Women’s soccer routed in conference game

October 11, 2017

By Stephanie Guevara A lack of offensive presence and a defensive lapse caused Women’s soccer to lose, 7-0, to Chaffey College on Friday at Weingart Stadium. “Chaffey freshman forward Nicole Downing opens the score after an encounter with ELAC freshman goalkeeper Adriana Huerta, where Huerta was unable to stop the ball from going inside. “We struggled in knowing when they were going to make through balls. “We were beat on…

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Passion for dance takes student to new heights

November 23, 2016

By Collin Ho Kumamoto Calvin Dang serves as a prime example of someone who successfully balanced his school life at ELAC with his passion for dancing.  Dang’s interest for dance began when he was in the eighth grade when he began breakdancing with his friends.  At the time, it was common for a lot of children to be into street styles such as popping, locking, and break dancing. Dang enjoyed…

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Football season wrap up

November 22, 2016

by Israel Moreno The football team had a very successful season this year with a 9­2 record and won the American Metro Conference champion title and won the Patriotic bowl. Coach Andrew Tree said winning the conference championship was the biggest accomplishment they reached this season. Recruiting and training really hard are some of the ways they will be preparing for next season. “I think it’s been great we went…

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Women’s basketball seeded No. 6

By Dan Gudino The California Community College Athletic Association placed East Los Angeles women’s basketball at No. 6 for the 2016 Southern California Regional Playoff. The Huskies with a 20-9 record, will face off at home against No. 11 Santa Ana College (17-11) on Friday at 5 p.m. ELAC and the top 13 teams start play in the second round, first round teams No. 14-19 will play Friday. The Huskies have…

February 25, 2016
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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 Valdez said. For sophomore pitcher Gabriel Ramos, this game was his last home game for…

April 24, 2015
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New football head coach eyes program improvement

February 25, 2015

By Liliana Marquez After two seasons of poor results, the football team’s new Head Coach Eric Marty seeks to create an elite program and a winning team for the Huskies. Marty, a native of Seattle, Washington, assumed his post as the new football head coach at the beginning of the year. This is the first time that the 29-year-old is appointed head coach, even though he has plenty of coaching…

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Women’s basketball lacks execution against Mt. SAC

By Carlos Alvarez In a matchup of two of the state’s top women’s basketball teams this season, No. 3-ranked East Los Angeles College was defeated by No. 1-ranked Mt. San Antonio College 83-72 on Feb. 6 at ELAC’s men’s gym. With the loss ELAC’s overall record moves to 23-3, 3-2 in the South Coast Conference South division, Mt. SAC remains undefeated at 27-0, 5-0 in SCC South division. “We knew…

February 7, 2015
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Softball opens with 13-10 loss

February 6, 2015

By Tadzio Garcia The defending South Coast Conference champion East Lost Angeles College softball team kicked off the 2015 season with a 13-10 loss against Riverside City College Friday, Jan. 30. Gone for the Huskies is the 2014 California Community Colleges Athletic Association Pitcher of the Year, Alashanee Medina, and catcher, Valerie Aguilar, who was named to the 2014 Southern California First Team. Riverside returned center fielder Michelle Paul who…

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Huskies win at the line

By Andrew Ruiz Prior to Jan. 30’s South Coast Conference divisional crossover game between East Los Angeles and El Camino College, Huskies freshmen Richard Bivens and Miles Ford joked about possibly making game-winning free throws this season. But what originally started as humor between the two, quickly turned into reality for Bivens, a forward from Ridgeview HS in Bakersfield, California, as he split a pair of free throws to give…

February 5, 2015
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Women’s basketball win streak reaches seven

February 1, 2015

By Tadzio Garcia Twelve Huskies scored as the state’s No. 4-ranked East Los Angeles College defeated Los Angeles Harbor College, 86-68, in a divisional crossover game yesterday to win its seventh consecutive game. ELAC and Harbor had nine games this season of common opponents with the Huskies getting nine wins and Harbor winning just two. “We played the entire team for a more competitive game for all players on the…

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