UAAP Season 75 basketball tournaments

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UAAP Season 75
UAAP Season 75 basketball logo.jpg
Host school National University

Men's Finals 1 2 Wins
Ateneo school colors Ateneo Blue Eagles 83 65 2
UST school colors UST Growling Tigers 78 62 0
Duration October 6–11, 2012
Arena/s Mall of Asia Arena
Smart Araneta Coliseum
Finals MVP Nico Salva
Winning coach Norman Black (5th title)
Semifinalists NU school colors NU Bulldogs
La Salle school colors De La Salle Green Archers
TV network/s ABS-CBN, Studio 23, The Filipino Channel, Balls, Balls HD

Women's Finals 1 2 Wins
FEU school colors FEU Lady Tamaraws 64 70 2+1
La Salle school colors De La Salle Lady Archers 56 66 0
Duration October 7–11, 2012
Arena/s Smart Araneta Coliseum
Filoil Flying V Arena
Finals MVP Marilourd Socorro Borja
Semifinalists Adamson school colors Adamson Lady Falcons
TV network/s Studio 23 (Games 2 & 3)

Juniors' Finals 1 2*** Wins
FEU school colors FEU Baby Tamaraws 78 113 2
NU school colors NU Bullpups 77 109 0
Duration October 7–11, 2012
Arena/s Smart Araneta Coliseum
Filoil Flying V Arena
Finals MVP Roger Domingo, Jr.
Semifinalists UST school colors UST Tiger Cubs
Ateneo school colors Ateneo Blue Eaglets
TV network/s Studio 23 (Games 2 & 3)
< Season 74 2012 Season 76 >

The University Athletic Association of the Philippines Season 75 basketball tournaments are the basketball events of UAAP's 2012-13 season. National University is the host this season. The opening ceremony was held on July 14, 2012, followed by doubleheader basketball games after the ceremonies at the Mall of Asia Arena.[1][2]

The UAAP named former San Beda Red Cubs head coach Ato Badolato as commissioner for basketball.[1][2] Badolato also served as basketball commissioner for UAAP Season 73.

Men's tournament[edit]

Elimination round[edit]

Results[edit]

Team AdU ADMU DLSU FEU NU UE UP UST
Adamson 57–73 52–56 62–65 62–77 66–71 69–67 60–61
Ateneo 79–72 71–61 74–71 89–65 68–51 76–70 70–71
La Salle 72–59 67–77 46–48 87–86** 67–59 73–68 82–84**
FEU 76–68 64–77 56–63 57–61 92–66 73–70 73–72
NU 80–77* 56–70 72–62 84–81*^ 90–55 67–50 71–77
UE 69–89 79–77 52–73 78–83 74–83 48–63 69–85
UP 70–75 66–73 69–76 63–67 60–65 76–79 58–68
UST 83–79 66–68 51–53 60–87 58–57* 87–75 75–68

      Win

      Loss


  • Number of asterisks (*) denotes the number of overtime periods.
  • (^) The game was originally played on September 6 in which FEU defeated NU 77-75. However, the UAAP Board nullified the game and called for a replay on September 23 after the video of FEU guard RR Garcia's game-winner was ruled inconclusive.[3]

Bracket[edit]

  Fourth-seed playoff Semifinals
#1 & #2 have twice-to-beat advantage
Finals
Best-of-three series
                               
      1  Ateneo school colors Ateneo 66    
 La Salle school colors La Salle  69     4  La Salle school colors La Salle 63    
   FEU school colors FEU  66  
 
    1  Ateneo school colors Ateneo 83 65
    2  UST school colors UST 78 62
 
 
  2  UST school colors UST 63  
  3  NU school colors NU 57    

Fourth-seed playoff[edit]

September 26
3:30 p.m.
4th seed
69–66 FEU school colors FEU Tamaraws
Scoring by quarter: 13–19, 15–16, 18–17, 23–14

Semifinals[edit]

In the semifinals, the higher seed has the twice-to-beat advantage, where they only have to win once, while their opponents twice, to progress.

