UE Red Warriors

UE Red Warriors

Philippine collegiate team
name=UE Red Warriors
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teamlogo=UE Red Warriors logo.pngschoolname=University of the East
league=UAAP
founded=1952
titles=UAAP
total=5
(1965-66, 1969-70, 1971-72, 1972-73, 1974-75)
jtitles=UAAP
jtotal=1
(2005-06)
location=C.M. Recto, Manila
colors= Red and White
junior=Pages
women=Amazons
cheer="Go fight red and white!", "E-A-S-T, UE, Hooray!"|

The UE Red Warriors is the varsity team of the University of the East in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines. Their juniors team is the Pages, while the women's team is the Amazons.

The Red Warriors is currently tied with the UST Growling Tigers as the second winningest team in UAAP history, with 18 titles, most of them coming from the time of Robert Jaworski and coach Baby Dalupan.

Hosting Season 69 of UAAP

The University of the East was the host of the 69th season of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines, the eighth time for UE to host the UAAP. UE’s latest UAAP hosting stint coincided with UE's 60th Foundation Anniversary, its Diamond Jubilee.

UE’s sports teams scored several victories prior to the start of the new UAAP season. These include the individual victories of UE athletes in the 23rd Southeast Asian Games, which in turn contributed to the country’s overall championship in last December’s SEA Games. UE athletes earned several medals, including eight gold ones bagged by seven athletes in men’s gymnastics, women’s athletics, men’s fencing, women’s boxing and softball.

Leading UE’s achievements in the 68th UAAP season’s seniors division were the respective championships of its men’s and women’s fencing teams. The fifth UAAP championship for the men’s team, the first for the women’s team.

In the same season, UE earned the overall championship in the juniors division for the first time, thanks to the first place finishes of its chess team, boys’ and girls’ volleyball teams, table tennis team, and girls’ swimming team. UE high school student and chess prodigy Nelson Mariano III even won the juniors division’s Athlete of the Year award, his second consecutive time to earn the title.

The 69th season of the UAAP opened at the Big Dome in Cubao on Saturday, July 8, 2006, with opening ceremonies was led by UE P.E. Director and UAAP President Luz S. Sta. Ana. That year’s UAAP theme was “Achieving Excellence in Sports through Unity, Harmony and Commitment.” The production began with an opening number by the UE Dance Troup followed by the presentation of the UAAP colors representing the member schools. Pep squads of member schools also made their performances.

In extending their abiding support to their alma mater, former UE Red Warriors and Philippine basketball legends graced the ceremonies led by former Senator Robert, “the Big J” Jaworski, who also gave his short message to the athletes. Other former players includes “The Triggerman” Allan Caidic, Jerry Codiñera, and James Yap.

Basketball

Basketball History

The men's basketball team is currently tied with the UST Growling Tigers as the second winningest team in UAAP history, with 18 titles, most of them coming from the time of Robert Jaworski and coach Baby Dalupan.Fact|date=October 2008The Red Warriors holds the longest senior basketball championship run with seven straight UAAP titles. They also hold the longest finals streak appearances, with sixteen straight from 1957 to 1972.Fact|date=October 2008

