2010 Philippine Collegiate Championship

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2010 Philippine Collegiate Championship

Men's Finals 1 2 3 Wins
Ateneo school colors Ateneo Blue Eagles 78 70 73 2
Adamson school colors Adamson Falcons 80 59 67 1
Duration December 2–6
Arena/s Ninoy Aquino Stadium, PhilSports Arena, Filoil Flying V Arena
Finals MVP Nico Salva
Winning coach Norman Black
Semifinalists La Salle school colors De La Salle Green Archers
UC's school colors UC Webmasters
TV network/s Studio 23
< Season 7 2010 Season 9 >

The 2010 Philippine Collegiate Championship is the third tournament of the Philippine Collegiate Championship (PCC) for basketball. The champion teams from the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP), National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), the Cebu Schools Athletic Foundation, Inc. (CESAFI) and 3 other Metro Manila leagues took part in the final tournament dubbed as the "Sweet Sixteen". Other teams had to qualify in the zonal tournaments to round out the 16 teams in the tournament.

The defending champions Ateneo Blue Eagles defeated the Adamson Soaring Falcons in the championship to make it back-to-back; the De La Salle Green Archers and the UC Webmasters disputed third place, with La Salle winning. ABS-CBN Sports was the coverage partner, with games airing on Studio 23.

Tournament format[edit]

  • Top 4 teams from the NCAA and the UAAP and the CESAFI finalists qualify automatically to the national quarterfinals.
  • Fifth to sixth teams from the NCAA and UAAP qualify to the zonal qualifying games.
  • Champions from regional league qualify to the regional championship.
  • Best teams from the regional championship qualify for the zonal qualifying games.
  • Best seven teams from the zonal qualifying games qualify to the national quarterfinals
  • Teams are seeded 1 to 16th at the national quarterfinals in a single elimination format up to the Finals, which is a best-of-3 format, with a playoff for third.

Qualifying[edit]

Automatic qualifiers[edit]

Team League Elim. round
finish
Playoff finish Qualified as
FEU school colors FEU Tamaraws UAAP 1st (12-2) Defeated by Ateneo in the Finals UAAP runner-up
Ateneo school colors Ateneo Blue Eagles UAAP 2nd (10-4) Defeated FEU in the Finals UAAP champion
Adamson school colors Adamson Falcons UAAP 3rd (9-5) Eliminated by Ateneo in the semifinals UAAP semifinalist
La Salle school colors De La Salle Green Archers UAAP 4th (8-6) Eliminated by FEU in the semifinals UAAP semifinalist
San Beda school colors San Beda Red Lions NCAA 1st (16-0) Defeated San Sebastian in the Finals NCAA champion
SSC-R school colors San Sebastian Stags NCAA 2nd (13-3) Defeated by San Beda in the Finals NCAA runner-up
JRU school colors JRU Heavy Bombers NCAA 3rd (12-4) Eliminated by San Sebastian in the semifinals via stepladder NCAA semifinalist
Mapua school colors Mapúa Cardinals NCAA 4th (9-7) Eliminated by JRU in the semifinals via stepladder NCAA semifinalist
JRU colors.svg UC Webmasters CESAFI Defeated UV in the Finals CESAFI champion
La Salle colors.svg UV Green Lancers CESAFI Defeated by U of Cebu in the Finals CESAFI runner-up

Zonal qualifiers[edit]

Qualified to the Sweet 16
Team League Elim. round
finish
Playoff finish Qualified as Zonal tournament
St. Francis Doves UCLAAI Defeated CCP in the Finals UCLAAI champion Luzon-MM Interzonals
Lyceum Pirates ISSA 1st (10-0) Defeated La Consolacion in the Finals ISAA champion Luzon-MM Interzonals
UM Hawks NAASCU 1st (19-2) Defeated STI College in the Finals NAASCU champion Luzon-MM Interzonals
Sta. Monica Cougars UCAA 1st (9-1) Defeated Olivarez College in the Finals UCAA champion Luzon-MM Interzonals
UBaguio Cardinals BBEAL 1st (11-0) Defeated the U of Cordilleras in the Finals BBEAL champion Luzon-MM Interzonals
CCDI Wildcats BICS 1st (9-0) Defeated the Lewis College in the Finals BICS champion Luzon-MM Interzonals
UPHS Laguna NCAA South 3rd (6-3) Defeated Don Bosco in the Finals NCAA South champion Luzon-MM Interzonals
NU school colors NU Bulldogs UAAP 5th (7-7) Did not qualify UAAP fifth place Luzon-MM Interzonals
UE school colors UE Red Warriors UAAP 6th (6-8) Did not qualify UAAP sixth place Luzon-MM Interzonals
Letran school colors Letran Knights NCAA 5th (7-9) Did not qualify NCAA fifth place Luzon-MM Interzonals
Arellano school colors Arellano Chiefs NCAA 6th (6-10) Did not qualify NCAA sixth place Luzon-MM Interzonals
SBC-A Red Lions NCAA South 1st (9-0) Eliminated by UPHS Laguna in the semifinals NCAA South semifinalist Luzon-MM Interzonals
U of Iloilo Wildcats ISSA 1st (7-0) Defeated USA in the Finals ISAA champion VisMin Interzonals
SWU Cobras CESAFI 3rd (1-2) Did not qualify CESAFI third place VisMin Interzonals
USC Warriors CESAFI 4th (1-2) Did not qualify CESAFI fourth place VisMin Interzonals
AIFC Sailors DBL 1st (7-0) Defeated Ateneo de Davao in the Finals DBL champion VisMin Interzonals

