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National U Bulldogs
National University (Philippines)
Bulldog Logo.jpg
League UAAP
Joined 1938
(NCAA founding member - 1924)
Location 551 M. F. Jhocson St., Sampaloc Manila, Philippines
Team colors      Blue
     Gold
Women's team Lady Bulldogs
Juniors' team Bullpups
Seniors' general championships
  • UAAP: 1
    1986-87 (Disputed)
Juniors' general championships

The National University Bulldogs are the collegiate men's varsity teams of National University in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines. The collegiate women's varsity teams are called the Lady Bulldogs while the high school varsity teams are called the Bullpups.

Team monikers and Colors[edit]

National University is one of the eight UAAP member schools that participate in different sporting events of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines.Bulldog is the mascot of all the varsity teams participating in these sporting events.The official varsity team names sourced from the school's official student publications are as follows:

National U Bulldogs
NU Team Monikers
Sport Men's Team Women's Team Boys' Team Girls' Team
Basketball pictogram.svg Basketball NU Bulldogs NU Lady Bulldogs NU Bullpups No Team
Volleyball (indoor) pictogram.svg Volleyball NU Bulldogs NU Lady Bulldogs NU Junior Spikers NU Junior Spikers
Football pictogram.svg Football NU Booters No Team No Team No Team
Baseball pictogram.svg Baseball NU Batters N/A No Team No Team
Softball pictogram.svg Softball N/A NU Softbelles No Team No Team
Judo pictogram.svg Judo No Team No Team No Team No Team
Taekwondo pictogram.svg Taekwondo NU Jins NU Lady Jins NU Junior Jins No Team
Fencing pictogram.svg Fencing NU Fencers No Team No Team No Team
Swimming pictogram.svg Swimming No Team No Team No Team No Team
Athletics pictogram.svg Track and Field No Team No Team No Team No Team
Badminton pictogram.svg Badminton NU Shuttlers NU Lady Shuttlers NU Junior Shuttlers No Team
Tennis pictogram.svg Tennis NU Tennisters NU Lady Tennisters NU Junior Tennisters No Team
Table tennis pictogram.svg Table Tennis NU Paddlers NU Lady Paddlers NU Junior Paddlers No Team
Chess pictogram.png Chess NU Woodpushers NU Lady Woodpushers NU Woodpushers No Team

Sports[edit]

Blue and gold, the school colors of NU

The university colors are Blue and Gold.

Basketball[edit]

In the early years of the UAAP, the NU Bulldogs were a competitive team in the league, winning a title in 1954. However by the 1980s, NU was perennially in the bottom ranking of the team standings. In the late 1990s, they improved their ranking by moving up to the middle of the team standings with now PBA stars Danny Ildefonso and Lordy Tugade in their team roster, but still failed to make it to the Final Four.

In 2001, the Bulldogs made a surprise trip to the Final Four. They were led by Jeff Napa who tied the record of UE's Allan Caidic for the most number of three-points made in a single UAAP game. However, they were not able to advance to the Finals as they were beaten by the La Salle Green Archers in their Final Four series.

After season 64 (2001–02), the NU Bulldogs returned to their mediocre performance despite having outstanding players such as Rey Mendoza, Edwin Asoro, both members of the Mythical Five in separate seasons and Jonathan Fernandez, who found some success playing for the PBL's Harbour Centre squad and the SEABA RP team.

In the last quarter of year 2008, the family of Henry Sy of SM Prime Holdings acquired majority ownership of the National University. Aside from improving school facilities, the new management has included in their corpoarate plan the improvement of NU's sports programs. After ten years, the National U Bulldogs made it again to the UAAP Final Four in 2012.

