Thank You, Jack!

by Jose Antonio A. Conde

PASIG CITY–Thank you, Coach Jack Santiago! Without Coach Franz Pumaren, DLSU could still win. The DLSU Green Archers shocked the UST Growling Tigers because of a one player who made the unforgettable shot that would simply never forget, rookie Maui Villanueva.

The DLSU Green Archers won over the UST Growling Tigers, 81-79 in Araneta Coliseum in Quezon City thanks to that shot. It was actually LA Revilla who supposedly made the shot simply because he is a fast PG, but he didn’t made but suddenly Villanueva made that shot and in! Thus, this was the coaching debut of Jack Santiago who temporarily takes over DLSU from Franz Pumaren. Pumaren is in Iran for the RP Youth Team purposed who are playing in a basketball tournament. At first, it was DLSU who ran over the lead but UST fought back in the next period but in the 3rd, both teams have exchanging performances like Jervy Cruz and JV Casio, a strong comeback was made by JV Casio and Maui Villanueva who had superb performances respectively.

Technically, Coach Jack is a Mapua Cardinal. Formerly a successful poing guard in the amateurs, Jack made some noise while playing for the PBA. He played for the Sunkist Orange Bottlers and Sta. Lucia Realtors, he is a member of SLR’s first ever championship in the 2001 Governor’s Cup vs. the San Miguel Beermen, 4-2. He was technically on the bench then. He later eventually retired and joined the DLSU coaching staff in 2002 wherein former SLR assistant Franz Pumaren was the head coach until becoming Franz’s chief assistant in 2005, a poisition he holds up to this day.

Now Jack has proven that he could also do it in the reigns of coaching in college hoops, he may have a bright future as a coach in any schools, either MIT or DLSU. Good luck Jack! And thank you! So well…

Here’s Coach Jack’s Interview (from YouTube) after the game. Thanks to the InboundPASS, a college hoops source.

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    • August 30th, 2008

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    • August 30th, 2008

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    • pepman
    • August 30th, 2008

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    • rena121496
    • August 30th, 2008

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    • pepman
    • August 30th, 2008

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    • concerned person
    • August 30th, 2008

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    • rena121496
    • August 31st, 2008

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    • pepman
    • September 21st, 2008

    Additonal information:

    Jack Santiago was the drafted by 7up Bottlers in the Third round during the 1993 PBA draft. Instead of signing with them, he went to (a PBL team, di ko matandaan, post ko na lang bukas) before he went to Sunkist in 1996.

    Jack was a member of Mapua’s Back-to-back championships in 1990 and 1991 led by Ruben Dela Rosa and Coach Joel Banal.

    • pepman
    • September 23rd, 2008

    He played in the Burger City PBL team during the 1989 season.

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