Softball field closed for renovations

By Jade Inglada The softball field will remain closed from April 30 until June 30 while going through some repairs. It’s costing about $29,000 to upgrade the field. The last time it received an upgrade was around 2010. Director of Facilities Abel Rodriguez said the field is being restored and getting new turf installed. He [...]


Sisters help lead women’s basketball team in solid season

By Cortez Cruz Serrato In their first season playing together, sisters Guadalupe and Kimberly Perez helped lead the East Los Angeles College women’s basketball team to an unprecedented season. The Perez sisters played a pivotal role in helping ELAC make the California Community College women’s basketball state championships final four, the first in school history. [...]

Football coach prepares for next season

Football coach prepares for next season

By Daniel Gudino Football at East Los Angeles College has been passed up on, but with Coach Eric Marty in place the Huskies want to win and change his season. However, the stadium has stayed fairly empty through the years. Best known for hosting the East Los Angeles Classic football matchup between Garfield and Roosevelt High [...]


New coach, new team brings new perspective to East Los Angeles College football

By Marcus Camacho After a series of off-season moves, the East Los Angeles College football team looks to bounce back and have a successful fall season. ELAC’s off-season began with the firing of head coach Steven Mojarro. Mojarro had a record of 11-19 in his three seasons as head coach and went 3-7 to finish [...]

Basketball player to transfer to division-1 university

Basketball player to transfer to division-1 university

By George Maldonado East Los Angeles College sophomore guard Marcus Romain signed his letter of intent to continue his collegiate basketball career at Mississippi Valley State University. “I think it’s prestigious to go to an Historical Black University,” ELAC Head Coach John Mosley said. Romain said  a balance of recruiters watched his game tape and [...]


Badminton’s conference woes continue

By Joshua Inglada  The Husky badminton team recorded its second South Coast Conference loss to Pasadena City College in the on  Friday (21-0). PCC badminton showed no signs of weakness and kept up its mounting offense to the Huskies’ shaky defense. They smashed several shots while the Huskies fumbled occasionally. Not a single match point [...]


Baseball eliminated from playoff contention

By Carlos Alvarez  With this loss, 4-1 against Los Angeles Harbor College on April 18, Huskies are eliminated from playoff contention. “We have been consistently bad all season long. This loss was no different,” ELAC Head Coach James Hines said. With the loss, the Huskies overall record falls to 12-21, 6-12 in the South Coast [...]


Swimmers make state

By Darlene Galvan and Bryce Ronquillo Husky sophmores Wenning Shen and Yingfei Zhang as well as the relay team qualified for the 2015 CCCAA Swim & Dive State Championships on April 30-May 2. Shen will swim in the 100 and 200-Yard backstroke and Zhang will compete in the 100 and 200-Yard breaststroke. The freestyle relay [...]


Baseball team fall short against El Camino

By Julianne Obregon The East Los Angeles College baseball team suffered a 10-4 loss in its last home game against El Camino College April 23 in a South Coast Conference game. The Huskies did not generate runs with runners in a scoring position. “We didn’t take advantage of our scoring opportunities,” ELAC assistant coach Phillip [...]


Softball ends losing streak

By Marcus Camacho  East Los Angeles College’s softball team snaps its seven-game losing streak with a 3-2 win against Long Beach City College on March 26. The win marks the fifth conference win for the Huskies this season. “First of all, here at East LA softball we don’t quit so that was our mindset. We [...]