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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

FEU Tamaraws
Far Eastern University
FEU Tamaraws official logo.png
League UAAP
Joined 1938
(NCAA founding member - 1924)
Location College - Nicanor Reyes St. Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines
High School - Sampaguita Ave. Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines
Team colors Green
FEU colors.svg
Gold
Women's team Lady Tamaraws
Juniors' team Baby Tamaraws
Seniors' general championships
  • UAAP: 16
    1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1959-60 1966-67 1968-69 1973-74 1981-82
Juniors' general championships

The FEU Tamaraws are the one of the varsity teams of Far Eastern University in the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP). The collegiate women's varsity teams are called the Lady Tamaraws while the high school varsity teams are called the Baby Tamaraws.

History

Far Eastern University was one of the founding members of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) of the Philippines in 1924. The team participated in the NCAA Philippines in 1929, then eventually withdrew in 1935 to join the Big 3 League composed of the universities which left the NCAA in 1932. Far Eastern University together with the University of the Philippines, University of Santo Tomas, and National University founded the University Athletic Association of the Philippines in 1938.

Team mascot and colors

FEU Tamaraws logo used until UAAP Season 75
FEU Tamaraws logo used until UAAP Season 75
Green and gold, the school colors of FEU
Green and gold, the school colors of FEU

The Tamaraw is the mascot of all FEU athletic teams. Hence, it is the pet name of every FEU student (Tams). Known scientifically as "Bubalus mindorensis", it is a rare animal found only in the island of Mindoro.[1]

Behind the Tamaraw logo design
Severino "Nonoy" Marcelo, a former cartoonist of The Advocate, the official student publication of Far Eastern University and a Centennial Artist, by virtue of a proclamation by the Cultural Center of the Philippines or CCP in 1998, created the Tamaraw logo, which is now used on the uniforms of the school's athletes.

The university colors are green and gold. Gold represents the golden opportunity for the university to serve the youth and for its alumni to serve the country. Green is for hope, representing the founder's aspirations of a "fair hope for the motherland".

Sports

Basketball

FEU won their first men's and women's UAAP basketball championships in 1938-39 and 1950–1951, respectively. The Tamaraws have the most number of championships in the men's basketball division, having won 20 titles. FEU ranks second in total number of combined championships won in the juniors, women's, and men's basketball divisions. In Season 68, the FEU Tamaraws Won Their 19th Title by sweeping the De La Salle Green Archers in their Best Of Three Championship Series. Played at The Araneta Coliseum on October 6, 2005.

In season 71, the Tamaraws finished the elimination round with 10 wins and 4 losses. They lost game one of the semifinals to the De La Salle Green Archers on September 11, 2008, then bowed out of contention three days later after losing game 2.

On October 15, 2014, the FEU Tamaraws lost their championship series against the NU Bulldogs in three games.

In Season 78 (2015–16), the Tamaraws claimed their 20th title in the men's basketball tournament. FEU won against UST in three games in their Finals series with Game 3 played on December 2, 2015 at the Mall of Asia Arena.[2]

UAAP Preseason 81 (S.Y. 2018–19) Rosters

The FEU Tamaraws Basketball Team

No. Name Position Height Weight Playing Yr. High School
0 Kim Lee S. Bayquin SF 6' 3" 185 lbs 3rd-Trf. Chiang Kai Shek College
1 Joseph Gerald L. Nunag SG 6' 1" 170 lbs. 2nd Rangitoto College - Auckland New Zealand
2 Alec June D. Stockton SF 6' 3" 1st Mamaroneck HS - Mamaroneck New York USA
3 Jasper Rori D. Parker PG 5' 10" 170 lbs. 2nd Sunny Hills HS - Fullerton California USA
4 Jose Allen C. Trinidad SG 5' 11" 155 lbs. 5th Orange Coast College
Costa Mesa California USA
5 Alejandrino Antonio S. Iñigo PG 5' 9" 150 lbs. 4th-Trf. San Beda College
6 Kenneth Louie Alas PF 6' 4" 180 lbs. Rookie San Beda University
8 Kevin Barkley C. Eboña C 6' 5" 200 lbs. 3rd Cebu Institute of Technology
9 Janhubert Angelo R. Cani PG 5' 11" 160 lbs. 3rd-Trf National University
10 Wendelino T. Comboy III SG 6' 0" 170 lbs. 3rd FEU Diliman
11 Ronnel Jeffrey G. Ramirez SG 6' 0" 170lbs. 3rd Fr. Goetz Catholic Secondary School
Mississauga Ontario Canada
12 Michael John Casiño
13 Louell Gonzales PG 5' 10" 150 lbs. FEU Diliman
15 Brandrey G. Bienes PF 6' 5" 190 lbs. 2nd FEU Diliman
17 Prince I. Orizu C 6' 9" 225 lbs 5th Ikeja High School - Lagos Nigeria
20 Kenneth James D. Tuffin SF 6' 4" 185 lbs. 2nd St. Patrick's College - Silverstream, Upper Hutt, New Zealand
21 Richard D. Escoto PF 6' 4" 210 lbs. 4th FEU Diliman
23 Clifford Jopia C 6' 6" 190 lbs. Rookie
25 Arvin Dave D. Tolentino PF 6' 4" 215 lbs. 4th-Trf San Beda College
99 Cade Flores 6' 4" 165 lbs. Buna High School - Buna Texas USA
Anaclito Dulatre Rookie Arellano University
James Daniel Tempra PF 6' 4" 180 lbs. Rookie Cebu Eastern College

