Philippine College of Criminology brought down AMA Computer University, 85-74, to keep its perfect record even as Diliman Computer Technology Institute upset Colegio de San Lorenzo, 64-58, in the sixth Universities and Colleges of Luzon Athletic Association (UCLAA) basketball tournament at the San Andres gym in Malate, Manila.
Mendano routed all guards thrown against him to score a game-high 30 points and power the Panthers to a league-best record of seven wins in as many matches.
Alano added 20 points and Alvarado contributed 10 points for the Panthers, who need only four wins to complete a sweep of the elimination round.
Discipulo and Macaranas combined for 35 points for the Mark Hererra-mentored Titans, who dropped to 5-2 overall.
DCTI drew balanced firepower to surprise San Lorenzo in a closely-fought match and improve to 3-1.
Defending champion St. Francis College outclassed PNTC Colleges, 104-79, to bounce back into contention with its fourth win in six matches.