1994 Sta. Lucia Realtors season

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1994 Sta. Lucia Realtors season
Head coach Nat Canson
All Filipino Cup results
Record 7–11
Place 5th
Playoff finish Semifinals
Commissioner's Cup results
Record 3–8
Place 7th
Playoff finish N/A
Governor's Cup results
Record 1–9
Place 8th
Playoff finish N/A
Sta. Lucia Realtors seasons
1993 1995

The 1994 Sta. Lucia Realtors season was the second season of the franchise in the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA).

Off-season transactions[edit]

Expedito Falcasantos Drafted rookie
Vidal Librada Drafted rookie
Ramon SingsonDrafted rookie
Romeo Dela Rosa Acquired from Shell when they traded Paul Alvarez
Victor Villarias Rookie free agent signed
Roberto Jabar Acquired from Pepsi Mega


The Sta.Lucia Realtors pulled off a 111-108 victory over Tondeña 65 Rhum in the opening game of the league's 20th season on March 6. [1] The Realtors won five of their first six games in the All-Filipino Cup, they scored their fourth win against San Miguel on March 22 and handed the beermen their first loss in four games in a 103-93 victory as Jun Limpot scored 35 points. [2] Their fifth win came four days later in an out-of-town game in Sta.Cruz, Laguna, repeating over Tondeña 65 Rhum, 110-105. [3] Sta.Lucia placed fifth in the All-Filipino Cup, winning just once in the semifinal round after a 6-4 won-loss slate in the eliminations.

In the Commissioner's Cup, the Realtors couldn't search for the right import and came up with Christopher Ward, who was fresh out of college and was range against last year's best import awardee Ronnie Thompkins of Swift in his first and only game, scoring only 12 points in a losing cause. [4] Ward was replaced by Louis Ely, who lasted two games with the Realtors. When Lambert Shell, their import last season who led Sta.Lucia to a third-place finish became available, the Realtors hired him in place of Ely. Lambert Shell was also their import in the Governor's Cup and both conferences, the Realtors bombed out and failed to advance into the semifinal round.


Expedito Falcasantos 5 Forward 6"4' Cebu Central Colleges
Vidal Librada 9 Center-Forward 6"2' University of San Jose Recoletos
Peter Jao 11 Guard-Forward 5"11' University of San Jose Recoletos
Romeo Dela Rosa 12 Forward 6"2' South Western University
Gerald Esplana 14 Guard 6"0' Far Eastern University
Roberto Jabar 18 Forward 6"0' South Western University
Boyet Fernandez 19 Guard 5"9' University of San Agustin
Victor Villarias 21 Guard-Forward 6"1' University of the East
Melchor Teves 27 Guard 6"2' San Sebastian College
Jack Tanuan 41 Center 6"5' Far Eastern University
Ramon Singson 44 Guard 6"0' University of Santo Tomas
Maximo Delantes 50 Forward-Center 6"2' University of the Visayas
Alejandro De Guzman 62 Forward 6"2' Far Eastern University
Zandro Limpot 72 Center-Forward 6"5' De La Salle University
Chris Ward Commissioner's Cup import 00 Forward 6"5' Texas Christian University
Louis Ely Commissioner's Cup import 33 Center-Forward 6"5' University of Wisconsin
Lambert Shell Commissioner's/Governor's Cup import 42 Guard-Forward 6"2' University of Bridgeport

Assistant coaches: Adonis Tierra / Joshua Villapando Team Manager: Buddy Encarnado