In the 77th season of the league, the NU Bulldogs made a dramatic and amazing title run. At the start of the season, they were at the top of the standings above ADMU and DLSU (teams that are expected to come out strong in the season). But in the 2nd round of the tournament, the Bulldogs fell on the 4th spot tied with UE Red Warriors. They faced UE on a Knockout Game for the 4th seed, which they won 51-49. They have beaten the 1st seeded team in the league which is the ADMU Blue Eagles in 2 Do-or-Die games, making them the 2nd 'Number 4' team in the UAAP History to defeat the Number 1 team. After 44 years, NU made it again to the UAAP Finals. They faced the FEU Tamaraws in three games. After 60 long years of title drought, the National U Bulldogs clinched the title after winning against FEU, 75-59, in a Do-or-Die Wednesday, October 15, 2014 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum with a Record-Breaking Crowd of 25, 138 (biggest crowd ever to watch a basketball game at the venue, considering the game was held on a Wednesday).

After an incredible run to the title, the NU Bulldogs ended their trademark as "Perennial Doormats", "Bottom-Dwellers" and "Underdogs" and they became the Top Dogs of the league. They are expected to be a tough contender in the upcoming seasons of the UAAP.

UAAP Season 77 (S.Y. 2014–15) rosters

The NU Bulldogs Basketball Team[edit]

NU Bulldogs Basketball Team
No. Player Ht. Weight High School Play Yr. Position
4 Philippines Joshua Angelo C. Alolino 6'0" 185 lbs. University of Perpetual Help 4th PG
5 Philippines Adven Jess L. Diputado 5'9" 154 lbs. San Beda College Rookie PG
6 Philippines Ralp Tristian P. Tansingco 6'1" 170 lbs. National University 1st SF
7 Philippines Rodolfo H. Alejandro III 6'1" 170 lbs Malayan High School of Science 2nd SG
11 Philippines Nico Paolo D. Javelona 6'1"" 170 lbs. West Negros University 4th SG
13 Philippines Reden M. Celda 6'0" 170 lbs. Agro Industrial Foundation College 4th-Trf SG
14 Mohammad Al-Yusouf Salim 6'3" 175 lbs. Chiang Kai Shek College Rookie SF
16 Philippines Kyle Drexler S. Neypes 6'4" 190 lbs. University of Santo Tomas 4th PF
19 Cameroon Alfred Dong Aroga 6'7" 205 lbs. College Bilingue Luc Legrand-Cameroon 1st C
-- Philippines Jeoffrey J. Javillonar 6'3" 185 lbs. Rizal Technological University 4th SF
-- Philippines Tzaddy John Rangel 6'7" 195 lbs. Hope Christian High School -- C
-- Philippines Rendell Thomas Senining -- -- Sacred Heart School-Ateneo de Cebu -- --
-- Philippines Nick Angelo Abatayo -- -- San Beda College -- --
-- Philippines Reggie Morido 6'1" 165 lbs. National University -- --
-- Philippines Ronnel Jay Lastimosa -- -- -- -- --
-- Philippines John Vincent Gallego 5' 10" 150 lbs Chiang Kai Shek Rookie --
-- Philippines Issa Seny Diouf Gaye -- -- -- -- --

Team depth chart

Pos. Starting 5 Bench 1 Bench 2 Bench 3
C Alfred Aroga Gaye Issa
PF Jeff Javillonar Kyle Neypes Meds Salim
SF Jay-Jay Alejandro Ralp Tansingco Dave Wilson Yu
SG Paolo Javelona Reden Celda
PG Gelo Alolino Rev Diputado

Athletic director:

The NU Lady Bulldogs Basketball Team[edit]

NU Lady Bulldogs Basketball Team
No. Player Ht. Weight High School Play Yr. Position
4 Philippines Camilla Denise Escoto -- -- -- -- SF
5 Philippines Shelley Anne Gupilan -- -- -- -- PF
6 -- -- -- -- -- --
7 Philippines Janeth Rosa Sison -- -- -- -- --
8 Philippines Trixie Marie Antiquiera -- -- Saint Joseph School - La Salle -- SG
9 Philippines Jhanine Layug -- -- -- -- --
10 Philippines Madel Castro -- -- -- -- PG
11 Philippines Jessica Edralyn Maghibon -- -- -- -- F
12 Philippines Afril Bernardino -- -- -- -- SG
13 Philippines Risa Mae Paig -- -- -- -- --
14 Philippines Marizze Andrea Tongco -- -- -- -- --
15 Philippines Kristine Abriam -- -- -- -- C
16 Philippines Gemma Miranda -- -- -- -- --
17 Philippines Allison Del Carmen -- -- -- -- --
18 Philippines Cathlyn Jane Seno 5'11" 130 lbs. -- -- --
19 Philippines Kimberly Pascua -- -- -- -- --
20 Philippines Nica Villegas -- -- -- -- --
21 Philippines Ria Nabalan -- -- -- -- --