The FEU Lady Tamaraws Basketball Team

No. Name Position Height Weight Playing Yr. High School
4 Paula De Guzman
5 Camille Taguiam
6 Yetunde Okunlola
8 Mary Ann Bastatas
9 Precious Angel Arellado
10 Maria Isabel Balleser
11 Daphne Jane Payadon
12 Fatima Quiapo
14 Valerie Mae Mamaril Pangasinan National High School
17 Joannah Mae Ouano
18 Nina Antiola
19 Angelica Gerner C
20 Princess Jumuad
Loraine Ventura

FEU Baby Tamaraws Basketball Team

No. Name Position Height Weight HS Grade Grade School
4 Eric James C. Jabel 10 St. Paul University - Dumaguete
5 Daniel Joe R. Celzo* 10 St. Martin Montessori School - Angono Rizal
6 Jeffrey Jordan O. Sapinit 10 Sarmiento Homes Academy - San Jose del Monte Bulacan
7 Karl Adrian S. Mariano 10 St. Anthony Academy of Quezon City
8 Jack Robertson P. Gloria 10 St. William School of Pasig
9 Jun G. Gabane 8 Marcelo H. Del Pilar Elementary School - Kamuning Quezon City
10 Royce D. Alforque*
11 Ramish Alforque*
12 Rhey Ian K. Boc* 10 Cesar Cabahug Elementary School - Mandaue City Cebu
14 Louell Jay C. Gonzales* 5' 10" 145 lbs. 12 Estrella Bella Luz Elementary School - San Mateo Isabela
15 Karl Barclay*
16 James Lyrad T. Bieren 10 Santolan Elementary School - Pasig City Metro Manila
17 Rhon Abarrientos* 5' 11" 150 lbs. 12
18 Kenji Curl R. Roman 10 St. John of Beverly School - Novaliches Quezon City
19 Louisse Sevilla*
20 Xyrus Dane O. Torres* 9 University of the Assumption - San Fernando City Pampanga
Kyle Bautista 5' 11"
Ona
Barasi
To
Tolentico
Sajonia
Libago
Escarda

