NCAA Season 89 basketball tournaments

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NCAA Season 89
Host schoolCollege of Saint Benilde
Men's Finals 1 23Wins
San Beda school colors San Beda Red Lions 80 74602
Letran school colors Letran Knights 68 79561
DurationNovember 11–16, 2013
Arena(s)Mall of Asia Arena
Finals MVPArthur Dela Cruz
Winning coachBoyet Fernandez (1st title)
SemifinalistsSSC-R school colors San Sebastian Stags
UPHD school colors Perpetual Altas
TV network(s)AksyonTV, TV5
Juniors' Finals 1 2Wins
San Beda school colors San Beda Red Cubs 79 652
CSB school colors La Salle Greenies 68 590
DurationNovember 11–14, 2013
Arena(s)Mall of Asia Arena
Finals MVPArvin Tolentino
Winning coachJB Sison (1st title)
SemifinalistsSSC-R school colors San Sebastian Staglets
Mapua school colors Malayan Red Robins
TV network(s)AksyonTV, TV5
< Season 88 2013 Season 90 >

The basketball tournaments of NCAA Season 89 are the Philippines' National Collegiate Athletic Association tournaments for basketball in its 2013–14 season. De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde hosted the season, starting with an opening ceremony held on June 22, 2013, at the Mall of Asia Arena followed by a double-header.[1] Games then are subsequently being held at Filoil Flying V Arena, with seniors' games on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays aired on AksyonTV.

Seniors' tournament[edit]

Elimination round[edit]

Results[edit]

Team AU CSJL CSB EAC JRU LPU MIT SBC SSC-R UPHSD
AU 57–67 62–69 63–79 67–64 68–60 65–59 54–67 76–78 66–73
CSJL 70–59 61–60 79–74 69–66* 61–53 87–68 74–67 74–69 66–80
CSB 70–76 89–95* 72–73 71–73 74–69 84–64 70–71 78–80 89–90*
EAC 70–71 87–64 85–83 79–85 83–76 89–80 65–80 74–81 49–69
JRU 54–63 50–75 55–57 68–78 72–73 83–72 41–65 67–63 70–78
LPU 75–76 80–76 66–54 63–71 73–72 78-69 70–66 60–55 84–61
MIT 75-115 70–77 62–74 76–82 56–73 69-78 53–78 104–99** 68–73
SBC 78–62 76–72 65–46 71–64 68–54 81–63 76–81 83–64 72–65
SSC-R 49–54 68–75 69–62 90–69 71–62 58–53 72–63 68–72 78–77*
UPHSD 82–80 61–74 68–89 68–70 64–61 61–84 73–65 76–78* 65–71
  •   Win
  •   OT Win
  •   Loss
  •   OT Loss

Bracket[edit]

  3rd-seed playoff Semifinals
#1 & #2 have twice-to-beat advantage
Finals
Best-of-three series
                               
    1 San Beda school colors San Beda 70    
    4 UPHD school colors Perpetual 51    
   
 
SSC-R school colors SSC-R 81       1 San Beda school colors San Beda 80 74 60
UPHD school colors Perpetual 71         2 Letran school colors Letran 68 79 56
 
 
  2 Letran school colors Letran 85  
  3 SSC-R school colors SSC-R 35    

Third–seed playoff[edit]

Winner faces Letran, while loser faces San Beda, in the semifinals. Either way, both teams have to win twice in the semifinals to progress.

October 29
4:00 p.m.
San Sebastian Stags SSC-R school colors 81–71 UPHD school colors Perpetual Altas

Semifinals[edit]

Letran and San Beda have the twice-to-beat advantage; they only have to win once, while their opponents twice, to advance to the Finals.

San Beda vs. UPHSD[edit]

November 7
2:30 p.m.
San Beda Red Lions San Beda school colors 70–51 UPHD school colors Perpetual Altas
Scoring by quarter: 11-9, 10-24, 17-12, 32-14
San Beda wins series in one game

Letran vs. San Sebastian[edit]

November 7
12:30 p.m.
Letran Knights Letran school colors 85–58 SSC-R school colors San Sebastian Stags
Letran wins series in one game

Finals[edit]

The finals is a best-of-3 series.