The NU Bullpups Basketball Team[edit]

NU Bullpups Basketball Team
No. Player Ht. Weight High School Play Yr. Position
4 Philippines Jordan Sta Ana -- -- -- 12 --
5 Philippines Arvin Dela Cruz -- -- -- 12 --
6 Philippines Daniel Atienzan -- -- -- 11 --
7 Philippines Mark Anthony Dyke 6' 2" 185 lbs -- 12 PF
8 Philippines Vincent Christian Claveria -- -- -- 12 C
9 Philippines John Lloyd Clemente 5' 11" -- -- 11 SF
10 Philippines Mark Ferreras 5' 11" -- -- 12 PF
11 Philippines Allen Andrew Mina -- -- Naguilian Central School (Isabela) 12 SG
12 Philippines Vince Michael Saquian -- -- -- 12 --
13 Philippines Dave Camaso -- -- -- -- --
14 Philippines Oliver Wendell De Guzman -- -- -- 12 PG
15 Philippines Philip Martin Manalang Captain sports.svg 5' 7" -- -- 12 PG
16 Philippines Justine Baltazar 6' 4" 175 lbs. -- 11 C
17 Philippines Alfredo Calma -- -- -- 12 --
18 Philippines Joshua Francis Callejo -- -- -- -- --
20 Philippines Karl Angelo Peñano -- -- -- -- -

Volleyball[edit]

The National University Bulldogs Spikers won their first UAAP volleyball title in season 75 (2012-2013), while the NU Lady Bulldogs Spikers won their first in season 16 (1953–54). As of UAAP Season 77 the NU Bulldogs have won 2 UAAP volleyball titles while the NU Lady Bulldogs have 2 UAAP championships.

Awards and other achievements (Men's)

Event Year Award
UAAP Season 77 2014-2015 Silver medal with cup.svgRunner-up
UAAP Season 76 2013-2014 Gold medal with cup.svg Champion
UAAP Season 75 2012-2013 Gold medal with cup.svg Champion
University Games (Bacolod City) 2013 Gold medal with cup.svgChampion
University Games (Roxas City) 2011 4th Place
Philippine National Games (PNG) 2014 Silver medal with cup.svgRunner-up
Philippine National Games (PNG) 2013 Silver medal with cup.svgRunner-up
Inter-Collegiate Volleyball Championship (Baguio City) 2013 Gold medal with cup.svgChampion
Inter-Collegiate Volleyball Championship (Baguio City) 2012 Gold medal with cup.svgChampion
Inter-Collegiate Volleyball Championships (Baguio City) 2011 Bronze medal with cup.svg 3rd Runner-up
2nd Eagle Ridge Volleyball Championship (Gen. Trias Cavite) 2012 Gold medal with cup.svgChampion
3rd Eagle Ridge Volleyball Championship (Gen. Trias Cavite) 2013 Silver medal with cup.svgRunner-up
Tuguegarao Open Volleyball Tournament (Tuguegarao City) 2013 Bronze medal with cup.svg3rd Runner-up
Dr. Vergilio delos Santos Cup (University of Manila) 2010 Gold medal with cup.svgChampion
1st Vice Ganda Cup Volleyball Tournament (FEU) 2013 Gold medal with cup.svgChampion

UAAP Season 76 (S.Y. 2013–14) rosters

The NU Bulldogs Volleyball Team[edit]

