Filoil Flying V Preseason Premier Cup

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Filoil Flying V Preseason Cup
Most recent season or competition:
2018 Filoil Flying V Preseason Premier Cup
SportBasketball
Founded2006
No. of teams18
Country Philippines
Most recent
champion(s)
Ateneo Blue Eagles (Seniors)
Malayan Red Robins (Juniors)
TV partner(s)ABS-CBN Sports and Action (2007-2016)
ESPN5 (2018–)[1]

The Filoil Flying V Preseason Cup is the biggest pre-season collegiate basketball tournament in the Philippines. It is organized by Filoil Flying V Sports. It gathers teams mainly from the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP) and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), but also include some invited teams such as the RP Youth under-18 team and teams from other leagues, in a basketball tournament just before the start of the collegiate season.

History[edit]

It was first held as a post-season tournament in 2006 where it was named Homegrown Invitational Cup. Starting in 2007, Filoil Flying V Sports decided to hold it every summer and it was subsequently known as Filoil Flying V Preseason Cup. The De La Salle Green Archers won the first two editions of the tournament.[2] Teams from the UAAP has since then, dominated the tournament, winning 4 of the first 5 seasons. The tournament has been aired on television by coverage partner, ABS-CBN Sports, through ABS-CBN Sports+Action until 2016. Following a year without its coverage partner for the 2017 cup, the cup was returned to television this time on ESPN5 through The 5 Network and AksyonTV for the 2018 cup.

Tournament format[edit]

Its format consists of dividing the teams into 2 groups featuring single round robin elimination games among teams of the same group to determine the playoff teams. The playoffs feature a crossover format, with the top seeds of each group facing off against the 4th seed of their opposites and the 2nd seeds slugging it out with the opposite side’s 3rd seeds until a champion is determined.

Tournament results[edit]

Per tournament[edit]

Season Finals Third-place game
Champion Score Final opponent Third place Score Fourth place
2006 La Salle's school colors
La Salle
(UAAP)
79–67 JRU's school colors
JRU
(NCAA)
FEU's school colors
FEU
(UAAP)
72–63 San Beda's school colors
UE
(UAAP)
2007 La Salle's school colors
La Salle
(UAAP)
89–81 San Beda's school colors
San Beda
(NCAA)
San Beda's school colors
UE
(UAAP)
95–77 NU's school colors
NU
(UAAP)
2008 San Beda's school colors
UE
(UAAP)
81–65 San Beda's school colors
San Beda
(NCAA)
La Salle's school colors
La Salle
(UAAP)
79–60 Adamson's school colors
Adamson
(UAAP)
2009 FEU's school colors
FEU
(UAAP)
84–78 San Beda's school colors
UE
(UAAP)
SSC-R's school colors
San Sebastian
(NCAA)
87–78 San Beda's school colors
San Beda
(NCAA)
2010 SSC-R's school colors
San Sebastian
(NCAA)
79–78 FEU's school colors
FEU
(UAAP)
Adamson's school colors
Adamson
(UAAP)
57–55 JRU's school colors
JRU
(NCAA)
2011 Ateneo's school colors
Ateneo
(UAAP)
75–56 San Beda's school colors
San Beda
(NCAA)
FEU's school colors
FEU
(UAAP)
65–57 Adamson's school colors
Adamson
(UAAP)
2012 NU's school colors
NU
(UAAP)
64–54 La Salle's school colors
La Salle
(UAAP)
Ateneo's school colors
Ateneo
(UAAP)
66–55 San Beda's school colors
San Beda
(NCAA)
2013 San Beda's school colors
UE
(UAAP)
81–68 NU's school colors
NU
(UAAP)
San Beda's school colors
San Beda
(NCAA)
74–70 UST's school colors
UST
(UAAP)
2014 La Salle's school colors
La Salle
(UAAP)
71–66 San Beda's school colors
San Beda
(NCAA)
CEU's school colors
CEU
(NAASCU)
73–58 SWU's school colors
SWU
(CESAFI)
2015 San Beda's school colors
San Beda
(NCAA)
79–53 La Salle's school colors
La Salle
(UAAP)
JRU's school colors
JRU
(NCAA)
71–69 FEU's school colors
FEU
(UAAP)
2016[3] La Salle's school colors
La Salle
(UAAP)
86–74 Arellano's school colors
Arellano
(NCAA)
Ateneo's school colors
Ateneo
(UAAP)
66–54 NU's school colors
NU
(UAAP)
2017 San Beda's school colors
San Beda
(NCAA)
75–72 La Salle's school colors
La Salle
(UAAP)
Lyceum's school colors
Lyceum
(NCAA)
82–75 JRU's school colors
JRU
(NCAA)
2018 Ateneo's school colors
Ateneo
(UAAP)
76–62 San Beda's school colors
San Beda
(NCAA)
FEU's school colors
FEU
(UAAP)
78–58 CSB's school colors
CSB
(NCAA)

Per school[edit]

School 1st, gold medalist(s) 2nd, silver medalist(s) 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Total
La Salle school colors De La Salle University 4 3 1 8
San Beda school colors San Beda University 2 5 1 8
FEU school colors Far Eastern University 1 1 3 5
Ateneo school colors Ateneo de Manila University 2 0 2 4
UE school colors University of the East 2 1 1 4
NU school colors National University 1 1 0 2
SSC-R school colors San Sebastian College–Recoletos 1 0 1 2
JRU school colors Jose Rizal University 0 1 1 2
Arellano school colors Arellano University 0 1 0 1
Adamson school colors Adamson University 0 0 1 1
CEU school colors Centro Escolar University 0 0 1 1
Lyceum school colors Lyceum of the Philippines University 0 0 1 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cruz, Danine (April 9, 2018). "Premier Cup boasts 19 squads, returns to TV". Tiebreaker Times. Retrieved April 14, 2018.
  2. ^ "Archers, Blazers on the rise". Manila Bulletin. Manila Bulletin Publishing Corp. 2011-03-24. Retrieved 2011-03-30.
  3. ^ Ganglani, Naveen (June 12, 2016). "Mbala dominates as DLSU wins Filoil title". Rappler. Retrieved June 14, 2016.

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