Champion Ateneo Blue

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Ateneo Blue Eagles - Sports - Football - Notable Players
... Men's Division 1924-1999 Celestino Martinez, HS '29 - Member, Ateneo Blue Booters 1979 Inductee, Ateneo Sports Hall of Fame ... Jesus "Jess" Suarez - HS '30 AA '32 - Team Captain, 1928 and 1929 Ateneo Blue Booters Member, 1926-1930 Ateneo Blue Booters team 1982 Inductee, Ateneo Sports Hall of Fame ... Arsenio "Arsenic" Lacson, HS '30 AB '34 - Member, Ateneo Blue Booters Coach, 1947-48 Ateneo Blue Booters 1979 Inductee, Ateneo Sports Hall of Fame ...
Ateneo Blue Eagles - The King Eagle
... late 1950s, the sports press started referring to the team captain of the Ateneo men's varsity basketball team as the King Eagle ... this name from the school's fighting song, Blue Eagle - The King, which they hear being sang by the Ateneo gallery during the games when the Blue Eagles were still ... of the back-to-back 1957 and 1958 NCAA champions Ateneo Blue Eagle team was the first team captain to be called King Eagle ...
Ateneo Blue Eagles - Sports - Basketball - Notable Players
... Paddy" Padilla, HS '26 AB '30 (Summa cum laude) - King Eagle, 1928 NCAA champion Ateneo Blue Eagles team King Eagle, 1929 NCAA defending champion Ateneo Blue ... Jesus "Jess" Suarez, HS '30 AA '32 - Member, 1928 NCAA champion Ateneo Blue Eagle team King Eagle, 1929 and 1930 Ateneo Blue Eagles team 1982 Inductee, Ateneo Sports Hall of Fame ... AA '32 AB '34 - Member, three-peat NCAA champions Ateneo Blue Eagles team King Eagle, 1933 NCAA champion Ateneo Blue Eagles team Member, RP national basketball ...

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