NU Bulldogs Volleyball Team
No. Player Ht. Weight High School Play Yr. Position
1 Philippines Vincent Raphael M. Mangulabnan 5'8" -- Canossa Academy Lipa 3rd Setter
2 Philippines Leonardo T. Medrano, Jr. -- -- Allen National High School 2nd --
3 Philippines Sonny Marc N. Tekiko 5'10" -- Davao City National High School 4th Setter
4 Philippines Peter Den Mar E.Torres 6' 3" -- Leyte National High School 4th Middle Hitter
6 Philippines Josephenry P. Tipay -- -- San Pedro Relocation Center National High School 4th libero
8 Philippines Rashdi B. Talipan 6' 0" -- Pangasinan Bungao Tawi-Tawi 1st Middle Hitter
9 Philippines Rueben N. Inaudito Captain sports.svg 5' 11" -- Aklan National HS for Arts and Trades 4th Utility
10 Philippines Fauzi K. Ismail 6' 2" -- Mindanao State University - TCTO 2nd Outside Hitter
11 Philippines Reyson L. Fuentes 6' 4" -- San Miguel National High School 5th Middle Hitter
13 Philippines Madzlan A. Gampong -- -- Hji Omarsani Tambut National High School 1st --
14 Philippines Jan Berlin B. Paglinawan 6' 2" -- Southern Rizal Institute 4th Outside Hitter
15 Philippines Mark Benzon C. Dizon -- -- De La Salle - Lipa 4th Libero
16 Philippines Ruben T. Baysac, Jr. 6' 4" -- Solano High School 2nd Middle Hitter
18 Philippines Edwin D. Tolentino 5' 11" -- Santa Cruz Academy 4th Outside Hitter

The NU Lady Bulldogs Volleyball Team[edit]

NU Lady Bulldogs Volleyball Team
No. Player Ht. Weight High School Play Yr. Position
2 Philippines Ivy Jisel A. Perez 5' 8" 130 lbs. Batangas Christian School 4th Setter
3 Philippines Alyja Daphne A. Santiago 6' 6" 145 lbs. National University 2nd Middle Hitter
4 Philippines Marites C. Pablo 5' 7" 120 lbs. National University Rookie Opposite Hitter
5 Philippines Fatima Bia V. General 5' 5" 120 lbs. Camarines Sur National High School 3rd Libero
6 Philippines Roma Joy D. Doromal 5' 8" 125 lbs. Central Philippine University Rookie Opposite Hitter/Outside Hitter
7 Philippines Rizza Jane V. Mandapat 5' 8" 130 lbs. Northwestern Visayan Colleges 5th Opposite Hitter/Outside Hitter
8 Philippines Gillian Faye C. Naval 5' 1" 105 lbs. Leyte National High School Rookie Libero
10 Philippines Jocelyn I. Soliven 5' 4" 120 lbs. Moncada Catholic School 4th Setter
11 Philippines Roselyn cardiente 5' 11" 130 lbs. Mangaldan National High School Rookie Middle Hitter
12 Philippines Klarice B. Abriam 5' 8" 125 lbs. Holy Angel University Rookie Outside Hitter
13 Philippines Gayle Rose D. Valdez 5' 3" 110 lbs. National University 2nd Libero
14 Philippines Jorelle V. Singh 5' 6" 130 lbs. National University 1st Outside Hitter/Opposite Hitter
16 Philippines Siemens Desiree J. Dadang Captain sports.svg 5' 9" 130 lbs. Central Bukidnon Institute 5th Middle Hitter
17 Philippines Myla C. Pablo 5'19" 130 lbs. St. Rose Catholic School 4th Outside Hitter

Football[edit]

UAAP Season 77 (S.Y. 2014–15) roster

The NU Bulldogs Football Team*[edit]

