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UAAP Season 69
69th season logo.
"Achieving Excellence in Sports Through Unity, Harmony and Commitment"
Host school San Beda colors.svg University of the East
Overall champions
Seniors UST school colors UST Growling Tigers
Juniors UST school colors UST Tiger Cubs
Seniors' champions
Sport Men Women
Basketball UST school colors UST UST school colors UST
Volleyball FEU school colors FEU UST school colors UST
Chess FEU school colors FEU UST school colors UST
Table tennis FEU school colors FEU UST school colors UST
Taekwondo UST school colors UST UST school colors UST
Judo UST school colors UST UP school colors UP
Swimming UP school colors UP UST school colors UST
Beach Volleyball (DS) FEU school colors FEU Adamson school colors Adamson
Track and field FEU school colors FEU FEU school colors FEU
Football UST school colors UST FEU school colors FEU
Fencing UE school colors UE Ateneo school colors Ateneo
Tennis UST school colors UST UST school colors UST
Badminton FEU school colors FEU FEU school colors FEU
Baseball UST school colors UST N/A
Softball N/A Adamson school colors Adamson
Cheerdance UST school colors UST (Ex - Coed)
Juniors' champions
Sport Boys Girls
Basketball Ateneo school colors Ateneo N/A
Volleyball UE school colors UE UE school colors UE
Chess UE school colors UE N/A
Table tennis UST school colors UST N/A
Taekwondo UST school colors UST N/A
Judo (DS) Ateneo school colors Ateneo N/A
Swimming Ateneo school colors Ateneo UP school colors UP
Track and field UST school colors UST N/A
(Ex) = Exhibition; (DS) = Demonstration Sport
< Season 68 UAAP seasons Season 70 >

UAAP Season 69 was the 2006-07 season of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines. The University of the East was the season host with the theme “Achieving Excellence in Sports Through Unity, Harmony and Commitment.” The season started with basketball competition on July 8, 2006 at the Araneta Coliseum.

Basketball[edit]

Qualified for the Finals
Qualified for semifinals with twice to beat advantage
Qualified for semifinals
Qualified for the first round
Qualified for knockout game

Men's tournament[edit]

Elimination round[edit]

Team standings progression in the men's basketball tournament.
# Team W L PCT GB Tie
1 Ateneo school colors Ateneo Blue Eagles 10 2 .833 --
2 UE school colors UE Red Warriors 8 4 .667 2
3 UST school colors UST Growling Tigers 6 6 .500 4 Symbol confirmed.svg
4 Adamson school colors Adamson Falcons 6 6 .500 4 Symbol unrelated.svg
5 FEU school colors FEU Tamaraws 5 7 .417 5
6 UP school colors UP Fighting Maroons 4 8 .333 6
7 NU school colors NU Bulldogs 3 9 .250 7
8 La Salle school colors De La Salle Green Archers Suspended

Host team in boldface.

Tiebreaker: UST defeats Adamson on the playoff for the 3rd seed, 85-71.

Bracket[edit]

  Third-seed playoff Semifinals
#1 & #2 have twice-to-beat advantage
Finals
Best-of-three series
                               
    1  Ateneo school colors Ateneo 76    
    4  Adamson school colors Adamson 73    
   
 
 UST school colors UST  85       1  Ateneo school colors Ateneo 73 71 74
 Adamson school colors Adamson  71         3  UST school colors UST 72 87 76*
 
 
  2  UE school colors UE 75 81 Asterisks (*) denotes the number of overtimes.
  3  UST school colors UST 79 82  

Awardees[edit]

Juniors' tournament[edit]

Elimination round[edit]

# Team W L PCT GB
1 Ateneo school colors Ateneo Blue Eaglets 12 0 1.000 --
2 FEU school colors FEU-Diliman Baby Tamaraws 10 2 .833 2
3 UP school colors UPIS Junior Maroons 7 5 .583 5
4 Adamson school colors Adamson Baby Falcons 6 6 .500 6
5 UST school colors UST Tiger Cubs 4 8 .333 8
6 UE school colors UE Red Pages 2 10 .167 10
7 NU school colors NU Bullpups 1 11 .083 11
8 La Salle school colors De La Salle Junior Archers Suspended

Bracket[edit]

With Ateneo's 12-0 sweep of the elimination round, the step ladder format will be used. After finishing 3rd and 4th in the elimination round, Adamson and UPIS will face for the right to face FEU-FERN in the next round in a twice-to-win disadvantage. Whoever wins in the semifinals between the winner of the knockout game and FEU-FERN will emerge into the Finals with Ateneo in a best of three series.

