Carlos Loyzaga

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Plantilya:Infobox basketball biographySi Carlos "Caloy" Loyzaga y Matute (Agosto 29, 1930 – Enero 27, 2016) sarong dating Filipinong parakawat nin basketbol asin tagatukdo. Siya an pinakadominanteng parakawat nin basketbol sa Filipinas kan saiyang panahon asin pinagkokonsiderar bilang iyo an pinakadakulang pangaran sa kinaban nin basketbol sa Filipinas sa gabos na panahon. Si Loyzaga naging Olympian nin duwang beses (1952, 1956), bilang myembro kan Philippines men's national basketball team.

Kaamayan kan life asin edukasyon[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

Namundag si Loyzaga sa Manila, Filipinas kan Agosto 29, 1930 sa sarong Baskong pamiya. Siya an ikaapat na aki ni Joaquin Loyzaga Sr. asin Carmen Matute. Namundag siya kan panahon nin ikaduwang gyera mundyal kaiba an saiyan iba, tugang na babai asin duwang tugang na lalaki. Siya nag-adal sa Padre Burgos Elementary School sa Santa Mesa, Manila asinNational University para sa sekondarya sagkod 1948.

Karera sa basketbol[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

Nakanood si Loyzaga na magkawat nin basketbol sa saiyang lugar sa TERVALAC (Teresa Valenzuela Athletic Club) basketball courts sa Teresa Street, Santa Mesa, Manila. Sa parehong TERVALAC court man kun sain siya nadiskobre ni Gabby Fajardo, saro sa mga bantog na paratukdo kan panahon na idto. Nahiling ni Fajardo an promisa ki Loyzaga asin inalok na ensayo si Loyzaga para sa saiyang junior PRATRA (Philippine Relief and Trade Rehabilitation Administration) team. Kan 1949, si Loyzaga nagluwas sa high school tanganing magkawat para sa PRATRA, kun sain ginana kaini an MICAA junior crown kan taon na idto.[1]

Loyzaga started as player-coach for YCO during the early 1960s. After retiring as a player in 1964, he became the head coach of YCO and the Manila Bank Golden Bankers in the MICAA; and the UST men's basketball team in the UAAP. He coached the Philippine men's basketball team that won the 1967 ABC Championship (now known as the FIBA Asia Championship). In the Philippine Basketball Association, he coached U/Tex (1975-1976) and Tanduay (1977-1979).[2]

Personal na buhay[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

Si Loyzaga inagom si Vicky Cuerva kan 21 Mayo 1957; an saindang mga aki kabilang an mga parakawat nin basketbol man na si Chito asin Joey, Princess, asin mga aktres na si Bing asin Teresa.[3][4][5] Siya an lolohon kan aktor na si Diego Loyzaga.[6]

Si Loyzaga nagadan kan Enero 27, 2016 sa Cardinal Santos Medical Center sa San Juan, Metro Manila.[3] Siya nagsapo nin stroke sa Australya kan 2011 bago magpuli sa Filipinas kan 2013.[7][8][9]

Bilang pagtaong onra saiya, an San Beda College oppisyalmenteng pinagretiro an #14 jersey na ginamit ni Loyzaga sa pagbukas kan NCAA Season 92 basketball tournament kan June 25, 2016 sa Mall of Asia Arena.[10] Yaon tanganing madalan an siring na selebrasyon an mga myembro kan pamilyang Loyzaga.[11]

Mga honra[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

As player:

NCAA

  • 1951 NCAA Basketball Champions (San Beda College)
  • 1952 NCAA Basketball Champions (San Beda College)
  • 1955 NCAA Basketball Champions/Zamora Cup Retirement Red Lions San Beda College)

MICAA

Philippine men’s basketball team

As head coach:

Mga pagmidbid[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

  • Philippine National Basketball Hall of Fame (1999)[2]
  • Philippine Sportswriters Association Athletes of the 20th Century award (2000)
  • Philippine Olympic Committee Presidential Olympism Award (2016)[12]

Mga publikasyon[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

  • Bocobo, Christian and Celis, Beth, "Legends and Heroes of Philippine Basketball", (Philippines, 2004)
  • Dela Cruz, Juan, "Book of Pinoy Facts and Records", (National Bookstore, Mandaluyong City, Philippines, 2004)

Toltolan[liwaton | liwaton an gikanan]

  1. "Rene Saguisag on Caloy Loyzaga: 'The Big Difference' simply the best ever". Interaksyon. April 4, 2012. http://www.interaksyon.com/interaktv/rene-saguisag-on-caloy-loyzaga-the-big-difference-simply-the-best-ever. Retrieved on 2013-09-22. 
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  5. Cinco, Lito; Almendralejo, Albert; Loyzaga-Gibbs, Bing; Loyzaga, Chito (2013). The Big Difference. Philippines: San Beda College Alumni Association. pp. 115–128. ISBN 978-971-23-6444-0. 
  6. Serato, Arniel C. "Teresa Loyzaga on possible showbiz comeback","Pep.ph ", Manila, 4 September 2014. Retrieved 28 January 2016.
  7. Filipino hoops legend Caloy Loyzaga passes away, news.abs-cbn.com; 27 January 2016
  8. Philippine basketball legend Carlos 'Caloy' Loyzaga passes away, spin.ph; accessed 27 January 2016.
  9. Terrado, Reuben (13 April 2013). "'Big Difference' Loyzaga back in country for good, shows support for Red Lions". Sports Interactive Network Philippines. http://www.spin.ph/sports/basketball/where-r-they-now/caloy-loyzaga-feature-may-photo-si-jerome-v02. Retrieved on 27 January 2016. 
  10. "San Beda to retire #14 for basketball legend Caloy Loyzaga". ABS-CBN Sports. May 13, 2016. http://sports.abs-cbn.com/ncaa/news/2016/05/13/san-beda-retire-14-basketball-legend-caloy-loyzaga-11355. Retrieved on May 13, 2016. 
  11. "WATCH: San Beda retires Caloy Loyzaga's jersey". ABS-CBN News. June 25, 2016. http://news.abs-cbn.com/video/sports/06/25/16/watch-san-beda-retires-caloy-loyzagas-jersey. Retrieved on June 25, 2016. 
  12. "P.5M for Loyzaga family". The Philippine Star. February 17, 2016. http://www.philstar.com/sports/2016/02/17/1553857/p.5m-loyzaga-family. Retrieved on February 17, 2016. 

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