CAS OIC dean Dr. Cecilia O. Salvilla and CAS Governor, Glo Marie Apple Samsona receive the trophy for the College as Over-all Champion in Sports Events.
College of Arts and Sciences was declared as over-all champion in all the sports events in this year's Intramural Meet with 80 gold, 57 silver and 44 bronze. The victory of the College was announced during the Awarding Ceremony and Closing Program on September 29 at the university quadrangle. This is the second time that the college won as over-all champion in Sports.
"This event is meaningful to us because it strengtened our bond and our camaraderie.With one heart, one mind and one spirit, our cooperation, acceptance and sharing led us to become champions,"said Dr. Cecilia O. Salvilla, CAS OIC dean.
CAS also placed 2nd in the Dance Competitions and 4th in all the Cultural Events. The Sports and Culture & the Arts Festival was held on Sept.21-25 with the theme ‘Sports, Socio-Cultural and Literary Devlopment towards ASEAN Integration./Perile, C.
CCS cheerdancers with Dr. Pablo S. Crespo Jr. and their teacher coordinators
After a year of lying-low in the annual Intramural cheering competition, the College of Computer Studies Jaguars made their comeback breaking the win of College of Teacher Education.
First year Information Technology student and CCS Jaguars head cheerleader and trainer, Joven Abello said that they felt overjoyed after gaining the title as cheering champs in their black and white costumes.
"Wara kami naga expect nga madaog kay ang gusto lang man namon ipakita nga may maibubuga kami," Abello said.
Furthermore, third year Computer Science student, Marimel Esparagoza said that they were told to do their best whether win or lose.
According to Esparagoza, Abello was one of the responsible persons for their win, "Sara si Joven sa mga nag effort para mangin posible ang amon performance kag sara man tana sa nakapinsar kang amon nga mga pasabog."
The CCS Jaguars was led by advisers, Fema Rose Bronda and Sarah Mae Silva.
"We are aiming for the crowd and not for the crown, that's our motto kag bonus nalang kanamon ang amon pagdaog," Bronda said adding that they are thankful for the support coming from the CCS family and God for the guidance of the participants.
CCS Volleyball players having their peace sign after winning the game
College of Computer Studies (CCS) successfully defended their title as overall champion for two consecutive years in volleyball men competition, September 25 at University Gymnasium.
CCS team was up against College of Technology (COT) and managed to complete first two sets leaving COT with scores 19 and 17 respectively.
"We are so happy to defend our title for the second time. We just played like a mature team," said Elvin Kit Martinez, team captain adding that the team enjoyed the game.
Moreover, team player Evan Chres Alera said, "It was sweet for the first time but even sweeter for the second time."
"We went to the court knowing we had great individual players but by the end of the game we knew we had a great team," Alera added.
Furthermore, the team was composed of Jurry Pajares, Leomar Bien Monteroso, Aljohn Pacheco, John Louie Tan, Alvin Marfil, Melvin Guerra, Raymart Probadora, Nicholas Salvador Orcajada, Jasper Belen and Jhon Kevin Aretaño.
CCS team also triumphed and became champs in beach volleyball men by default when COT players failed to represent their team due to schedule conflicts. / Resuma, J. P.