Athletics

In line with the objective of MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology, the Office of Sports, Physical Fitness, and Recreation was created to provide its constituents a regular program that will develop their physical well-being, promote and preserve their vitality, strengthen character and discipline through physical activity.

The Office of Sports, Physical Fitness and Recreation is mandated by the MSU Board of Regents to perform the following functions:

  1. Recommend and implement approved programs and other projects for the development and promotion of sports, physical fitness and recreation;
  2. Recommend and implement income-generating projects related to sports, physical fitness and recreation;
  3. Implement and administer the sports scholarship program of the Institute, and
  4. Administer the use of sports, physical fitness and recreation facilities of the Institute including the multi-purpose gymnasium.

Specifically, the Office is tasked to perform the following:

  1. Provide physical fitness programs through weight training, body building, aerobics, slimnastics, karate and other forms of fitness;
  2. Select and train potential athletes from among the bonafide  students of the Institute;
  3. Promote active participation in competitive sports;
  4. Be responsible for the development and implementation of recreational programs for IIT constituents; and
  5. Perform other functions as may be directed by the Chancellor.

Fitness Program

Specifically, the Office is tasked to perform the following:

  • Weight Loss
  • Lower Blood Pressure
  • Lower Cholesterol
  • Reduce Risk of Heart Disease
  • Increase Muscle Tone
  • Increase Energy
  • Strengthen Bones
  • Reduce Stress
  • Muscle Development
  • A Better Feeling Overall

Registration: 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. (Monday – Friday)

Where to register: Office of Sports, Physical Fitness Recreation (Gymnasium)

Programs Offered:

  • Slimnastics / Aerobics
  • Taebo
  • Weight Training
  • Martial Arts
  • Ballroom Dancing
  • Ballet for Children

Fees:

Type of Participant Fee
Students Php400.00/head/semester
Faculty/Staff Php600.00/head/semester
IIT Executives Php1,000.00/head/semester
IBCI Executives Php1,800.00/head/semester
Government Officials Php1,500.00/head/semester
Alumni Php1,200.00/head/semester
Others Php1,500.00/head/semester

Number of Sessions: Thrice a Week

Sports Clubs and Associations

Clubs

  • MSU-IIT Volleyball Club
    Membership is open to all interested students who are officially enrolled with at least 12 academic units during the semester.

    Contact Information:
    Prof. Eugene Guadalupe
    Telephone: +63.63.221.4060

  • MSU-IIT Lawn Tennis Club
    Membership is open to students, faculty, and staff of the Institute, including non-MSU-IIT employees, who share and support its objectives.

    Contact Information:
    Prof. Cesar Miguel
    Telephone: +63.63.221.8755
    Mobile: +63.928.633.7456

  • IIT Mountaineers
    It is the resident mountaineering group of MSU-IIT composed of faculty and staff who shared the passion of climbing mountains.

    Contact Information:
    Prof. Ramon Ferraris
    Mobile: +63.910.561.6926
    Prof. Manuel C. Cabido
    Mobile: +63.917.301.1925
    Mr. Leo Espinosa
    Email: iitmountaineers@gmail.com

  • American Flag Football
    A newly introduced sport by the Fleming family.
  • Ultimate Fris Bee
  • IIT Aquatic Club

Associations

  • Iligan City Tertiary Schools Athletic Association (ICTSAA)
    Objectives
    • To facilitate harmonious relationship among member schools.
    • To promote amateur sports among students of member schools and to develop the ideals of sportsmanship and fair play.
    • To promote the spirit of brotherhood and camaraderie among athletes and officials through athletic competition.
    • To develop athletes of regional, national and international caliber in support of the Iligan City Sports Development Program.

    Member Schools

    • MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology
    • Iligan Capitol College
    • Iligan Medical Center College
    • St. Michael’s College
    • Lyceum of Iligan
    • St. Peter’s College
    • Mindanao Sanitarium and Hospital-College of Medical Arts Foundation, Inc.

Athletic Scholarship

Classification

  1. Full Grantee a student who will receive monthly stipend ( grants-in-aid), free  tuition fees, free laboratory fees and other fees except computer fee, student publication fee, student government fee and insurance fee.

