De Larrazabal, Alberto P.
GS 1934, HS 1938
DLSAA Sports Hall of Fame Awardee
Born in Manila on July 17, 1920, Albert was enrolled at De La Salle College in kindergarten at the age of 4 and graduated from high school in 1938 at the age of 18. He was a member of the De La Salle teams from 1936-1940. Selected to play for De La Salle Football Team MFL Champions 1937-38, the National Team to Siam 1936, Japan Memorial Games 1940, and the Interport Series Hong Kong 1939. He was called "cash register" in one of the newspaper articles because he was always one of the highest scorers. He was also famous for his "hat trick". In the championship against YCO, the team had to win the game in order to retain the championship because in their previous game with Letran, both teams ended up with a tie. Albert scored the second goal about three minutes before the end of the game and scored the third goal thirty seconds before the final whistle, giving La Salle the championship.