UAAP Season 64
|UAAP Season 64|
|"Sama-samang Harapin ang Pagsubok"|
|Host school||Far Eastern University|
|Seniors||UST Growling Tigers|
|Juniors||Ateneo Blue Eaglets|
|Basketball||La Salle||La Salle|
|(EX) = exhibition||(DS) = demonstration sport|
UAAP Season 64 is the 2001-2002 season of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines, which was hosted by the Far Eastern University.
|Qualified for semifinals with twice to beat advantage|
|Qualified for semifinals|
|Qualified for fourth–seed playoff|
|De La Salle Green Archers||12||2||.857||--|
|Ateneo Blue Eagles||10||4||.714||2|
|UE Red Warriors||7||7||.500||5|
|UP Fighting Maroons||6||8||.429||6|
|UST Growling Tigers||6||8||.429||6|
Host team in boldface.
#1 & #2 have twice-to-beat advantage
|2||Ateneo||67||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 is televised on Studio 23 brought you by ABS-CBN Sports. The Metropolitan Basketball Association was aired on People's Television Network (later renamed National Broadcasting Network) produced in a same sports division during the another basketball games. Mico Halili, Jude Turcuato and Sev Sarmenta were presenters, Danny Francisco, Randy Sacdalan and others color commentators.
- Musikitchen Entertainment Phils. - 64th UAAP OPENING, 2001
- UBelt.com - UAAP Season 64 - Final Overall Championship Tally
- WebArchive - Atenista.Net - UAAP 64