NU Booters Football Team
No. Player Ht. Weight High School Play Yr. Position
-- Philippines Eric John S. Araojo -- -- -- 5th --
3 Philippines Jacob Shaun E. Gomez -- -- -- Rookie --
5 Philippines Eddie No. Alivio -- -- Cavite National HS - Cavite City Rookie Centre-back
6 Philippines Arnel A. Casil -- -- Monkayo National HS 3rd Centre-back
7 Philippines John Albert D. Frias -- -- St. James Academy - Malabon City Rookie --
9 Philippines Jekar Francis D. Sullano -- -- Central Philippine University Rookie Midfielder
10 Philippines Francis Jay G. Abalunan -- -- Montevista National HS 2nd Forward
11 Philippines Elgen R. Antipolo -- -- -- 3rd Midfielder
12 Philippines Hayeson H. Pepito -- -- -- 3rd Goalkeeper
13 Philippines Mark Jojo T. Marcaida -- -- Aroroy National HS 3rd Full-back
15 Philippines Jerico A. Dagsa -- -- -- Rookie Left-back
16 Philippines Marole M. Bungay -- -- San Mateo National HS - Rizal Rookie Forward
17 Philippines Patrick B. Valenzuela -- -- -- Rookie Forward
18 Philippines Darwin V. Regala -- -- Dimasalang National HS 2nd Right-back
19 Philippines Paolo E. Salenga Captain sports.svg -- -- -- 2nd Center-forward
20 Philippines Lawrence C. Colina -- -- -- Rookie Midfielder
21 Philippines Jezer R. Jalandoni -- -- FEU - Diliman 2nd Midfielder
31 Philippines Jonas S. Oren -- -- Angelicum School - Iloilo Rookie Right-back
41 Philippines John Nico S. Macapal -- -- Siaton National HS - Negros Oriental 2nd Left-back
-- Philippines Elijah J. Aban -- -- Pag-asa National HS - Legaspi City 2nd --
-- Philippines Chris Maverick C. Perocho -- -- -- Rookie Central Philippine University
-- Philippines Rudgeson D. Alangilan -- -- -- Rookie --

Baseball[edit]

The Bulldogs have found recent success in the UAAP baseball tournament. After years in the bottom of the team standings, NU has made it four consecutive times to the Final 4, from season 72 (2009–10 ) to season 75 (2012–13). In season 74 (2011–12) they not only made it to the Finals but also won the championship, their third since 1965. Again they repeated their Finals appearance the following year, season 75 (2012–13). This time however, they were not as fortunate. They finished runner-up to Ateneo.

UAAP Season 77 (S.Y. 2014–15) roster

The NU Bulldogs Baseball Team[edit]

NU Batters Baseball Team
No. Player Ht. Weight High School Play Yr. Position
6 Philippines Mike John Gante -- -- -- -- Pitcher/ Outfielder (CF)
7 Philippines Mark Anthony Elic -- -- -- -- Infielder (1B)
8 Philippines Aprix John Santos -- -- -- -- Outfielder (CF)
9 Philippines Erickson Villame -- -- -- -- Catcher
13 Philippines Jordan Cortez -- -- -- -- Shortstop
15 Philippines Clarence Caasalan -- -- -- -- Infielder (1B)
16 Philippines Julius Mondragon -- -- -- -- Shortstop
19 Philippines Azriel Villalobos -- -- -- -- --
21 Philippines Rico Don Calivoso -- -- -- -- --
22 Philippines Alfredo Olivarez -- -- -- -- Catcher
23 Philippines Herxel Fortunato -- -- -- -- Outfielder (LF)
24 Philippines Kenneth Ybañez -- -- -- -- Infielder (3B)
25 Philippines Junmar Diarao -- -- -- -- Pitcher
26 Philippines Alfredo de Guzman III -- -- -- -- Outfielder (LF)
27 Philippines Diniel Bautista -- -- -- -- Outfielder (RF)
28 Philippines Orlando Miranda -- -- -- -- Infielder (2B)
67 Philippines Robin Jay Libid -- -- -- -- Outfielder (RF)
74 Philippines Felix Michael Custodio -- -- -- -- Infielder (2B)
00 -- -- -- -- --
29 Philippines Jezreel Rosita -- -- -- -- Shortstop
31 Philippines Ronel Peralta -- -- -- -- Pitcher

Softball[edit]