Notable players

Men's Division

  • Manuel Araneta - Olympian, 1948 London Olympics.
  • Joselino "Nonong" Roa - UAAP Season 24 (1961–62) Most Valuable Player; The only collegiate player to be a member of the 1962 Philippine Basketball Team that won Gold in the 4th Asian games held in Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Arturo "Turo" Valenzona - Olympian, 1964 Tokyo Olympics.
  • Rey Lazaro - Member, 1979, 1980 and 1981 UAAP Champion Tamaraw Teams; Member, 1979 and 1980 RP Youth national basketball team; Played pro basketball in the PBA.
  • Alfredo Amador - Member, UAAP Grandslam Champion Tamaraw team (1979,1980 and 1981); Member, 1978 National Inter-Collegiate Champion; 1980 RP Youth Team member.
  • Glenn Capacio - 1983 UAAP MVP; Member, 1980-1981 & 1983 UAAP Men's Basketball Champion Tamaraw Team; Played in the PBA.
  • Johnny Abarrientos - UAAP Season 51 and 54 (1988–89, 1991–92) 2-Time Most Valuable Player; Member, UAAP seasons 54 & 55 Champion Tamaraw Team; 1996 PBA Season Most Valuable Player; 2-time PBA Finals Most Valuable Player; 8-time PBA All-star; 7-time member, PBA Mythical Team; 5-time selectee, PBA Defensive Team; 1997 PBA Commissioner's Cup Best Player of the Conference; PBA All-time leader in Steals. 3-Time Member of the RP National Team.
  • Marc Victoria - UAAP Season 59 (1996–97) Rookie of the Year; Played in the PBA.
  • Leo Avenido - UAAP Season 62 (1999-2000) Rookie of the Year; Played in the ABL and PBA.
  • Arwind Santos - UAAP Season 65 (2002–03) Rookie of the Year; Season 66-68 Mythical Team Member; Season 67 & 68 Defensive Player of the Year & Most Valuable Player; Member, UAAP Season 66-68 Basketball Champion Tamaraw Team; Member, 2008 PBA-Philippine National Basketball Team; The first Tamaraw jersey to be retired.
  • Mark Isip - UAAP Season 68 (2005–06) Mythical 5 Member; Member, UAAP Season 66 - 68 Men's Basketball Champion Tamaraw Team; Presently playing in the PBA.
  • Jeffrei Chan - Member, UAAP season 66-68 Men's Basketball Champion Tamaraw Team; UAAP Season 69 (2006–07) Mythical Team Member; Member, 2007 Southeast Asian Games in Basketball - gold medal; PBL Mr. Dynamic Player of the Season. Currently playing in the PBA.
  • Gerard Jones - UAAP Season 68 (2005–06) Mythical 5 Member; Member, UAAP Season 66 - 68 Men's Basketball Champion Tamaraw Team; PBL Champion
  • Marc Pingris - 8× PBA Champion (2006 Philippine, 2009 Fiesta, 2009-10 Philippine, 2012 Commissioner's, 2013 Governors', 2013-14 Philippine, 2014 Commissioner's , 2014 Governor's), 2× PBA Finals MVP (2006, 2013) 13× PBA All-Star (2005–2017) PBA Most Improved Player (2006), 3× PBA Mythical Second Team (2006, 2013, 2014), 3× PBA Defensive Player of the Year (2006, 2013, 2014), 8× PBA All-Defensive Team (2006, 2008, 2010–2014, 2016), PBA All-Star Game MVP (2011), 42nd Member of PBA 1,000 offensive rebound club, PBA Grand Slam champion (2014), PBA 40 Greatest Players. Dubbed as the "Pinoy Sakuragi", UAAP Season 64 Bench player
  • Jonas Villanueva - Member, UAAP season 68 (2005–06) Men's Basketball Champion Tamaraw Team; 2009 PBA Fiesta Conference Finals Most Valuable Player and Most Improved Player.
  • RR Garcia - Member, 2009 Filoil Flying V Preseason Men's basketball Champion Tamaraw team; No. 6 overall pick 2013 PBA Draft; UAAP Season 73 Most Valuable Player.
  • Terrence Romeo - UAAP Season 72 (2009–10) Juniors Most Valuable Player (37.1ppg, highest in UAAP Juniors history); Scored UAAP Juniors Record 83 points (35 in the 3rd quarter) vs UPIS; UAAP Season 73 (2010–11) Rookie of the Year; UAAP Season 75-76 Mythical Team Member; UAAP Season 76 Most Valuable Player (22.2ppg, highest since computerized statistics started in 2003); No. 5 overall pick 2013 PBA Draft.
  • Mac Belo - UAAP Season 78 (2015–16) Finals Most Valuable Player; UAAP Season 78 Men's Basketball Champion Tamaraw Team; PBA D-League Champion (2016 Foundation and Aspirant's Cup) Member of Gilas; Won Gold Medal in 2015 and 2017 SEA Games; Member of Gilas 2016 FIBA Asia Challenge; 1st Round Draft Pick Overall at the 2016 PBA Draft currently playing for Blackwater Elite
  • Roger Pogoy - UAAP Season 78 Men's Basketball Champion Tamaraw Team; PBA D-League Champion (2016 Foundation and Aspirant's Cup) Member of Gilas Cadets; Won Gold Medal in 2015 SEA Games; Member of Gilas 2016 FIBA Asia Challenge, 2017 SEABA Championship; and 2017 Jones Cup, currently under the roster of TNT KaTropa
  • Denok Miranda - Member, UAAP Season 66-68 Basketball Champion Tamaraw Team; Member, Playing for Blackwater Elite the Philippine basketball pro league
  • Francis Adriano - UAAP Season 61 Basketball Member; Played in MBA, PBA and ABL
  • Celino Cruz - UAAP Season 64 Basketball Member; Played in PBA and ABL
  • Carl Bryan Cruz - Played in Gilas; Won Gold Medal in SEA Games; currently under the roster of Alaska Aces
  • Mike Tolomia - Member, UAAP Season 78 Men's Basketball Champion Tamaraw Team; PBA D-League Most Valuable Player (2016 Foundation); PBA D-League Champion (2016 Foundation and Aspirant's Cup) Member of Gilas Cadets; Won Gold Medal in 2015 and 2017 SEA Games; Member of Gilas 2016 FIBA Asia Challenge; currently playing in the PBA, the Philippine basketball pro league as a member of the club team Meralco Bolts

