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Tyrus Hill, Kurt Lojera return to UAAP with La Salle

 

MANILA, Philippines – Former Adamson Falcons Tyrus Hill and Kurt Lojera mark their official UAAP comeback with the La Salle Green Archers this season.

The two Filipino-Americans made La Salle's final 16-man lineup that also includes 3 Fil-foreign one-and-done players in Keyshawn Evans, Jamie Orme, and James Laput

The new recruits reinforce La Salle's veteran core of Aljun Melecio, Justine Baltazar and Andrei Caracut as the Green Archers vie for a more competitive run after missing the Final Four last season. (WATCH: La Salle Green Archers seek redemption)

 

The Team for 2K19 #ArrowsUp pic.twitter.com/oihvLVgmgw — Go Archers (@GoArchers) September 3, 2019 

 

Hill – who made headlines in 2017 for his poster dunks – did not suit up for the Green Archers in their Filoil preseason stint, where they lost to three-peat NCAA champion San Beda in the Finals. 

Both Hill and Lojera, who were recruited by Adamson head coach Franz Pumaren in California, suited up for the Falcons in 2017 where they helped lead the team to a Final Four appearance. 

However, the former Athletic Amateur Union (AAU) players transferred to La Salle and served a one-year residency last season. (READ: ‘I had to move on,' says Tyrus Hill on jump to La Salle from Adamson)

Under the guidance of La Salle consultant and former Qatar national coach Jermaine Byrd and head coach Gian Nazario, the Green Archers aim for a semifinal return, and possibly, make their third UAAP Finals appearance in 4 years.

Last season, La Salle got booted out of Final Four contention after Far Eastern University's Arvin Tolentino scored a go-ahead triple in a heated battle for the last semifinal spot.  – Rappler.com 

 

 

 

Beatrice Go

More commonly known as “Bee”, Beatrice is a multimedia sports reporter for Rappler, who covers Phillippine sports governance, national teams, football and the UAAP. Stay tuned for her news and features on Philippine sports and videos like the Rappler Athlete’s Corner and Rappler Sports Timeout.

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