Kiefer Ravena

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Kiefer Ravena
No. 15 – Ateneo Blue Eagles
Position Guard
League UAAP
Personal information
Born (1993-10-27) October 27, 1993 (age 21)
Iloilo City, Philippines
Nationality Philippines Filipino
Listed height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Listed weight 195 lb (88 kg)
Career information
High school Ateneo de Manila High School
College Ateneo de Manila University
Career history
Ateneo Blue Eaglets (2007-2011)
RP Youth U-16 Energen (2009)
RP Youth U-18 (2010)
Sinag Pilipinas (2011, 2013)
Ateneo Blue Eagles (2011-present)
Career highlights and awards
Kiefer Ravena
Medal record
Men's Basketball
Filoil Flying V Pre-Season Cup
Gold 2011 FilOil Flying V Pre-Season Cup ADMU
Bronze 2012 FilOil Flying V Pre-Season Cup ADMU
Unigames
Silver 2012 Unigames ADMU
Bronze 2013 Unigames ADMU
Gold 2014 Unigames ADMU
Philippine Collegiate Champions League
Silver 2011 PCCL ADMU
Silver 2012 PCCL ADMU
University Athletic Association of the Philippines
Gold UAAP Season 71 ADMU
Gold UAAP Season 72 ADMU
Gold UAAP Season 73 ADMU
Gold UAAP Season 74 ADMU
Gold UAAP Season 75 ADMU

Kiefer Isaac Crisologo Ravena (born October 27, 1993), more popularly known as Kiefer Ravena or simply Kief by his colleagues and teammates, is a Filipino amateur basketball player from the Philippines. He is currently playing college basketball for the Ateneo Blue Eagles team in the UAAP where he is playing both guard positions.

Biography and family[edit]

Kiefer Ravena was born on October 27, 1993 in Iloilo. Ravena's father, Bong Ravena played for the University of the East varsity basketball team, the UE Red Warriors and was the 1992 PBA Rookie of the year, and his mother, Mozzy Pascual Crisologo-Ravena, was a volleyball player for the UST Golden Tigresses. He is the eldest of three siblings. His younger brother Thirdy is also a basketball player currently playing for the Ateneo Blue Eagles and his younger sister Dani is currently a volleyball player playing for the Miriam College Knollers.[1] He is currently taking up a Bachelor of Science in Communications Technology Management at the Ateneo de Manila University.[2][1]

Career[edit]

Basketball Career[edit]

Ateneo Blue Eagles[edit]

Ravena attended the Ateneo de Manila High School and was included on the Ateneo Blue Eagles team in the UAAP juniors division. He was the first person to play on Team A of the Ateneo Blue Eaglets during his freshman year.[3] He led the Blue Eaglets to 3 consecutive championships during his last 3 years with the team, against the FEU Tamaraws during season 71,[4] the DLSZ Junior Archers in season 72,[5] and the UST Growling Tigers during season 73.[6] While he was still eligible for the juniors level he won 2 consecutive Finals MVP awards[7][8] and was part of the Juniors Mythical Team for 2 consecutive years.[9]

Ateneo Blue Eagles[edit]

Soon after the 73rd season of the UAAP ended, many schools wanted Ravena to play for their Seniors basketball team but he decided to stay with Ateneo and play on their seniors men's basketball team, the Ateneo Blue Eagles.[10]

Rookie year[edit]

During his rookie year with the Blue Eagles, Ravena won the UAAP Rookie of the Year Award, with this he became the fourth Atenean to win the award after Enrico Villanueva (1998), Jai Reyes (2005) and Ryan Buenafe (2008), he was also part of the Mythical Team.[11] On his second game as a Blue Eagle, Ravena scored his then-UAAP seniors career best of 24 points (22 in the first half alone) to go along with 10 rebounds and 5 steals in a win against their archnemesis, DLSU Green Archers.[12] In addition, the team won their fourth consecutive UAAP basketball title at the expense of the FEU Tamaraws.[13] He finished his UAAP rookie season averaging 13.0 PPG, 4.1 RPG, 3.2 APG, 1.4 SPG and 0.1 BPG.[14]

On the 2011 PCCL they failed to defend their title and managed to end up as the runners-up to the San Sebastian Stags.[15][16]

Sophomore Year[edit]