Ateneo vs. La Salle[edit]

September 29
3:30 p.m.
66–63 La Salle school colors De La Salle Green Archers
Scoring by quarter: 14–12, 17–14, 7–21, 28–16
Ateneo wins series in one game

UST vs. NU[edit]

September 29
12:00 p.m.
63–57 NU school colors NU Bulldogs
Scoring by quarter: 17–18, 21–16, 18–16, 7–7
UST wins series in one game

Finals[edit]

October 6
3:30 p.m.
83–78 UST school colors UST Growling Tigers
Scoring by quarter: 18–24, 13–14, 30–13, 22–27
Mall of Asia Arena, Pasay
Attendance: 20,686
October 11
3:45 p.m.
65–62 UST school colors UST Growling Tigers
Scoring by quarter: 13–14, 16–15, 18–17, 18–16
Ateneo wins series 2–0

Awards[edit]

Coaching changes[edit]

Team Old coach Reason New coach Old position
Preseason
La Salle school colors La Salle Dindo Pumaren Resigned Gee Abanilla PBA assistant coach
Midseason
UE school colors UE Jerry Codiñera Appointed UE Sports Consultant[4] Boysie Zamar UE Red Warriors' Coach (2001-2003)[4]

Following the resignation[5] of head coach Dindo Pumaren last September, the De La Salle Green Archers have tapped Gee Abanilla as his replacement.[6] Abanilla previously served as assistant coach for La Salle under former head coach Franz Pumaren and for the Petron Blaze Boosters prior to accepting the head coaching job.[5] In the preseason, he led the Green Archers to a 1st runner-up finish at the Filoil tournament.

Women's tournament[edit]

Elimination round[edit]

Results[edit]

Team AdU ADMU DLSU FEU NU UE UP UST
Adamson 74–70* 52–60 53–66 76–57 92–39 71–56 66–63
Ateneo 57–71 43–45 53–68 57–77 70–49 77–43 70–53
La Salle 66–47 48–45 58–63 45–46 67–47 58–45 77–53
FEU 66–61* 54–44 72–68 67–48 85–43 60–50 58–52
NU 69–77 71–75 64–75 50–58 96–59 61–53 59–52
UE 73–81 76–87 47–81 54–74 56–81 73–79 62–70
UP 52–74 50–69 31–48 56–66 66–61 58–72
UST 72–75 54–74 55–63 56–68 74–73* 88–75 78–70

      Win

      Loss


  • Number of asterisks (*) denotes the number of overtime periods.

Bracket[edit]

  Fourth-seed playoff
Knockout game
Semifinals
First-round playoff
Semifinals
No. 2 seed has twice-to-beat advantage
Finals
Best-of-five series with #1 seed possessing 1–0 lead
                                         


  1  FEU school colors FEU 64 70
  2  La Salle school colors La Salle 81     2  La Salle school colors La Salle 56 66
  3  Adamson school colors Adamson 68     3  Adamson school colors Adamson 73
   NU school colors NU 48     4  Ateneo school colors Ateneo 61
   Ateneo school colors Ateneo 50

Fourth-seed playoff[edit]

September 26
12 p.m.
4th seed
48–50 Ateneo school colors Ateneo Lady Eagles
Scoring by quarter: 9–12, 11–14, 13–9, 15–15

First round[edit]

September 30
12 p.m.
68–61 Ateneo school colors Ateneo Lady Eagles
Scoring by quarter: 17–17, 20–16, 14–15, 17–13

Semifinal[edit]

In the semifinals, La Salle has the twice-to-beat advantage, where they only have to win once, while their opponents twice, to progress.

October 3
12 p.m.
81–73 Adamson school colors Adamson Lady Falcons
Scoring by quarter: 26–23, 18–15, 19–14, 18–21
La Salle wins series in one game

Finals[edit]

FEU has to win two times, while their opponent has to win three times.