This would be the FEU-FERN Baby Tamaraws' first Finals appearance.

  Semifinals
One-game playoff
Semifinals
No. 2 seed has twice-to-beat advantage
Finals
Best-of-three series
                               
    1  Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo 55 73 69
    2  FEU colors.svg FEU-FERN 76     2  FEU colors.svg FEU-FERN 67 65 61
  3  UP colors.svg UPIS 78     4  Adamson colors.svg Adamson 66  
  4  Adamson colors.svg Adamson 84  

Awardees[edit]

  • Most Valuable Player: Bacon Austria (Ateneo)
  • Rookie of the Year: Jeff Olalia (Adamson)
  • Mythical Five: Raymond Austria (Ateneo), Mike Gamboa (Ateneo), Socrates Rivera (FEU-FERN), Mark Lopez (FEU-FERN), Erwin Duran (UE)

Women's tournament[edit]

Elimination round[edit]

# Team W L PCT GB
1 UST school colors UST Tigresses 9 3 .750 --
2 FEU school colors FEU Lady Tamaraws 9 3 .750 --
3 Ateneo school colors Ateneo Lady Eagles 9 3 .750 --
4 UP school colors UP Lady Maroons 7 5 .583 2
5 Adamson school colors Adamson Lady Falcons 6 6 .500 3
6 UE school colors UE Lady Warriors 2 10 .157 7
7 NU school colors NU Lady Bulldogs 0 12 .000 9
8 La Salle school colors De La Salle Lady Archers Suspended

Host team in boldface.

Tiebreakers:

  • UST clinched the #1 seed and the twice to beat advantage at the semifinals with a better points difference (+35) against FEU (-13) and Ateneo (-22)
  • FEU defeated Ateneo on the playoff for the 2nd seed, 49-48.

Bracket[edit]

With UST, FEU and Ateneo tied on the first spot, the points difference system was used - UST emerged with the highest quotient, so FEU and Ateneo figured in a classification game to determine which team gets the twice to beat advantage in the semifinals. FEU won the game, 49-48.

  Semifinals
#1 & #2 have twice-to-beat advantage
Finals
                       
1  UST colors.svg UST 64 78  
4  UP colors.svg UP 72 68  
  1  UST colors.svg UST 52 67 67
  2  FEU colors.svg FEU 49 75 59
2  FEU colors.svg FEU 53 46
3  Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo 63 44  

Awardees[edit]

  • Most Valuable Player: Cassy Tioseco (Ateneo)
  • Rookie of the Year: Katherine Sandel (Adamson)
  • Mythical Five: Cassy Tioseco (Ateneo), AJ Barracoso (Ateneo), Rem Buenacosa (UST), Marichu Bacaro (UST), Merenciana Arayi (Adamson)

Volleyball[edit]

Four championships are disputed; men's, women's, boys' and girls'.

Host team in boldface. Asterisk (*) denotes the team that clinched the twice-to-beat advantage in the Final Four.

Men's tournament[edit]

Elimination round[edit]

Qualified for playoffs
Team W L Sets Won Sets Lost Success Tiebreakers
FEU colors.svg FEU Tamaraws* 11 1 34 8 81% FEU won play-off,
25-19, 23-25, 20-25, 25-19, 17-15
UP colors.svg UP Fighting Maroons* 11 1 34 8 81%
UST colors.svg UST Growling Tigers 8 4 27 17 61% -
NU colors.svg NU Bulldogs 5 7 20 26 43% -
Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo Blue Eagles 3 9 19 27 41% -
Adamson colors.svg Adamson Soaring Falcons 2 10 14 32 30% -
San Beda colors.svg UE Red Warriors 2 10 9 35 20% -
La Salle colors.svg De La Salle Green Archers Suspended