In the 75th season of the UAAP, Ravena averaged 16.0 PPG, 5.4 RPG, 3.4 APG, 1.0 SPG, 2.1 TPG and 0.2 BPG in 30.4 minutes of action; this resulted in an 8th place standing in the MVP statistical race.[17] In a match against the DLSU Green Archers during the Final Four, Ravena had his then-UAAP seniors career best with 28 points (16 in the payoff period) to go along with 12 rebounds and 7 assists.[18] The team won their 5th straight title in the UAAP Men's Basketball Tournament.[19] During the tournament, Ravena was awarded the season's Todo Bigay Player of the Year.[20]

On the 2012 PCCL, they finished as a runner-up to the UST Growling Tigers.[21][22][23]

Junior year[edit]

Just prior to the start of UAAP Season 76, Ravena suffered a grade 3 right ankle sprain injury, which he got during his team's practice.[24] Even though having the injury he still managed to play for at least eight minutes in their opening game against the NU Bulldogs in which he scored 2 points. He then missed their next 2 games before making his comeback game in a win against the Adamson Soaring Falcons despite only scoring 4 points in 11 minutes that he played. He scored his season high of 18 points on their win against the FEU Tamaraws and Adamson Soaring Falcons. He finished the season averaging 12.7 PPG, 4.7 RPG, 2.5 APG and 1.0 SPG.[25]

Senior Year[edit]

On his fourth year with Ateneo, Ravena was named as the new team captain or King Eagle of the Blue Eagles for the 77th season of the UAAP. On August 10, 2014, he recorded his new career high of 38 points on their come-from-behind overtime win against UE[26][27] before that his career high was 29 points on their second win of the season against their bitter rival DLSU.[28] The 38 points that he made became the second highest points made by single player next to the 43 points made by the former NU Bulldog Jeff Napa back in 2002.[29] He also set a new record of most free throws taken by single player in a single game with 25 on their game against UE, he made 19 free thows out of that 25, the previous record was 19 set by another Blue Eagle Chris Tiu in 2008, where he only missed two freethrows.[30] He also led his team to a number one finish this season after failing to make it to the Final Four last season.[31][32][33][34][35][36] By the end of the double elimination round, Ravena was named as the season's Most Valuable Player after averaging a league-leading 21.3 PPG, 5.9 RPG, 5.6 APG, 1.5 SPG and 0.1 BPG.[37][38][39][40] He had a total of 77.64 statistical points to top the race. His 77.64 SP's is the highest recorded statistical points made by a single player in one season.[41][42] With this, Ravena becomes the fifth player from Ateneo who have won the said award after Jun Reyes (1987 and 1988), Rich Alvarez (2000 and 2001), Enrico Villanueva (2002) and Rabeh Al-Hussaini (2008).[43] Despite having his first MVP award and Ateneo having the twice-to-beat advantage, his team were defeated by the eventual champions, the NU Bulldogs in the Final Four.[44][45][46][47][48]

They eventually captured the Unigames crown in Iloilo by defeating the CSB Blazers, 60-55, in the championship round. Ravena was then named as the Most Valuable Player of the tournament.[49]

Final Year[edit]

On October 1, 2014, Ravena announced through his twitter that he will return to play for Ateneo for his fifth and final year of eligibility next UAAP season.[50][51][52]

Acting Career[edit]

On February 10, 2015, it was announced that Ravena will star in his first ever sitcom entitled No Harm, No Foul to be aired on TV5. His co-stars will include PBA Superstars Willie Miller, Gary David and Beau Belga together with Eula Caballero, Ritz Azul, Valeen Montenegro, Tuesday Vargas, Long Mejia, Randy Santiago and Ogie Alcasid.[53][54][55]

National team[edit]

Ravena has also played for the Philippine national basketball team. Ravena was part of the 2009 FIBA Asia U-16 Philippine squad wherein they finished 4th place and FIBA Asia U-18 Philippine squad where they managed to finish 5th place. Ravena earned national team caps having played in the 2010 SEABA U-18 championship team.[56]

Ravena has also played for the Sinag Pilipinas team that was sent to the 2011 SEA Games.[57] wherein they managed to win the gold medal against Thailand.[58][59][60]

He once again played for the Sinag Pilipinas team that was sent to the 2013 SEA Games that was held in Myanmar from December 11-22 but the basketball event started earlier from December 8-16,[61] the team managed to swept the competition and was automatically declared champions of the tournament.[62]

Ravena will be once again expected play for the Sinag Pilipinas team at the 2015 Southeast Asian Games to be held on Singapore this coming June 5-16, 2015. He will be joined by his brother Thirdy Ravena, Bobby Ray Parks, Jr., Jeron Teng and Marcus Douthit among others.[63][64][65]

