Letran officially handed hosting duties for NCAA Season 96
Norman Lee Benjamin Riego on May 13, 2020 07:51 PM
Colegio San Juan de Letran formally accepted hosting duties for NCAA Season 96 (photo courtesy of Arvin Lim)
The 95th Season of the NCAA is officially over as Arellano University has passed the hosting baton to Colegio de San Juan de Letran.
The Intramuros-based school formally accepted hosting duties for Season 96 on Wednesday following the Policy Board’s discussion and decision through Viber.
“Letran graciously accepts the hosting duties of Season 96,” it said in a statement.
The move was forwarded by previous host Arellano through Management Committee member Peter Cayco.
According to Cayco, the recommendation, at present, is for Season 96 to start in 2021.
Whenever the opening would be, the Season 96 host vows to go all-out - still with respect to the so-called “new normal,” of course. “Letran, celebrating her quadricentennial anniversaey this 2020, shall shepherd the NCAA to rise to the challenge of promoting youth empowerment and excellence through sports,” its statement read.
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