HANS Sy is definitely rewarding the National University Bulldogs with a well-deserved bonus for winning the UAAP men’s basketball crown and ending the school’s 60-year title drought.
The NU chairman made it clear, though, the bonus won't exactly be monetary in nature.
Sy admitted he’s now in the process of arranging the incentives to be given to the Bulldogs after they beat the Far Eastern University Tamaraws to crown themselves cage champions in Season 77 of the college league.
“We will think about it. I really don’t like to give them money. We will think of something that is more substantial that they will appreciate,” said Sy.
The school official has been credited for the rise of NU in the UAAP through his active recruitment program that began the moment the family acquired a controlling stake in the institution from the the Jhocson-Paguia family in 2008.
Sy said he already has an incentive in mind that will not only be good to the players themselves.
“I have thought of something that would take care of their families,” Sy stressed while declining to give a hint.