EAC Generals

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EAC Generals
Emilio Aguinaldo College
League NCAA
Joined UCAA: 2002-2008
NCRAA
NCAA: 2009-present
Location Ermita, Manila
Team colors White and Red
Women's team Lady Generals
Juniors' team EAC-ICA Brigadiers
Seniors' general championships
Juniors' general championships

The Emilio Aguinaldo College (EAC) Generals are the varsity teams of Emilio Aguinaldo College of Ermita, Manila. They currently play at the Universities and Colleges Athletic Association (UCAA) and the National Capital Region Athletic Association (NCRAA). The Immaculate Conception Academy (ICA) is paired as the junior (high school) varsity team of the Emilio Aguinaldo College (EAC). The EAC-ICA Brigadiers is the junior team of EAC Generals.

They will play as a guest team in the 2009–10 season of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (Philippines).

UCAA[edit]

The Generals are one of the charter members of the UCAA in 2002; they first won the men's basketball title in 2004 where they defeated two-time runner-up Philippine School of Business Administration Jaguars. They would later win the next two UCAA championships mostly due to exploits of Ronjay Buenafe.

In 2007, the Generals failed to make it to the championship round of the UCAA men's basketball championships, a trend that continued until the 2008 season.

NCRAA[edit]

While the UCAA holds its basketball tournaments during the first semester (June–October) of the academic year, the NCRAA holds its basketball tournaments during the second semester (November–March) allowing the Generals (and several UCAA teams) to compete in the NCRAA. The Generals also clinched the 2005 title, while they were eliminated in the playoffs during the 2006 season. In the 2007 season, the Generals met the Arellano Chiefs in the best-of-three finals series. After tying the series 1–1, the Chiefs, through their defense that limited Buenafe to six points, defeated the Generals to win their first NCRAA title.[1]

NCAA[edit]

With the departure of Philippine Christian University (PCU) Dolphins after exposure of several juniors' players enrolling with forged documents, the NCAA originally opened its doors for new members, and EAC was one of the schools that lodged their application.[2] EAC was named as one of the frontrunners,[3] but the NCAA Policy Board failed to garner enough number of votes to admit a new member which closed the doors for new members for their 2009–10 season.[4]

However, the NCAA invited "guest teams" instead, and EAC along with the AUF Great Danes and fellow NCRAA member Arellano, were accepted as guest teams for the 2009–10 season, where they are also eligible to win championships.[5]

EAC, along with two other teams, finished sixth in the 2009 season with a 6–12 record, two games behind fifth place Arellano, the best performer among the guest teams.[6]

In 2015, EAC, along with Lyceum is accredited as full members of the NCAA, based from their performance in Season 90.

Teams[edit]

EAC Generals NCAA Season 92 Men's Basketball Roster[edit]

EAC Generals roster
Players Coaches
Pos. # Nat. Name Height Weight Playing yr. High School
PG 4 Philippines Pascua, Raymund C. 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
Rookie Malayan HS
F 5 Philippines Bonleon, Mario Emmanuel II T. 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
Rookie SSCR HS
F 6 Philippines Pascual, Faustine O. 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
3rd SSCR HS
C 7 Cameroon Mbang, Adoum Abba 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m)
2nd
G 8 Philippines Mejos, Christ Fernan M. 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
4th Mapandan Catholic School
G 9 Philippines Morada, Jose Remy II B. 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
3rd HCCD
F 10 Philippines Serrano, Jerald G. 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
3rd St. Augustine Academy of Pampanga
PG 11 Philippines General, Joshua Macdaniel P. 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
2nd UPIS
PG 12 Philippines Munsayac, Francis John T.  (C) 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
4th SBC HS
G 13 Philippines Corilla, Dan Kenneth E. 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
2nd Arellano University
F 14 Philippines Diego, Enjerico John J. 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
2nd Malayan HS
F 15 Philippines Estacio, John Edric C. 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
2nd FEU Diliman
F 17 Philippines Onwubere, Sidney Nelson B. 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
3rd ICA-EAC
C 18 Cameroon Laminou, Hamadou 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m)
2nd
Head coach
  • Philippines Ariel Sison
Assistant coach(es)

Volleyball[edit]

NCAA Season 91 Women's Volleyball Roster[edit]

Source:[7]

# Name
1.) Chellesi Joy Chan
2.) Janine Arielle Danao
3.) Yvette Tongco
4.) Jaylene May Lumbo
5.) Glyka Mariz Medina
6.) Kyle delos Santos
7.) Ma. Nergiña Pangdangan
8.) Edelyn Suarez
9.) Kristine Elaine Santos
10.) Maria Paulyn Castillo
11.) Denizelle Ann Rasing
12.) Ladeisheen Loar Magbanua
13.) Mikee Ella de Jesus
15.) Yvonne Mae Tasis

Coach: Leovino Rivera

NCAA Season 91 Men's Volleyball Roster[edit]

# Name
1.) Roman Mendoza
2.) Karlo Gorospe
3.) Hariel Doguna
4.) Kerth Melizza
6.) Czarles Garcia
7.) Howard Mojica
8.) Nicco Bihag
9.) Israel Encina
10.) Jhett Benitez
11.) Aljon Barbuco
13.) Zedrick John Cilocilo
14.) Denzel Cedrix Rasing
15.) Jan Cedrick Item
17.) Kane Gabriel Ambanta

Coach: Rodrigo Palmero

NCAA Season 91 Junior's Volleyball Roster[edit]

# Name
1.) Michael Vince Imperial
3.) Ceejay Hicap
4.) Anke
5.) Ederson Rebusora
6.) Aelan Marc Concepcion
7.) Ferbin Colmenar
8.) Bhim Lawrence Diones
9.) Mario Dua, Jr.
10.) Joeffred Amores
11.) Ralph Joshua Pitogo
13.) Neu Genesis Bihag
17.) Jan Railey Nato
18.) Hernan Donde Cervantes

Coach: Ricardo Paez

NCAA Season 91 Beach Volleyball Roster[edit]

Women's

  • Jaylene May Lumbo
  • Yvonne Joyce Reyes
  • Glyka Mariz Medina

Men's

  • Kerth Melliza
  • Howard Mojica
  • Israel Encina

Juniors

  • Cee-Jay Hicap
  • Ederson Rebusora
  • Mario Dua, Jr.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Arellano Chiefs clinch NCRAA crown, The Manila Times
  2. ^ "NCAA to announce new team before year ends". GMANews.tv. 16 October 2008. Retrieved 19 January 2009. 
  3. ^ Atencio, Peter (2 January 2009). "NCAA prunes down choices to 3". Manila Standard Today. Retrieved 19 January 2009. 
  4. ^ "NCAA suspends admission of new members for 2009". GMANews.tv. 3 February 2009. Retrieved 4 February 2009. 
  5. ^ Legaspi, Perry (3 June 2009). "Guest teams given chance to vie for NCAA titles". GMANews.tv. Retrieved 6 June 2009. 
  6. ^ "JRU to keenly watch San Sebastian-San Beda game". GMANews.tv. 10 October 2009. Retrieved 26 December 2009. 
  7. ^ "NCAA Season 91 Women's Volleyball Lineups". ABS-CBN Sports. 26 November 2015. Retrieved 27 November 2015.