Various Holy Angel University (HAU) Varsity Teams brought honor to the university as they brought home a total of 34 trophies and medals during the recently concluded National Athletics Association of Schools, Colleges, and Universities (NAASCU).

This year’s NAASCU was participated by at least 10 universities and colleges all over the country, which was held last March 22-24, 2024, at West Rembo in Makati City.

The following are the recognitions HAU has received: 

Men’s Volleyball – Bronze

Men’s Team – Silver

Women’s Team – Silver

Table Tennis

Men’s Team – Gold

Women’s Team – Silver

Athletics Team – 4 Gold and 3 Silver 

Chess Team

Individual Medals – 3 Gold, 2 Silver, and 2 Bronze

Men’s Team – Bronze 

Women’s Team – Silver

Taekwondo (Men and Women)

Kyurogi (Sparring) – 5 Gold, 5 Silver, and 1 Bronze

Poomsae (Forms) – 1 Gold and 1 Silver

In an interview with The Angelite, University Sports Coordinator Ryan Sabinian stated that HAU has won more medals in the recent NAASCU compared to the last season.

“Ang mga varsity natin, 100% ginagawa nila lagi para sa university natin,” said Sabinian. “Basta naglalaro sila always para sa university, hindi lang para sa kanila.”

HAU and Angelites support to varsity teams

When asked about the assistance of HAU to its sports division, Sabinian stated that the university is in “full support” of its varsity teams.

“Kapag nagrerequest kami ng venue tuwing holiday, pinagbibigyan naman kami,” he stated. 

“In case of allowance at equipment, kumpleto naman sila, at binibigyan naman sila ng extra for mineral water and gatorade,” he added.

The sports coordinator further called out to the Angelite community continuing supporting the varsity teams and the whole sports program of the HAU.

“Always support, at huwag magsasawang suportahan ‘yung mga varsity,” he stated.

Sabinian further disclosed the upcoming activities of HAU’s sports program, which includes open tryouts in June and July and immediately followed by tune ups, invitational, and exhibition games on different sports.


via Sophia Suarez

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