UPHSDUniversity of Perpetual Help System DALTA (Philippines)
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"UPHSD coach Frankie Lim is back with the Altas after missing the game against the EAC Generals last Tuesday as he was on leave.
While Lim did not comment on what really transpired, there were talks that the reason behind the incident was UPHSD's embarrassing 56-102 to defending champion San Beda Friday.
This may have led UPHSD to send Lim on an indefinite leave.
Edgar Charcos and Ben Adamos tallied 10 apiece for UPHSD, who lost for the first time in the league.
"We congratulate the whole team and the whole of UPHSD community is proud of the accomplishments'> said NCAA Policy Board Chair and UPHSSD president Anthony Tamayo in an interview.
The Perpetual Altas Track and Field Team of Mer Anthony Tamayo, UPHSD President and Policy Board Chairman together with Head Coach Trece Academia celebrate as they capture their first-ever National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Season 94 Track and Field Championship crown at the Vermosa Sports Hub in Pasong Buaya, Imus City last March 14, 2019 (Photo by Dennis Abrina)
Games Tuesday(Flying V Centre, San Juan) 12 noon JRU vs UPHSD 2 p.m.
UPHSD 83 - Eze 25, Charcos 20, Coronel 11, Aurin 10, Jimenez 8, Peralta 7, Magalino 2, Cuevas 0, Pasia 0.
"It was a total team effort and the players showed character," said UPHSD coach Frankie Lim.
NCAA Season 94 coaches (from left) Vic Lazaro (assistant coach) of Jose Rizal University (JRU); Topex Robinson of Lyceum of the Philippines University (LPU); TY Tang of College of Saint Benilde (CSB); Jeff Napa of Colegio de San Juan de Letran (CSJL); Jerry Codinera of Arellano University; Frankie Lim of University of Perpetual Help System DALTA (UPHSD); Egay Macaraya of San Sebastian College - Recoletos (SSCR); Boyet Fernandez of San Beda University (SBU); Atoy Co of Mapua University (MU); and Ariel Sison of Emilio Aguinaldo College (MB photo | Rio Leonelle Deluvio)
"We'll be back next year," said UPHSD mentor Ruf Rosario.
UPHSD gave it all last year and nearly pulled it off before winding up a close second with 226 points, or merely 6.