AFTER GIVING UP the championship last year, Silliman University Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers (SU-PICE) stole the championship from archrival Negros Oriental State University (NORSU) chapter in this year’s PICESiklaban last Jan. 27-28.
“PICESiklaban” is the annual meeting between SU and NORSU Civil engineering students where they compete in sports and pageantry contests.
PICE-SU garnered 563 points, winning against PICE-NORSU with 451 points.
SU dominated men’s football, women’s basketball, table tennis, badminton and chess competitions; and also in both the men and women’s volleyball and softball competitions.
They also won in the Frisbee competition, eGames such as CS GO and DOTA 2 and in large barge making and egg-drop contests.
They also bagged the top price for PICE Got Talent, while fifth year SU students Pj Credo and Livra Maine Banquerigo were hailed Mr. & Ms. PICESiklaban 2018.
“Silliman University won because all of us, worked together and prepared for the best, we [got] the best of the best players, participants, and contestants. Basically, teamwork is the strength,” said Jethro Lemosnero, PICE-SU president.