October 7
2:00 p.m.
64–56 La Salle school colors De La Salle Lady Archers
Scoring by quarter: 9–8, 9–13, 25–20, 21–15
October 11
10:00 a.m.
70–66 La Salle school colors De La Salle Lady Archers
Scoring by quarter: 16–21, 17–12, 22–16, 15–17
FEU wins series in two games

Awards[edit]

  • Finals Most Valuable Player: Marilourd Socorro Borja (FEU)
  • Season Most Valuable Player: Allana May Lim (FEU)
  • Rookie of the Year: Princess Joy Cochico (Adamson)
  • Mythical Five:
    • Allana May Lim (FEU
    • Marilourd Socorro Borja (FEU)
    • Aracelie Abaca (DLSU)
    • Maica Cortes (UST)
    • Mary Snow April Penaranda (AdU)

Juniors' tournament[edit]

Elimination round[edit]

Results[edit]

Team AdU ADMU DLSU FEU NU UE UP UST
Adamson 54–75 68–79 59–80 50–75 73–67 61–63 69–80
Ateneo 86–64 86–64 58–69 89–95 79–53 92–75 77–83
La Salle 65–61 80–92 67–70 74–80 78–67 66–61 71–78
FEU 76–55 73–70 71–56 70–62 87–45 76–46 82–66
NU 81–59 72–70 77–76 80–75 78–59 69–47 68–64
UE 54–86 60–88 77–90 39–93 78–86 44–60 55–105
UP 47–57 63–65 52–63 64–87 55–63 73–77
UST 72–62 72–64 85–63 82–79 72–67 75–52 61–52

      Win

      Loss


Bracket[edit]

  Semifinals
#1 & #2 have twice-to-beat advantage
Finals
Best-of-three series
                       
1  FEU school colors FEU-Diliman 70    
4  Ateneo school colors Ateneo 67    
  1  FEU school colors FEU-Diliman 78 113***
  2  NU school colors NU 77 109
2  NU school colors NU 78  
3  UST school colors UST 66    

Semifinals[edit]

In the semifinals, the higher seed has the twice-to-beat advantage, where they only have to win once, while their opponents twice, to progress.

FEU vs. Ateneo[edit]

September 30
1:45 p.m.
70–67 Ateneo school colors Ateneo Blue Eaglets
Scoring by quarter: 10–10, 19–20, 21–18, 20–19
FEU-Diliman wins series in one game

NU vs. UST[edit]

September 30
3:30 p.m.
78–66 UST school colors UST Tiger Cubs
Scoring by quarter: 23–17, 15–13, 21–12, 19–24
NU wins series in one game

Finals[edit]

October 7
3:30 p.m.
78–77 NU school colors NU Bullpups
Scoring by quarter: 15–12, 25–19, 10–24, 28–22
October 11
12:00 n.n.
113–109 3OT NU school colors NU Bullpups
Scoring by quarter: 26–21, 20–20, 13–18, 19–19, OT: 11–11, 11–11, 13–9
FEU wins series 2–0

Awards[edit]

  • Finals Most Valuable Player: Roger Domingo, Jr. (FEU)
  • Season Most Valuable Player: Jerie Marlon Pingoy (FEU)
  • Rookie of the Year: Reggienal Morido (NU)
  • Mythical Five:
    • Ferdinand Ravena III (Ateneo)
    • Jerie Marlon Pingoy (FEU)
    • Reggienal Morido (NU)
    • Alvin Gerard Ungria (UST)
    • Henri Lorenzo Subido (DLSZ)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "UAAP opens 'diamond season' on July 14". ABS-CBNnews.com (abs-cbnNEWS.com). 2012-06-12. Retrieved 2012-06-13. 
  2. ^ a b Payo, Jasmine (2012-06-12). "Twin bill fires off UAAP caging July 14". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved 2012-06-14. 
  3. ^ UAAP orders replay of FEU-NU match Inquirer Sports
  4. ^ a b Abasolo, Mike (2012-08-23). "Codinera Out As Red Warriors Head Coach". InboundPASS.com. Retrieved 2012-08-23. 
  5. ^ a b Payo, Jasmine (2011-10-20). "La Salle set to name Gee Abanilla head coach". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved 2012-06-14. 
  6. ^ Giongco, Mark (2011-10-26). "Gee Abanilla is La Salle Green Archers’ head coach". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved 2012-06-14. 
Preceded by
Season 74 (2011)
UAAP basketball seasons
Season 75 (2012)
Succeeded by
Season 76 (2013)