NCAA Track and Field ‘FULL RESULTS’ and Wrap-up

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NCAA Complete Results 2012

For a recap and summary of the meet continue reading.

Noval defends NCAA title

The highlight of this meet was a convincing victory and NCAA meet record in the 100 Meters by College of Saint Benilde’s Daniel Noval. The nineteen year old clocked an impressive 10.84s just .02 seconds off the National Junior Record of Ralph Waldy Soguilon 10.82s set in Brunei  at the Asian Juniors in 2001). Noval originally hails from Mandaue, Cebu and is now coached by Emerson Obiena. He will get another shot at the Junior Record at the National Games in Dumaguete at the end of May. He successfully managed to defend his NCAA title at the expense of SEA Games 400m Silver Medalist Archand Bagsit of Letran (11.00) and another junior sprinter, John Willie Jules of San Sebastian (11.06). With a string of titles starting with Milo Little Olympics (2009-2010), Palarong Pambansa 2009-2010, Palarong Pambansa 100-200 joint records 2010, PICAM 2011, and NCAA 2011. Next on cards is the junior record in Dumaguete.

Noval also helped CSB also score a 42.50s games record in the heats of the 4x100m relay, the CSB team went onto win the final in 42.85s

Bagsit later avenged this loss in the Mens 200m (22.37) beating Noval and Philip Silloco of UPHR into a very strong head wind of -3.7 and Mens 400m (48.87) and also an unexpected win in the long jump (7.06). Bagsit beat the Diones Brothers of JRU. Meanwhile in the Boys 400m Joseph Ablao showed he was the top contender for the Palarong Pambansa 400m crown when he won the high school boys division at the NCAA in 50.28 a win to go with his recent one at the NCR Palaro Eliminations.

Due to the absence of Espinosa in the jumps and several others Mapuans. It was Mark Harry Diones of JRU who took the win in the triple jump with a leap of 14.49. Unheralded Mark Basa of UPHR clocked a handy 15.17s in the 110m Hurdles at the expense of pre race favourite Robert Francisco who was out of the heats after suffering a hamstring injury. Overall the depth of hurdlers has risen since Patrick Unso broke the senior record.   While in throws JRU John Mantua heaved the shotput out to 13.90m.

Mervin Guarte had an easy day at the office winning the 800m in 1m52.90 and 4m02 in the 1500m. Although these times were far from the 1m50 and 3m47 he posted to win silvers at the Palembang SEA Games last year. Guarte also won the 3k steeples and 5km events. It is clear that Guarte and Bagsit are still recovering from their efforts in the SEA Games and can be expected to return to form in time to peak for the National Games.

Sources and Special Thanks to
Roselyn Hamero from PATAFA Facebook Group for providing some of the partial results.
The Team at PATAFA Multiply website & facebook group for providing some of the results.
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5 Responses to NCAA Track and Field ‘FULL RESULTS’ and Wrap-up

  1. Keana Fine says:

    Thank you for your suggestions of road races, but I’m not in condition for running any kind of distance, as this is Track season in the US now and during track, I’m a sprinter.
    I will start my Cross Country training in July, and run 5k races up until the middle of November.

    I was really hoping to compete in some sprints. 100m/200m/400m

    But, again, thank you!

  2. Keana Fine says:


    I’m my name is Keana Fine, and I’m age 14, Filipina/American. I will be visiting the Philippines this coming March 25 thru April 5.

    I was hoping to be able to run in as many track meets as possible when I visit.
    My favorite event is the 400m, but I also love running the 100/200m and occasional 800m.
    I also run cross country in the Fall here, at the State competition last year I ran a 20:13 5K …The Washington State course is a tough one too, mostly hills.

    I will be visiting family in San Fabian, Pangasinan and also will be in Manila during this time. Actually, if most of the meets are in Manila, my mom was thinking we could just rent a room and stay in Manila.

    Do you know of any nice tracks in the San Fabian area? Or should I just stay in Manila?

    Do you know where I can find out about when the meets are scheduled?

    I hope you don’t mind my questions.

    I look forward to your response, have a great day!

    Keana Fine

    • pirieandrew says:

      Hi Keana,

      My name is Andrew i am based in Australia but partake alot in the Track and Field scene in the Philippines. There are two tracks in the Pangasinan province one is at the University of San Carlos and the other one is in Lingayen. However i seriously doubt they have any competitions there. March 25 to April 5 is a fairly dead period for competitions especially for non high school and non college athletes. If you are looking for a road race in Manila im certain Mr. Moriel Carreon, aka. the founder of this site might be able to suggest something they do have 3k upwards. There are no planned open competitions during this period.


    • @Keanna: Agree with mr Andrew. If you want to participate in competitions while you are here in the Philippines. The best solution is to join the road races in Manila. I shall email you the list of races that you can choose from because its normal here to have 5 different races in one Sunday. Of course I will give you some pointers as to what races will be well organized.

      Goodluck on your planned race!

    • @Keana: Hi, as promised, here are your options for road races. I am not endorsing any organizers or races, but I am suggesting some which I think will fit in your training program in the US as of this moment:

      march 25: 2 options

      Fox Intl Channels 3k or 5k: course is relatively flat (asphalt)

      Takbu To 1.5k or 3k or 5k: course is very hilly

      march 31: no recommendation because two are out of towns and the 3rd one is full of nuisance joggers

      april 1: 2 options

      Yakult 3k or 5k: course flat

      De Lasalle Green and White 3k or 5k: course relatively flat


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