UAAP Season 76 (S.Y. 2013–14) roster

The NU Lady Bulldogs Softball Team[edit]

NU Lady Softbelles Softball Team
No. Player Ht. Weight High School Play Yr. Position
2 Philippines Whell Ghene Nietes -- -- -- -- Infielder (3B)
4 Philippines Charleslyn Tulalian -- -- -- -- Outfielder (LF)
6 Philippines Ester Cabillo -- -- -- -- --
7 Philippines Clarifer Singh -- -- -- -- Outfielder (LF)
10 Philippines Colleen Alilin -- -- -- -- Catcher
12 Philippines Mia Macapagal -- -- -- Rookie Pitcher
14 Philippines Kristine May Paclar -- -- -- -- --
16 Philippines Mary Grace May Blanco -- -- -- -- --
21 Philippines Shiela Marie Pilo -- -- -- Rookie Pitcher
25 Philippines Elvie Gequillo -- -- -- -- --
26 Philippines Arianne Vallestero -- -- -- -- Infielder (3B)
27 Philippines Kristine Marie Acuña -- -- -- -- --
28 Philippines Rose Marie Torres -- -- -- -- Outfielder (CF)
29 Philippines Carla Payapaya -- -- -- -- Infielder (2B)
34 Philippines Shaira Damasing -- -- -- -- Pitcher
53 Philippines Lovely Dyan Arago -- -- -- -- Shortstop
64 Philippines Razel Mae Cuyos -- -- -- -- Pitcher

Cheerdance[edit]

The National U Pep Squad performs at the halftime of the basketball games of the NU Bulldogs in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines and represents the University in the UAAP Cheerdance Competition along with the NU Cheer Squadron and NU Drummers. They were the champions for two consecutive years (2013 and 2014). Their closest rival is the UP Pep Squad, which has been a consistent runner-up for the past two seasons. Ghicka Bernabe, a former member of FEU Cheering Squad, is the current head coach of the group.

Their trademark cheers are as follows:

  • BULLDOG's CRY

Bulldogs, Ready? READY!

B-U-L-L-D-O-G!

Bulldogs! Bulldogs! Fight Team Fight!

  • BUMA KAYA

Buma! (2 claps)

Kaya! (2 claps)

Ig-ma Kadima! (2x)

Buma kaya Igma kadima (2x)

National! National!

Fight! Team! Fight Team Fight!

  • GO BULLDOGS

Go Bulldogs! (4x)

(16 counts) (drumbeat)

Go! Fight! Win!

Let's Go Bulldogs! (2x)

Go Bulldogs! (2x)

(16 counts) (drumbeat)

Go Bulldogs!

  • GO FIGHT AND WIN

Go Fight, And Win!

Gold and the Blue, Let's Beat that Team!

  • Go for the Gold, Fight for the Blue

Go, go, go, Go Bulldogs!

Fight, fight, fight, Fight Bulldogs! (2x)

Go for the Gold! (4 counts)

Fight for the Blue! (4 counts) (2x)

(ACAPELLA) GO FOR THE GOLD! FIGHT FOR THE BLUE!

  • Hey, NU Let's Go

(12 counts Drumbeat)

Hey! NU, Let's Go!

Hey! NU, Let's Fight!

Hey! NU, LEt's Go!

Hey! NU, Let's Fight!

B-U-L-L-D-O-G!

NU, Let's Go!

B-U-L-L-D-O-G!

NU, Let's Fight!

  • Let's Fight NU Fight, Go Fight

(Drumbeat) Let's Fight, NU Fight, Go Fight!

(Drumbeat) Let's Fight, NU Fight, Go Fight!

