TomasinoWeb logo
TomasinoWeb logo

Thursday, February 29, 2024

UST settles for fourth after loss to top seed Adamson

1 min readWith the loss, UST duplicated its standing from last season, then also losing to the Baby Falcons.
Profile picture of Rob Andrew Dongiapon

Published 29 days ago on January 31, 2024

by Rob Andrew Dongiapon

SHARE

Main image of the post

Photo by Neiro Villaescusa/TomasinoWeb

SHARE

The UST Tiger Cubs yielded to the top seeded Adamson Baby Falcons, 80-66, to settle for a fourth-place finish in the UAAP Season 86 boys basketball tournament on Jan. 31, at the FilOil EcoOil Centre.

The Tiger Cubs dominated from start to finish, leading by as big as 19 points. Adamson also scored 26 points off UST’s 20 turnovers in the game.

The Baby Falcons dominated inside, scoring the Tiger Cubs, 40-22 in points in the paint.

With the loss, UST duplicated its standing from last season, then also losing to the Baby Falcons.

Wacky Ludovice led the Tiger Cubs with 19 points on 7-for-11 shooting off the bench, while Andrei Dungo added 17 points, albeit on an underwhelming 3-for-11 clip.

As a team, the Tiger Cubs shot 21-for-56 (37.5%).

The Tiger Cubs finished the eliminations with an 8-6 record. Season 86 was the Tiger Cubs' first season under Manu Inigo

Dungo, Sam Reyes, Brix Versoza, and JB Lim are among the graduating students for the Tiger Cubs.

UST never recovered from a 12-3 Adamson run in the second quarter.

The Baby Falcons then exacted another 11-3 burst to build their biggest lead of 19 in the third quarter.

Adamson advanced to the finals for the second straight year.

Vince Reyes led the Baby Falcons with 23 points and 11 rebounds.

Tiger Cubs

UAAP

Andrei Dungo

Profile picture of Rob Andrew Dongiapon

Rob Andrew Dongiapon

Sports Editor

Rob Andrew L. Dongiapon is a Sports Editor at TomasinoWeb. He is an avid fan of sports and competition. He also finds great entertainment in combat sports, He continues to strive to make this love of sports pay his future bills. Aside from studying journalism, he writes for Thunderous Intentions where he displays his unhealthy love of the Oklahoma City Thunder. When he is not writing, he probably is watching YouTube videos of how to take over the world.

Comments

Loading comments...

Leave a Comment

*

*

(will not be displayed)

*