November 11
2:30 p.m.
San Beda Red Lions San Beda school colors 80–68 Letran school colors Letran Knights
Scoring by quarter: 12-12, 14-12, 21-29, 33-15
November 14
2:30 p.m.
San Beda Red Lions San Beda school colors 74–79 Letran school colors Letran Knights
Scoring by quarter: 12-17, 25-15, 14-21, 23-25
November 16
2:00 p.m.
San Beda Red Lions San Beda school colors 60–56 Letran school colors Letran Knights
Scoring by quarter: 14-7, 10-23, 21-13, 15-13
San Beda wins series 2–1

Awards[edit]

  • MVP: Raymond Almazan (Letran)
  • Mythical Five:
    • Raymond Almazan (Letran)
    • Ola Adeogun (San Beda)
    • Harold Arboleda (UPHSD)
    • Nosa Omorgbe (UPHSD)
    • Noube Happy (EAC)
  • Defensive Player of the Year: Raymond Almazan (Letran)
  • Rookie of the Year: Juneric Baloria (UPHSD)
  • Most Improved Player: Michael Mabulac (JRU)

Juniors' tournament[edit]

Elimination round[edit]

Results[edit]

Team AU CSJL CSB-LSGH EAC-ICA JRU LPU MHSS SBC-R SSC-R UPHSD
AU 65–72 55–79 76–63 78–80 70–62 54–73 51–108 44–87 73–75
CSJL 88–65 42–64 87–49 61–67 71–62 58–66 86–100 61–75 79–60
CSB-LSGH 71–50 65–36 88–49 74–63 79–38 65–83 59–83 52–62 80–66
EAC-ICA 82–65 66–76 58–92 82–94 80–63 86–101 59–108 67–77 64–83
JRU 70–63 71–75 62–78 66–52 78–48 69–61 54–90 63–80 87–64
LPU 56–66 42–55 50–88 76–78 50–58 58–91 38–119 46–105 64–85
MHSS 76–53 56–54 71–89 90–67 64–67 83–45 61–83 60–63 97–58
SBC-R 96–56 95–84 86–71 102–78 94–74 108–60 73–55 87–75 98–63
SSC-R 96–73 84–75 73–66 83–50 74–68 96–60 67–76 72–77 110–75
UPHSD 72–54 77–70 59–85 65–61 71–78 83–68 71–81 46–85 49–84
  •   Win
  •   OT Win
  •   Loss
  •   OT Loss

Bracket[edit]

  Stepladder round 1
One-game playoff
Semifinals
One-game playoff
Finals
No. 1 seed has to win twice; opponent thrice
                               
    1 San Beda school colors San Beda 79 65
    2 SSC-R school colors SSC-R 72     3 CSB school colors LSGH 68 59
  3 CSB school colors LSGH (OT) 59     3 CSB school colors LSGH 76  
  4 Mapua school colors MHSS 56  

Semifinals[edit]

Each game is sudden-death.

First round[edit]

November 7
10:00 a.m.
La Salle Greenies CSB school colors 59–56 Mapua school colors Malayan Red Robins

Second round[edit]

November 9
12:00 p.m.
San Sebastian Staglets SSC-R school colors 72–76 CSB school colors La Salle Greenies

Finals[edit]

November 11
12:30 p.m.
San Beda Red Cubs San Beda school colors 79–68 CSB school colors La Salle Greenies
Scoring by quarter: 23-12, 19-20, 20-19, 17-17
November 14
12:30 p.m.
San Beda Red Cubs San Beda school colors 65–59 CSB school colors La Salle Greenies
San Beda wins series in two games

Awards[edit]

  • MVP: Rashleigh Paolo Rivero (LSGH)
  • Mythical Five:
    • Rashleigh Paolo Rivero (LSGH)
    • Jeric Adorio (JRU)
    • Kobe Paras (LSGH)
    • Michael Calisaan (San Sebastian)
    • Rhanzelle Yong (San Sebastian)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Decena, Karl (2013-06-22). "NCAA shows solidarity in colorful Season 89 opening ceremonies". interaksyon.com. Retrieved 2013-10-03.

Overall Championship points[edit]

Pts. Position
40 Champion
35 2nd
30 3rd
35 4th
30 5th
20 6th
10 7th
8 8th
6 9th
4 10th
Did not join
WD Withdrew

In case of ties, the team with the higher position in any tournament is ranked higher; if both are still tied, they are listed by alphabetical order.

External links[edit]

Preceded by
Season 88 (2012)
NCAA basketball seasons
Season 89 (2013)
Succeeded by
Season 90 (2014)