Awards and other achievements

Event Year Award
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 1994 ?
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 1995 ?
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 1996 ?
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 1998 ?
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 1999 ?
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2000 ?
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2001 ?
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2002 8th Place
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2003 8th Place
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2004 8th Place
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2005 8th Place
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2006 7th Place
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2007 8th Place
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2008 8th Place
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2009 5th Place
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2010 7th Place
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2011 6th Place
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2012 Bronze medal with cup.svg2nd Runner-up
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2013 Gold medal with cup.svgChampion
National Cheerleading Championship 2013 Gold medal with cup.svgChampion
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2014 Gold medal with cup.svgChampion
National Cheerleading Championship 2014 Bronze medal with cup.svg2nd Runner-up
National Cheerleading Championship 2015 Gold medal with cup.svgChampion
World Cheerleading Championship 2015 Bronze medal with cup.svg2nd Runner-up (Co-Ed Elite)

Group stunts division[edit]

Event Year Award
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2011 Bronze medal with cup.svg2nd Runner-up
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2012 Bronze medal with cup.svg2nd Runner-up
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2013 Gold medal with cup.svgChampion
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2014 Bronze medal with cup.svg2nd Runner-up
National Cheerleading Championship 2015 Gold medal with cup.svgChampion (CoEd)
National Cheerleading Championship 2015 Gold medal with cup.svgChampion (All-Girl)

Rankings History[edit]

The following tables show the rankings history of National University in the UAAP.

Seniors Division[edit]

  • Gold border denotes overall championship season.

      Demonstration sport

Year MEN'S
Basketball Volleyball Beach volleyball Swimming Chess Table tennis Tennis Badminton Track and field Fencing Taekwondo Judo Baseball Football
1996-97 6th 7th DNP 7th 8th DNP 5th DNP DNP DNP 4th DNP
1997-98 4th
1998-09 7th 4th DNP 8th 7th DNP 8th DNP DNP DNP DNP 5th DNP
1999-00 7th
2000-01 Bronze medal with cup.svg3rd
2001-02 4th 5th DNP 8th 8th DNP 7th DNP DNP DNP DNP 8th DNP
2002-03 '8th 7th DNP 7th 8th DNP 7th DNP DNP DNP DNP 6th DNP
2003-04 8th 7th DNP 8th 8th DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 4th DNP
2004-05 8th 7th DNP 8th 8th DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Bronze medal with cup.svg3rd DNP
2005-06 8th 7th DNP 8th 8th DNP 8th DNP DNP DNP DNP 4th DNP
2006-07 7th 4th 7th DNP 6TH 6th DNP 7th DNP DNP DNP DNP 4th DNP
2007-08 6th 8th 6th DNP 6th 5th DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 4th DNP
2008-09 8th 8th 6th DNP 6th 7th DNP 8th DNP DNP DNP DNP 5th DNP
2009-10 7th 7th 8th DNP 7th 6th DNP 7th DNP DNP DNP DNP Silver medal with cup.svg2nd DNP
2010–11 5th 7th 8th DNP 7th 6th DNP Bronze medal with cup.svg3rd DNP DNP DNP DNP Silver medal with cup.svg2nd DNP
2011–12 5th 5th 7th DNP 5th 6th Silver medal with cup.svg2nd Silver medal with cup.svg2nd DNP DNP DNP DMP Gold medal with cup.svg1st DNP
2012-13 Bronze medal with cup.svg 3rd Gold medal with cup.svg1st Gold medal with cup.svg1st DNP 5th 6th Gold medal with cup.svg1st Gold medal with cup.svg1st DNP 7th 7th DNP Silver medal with cup.svg2nd 6th
2013-14 4th Gold medal with cup.svg1st Gold medal with cup.svg1st DNP' 5th 5th Gold medal with cup.svg1st Silver medal with cup.svg2nd DNP 7th 7th DNP Bronze medal with cup.svg 3rd 6th
2014-15 Gold medal with cup.svg1st Silver medal with cup.svg2nd Gold medal with cup.svg1st DNP 5th 5th Gold medal with cup.svg1st Gold medal with cup.svg1st DNP DNP Bronze medal with cup.svg 3rd DNP 4th 5th
2015-16
Year WOMEN'S
Basketball Volleyball Beach volleyball Swimming Chess Table tennis Tennis Badminton Track and field Fencing Taekwondo Judo Softball Football
1996-97 DNP 8th DNP 7th 6th DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
1997-98 7th
1998-09 DNP 7th DNP DNP 7th DNP 8th DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
1999-00 7th
2000-01 6th
2001-02 DNP 7th DNP DNP 8th DNP 8th DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
2002-03 DNP 7th DNP 7th 8th DNP 7th DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
2003-04 DNP 8th DNP 7th 8th DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
2004-05 DNP 8th DNP 7th DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
2005-06 DNP 8th DNP 7th DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
2006-07 7th 7th 6th DNP 6th 5th DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
2007-08 8th 6th 5th DNP 6th 7th DNP 8th DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
2008-09 7th 8th 5th DNP 7th 6th DNP 8th DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
2009-10 7th 8th 6th DNP 5th 6th DNP 7th DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
2010-11 5th 5th 8th DNP 5th 6th DNP 8th DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
2011–12 6th 7th 7th DNP 5th 6th DNP 8th DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
2012-13 5th 4th 5th DNP 4th 5th 4th 8th DNP DNP 5th DNP Silver medal with cup.svg2nd DNP
2013-14 Silver medal with cup.svg2nd Bronze medal with cup.svg 3rd 5th DNP 5th 5th Gold medal with cup.svg 1st 8th DNP DNP 6th DNP Silver medal with cup.svg2nd DNP
2014-15 Gold medal with cup.svg 1st Bronze medal with cup.svg 3rd '5th DNP 4th 5th Gold medal with cup.svg 1st 8th DNP DNP 5th DNP 4th DNP
2015-16
Year COED
Poomsae
2013-14 7th
2014-15 6th

