UAAP Season 62 is the 1999–2000 athletic year of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines which was hosted by the University of the Philippines. The season opened on July 10, 1999, at the PhilSports Arena.
|UAAP Season 62|
|Host school||University of the Philippines|
|Tagline||Bigyang Katuparan, 'Sang Kalikasan|
|Seniors||University of Santo Tomas|
|Juniors||University of Santo Tomas|
|(NT) = No tournament; (DS) = Demonstration Sport;|
(Ex) = Exhibition;
It was the last broadcast by Silverstar Sports aired on PTV. Jimmy Javier, Joaqui Trillo and Jude Turcuato were on hand for the last broadcast of the UAAP games.
|1||De La Salle Green Archers||11||3||.786[a]||—||Twice-to-beat in the semifinals|
|2||UST Growling Tigers||11||3||.786[a]||—|
|3||Ateneo Blue Eagles||10||4||.714||1||Twice-to-win in the semifinals|
|5||UE Red Warriors||6||8||.429||5|
|6||UP Fighting Maroons (H)||5||9||.357||6|
|8||Adamson Soaring Falcons||1||13||.071||10|
- First-seed playoff: La Salle 84–79 UST
Nos. 1 & 2 have twice-to-beat advantage
|La Salle||84||1||La Salle||91|
|2||UST||75||Number of asterisks (*) denotes the number of Overtimes.|
Overall championship raceEdit
 On July 10, 1991, the UAAP launched its season with live television coverage on Channel 9 by Kierulf's Silverstar Communications.The Silverstar coverage became the launch pad for the careers of the likes of Sev Sarmenta, Jude Turcuato, Anthony Suntay, Luigi Trillo, Ria Tanjuatco, Ella Aldeguer, former Ateneo star Danny Francisco, and the late Danny Romero who joined Joaqui Trillo and Javier in the broadcast team.
The UAAP games were 10th and final broadcast by Silverstar Sports including Jimmy Javier, Joaqui Trillo, Jude Turcuato, Ella Aldeguer (sister of Dino, who played for De La Salle Green Archers) and others were covered. After broadcast on PTV, to contract signing the new league coverage on Studio 23 has been produced by ABS-CBN Sports.