Playoffs[edit]

  1st-seed playoff Semifinals
#1 & #2 have twice-to-beat advantage
Finals
Best-of-three series
                               
   FEU school colors FEU  3   1  FEU school colors FEU 3    
   UP school colors UP  2     4  NU school colors NU 0    
     1  FEU school colors FEU 3 3
     2  UP school colors UP 1 1
  2  UP school colors UP 1 3
  3  UST school colors UST 3 1  

Awardees[edit]

  • Rookie of the Year: UST colors.svg Marlon Macabulos (UST)
  • Best Scorer: UP colors.svg Jerome Liñgo (UP)
  • Best Spiker: FEU colors.svg Jeremy Pedregosa (FEU)
  • Best Blocker: UP colors.svg Lloyd Belgado (UP)
  • Best Setter: UP colors.svg Guarenio Gianan (UP)
  • Best Server: FEU colors.svg Jessie Lopez (FEU)
  • Best Receiver: FEU colors.svg Mark Sibug (FEU)
  • Best Digger: UP colors.svg Virgilio Vizcarra (UP)
  • Most Valuable Player: FEU colors.svg Edjet Mabbayad (FEU)

Women's tournament[edit]

Elimination round[edit]

Qualified for playoffs
Team W L Sets Won Sets Lost Success Tiebreaker
FEU colors.svg FEU Lady Tamaraws* 11 1 34 6 85% FEU won play-off,
25-14, 25-20, 23-25, 24-26, 15-11
UST colors.svg UST Tigresses* 11 1 32 4 90%
Adamson colors.svg Adamson Lady Falcons 8 4 29 15 66% -
San Beda colors.svg UE Amazons 5 7 17 20 43% -
Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo Lady Eagles 4 8 20 23 47% -
UP colors.svg UP Lady Maroons 3 9 12 28 30% -
NU colors.svg NU Lady Bulldogs 0 12 0 36 0% -
La Salle colors.svg De La Salle Lady Archers Suspended

Playoffs[edit]

  1st-seed playoff Semifinals
#1 & #2 have twice-to-beat advantage
Finals
Best-of-three series
                               
   UST's school colors UST  2   1  FEU colors.svg FEU 3    
   FEU's school colors FEU  3     4  San Beda colors.svg UE 0    
     1  FEU colors.svg FEU 1 0
     2  UST colors.svg UST 3 3
  2  UST colors.svg UST 1 3
  3  Adamson colors.svg Adamson 3 0  

Awardees[edit]

  • Rookie of the Year: FEU colors.svg Mecaila Irish May Morada (FEU)
  • Best Scorer: UST colors.svg Venus Bernal (UST)
  • Best Spiker: FEU colors.svg Mary Ann Manalo (FEU)
  • Best Blocker: Ateneo colors.svg Bea Chermaine Pascual (ADMU)
  • Best Setter: UST colors.svg Denise Patricia Tan (UST)
  • Best Server: FEU colors.svg Rachel Anne Daquis (FEU)
  • Best Receiver: Adamson colors.svg Donna Leil Adajar (AdU)
  • Best Digger: Ateneo colors.svg Patricia Lynn Taganas (ADMU)
  • Most Valuable Player: UST colors.svg Venus Bernal (UST)

Football[edit]

Men's division[edit]

Elimination round[edit]

Host team in boldface. An asterisk (*) indicates the team clinched twice-to-beat advantage.

Qualified for Finals Eliminated
Team Pts Pld W D L GF GA GD
UST school colors UST Growling Tigers* 17 8 5 2 1 14 5 +9
FEU school colors FEU Tamaraws 13 8 4 1 3 12 8 +4
UP school colors UP Fighting Maroons 11 8 3 2 3 13 11 +2
Ateneo school colors Ateneo Blue Eagles 9 8 2 3 3 4 6 −2
UE school colors UE Red Warriors 5 8 1 2 5 6 10 −4
La Salle school colors De La Salle Green Archers Suspended

Final[edit]

18 February 2007
2–2 (aet)
(4–2 pso)
FEU school colors FEU Tamaraws
Guillermo 55' , Pelayo 77' (Recap) Sobremisana 50' (pen), Cordova 90'
  Penalties  
Becite: scored
Madrona: scored
Pelayo: scored
Esteban: scored
4–2 Sobremisana: scored
Gustillo: missed
Macaspac: scored
Simpron: crossbar
Ateneo Erenchun Field

Softball[edit]

The UAAP Season 69 softball tournament fields five teams with the Adamson Lady Falcons as the defending champions. Games are held in University of Santo Tomas (UST) Open Field.

