|Far Eastern University Tamaraws 2014 Season|
|2014 Premiere Cup:||Wins||6||Losses||1|
|Elimination Round (Group B)||Wins||6||Losses|
|2014 UAAP Men’s Basketball Tournament: 2nd place||Wins||13||Losses||7|
|Semifinals Game 1 (2014/9/21)||FEU||65||DLSU||60|
|Semifinals Game 2 (2014/9/27)||DLSU||94||FEU||73|
|Semifinals Game 3 (2014/10/1)||FEU||67||DLSU||64|
|Finals Game 1 (2014/10/4)||FEU||75||NU||70|
|Finals Game 2 (2014/10/8)||NU||62||FEU||47|
|Finals Game 3 (2014/10/15)||NU||75||FEU||59|
One shining moment
Who’s in, who’s out
Anthony Hargrove will not play in the PCCL. According to our sources, Prince Orizu Ifeanyi will take his place. Here’s a YouTube video of Prince Orizu we found online:
Another information we found about him is that he played for Nigeria in the FIBA U-18 AfroBasket last 2012. Moreover, the dude stands at 6’11”. HOLY @!$#@%.
Other players rumored to be playing for the Tamaraws in the PCCL are former Sacred Heart standout Arnie Padilla and former SWU shooting guard Monbert Arong.
Player to watch
Mike Tolomia had a horrible game 2 and game 3 in the UAAP finals. Here’s his shot chart from the finals:
Paolo Javellona locked Tolomia down in the final two games of the UAAP finals. This will be the first time we’ll see the FEU squad after the UAAP finals (We won’t include the MJM Builders since it is a hybrid of FEU and NU… Wait what?!). Tolomia will look to avenge the UAAP loss to the Bulldogs. We’re pretty sure he has penned the November 25 game as the day of vengeance for the Tamaraws.
The team will still have a full deck team in the PCCL. The loss of Anthony Hargrove is negligible since Raymar Jose (who we heard is developing an outside shot) and Prince Orizu can more than replace his production. Plus, the team still has Mac Belo and Mike Tolomia.
1st place in Group B
2014 Philippines Collegiate Champions League Primer