Retired numbers

Basketball

  • Arwind Santos (19) Three-time UAAP champion (2003,2004,2005); Three-Time UAAP Finals MVP; (2003,2004,2005); Two-Time UAAP MVP (2004 & 2005); Two-Time UAAP Defensive Player of the Year (2004 & 2005); Three-time UAAP Scoring Champion (2003,2004,2005) ; Three-time UAAP Rebounding Champion (2003,2004,2005); Two-time UAAP Blocking Champion (2004 & 2005); 2002 UAAP Rookie of the Year.2013 governors cup best player of the conference, 2013 PBA MVP
  • Johnny Abarrientos (14) Two-time UAAP champion (1991–1992); 1991 UAAP MVP; 1996 PBA MVP

Rivals

  • UE Red Warriors, were involved in the rivalry called the "Battle of the East" with the FEU Tamaraws. Both the Red Warriors and the Tamaraws dominated the UAAP basketball tournaments from the 1950s up to the late 1980s. The Tamaraws came out on top of this rivalry having won 20 titles to the 18 titles of the Red Warriors.
  • De La Salle Green Archers, the rivalry was sparked during the Finals of Season 54 (1991) when La Salle's win in game 1 (where La Salle was twice-to-beat) was protested by FEU after a Green Archer was admitted into the playing court after being disqualified. The UAAP Board upheld the protest and ordered the replay. La Salle did not show up, claiming to have won legitimately. This resulted in the awarding of the championship trophy to FEU by the UAAP Board (UAAP Board decided that if La Salle did not show up in Game 1, they won't in the knock out Game 2). La Salle responded with a victory parade that passed through the other seven UAAP schools. When they passed through the FEU campus, the motorcade was bombarded with debris. In Season 67 (2004), La Salle had to give up another trophy to FEU. Two Green Archers were found to have falsified documents. Thus the trophy was awarded again to FEU, who were the Finals opponent of La Salle.[3] The rivalry is unofficially known as the "Battle of the Greens", because both teams sport green in their uniforms.

UAAP titles

Men's basketball 20 - 1938, 1939, 1947, 1950, 1956, 1961, 1972, 1973, 1976, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1991, 1992, 1997, 2003, 2004 , 2005, and 2015.

Women's basketball 11 - 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1991, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2008, 2011 and 2012

Juniors' basketball 8 - 1948, 1949, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1987, 2012, and 2016


Volleyball (indoor) pictogram.svg Volleyball

The FEU Tamaraw Spikers won their first UAAP volleyball title in season 9 (1946–47), while the FEU Lady Tamaraw Spikers won their first in season 11 (1948–49). As of UAAP Season 75 the Tamaraws have won 25 UAAP volleyball titles while the Lady Tamaraws have 29 UAAP championships. The Tamaraw Spikers has the longest championship streak in the UAAP. They were champions for twelve consecutive seasons, from 1946 to 1957.

UAAP Season 80 (S.Y. 2017–18) Rosters

The FEU Tamaraws Volleyball Team

No. Name Position Height Weight Playing Yr. High School
1 Jeremiah Barrica Libero
2 Richard E. Solis (Capt.) Opposite Hitter 4th
3 Kris Cian S. Silang Setter 2nd Jose Rizal Institute
4 Owen Jaime L. Suarez Setter 2nd Talisay Polytechnic Institute
5 Rikko Marius E. Marmeto Libero 3rd Unida Christian Colleges
6 Kevin Hadlocon
7 Jude U. Garcia Outside Hitter Umingan Central National High School
8 John Paul M. Bugaoan Middle Blocker
9 Christian Detablan Outside Hitter
10 Redijohn Paler Outside Hitter San Isidro Academy
11 Ralph Justine Dablo Middle Blocker 3rd Rosales National HS
12 John Paul Salabsab Middle Blocker Liceo De Victoria - Laguna
14 Raymond Baustista Pedro E. Diaz High School - Muntinlupa
15 Peter John B. Quiel Middle Blocker Dumangas National High School