Standings[edit]

Host team in boldface. An asterisk (*) indicates the team clinched twice-to-beat advantage.

Qualified for playoffs Eliminated
Team W L
Adamson school colors Adamson Lady Falcons* 7 1
UP school colors UP Lady Maroons* 6 2
UST school colors UST Tigresses 5 3
UE school colors UE Lady Warriors 2 6
Ateneo school colors Ateneo Lady Eagles 0 8
La Salle school colors De La Salle Lady Archers Suspended

Elimination Round[edit]

January 6, 2007

  • 09:00
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E
Ateneo school colors Ateneo Lady Eagles 3 0 0 0 0 × × 3 2 1
UP school colors UP Lady Maroons 4 7 9 2 × × × 22 7 8
Game ended by Run Ahead Rule
W: Dione Macasu (1-0) L: K. Drilon (0-1)
Home Run
UP 1 : J. Gonzales in 1st
  • 12:00
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E
UST school colors UST Tigresses 4 - - - - - - 4 - -
UE school colors UE Lady Warriors 0 - - - - - - 0 - -


January 10, 2007

  • 09:00
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E
UST school colors UST Tigresses 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 4
UP school colors UP Lady Maroons 0 1 0 0 1 0 × 2 3 1
W: Dione Macasu (2-0) L:
Home Run
UP 1 : Z. Badajos in 2nd

Playoffs[edit]

Semifinals Finals
           
1 Adamson colors.svg AdU 8
4 San Beda colors.svg UE 0
1 Adamson colors.svg AdU 2
2 UP colors.svg UP 1
2 UP colors.svg UP 3
3 UST colors.svg UST (2nd game, 8 innings) 1

Fencing[edit]

Two championships are disputed; men's and women's. The following results are final. Host team in boldface.

Men's tournament[edit]

Team Medals
Gold Silver Bronze Total
San Beda colors.svg UE Red Warriors 2 2 2 6
UST colors.svg UST Growling Tigers 2 1 2 5
Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo Blue Eagles 2 1 1 4
UP colors.svg UP Fighting Maroons 0 2 3 5
FEU colors.svg FEU Tamaraws 0 0 1 1
La Salle colors.svg De La Salle Green Archers Suspended

Awardees[edit]

  • Most Valuable Player: San Beda colors.svg Bonifacio Jacinto (UE)
  • Rookie of the Year: UST colors.svg Harris Orendain (UST)

Women's tournament[edit]

Team Medals
Gold Silver Bronze Total
Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo Lady Eagles 2 1 3 6
UP colors.svg UP Lady Maroons 2 1 2 5
San Beda colors.svg UE Amazons 2 1 1 4
UST colors.svg UST Tigresses 0 3 3 6
FEU colors.svg FEU Tamaraws 0 0 0 0
La Salle colors.svg De La Salle Lady Archers Suspended

Awardees[edit]

  • Most Valuable Player: Ateneo colors.svg Victoria Garcia (ADMU)
  • Rookie of the Year: Ateneo colors.svg Lafayette Garcia (ADMU)

Chess[edit]

Three titles were disputed for the UAAP Chess Championship. Host team in boldface. The results below are final.

