BRITT Reroma is back in San Beda.
Sources closely monitoring the situation bared that the three-time NCAA juniors champion coach returns to his alma mater, replacing JB Sison at the helm for the Red Cubs.
Reroma won three titles in four years in the juniors division, but left Mendiola in 2013 owing to "personal reasons."
His last triumph came in 2012 where the Red Cubs, then bannered by Arvin Tolentino, Javee Mocon, and Andrei Caracut claimed the NCAA Season 88 juniors championship.
Reroma has since taken his act to the ASEAN Basketball League (ABL) with Laskar Dreya South Sumatra in Indonesia in 2014, before winning the CESAFI title in 2015 with the University of San Carlos Warriors.
He currently is the head coach for the Bulacan Kuyas in the 2018 Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL) Anta Datu Cup.
Reroma will inherit a young but promising core of the Red Cubs, with Rhayyan Amsali set to join the team together with big men Josh Lazaro and Yukien Andrada and guards Penny Estacio, Kai Oliva, and Kent Pelipel.
Sison won three titles in his six years in San Beda, including a three-peat from 2013 to 2015.
The Red Cubs finished at third place this past NCAA Season 94, bowing out to eventual champions Mapua Red Robins.