I haven't seen the sked yet but it's like this:
De La Salle has the twice-to-beat advantage against UST in the Finals for the Women's Division. Yesterday's match between UST and FEU was the only bearing one in their bracket. FEU had to win in order to make the finals but the scoreless draw saw UST get in because of goal difference.
Ateneo and FEU will play for the high school crown after a 1-1 draw yesterday morning. The home team gets the twice-to-beat advantage for a similar reason to the women's tie-breaker for yesterday's game.
I guess you can say that FEU's football program is one of the tops now (aside from UST too don't you think). Their teams made the high school and college finals and narrowly missed the women's collegiate finals as well. In yesterday's game between UST and FEU that had no-bearing at all, the Tigers won 3-1. FEU rested almost all their starters. Among others, Glester Sobremisana was the only starter who played significant minutes. UST on the other hand started many of their usual players but shifted them around. They moved Dave Basa -- who wore the captain's armband -- to attacking mid. FEU started well and scored a goal early on. They could have added a couple of others but misplayed their shots on goal. UST got going and even without Christian De Juan, a legit candidate for rookie of the year and MVP, as well as Johnson Lee, and they scored two goals in the second half to win. I'm going to predict it here -- UST will take away the lion's share of the season awards.
Games are this Thursday with Women's and Men's playing in Erenchun Field. The high school game is at Ocampo Field.
Good last games for a couple of Green Booters. Kim Smit, last year's team captain was beginning to suffer cramps but he mustered just enough on a nifty cross that beat the offside trap by UP. Teammate Eric Romero-Salas cut right and booted the ball in as a surprised Gabby Tañada was unable to do anything. After the half, starting DLSU keeper was replaced by Martin Villaflor, also playing his last game. Patrick Deyto played a field position for the third time this season and nearly got a goal. Villaflor played well and stopped some scoring chances for the Maroons. Deo Segunial is a workhorse upfront for UP. Without the suspended Ayi Aryee, he's been having a hard time.