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The Adamson Soaring Falcons are the collegiate men's varsity teams of Adamson University that play in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines. The collegiate women's varsity teams are called the Lady Falcons while the high school varsity teams are called the Baby Falcons.

The University's varsity athletes participate in different sports. The Falcons teams are members of various leagues including Shakey's V-League, Fr. Martin's Cup, Filoil Flying V Pre-Season Cup and University Games. The men's basketball team also participates in the PBA D-League under the brand name of Freego Jeans.

Mascot and ColorsEdit

File:Adamson colors.svg
File:Brown-Falcon,-Vic,-3.1.2008.jpg

The school's choice of the Falcon for its mascot is symbolic. Just as the Falcon soars high before inflicting harm on its prey, so do the varsity teams of Adamson soar high to defeat their opponents in a sporting event. The Falcon was adopted in reference to the live falcons that the school takes care of.

Blue and White are Adamson's official school colors.

SportsEdit

BasketballEdit

  • The Adamson Soaring Falcons won it's first and only UAAP men's basketball championship in Season 40 (1977–78).
  • The Adamson Baby Falcons also won its first UAAP juniors basketball championship in Season 40 (1977–78) to record Adamson's first ever double (men's and juniors') championships in the UAAP. It was the second double championship in the history of the UAAP and the first double championship after more than 2 decades.
  • The Adamson Baby Falcons basketball team holds the longest juniors championship streak in the UAAP with 6 consecutive championships (1988–1993).
  • The Adamson Lady Falcons has recorded back-to-back women's basketball championships twice (2003-2004 & 2009-2010).
  • The Adamson Soaring Falcons basketball team won the University Games championship in 2003.

UAAP Season 74

The Soaring Falcons Basketball Team RosterEdit

No. Name Position Height Weight Playing Yr. High School
4 Michael Angelo P. Agustin SF 6' 1" 170 lbs. 1st
5 Lester Andrew F. Alvarez PG 5' 9" 150 lbs. Final Year Colegio de San Juan de Letran
6 Alexander S. Nuyles SF 6' 2" 175 lbs. 4th Dominican School of Camalig Albay
7 Ryan Christopher M. Monteclaro PG 5' 7" 140 lbs. 2nd San Beda College
8 Jerick U. Cañada (Capt.) PG 5' 8" 145 lbs. Final Year Don Bosco Tech Center - Cebu
9 Genesis R. Manuel PF 6' 3" 180 lbs. 1st University of Santo Tomas
10 Roider Ross B. Cabrera PF 6' 4" 185 lbs. 3rd Emilio Aguinaldo College
11 Jansen M. Rios SF 6' 2" 175 lbs. 2nd Colegio de San Juan de Letran
12 Harry C. Petilos SF 6' 2" 175 lbs. 3rd (Transf.) Biliran National Agricultural College
13 Eric James M. Camson PF 6' 3" 180 lbs. 3rd Gov. F. Leviste Memorial National HS
Lemery Batangas
14 Jan Julius T. Colina PF 6' 3" 180 lbs. Final Year University of Cebu
15 Lionel N. Manyara C 6' 6" 215 lbs. 2nd Kenya
17 John Rodney S. Brondial C 6' 4" 185 lbs. 2nd Quezon City Academy
18 Jeffrey G. Olalia SF 6' 2" 175 lbs. 3rd Adamson University

Team Depth ChartEdit

Pos. Starting 5 Bench 1 Bench 2 Bench 3
C Austin Manyara Rodney Brondial Mike Agustin
PF Jan Colina Eric Camson Genesis Manuel
SF Janus Lozada Roider Cabrera Harry Petilos Jansen Rios
SG Alex Nuyles Allen Etrone Jeff Olalia
PG Lester Alvarez Jerick Cañada Ryan Monteclaro

Coaching StaffEdit

  • Head Coach: Leo Austria
  • Assistant Coaches:
    • Jing Ruiz
    • Mon Santos
    • Ronald Perada