Men's tournament[edit]

Team Points
FEU colors.svg FEU Tamaraws 33.5
UP colors.svg UP Fighting Maroons 31.5
Adamson colors.svg Adamson Soaring Falcons 31.5
San Beda colors.svg UE Red Warriors 24.5
UST colors.svg UST Growling Tigers 21.5
NU colors.svg NU Bulldogs 12.0
Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo Blue Eagles 7.0
La Salle colors.svg De La Salle Green Archers Suspended

Women's tournament[edit]

Team Points
UST colors.svg UST Tigresses 31.0
FEU colors.svg FEU Lady Tamaraws 21.5
UP colors.svg UP Lady Maroons 21.0
Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo Lady Eagles 13.5
San Beda colors.svg UE Amazons 8.0
NU colors.svg NU Lady Bulldogs 9.5
La Salle colors.svg De La Salle Lady Archers Suspended

Juniors' tournament[edit]

Team Points
San Beda colors.svg UE Pages 33.5
Adamson colors.svg Adamson Baby Falcons 31.0
Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo Blue Eaglets 22.5
UST colors.svg UST Tiger Cubs 21.0
NU colors.svg NU Bullpups 10.0
FEU colors.svg FEU-FERN Baby Tamaraws 2.0
La Salle colors.svg De La Salle Junior Archers Suspended

Taekwondo[edit]

Three titles were disputed for the UAAP Taekwondo Championship.

Rank Men's Women's Juniors
Champion UST colors.svg UST Growling Tigers UST colors.svg UST Tigresses UST colors.svg UST Tiger Cubs
2nd San Beda colors.svg UE Red Warriors UP colors.svg UP Lady Maroons Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo Blue Eaglets
3rd FEU colors.svg FEU Tamaraws FEU colors.svg FEU Lady Tamaraws UP colors.svg UPIS Junior Maroons
4th Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo Blue Eagles Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo Lady Eagles San Beda colors.svg UE Pages
5th UP colors.svg UP Fighting Maroons San Beda colors.svg UE Amazons FEU colors.svg FEU-FERN Baby Tamaraws
6th La Salle colors.svg De La Salle Green Archers

Judo[edit]

Men's tournament[edit]

Team Points
UST colors.svg UST Growling Tigers 40
UP colors.svg UP Fighting Maroons 39
Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo Blue Eagles 35
San Beda colors.svg UE Red Warriors
Adamson colors.svg Adamson Falcons
La Salle colors.svg De La Salle Green Archers Suspended

Awardees[edit]

  • Most Valuable Player: UST colors.svg Stephen Gerena (UST)
  • Rookie of the Year: Ateneo colors.svg Salvador S. Reyes, Jr. (Ateneo)

Women's tournament[edit]

Team Points
UP colors.svg UP Lady Maroons 76
UST colors.svg UST Tigresses 21
Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo Lady Eagles 10
San Beda colors.svg UE Amazons
Adamson colors.svg Adamson Lady Falcons
La Salle colors.svg De La Salle Lady Archers Suspended

Awardees[edit]

  • Most Valuable Player: UP colors.svg Mellisa Buyco (UP)
  • Rookie of the Year: UP colors.svg Leslyn Gonzales (UP)

Juniors' tournament[edit]

Juniors' judo was played as a demonstration sport.

Team Points
Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo Blue Eaglets 52
San Beda colors.svg UE Pages 2
Adamson colors.svg Adamson Baby Falcons
UST colors.svg UST Tiger Cubs

Swimming[edit]

The UAAP Season 69 Swimming Championships were held from September 21 to September 24, 2006 at the Rizal Memorial Swimming Center at Vito Cruz St., Malate, Manila. Four titles were disputed in the four-division tournament.

Team ranking is determined by a point system, similar to that of the overall championship. The points given are based on the swimmer's/team's finish in the finals of an event, which include only the top eight finishers from the preliminaries. The gold medalist(s) receive 15 points, silver gets 12, bronze has 10. The following points: 8, 6, 4, 2 and 1 are given to the rest of the participating swimmers/teams according to their order of finish.

Track and field (Athletics)[edit]

Three titles were disputed for the UAAP Track and Field.