    Who Are To Become Full Grantees?

    1. Members with GPA of 2.75 or better for a regular academic load, as prescribed in the curriculum, in the preceding semester will be considered as full grantee with a monthly stipend of PhP 400.00.

    2. Members with GPA of 2.75 or better for an academic load in the preceding semester less than the prescribed load in the curriculum, but not less than 12 units, will be considered as full grantee with a monthly stipend of PhP 300.00 only.

  2. Partial Grantee a student who will not receive monthly stipend but will enjoy free tuition fees, free laboratory fees and other fees except computer fee, student publication fee, student government fee and insurance fee.

    Who Are To Become Partial Grantees?

    1. Members with GPA less than 2.75 but with no failing grade for an academic load of at least 12 units in the preceding semester will be considered as Partial grantee.

Requirements (General)

  1. Must be a bonafide student of MSU-IIT carrying at least 12 academic units except for graduating student.
  2. With good personal character and conduct.
  3. Passed the required try-outs conducted by the coach.
  4. Regular attendance during training.
  5. Participated in a regional level of competition. In the absence of such participation, an athlete must have demonstrated an athletic ability comparable if not better than those who competed in the regional meet.
  6. Must be recommended by the coach.
  7. Must satisfy the conditions stipulated under BOR Res. No. 26, s. 1993.

Sports Facilities

Students, faculty members and staff of the Institute are free to avail of the sports facilities provided that a request is made prior to its use. For non-MSU-IIT users, a written request for at least one week before its use   is required including payment of fees.

Facilities

  1. Multi-Purpose Gymnasium
  2. Twin Basketball Court
  3. Twin Volleyball Court
  4. Twin Lawn Tennis Clay Court
  5. Fitness Room for aerobics, karate, weight training, ballroom dancing
  6. Dance Studio
  7. Sepak Takraw
  8. Table Tennis
  9. Open Space for Miscellaneous Activity

Sports Events

    1. Iligan City Tertiary Schools Athletic Association

      (ICTSAA)

      Schedule: January to March of every year

      Participating Schools:

      • MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology
      • Iligan Capitol College
      • Iligan Medical Center College
      • St. Michael’s College
      • Lyceum of Iligan
      • St. Peter’s College
      • Mindanao Sanitarium and Hospital-College of Medical Arts Foundation, Inc.

       

    2. Iligan City Invitational Games
      Schedule: September to December
    3. Iligan Bay Chamber of Industries (IBCIBadminton Tournament
      Schedule: April to May of every year
    4. Iligan Bay Chamber of Industries (IBCIBowling Tournament
      Schedule: August to October of every year
    5. Iligan Bay Chamber of Industries (IBCIBasketball Tournament
      Schedule: October to December of every year
    6. Iligan City Division Athletic Meet
      Schedule: February
    7. CHED Regional Athletic Mee
    8. CHED Palarong Pambansa
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Office of the Sports Development Officer

Personnel
Designation Name
Sports Development Officer Dr. Cesar T. Miguel
Recreation Welfare Service Officer
(Coach, Volleyball Women)
Ms. Alma A. Aborido
Recreation Welfare Service Officer
(Coach, Football and Softball)
Mr. Jean L. Achacoso
Recreation Welfare Service Officer
(Coach, Basketball Men & Women)
Mr. Davy Jone J. Deocampo
Recreation Welfare Service Assistant Ms. Gianina Bianca Banas
Faculty & Staff with Coaching Assignment
Assignment Name
Coach, Lawn Tennis Prof. Nicolas F. Aborido
Coach, Table Tennis Prof. Joselito Baldonado
Coach, Badminton Prof. Jonathan Bucad
Coach, Aquatics Dr. Cesar Miguel
Coach, Volleyball Men Prof. Eugene V. Guadalupe
Coach, Volleyball Women Ms. Alma A. Aborido
Coach, Sepak-takraw Prof. Ramon C. Ferraris
Coach, Softball Men & Women, Frisbee Mr. Jean L. Achacoso
Coach, Chess Men & Women Dr. Michael Art Napoles
Coach, Basketball Men Mr. Josue Tagalog
Coach, Basketball Women Mr. Davy Jone J. Deocampo

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