Jerry Pingoy called it a UAAP career. (File photo)
Jerie Pingoy's collegiate career is over.
Adamson University manager said he was ready to move from UAAP and start his "next trip" using Instagram after Wednesday afternoon.
Former back-to-back UAAP juniors The most valuable player, FEU-Diliman, who then moved to Ateneo's older people to move to Adamson for non-adherence to academic requirements, was not the smoothest career.
But his two-year-old with Soaring Falcons, Pingoy has shown that it is a once-touch-point protector and he plans to use it.
As one of his farewell reports, the point guard is still nothing but grateful for his former schools, his family, teammates, friends and fans when he moves to the next section of his career.