The FEU Lady Tamaraws Volleyball Team

Previous Roster

UAAP Season 79 FEU Lady Tamaraws Line-up

Rivals

  • UST Growling Tigers and the FEU women's volleyball teams battled in the Finals for as long as 15 seasons (1988–2003), wherein 9 titles were won by the Lady Tamaraw Spikers.
  • UP Fighting Maroons, considered as one of the powerhouses in UAAP men's volleyball, ranks second to FEU (as of UAAP Season 69) in the number of men's volleyball championships. They won 9 titles. While FEU has 11 titles. The two teams competed for the men's volleyball championship in 8 seasons, 4 of which were won by the Tamaraws.

Volleyball (beach) pictogram.svg Beach Volleyball

UAAP Season 78 (S.Y. 2015-16) Rosters

Men's

No. Name Height Weight Playing Yr. High School
1 Christian Detablan
2 Greg Dolor
3 Jude Garcia

Women's

No. Name Height Weight Playing Yr. High School
1 Bernadeth A. Pons 5' 7" 120 lbs. 3rd Rafael Lacson Memorial High School
2 Kyla Llana M. Atienza 5' 5" 115 lbs. 3rd San Pedro Relocation Center HS
3 Rizalie C. Amaro 5'18 120 lbs. 3rd Rafael Lacson Memorial High School

Football

The FEU Tamaraw Booters, under coach Orlando Plagata, won their first title in the UAAP Football tournament in 1980-1981, while the FEU Lady Tamaraw Booters won their first title in 1983-1984. FEU ranks (as of UAAP Season 69) 2nd in terms of number of championships won in the said event since 1978.

FEU appeared in the event finals for as long as 27 seasons, wherein 2 men's football titles and 11 women's football titles were awarded to the Tamaraw Booters.

Outside the UAAP, the women's football team were also crowned champions for the first two editions of the PFF Women's Cup (2014, 2015). It has also competed in international tournaments such as in the 2015 HCM City International Women Football Tournament in Vietnam where it finished fourth out of four participating teams.

UAAP Season 79 (S.Y. 2017–18) Rosters

The FEU Tamaraws Football Team*

No. Name Position Height Weight Playing Yr. High School
3 Chy P. Villaseñor Right-back 3rd FEU - Diliman
6 Harold C. Alcoresa FEU - Diliman
7 Rico O. Andes Forward 3rd FEU - Diliman
8 Dominique O. Canonigo Forward 3rd Cebu City National Science HS
9 Alex R. Rayos, Jr. Forward 5th FEU - Diliman
10 Nicolas B. Ferrer, Jr. Forward 5th
11 Michael B. Menzi Centre-back 5th FEU - Diliman
12 Nickael B. Ferrer Forward
13 Justin Marc S. Calamba Right-back 5th FEU - Diliman
14 John Martin T. Salilig 3rd
18 Gilbert L. Mendoza, Jr. FEU - Diliman
19 Ray Joseph E. Joyel Goalkeeper 3rd FEU - Diliman
21 Patrick Bonn F. Rallos Full-back 5th FEU - Diliman
22 Dave T. Parac Goalkeeper Rookie FEU - Diliman
24 Mark Joseph D. Arranguez Midfield 3rd FEU - Diliman
26 Reymart A. Cubon Centre-back 5th Barasanan National HS
29 Angelou Val S. Jurao (Capt.) Midfield 5th FEU - Diliman
30 Dave P. Deloso Forward 3rd FEU - Diliman
37 Resty H. Monterona Right-back FEU - Diliman
39 Paolo A. Bugas Midfield 5th FEU - Diliman
44 Audie B. Menzi Centre-back 3rd FEU - Diliman
88 John Renz P. Saldivar Left-back FEU - Diliman

