National Collegiate Athletic Association (Philippines) South

National Collegiate Athletic Association (Philippines) South


The National Collegiate Athletic Association - South is an athletic association of colleges and universities mostly coming from NCR and CALABARZON regions of the Philippines. It was established on 1999 by sister schools of the NCAA.

The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)-South is an offshoot of the NCAA-Manila. To date NCAA-South has nine member schools: First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities (FAITH)-Tanauan, Batangas, Colegio De San Juan De Letran-Calamba, De La Salle Lipa, Lyceum of the Philippines University-Batangas, Philippine Christian University- Dasmariñas, San Pablo Colleges-San Pablo, University of Perpetual Help System-Laguna, Don Bosco Technical College-Mandaluyong and San Beda-Alabang.

Its new member is the University of Batangas or UB Brahmans.

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Past Seasons’ Host and Theme

  • 1999 1st Season: "The Legacy Lives On"
    • University of Perpetual Help System Laguna
  • 2000 2nd Season: "Celebrating Humanity through Sports"
    • Colegio de San Juan de Letran-Calamba
  • 2001 3rd Season: "Unity and Progress for Sports Excellence in Nation Building"
    • Philippine Christian University- Dasmariñas.
  • 2002 4th Season: "Peace and Understanding through Sports Excellence"
    • San Beda College-Alabang
  • 2003 5th Season: "Peace, Unity, and Understanding through Sports"
    • Lyceum of the Philippines University-Batangas
  • 2004 6th Season: "Synergy…Excellence…In Sports"
    • De La Salle-Lipa
  • 2005 7th Season: "One Mind…One Soul…One Body"
    • University of Perpetual Help System Laguna
  • 2006 8th Season: "KA-ARRIBA Tungo sa Sampintig na Tagumpay"
    • Colegio De San Juan De Letran-Calamba
  • 2007 9th Season: “Grounded in Goodwill Soaring in Sports”
    • Don Bosco Technical College-Mandaluyong
  • 2008 10th Season: "Isang Dekadang Nagkakaisa sa Layunin, Pananampalataya at Adhikain"
    • Philippine Christian University-Dasmariñas
  • 2009 11th Season: "Blaze and Shine 2009"
    • San Pablo Colleges-San Pablo
  • 2010 12th Season: “More than the Game: Unity through Sports”
    • First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities

NCAA South Members

Metro Manila

Institution Nickname Status Founded Color Location
Don Bosco Technical College Grey Wolves Private 1953 Navy Blue,White and Grey Mandaluyong City
San Beda College - Alabang Red Lions Private 1972 Red,White Muntinlupa City

Southern Luzon

Institution Nickname Status Founded Color Location
Colegio De San Juan De Letran - Calamba Knights Private Dark Blue,Red Calamba City, Laguna
De La Salle Lipa Chevrons Private 1962 Green and White Lipa City, Batangas
First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities Bravehearts Private 2000 Orange and White Tanauan City, Batangas
Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas Pirates Private 1966 Red and Gray Batangas City, Batangas
Philippine Christian University Dolphins Private 1946 Blue and Silver Dasmariñas City, Cavite
San Pablo Colleges Raven Private 1947 Green and Gold San Pablo City, Laguna
University of Perpetual Help System Laguna Saints Private 1976 Maroon and Gold Biñan City, Laguna
University of Batangas Bhramans Private 1946 Maroon and Gold Batangas City, Batangas

Standing 2010 Seniors Basketball

Team W L PCT Tie
San Beda colors.svg SBCA Red Lions 9 0 1.00
UST colors.svg FAITH Bravehearts 7 2 .777 +1.048
PCU colors.svg Don Bosco Grey Wolves 7 2 .777 +1.006
UPHD colors.svg UPHSL Saints 7 2 .777 +0.950
PCU colors.svg PCU-D Dolphins 4 5 .444
La Salle colors.svg DLSL Chevrons 3 6 .333
Lyceum colors.svg LPU-B Patriots 3 6 .333
Mapua colors.svg UB Bhramans 3 6 .333
FEU colors.svg SPC Raven 2 7 .222
Letran colors.svg CSJL-C Knights 0 9 .000

Standing 2010 Juniors Basketball

  • SBCA Red Cubs Champions
  • UPHSL Baby Saints 1st Runner-up

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Standing 2010 Womens Basketball

  • LPU-B Lady Patriots Champion
  • UPHSL Lady Saints 1st Runner-up
  • SBCA Lady Red Lions 2nd
  • DBTC Lady Greywolves 3rd
  • DLSL Lady Chevrons last

Standing 2010 Mens Volleyball

  • UPHSL semi
  • FAITH semi
  • LPU-B semi
  • UB semi
  • DLSL 4th
  • SBCA 5th
  • PCU-D 6th
  • SPC 7th
  • CSJL 8th
  • DBTC last

Standing 2010 Womens Volleyball

  • UPHSL semi
  • LPU-B semi
  • DLSL semi
  • FAITH semi
  • PCU-D 4th
  • SBCA 5th
  • CSJL 6th
  • UB 7th
  • DBTC last

Standing 2010 Boys Volleyball

  • DLSL
  • UB
  • UPHSL Baby Saints 2nd Runner-up
  • SPC Baby Hermits 3rd
  • DBTCaef
  • CSJL

Standing 2010 Girls Volleyball

  • DLSL
  • UB
  • UPHSL Lady Baby Saints 2nd Runner-up
  • SBCA Lady Baby Red Cubs 3rd
  • FAITH
  • PCU-D

NCAA South 2008 and 2009 Sr Basketball

  • Don Bosco Greywolves

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