Huskies men’s basketball move on to Sweet Sixteen

By Diego Linares & Gabrielle Osei   The No. ninth seeded men’s basketball team won its first ever playoff game over Mira Costa College, 76-62, last Friday advancing to the Sweet Sixteen, the Southern California Regional semifinals tonight. Advancing to the next round, the Huskies, 21-7 overall, will travel south to face SoCal’s No. 1 seed, Saddleback College tonight at 7 p.m. in Mission Viejo. The game was a defensive…

March 6, 2013
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Huskies takedown Los Angeles Harbor

By Will Hernandez The East Los Angeles College men’s basketball team capitalized on their home court advantage and defeated LA Harbor College Wednesday night 75-66, improving their overall record to 17-6. The Huskies have enjoyed playing at home, extending their home record to 7-0 with the victory. A big part in winning on home turf is a supportive crowd that’s vocal, and ELAC had just that. Entering the game ELAC was…

February 7, 2013
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Husky men’s basketball win two

  By Diego Linares East Los Angeles College Men’s Basketball team routed Rio Hondo College, 116-60, in their home season opener last Thursday then squeak by Moorpark College, 63-61, last Saturday. Key factors in the team win against Rio Hondo were well executed fast breaks, high energy throughout the game, constant crashing of the boards and consistent scoring off the bench. First-year ELAC Head Coach John Mosley preached defense and…

November 20, 2012
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East LA College men’s basketball begins Mosley era with a win

    By Tadzio Garcia The East Los Angeles men’s basketball team began the John Mosley era with a 85-60 win over Cuyamaca College last Friday, Nov. 9 in the opening round of the Clash at College of the Canyons. The celebration was short lived as the Huskies dropped a 69-60 decision to the host Canyons the next day. Mosley, new head coach of the team, returns to his alma…

November 11, 2012
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East Los Angeles Scoreboard, Week 11

    November 11, 2012 By Tadzio Garcia   Soccer teams end on high and low notes The women’s soccer team closed out the regular season 4-1-1, in their last six South Coast Conference games including a 4-1 shocker over then No. 6-ranked Mt. San Antonio College. As a result, they stand a good chance to advance to the playoffs. The Huskies are ranked No. 23 in the state but…

November 11, 2012
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