The FEU Lady Tamaraws Football Team*

No. Name Position Height Weight Playing Yr. High School
5 Portia Daidaluz D. Acibar 4th
8 Suettie Marie S. Simoy Santa Barbara Nat'l Comprehensive HS
12 Jovelle C. Sudaria Santa Barbara Nat'l Comprehensive HS
14 Bea Lynn D. Requerme Forward
18 Jinky Rose J. Sales 4th
24 Hazel Romina E. Arce
28 Rhescy Aloha F. Bejic Agusan National High School
31 Mary Harriette E. Lam Forward Pedro Roa High School
Alina Rose B. Araneta Forward 4th
Jean Brigette Dc. Kadil Midfielder 4th
Joy Roses C. Chavez Goalkeeper 4th
Kimberly Jane F. Pariña Goalkeeper
Zhyrelle Lou A. Belluga Rookie Zamboanga del Norte Nat'l High School
Quennie Faye U. Chinedo 4th Agusan National High School
Maureen Abayon Olongapo City National High School
Mae Ann A. Caw-it Ozamiz City National High School
Katherine Kate L. Dacanay Sacred Heart High School - Springfields Massachusetts USA
Hannah Faith R. Pachejo 4th
Khryss Kaye L. Dacanay
Kimberly Eureka N. Cupal 4th
Vanessa C. Velasco

Rivals

  • Ateneo Blue Eagles started in 1983, the men's football rivalry lasted for 5 years, where 2 titles were won by FEU.
  • De La Salle Green Archers, this FEU-DLSU football rivalry emerged in 1996, which then lasted for as long as 9 years. 5 titles were won by the FEU Lady Tamaraw Booters from the DLSU Lady Archers.

Track and Field

The FEU Charging Tamaraws won their first championship in Track and Field in UAAP Season 10 (1947–48), while the FEU Charging Lady Tamaraws won their first championship in UAAP Season 13 (1950–51). FEU currently ranks first, in terms of number of titles won in the UAAP Track and Field competition, with 57 titles, followed by the Ateneo Blue Eagles with 29 titles, and NU Bulldogs with 27 titles since the conception of the UAAP.

The Charging Lady Tamaraws currently owns the longest winning streak in the said event. They've been UAAP track and field champions for 7 consecutive seasons, and currently has the highest number of titles in women's track and field with 30 titles, while the Charging Tamaraws, also the highest among participating universities in the event, with 27 titles.

Notable tracksters

Lydia De Vega-Mercado Gold medalist, Asian Games, New Delhi, 1982
Marestella Torres 23rd SEA Games Gold Medalist, Manila Philippines; Silver medalist, Women's Long Jump, 16th Asian Athletic Championships, Korea, 2005, Olympian 2008 Beijing Olympics
Sharon Jizmundo UAAP Season 67 Women's Track and Field Most Valuable Player, 4 × 100 m Relay Philippine Jr. Record Holder
Anabel Siason UAAP Season 67 Women's Track and Field Most Valuable Player
Lerma Bulauitan SEAGAMES Gold Medalist, 2003 Grand Prix Gold Medalist, Olympian Sydney Olympics
Elma Muros SEAGAMES Multiple Gold Medalist
Rosie Villarito UAAP MVP (Field), SEAGAMES Silver Medalist Javelin Throw
Melinda Manahan 20 km Walk Philippine Record Holder

FEU Cheering Squad

The FEU Cheering Squad consists of three major groups, that either perform during halftime performances in major games or events in the UAAP or other sport competitions participated by the university athletes (FEU Cheerdancers), lead the FEU crowd in cheering during the said events though the university's chants or cheers (FEU Boosters), and drum beats (FEU Green Bisons).

FEU Cheerdancers
The FEU Cheer Dancers are Far Eastern University's cheer dance group, consisting mainly of gymnasts and dancers. They participate in the UAAP Cheer Dance Competition (CDC), and other related exhibitions and competitions.

FEU Boosters
The Official cheerleaders of FEU, also known as "Boosters", is a supporting group for the varsity teams of the school. They're the group exceptionally with loud voices, and solid hand gestures.

FEU Drummers
The official cheer drummers of FEU, formerly known as the "FEU Green Bisons", well trained in beating the drums. Works together with FEU Boosters and FEU Cheerdancers, supporting group and participates in school's varsity games.

