2011 Philippine Collegiate Championship

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2011 Philippine Collegiate Championship

Men's Finals 1 2 Wins
SSC-R school colors San Sebastian Stags 51 73 1+1
Ateneo school colors Ateneo Blue Eagles 56 67 1
Duration December 12–15
Arena/s Filoil Flying V Arena
Finals MVP Ian Sangalang
Winning coach Topex Robinson
Semifinalists San Beda school colors San Beda Red Lions
UC's school colors UC Webmasters
TV network/s Studio 23
< Season 8 2011 Season 10 >

The 2011 Philippine Collegiate Championship will be the fourth Philippine Collegiate Championship for basketball in its current incarnation. The winner of this tournament will be crowned as the season's National Champions.

Format[edit]

The 2011 championship will feature a new format. The format ensures that the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) and National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) champions automatically qualify to a round robin Final Four, and the respective semifinalists in both leagues and the finalists in the Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation, Inc. (CESAFI) qualify for the main draw. Other teams would have to qualify through the regional championships. In the Final Four, the team with the best record will have a twice-to-beat advantage against the #2 team.

Regional championships[edit]

North/Central Luzon[edit]

Champion teams from Vigan, Pampanga, Pangasinan and Baguio will dispute one berth that will face one of the two winners in the Metro Manila regionals.

Metro Manila[edit]

Champion teams from the Inter-Scholastic Athletic Association (ISAA), National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (NAASCU), Universities and Colleges Athletic Association (UCAA), Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (UCLAAI) and the Men's National Collegiate Athletic Association (MNCAA), and non-playoff teams (5th and 6th) from the UAAP and NCAA will dispute two berths. One winner will face the North/Central Luzon champion while another will face the South Luzon/Bicol champion.

South Luzon/Bicol[edit]

Champion teams from the National Collegiate Athletic Association (Philippines) South, Quezon, Legazpi City, Sorsogon and Naga will dispute one berth that will face one of the two winners in the Metro Manila regionals.

Visayas[edit]

Champion teams from the Visayas will dispute one berth that will face the CESAFI runner-up in the main draw.

Mindanao[edit]

Champion teams from Mindanao will dispute one berth that will face the CESAFI champion in the main draw.

Qualifying[edit]

Automatic qualifiers[edit]

Team League Elim. round
finish
Playoff finish Qualified as
Ateneo school colors Ateneo Blue Eagles UAAP 1st (13–1) Defeated FEU in the finals UAAP champion
FEU school colors FEU Tamaraws UAAP 3rd (9–5) Defeated by Ateneo in the finals UAAP runner-up
Adamson school colors Adamson Falcons UAAP 2nd (10–4) Defeated by FEU in the semifinals UAAP third place
UST school colors UST Growling Tigers UAAP 4th (8–6) Defeated by Ateneo in the semifinals UAAP fourth place
San Beda school colors San Beda Red Lions NCAA 1st (16–2) Defeated San Sebastian in the finals NCAA champion
SSC-R school colors San Sebastian Stags NCAA 2nd (16–2) Defeated by San Beda in the finals NCAA runner-up
Letran school colors Letran Knights NCAA 3rd (14–4) Defeated by San Sebastian in the semifinals NCAA third place
JRU school colors JRU Heavy Bombers NCAA 4th (9–9) Defeated by San Beda in the semifinals NCAA fourth place
JRU's school colors UC Webmasters CESAFI 1st (10-2) Defeated SWU in the finals CESAFI champion
Mapua's school colors SWU Cobras CESAFI 2nd (9-3) Defeated by UC in the finals CESAFI runner-up

Regional qualifiers[edit]

Team League Elim. round
finish
Playoff finish Qualified as Regional tournament
UNP's school colors UNP Sharks Vigan 1st Champions Northern/Central Luzon champion North/Central Luzon
NU school colors NU Bulldogs UAAP 5th (6-8) DNQ Metro Manila Group A winner Metro Manila
La Salle school colors De La Salle Green Archers UAAP 6th (5-9) DNQ Metro Manila Group B winner Metro Manila
UB's school colors UB Brahmans NBOL 1st Champions Southern Luzon/Bicol champion South Luzon/Bicol
STI CDO's school colors STI-CDO Olympians COSAA 1st Champions Mindanao champion Mindanao
Lyceum's school colors AMA Ormoc Titans LUSCAA 1st Champions Visayas champion Visayas

Metro Manila[edit]

Games were held at the Filoil Flying V Arena, San Juan

Group A[edit]
Semifinals
November 8
Final
November 10
           
1 UM's school colors UM 78
4 TIP's school colors TIP 69
UM's school colors UM 74
NU school colors NU 103
3 NU school colors NU 84
2 Lyceum school colors Lyceum 75
Group B[edit]
Semifinals
November 9
Final
November 10
           
1 CEU's school colors CEU 68
4 Saint Francis's school colors Saint Francis 50
CEU's school colors CEU 51
La Salle school colors La Salle 79
3 Mapua school colors Mapúa 51
2 La Salle school colors La Salle 56

Northern/Central Luzon[edit]

Games were held at the University of Northern Philippines campus at Vigan.

