EAC's Raymund Pascua and Jeric Diego, Perpetual Help's Niko Cabiltes suspended one game; NCAA investigating parking lot brawl
Jeric Diego of the Generals and Niko Cabiltes of the Altas collide. Jerome Ascano

RAYMUND Pascua and Jeric Diego of Emilio Aguinaldo College, and Niko Cabiltes of Perpetual Help have each been suspended one game, and could face more penalties for an off-court brawl after a fight-marred NCAA Season 91 match on Tuesday.

The NCAA on Wednesday confirmed the one-game ban that goes with being ejected.

The players clashed late in the fourth quarter of the Altas’ 89-59 win over the Generals at The Arena in San Juan.

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The NCAA is still investigating a post-game parking lot brawl at The Arena in San Juan that according to witnesses involved three players. 

Witnesses said Pascua and Fil-Nigerian Sidney Onwubere attacked Cabiltes at the parking area.

The incident came a year after EAC and Mapua were involved in a free-for-all that led to 17 players and three referees getting suspended.

[See Ejected players from Perpetual, EAC take fight outside, trade punches after game]

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