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UST 76-74 FEU: Player Ratings


Araneta Coliseum

UAAP Season 81

UST beats FEU, 76-74

UST Growling Tigers

Renzo Subido (out of 10) – 6

Despite being the highest scorer for UST, Subido’s field goal efficiency was still low, shooting only 35%. He is a returnee for UST in the UAAP after a season of absence, maybe that’s the reason why Subido’s efficiency is low.

Marvin Lee – 5

Scoring 13 points, Marvin Lee’s outing is still far from his usual points. His three-point shots didn’t went inside but he still managed to get two steals. Eventually, Lee will regain his old form as a sniper.

Ken Zamora – 4

Zamora was limited to five points but his defensive stops played a crucial role in UST’s win. Despite his 2/8 field goal, his game-winning euro-step lay-up was the highlight of the game. This guy’s confidence is sky high, and expect him to deliver in big moments.

Joshua Marcos – 6

Marcos rose to the occasion, as he scored 11 of 12 points in the second frame, as FEU were caught off guard by his scoring. This youngster’s consistent contribution would mean a lot for his team

CJ Cansino – 5

After scoring game-high 20 points against NU, he was only limited to just seven. However, his lack of scoring was compensated with his rebounding prowess, collecting 10 boards once again. The result would have been much different if he scored at least double-digits.

Steve Akomo – 3

He was outmatched by his counterpart Prinze Orizu. Known for his ability to crash the boards on a consistent basis, he only gobbled up 8 rebounds compared to Orizu’s 15. Akomo should establish himself as a true bully inside the paint.

Zachary Huang – 4

Huang had 9 points and six rebounds for UST – not bad for a role player. He also made a crucial play in the fourth period, which is already considered a good performance for him but his foul-troubled game helped FEU in terms of free throws.

Garmy Mahinay – 5

His first and only two points came from crunch time. Mahinay’s basket helped UST edge out FEU in the deciding period. His rebounding was also a huge factor for the team, especially that Akomo was outrebounded throughout the game.

Nat Consejo – 3

Consejo did not provide a bit of an impact, but he crashed 7 boards in his 14 minutes of action. FEU could have outrebounded UST if Consejo didn’t grab a single rebound in the game.

FEU Tamaraws

Prince Orizu – 7

He was downright dominant in the post for FEU. However, his frustrations also became his downfall which affected the Tamaraws. Orizu carried the Tamaraws with 25 points.

Hubert Cani – 5

Guard Hubert Cani’s efficiency was just superb. He had 50% shooting efficiency and surprisingly grabbed seven rebounds.

Richard Escoto -3

Escoto’s free throw efficiency was only 37%, 3/7. If two of his free throws went inside, the Tamaraws had a chance to extend the match.

Barkley Ebona – 2

Ebona’s role in the middle were overshadowed by Prince Orizu. In his 10 minutes inside the court, he only grabbed a rebound.

Axel Inigo – 3

Inigo’s scoreless outing proved to be too much for the Tamaraws.

Arvin Tolentino – 2

Arvin Tolentino just didn’t wake up. In their first game against La Salle, Tolentino woke up in the second half of the game but this time, he didn’t.

Kenneth Tuffin – 1

Tuffin was limited only to two points and committed a turnover. He didn’t have any rebounds or assists.

Wendell Comboy – 3

Despite his three turnovers, Comboy provided FEU four defensive rebound, three assists and two steals. Comboy only scored five points.

Jason Parker – 2

Parker was limited to four points in 28% efficiency. He only contributed two rebounds and two assists.