Awards and Achievements

Event Year Award
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 1995 2nd Runner-up
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 1996 1st Runner-up
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 1997 1st Runner-up
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 1998 Champion
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 1999 2nd Runner-up
Star Olympics Cheering Competition 2002 2nd Runner-up
1st Manila Youth Games Cheering Competition 2003 Champion
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2003 2nd Runner-up
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2004 2nd Runner-up
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2005 2nd Runner-up
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2006 1st Runner-up
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2007 2nd Runner-up
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2008 2nd Runner-up
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2009 Champion
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2010 1st Runner-up
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2011 2nd Runner-up
National Cheerleading Championship 2012 1st Runner-up
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2012 1st Runner-up
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2013 4th Runner-up
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2014 5th Runner-up
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2015 4th Runner-up
National Cheerleading Championship 2016 2nd Runner-up
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2016 1st Runner-up
National Cheerleading Championship 2017 1st Runner-up
UAAP Cheerdance Competition 2016 3rd Runner-up
National Cheerleading Championship 2017 Champion

Other notable alumni athletes

Elma Muros-Posadas Southeast Asian Games Gold Medalist
Haydee Coloso-Espino Gold Medalist, Swimming, Manila Asiad, 1954
Anthony Villanueva Gave the Philippines its FIRST Silver Medal in the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan.
Marestella Torres 23rd SEA Games Gold Medalist, Manila Philippines; Silver medalist, Women's Long Jump, 16th Asian Athletic Championships, Korea, 2005
Arnel Ferrera 23rd SEA Games Record Holder Gold Medalist, Hammer Throw, Manila Philippines
Mark Denver Atienza 23rd SEA Games Gold Medalist Fencing, Manila Philippines
Wilfredo Vizcayno Jr. 23rd SEA Games Gold Medalist Fencing, Manila Philippines
Brian Peralta 23rd SEA Games Bronze Medalist Aerobic Gymnastics Manila Philippines
Jayson Gonzales 22nd SEA Games Gold Medalist Chess, Vietnam; International Master
Veronica Domingo 22nd SEA Games, Gold Medalist Taekwondo, Vietnam
Lerma Bulauitan Gold Medalist 2003 Asian Grand Prix, Manila Philippines
Tirso del Rosario Boxing Champion, International Hall of Fame
Bernabe Lovina Philippines Sportswriters Association (PSA) Awardee for Track, 1950
Alberto T. Nogar Sr. (Weightlifter) Bronze Medalist 1958 3rd Asian Games Tokyo, Japan, 5th Place 1958 World Weightlifting Championship Stockholm, Sweden, 8th place 1960 Rome Olympiad, 1960 Philippine Sportswriters Association Weightlifter of the Year
Rodolfo Lugay Member of the 1954 RP baseball team that won the 1st Asian Baseball Championships held in Manila. Played for an all-RP squad against the New York Yankees in the same year. Played for FEU in the UAAP and the Manila Bay Baseball League.
Ricardo Fortaleza Gold Medalist 6th Asian Games, Silver Medalist 1971 Asian Boxing Champion, Olympian 1972 Munich Olympics, Philippines Amateur Boxing of the Year 1970-1972, Araullo High School's Most Outstanding Alumnus in Sports 1993

Retired jersey numbers

Basketball

Volleyball

Rankings in the UAAP

These are the rankings of the University in the UAAP events it is participating since 1986, the year the UAAP became an eight member-school league.