Zonal qualifying[edit]

Qualified to the Sweet 16

Luzon-MM Interzonals[edit]

Team W L PCT GB
Letran Knights 2 0 1.000 --
Lyceum Pirates 2 0 1.000 --
NU Bulldogs 2 0 1.000 --
UE Red Warriors 2 0 1.000 --
Arellano Chiefs 1 1 .500 1
St. Francis Doves 1 1 .500 1
Sta. Monica Cougars 1 1 .500 1
UM Hawks 1 1 .500 1
CCDI Wildcats 0 2 .000 2
SBC-A Red Lions 0 2 .000 2
UBaguio Cardinals 0 2 .000 2
UPHS Laguna Saints 0 2 .000 2
November 10
St. Francis Doves 72–63 UBaguio Cardinals
November 10
Lyceum Pirates 93–55 CCDI Wildcats
November 10
UM Hawks 65–53 UPHS Laguna Saints
November 10
Sta. Monica Cougars 93–44 SBC-A Red Lions
November 11
UBaguio Cardinals 42–76 Letran Knights
November 11
CCDI Wildcats 80–94 Arellano Chiefs
November 11
UPHS Laguna Saints 44–80 UE Red Warriors
November 11
NU Bulldogs 75–57 SBC-A Red Lions
November 12
UE Red Warriors 100–74 UM Hawks
November 12
Letran Knights 66–61 St. Francis Doves
November 12
Sta. Monica Cougars 61–69 NU Bulldogs
November 12
Arellano Chiefs 65–68 Lyceum Pirates

VisMin Interzonals[edit]

Team W L PCT GB Tie
USC Warriors 3 0 1.000 --
U of Iloilo Wildcats 1 2 .333 2 1.014
AIFC Sailors 1 2 .333 2 1.013
SWU Cobras 1 2 .333 2 0.975
November 14
SWU Cobras 71–62 AIFC Sailors
Cebu City Coliseum, Cebu City
November 14
USC Warriors 87–74 U of Iloilo Wildcats
Cebu City Coliseum, Cebu City
November 15
U of Iloilo Wildcats 74–84 AIFC Sailors
Cebu City Coliseum, Cebu City
November 15
SWU Cobras 53–57 USC Warriors
Cebu City Coliseum, Cebu City
November 16
SWU Cobras 67–83 U of Iloilo Wildcats
Cebu City Coliseum, Cebu City
November 16
USC Warriors 83–81 AIFC Sailors
Cebu City Coliseum, Cebu City

Bracket[edit]

Round of 16 Quarter-finals Semi-finals Best-of-3 Finals
                           
November 23 – Filoil Flying V Arena            
 Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo  76
November 25 – Filoil Flying V Arena
 Lyceum colors.svg Lyceum  66  
 Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo  65
November 22 – Filoil Flying V Arena
   Mapua colors.svg Mapua  56  
 Mapua colors.svg Mapua  74
November 30 – Filoil Flying V Arena
 NU colors.svg NU  61  
 Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo  74
November 18 – Cebu Coliseum
   JRU colors.svg U of Cebu  54  
 JRU colors.svg U of Cebu  96
November 19 – Cebu Coliseum
 USJ-R colors.svg U of Iloilo  66  
 JRU colors.svg U of Cebu  83
November 18 – Cebu Coliseum
   FEU colors.svg USC  67  
 La Salle colors.svg UV  64
December 2–6 - ULTRA
 FEU colors.svg USC  71  
 Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo  2
November 25 – Filoil Flying V Arena
   Adamson colors.svg Adamson  1
 San Beda colors.svg San Beda  86
November 29 – Filoil Flying V Arena
 San Beda colors.svg UE  64  
 San Beda colors.svg San Beda  74
November 22 – Filoil Flying V Arena
   La Salle colors.svg La Salle  84  
 La Salle colors.svg La Salle  70
November 30 - Filoil Flying V Arena
 Letran colors.svg Letran  56  
 La Salle colors.svg La Salle  59
November 19 – Cebu Coliseum
   Adamson colors.svg Adamson  67   Third Place
 FEU colors.svg FEU  64
November 29 – Filoil Flying V Arena December 2 - Ninoy Aquino Stadium
 JRU colors.svg JRU  60  
 FEU colors.svg FEU  57  JRU colors.svg U of Cebu  71
November 23 – Filoil Flying V Arena
   Adamson colors.svg Adamson  75    La Salle colors.svg La Salle  82
 SSC-R colors.svg SSC-R  54
 Adamson colors.svg Adamson  65  

Finals[edit]

The Finals is a best-of-3 series. The team that wins two games first is named the champion.

December 2
78–80 Adamson school colors Adamson Falcons
December 5
70–59 Adamson school colors Adamson Falcons
December 6
73–67 Adamson school colors Adamson Falcons
Ateneo wins series 2-1

Awards[edit]

The awardees are:

Juniors' tournament[edit]

This tournament was added only in 2010. The runner-ups of the NCAA and UAAP will battle for the third spot while the champion of each league will battle for the top spot.

Battle for third[edit]

December 2
UST Tiger Cubs UST colors.svg 74–68 SSC-R colors.svg SSC-R Staglets

Championship[edit]

December 5
Ateneo Blue Eaglets Ateneo colors.svg 87–85 San Beda colors.svg San Beda Red Cubs

External links[edit]

Preceded by
2009
Philippine Collegiate Championship
2010
Succeeded by
2011