RINNA BABANTO encouraged De La Salle to her second title in three years on Tuesday evening at the University's athletic association in the Philippine season 81 at the Blue Eagle Gym tournament.
Babanto set a spectacular way on a collective career, winning gold in individual women's and mixed events that helped Green Jins bring their crown back to the Aften Taft.
Former World Champion, Babanto reached 8,180 top basketball players Nikki Oliva (8,100) at the University of the Philippines and Juvenile Faye Crisostomo (7,900) at Far Eastern University.
Babanto then teamed up with Patrick Perez to anchor a pair of gold with 8,235, top of Jerel Dalide and Cyrin Abenir (8,200) at the University of Santo Tomas, and Jayboy Buenavista and Pat Jubelag (8,015).
De La Salle completed the gold medal of individual events thanks to Perez, who won the men's 8,305 victory. Adrian Ang from the UST put silver at 8.150, while Kier Macalino at the National University took the bronze with 8,035.
Babanto got the sweet exit he deserved to become the first MVP poet in the league, while Perez took the Rookie of the Year award.
"Oh my God, Hindi-expect. Sobra, "Babanto said, Cebuana, who is currently poomsae.
The Green Jins program boiled in good hands as Babanto passed the torch to Peres.
"He is a very passionate and valuable person I know. Sobrang gustung-gusto niya na magkapag-contribute with team. I believe in him 100 percent in the next competition. I expect more medals, "said Babanto from Peres.
Growling Tigers, the last year's champion at the top of the men's competition, finished second with a 1-3-0 medal, while the Fight Maroons, who dominated the team's women's category, won third place (1-1-2).
In junior taekwondo, the UST won the University of the East and the National University to stay on the throne.