Awards and Nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Result Reference
2014 Starmometer Awards 100 Sexiest Men in the Philippines Included [66]
UAAP–NCAA Press Corps' College Basketball Awards Player of the Year Won [67]
Mythical Team Included [68]
2014 Unigames Awarding Ceremony Most Valuable Player Won [69]
Mythical Team Included [70]
UAAP Season 77 Awarding Ceremony Most Valuable Player Won [71]
Mythical Team Included [72]
Fast Fizz Player of the Season Won [73]
Jollibee Champ of the Season Won [74]
Master Gameface Player of the Season Won [75]
RCBC Savings Bank Life Changing Player of the Season Won [76]
PS Bankable Player of the Season Won [77]
2013 Starmometer Awards 100 Sexiest Men in the Philippines Included [78]
2013 Filoil Flying V Preseason Hanes Cup Awarding Ceremony Most Valuable Player Nominated [79]
Mythical Team Included [79]
15th Ateneo Athletes' Night Awards Ateneo X Factor of the Year Won [80]
2012 Shorty Awards Best Basketball in Social Media Nominated [81]
Rappler Social Media Awards Best Pinoy Athlete Nominated [82]
Candy Magazine Philippines Candy Awards Candy Cutie Nominated [83]
Meg Top Choice Awards Top Youth Icon for Male Nominated [84]
The Samsung Sixth Man Awards People's Choice MVP Won [85]
People's Choice Mythical Team Included [85]
2012 Philippine Collegiate Champions League Awarding Ceremony Most Valuable Player Nominated [86]
Mythical Team Included [86]
UAAP Season 75 Awarding Ceremony Enervon Todo Bigay Player of the Year Won [87]
Meg Magazine's Movers and Shakers Meg Magazine's 30 under 30: Movers and Shakers Included [88]
Filoil Flying V Preseason Hanes Cup Awarding Ceremony Seniors Most Valuable Player Nominated [89]
Seniors Mythical Team Included [89]
Starmometer Awards 100 Sexiest Man in the Philippines Included [90]
2011 PSA Coca-Cola Annual Awards Night Tony Siddayao Awardee Included [91]
UAAP–NCAA Press Corps' College Basketball Awards Seniors Most Valuable Player Won [92]
Seniors Mythical Team Included [92]
UAAP Season 74 Awarding Ceremony Seniors Most Valuable Player Nominated [93]
Seniors Mythical Team Included [93]
Seniors Rookie of the Year Won [94]
Filoil Flying V Preseason Hanes Cup Awarding Ceremony Seniors Most Valuable Player Won [95]
Seniors Mythical Team Included [95]
UAAP–NCAA Press Corps' College Basketball Awards Juniors Player of the Year Won [96]
2010 Loyola Schools' Athletes' Recognition and Awards Night Ateneo High School Most Outstanding Athlete for Basketball Won [97]
2010 FIBA Asia Under-18 Championship Awarding Ceremony Most Valuable Player Nominated [98]
Mythical Team Included [98]
Best Forward Won [98]
UAAP Season 73 Awarding Ceremony Juniors Finals Most Valuable Player Won [99]
Juniors Most Valuable Player Nominated [100]
Juniors Mythical Team Included [100]
2009 UAAP Season 72 Awarding Ceremony Juniors Finals Most Valuable Player Won [101]
Juniors Most Valuable Player Nominated [102]
Juniors Mythical Team Included [102]
2007 UAAP Season 70 Awarding Ceremony Juniors Rookie of the Year Nominated [103]
2005 PBA Juniors Basketball League Awarding Ceremony Most Valuable Player Won [104]
Mythical Team Included [104]

External Links[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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Preceded by
NU's school colors Alfred Aroga
UNIGAMES Men's Basketball Most Valuable Player
2014
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
FEU's school colors Terrence Romeo
UAAP Men's Basketball Most Valuable Player
2014
Succeeded by
Incumbent
Preceded by
SSC-R's school colors Calvin Abueva
Filoil Flying V Preseason Hanes Cup Most Valuable Player
2011
Succeeded by
NU's school colors Bobby Ray Parks, Jr.
Preceded by
FEU's school colors Terrence Romeo
UAAP Men's Basketball Rookie of the Year
2011
Succeeded by
La Salle's school colors Jeron Teng
Preceded by
Ateneo's school colors Jayvee Dumrique
UAAP Junior's Basketball Finals Most Valuable Player
2010
2009
Succeeded by
NU's school colors Ralph Atangan