#14 / 6'5'' / F
SAN BEDA COLLEGE
|4||12.76||2.50 / 4.50||56%||1.50 / 2.50||60%||0.50 / 0.50||100%||1.50||0.00||0.00||0.25||0.75||0.00||7.00|
|4||51.03||10 / 18||56%||6 / 10||60%||2 / 2||100%||6||0||0||1||8||0||28|
College career The Semerad twins were first recruited by San Beda in 2009. In their first three years with the Red Lions, the brothers were part of a team that had a historical 18-0 season, and two back-to-back championships. In late 2011, they both left the team due to a falling out with the coaching staff, and opted to play for the Ateneo de Manila University Blue Eagles in the UAAP. Despite having to sit out two seasons before becoming eligible, the twins were actively practicing with the Blue Eagles, and participated in off-season tournaments such as the Father Martin's Summer Cup as part of Ateneo's Team B. After sitting out one season, they decided to go back to San Beda. With them back in the fold, they won back-to-back titles in NCAA Seasons 89 and 90. He ended his college career with a Finals MVP in his belt. Professional career Semerad was picked 7th overall by GlobalPort Batang Pier in the 2014 PBA draft. On October 26, 2014, days after winning the championship for San Beda, he played his first PBA game with a win against Barako Bull, finishing with 7 points and 6 rebounds.