Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

Tiebreaker Times

Basketball

UST High’s Lloyd Oliva, USJ-R’s Dilcer Gaviola commit to Letran

While its sister school is struggling with departures, Letran is gaining more assets. 

The Knights have added University of Santo Tomas High’s Lloyd Oliva and University of San Jose-Recoletos’ Dilcer Gaviola.

Oliva, who is fresh out of high school, is an old school post-up big who stands at 6-foot-5. In his senior year, he averaged 3.1 points and 3.3 rebounds in 12 games played.

The young Oliva would have been a great addition to UST, which has lost seven of its student-athletes from last season.

On the other hand, Gaviola is a 6-foot-1 swingman who helped steer USJ-R to the 2019 CESAFI Partner’s Cup.

The two will join Chiang Kai Shek’s Rafael Go; National University’s Jeff Mailim and Jimly Lantaya; and Perpetual’s Yuki Kawamura as the fresh-out-of-high-school recruits of Letran in the off-season. All are eligible to play come NCAA Season 96.

#ReadMore  NCAA chooses GMA 7
Written By

Tiebreaker Times Logo

You May Also Like

Basketball

Miguel Oczon has finally decided where he will settle. The former National University guard is heading to College of Saint Benilde. Blazers head coach...

Basketball

A Taft tower has passed away. Former College of Saint Benilde foreign student-athlete Clement Leutcheu (April 19, 1995-February 6, 2021) died due to cardiac...

Basketball

Non-professional sporting events will continue to be sidelined for the time being.  In a circular released by the Games and Amusements Board, the Philippine...

Basketball

Given the uncertainty of the NCAA season, versatile forward Calvin Oftana has decided to take the leap. Oftana will forego his final year with...

Basketball

Lyceum’s ‘Speedy Bagal’ has signed off. Reymar Caduyac submitted his application form to the PBA Office in Libis, Pasig on Thursday afternoon. This means...

Basketball

RK Ilagan has made the tough decision to forego his final year in San Sebastian. The 5-foot-7 San Sebastian lifer has bid farewell to...

Basketball

Calvin Oftana was filled with regret after his shoot interview with podcast Straight Up with Mieke Reyes. At first, Oftana thought that it was...

Basketball

Calvin Oftana will have to make a huge decision in the following days – remain in San Beda or enter the 2021 PBA Rookie...

Advertisement