THE Far Eastern University seniors and juniors team gots a dose of inspiration from one of the school's well-known alumni.
Tweets posted by FEU Athletics showed Santos, who currently plays for San Miguel in the PBA, dropping by the Tamaraws' practice and later sitting down to give the Baby Tamaraws a pep talk.
FEU athletic director Mark Molina said Santos also spoke to the seniors team, who is preparing for its UAAP Final Four game against top seed Ateneo on Sunday.
The former PBA MVP also spoke for about an hour with the Baby Tamaraws, who just recently started their bid for a second straight UAAP juniors championship.
Molina said Santos wanted to inspire the FEU players through his own experiences.
"He talked for about one hour each first with the seniors and then the juniors teams," said Molina. "Mga kuwento ng buhay niya."
Santos, 36, led the Tamaraws to three UAAP crowns from 2004 to 2006, and captured the MVP award twice.He is now a six-time PBA champion with San Miguel in the PBA and won the MVP award in 2015.