National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities

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National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities
Abbreviation NAASCU
Formation 2001
Legal status Association
Headquarters Manila
Region served
Dr. Ernesto Jay G. Adalem
Main organ
Policy Board

The National Athletic Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (NAASCU) is an athletic association of colleges and universities in the Philippines. It was established in 2001.

NAASCU sports are men's, women's and junior's basketball, men's and women's volleyball, track and field, table tennis, chess, taekwondo, swimming, billiards, badminton, beach handball, street dance and cheerdance.

Member schools[edit]

Institution Seniors Juniors Women Status Founded Affiliation (Population) Color Location
Philippine Christian University Dolphins Baby Dolphins None Private 1946 Protestant (n/a) Blue and Silver Taft Ave., Manila
Centro Escolar University Scorpions Baby Scorpions Lady Scorpions Private 1907 Non-Sectarian (25,102) Pink and Gray Mendiola, Manila
Diliman Computer Technology Institute Senators none none Private 1998 Non-Sectarian (n/a) Blue & White Diliman, Quezon City
New Era University Hunters Baby Hunters Lady Hunters Private 1975 Iglesia ni Cristo (13,574) Green and Red New Era, Quezon City
Our Lady of Fatima University Phoenix Baby Phoenix Lady Phoenix Private 1967 Non-Sectarian (8,000) Green and White Antipolo City
City University of Pasay Eagles none Lady Eagles Public 1994 Local (5,709) Green and White Pasay City
Saint Clare College of Caloocan Saints Baby Saints Lady Saints Private 1995 Catholic (2,567) Navy Blue and Orange Caloocan City
Central Colleges of the Philippines[1] Bobcats none none Private 1954 Non-Sectarian (n/a) Red and Yellow Quezon City
Lyceum of Subic Bay[2] Sharks none none Private 2003 Non-Sectarian (n/a) Black and Gold Olongapo City, Zambales
University of Makati Hardy Herons Hawklets Lady Hawks Public 1972 Local (8,000) Blue and Gold Makati
Polytechnic University of the Philippines Mighty Maroons Junior Maroons Lady Maroons Public 1904 State (61,253) Maroon and Gold Manila
Rizal Technological University Blue Thunder Junior Thunder Lady Thunder Public 1969 State (15,300) Blue and Gold Mandaluyong
Santa Isabel College[3] Isabelans Baby Saints Lady Isabelans Private 1632 Catholic (n/a) Red and Gold Taft Ave., Manila

Former members[edit]

left in 2002

left in 2003

Left in 2004

  • World Citi Colleges (WCC Vikings), Quezon City

left in 2008

left in 2011

left in 2012

left in 2013

  • STI College (STI Olympians), Manila
  • Trace College (TC Stallions), Los Baños, Laguna

left in 2014

Membership timeline[edit]

Santa Isabel College Manila Philippine Christian University Central Colleges of the Philippines Rizal Technological University Polytechnic University of the Philippines Our Lady of Fatima University Lyceum of Subic Bay San Sebastian College–Recoletos de Cavite STI College New Era University Holy Angel University Centro Escolar University City University of Pasay University of Manila University of Makati Technological University of the Philippines Las Piñas College Angeles University Foundation Arellano University AMA Computer University


  1. ^ Reyes, Marc Anthony (24 June 2014). "14th Naascu season Aug. 12 with 10 members". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved 6 August 2014. 
  2. ^ "CEU starts title retention vs St. Clare". Manila Bulletin. 1 July 2014. Retrieved 6 August 2014. 
  3. ^ "NAASCU welcomes Sta. Isabel, DCTI". Retrieved 6 August 2014. 

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