Semifinals
November 7 & 11
Final
November 12
           
1 UNP's school colors UNP
4 LUCNAS
UNP's school colors UNP 95
U of Pangasinan's school colors U of Pangasinan 77
3 U of Pangasinan's school colors U of Pangasinan
2 U of the Cordilleras's school colors U of Cordilleras

Southern Luzon/Bicol[edit]

Games were held at the Naga Coliseum at Naga.

Semifinals
November 11
Final
November 13
 NU's school colors Ateneo de Naga  92  
 Lewis  44  
 
     NU's school colors Ateneo de Naga  74
   Mapua's school colors UB  81
Third place
November 13
 Amando Cope  66  Lewis  84
 Mapua's school colors UB  91    Amando Cope  110

Mindanao[edit]

Games were held at the Almendras Gym at Davao City

Semifinals
November 14
Final
November 16
 JRU's school colorsSTI-CDO  111  
 Ateneo's school colorsAteneo de Zamboanga  74  
 
     JRU's school colorsSTI-CDO  104
   Jose Maria College  98
Third place
November 16
 Jose Maria College  107  Ateneo's school colorsAteneo de Zamboanga  76
 Holy Trinity College  80    Holy Trinity College  110

Visayas[edit]

Games will be held at the Ormoc City Superdome at Ormoc from November 27 to 28.

Semifinals
November 27
Final
November 28
           
1 UI's school colors UI 80
4 ACSAT Dumaguete 61
UI's school colors UI 81
AMA Ormoc's school colors AMA Ormoc 89
3 WNU 69
2 Lyceum's school colors AMA Ormoc 71

Main draw[edit]

Luzon/Metro Manila bracket[edit]

Games were held at the Filoil Flying V Arena, San Juan, except for the regional final, which will be held at the Ormoc City Superdome, Ormoc.

First Round[edit]

November 19
Match A
UNP Sharks UNP's school colors 51–96 NU school colors NU Bulldogs
November 19
Match B
UB Brahmans U of Batangas's school colors 55–78 La Salle school colors De La Salle Green Archers

Second Round onwards[edit]

Second Round
November 21
Third Round
November 22
Regional Semifinals
November 24
Regional Final
November 30
 NU school colors NU 62  
 JRU school colors JRU 66      JRU school colors JRU 58  
          Adamson school colors Adamson 73  
            Adamson school colors Adamson 83  
            SSC-R school colors SSC-R 85*  
               
               
            SSC-R school colors SSC-R 83
 La Salle school colors La Salle 72        Letran school colors Letran 76
 UST school colors UST 67      La Salle school colors La Salle 61  
          Letran school colors Letran 66  
            Letran school colors Letran 73  
            FEU school colors FEU 64  
                    
                    
      

*Overtime

Southern Islands bracket[edit]

Games were held at the Ormoc City Superdome, Ormoc.

Regional Semifinals
November 29
Regional Final
November 30
           
1 AMA Ormoc's school colors AMA Ormoc 61
4 SWU's school colors SWU 90
SWU's school colors SWU 58
UC's school colors UC 63
3 STI-CDO's school colors STI-CDO 90
2 UC's school colors UC 99

Final Four[edit]

Games are set to be held at the Filoil Flying V Arena, San Juan.

Results[edit]

Team ADMU SBC SSC-R UC
Ateneo 76–63 69–70 100–53
San Beda 72–87 83–77
SSC-R 71–92
UC

      Win
      Win via OT
      Loss
      Loss via OT

  • Number of asterisks (*) denotes the number of overtime periods.

Battle for third[edit]

December 12
82–69 UC's school colors UC Webmasters

Finals[edit]

December 12
51–56 Ateneo school colors Ateneo Blue Eagles
December 15
73–67 Ateneo school colors Ateneo Blue Eagles
San Sebastian wins series in two games

UAAP-NCAA Juniors Dual Meet[edit]

This tournament is for the benefit of Kapit Bisig Para sa Pasig, a project of the ABS-CBN Foundation. The runner-ups of the NCAA and UAAP will battle for the third spot while the champion of each league will battle for the top spot.

Battle for third[edit]

December 8
85–77 CSB school colors La Salle Greenies

Championship[edit]

December 9
76–92 San Beda school colors San Beda Red Cubs

Awards[edit]

The awardees are:

  • Most Valuable Player: Ian Sangalang (San Sebastian)
  • Mythical Five:
  • Best Coach: Topex Robinson (San Sebastian)

Final Rankings[edit]

Rank Team
1 SSC-R school colors San Sebastian Stags
2 Ateneo school colors Ateneo Blue Eagles
3 San Beda school colors San Beda Red Lions
4 JRU's school colors UC Webmasters
5 Letran school colors Letran Knights
6 Mapua's school colors SWU Cobras
7 Adamson school colors Adamson Falcons
8 FEU school colors FEU Tamaraws
9 JRU school colors JRU Heavy Bombers
10 La Salle school colors De La Salle Green Archers
11 UST school colors UST Growling Tigers
12 NU school colors NU Bulldogs
13 Lyceum's school colors AMA Ormoc Titans
14 STI CDO's school colors STI-CDO Olympians
15 UB's school colors UB Brahmans
16 UNP's school colors UNP Sharks

External links[edit]

Preceded by
2010
Philippine Collegiate Championship
2011
Succeeded by
2012