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NCR tops medal standings in SCUAA Nat’l Olympics 2012

The National Capital Region (NCR) tops the medal standings at the State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (SCUAA) National Olympics currently held in Iloilo City, with 52 gold, 31 silver, and 34 bronze medals, as of 12:18 p.m. of the fourth day of the event.
Region 3 is currently second with 21 gold, 14 silver, and 19 bronze, while SCUAA National Olympics 2012 host Region 6 falls on third place with 19 gold, 27 silver, and 21 bronze. Region 4 is at 4th place with 11 gold, 10 silver, and 27 bronze.
The rest of the regions trail behind with not more than 5 gold medals. For the complete results, sports enthusiasts can check out the SCUAA 2012 results page at http://wvsu.edu.ph/scuaa2012/node/11.

(Trimedia Publicity Committee-WVSU College of Mass Communications)

Mr. and Ms. SCUAA National 2012 is On Today

One of the highlights of this year’s State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (SCUAA) National Olympics currently held in Iloilo City from February 19-25 is the Search for the Mr. and Ms. SCUAA.

Mr. and Ms. SCUAA National 2012 will be held tonight, February 21, 2012, at the Cultural Center of the West Visayas State University, La Paz, Iloilo City. Thirteen candidates will be vying for the crown of Ms. SCUAA and 12 contestants will be competing for the Mr. SCUAA title.

The thirteen Ms. SCUAA candidates are: Maybelle Pameroyan (Region 1), Mary Jane Verdillo (Region 2), Jamella Cruz (Region 4), Amandeep Kaur Singh (Region 5), Ariane Gabriela (Region 6), Chantely Kae Gonzales (Region 7), Dionessa Bustamante (Region 8), Marie Antoinette Barrera (Region 9), Lovely Jane Estampa (Region 10), Jovel Viberly Juano (Region 11), Mary Angelie Cadiz (Region 12), Definie Pakelman (CAR), and Tresha Marie Dadea (NCR).

The Mr. SCUAA competitors include: Prince Reginald Estores (Region I), Darylle Francis Salvador (Region 3), John Alexander Russel (Region 4), Christian Dan Morada (Region 5), Ronel Kay Juperatum (Region 6), Jeffrey Laranjo (Region 7), Raymond Tabad (Region 9), Jay Michael Calipusan (Region 10), Glendell Jadraque (Region 11), Mark Al-Jamie Muttulani (Region 12), Noel Ogano (CAR), and Eigiee Edison Magdangal (NCR). (Trimedia Publicity Committee-WVSU College of Mass Communications)

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SCUAA National Olympics 2012 Athletes Urged to Foster Sportsmanship

This year’s State Colleges and Universities Athletic Association (SCUAA) National Olympics posted a challenge to develop hard work, sportsmanship, and discipline among the athletes.

Hosted by the Philippine Association of State Universities and Colleges (PASUC) Region VI, the said event kicked off in an opening ceremony held Sunday, February 19, at the Iloilo Sports Complex, attended by more than 5,000 delegates and officials from the 111 SUCs all over the country.

Dr. Patricia Licuanan, Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) Commissioner addressed the athletes, “I’m a true believer of the value of sports in the nation. We need the value of team work that’s badly needed in our country today.” She also emphasized that sports events such the SCUAA National Olympics is also an avenue of discipline and hard work.

Senator Franklin Drilon, the keynote speaker during the opening ceremony, urged the delegates to “struggle for excellence” and let discipline and hard work be encouraged. He added that as “products of public funds”, being an athlete of the SCUAA is one way of giving back.

Iloilo Governor Arthur Defensor, Sr. pointed out that in sports, one is taught to be honest and responsible. The Governor also challenged all the participants to bring home medals not only to their schools but also to the country in the years to come.

The opening ceremony included a special number from Grupo de Oeste from the College of PESCAR of West Visayas State University (WVSU) who has been the grand champion of the Paraw Regatta samba competition for years now; the rhythm and music of the Ritmo Tambores; the presentation of the Mr. and Ms. SCUAA 2012 contestants and candidates; and more exhibitions of talents from different schools from the province and the city of Iloilo.

A 10-minute fireworks display was the finale of the event.

The National SCUAA Olympics is an annual sports competition held among state colleges and universities all over the Philippines. Venues of the games and competitions will be the Iloilo Sports Complex, La Paz Plaza and Pavia football grounds and facilities of the hosting schools. (Trimedia Publicity Committee-WVSU College of Mass Communications)

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ALL SET FOR THE 2012 NATIONAL SCUAA OLYMPICS

Preparations for the 2012 National State Colleges and Universities Athletics Association (SCUAA) Olympics are at high gear as hosting schools brace for the holding of games and competitions to be held in Iloilo City come February 19-25, 2012.
“Athletes from participating schools started arriving in Iloilo City since last week and we are working hard for the success of the 2012 National SCUAA Olympics,” says Dr. Pablo E. Subong, President of the West Visayas State University and one of the three Chairpersons of the Hosting Committee. The other Chairpersons are Dr. Benny Palma, President of Carlos Hilado Memorial State College (CHMSC), and Dr. Luis Sorolla, President of West Visayas College of Science and Technology (WVCST).
The opening and closing programs, and most of the games will be held at the Iloilo Sports Complex, but some other venues like the La Paz plaza football ground and Pavia football grounds; and facilities of the hosting schools like the WVSU grounds, will also be utilized. The hosting schools in Region VI are: WVSU, WVCST, Capiz State University, Aklan State University, University of Antique, Northern Iloilo Polytechnic State College, Guimaras State College, Carlos Hilado Memorial State College, Iloilo State College of Fisheries NSCA and North Negros State College of Science and Technology (NONESCOST).
One of the most-awaited events of the 2012 National SCUAA Olympics is the Search for the Mr. and Ms. PASUC National, a beauty pageant participated in by all Regions in the country.
On January 31, 111 presidents of the various state colleges and universities from all over the country flew in to Iloilo City and met at Hotel del Rio to discuss and deliberate important details about the 2012 National SCUAA Olympics. The presidents also made a courtesy call to Gov. Arthur Defensor at the Provincial Capitol.
The National SCUAA Olympics is an annual sports competition held among state colleges and universities all over the Philippines. Since the organization of the Philippine Association of State Universities and Colleges (PASUC) in 1967, the National SCUAA has been an event to look forward to among athletes in various government tertiary schools in the country. For years now, the National SCUAA has produced many of the country’s top athletes.

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