FEU Baby Tamaraws

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FEU-Diliman Baby Tamaraws
Far Eastern University - Diliman
FEU Baby Tamaraws logo
League UAAP
Joined 1938
Location Nicanor Reyes, Manila (Srs.)
Diliman, Quezon City (Jrs.)
Team colors FEU colors.svg Green and gold
Women's team Lady Tamaraws
Juniors' general championships
UAAP: none

The FEU-Diliman Baby Tamaraws is the varsity team of Far Eastern University – Nicanor Reyes Educational Foundation in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP), together with the Far Eastern University senior teams, the FEU Tamaraws and the FEU Lady Tamaraws.

Championship Tally[edit]

The team participates in seven out of nine events in the UAAP Junior's Division (as of UAAP Season 69), including total number of championships won (in the UAAP) junior (boys and girls) championships combined (if applicable).

1st semester events Total 2nd semester events Total
Basketball Basketball tournament 2 Football Football tournament 2
Chess Chess tournament 2 Track and field Track and Field tournament 0
Table tennis Table Tennis tournament 0 Volleyball Volleyball tournament 0
Taekwondo Taekwondo tournament 0

The FEU-Diliman Baby Tamaraws has 1 Junior title in the Junior's Division in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines since the transfer from the Far Eastern University campus in Manila and establishment of FEU-Diliman in Diliman, Quezon City in 1994. Before the transfer, the FEU Junior team won the 1987 UAAP Juniors' Basketball Championship

School Total
UST colors.svg University of Santo Tomas High School 10
Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo de Manila High School 2
San Beda colors.svg University of the East Secondary Laboratory School 1
Adamson colors.svg Adamson University High School 0
La Salle colors.svg De La Salle-Santiago Zobel School 0
FEU colors.svg Far Eastern University - Diliman 1
NU colors.svg Nazareth School of National University 0
UP colors.svg University of the Philippines Integrated School 0

See UAAP Overall Championship

The Tamaraw and Team colors[edit]

Green and Gold, the colors of the FEU Charging Tamaraws

The Tamaraw is the mascot of every FEU athletic team, hence, is the pet name of every FEU student (Tams). Known scientifically as “Bubalus mindorensis”, it is a rare animal found only in the island of Mindoro. The Tamaraw is one of the most intelligent, pugnacious, and aggressive of Philippine animal species.[1] The University colors are green and gold. Gold represents the golden opportunity for the University to serve the youth and for her alumni to serve the country. Green is for hope, representing the founder’s "fair hope of the fatherland."

Ranking[edit]

The following UAAP events are participated in by FEU-Diliman. These events are the seasons wherein the UAAP had eight participating universities, which is based on latest event formats implemented on each particular event until the current season:

Season BOYS' GIRLS'
Basketball Volleyball Swimming Chess Table tennis Football Taekwondo Track and field Judo Volleyball Swimming
50th 1st - - - - - - - - - -
59th 8th - - 7th - - - - - - -
68th 4th - - - - - - - - - -
69th 2nd - - 6th - 5th 5th - - - -
70th 3rd - - 6th - 3rd 4th 4th - - -
71st 2nd - - 4th - 3rd 4th 4th - - -
72nd 4th - -  ? -  ? 2nd  ? - - -
73rd 5th - - 1st - 1st 3rd - - -
74th 2nd
75th 1st 1st 1st 3rd

Basketball[edit]

Pre - UAAP Season 76 (A.Y. 2013–14) Team Rosters[edit]

The Baby Tamaraws Basketball Team Roster

No. Name Position Height Weight Play Yr. High School
4 Carl John S. Lumba F Holy Angel University
5 David Completo F
6 Marvin Lee G
7 Wendelino Comboy G
8 John Sergio T. Domingo G
9 Rob Aquino G
10 John Jose T. Domingo G
11 Brandrey Bienes C
12 Calvin Nico Cano F
14 Arthur Harrow F
15 Scottie Tabudio F
16 Christian Fajarito F
17 Kenneth Ardiente C
18 Ivan Pineda G
19 Richard D. Escoto F
20 Adriyan Rowen S. Rumbaoa F
21 Jasper Longalong F
22 Daniel John R. Paglinawan G
24 Jerome Dometita G

Coaching Staff[edit]

  • Head Coach: Michael Oliver
  • Assistant Coaches:
    • Ronald Magtulis
    • Allan Albano
    • Richard Delarosa
    • Carlo Manso

Notable Baby Tamaraw Alumni[edit]

Jhonny Abarrientos PBA's 25 Greatest Players of All-Time, PBA Most Valuable Player.
Raymond Valenzona Coach of the 4-Peat San Sebastian Staglets
Dioko Diaz TV Actor.
Mark Lopez playing for the UP Fighting Maroons, RP-Youth National Team member.
JR Cawaling playing for the FEU Tamaraws, Rookie of the Year Men's Basketball Tournament - UAAP Season 70
Elyzar "Jolas" Paguia a housemate from Pinoy Big Brother: Teen Edition Plus. Currently playing for EAC Generals
Rhapael Mangahas 2005 UAAP Juniors Rookie of the Year
Terrence Romeo UAAP Season 72 Juniors MVP (37.1ppg 4.1apg 4.0spg). UAAP Season 76 Seniors MVP (22.2ppg 3.9apg 1.75spg). Scored UAAP Juniors Record 83pts (35 in the 3rd quarter).
Cris Michael Tolomia playing for the FEU Tamaraws, RP-Youth U-18 National Team member.
Russel Escoto playing for the FEU Tamaraws, RP-Youth U-18 National Team member.
Jonathan Banal playing for the Mapua Cardinals in the NCAA.
Shane Ko playing for the Lyceum Pirates in the NCAA.
RJ Argamino playing for the CSB Blazers in the NCAA.
Anthony Paulino playing for the UPHSD Altas in the NCAA.
Ian Sangalang playing for the SSC-R Stags in the NCAA, NCAA Most Valuable Player.
Dexter Maiquez playing for the SSC-R Stags in the NCAA.
Jens Knuttel played for the FEU Tamaraws in the UAAP.
Socrates Rivera played for the UP Fighting Maroons in the UAAP.
Dexter Rosales played for the UP Fighting Maroons in the UAAP.
Russel Yaya playing for the EAC Generals in the NCAA.
Gideon Flores playing for the FEU Tamaraws in the UAAP.
Niko Garano 2 time UAAP Juniors Most Valuable Player.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The FEU Advocate - University Profile