Juniors Division[edit]

Year BOYS' GIRLS'
Basketball Volleyball Swimming Chess Table tennis Football Taekwondo Track and field Judo Volleyball Swimming
1996-97 7th 5th DNP 4th Bronze medal with cup.svg3rd    ? DNP   5th DNP
2006-07 7th' DNP DNP 5th 6th   DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
2007-08 4th DNP DNP 4th 4th DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
2008-09 7th 5th DNP 5th 6th DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
2009-10 7th 4th DNP 4th Bronze medal with cup.svg3rd DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
2010-11 4th Bronze medal with cup.svg3rd DNP Bronze medal with cup.svg3rd Silver medal with cup.svg2nd DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP
2011-12 Gold medal with cup.svg 1st Bronze medal with cup.svg3rd DNP Bronze medal with cup.svg3rd Silver medal with cup.svg2nd DNP DNP DNP DNP 5th DNP
2012-13 Silver medal with cup.svg2nd Silver medal with cup.svg2nd DNP Bronze medal with cup.svg3rd Gold medal with cup.svg 1st DNP DNP DNP DNP Silver medal with cup.svg2nd DNP
2013-14 Gold medal with cup.svg 1st Silver medal with cup.svg2nd DNP Gold medal with cup.svg 1st Silver medal with cup.svg2nd DNP DNP DNP DNP Silver medal with cup.svg2nd DNP
2014-15 Silver medal with cup.svg 2nd Bronze medal with cup.svg3rd DNP Gold medal with cup.svg 1st 3rd DNP DNP DNP DNP Gold medal with cup.svg 1st DNP
2015-16

DNP = Did Not Participate

Number of Championships[edit]

The following table shows the number of championships of National University in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP).

General Championship Rank (Seniors' Division)[edit]

The following table shows the Rank of National University in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP).

Year Rank Points
1997-98 - -
1998-99 8th Place 25pts
1999-00 8th Place 23pts
2000-01 8th Place -
2001-02 8th Place 23.5pts
2002-03 HOST 8th Place 18pts
2003-04 8th Place 17pts
2004-05 8th Place 18pts
2005-06 8th Place 21pts
2006-07 8th Place 48pts
2007-08 8th Place 41pts
2008-09 8th Place 35pts
2009-10 8th Place 44pts
2010-11 8th Place 61pts
2011-12 8th Place 81pts
2012-13 HOST 6th Place 161pts
2013-14 6th Place 169pts
2014-15 6th Place 187pts

See also[edit]