UAAP Season 62
|UAAP Season 62|
|"Bigyang Katuparan, 'Sang Kalikasan"|
|Host school||University of the Philippines|
|Seniors||UST Growling Tigers|
|Juniors||UST Tiger Cubs|
|Basketball||La Salle||La Salle|
|(EX) = exhibition||(DS) = demonstration sport|
UAAP Season 62 is the 1999-2000 season of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines which was hosted by the University of the Philippines. The season opened on July 10, 1999, at the PhilSports Arena.
It was the last broadcast by Silverstar Sports aired on PTV. Jimmy Javier, Joaqui Trillo and Jude Turcuato were on hand for the last broadcast of the UAAP games.
#1 & #2 have twice-to-beat advantage
|La Salle||84||1||La Salle||91|
|2||UST||75||Number of asterisks (*) denotes the number of Overtimes.|
Seniors Division championships
Juniors Division championships
Overall Championship race
The host school is boldfaced. Final.
The UAAP games were 10th and final broadcast by Silverstar Sports including Jimmy Javier, Joaqui Trillo, Jude Turcuato and others were covered. After broadcast on PTV, to contract signing the new league coverage on Studio 23 has been produced by ABS-CBN Sports.
Can't you see that partner
Joaqui Trillo said, during the crucial free throw by Gilbert Lao of UST during Game 3.
Quickly to Aldeguer, Allado felt for one, we needed quick two, or maybe a three, but his trap to go to Don, he doesn't take it Dino hits it, and one.
Jimmy Javier said, during the fouled three-point shot by Dino Aldeguer of De La Salle during the last seconds left before going into overtime in Game 3.