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    Saturday, October 6, 2012

    UST vs. Ateneo In UAAP 75 Finals: Which Team Has More UAAP Men's Basketball Titles?



    Photo C/O Carlo Cacho

    In Men's Basketball, the UST Growling Tigers have more Titles than the Ateneo Blue Eagles. UST have 18 UAAP Men's Basketball Titles. They are currently tied with the UE Red Warriors in terms of the number of Titles won with 18 apiece.

    The UST Tigers are looking to get their 19th UAAP Title this year at the expense of the Ateneo Blue Eagles (Excluding their 1 NCAA Title in 1930).

    UST and Ateneo are the protagonists of the UAAP Season 75 Men's Basketball Finals. If UST will be a able to capture the crown, they will tie the FEU Tamaraws with 19 UAAP Titles each.

    The Ateneo Blue Eagles on the other hand have 7 UAAP Men's Basketball Titles excluding their 14 Titles in the NCAA. They have won the last 4 Seasons of the UAAP Men's Basketball and they are looking to achieve a rare 5 straight UAAP Men's Basketball Titles. Will they be able to beat UST and get their 8th UAAP Title? Let's see.

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