Head Coach

Christer John Gersanib
Asst. Coach

Name:                                                 Year:               Individual:                  Team:

  1. GANCERO, Clarence Jotham F.       G 10                Gold Medalist            Champion
  2. HORLADOR, Adriano III D.             G 10                Gold Medalist            Champion
  3. RECABAR, Jieben Lark A.               G 10                Gold Medalist            Champion
  4. REMEGIO, Carl Jason D.                 G 11                Gold Medalist            Champion
  5. SALARDA, Ramil C.                        G 11                Gold Medalist            Champion

Alan J. Diasnes
Head Coach

Christer John Gersanib
Asst. Coach

Name:                                                 Year:               Individual:                  Team:

  1. DINERO, Czarylle Faye Edwardine M.   G 10                Gold Medalist            Champion
  2. DIASNES, Cindy Joy J.                       G 8                  Gold Medalist            Champion
  3. LISAO, Pearl Dyne P.                         G 10                Gold Medalist            Champion
  4. SALARDA, Marielle C.                         G 9                  Gold Medalist            Champion

Jeffrey G. Alcarde
Head Coach

Kenny John P. Amar
Asst. Coach
Name:                                                 Year:                           Results

  1. AMUAN, Armel B.                           G 9                              Champion
  2. DEDOROY, John Emmanuel G.         G 8                              Champion
  3. DORONILLA, Paolo Gabriel T.          G 10                            Champion
  4. ESPINOSA, Francis Michael D.         G 11                            Champion
  5. JANOLINO, Dan Pretz                     G 8                              Champion
  6. LEYSA, Marwell                              G 9                              Champion
  7. SAN JOSE, Jhon Louie S.                G 7                              Champion
  8. SAY, Remton Angelo E.                  G 11                            Champion
  9. SEDUCO, Francis C.                       G 9                              Champion
  10. SORGON, Louie Jan B.                   G 10                            Champion

Jeffrey G. Alcarde
Head Coach

Alain G. Tarrazona
Asst. Coach
Name:                                                 Year:                           Results

  1. CELIZ, Addrianne S.                     G 10                         Champion
  2. DENURA, Pearl An T.                    G 10                          Champion
  3. DESTAO, Bea                              G 7                            Champion
  4. GUEVARRA, Eunice H.                  G 10                          Champion
  5. HIPONIA, Marielle G.                    G 11                          Champion
  6. IDEAL, Daniella Christie A.            G 9                            Champion
  7. JARUDA, Yssa Maxine E.               G 7                            Champion
  8. LABADIA, Kristine Lyka G.            G 10                           Champion
  9. PERUALILA, Janine G.                   G 11                           Champion
  10. PIOSCA, Euna Gene D.                 G 10                           Champion
  11. SUSBILLA, Cris Ann S.                  G 8                            Champion