ST. Benilde's woes continues as Jimboy Pasturan has been ruled out for the season due to a dislocated left shoulder.
Blazers coach TY Tang confirmed the news on Monday.
Pasturan hurt his shoulder on a collision against San Beda's Damie Cuntapay in the fourth quarter last Friday.
St. Benilde went on to lose that game, 88-57, as it suffered its second straight loss to fall to 5-2 in the standings.
The 5-foot-9 guard has been the team's best shooter with his 37-percent clip from threes as he averaged 12.0 points on a team-best , 3.2 rebounds, 1.8 assists through six games.
His absence will leave much of the playmaking role on the hands of Unique Naboa, Robi Nayve, Prince Carlos, and Carlo Young.
Tang, meanwhile, will also miss the Blazers game against the Letran Knights on Tuesday as he serves his one-game suspension.
The second-year mentor has been thrown out in the first half of the same game against the Red Lions after he was attested with two technical fouls, first for entering the court and the next, for unsportsmanlike behavior when he made an eyeglasses gesture with his hands.
Lead assistant Charles Tiu will call the shots for St. Benilde in the crucial tiff against Letran.