LIVE UPDATES - NCAA 95 Stepladder Semifinals: San Sebastian vs. Letran
ABS-CBN Sports on Nov 05, 2019 09:27 AM
The NCAA Season 95 Stepladder Semifinals begins with San Sebastian facing Letran (Photo: Josh Albelda / ABS-CBN Sports)
The action heats up in the semifinals of NCAA Season 95, as the stepladder semifinals kicks off with fourth-seeded San Sebastian College-Recoletos faces third-seeded Colegio de San Juan de Letran. Who advances to face defending champions San Beda University?
Follow along as we bring you LIVE UPDATES!
FINAL: LETRAN 85, SAN SEBASTIAN 80
Letran survives San Sebastian, 85 - 80, as the Knights advance to meet the Lyceum Pirates in the next phase of the NCAA Season 95 stepladder semifinals.
LETRAN HANGING ON FOR DEAR LIFE
After an RK Ilagan three-point shot cut the lead down to a single point, Letran scores on the other end for an 83-80 advantage with 58 seconds remaining.
STAGS MAKE IT JUST A TWO-POSSESSION GAME
Alvin Capobres scores four straight points to trim Letran's lead to just four points, 81-77, 1:43 left in the fourth period.
BATILLER HITS BACK-TO-BACK LONG BOMBS
Bon-Bon Batiller hits back-to-back triples to extend the lead to 14, 77 - 63, 6:58 left in the game.
END OF 3RD QUARTER: LETRAN 69, SAN SEBASTIAN 59
RK goes 2/3 from the line and says thank you to Bonbon for the foul! Letran still up, 69-59, after three, but Baste not done yet mos def! #NCAASeason95— Normie Riego (@riegogogo) November 5, 2019
HALFTIME: LETRAN 50, SAN SEBASTIAN 40
Letran takes a 10-point lead over San Sebastian, 50 - 40, at the halftime break.
LETRAN WITH ITS BIGGEST LEAD
The Letran Knights extend their lead to 12 points with less than two minutes left in the second quarter, 44 - 32.
END OF 1ST QUARTER: LETRAN 23, SAN SEBASTIAN 20
The Letran Knights survived Allyn Bulanadi's torrid shooting near the end of the first period with three-point advantage.
BULANADI LEADING THE STAGS' COMEBACK
LETRAN 10, SAN SEBASTIAN 3, 5:41 1ST QUARTER
Letran connects on its second three-point shot of the first quarter to extend lead to seven points.
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