Handled by coach Rensy Bajar and managed by former Sen. Nikki Coseteng, the Blue Dragons settled for runner-up honors.
“It was a good game. The boys played very hard and kept their composure even against playing the more-experiemced Falcons in the championship match,” said Bajar.
“Overall, I’m satisfied with the performance of our team,” added Bajar. “I am very proud of what the boys have shown. They really gave their hearts out and made the school proud.”
Added Bajar: “It was a good experience for us, especially playing against a strong UAAP team like Adamson. It was also a good experience for me as coach to have a game against multi-titled collegiate coach Franz Pumaren.”
Bajar also lauded the efforts of his young Senegalese import Alex Diakhite and Congolese Youssout Mbiya.
Bajar said the Blue Dragons will put to good use “this experience in our future tournaments, like UCBL and NAASCU.”
The former PBA star-turned-coach also revealed plans of Diliman College to apply in the PBA D-League next year.
The Diliman College ended up 1st runner up on their recently ended league, Fr. Martin’s Cup. For more information about their game, click the link.
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