The College of Saint Benilde has been hailed the overall champions of the NCAA Season 96 speed kicking event.
CSB ruled two more divisions on the final day of the NCAA speed kicking tournament, allowing the school to capture the overall championship in both the men's and women's categories.
Arellano and San Beda won the overall silver and bronze, respectively, in the women's while bagging the overall silver and bronze in the men's division were also San Beda and Arellano.
In the juniors division, San Beda topped its foes for the overall title while Emilio Aguinaldo College and CSB wound up in second and third place, respectively.
CSB taekwondo jin Anne Christine Obenza registered 6.583 points to take home the gold medal in the women's middleweight division.
Her teammate, Ashley Judd Felipe, settled for silver medal after scoring 6.175 markers while Kezia Eustaquio of the Arellano University notched 6.142 to pluck the bronze medal.
It was also the CSB who dominated the women's heavyweight class after a 6.475 finish by the 22-year-old Lucille Cunanan.
Coming in at second place was Beverly Michelle Bandiola of the Arellano after chalking up 6.358 points followed by Roxanne Candatu of the San Beda University who drilled 6.083 markers.
On Tuesday, the NCAA will formally open the Season 96 chess competitions.
Watch the exciting games on ‘Rise Up Stronger: NCAA Season 96’ on GTV which airs every weekday (3:00 p.m.), Saturdays (4:30 p.m.), and Sundays (5:05 p.m.) on GTV.
—Bea Micaller/JMB, GMA News