Men’s basketball record win streak ends

  By Dan Gudino Published: Sunday, Feb. 14, 2016 at 10:24 p.m. Last Modified: Thursday, Feb, 17, 2016 at 5:00 p.m.  In a South Coast Conference matchup at Mount San Antonio College, the East Los Angeles College Men’s basketball team snapped its 12-game win streak Feb. 10, 77-73. The last time the Huskies lost was Dec. 19 at Chaffey College, a 84-80 overtime loss. Huskies Assistant Coach Kenneth Hunter said…

February 14, 2016

Men’s basketball place third in tournament

By Dan Gudino The men’s basketball team placed third at the Gregg Anderson Memorial Classic at Antelope Valley College on Sunday when it beat Los Angeles Harbor College 77-64. The tournament started with a win over Ventura College 89-84 in the opening round on Friday. On Saturday in round two, the Huskies received its first loss of the season after losing in overtime 89-82  against No. 4 state-ranked San Bernardino Valley…

December 10, 2015

Frustrating football woes continue on the road

By Dan Gudino A possible snap of a four-game losing streak for the football team, turned into another heartbreak loss on Saturday at San Diego Mesa College, 26-25. The heartache of last week (vs. Desert 21-20) seeped into a fifth-straight loss where turnovers, two blocked punts, and a safety were all in favor for the Huskies, yet not enough to close out. ELAC was up 25-20, with 4 minutes left…

November 23, 2015

Football finishes promising season tied for last place

by Dan Gudino   The 2015 season for the football team ended on a seven-game losing streak and with a 2-8 record. Before the season ELAC brought in first year Head Coach Eric Marty to change a struggling program to replace ex-head coach Steven Mojarro, who went 11-19 in three seasons. Marty and the Huskies in 2015 had a down year, not being able to match the three-win season of…

November 18, 2015

Football team bobbles season finale

By Dan Gudino  The season finale game was lost by the football team at home to the No. 2 team out of the American Mountain Conference, San Bernardino Valley College, 36-27. East Los Angeles College finished the season on a seven-game losing streak with a disappointing 2-8 record in 2015. Into the fourth quarter ELAC was down 29-13, when a sign of hope was seen from freshman running back Josh…

November 14, 2015

Football team breaks down for sixth straight loss

By Dan Gudino Another hard-battled game ended in the sixth straight loss for the football team on the road against Mount San Jacinto College on Saturday, 21-12. What could of been a 7-2 season, has turned for the worse, ELAC has lost by an average margin of seven points, not including the Victor Valley College loss 58-21. ELAC, now 2-7 in the season and 1-5 in the American Mountain Conference,…

November 7, 2015

Football loses fifth consecutive game

By Dan Gudino A four-game losing streak for the football team, turned into a five-game losing streak on Saturday at San Diego Mesa College after a 26-25 loss. Turnovers, two blocked punts, and a safety were all in favor for the Huskies, but were not enough to close out the game. ELAC, for the second straight week lost by a point, and for the second straight week missed an extra…

November 4, 2015

Football upset by Pasadena City College

By Dan Gudino Last week’s bad momentum carried into Robinson Stadium, where the football team was upset by winless Pasadena City College, on Saturday 27-16. ELAC now on a two-game losing streak, came into the game with an 11-game winning streak on PCC. The streak snapped by turnovers, a non-existent run game, and injuries to key Husky players, gave PCC its first victory of the season. “This will test us….

October 14, 2015

ELAC football falls to VVC 16th straight win

By Dan Gudino The upset victory the football searched for on the road against Victor Valley College (5-0), Oct. 3, was stopped with a 58-21 loss, as No. 16 VVC continues on a 16-game win streak. From the start the Huskies never got in rhythm. With seven turnovers, three converted third downs out of 11 tries, 163 penalty yards and only 58 rushing yards, ELAC lost with its mistakes. The…

October 3, 2015

Football coach prepares for next season

By Dan 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 Schools, which have brought in an excess of 25,000 to its 20,355 permanent bench seats,…

May 26, 2015