Notable playersEdit

Men's Basketball

BaseballEdit

  • Joselito Bermoza
  • Mark Bernardino
  • Lloyd Cabigon
  • Jayson Dimatulac
  • Albert Fajardo
  • Bernard Gomez
  • Romeo Jasmin
  • Edward Landicho
  • Gian Llaguno
  • Marvin Malig
  • German Marcelino
  • Charles Paul Natividad
  • Genald Pareja
  • Maclyn Samorin
  • Richard Siacor
  • Warren Vispo
  • Welvin Vispo
  • Jozzer Araga
  • John Eric Federio
  • Christian Gaddi
  • Bernard Gomez
  • Levi Glenn Ibaan
  • Mark Anthony Kakisako
  • Roger Landicho
  • Nathan Macapas
  • John Louie Magbanua
  • German Marcelino
  • Michael Medina
  • Roderick Mercado
  • Glenn Castanar

BadmintonEdit

Men

  • Jordan Alcantara
  • T.J. Alonzo
  • Francisco Kim
  • Marc Gregory Olanio
  • Ramon Pardo
  • Jerome Pechera
  • Zyron Cayanan
  • Ian Karlo Dizon
  • Renz Paguia
  • Christopher Crisologo

Women

  • Verna Belason
  • Janina Marie Chavez
  • Diana Clado
  • Nikki Guisando
  • Jeryss Lu
  • Jael Quirimit
  • Angelica Pardo
  • Lovely Sawada
  • Jubie Vallata
  • Ma. Isabel Villaran

JudoEdit

  • Dikembe Moreno
  • Angelo Milallos
  • Ma. Cristina Yongco
  • Felix Fernan Colbera
  • Gabriel Velasco
  • Evan louie Ignacio
  • Wilmae Pabulayan
  • Lester Daylag Pilar

Adamson Pep SquadEdit

Pep Squad Dancers

  • Lalaine Fortunado
  • Veronica Belaos
  • Judy Eusebio
  • Norbert Libao
  • Jessica Sapaden
  • Kenneth Santos
  • Mae Gomez
  • Jean Mondia
  • Jazzen Marie Regala
  • Analee Samera
  • Roan Nang
  • Jan Marlo Delos Angeles
  • "Yanyan" Merin
  • Junette Jayoma
  • Dennis Cariño
  • Gem Apostol
  • John Irvin Salazar
  • Jayson Fugaban
  • Jomar Malla
  • Carlo Lazaro
  • Jeremy Lorenzo
  • Dan Albert Rabino (captain)
  • Princess Barbara Lupague
  • Aaron Azucena
  • John Philip Rivera
  • James Errol Tarrayo
  • Richard Macarroyo
  • John Paulo Anillo
  • Carl Justine
  • Christopher Crisologo

Team B

  • Kaycie Fajardo
  • Reena del Rosario
  • Lourievelle Rodriguez
  • Cynthia Paniza
  • Ronnie Santos
  • Albert Fulgencio
  • Jaybee Urbiztondo
  • Nuriel Jay Domalanta
  • Robert Carlos Peña
  • Cesar John Liwanag
  • Ramhel Hael
  • James Nadura
  • Argel Allen delos Santos
  • Kevin Lagrama
  • Marvin
  • Rollyn Collumbres
  • Rowell Cadores
  • John Carlo Cruz
  • Edgardo Pascual
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RankingsEdit

Being the three most popular sports in UAAP, this is the school's ranking in each sport since 1987, the year, the UAAP became an 8-team league.

A.Y. MEN'S BASKETBALL WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL BASEBALL SOFTBALL
1987–1988 4th 5th 1st -
1988–1989 4th 6th ? -
1989–1990 6th 7th 1st -
1990–1991 6th 7th ? -
1991–1992 4th 5th 1st -
1992–1993 2nd 4th 1st -
1993–1994 2nd 3rd 1st -
1994–1995 Suspended
1995–1996 6th 4th ? -
1996–1997 7th 3rd ? -
1997–1998 7th 4th 1st 1st
1998–1999 8th 5th 1st 1st
1999–2000 8th 6th ? 1st
2000–2001 8th 8th ? 1st
2001–2002 8th 7th ? -
2002–2003 7th 8th ? -
2003–2004 4th* 7th ? 1st
2004–2005 5th* 5th ? 1st
2005–2006 6th* 2nd ? 1st
2006–2007 4th 3rd ? 1st
2007–2008 7th 2nd 1st 2nd
2008–2009 7th 4th 1st 1st
2009–2010 5th 4th 1st 2nd
2010–2011 3rd 3rd 3rd 1st
2011–2012 3rd

Note: The rankings from 2003-2005 considers the forfeited games of DLSU. UAAP Season 68#Suspension of De La Salle University-Manila.

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