Ateneo spiker Ponggay Gaston would definitely be one of the head turners and stunners in UAAP Season 80.
UAAP Season 80
Despite the news of EJ Laure’s injury and consequent UAAP Season 80 absence, the UST Tigresses started the year on a high note.
They partied hard during the holidays.
Minus one. Plus two.
Thirdy Ravena finally came out of the shadows of his more popular sibling, “The Phenom” Kiefer, as he powered Ateneo Blue Eagles to their first title in five years.
Defending champion De La Salle University came back from a 21-point hole to stun Ateneo De Manila, 92-83 and force a rubber match for the men’s basketball title of UAAP Season 80.
UAAP Season 80 MVP Ben Mbala was a shadow of himself in Game 1 of best-of-three finals which Ateneo Blue Eagles won, 76-70.
Big man Isaac Go came up with the biggest baskets to power Ateneo De Manila to an 88-84 overtime win against Far Eastern University and seal a title showdown against bitter rival and defending champion De La Salle University in the men’s…