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Enriquez elected as new LACUAA president

The Laguna Colleges Universities Athletic Assocition recently elected Ms. Naomi Enriquez of University of the Philippines-Los Banos as the new president of the Laguna Colleges and Universities Athletic Association in the election held at Max’s Restaurant in Balibago, Sta. Rosa, Laguna. 

Enriquez

The election was presided by LACUAA founding chairman Leonardo “Ding” Andres and treasurer Atty. Joanna Marie Fabella and attended by the representatives of the participating teams in the 3rd LACUAA season, which will kick off on Nov. 14 at the University of Perpetual Help System Dalta-Calamba.

Enriquez is the head of UPLB’s Department of Human Kinetics and also heads the school’s dancesports event. 

Newly-elected LACUAA president Naomi Enriquez (2nd from left, seated) and founding chairman Leonardo Andes (3rd from left) pose with the other officers and representatives of participating schools.  Also in photo are (seated) Yourke Tamayo (left, seated) deputry sec-gen) Ms. Meyenberg Austria (VP) (2nd from right) and Atty. Joanna Marie Fabella (treasurer and legal counsel, right, seated). 

Also elected were May Austria of host Perpetual as Executive Vice President, Sherwin Robles of UPLB as Secretary General, Mar Angelo Tagap of Don Bosco as Auditor and Winston Sergio as PRO.

In her speech, Enriquez appealed to her co-officials to work together and open the lines of communications for the success of the LACUAA.

Topics: LACUAA
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