University of Mindanao

2022 University of Mindanao Intramural Sports Meet

Last Updated on October 29, 2022 by Andrew Pirie

2022 University of Mindanao Intramural Sports Meet

23.10.22

Very good to see Davao City now back in action. Please note all the times below are hand times so have been rounded up from original times quotes.

100M

College of Criminal Justice Education (CCJE) attained another victory after Dharlie Joey Baguisan finished first in the Finals round of the 100m dash, men’s category, clocking 10.9s. With only less than a second gap, EJ Sanchez (11.1s) from the College of Computing Education (CCE) came in second, followed by Arfe Palma (11.6s) from the College of Business Administration Education (CBAE), Jayce John Paulo (11.6s) from the College of Engineering Education (CEE), Friann Aballe (12.3s) from the College of Architecture and Fine Arts Education (CAFAE), and Gernie Langotan (12.6s) from the College of Teaching Education (CTE), respectively.

The women’s category, meanwhile, was triumphed by Keith Andrea Pader, from the College of Architecture and Fine Arts Education (CAFAE), with a finishing time of 13.9s. Angelie Hifume from the College of Criminal Justice Education (CCJE) finished second in 14.7s, succeeded by Devi Cris Garcia from the College of Business Administration Education (CBAE) in 14.7s. The consecutive spots were landed by Ashley Adim (15.0s) who also represented CAFAE, Danna Ocular, also from CCJE, Lian Seniriches (15.7s) from the College of Accounting Education (CAE), and Michelle Bacala (15.9s) from the College of Teaching Education (CTE), respectively. | via Jasmin Ja-alain.

University of Mindanao Relays

College of Criminal Justice Education (CCJE) yet again dominated the Finals round of the 4x100m relay after being declared champions for both men’s and women’s categories in 45.4s and 1:00.50s, respectively. The second place for women was secured by the College of Architecture and Fine Arts Education (CAFAE) in 1:04.3s, followed by the College of Teaching Education (CTE) which landed third in 1:07.2s. Consequently, the College of Engineering Education (CEE) landed with a finishing time of 1:08.4s, followed by the College of Business Administration Education (CBAE) in 1:08.9s, the College of Arts and Sciences Education (CASE) in 1:11.7s, the College of Accounting Education (CAE) in 1:12.4s, and Senior High School (SHS) in 1:13.4s.
In 48.5s, CEE came in second in the men’s category. CEE landed next and earned third place in 48.6s. Clocking 49.8s, CTE concluded the race next followed by the SHS in 50.3s, CAFAE in 56.3s, and CHE in 58.2s, respectively. | via Jasmin Ja-alain
In a blazing 21:30.42s, Joel Jatico, from the College of Arts and Sciences Education (CASE), won the 5000m run at the Oval Track & Field. Jatico outran Keay Jhay Jhon Sismar, from the College of Criminal Justice Education (CCJE), who came in second with a finishing time of 21:32.14s and Mark Angel Gabriel from the College of Teaching Education (CTE) who arrived third in 21:33.30s

 

Keay Jhay Jhon Sismar from the College of Criminal Justice Education (CCJE) hastened a blistering 9:13.52s to win the men’s 1500m Walkathon at the Oval Track & Field. Juhaimen Sumala, from the College of Engineering Education (CEE), arrived second in 9:53.73, and in 9:56.52s, CCJE’s Toyongan landed third.
Meanwhile, Thesil Legaspina, from the College of Arts and Sciences Education (CASE), finished fastest in the women’s category in a burning 10:57.78s. Legaspina bested Joan Conde from CCJE who came in second in 11:42.99s, and Missy Cadiente from CTE who concluded in 11:58.47 and placed third. | via Jasmin Ja-alain
Keith Andrea Pader, from the College of Architecture and Fine Arts Education (CAFAE), soared to the top once again as she won the women’s 400m dash at the Oval Track & Field leading the sprint from start to finish in 1:15.57s. Coming in second was Mary Ann Tumale, from the College of Criminal Justice Education (CCJE), who arrived in 1:17.32s, edging out Deve Cris Garcia, from the College of Business Administration Education (CBAE), who landed in 1:21.42s settling for a third place finish.
The men’s category, meanwhile, was triumphed by CCJE’s Kenneth Alipan as he led the sprint and wrapped it up in 54.32s. CCJE also placed second as Andrean Cabacang arrived next in 54.78s, followed by Raul Payon, from the College of Computing Education (CCE), who clocked 54.96s clinching for third place. | via Jasmin Ja-alain
The 4x400m relay for both men and women’s category was yet again dominated by the College of Criminal Justice Education (CCJE) as they were declared champion for both men and women’s category. The men aced the race in 3:56.34s surpassing the College of Engineering Education (CEE) who clocked 4:22.68s and earned the second place, and the College of Architecture and Fine Arts Education (CAFAE) who secured the third spot with a finishing time of 4:35.32s.
The women’s, meanwhile, was wrapped up by CCJE in 5:20.64s. In a substantial difference of seconds, the College of Teaching Education (CTE) arrived second clocking 5:44.40s, followed by CAFAE who also clinched the third place by finishing in 5:48.56s. | via Jasmin Ja-alain
College of Engineering Education (CEE) came out strong in the men’s Classical Relay as they finished fastest in a blazing 2:18.59s. They vanquished the College of Computing Education (CCE) who clocked 2:20.04s winning the second place, and College of Criminal Justice Education (CCJE) who came in third in 2:25.25s.
The women’s category, meanwhile, was championed by the College of Architecture and Fine Arts Education (CAFAE) with a finishing time of 3:07.05s. This put behind College of Teaching Education (CTE) who arrived in 3:15.12s settling for second place, and CCJE who finished with 3:16.55s securing the third place. | via Jasmin Ja-alain

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