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    Jeff Napa parts ways with Letran Knights at end of three-year contract

    Jan 11, 2019
    PHOTO: marlo cueto

    JEFF Napa won't be with Letran when it begins it preparations for the NCAA Season 95.

    The former National University Bullpups coach is parting ways with the Knights at the end of his three-year contract with the school.

    Letran Under-17 coach RJ Guevarra will be the interim coach for the team when it joins the 2019 PBA D-League season.

    Napa's contract ended following a Season 94 campaign that saw the Knights reach the Final Four behind Bong Quinto and JP Calvo. They eventually finished third.

    Napa, who was recently hired as an assistant coach of NorthPort in the PBA. amassed a 32-25 record in his three years with Letran, reaching the playoffs only once.

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      Team manager Waiyip Chong, however, insisted Napa is still in the mix when a decision is made by Letran rector Fr. Clarence V. Marquez, OP and Special Assistant for Sports Alfrancis Chua of San Miguel.

      "They will have a final say on that," he told SPIN.ph.

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      Despite the Chong assurance, sources bared that a search committee headed by Fr. Stephen Besa, OP has already been formed to plot the direction of the Knights moving forward.

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