Seniors' events

UAAP Season
Men's Basketball
M
Women's Volleyball
W
Men's Football
M
Cheerdance
CD
Men's Volleyball
M
Men's Beach volleyball
M
Women's Beach volleyball
W
Men's Badminton
M
Women's Badminton
W
Women's Basketball
W
Women's Football
W
Men's Track and field
M
Women's Track and field
W
Men's Taekwondo
M
Women's Taekwondo
W
Men's Chess
M
Women's Chess
W
Men's Table tennis
M
Women's Table tennis
W
49 5th 4th 3rd - 4th - - - - ? 1st 1st ? - - ? ? ? ?
50 4th 1st 3rd - 2nd - - - - ? 1st ? ? - - ? ? ? ?
51 4th 2nd 3rd - 2nd - - - - ? 2nd ? 1st - - ? ? ? ?
52 4th 1st 3rd - 1st - - - - ? 1st 1st 1st - - ? ? ? ?
53 1st 1st 5th - 3rd - - - - 1st 1st 1st 1st - - ? ? ? ?
54 1st 2nd 5th - 4th - - - - ? 2nd 1st 1st - - ? ? ? ?
55 5th 1st 5th - 3rd - - - - ? 2nd 1st ? - - ? ? ? ?
56 4th 2nd 4th - 3rd - - - - ? 2nd ? 1st ? ? ? ? ? ?
57 4th 1st 4th 3rd 2nd - - ? ? ? 2nd ? 1st ? ? ? ? ? ?
58 4th 1st
59 7th 2nd 3rd 2nd 2nd - - ? ? 1st 1st 1st 1st ? ? ? ? ? ?
60 1st 2nd 3rd 2nd 1st - - ? ? 1st 1st 1st 1st ? ? ? ? ? ?
61 2nd 1st 3rd 1st 1st - - ? ? 1st 1st 1st ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
62 4th 4th 3rd 3rd 2nd - - ? ? ? 2nd ? 1st ? ? ? ? ? ?
63 2nd 1st 6th 3rd 2nd - - ? ? ? 1st ? 1st ? ? ? ? ? ?
64 3rd 1st 5th ? 4th - - 1st 1st ? 1st 4th 2nd ? ? ? ? ? ?
65 5th 1st 5th 4th 5th - - ? ? ? 2nd 5th 4th ? ? ? ? ? ?
66 1st 2nd 4th 3rd 3rd - - 1st ? ? 2nd 3rd 3rd ? ? ? ? ? ?
67 *1st 4th 3rd 3rd 1st - - 2nd ? ? ? 1st 1st ? ? ? ? ? ?
68 1st 3rd 5th 3rd 1st - - 2nd 2nd 4th 3rd 1st 1st 3rd 4th 5th 4th 4th 2nd
69 5th 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 4th 1st 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 3rd 3rd 1st 2nd 1st 2nd
70 5th 1st 1st 3rd 2nd 1st 1st 3rd 2nd 5th 1st 1st 1st 1st 3rd 1st 4th 2nd 1st
71 3rd 2nd 2nd 3rd 6th 2nd 1st 4th 1st 1st 3rd 1st 1st 3rd 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st
72 3rd 5th 1st 1st 2nd 2nd 6th 3rd 2nd 2nd 3rd 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 1st
73 2nd 6th 5th 2nd 2nd 1st 3rd 7th 1st 2nd 1st 1st 1st 4th 2nd 1st 2nd 3rd 1st
74 2nd 4th 3rd 3rd 1st 1st 6th 4th 4th 1st 3rd 1st 1st 3rd 1st 1st 4th 2nd 3rd
75 5th 4th 3rd 2nd 2nd 2nd 8th 5th 2nd 1st 1st 1st 1st
76 3rd 5th 1st 4th 3rd
77 2nd 4th 1st 5th 5th
78 2nd 5th 5th 4th 5th
79 3rd 4th 2nd 2nd 3rd
80 4th 4th
81
82
83
84
85

* - handed over by the UAAP Board due to the suspension meted on De La Salle University.

Beach volleyball tournament in the 69th season was a demonstration event.

See FEU Baby Tamaraws for FEU Junior Rankings

Championships tally

The University currently participates in 11 out of 16 events in the UAAP (as of UAAP Season 69). Total number of championships won in the UAAP seniors division include both men's and women's teams championships.

1st semester events Total 2nd semester events Total Not participated this season Total
Basketball
Basketball tournament
20
Football
Football tournament
13
Softball
Softball tournament
19
Chess
Chess tournament
2
Track and field
Track and Field tournament
57
Tennis
Tennis tournament
7
Beach volleyball
Beach Volleyball tournament
4
Volleyball
Volleyball tournament
72
Swimming
Swimming tournament
14
Taekwondo
Taekwondo tournament
1
Badminton
Badminton tournament
5
Cheerdance
Cheerdance competition
2
Fencing
Fencing tournament
1
Table tennis
Table Tennis tournament
2

The FEU Tamaraws were the first over-all league champions in the UAAP in 1948, making their first streak with 11 over-all championship titles which was later halted by the UST Growling Tigers in 1959. The FEU team last had their over-all UAAP championship title in 1982.

School Juniors Seniors Total
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University of Santo Tomas
10 35 45
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Far Eastern University
0 16 16
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University of the East
1 5 6
UP colors.svg
University of the Philippines
0 5 5
Ateneo colors.svg
Ateneo de Manila University
2 0 2
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National University
2 1 3
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De La Salle University
0 1 1
Adamson colors.svg
Adamson University
0 0 0

See UAAP Overall Championship

See also

External links

References

  1. ^ The FEU Advocate - University Profile
  2. ^ Terrado, Reuben (2 December 2015). "FEU Tamaraws outduel UST in Game Three thriller, win first UAAP title in a decade". Spin.ph. Retrieved 2 December 2015. 
  3. ^ UAAP Basketball Champions
  4. ^ Leongson, Randolph B. (November 15, 2016). "FEU to retire Daquis' no. 3 jersey". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved November 16, 2016. 
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