Notable UE Red Warriors

*Robert Jaworski, The Big J, also called The Living Legend, one of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA)’s 25 Greatest.
*Allan Caidic, The Triggerman, UAAP Most Valuable Player (1982, 1984, 1985), 1990 PBA Most Valuable Player, one of the PBA's 25 Greatest, PBL 20 Greatest Players of All-Time.
*Jerry Codiñera, The Defense Minister, one of the PBA's 25 Greatest, PBL 20 Greatest Players of All-Time.
*James Yap, UAAP MVP of 2003, PBA Most Valuable Player of 2005-06.
*Derrick Pumaren - Head Coach of Talk 'N Text Phone Pals, PBA, Former De La Salle Green Archers coach, Currently acting as a team consultant for the Red Warriors.
*Bong Ravena - Assistant Coach of Talk 'N Text Phone Pals, PBA
*Boyzie Zamar - Former RP Team coach and Indonesian coach
*Filomeno Pumaren
*Jaime Mariano - Member, 1972 Championship Team, UAAP, Coach, 1984 and 1985 Championship Teams, National Team member of the 1970 Asian Games
*Rodolfo Soriano - "The Magician", National Team member of the 1970 Asian Games
*Johnny Revilla - 1970 Asian Games
*Rudolf Kutch - 1970 Asian Games
*Ernesto de Leon - PBA Referee
*Tito Varela - Member of Crispa Teams, PBA Referee
*Jimmy Manansala
*Anthony Carlos - 1987-1991 [ Tri-Athlete ]
*Rudy Distrito
*Braulio Lim
*Mar Morelos
*Aldwyn Manubag
*Roel Buenaventura
*Jolly Escobar
*Vernie Villarias
*Paul Artadi - PBA player for Barangay Ginebra Kings. Known for his fast pace, run-gun action that gave him the trademark "The Kid Lightning".
*Niño Canaleta - Two-time PBA Slam Dunk Champion (2006, 2007) for Air 21 Express.
*Ronald Tubid - PBA player for the Barangay Ginebra Kings, Known as Mr. Fearless.
*Paolo Hubalde
*Rafael Santos
*Jay-Arr Estrada
*Ollan Omiping
*Arnold Booker
*Philip Butel
*Paolo Napo
*Earl Saguindel
*Angelus Raymundo
*Robert Labagala
*Ronald Jauculan - Famous 9 fingers PG starting line up for UAAP 2001-2002
*Marcelino Arellano III - Rookie of the Year, UAAP Season 67
*James Martinez - MVP, 2006 Collegiate Champions League
*Elmer Espiritu - Defensive Stopper PBL Silver Cup / UAAP & NCAA Slamdunk Champion 2006 / Mythical 5 First Team, 2008 FilOil Flying V Invitational Cup / MVP, 2008 FilOil Flying V Invitational Cup
*Mark Borboran - Mythical 5 First Team, UAAP Season 70

Notable Coaches

*Baby Dalupan - “The Maestro”, Coach of the Red Warriors that gave them seven straight UAAP senior basketball titles, the longest championship streak in the UAAP. Grandslam coach in the Philippine Basketball Association
*Filomeno Pumaren
*Roehl Nadurata- The mentor of the great UE's Basketball players of the late 80's
*Boyzie Zamar - Former RP Team coach and Indonesian coach
*Francis Rodriguez
*Jaime Mariano
*Dindo Pumaren - UAAP Season 67 to present. Pumaren was hired in 2004 as the head coach of the Red Warriors, with the task of assuming the reins of the team after the stewardship of coach Boyzie Zamar and the loss of Paul Artadi and UAAP MVP James Yap to the pros. Pumaren led the Warriors to 8-6 win-loss record for the fourth spot of final four, but was eliminated by the FEU Tamaraws.

In Season 68, Pumaren led the rookie-laden team of Warriors to a 10-4 record that tied the Ateneo Blue Eagles and La Salle Green Archers, but was eliminated again by the FEU Tamaraws.

In Season 69, he led the Warriors again for another final four run with a record of 8-4, finishing under second spot of the elimination round. The Warriors were eliminated again armed with a twice to beat advantage against UST.

In Season 70, the Red Warriors achieved a record 14 - 0 sweep of the elimination round but lost in the finals series against the De La Salle Green Archers. Pumaren had his finest season as a coach in the UAAP.

UAAP Season 70 Basketball Tournament

The Red Warriors completed a rare 14 - 0 sweep the elimination round. They won with an average winning margin above 16 points.Fact|date=October 2008

Aside from surpassing the 9 - 0 start of the 1986 UE squad bannered by Jerry Codiñera, the Warriors clinched a finals berth and matching the 14 - 0 record accomplished 14 years ago by the UST Growling Tigers, which automatically claimed them the 1993 title.

UE's last Finals appearance was in 1990. The Red Warriors fell to the De La Salle Green Archers in their best-of-three Finals series in a score of 73-64 on Game 2, October 7 at the Big Dome.

UAAP Season 71 Basketball Roster

References

[http://online.ue.edu.ph/ University of the East] [http://www.ubelt.com/ Ubelt]

External links

* [http://online.ue.edu.ph/ University of the East]
* [http://www.ue.edu.ph/manila/uetoday/?nav=uetoday04.htm&archive=200603 At last! UE Wins the UAAP Juniors Division Overall Championship!]


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