Rank Men's Women's Juniors
Champion FEU colors.svg FEU Tamaraws FEU colors.svg FEU Lady Tamaraws UST colors.svg UST Tiger Cubs
2nd UST colors.svg UST Growling Tigers UST colors.svg UST Tigresses Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo Blue Eaglets
3rd Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo Blue Eagles San Beda colors.svg UE Amazons UP colors.svg UPIS Junior Maroons
4th Adamson colors.svg Adamson Soaring Falcons UP colors.svg UP Lady Maroons San Beda colors.svg UE Pages
5th San Beda colors.svg UE Red Warriors Adamson colors.svg Adamson Lady Falcons FEU colors.svg FEU-FERN Baby Tamaraws
6th UP colors.svg UP Fighting Maroons Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo Lady Eagles La Salle colors.svg De La Salle Green Archers
7th La Salle colors.svg De La Salle Green Archers Suspended -

Cheerdance competition[edit]

The Cheerdance Competition was held on September 10, 2006 at the Araneta Coliseum. Cheer dance competition is an exhibition event. Points for the general championship are not awarded to the participants

The UST Salinggawi Dance Troupe clinched their eight UAAP cheerdance title via 5 consecutive wins, with FEU improving to second place, and UP falling to third place.[1]

Rank Pep squad Score
1st UST colors.svg UST Salinggawi Dance Troupe 94.96
2nd FEU colors.svg FEU Cheering Squad 93.2
3rd UP colors.svg UP Pep Squad 91.7
4th Adamson colors.svg Adamson Pep Squad
5th Ateneo colors.svg Ateneo Blue Babble Battalion
6th San Beda colors.svg UE Pep Squad
7th NU colors.svg NU Pep Squad
DNP La Salle colors.svg De La Salle Pep Squad Suspended

The Cheerdance Competition is not counted on the tabulation of the Overall Championship.

Broadcast notes[edit]

ABS-CBN affiliates Studio 23 and The Filipino Channel broadcast the basketball playoffs series and selected elimination round games. The broadcast crew included Boom Gonzales, Ronnie Magsanoc, Sev Sarmienta and Ryan Gregorio, among others, and the courtside reporters from the participating schools.

Studio 23 also broadcast selected elimination games of women's volleyball starting January 14 (start of second round), and playoffs series in both men's and women's volleyball.

General championships[edit]

Seniors Division[edit]

Sports rankings[edit]

Rank MEN'S
Basketball Volleyball Beach volleyball Swimming Chess Table tennis Tennis Badminton Track and field Fencing Taekwondo Judo Baseball Football
1st UST FEU FEU UP FEU FEU UST FEU FEU UE UST UST UST UST
2nd ADMU UP UP UST UP UST UP UE UST UST UE UP AdU FEU
3rd UE UST AdU ADMU AdU UP ADMU ADMU ADMU ADMU FEU ADMU UP UP
4th AdU NU ADMU UE UE UE UE UP ADU UP ADMU UE NU ADMU
5th FEU ADMU UE UST ADMU UST UE FEU UP AdU ADMU UE
6th UP AdU UST NU NU AdU UP
7th NU UE NU ADMU NU
Rank WOMEN'S
Basketball Volleyball Beach volleyball Swimming Chess Table tennis Tennis Badminton Track and field Fencing Taekwondo Judo Softball Football
1st UST UST AdU UST UST UST UST FEU FEU ADMU UST UP AdU FEU
2nd FEU FEU UE UP FEU FEU UP UST UST UP UP UST UP UST
3rd ADMU AdU UST ADMU UP UP ADMU UP UE UE FEU ADMU UST UP
4th UP UE FEU UE ADMU ADMU ADMU UP UST ADMU UE ADMU
5th AdU ADMU ADMU UE NU AdU ADU FEU UE ADMU
6th UE UP NU NU UE ADMU
7th NU NU UP

Juniors Division[edit]

Sports rankings[edit]

[2]

Rank BOYS' GIRLS'
Basketball Volleyball Swimming Chess Table tennis Taekwondo Track and field Judo Volleyball Swimming
1st ADMU UE ADMU UE USTHS USTHS USTHS ADMU UE UPIS
2nd FEU USTHS UE AdU UE ADMU ADMU UE USTHS UE
3rd AdU ADMU USTHS USTHS UPIS UE UPIS USTHS UPIS USTHS
4th UPIS UPIS UPIS ADMU ADMU UPIS UE AdU
5th USTHS NU AdU FEU FEU
6th UE FEU NU AdU
7th NU

Overall Championship standings[edit]

Season host school is in boldface.

Individual Awards[edit]

Athlete of the Year:
Seniors: UP's school colors Luica Dacanay (Women's Swimming)
Juniors: UST's school colors Nicole Mapilisan (Taekwondo)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]