Unigames – Day 7
The Ateneo women’s football team improved to third place after going 2-0 against University of San Carlos in the battle for third.
In the final day of the 15th Unigames in Dumaguete, the men’s basketball team lost to the FEU Tamaraws 78-84 in the battle for third. Rookie Terrence Romeo fired up FEU with 18 points. Kirk Long missed two crucial freethrows to tie the game in the fourth quarter. The defending back-to-back champions placed fourth in this year’s tournament.
Salva-13, Tiongson-9, Long-9, Gonzaga-9, Balmaceda-9, De Chavez-8, Erram-7, Chua-6, Dela Cruz-4, Estrada-4, Capacio-2, Monfort-0
Romeo 18, Cawaling 17, Noundou 17, Escotto 9, Eyci 8, Tolomia 5, Cruz 4, Mendoza 4, Guerielo 2, Bringas 2, Inigo 1
Track & Field
The Ateneo senior tracksters are this year’s Unigames overall champions. They took home seven gold and four bronze medals. The women’s team, on the other hand, placed second with two gold, seven silver, and 10 bronze medals.
|JP Azcueta||Gold||Classical Relay|
|Franco Imperial||Gold||Classical Relay|
|Dean Roxas||Bronze||High Jump|
|Jam Valenton||Silver||4x100m relay|
|Bettina Maclang||Silver||4x100m relay|
|Meggie Ochoa||Bronze||4x200m relay|
|Ally Lim||Silver||10,000m relay|
|Jovannah Yu||Bronze||4x400m relay|
|Poly Villar||Silver||4x100m relay|
|Melissa Yu||Bronze||4x400m relay|