ELAC, Rio Hondo to meet in elimination game

By Carlos Alvarez   The East Los Angeles College baseball team ended the regular season with a sweep of Cerritos College and an eight game winning streak that propelled them into the playoffs. The Huskies advanced to the playoffs as the 17th seed and will play a single game elimination game tomorrow at No. 15th seed Rio Hondo College.”We have been playing all season on the road. Will be alright….

April 29, 2013

Huskies set foot on renovated baseball field

April 24, 2013

  By Carlos Alvarez   After 32 consecutive road games this season, the baseball team finally played at home on the newly renovated Husky Park, defeating Los Angeles Harbor College 6-4 last Saturday. Head Coach James Hines said,”The baseball field is not fully completed but is in good playing condition. The field is now labeled as significantly completed. We are glad to have a field to call home. “It’s hard…


Third loss for baseball ties ELAC, Pasadena for last in South Coast Conference

By Carlos Alvarez     East Los Angeles College baseball team began a three game series against Long Beach City College this past Tuesday with an 8-2 loss. The Huskies have dropped two games in a row after losing last Saturday, 5-3 against El Camino College Compton Center. ELAC 8-8 (1-3 in conference) is currently tied with Pasadena City College for last place in the South Coast Conference standings. The…

March 14, 2013

Pitching dominates ELAC softball

By Carlos Alvarez Due to strong pitching by Long Beach City College’s Candice Shadwell, East Los Angeles College suffered a 4-0 South Coast Conference loss this past Tuesday. Shadwell pitched a complete game shutout in front of a large crowd, mixing in her fastball and change-up pitches effectively. “I thought I did well. I was hitting my spots,” Shadwell said after the game. Starting for the Huskies was Evangelina Montes…

March 14, 2013

Baseball wins first conference game

By Carlos Alvarez East Los Angeles College starting pitcher Frankie Wright, 3-1 overall took the win after pitching eight dominant innings as the Huskies rallied to beat EL Camino College Compton Center, 7-2. ELAC lost the opener of the three game series, 4-0 last Tuesday. The series ends tomorrow on the Compton baseball field at noon. “We will approach Saturday’s game like any other game, but the third game is…

March 8, 2013

Huskies baseball brings winning streak to three

  By Carlos Alvarez   The East Los Angeles College baseball team continued their winning ways on the road last Thursday, beating LA Pierce College 15-8. Led by the Huskies sudden hitting attack, ELAC was able to overcome an early two-run deficit to win their third straight game. The Brahmas took advantage of some sloppy defense by the Huskies scoring two runs in the first inning off starting pitcher Elias…

March 6, 2013

Baseball woes continue in 6-3 loss

By Carlos Alvarez The Huskies wasted a strong start by sophomore Elias Novelo losing 6-3, to Santa Barbara City College. Novelo pitched six strong innings allowing one earned run off of six hits while pitching in and out of trouble. “Novelo threw well. He should have gotten the W (win),” Head Coach James Hines said. The offense once again was nonexistent as they managed a total of eight hits for…

February 24, 2013

Baseball game postponed due to rain

By Carlos Alvarez   Today’s East Los Angeles College baseball team’s road game against the College of the Canyons Cougars was postponed due to the heavy rain Friday afternoon. “It rained bad late yesterday, so we’ll play tomorrow. The field is not ready,” Head Coach James Hines said. The game was postponed for tomorrow, Sunday, Feb. 9, at noon at College of the Canyons. Starting for the Huskies will be…

February 9, 2013

Huskies baseball season open’s with loss

By Carlos Alvarez   In a rematch of last year’s Regional’s, the Huskies didn’t fare much better coming out on the losing side once again with a 3-2, season opening road loss to the Riverside City College Tigers Friday night. Sophomore pitcher Sergio Luna started for the Huskies who fought off some early control problems. Luna (0-1) took the loss while pitching 5 innings, allowing 3 runs on 2 hits…

February 2, 2013

East Los Angeles College baseball season preview

By Carlos Alvarez   As the new baseball season gets on its way a new group of players take the field for the Huskies. “We lost a lot of key players from last year. We have three players returning from last year,” Head Coach James Hines said. Those three players that hope to lead the Huskies this year are sophomore outfielders Kyle Peralta, Andrew Gutierrez, and sophomore catcher Armando Lomeli….

February 1, 2013